A trio of women wearing tutus run the 5K portion of the Run For the Hops 10K and 5K races Saturday morning. (Laura Shimabuku/Special to West Hawaii Today)
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With a deep bench, talented catcher and experienced pitching staff, the Konawaena Wildcats are primed for a run at the Big Island Interscholastic Division II title.
KEALAKEKUA —The contest between the top contenders to knock off Kamehameha for the Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division II crown was as close as expected Saturday in the finale of the Keaau Cougar Invitational Tournament at Konawaena’s Gabby Inaba Field.
HONOKAA — Kamehameha sophomore Mykala Tokunaga spent part of the time leading up to this season strengthening her wrist and working on her pitching repertoire.
KEAAU — Opponents should take note when Kamehameha’s volleyball starters are on the bench: The backups are really good.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo rode a pair of strong pitching performances and the hot bat of Rebecca Lee to sweep Holy Names University in a doubleheader Saturday.
HONOLULU — Keith Shamburger converted 12 of 14 free-throw attempts in the final 3 minutes as Hawaii held off Cal State Fullerton 81-77 in a regular-season finale Saturday.
Lia Galdeira cut through the Pacific-12 Conference women’s basketball championships just like she used to on the Big Island Interscholastic Federation level.
The Hawaii Youth Rugby season is underway.
Hilo has enough of everything — pitching, hitting and defense — to throw its hat into the title race but softball coach Leo Sing Chow knows her biggest job is figuring out where everyone fits.
The drive to Sioux City, Iowa, was flat, landlocked and cold, but in some ways the 90-minute ride felt just like home to Toni Beck.
It’s Keaau’s preseason baseball tournament, but it’s played on Konawaena’s home field.
The Big Island is quickly becoming a hotbed of high-caliber rugby talent.
As Hawaii Island was blasted with yet another winter weather advisory over the weekend, the ominous cold and rainy conditions didn’t keep Peaman’s 330th event from taking off without a hitch.
With just a single senior on his roster, Kohala head coach Terrence Alcoran is taking every game as a learning experience.