KAILUA-KONA — There was a feeling of familiarity for Kamehameha-Hawaii as the final seconds ticked off the clock in the BIIF water polo championship game at Kona Community Aquatic Center on Saturday.
HILO – Waiakea outside hitter Ty Nishimura stood out among the pile of errors in a volleyball match that also featured equal parts entertainment and momentum swings.
Milwaukee Brewers farmhand Kodi Medeiros earned a promotion to a Low-A affiliate in Wisconsin, where the 2014 Waiakea graduate will experience his first full season of pro ball, and endure a six-month, 139-game meat grinder.
Hokulia, par 72
Keesha Matsuoka looked good in practice for Honokaa and Tyrah Fernandez finally was able to practice.
Saturday at Hawaii Prep
Kealakehe looking for coaches
Kamehameha’s Meagan Kualii had a very busy day competing in the fourth BIIF track and field meet of the season on Saturday at Hawaii Preparatory Academy. Kualii competed in five events at the meet, the 100-meter dash, 100-hurdles, 4x100-relay, triple jump and long jump.
KEAAU – Just four weeks ago, they were wrestling their way to medals at the HHSAA championships in divisions 36 pounds apart.
WAIMEA — Kamehameha and Hawaii Prep remained undefeated, and Kealakehe and Konawaena gained some separation from the field Saturday at Dowsett Pool, setting up a pair of hefty matchups for the final full card of the season next weekend.
Right off the bat, the St. Louis Cardinals get an early showdown against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, and the Major League Baseball season-opener will be televised at 2 p.m. Sunday on ESPN2, putting Hilo’s Kolten Wong in the spotlight once again.
Participants take off for the start of the 34th annual Mac-A-Thon in Honaunau. The race is touted as oldest annual 5/10K race on Hawaii Island. The race course took participants on the government road that extends from Honaunau Bay, round trip to Napoopoo. Results were not available for the race.
If you play a team sport at Kamehameha and you’re not competing for Big Island Interscholastic Federation championships, then you stand out, and not in the a positive way.
Hilo playing Waiakea in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation baseball postseason has been a foregone conclusion of late.