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OIA East wrestling results

by Jerry Campany on February 7, 2016

And here are the East results, courtesy of Katrina Johnson. Girls Varsity East 2016- FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Boys Varsity East 2016- FINAL BRACKETS Boys Varsity East 2016- FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Boys Varsity East 2016- INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Girls Varsity East 2016- INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Girls Varsity East 2016- FINAL BRACKETS

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OIA West wrestling results

by Jerry Campany on February 7, 2016

Campbell’s state champions are making their moves back to the front. Kalissa Pundyke and Triston Santos both won their brackets at the OIA West Championships on Saturday after struggling for much of the season. There were plenty of good matches, the three that stand out look like Baylen Cooper beating Sheldon Bailey 9-8, Zack Diamond […]

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VIDEO: ILH wrestling

by Stan Lee on January 30, 2016

Matches from Friday’s ILH dual meet held at Saint Louis. Kamehameha’s Ashley Gooman defeated Punahou’s Lindi Nakao Yamada. Saint Louis’ Corey Cabanban defeated Jarrad Baker of Pac-Five. Saint Louis’ Cody Cabanban defeated Josh Matsumoto of Pac-Five.

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This poignant story of an undefeated Massachusetts wrestler from Norton High School letting an opponent with Down Syndrome pin him has gone viral. Check it out. The video is from WCVB TV-5 in Boston: http://bit.ly/1QI85Fe

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Waianae’s Tehani Carlson has more than stepped into the void left by the injured Teniya Alo. Carlson, a junior, has dominated the 122-pound division this season with Alo nursing an injury. She beat everyone in front of her to take the Garner Ivey, Officials and Paani. Carlson continued her steady climb into the girls Pound-for-Pound, […]

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Baylen Cooper believes this season is no-pressure time. Last season, he was filled with pressure. The Pearl City wrestler, now a senior, was told all last season that he needed to do what his brothers did for so long — win a state title or place at the state meet. The list is long: >> […]

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Ever heard of a 97-pound sophomore captain? In anything? Well, Roosevelt’s Menjam Tamang is one of the Rough Riders’ wrestling captains and she’s making waves in the 97-pound class. She’s off to a fast start this season, winning the Officials meet at Leilehua and following that up with a victory in the Paani Challenge at […]

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Al Chee spent 16 years as a high school wrestling coach, when, right around the turn of the century, he decided to focus on raising his own family. That latter job is never done, but he does have a bit more time now. So, Chee is back in the mix in Hawaii wrestling and is […]

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Pomaikai Yamaguchi is trying her hardest to get in the best shape possible. The Kamehameha wrestler was a third-place finisher in the 125-pound class two years ago as a sophomore, but her junior campaign was wiped out by a knee injury at the Paani Challenge last year. On Friday at the Mid-Pacific gym in ILH […]

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Before last year’s state seeding meeting, state wrestling coordinator Carl Schroers made an impassioned plea to his fellow coaches to go to their athletic directors and demand a reduction in the number of weight classes in Hawaii. His argument, which was repeated at HIADA but shot down, was that wrestlers from the 50th state have […]

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