KAILUA-KONA — Five-time state champion Konawaena is familiar with the role of Goliath, but last week, the Wildcats played the part of David, battling against three nationally ranked squads loaded with college prospects at the prestigious Iolani Classic on Oahu.
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Kaiulani Ahuna closes her Big Island Interscholastic Federation volleyball career with another top honor, and a legacy as Kamehameha’s most accomplished player.
Kona Coast LL holds registration
Ho, ho, ho!
Maurice Miranda has taken more experienced Honokaa soccer teams to Kealakekua and come away empty.
Adam Tabieros is coming home.
Hilo High took control with a big first quarter and never looked back to win the first notable Big Island Interscholastic Federation girls basketball game of the season.
Hilo coach Darryl Yagi is hoping that the school’s new gym will bring back the type of energy seen so frequently under legendary coach Larry Manliguis.
After waiting patiently for three years, Victor Lee and Colin Yates will get their shot to keep Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s powerhouse basketball train rolling.
Waverider tri club presents swim race
HONOLULU — The state of Hawaii watched with pride last Saturday as its own Marcus Mariota was presented with the Heisman Trophy. Perhaps the only other thing that could have made it better was if Mariota also represented the UNIVERSITY of Hawaii.
WAIKOLOA — The excitement at the Hawaii State Open on Sunday is something usually reserved for buzzer-beaters at basketball games.
At one point, Saint Louis coach Keith Spencer could only look at the scorer’s table and state the obvious.
Gehrig Octavio was born into baseball. After all, he was named after New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig, and his dad Luke Octavio played for UH-Hilo from 1989-92.
HILO — University of Hawaii at Hilo men’s basketball coach GE Coleman trumpeted a culture change in his program last season.