WAIMEA — Hawaii Prep’s skeleton crew of 21 players was running out of gas late in the fourth quarter against a hard-charging King Kekaulike squad.
KEAAU – Pahoa’s defense came out ferocious and fiery, swarming to the ball and attacking the line of scrimmage in forcing four consecutive three-and-outs.
Aunty Janelle Pascua is Honokaa’s friendly face, who bleeds Dragon green and is all over the place when it comes to BIIF sports.
KAILUA-KONA — Heading into the final day of the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament, the tournament was Malibu Marlin Club-Topanga Beach’s to lose.
HONOKAA — The Dragons didn’t need to let it fly on Friday night. Instead, Honokaa kept things grounded in its season opener against Waimea, pulling away with a fourth quarter touchdown run for a 20-14 victory.
KAILUA-KONA — The crowd that braved the heat — and then the rain — shouted out guesses at Kailua Pier on Thursday afternoon as the first marlin to be weighed at the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament came to shore.
KEALAKEKUA — If there’s a team that knows about learning from its losses, it’s Konawaena.
One only needed to take a quick glance at Waiakea’s girls volleyball practice earlier this week to determine that the retooled Warriors are as recognizable as ever.
Tiani Bello and Nani Spaar started as freshmen for Kamehameha, which has watched Hilo and Waiakea grab the volleyball golden seats.