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LATEST BOYS VOLLEYBALL STORIES

As expected, Interscholastic League of Honolulu champion Punahou is the No. 1 seed in Division I for this week’s New City Nissan Boys Volleyball State Championships. The other three seeded teams are No. 2 Moanalua, No. 3 Kamehameha-Hawaii and No. 4 King Kekaulike. In Division II, another ILH champion, Hawaii Baptist, earned the top seed. […]

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Six Oahu Interscholastic Association championships in a row is quite impressive, but it’s not the whole ball of wax that every volleyball player in the league dreams about. The state tournament is next week for Moanalua Na Menehune, who earned that sixth straight league title in a four-set victory over previously undefeated Mililani at the […]

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The OIA boys volleyball playoffs are set after the conclusion of the regular season on Tuesday night. The top two byes in each league were already clinched last week with Moanalua (11-0) and Kahuku (10-1) earning the top seeds in the East and Mililani (10-0) and Waipahu (9-1) claiming the first-round byes from the West. […]

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Defeat was all but certain, yet Punahou found a way to come back and beat Mira Costa on Saturday in the Clash of the Titans boys volleyball tournament. As a result, the Buffanblu took a 5-4 lead against the Mustangs in the nine years the tournament has been held since 2008. When Jackson Wedbush thundered […]

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Kamehameha-Hawaii’s boys volleyball team didn’t play against Punahou this weekend in the Clash of the Titans tournament. Ahhhh … but they did go to Punahou, where the tournament is held and got a close-hand look at the team that has been standing in the way of a state championship for a long, long time now. […]

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Punahou has won four state Division I boys volleyball championships in a row, and the way the Buffanblu looked on Thursday against Kamehameha, it could easily become five in a row. That may be a little too early, since they’ve got to finish up the Interscholastic League of Honolulu season. The Buffanblu (10-0), for most […]

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The Kamehameha boys volleyball team has been up and down all season. Saturday certainly counts as a good day. The Warriors beat Hawaii Baptist 25-19, 27-25 to capture the KS Cup in their own gym, beating a stacked field that included KS-Hawaii and three California schools. George Kailiwai’s kill put the Warriors at match point […]

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Three of Hawaii’s best teams will face off with three California powers in this week’s Kapalama Cup on the Kamehameha campus. The host Warriors share a pool with Fountain Valley and Santa Barbara. Kamehameha-Hawaii and Hawaii Baptist are in the other pool with Edison of Huntington Beach, Calif. The tournament begins on Thursday with Fountain […]

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It would be easy, perhaps, for any team in Interscholastic League of Honolulu boys volleyball to fold up the tent and go through the motions. Who dares challenge the behemoths like Punahou and Kamehameha, anyway? Well, that would be upstart Maryknoll. The No. 6-ranked Spartans stunned No. 5 Kamehameha last night in three sets. Now […]

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Moanalua outside hitter Austin Matautia helped Na Menehune upset Punahou during pool play at last week’s Hawaii Boys Volleyball Invitational Tournament. Read the Q&A here.

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