Swimming

Punahou swimmers Maddie Balish, Lia Foster and Kelly Fricke each won two individual races at the ILH meet at Punahou on Friday. Balish, a sophomore, started her day with a win in the 200 IM, beating Pac-Five’s Kayla Ippongi by nearly 10 seconds with a time of 2:13.98. She then beat teammate Kara Machida by […]

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Punahou sophomore Lia Foster put on a show in her school’s pool on Friday, winning two events in an ILH meet. Foster beat Mid-Pacific sensation Rebecca Walton by a wide margin in the 220 IM, clocking a time of 2:10.80 to the senior’s 2:16.00. Foster then took out another of Mid-Pacific’s fastest girls with a […]

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The Campbell boys and girls swimming program has nearly tripled in size in four seasons under coach Laxmi Diaz. In the 2012 season, when she began coaching the Sabers, she was in charge of six boys and six girls swimmers. The next year, the total number was up to 24, and in 2014, it rose to […]

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Kamehameha’s Kanoa Kaleoaloha had just set his third of four meet records at the 38th annual Dorothy Aki Swimming Invitational on Saturday, when he was asked how his day was going. “Pretty good. The water was a lot warmer than yesterday,” he said. A little prompting was needed to — as the saying goes — lead […]

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By all accounts, the water was a lot warmer on the second day of the 38th annual Dorothy Aki Invitational Swimming Meet at Kalani High School on Saturday. Maybe the warmer temperature was a reason why records were broken eight times in the two-day event. “It was so cold (Friday),” said Kanoa Kaleoaloha, who is […]

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ILH swimming opens

by Jerry Campany on January 3, 2015

Punahou’s Lia Foster, Lena Hayakawa of Pac-Five and Maddie Balish of Punahou each won two individual events at the ILH meet on Saturday. Sean Kwon of Punahou was the only boy to double up. Here are the complete results, courtesy of the ILH: Results–02 Jan JV & V

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A dozen volleyball players were among nearly three dozen student-athletes who signed their letters of intent early Wednesday morning at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki. The event, hosted each signing season by Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance (PIAA), featured a multitude of sports for the fall signing period. The 12 volleyball players include UH signee McKenna […]

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2014 State Swimming & Diving Championships Girls 1. Punahou, 65 2. Mid-Pacific, 45 3. ‘Iolani, 31 Boys 1. Punahou, 49 2. Kamehameha, 47 3. Baldwin, 31 Click to download full boys and girls team results

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ILH swimmers hit the pool

by Jerry Campany on December 6, 2013

Not much has changed over the summer in ILH swimming. Punahou’s Jasmine Mau, Kamehameha’s Ryan Stack and Pac-Five’s Lena Hayakawa picked up right where they left off from last year’s state championships with good showings in the first ILH regular-season meet of the year at Kamehameha. Stack earned three gold medals at last year’s state […]

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Eight volleyball players and eight baseball players were among the signees at the Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance letter-of-intent signing event this morning at Elks Lodge Waikiki. In all, 29 student-athletes signed letters, including record-breaking swimmer Jasmine Mau of Punahou. The senior chose Cal, and the setting for her official decision could not have been more […]

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