Wrestling

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

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Leilehua’s Liam Corbett and Chance Ikei of Kaiser carried Team Hawaii at this week’s national wrestling championships in Fargo, N.D. Corbett pinned the first opponent put against him in the freestyle competition but fell in the second round before winning another match in the consolation bracket. Ikei competed in Greco Roman and won his first […]

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Just when it seems there is not anything left that Teshya Alo hasn’t accomplished, she adds another big honor. Alo, a three-time state champion for Kamehameha, was named the Asics High School Wrestler of the Year. The award has been given out every year since 2001, and Alo is the first athlete from Hawaii to […]

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A case for Hall of Honor candidacy is usually made in an athlete’s freshman year, when they start their journey toward multiple state titles. That is not how Waipahu’s Sabrina Hollins played it, though, but it worked out just fine. Hollins didn’t compete in a varsity sport until her junior year, but did enough in […]

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Respected coaches Dominic Boutain and Richard Goodwin will be clinicians at the upcoming Raider Wrestling Clinic beginning June 8. Boutain is the co-Head coach of Benicia (Calif.) and Goodwin is a three-time All-American from his days at San Francisco State. The clinic runs five days and is open to athletes over 11 years old. In […]

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Though premier wrestler and judoka Teshya Alo of Kamehameha was away in a wrestling competition on the mainland, her younger sister, Teniya Alo, stepped up and won her first state title. The ‘Iolani freshman won the 122 weight class on Saturday at Stan Sheriff Center. She hadn’t played judo for two years before this spring, […]

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Only three athletes swept wrestling and judo state titles last year, the fewest since 2005 when judo was in its infancy as a state sport. The combat sports double hit its zenith in 2008 and 2010, when nine different athletes stood on the top of the podium in winter and spring, led by Punahou’s Chrissy […]

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Kamehameha world champion wrestler Teshya Alo may not be in Hawaii next spring to go for a fourth Hawaii high school wrestling state title. The Warriors junior, who was competing Friday night in the ILH judo championships at Punahou, said she is “probably” moving along with her family to Colorado Springs, Colo., so she can […]

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As soon as they get uploaded, we will provide video of every state final match here. BOYS 106: No. 1 Jayson Pagurayan (Kapolei) vs. No. 2 Corey Cabanban (Saint Louis) 113: Jordan Kannys (Kaiser) vs. No. 2 Triston Santos (Campbell) 120: No. 1 Blaysen Terukina (Kamehameha) vs. Sean Urabe (Punahou) 126: No. 1 Shandon Ilaban […]

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TOP 5 TEAM STANDINGS BEFORE FINALS: Punahou 138.5, Lahainaluna 134.5, Kamehameha 129, Campbell 127, ‘Iolani 103.5 Campbell and Kamehameha have four state finalists followed by Punahou with three. Kapolei, Kaiser, ‘Iolani, Lahainaluna and Pearl City have two each. TOP 5 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS (WILL POST ASAP): 1. Lahainaluna, 158.5; 2. Punahou, 146.5; 3. Kamehameha, 143; […]

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TOP 5 TEAM STANDINGS HEADING INTO FINALS: Lahainaluna 170.5, Kamehameha 150, Campbell 126, Kahuku 116, Pearl City 111.5 Lahainaluna has five girls wrestling for state titles with Pearl City second with four. Campbell, Punahou, Kahuku 2 each. TOP 5 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS (WILL POST ASAP): 1. Lahainaluna, 203.5; 2. Kamehameha, 177; 3. Campbell, 132; 4. […]

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