Adam Tabieros is coming home.
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Maurice Miranda has taken more experienced Honokaa soccer teams to Kealakekua and come away empty.
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.
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.
The College Football Playoff participants are well represented on The Associated Press All-America team.
Nearly 500 employees at NFL headquarters in New York turned over phone and email records to investigators looking into how Commissioner Roger Goodell and his staff pursued and handled evidence in the Ray Rice case, two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
NEW YORK — Alex Rodriguez faces a diminished role in his return to the New York Yankees, who have stripped A-Rod of his third-base job and plan to limit his role to full-time designated hitter — at most.
The U.S. Olympic Committee will try to land the 2024 Olympics and end a 28-year drought without the Summer Games.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A big boost from the very deep Memphis bench put a stop to the Golden State Warriors’ 16-game winning streak.
CHICAGO — Little League International said it is confident that Chicago’s national championship Little League team did not violate “residency regulations” after investigating allegations that the team added top suburban players to make it stronger.
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.