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Instead of going through the final few months of high school on campus with many of his best friends, former Saint Louis quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is already getting to work in Tuscaloosa. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year and all-time career passing leader in Hawaii went through his first spring practice with Alabama on […]

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Corey Cabanban’s 7-2 victory over Logan Garcia in the 120 finals of the Chevron/HHSAA Boys Wrestling State Championships sealed his position in Hawaii Prep World’s No. 1 spot atop the Pound For Pound rankings.

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Teniya Alo went through a change, but found success on the mat once again. Competing for Kahuku, she defeated Roselani Ikei of Kaiser by fall (3:02) to capture the girls 132 weight class championship at the Chevron/HHSAA Girls Wrestling State Championships last week. Alo began her prep career at ‘Iolani, where she won an individual […]

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Video highlights of the Saint Louis-Maryknoll boys basketball playoff game are below. Saint Louis upset fourth-ranked Maryknoll 63-57 to advance to the semifinal round against ‘Iolani. First quarter Second quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter

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Farrington senior Moli Heimuli was a force of nature on Tuesday with 35 points and 26 rebounds in a 60-45 win over visiting Kalani. First quarter Second quarter Third quarter

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Highlights from Saturday’s finals of the Hawaii Officials Wrestling Association Tournament at Leilehua. For full results, visit the live blog. Video footage by Kaylee Noborikawa. Alo def. Hamilton Peralta def. Kawai-Jose Cabanban def. Pagurayan Tynanes-Perez def. Fautanu Fong def. Keliinoi

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Videos from Nick Abramo of Friday’s quarterfinals at the Hawaii Officials Wrestling Association Tournament at Leilehua. Logan Garcia (Moanalua) defeated Casey Nitta (Mililani) 8-3. Jayson Pagurayan (Kapolei) defeated Triston Santos (Campbell) 7-3. Shown are rounds 2 and 3.

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The Open Division final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships pitted No. 1 Kahuku and No. 2 Saint Louis in a rematch of the 2015 state title game. Here is plenty of video from Saturday night at Aloha Stadium, including the pregame, from Paul Honda. Pre-game First quarter Second quarter Third quarter Fourth […]

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Three weeks after successful surgery to remove a kidney stone, Saint Louis coach Cal Lee guided the Crusaders to their first state championship since 2010, upsetting No. 1 Kahuku 30-14 in the Open Division final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships at Aloha Stadium.

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It was a night to exorcise Saint Louis missed opportunities in state-title games of the past, including last year’s loss to Kahuku. It was also a night of straight-up, no-guts-no-glory play calling. It was Saint Louis’ night at the end, a stunning 30-14 victory over No. 1 Kahuku. Three clutch field goals by Jacob Tobias, […]

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