KEALAKEKUA — Kealakehe had seen this movie before.
KEALAKEKUA — Hawaii Prep senior Zach Chaikin only needs one word to motivate him — mediocre.
Kamehameha’s pipeline of sending Warriors off to college on scholarships continues to grow, and Grayson Cosier is the director of the latest production.
Some of the same questions get asked every year, of every player drafted. Reporters gather around a speakerphone, and team media-relations staffers connect them with the giddy young man who has just been announced as the newest NFL player.
One is left to wonder how low Jared Kinoshita could have gone if he had another 18 holes to work with.
KOHALA COAST — By the time the leaders teed off at Hapuna Golf Course on Tuesday, the wind had died down, but the greens were not as forgiving.
Taylor Patrick, Jared Kinoshita and UH-Hilo were on the move during the second round at the Pacific West Conference golf championships in Surprise, Ariz.
Waiakea’s BIIF judo juggernaut is worthy of co-honorees.
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KEALAKEKUA — Playing out of the top tier in the BIIF provided its fair share of learning moments for Konawaena, and it also rarely gave the Wildcats a night off or an easy out. In an iron sharpens iron type of way, routinely facing off against the Big Island’s best primed Konawaena for playoff volleyball.