Wrestling

Boys: State placers, 1966-2014 || • Girls: All-time state placers

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HHwaii girls wrestlers made quite a showing at national meets in Fargo, N.D., this summer Teshya Alo (Kamehameha graduate) won her sixth Fargo title in junior women’s freestyle at 139 pounds. Other Hawaii girls who placed and received “All-American” status were: >> Bailey Hoshino (Punahou), sixth place in Cadeet women’s freestyle at 101 pounds. >> […]

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Photos from tonight’s Enterprise Hall of Honor presentation at the Dole Cannery Ballrooms.

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With school winding down, summer camp season is heating up. Camp of Champs hits town June 27-July 1 at HPU’s windward campus. Instructors at that camp include Hall of Honor members David Terao and Teshya Alo in addition to Sunkist Kids National Team coach and two-time NCAA National Champion Chris Pendleton. More information can be […]

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Lahainaluna’s Lalelei Mata’afa will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Dole Cannery’s Pomaikai Ballroom. Above are a few shots of the Lunas great through the years. And here is the elite list of athletes he will join:

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Kamehameha wrestler Teshya Alo will be inducted into the Enterprise / HHSAA Hall of Honor on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Dole Cannery’s Pomaikai Ballroom. Above are a few shots of the Warrior through the years. And here is the elite list of athletes she will join:

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Lahianaluna girls Iverly Navarro and Alexis Encinas won their weight classes at the Hawaii USA Wrestling Championships at the Lahaina Civic Center over the weekend. Navarro won the 113-pound class while Encinas was tops at 123. Kayla Araki of KS-Hawaii took the 159-pound class. High school boys winners were Josiah Nohara of Lanai (113), Zeff […]

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Charles Ariola, Teshya Alo’s wrestling coach, released a statement today thanking everyone for their support and sharing a little bit of sponsorship news. Alo, 18, lost in the semifinals of the U.S. Olympic Trials over the weekend in Iowa City, Iowa. The four-time state champion was the second-youngest athlete in the tournament. Here is Ariola’s […]

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Kamehameha state wrestling champion Teshya Alo fell in the semifinals of the U.S. Olympic Trials on Saturday. Alo won her first match by a 12-2 technical fall over Megan Black, she was up 4-0 before the fans settled into their seats and got caught in a awkward situation but overcame it. Alo won her second […]

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Kamehameha senior wrestler Teshya Alo has made weight and drawn her first opponent for the U.S. Olympic Trials at Iowa City, Iowa. Alo, who earned her fourth straight state title earlier this year, is the second seed and drew Megan Black as her first opponent. Black is a sophomore at McKendree University and will be […]

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USA Wrestling released its rankings for the upcoming Olympic Trials in wrestling, and Four-time state champion Teshya Alo of Kamehameha is seeded second. The trials will be held April 9-10 in Iowa City. Although Alo is already a member of the U.S. National Team, a victory in the tournament would put her one step closer […]

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