KEAAU – The idea was to bring together some of the smaller schools in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation for a preseason boys volleyball tournament.
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Besides the good times he’s shared with them off the court, University of Hawaii at Hilo women’s coach David Kaneshiro will remember his eight seniors for their good wins on the court.
Each senior class in any University of Hawaii sport usually leaves an impact on the program, one way or another.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Whether he was piling up majors or playing so poorly that he lost his PGA Tour card, Padraig Harrington never wavered from one goal in golf. Just get him anywhere near the lead with nine holes to play, and he would happily take his chances.
DETROIT — Ndamukong Suh can test the open market when free agency begins March 10 after the Detroit Lions did not use the franchise tag on the star defensive tackle.
BOSTON — There is a defensive end heading for free agency who had 15 sacks in his last full season. The kind of player a team can build a pass rush around, if he were spending more time on the football field and less in the courts fighting domestic abuse charges.
For the last seven years, it’s been a flip flop of title sharing between Kamehameha and Waiakea.
Sean Nearhoof doesn’t want to be that guy. The one who tries so hard to make the big play that he fails to deliver the small one and costs his team.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Rafael Nadal won his first title in nearly nine months Sunday after defeating Juan Monaco 6-4, 6-1 at the Argentina Open.
The season started with promise.
The veteran teams built with a win-now mentality — with scoring stars and strong post players — had the Big Island’s best runs at the HHSAA state tournament.
NEW YORK — Anthony Mason’s game was grit over glitz, more force than flash.
The Kealakehe baseball program has been a work in progress over the last three years under coach Josh Hansen. Baseball on the Big Island is usually dominated by the east side, but Hansen is hoping to buck that trend and he believes he has laid down the foundation for a successful 2015 season.