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Punahou sets 2 records at ILH championships

By Hawaii Prep World on January 27, 2018

Punahou senior Alexa Phillips led her school’s 400 freestyle relay team to one of the oldest records on the ILH’s books on Saturday. Phillips teamed with juniors Nohea Lileikis, Chanel Ng and Sydnee Whitty to cover the distance in 3:30.79 at Punahou’s pool. Their time beat Punahou’s record from 2007 by legendary names Michelle Yoshida, Rachel Cote, Brittany Beauchan and Christel Simms. They put up a time of 3:33.54. Punahou’s girls won the team title with 105 points over Kamehameha’s […]

Govs, Spartans among letter-of-intent signees

By Paul Honda on April 12, 2017

High school classmate. Friend. Teammate. Champion. College student-athlete. College teammate. There are few strings of words that are as gratifying as those, and that’s the road travelled by Farrington seniors Molimau Heimuli and Chantal Mailou. The two basketball standouts were among dozens from the class of 2017 who inked their letters of intent in a signing ceremony hosted by Education First on Wednesday morning at the Honolulu Elks Lodge (Waikiki). Heimuli and Mailou signed to play at Paris Junior College […]

Punahou sweeps state swimming championships

By Jerry Campany on February 11, 2017

Punahou took the boys and girls team titles at the K Mark Takai State Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday, fueled by individual performances by Sydnee Whitty and Lia Foster, who won every event they entered. The Buffanblu boys went down to the last relay to beat Maryknoll and Mid-Pacific for that crown. Here are the complete results: hhsaa 20170209 uh oahu results Here is a little historical perspective from each event, which included two meet records: Girls diving Punahou […]

Pac-Five’s Zhi commits to Georgia Tech

By Nick Abramo on February 3, 2017

Pac-Five swimmer Albert Zhi — a native of China — committed to Georgia Tech this week, according to his club coach and legal guardian Jialin “Sunny” Sun of Sun-shine Aquatics. Zhi broke one individual league record (44.82 seconds, 100-yard freestyle) and was part of another record (3 minutes, 8.87 seconds, 400 freestyle relay) at the Interscholastic League of Honolulu championship meet last weekend. “He is a self-motivator and he wants to be the best he can, academically and athletically,” Sun wrote […]

Five records fall at ILH swim championships

By Jerry Campany on January 29, 2017

MJ Mao led an impressive record haul at the ILH Swimming and Diving championships at Punahou on Saturday, writing his name on the all time list four times to give him a total of five. Mao took part in the 200 medley relay, and 400 free relay on Saturday, both of them league records. He also broke individual records in the 100 breast, and 200 IM to go with the record he set in the 100 fly last year. Here […]

Hwang nets 10 career golds, sets record twice

By Nick Abramo on January 28, 2017

Kalani’s DongJin Hwang finished his remarkable swimming career with two more gold medals at the Oahu Interscholastic Association championships Saturday at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Complex. All told, Hwang has 10 total gold medals in his collection. Hwang also topped his 500-yard freestyle record twice over the weekend. In Friday’s trials, he covered the distance in 4 minutes, 36.58 seconds to break the mark of 4:37.17 he set last year. Then, on Saturday, Hwang, who says he goes by DJ, blazed […]

Retired AD helped Kaiser to Saturday’s title

By Nick Abramo on January 28, 2017

Ted Fukushima retired as athletic director at Kaiser in 1990, but a decision he made a long time ago helped the Cougars’ girls swimming and diving team win the Oahu Interscholastic Association championship Saturday. Kaiser scored 313 points, 29 more than rival Kalani. Fifty of the Cougars’ points came from diving, and as coach Asa Tanaka pointed out, Kaiser is the only OIA school with a diving board. “Through attrition, other schools through the years had to get rid of […]

Roosevelt boys rewrite OIA swim record books

By Jerry Campany on January 28, 2017

The seniors on the Roosevelt boys swim team went out with a bang. Of the 18 gold medals up for grabs at the OIA Swimming and Diving championships on Saturday, the Rough Riders won 16 of them to run away from the team title. Joseph Ahia led the way with three gold medals and league records in each. He was joined by fellow seniors Jun Yueb Yoon (four golds), Jonathan Oba (four), Alex Croll (two), Shawn Saffery (one) and Jacob […]