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LATEST BOYS VOLLEYBALL STORIES

Punahou’s Micah Ma‘a was the biggest offensive threat for the Buffanblu on their run to the Division I state title, and now, Ma‘a is the ILH boys volleyball player of the year. Coach Rick Tune was picked as the coach of the year, and Buffanblu players Wil Stanley and Kelsey Yogi were chosen to the […]

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Austin Matautia of Moanalua and Max Aiono of Leilehua are the OIA’s East and West boys volleyball players of the year, the league announced Monday. Matautia, a junior, led Moanalua to the state semifinals. Aiono, a senior, helped the Mules get a spot in the recent state tournament. The OIA volleyball all-stars are listed below. […]

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The New City Nissan/HHSAA Boys Volleyball Championships Division I and II all-tournament teams are listed below. Division I all-tournament team Outside hitters >> Emmett Enriques, Kamehameha-Hawaii >> Isaiah Laeha, Kamehameha-Hawaii >> Micah Ma‘a, Punahou >> Austin Matautia, Moanalua >> Wil Stanley, Punahou Setter >> Todd Gruebner, Punahou DS/libero >> Kelsey Yogi, Punahou Most Outstanding Player […]

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Based on history and math, when Punahou enters a boys volleyball season, it has a seven in 10 chance to win a state championship by season’s end. Since its inception in 1969, there have been 47 boys volleyball state tournaments and Punahou has won 33 of them. Coach Rick Tune and his boys captured their […]

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Nice and air-conditioned here in Neal Blaisdell Arena on this late afternoon. Hana is the No. 2 seed, no surprise that the Dragons are here. HBA, of course, is a perennial power regardless of classification. The Eagles are No. 5 in the Star-Advertiser Boys Volleyball Top 10. This is for the HHSAA Division II state […]

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It’s muggy here at Moanalua High School gym, where top-seeded Punahou is about to square off with underdog King Kekaulike. Na Alii have the talents of Colton Cowell, a UH commit who was much talked about during the Kamehameha Cup when his team played. I’ll have updates here during time outs, of which there should […]

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Punahou and Moanalua moved on to state volleyball’s final four in the Oahu regionals last night. Moanalua beat Kamehameha in five and Punahou put away Waianae in three. Kills from Karson Cruz and Skyler Engleman extended Moanalua’s lead to 11-7 in Set 5. Engleman’s kill and a Kamehameha hitting error made it 13-9, forcing the […]

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All of the top teams are staying home for the first two rounds of the New City Nissan Boys Volleyball State Championship. ILH king Punahou drew the top seed and will play either Waianae or Mililani at Moanalua on May 9. Na Menehune, the OIA champ, got some good news and bad news. The good […]

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Two Pearl City players dove desperately for a dig. They didn’t get the ball and they collided hard into each other on the way to the floor. The Chargers’ P-Jay Solomon stayed down longer and appeared to be more hurt than teammate Jordan Florita. At first, it looked as though Solomon would shake it off […]

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Moanalua will be going for its fourth-straight OIA championship as the top seed in next week’s league tournament. Na Menehune went through the regular season undefeated and can make coach Alan Cabanting the first coach since Roosevelt’s Robin Goo from 1977-1980 to win four straight OIA titles. Doug Hee won the title for Moanalua in […]

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