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VIDEO: Division I state champion Punahou

By Paul Honda on February 18, 2018

Coach Darren Matsuda and senior guards Zayne Chong and Cole Arceneaux chat after Punahou’s 64-37 title-game win over Kahuku in the final of the Snapple/HHSAA Boys Basketball State Championships on Friday night at Stan Sheriff Center. Chong was named tournament most outstanding player, and Arceneaux was selected to the all-tournament team.

VIDEO: Division II state champion St. Francis

By Paul Honda on February 18, 2018

Brothers Kameron Ng and Kordel Ng chat after St. Francis defeated Damien 76-52 in the final of the Snapple/HHSAA Boys Basketball Division II State Championships. Kameron Ng, a junior, was named the tournament’s most outstanding player. Kordel Ng was named to the All-Tournament team.

VIDEO: Ikei, Takenaka among state winners

By Nick Abramo on February 17, 2018

Kaiser’s Tiare Ikei scored a 4-1 victory over Kamehameha’s Ashley Gooman in the 112-pound final at the state wrestling championships Thursday at Blaisdell Arena was one of the most anticipated matches of the night. You can watch it below on video, along with these three other matches from Thursday: >> Boys 170 final: Kaysen Takenaka (‘Iolani) def. Keanu Punley (Leilehua), 5-0 >> Girls 97 final: Xiaolin Mai (Roosevelt) def. Allicia Mahoe (Kapolei), 3-1 >> Girls 107 final: Sami Saribay (Lahainaluna) […]

VIDEO: Cabanban’s fourth state title

By Nick Abramo on February 17, 2018

Corey Cabanban went up one weight class each year and conquered them all. The Saint Louis senior won his fourth state wrestling title Thursday night, this one at 126 pounds to go along with the ones he won at 120, 113 and 106. He is only the fifth Hawaii boys wrestler to get four. The others are ‘Iolani’s Patrick Higa (1983-86), Saint Louis’ Jonathan Spiker (2000-03) and Brandon Low (2003-06), and Mid-Pacific’s Josh Terao (2011-14). Below, watch Cabanban’s 7-2 victory […]

VIDEO: Best matches from state semifinals

By Nick Abramo on February 15, 2018

Below are wrestling videos from the state wrestling semifinals at Blaisdell Arena on Thursday. >> Boys 113 semifinal: Hunter Nagatani (Leilehua) def. Ikua Tihada (Lahainaluna), 6-3 >> Boys 126 semifinal: Corey Cabanban (Saint Louis) def. Zeff Dudoit (Lahainaluna), 13-2 >> Boys 126 semifinals: Casen Watanabe (Punahou) def. Logan Garcia (Moanalua), fall >> Girls 132 semifinal: Paige Respicio (Kamehameha) def. Gabrielle Perez (Moanalua), 7-2 >> Girls 132 semifinal: Roselani Ikei (Kaiser) def. Viviana Barcina (Kahuku), fall >> Boys 170 semifinal: Keanu […]

VIDEO: No. 1 Kamehameha vs. Pearl City Shootout

By Paul Honda on February 10, 2018

Highlights of overtime and two sets of penalty-kick shootouts between No. 1-seeded Kamehameha and Pearl City in the quarterfinal round of The Queen’s Medical Center/HHSAA Girls Soccer State Championships at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. Pearl City won in the second set of PKs, a sudden death victory on freshman Soraya Santos‘ score, capping a 1-0 upset win.

VIDEO: No. 1 Maryknoll vs. No. 2 Konawaena

By Paul Honda on February 5, 2018

The battle in the trenches turned into a test of wills. Konawaena trailed at the half, 22-17, then got a layup from Cherilyn Molina and a corner 3 by Caiyle Kaupu to tie the game at 22. From there, the second-seeded Wildcats took control of the tempo and upset top-seeded Maryknoll, making it four consecutive state titles for Konawaena and nine crowns in the past 15 years under Coach Bobbie Awa.

VIDEO: OIA West Division championships

By Nick Abramo on January 29, 2018

Five matches from the OIA West wrestling championships Saturday are shown below. The matches are: >> Boys 195 final: Alize Wright (Campbell) def. Tao Tuulima (Kapolei), 6-5 >> Boys 170 third place: Gianni Oyadomari (Kapolei) def. Kachi Respicio (Campbell), 6-4 >> Girls 138 final: Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae (Waianae) def. Wynter Brown (Pearl City), 8-3 >> Girls 155 final: Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) def. Nina Seoane (Pearl City), 11-5 >> Boys 170 final: Kasey Kikuyama (Pearl City) def. Keanu Punley (Leilehua), 3-0