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It’s been less than 24 hours since Oregon State offered a football scholarship to eighth grader Tausili Fiatoa. The Kahuku Intermediate School student is the first athlete in recent memory — going back to former Saint Louis offensive lineman Solomon Koehler — to receive an offer at such a young age. Fiatoa, son of Kaipo […]

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Kalakaua Timoteo is taking no breaks, not even with basketball season only recently over. On the gridiron, the Mililani junior continues to do work. He went to the Nike Opening in Oakland, Calif. over the weekend and was featured in a video by Under The Radar. Timoteo, 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds, was a Star-Advertiser All-State […]

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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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Kamehameha’s Kayson Smith-Bejgrowicz won the high jump, long jump and triple jump at the ILH Championships on May 1, 2015. The senior chats about competition at the HHSAA state meet, college plans and the influence of his favorite athlete, Brian Clay.

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Punahou defeated Kamehameha 4-2 to capture its eighth consecutive state water polo championship.

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He’s been known to defer when it comes to media attention, but ‘Iolani junior Keoni-Kordell Makekau has emerged under the spotlight to become a true three-sport juggernaut. He chatted with Hawaii Prep World after another busy day on the track, winning the ILH championship in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.01 seconds. The […]

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Baldwin’s Kainoa Tom set a Punahou Relays record in the pole vault by clearing 15 feet, 4 inches. The defending state champion credited coach Linden Wada, a 2001 and 2002 state champion, for his team’s performance. Sean Fukuhara placed second (14-0) and Jonathan You tied for fourth (13-6). It was the second consecutive week the […]

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He goes by Loveni, his first name, and Jordan, his middle name. Saint Louis outside linebacker Loveni Jordan Iosefa is a junior who sat out last season after transferring in from Waipahu. He kept working, though, and has a scholarship offer from Hawaii, and a few FBS schools are keeping a close eye on the […]

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As a middle schooler commuting from Ewa Beach to Saint Louis for school and Sunday clinic sessions with QBs coach Vinnie Passas, Tua Tagovailoa understood the work ethic required to improve. A talented, humble star-in-the-making named Marcus Mariota took him under his wing. Tagovailoa kept getting better, and by the time he emerged as a […]

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VIDEO: The Amazing Auwae

by Paul Honda on April 14, 2015

It’s just another Sunday for Toleafoa Sean Auwae, catching some rest time in the shade after a sweltering, hot morning at Brian Derby Camp on the campus of Kaimuki High School. The 6-foot-4, 301-pound junior from Kapolei is becoming one of the most coveted offensive linemen in the state. With BYU’s scholarship offer on Saturday, […]

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