State lawmakers have made an initial push to bring Brazilian jiu-jitsu into Hawaii’s schools.
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Lavaman Waikoloa has attracted athletes from around the globe to the Kohala Coast for nearly two decades, but what has race director Gerry Rott most excited for the 19th running of the event this Sunday is the abundance of local, talented youth athletes registered to take on the course.
WAIKOLOA — As the sun started its decent on the horizon, the grounds around the Queens’ Marketplace were bustling with action as more than 200 participants gathered for the Lavaman Sunset 5K run on Friday.
KAILUA-KONA — Led by the hot bat of Breianna McLeod, the Kealakehe offense slugged its way to an 11-7 victory over visiting Konawaena Thursday evening. McLeod capped off a five run second inning with an a 2-run inside-the-park home run to lead the Waveriders to victory over their westside rival.
KEAAU — Hilo pitcher Zoe Cabarloc was all smiles, something of a rarity for the young ace, who showed poise beyond her years in a much-anticipated ballgame.
In celebration of its 20th year, thousands ventured out to Saturday’s sold out the Kona Brewer’s Festival — a community fundraising event featuring craft beer, savory island style cuisine, live music and entertainment.
The search is over.
To say water polo is a passion for Bailey Walters would be a major understatement.
Each year, nearly 2,000 triathletes gather along the Big Island’s Kohala Coast at Waikoloa Beach Resort to participate in the Hawaii’s largest Olympic Distance Triathlon – popularly known as Lavaman.
KEAAU – In a matter of minutes last Friday in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation game of the year so far, Kamehameha’s Kobi Candaroma went from would-be hero to walk-off loser.
HONOLULU – After challenging non-conference schedules, the University of Hawaii baseball and softball teams will each open Big West Conference play this weekend.
Colleen Aubrey produced four more hits Wednesday and has 43 on the season.
In the long history of the Haili Volleyball Tournament, a Big Island team has won the men’s AA title — the top division — only twice, but with an asterisk both times.
For at least one day, Honokaa coach Wesley Fujimoto wishes the dimensions at Honokaa Park weren’t as deep as they are. If so, the Dragons might have had a thrilling comeback Tuesday.