Kamehameha’s Jonathan DeMotta said he felt butterflies, but they hardly showed.
Kamehameha senior goalkeeper Jameson Sato stood and delivered for 100 minutes of HHSAA Division II tournament boys soccer before making a decision that could only come from a leader.
There was a message posted on the Hawaii Prep World wrestling page last weekend questioning the way the HHSAA doles out championship berth and seeds.
Hilo High’s players probably knew what was in store for them before they got to practice. Fielding drills, and a lot them.
Waiakea boys coach David Urakami has watched his team get overwhelmed by technically sound and superior Oahu soccer talent before, so he can recognize it when he sees it.
When you’re a sophomore pitcher such as Dylan Spain who got in precious little high school experience, you figure to endure high and lows.
By any view, he was not only among a flood of fully-loaded, ready-to-go National Football League stars on the 2008 Oregon football team, he was one of the stars himself, right up there with the big names in Eugene.
The high school season is finished, but now is not a time of rest for many of Hawaii Prep’s club swimmers. They have Monday off, but than it’s back to work Tuesday.