Track and Field

Kayson Smith-Bejgrowicz and Madison Moku were chosen as the Interscholastic League of Honolulu’s track and field MVPs, the league announced recently. Smith-Bejlgrowicz, a Kamehameha senior who was named the Gatorade Hawaii Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year last week, won the league’s long jump, triple jump and high jump. He also won the […]

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Kamehameha’s Kayson Smith-Bejgrowicz is the 2015 Gatorade Hawaii Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year, the Gatorade Company announced Friday. The award recognizes athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound senior won the high jump (6 feet, 6 inches) and the triple jump (46-1.5) at the state meet […]

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The Gatorade Company announced Wednesday that it has picked Moanalua’s Kathleen Funcheon as the Gatorade Hawaii Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year The award recognizes outstanding athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievemnt and exemplary character. The 5-foot-8 senior sprinter won two individual championships at the state meet this spring. Named her school’s […]

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No receiver in the history of high school football in Hawaii has covered more ground than Punahou’s Kanawai Noa, but he might have left more yards on the sidelines. Noa will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on June 7 at Dole Cannery Square’s Pomaikai Ballroom. The three-sport star finished his […]

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Hall pass: Sarah Lau

by Jerry Campany on June 6, 2015

Athletes like Sarah Lau don’t come around every year. Kamehameha’s Lau completed a career as a standout in volleyball, soccer and track and field and will be honored for it with an induction into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on June 7 at Dole Cannery Square’s Pomaikai Ballroom. To find the last girl […]

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A case for Hall of Honor candidacy is usually made in an athlete’s freshman year, when they start their journey toward multiple state titles. That is not how Waipahu’s Sabrina Hollins played it, though, but it worked out just fine. Hollins didn’t compete in a varsity sport until her junior year, but did enough in […]

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It’s hard to boil Gabbie Ewing‘s contribution to Hawaii Prep athletics by mere numbers. As a soccer player, she controls the middle and isn’t asked to put up obscene goal totals like Leo Klink and Sonest Furtado did. On the volleyball court, she wasn’t the type of player to rise above the net and drop […]

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Perhaps the most impressive part of Iolani’s football dynasty is that the Raiders have seemed to have done it without the types of elite athletes who are inducted into the HHSAA Hall of Honor each year. Iolani has put five football players in the Hall of Honor in its dynastic run when it won seven […]

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Videos from various finals at the Island Movers State Track and Field Championships on Maui. Boys 100 Boys 200 Boys 4×400 relay Girls 4×400 relay Girls high jump Girls 200 Girls 4×100 relay Boys 1,500

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The wind is whipping heavy at War Memorial Stadium on Maui, blowing behind the athletes in the field events and with the runners as they approach the finish line. Those who turn into the wind are not going to be happy about it. Here are the finalists: 05.15.15 results from trials 05.16.15 finals program And […]

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