Wrestling

Pound-4-Pound Rankings
Boys: State placers, 1966-2016 || • Girls: All-time state placers

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Corey Cabanban of Saint Louis ends the wrestling season atop the pound-for-pound rankings after sweeping through states on his way to his third title. He will undoubtedly begin his quest for No. 4 atop the rankings next year. Cabanban had his share of opposition during his run, beating Mililani’s Casey Nitta 2-0 before being pushed […]

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Four boys this year — Kapolei’s Jayson Pagurayan, ‘Iolani’s Colby Watase and KJ Pascua, and Antonio Ruiz of Moanalua — swept through the first day of the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships to guarantee themselves their fourth state medal. They were certainly thinking of championships at that time, but to reach the podium four straight years […]

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Zayren Terukina did a backflip after winning his first wrestling state title Saturday at the Blaisdell Arena. Terukina, a Campbell wrestler in the 132-pound class, had just defeated Radford’s Christian Tavares 7-1 in the final. And the pressure was on, too. Big-time. Five Terukinas before him had wrapped up at least one state championship — father […]

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It’s time to crown the best of the best in the state of Hawaii. The order of finals is listed below. Lahainaluna has the girls team title just about wrapped up while boys’ race is tight with ‘Iolani and Campbell at the top. Finals begin at 3:30 p.m. UPDATE: ‘Iolani wins its second straight and […]

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Championship day of the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships is here. The girls have made it to the finals and now it’s the boys’ turn to see who will dance off for a state title. We will keep you posted below. If you need to catch up: DAY 1 GIRLS DAY 1 BOYS POUND-FOR-POUND RANKINGS BOYS […]

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Championship day of the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships is here. Up first is the girls semifinals. We will keep you posted below by bolding winners when we hear them and posting scores when we get them. If you need to catch up: DAY 1 GIRLS DAY 1 BOYS POUND-FOR-POUND RANKINGS BOYS TITLE COULD COME DOWN […]

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One is a four-time state champ and one is going for her second state title with the possibility of a third next year. They are the Alo sisters. Teshya Alo was at the Blaisdell Arena on Friday to watch sister Teniya Alo in the early rounds of the 2017 state wrestling tournament. And while Teshya […]

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The last three years have featured some of the most dominant girls wrestling squads of all time, could Lahainaluna raise the bar even higher on Saturday? The Lunas got seven of their nine wrestlers into the semifinals on Friday, leaving them alive for seven titles. That would be more than any school ever. And ever […]

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The boys team title at the Chevron Hawaii State Wrestling Championships will probably come down to the wire, but a lot of how they get there might happen in the semifinals of the 132-pound bracket. It is the only bracket where the top three schools — Kamehameha, Iolani and Campbell — had all of its […]

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The first round of the boys wrestling state tournament has begun. In case you missed it, here are our updated boys pound-for-pound rankings heading into states. TEAM STANDINGS AFTER QUARTERS: 1. Kamehameha, 67; 2. ‘Iolani, 64; 3. Campbell, 60; t4. Baldwin, Moanalua, 44; 6. Saint Louis, 38; 7. Lahainaluna, 35.5; 8. Waianae, 34; 9. Leilehua, […]

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