If you like surprises in your races, the 21st renewal of the Hilo marathon was just for you.
The feeling doesn’t leave. It seems to grow stronger, and as time goes by, you are aware it’s ceaseless, craving your attention.
KAILUA-KONA — After allowing Kealakehe to creep back into a heated first set, Kamehameha head coach Sam Thomas called his team into a huddle.
UH-Hilo senior Cyanne Fernandez pitched five-plus innings to upset No. 3 Dixie State 4-2 in the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday at the campus field, but the Vulcans missed out on a chance at a season-defining sweep when the Trailblazers stormed back in the second game.
Soccer in the morning, soccer in the afternoon, soccer at night.
Sometimes it’s better to be lucky AND good.