Track and Field

The state track meet is special to a lot of people every year, but for the second year in a row, it promises to be a grand time for Hawaii high school special education students. As it did last year, the Hawaii High School Athletic Association is partnering with Special Olympics Hawaii to incorporate what […]

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Live results for OIA track here https://sites.google.com/site/oiatrackinforesultspage/results-live-hi Two events finished yesterday, with Castle’s William Ewaliko taking the pole vault and Kristin O’Handley putting Kaiser in the lead for the team title with a win in the high jump. Boys Pole vault—1, William Ewaliko, Cas, 14-0. 2, Dalton Pahia, Cas, 13-6. 3, Taylor Bee, Cas, 12-6. […]

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Kaiser took an early lead in the girls team standings after Thursday’s trials of the OIA track and field championships. The two-time league champion Cougars scored 18 points after going 1-2 in the high jump at Mililani’s John Kauinana Stadium. Kristen O’Handley won after clearing 5 feet, 2 inches. Ginon Jones also cleared 5-2 and […]

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Trials for the OIA track and field championships begin this afternoon at Mililani. Field events start at 3:45 p.m. and running events begin at 5. There will be two finals held today in the boys vault and girls high jump. Top qualifiers from the trials advance to Saturday afternoon’s finals. The Kaiser girls and Campbell […]

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ILH Championships At Kamehameha Boys Discus Throw Finals 1, Wesley Faagau, KS, 163-03. 2, Alema Kapoi, KS, 160-10. 3,Miki Suguturaga, Punahou, 145-05. 4, Robert-Dayle Pescaia, KS, 141-02. 5, JP Muasau, Punahou, 136-03. Girls Discus Throw 1, Maia Graham, Iolani, 122-06. 2, Olivia Vaeatangitau, St Francis,102-01. 3, Tatjana Calimpong-Burke, Iolani, 102-00. 4, Rika Sarkar, Punahou, 100-09. […]

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Kaeo Kruse likes California, all right. The Kamehameha senior posted a 3,000-meter time of 9 minutes, 11 seconds to place eighth at the Arcadia Invitational over the weekend. Kruse was just 5 seconds behind the winner. According to Star-Advertiser preps editor Jerry Campany, Kruse’s time is faster than Steve Ferber’s “long-standing, dominant” 9:20 two-mile from […]

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State hurdling champion Emma Taylor won three events at Saturday’s BIIF track and field meet at Konawaena. Taylor won the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.15 seconds and 300 hurdles in 46.07. Taylor also won the 100 dash with a time of 12.90, the only girl to finish under 13 seconds. Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Saydee Aganus […]

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Radford won the boys and girls team titles at Friday’s Velasco Invitational held at Mililani. Radford’s Kiyara Peart won the 100-meter dash in 13.61 seconds and the 200 in 28.06. Peart also won the long jump with a distance of 15 feet, 5.50 inches. Mary Moloney doubled up in the distance events by winning the […]

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Waimea will induct five athletes into its Menehune Legacy Hall of Honor at a banquet on the campus’ front lawn on April 9. The school will honor: >> Joe Matsukawa, a 1949 Waimea alum who excelled in football and baseball and also played both sports at the University of Hawaii. Matsukawa also played in the […]

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