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IThe state won’t hand Teshya Alo and Lelelei Mataafa their third state crowns until Saturday, but they might as well. Alo won the ILH unopposed last week while Mataafa cruised to her third MIL title. Mataafa will need to win three matches for another state title and Alo will have four, but the question will […]

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The old adage that you can’t lose your spot to injury doesn’t apply to the pound-for-pound rankings. Mililani’s Zach Diamond slipped out of the top spot for the first time all season when he lost a close match to Waianae’s Sheldon Bailey in the semifinals of the OIA championships. Diamond suffered an injured knee in […]

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UPDATE, official brackets released: State Wrestling (Boys) 2015 Brackets State Wrestling (Girls) 2015 Brackets Here is the press release fresh from the HHSAA: 2015 Press Release OK, it’s an hour before the meeting gets rolling at ‘Iolani, so a quick stop into Mocha Java at Ward Centre in a last-gasp attempt to eat breakfast and […]

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Courtesy Rick Williams, complete OIA wrestling brackets. OIA Varsity (Girls) 2015 Brackets OIA Varsity (Girls) 2015 Team Scores OIA Varsity (Girls) 2015 Individual Results OIA Varsity (Girls) 2015 Final Brackets OIA Varsity (Boys) 2015 Individual Results OIA Varsity (Boys) 2015 Brackets(1)

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OIA wrestling championships

by Jerry Campany on February 28, 2015

TThere are five reigning OIA champions in the gym on the boys side, but none of them have won states. The two state champions in the brackets, Kaiser’s Chance Ikei and Campbell’s Tristan Ludiazo, have never won OIAs. The toughest bracket looks like the 132-pound class, with OIA champions Liam Corbett of Leilehua and Isaac […]

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ILH wrestling championships

by Kyle Galdeira on February 28, 2015

The Interscholastic League of Honolulu wrestling championships are in the books after a full day’s worth of action at Punahou’s Hemmeter Fieldhouse. Punahou took advantage of its home gym and relied on four individual title winners as the Buffanblu boys fended off Pac-Five (148 points) and Kamehameha (147 points). Kamehameha ran away with the girls title (192 points) […]

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Boys 2014 106 Jayson Pagurayan Kapolei 2014 113 Shandon Ilabon Totten Kapolei 2014 120 Christian Natividad Campbell 2014 126 Alex Ursua Pearl City 2014 132 Zackary Diamond Mililani 2014 138 Braydon Akeo Mililani 2014 145 Liam Corbett Radford 2014 152 Jacob Solomon Kalaheo 2014 160 Blake Cooper Pearl City 2014 170 Rodney Williams Castle 2014 […]

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Boys 2014 106 Cameron Kato Punahou 2014 113 Blaysen Terukina Kamehameha 2014 120 Sean Urabe Punahou 2014 126 Joshua Rosen Punahou 2014 132 Joshua Terao Mid-Pacific 2014 138 Brian Pascua Iolani 2014 145 Connor Barfield Punahou 2014 152 William Valdez Punahou 2014 160 Christian Agmata Punahou 2014 170 Spencer Kiehm Iolani 2014 182 Joseph Hoshino […]

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Talk about wide open. The top seeds for both the boys and girls brackets at Friday and Saturday’s OIA championships are spread equally amongst the schools, with 10 programs represented on the girls side and 10 more on the boys. Kapolei, Campbell and Kaiser are the only schools with multiple top seeds in the boys […]

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TThe top of the boys poll is still unchanged for now, but that just tightens the noose for those unfortunate enough to slip up and fall down the cliff. The tough part begins this weekend with league championships. Zach Diamond is still in the top spot, with Liam Corbett right behind his fellow OIA West […]

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