Softball

Softball titles are becoming commonplace in Central Oahu. Mililani won the OIA junior varsity crown in the winter with a group of those underclassmen moving up to help the varsity capture the OIA Red and Division I state championships in the spring. Several Trojans quickly reconvened for the summer season and helped the Mililani-based Guava Jam […]

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Perhaps the only surprise awaiting in the Division I state softball championship would be if the season’s fourth meeting between Campbell and Mililani isn’t decided in the late innings. There won’t be many secrets between the Sabers and Trojans when they meet in the final of the DataHouse/HHSAA State Softball Championship on Friday at Rainbow […]

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Before we move on to an OIA Red-tinted semifinal night of the Division I state softball tournament, a look back at the conclusion of a dramatic quarterfinal round.

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(Here’s the extended version of this morning’s game story on the OIA Red softball final between two outstanding teams: Mililani and Waianae.) Justine Fabella drove in three runs and Mililani ace Aubree Kim struck out 13 as Mililani hung on to edge Waianae 9-7 on Saturday night for the OIA Red Conference softball championship. It […]

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Some extras on this morning’s feature story about Maryknoll ace pitcher Shearyna Labasan.

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In case there’s any confusion, the OIA baseball game between Moanalua and Kailua is set for Saturday, 3 p.m., at Kailua’s field. There was some question about whether there would be testing earlier in the day (ACT) or not. According to Moanalua coach Scott Yamada, there is testing. Meanwhile, Moanalua’s field is in the midst […]

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Honor Roll 3/26

by Paul Honda on March 26, 2013

This is the extended list. It also includes two omissions that were missed for the print edition of Mar. 26. They are Punahou’s Jacie Young (softball) and ‘Iolani’s Spencer Oda (baseball). Athletes of the Week Girls Sanoe Nakoa, Baldwin softball: She fired a three-hitter and batted 3-for-4 against KS-Maui, then hurled a three-hit shutout against […]

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Here are some video photos from yesterday’s event at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki, hosted (as always) by Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance. (See the story in this morning’s Star-Advertiser.) VIDEO: All three parts are up. MORE

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Here are the recommendations from the athletic directors’ conference on Kauai. The conference began on Thursday, ended Saturday and resulted in the following approved proposals. The proposals went up for HHSAA executive board voting on Tuesday morning at the OIA office, located at Radford High School. HHSAA executive board vote on HIADA recommendations June 12, […]

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Hall of Honor

by Paul Honda on June 3, 2012

The class of 2012 was inducted into the HHSAA Hall of Honor tonight, hosted by the Hawaii High School Athletic Association. The banquet was at the Sheraton Waikiki, a full house with 12 magnificent student-athletes. More photos below. Some were video captures. Fun night for 12 outstanding individuals!

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It was a special time for a special class, which is why they made a morning of it at Kapolei. The Hurricanes gathered, 17 strong, for a ceremony to honor the college-bound student athletes. Among the 17, who were with family at the breakfast event in the school gym, was pitcher Trey Kamachi-Allen. The senior […]

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