Anyone who strolls into Dr. Frank Ferren’s office may be in for quite the surprise. Most would expect to witness a mass collection of trophies, Koa wooden bowls, and an endless count of finisher medals for a man whose life is fueled by his passion for sports.
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Kealakehe made the trip south to Konawaena for a westside rivalry game Thursday night, and much was on the line as both schools entered the contest fighting for the third seed in Divison I with the Big Island Interscholastic Federation playoffs inching closer.
Aidan Alcos needed only a fraction of the first half to record a hat trick as the Makua Lani Lions defeated the Konawaena Wildcats, 4-1, Wednesday at Old Kona Airport Park.
Konawaena guard Aloha Salem is quickly establishing herself as one of the best 3-point shooters in the state.
HONOLULU – The University of Hawaii men’s basketball team returns to the Stan Sheriff Center for a pair of crucial Big West Conference showdowns vs. Long Beach State on Thursday and Cal State Northridge on Saturday.
Kamehameha’s boys soccer team got a good look at the bottom of the Division II standings when it was shut out in its first three matches.
PAHOA — Tolby Saito scored a career-high 39 points, hitting five 3-pointers, to carry Pahoa over Hawaii Prep 57-46 in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation boys basketball game Tuesday night at the Daggers Gym.
KEAAU – You’ll have to forgive Pahoa wrestling coach Elvis Lum if he felt a little cheated.
HONOLULU – After last Saturday’s Big West Conference men’s basketball showdown between UC Irvine and Hawaii, two things were apparent:
St. Michael’s Golf Tournament
KAILUA-KONA — It’s been a long few weeks for Miguel Angel Jimenez.
Players attacked the front nine of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai early on Saturday, shaking up the standings and setting up a potential drama-filled day surrounded by a whirlwind of cigar smoke on Sunday.
Chanelle Molina scored a season-high 29 points, and everyone in a Konawaena uniform had a good time, including her cousin Aloha Salem.
All the favorites won at the Big Island Interscholastic Federation canoe paddling championships, where perseverance produced gold.
Waiakea girls soccer coach Jason Nakayama hailed Saturday’s hallmark victory as simply another step along the journey.