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ALMOST FAMOUS: 2001 Iolani Raiders

By Jerry Campany on July 1, 2020

Hawaii Prep World will highlight 10 of the best football teams in Oahu history that never earned a division, league or state crown. For a team to be on this list, it inevitably had to have suffered an upset loss that probably lived with the players and coaches for a long time. Teams are ranked by positive point differential, excluding the 2010 Kahuku and 2018 St. Francis squads that had games wiped out due to the use of an ineligible […]

ALMOST FAMOUS: 2003 Kapolei Hurricanes

By Jerry Campany on June 30, 2020

Hawaii Prep World will highlight 10 of the best football teams in Oahu history that never earned a division, league or state crown. For a team to be on this list, it inevitably had to have suffered an upset loss that probably lived with the players and coaches for a long time. Teams are ranked by positive point differential, excluding the 2010 Kahuku and 2018 St. Francis squads that had games wiped out due to the use of an ineligible […]

ALMOST FAMOUS: 1970 Waipahu Marauders

By Jerry Campany on June 29, 2020

Hawaii Prep World will highlight 10 of the best football teams in Oahu history that never earned a division, league or state crown. Teams are ranked on this list by positive point differential, excluding the 2010 Kahuku and 2018 St. Francis squads that had games wiped out due to the use of an ineligible player. Add in those teams, and the Red Raiders would be No. 1 on the list and the Saints would be No. 3. They suffered their […]


Chenoa Frederick wins third Gatorade award

By Jerry Campany on June 25, 2020

Kamehameha-Hawaii track and field standout Chenoa Frederick was named the Gatorade Hawaii athlete of the year despite not having a season. Frederick, who was inducted into the Hall of Honor last month, is the fist girl to win the award three times. She has eight gold medals in her career despite not competing in the state championships in her senior year. The Big Island has had the top track and field athlete four of the last five years, with Hawaii […]

Mid-Pacific suspends three sports for upcoming season

By Hawaii Prep World on June 15, 2020

Fall football took a hit today when Mid-Pacific President Paul Turnbull outlined his school’s plan for reopening amid the Coronavirus pandemic. The school intends on opening for in-class instruction on August 17 but will not participate in three sports, two in the fall and one in the winter. That means no football, cheerleading or wrestling. Mid-Pacific students participate as the Pac-Five conglomerate in those sports and have since HUMMERS was established in 1974. The letter cited limiting “daily physical interactions […]

Punahou’s Johnnie Dodge wins Gatorade Award

By Jerry Campany on June 8, 2020

Punahou midfielder Johnnie Dodge was named the Gatorade Hawaii Player of the Year on Monday after leading the Buffanblu to another state championship. Dodge, who was first-team all-state for the Star-Advertiser but lost out for player of the year to teammate Dominic Gusman, scored five goals — including the game-winner in the title match — and dished out four assists this season. The Gatorade Player of the Year award is the state’s longest-running, naming its first recipient in 1986 when […]

Hawaii honors four officials with HOF bid

By Jerry Campany on June 1, 2020

The Hawaii Sports Officials Hall of Fame will get four more members, but they will have to wait until Sept. 5, 2021 to be inducted. The organization, which was established in 2017, intends on inducting eight legends next year after postponing its induction ceremony. When the next four are announced next year, there will be 23 officials in the Hall of Fame. The first round of inductees have more than 100 years of combined experience in four different sports. The […]

Hall of Honor selects 12 more legends

By Jerry Campany on May 25, 2020

The newest class of the Hall of Honor was selected on Sunday, awarding each athlete a $2,000 scholarship from Enterprise. >> Nanea Estrella, Lahainaluna She is a four-time state champion in wrestling, the sixth girl in state history to do so and the second from Maui, joining Lahainaluna’s Lalelei Mataafa from 2016. Estrella ended her career at No. 1 pound-for-pound on Hawaiiprepworld.com’s rankings and will go on to compete for national power Menlo College while majoring in marketing business. >> […]