Baseball, volleyball standouts sign letters

November 13, 2013

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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Video: Kagawa, Rhoden, Villegas sign with West Point

March 25, 2013

Shaun Kagawa (Kamehameha-Hawaii), Paul-Andrew Rhoden (Campbell) and Jaryn Villegas (Leilehua) signed with Army on Friday, March 22, 2013 in a ceremony at Fort Shafter. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

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Executive decision: HHSAA voting results

June 13, 2012

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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HIADA, more from day one

June 8, 2012

(More from the first day of the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association conference. Story is in this morning’s edition, just adding some extra info.) HHSAA wrestling official Keith Matsumoto points to Hawaii teams in 1999 and ’02 as sterling examples. “Between those two teams, those girls, we literally could’ve had an opportunity to have four […]

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HIADA voting results

June 4, 2011

Here are the voting results from yesterday’s athletic directors conference. See the accompanying story here. 51st annual HIADA Conference Ala Moana Hotel June 1-3, 2011 Roll call 10 a.m. Voting commences 10:15 a.m. GROUP I (Chair: Wade Okamura, Recorder: Deems Utsumi) Air Riflery 1. (as amended) Put the BIIF back in the rotation for air […]

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Kamehameha back on tennis map

April 29, 2011

The road to a boys doubles championship in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu has often and almost always been paved through ‘Iolani or Punahou. This year, it went through the winding path of Kapalama Heights. Marcel Chan and Roman Kop brought Kamehameha its first boys doubles tennis title in about a decade, according to coach […]

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