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Post-game interviews with some of the Baldwin Bears after their win over Pearl City in the title game of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships at Iron Maehara Stadium, Wailuku.

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Highlights from the Island Movers/HHSAA State Track and Field Championships held at Kamehameha.

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Tua Tagovailoa is orally committed to Alabama, and from all accounts at this time, he will likely sign on the dotted line with the Crimson Tide when national letter of intent day comes around in February. But, as everybody knows, an oral commitment is not binding, so the recruiting process continues. Enter Lane Kiffin, the […]

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Mililani sophomore Ryan Ancheta shackled top-seeded Mid-Pacific on Thursday, permitting just one hit over 6 innings in a stunning 4-0 win by the Trojans at Iron Maehara Stadium. Ancheta and second baseman Ryan Kono chatted after the game.

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Trojans baseball coach Mark Hirayama chats after his team’s 4-0 upset win over No. 1-seeded Mid-Pacific on Thursday at Iron Maehara Stadium. Sophomore Ryan Ancheta allowed just one hit in 6 innings as Mililani advanced to the semifinals of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships.

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The young Campbell Sabers are playing like champions. Wins over Punahou and OIA champion Kailua have thrust Campbell, which finished fifth in the OIA, into position to win a second state crown in a row. Coach Rory Pico chats after pitcher Markus Ramos’ five-hit shutout performance against Kailua.

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Pitcher Markus Ramos became the latest young Campbell Saber to clutch up in the postseason. The junior fired a five-hit shutout in a stunning 5-0 win over No. 1-seeded Mid-Pacific on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships at Iron Maehara Stadium. Ramos struck out six and walked two and […]

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‘Iolani went down fighting. The Raiders baseball team started the season strong, but hit the skids and finished the regular season 4-11. They righted the ship enough to beat contenders Saint Louis and Kamehameha in the postseason and nearly upset top-ranked Mid-Pacific on Friday. Instead, with one swing of the bat, the Owls’ Jacob Maekawa […]

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