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LATEST SOFTBALL POSTS:

It was a scary moment out at Sand Island. Mid-Pacific, the upstart team that went 0-12 in the ILH regular season and improbably advanced to the final of the ILH playoffs, had barely settled in against Maryknoll before things went awry in what would become a 10-2 loss. Owls sophomore pitcher Lea Hanawahine had allowed […]

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Misha Carreira made the most of her first and last opportunity to start an OIA championship game. The Mililani right-hander had backed up durable All-State pitcher Aubree Kim since her sophomore year, but stepped to the forefront with the Trojans pitching staff when Kim completed her high school career last spring. With Kim now pitching […]

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Saint Louis captured the ILH baseball tournament title and then won the ILH overall championship with recent 8-5 and 5-1 wins over Kamehameha, and the Crusaders are the new No. 1 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser poll released Tuesday. The Crusaders also earned the top seed in this week’s Division I state tournament. The Warriors […]

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There will never be another Peanut Butter and there may never be another Pearl City softball team quite like this bunch. With a 1-0 victory over Campbell in the OIA semifinals on Monday at McKinley Softball Stadium, even Chargers coach Chad Obara admitted to a new experience of his own. “This is the first time […]

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On the same day U.S. News and World Report rated Roosevelt above Mililani as the best public high school in the state, Mililani made a statement on the diamond with a 9-2 win over Roosevelt in the OIA softball semifinals at McKinley Softball Stadium. The Lady Trojans’ seven-run surge in the top of the seventh […]

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Mid-Pacific waited the entire ILH regular season before celebrating a win. Now the Owls will wait again, this time to find out who they will play in the championship game of the ILH Division I softball playoffs. Following an 0-12 regular season, MPI eliminated Punahou with a 4-2 win on Wednesday and rallied past No. […]

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The wet weather island-wide has continued to make the lives of softball and baseball schedulers miserable. Both OIA softball quarterfinal games postponed on Thursday were again postponed on Friday. Mililani and Moanalua will attempt to play that game on Saturday at Moanalua at 3 p.m. Kapolei and Pearl City will try to get their game […]

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The Interscholastic League of Honolulu just announced that today’s baseball championship doubleheader at Hans L’Orange Park has been postponed due to rain. The Division II championship game between St. Francis and Damien has been moved to Friday at Ala Wai Field at 3:30 p.m. The Division I championship game between Saint Louis and Kamehameha will […]

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With wins over Campbell and Mililani to end the regular season, Pearl City earned the top spot out of the brutally difficult OIA West heading into the OIA softball playoffs that begin Wednesday with four first-round games in Division I. Moanalua and Kailua are still waiting to determine who will get the first-round bye out […]

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For Campbell, now one game behind the OIA West’s frontrunners at 8-3, it has been a week of torment. Five days earlier, the Sabers lost at home to Pearl City, 1-0, on an infield error during a Chargers steal attempt. That put a slight damper on senior day. This time, it was a laser throw […]

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