Nearly 150 young athletes and coaches attended the second annual Jimmy Yagi Summer Hoops Camp held July 21-24 in Hilo.
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Bree Wee was frustrated during the middle leg of the Ironman Canada race Sunday.
A diminutive woman from Japan made the biggest splash on an otherwise quiet day at the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament.
San Bruno took advantage of three errors and held on to beat Hilo 3-2 in the PONY Baseball Colt West Zone tournament on Monday in San Jose, Calif.
HPA to host fun run/dog walk benefit
Rocky Franich remembers the days when “the King Kamehameha Hotel was at one end of town and the Kona Inn was at the other end of town.”
When Doug MacIlroy reached into into his bag Sunday at Naniloa Golf Course, his options for shot selections were endless.
The run is over.
Two years after his passing, Greg Cameron’s competitive spirit and passion for athletics is still going strong through the Firemen’s Fund Biathlon.
Jerome Kanuha knows that some people were unhappy that the start of the Wahine Marlin Fishing Tournament was changed to accommodate Saturday’s Keliipoaimoku Keiki Long Distance Canoe race in Kailua Bay.
At Kekuaokalani Gym, Kailua-Kona
As Kallen Hiraishi talked on the phone from California on Saturday night, some on Lil Soljahs could be heard running around in the background.
Everyone knows the story of the “Little Engine that Could,” but Saturday at the Huggo’s Wahine Fishing Tournament the Ka’eo Hawaii team wrote the story of the “Little Boat that Could,” putting on a performance that will certainly go down in tournament lore.
Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament founder Peter Fithian admits that his experience being the manager at Augusta National Golf Club heavily influenced his idea more than a half-century ago to host a big-game fishing tournament in Kailua-Kona.
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