At this point, it’d be reasonable to wonder if Randan Berinobis is some form of superhero.
KAILUA-KONA — Blake Nakagawa loves looking at his expanding collection trophies and medals, although the 6-year-old golfer has to look up to do so because the trophy rack is set up high enough to avoid Lyman, his 10-month-old golden retriever, who loves nothing more than to chew on the awards.
Waiakea has hired Neil Azevedo, one of its old stars, to flip the fortunes of the football program, which finished 1-9 overall and 0-7 in BIIF play last season.
Out of state just like she’d always wanted and with college costs out of the way, Allie Navarette was comfortable in her skin when she got here.
Competition brings out the best in competitors, and that’s been the case with Konawaena, which often finds itself playing musical chairs on the diamond with Hawaii Prep.
This honor could have gone to midfield maestro Tyler Waltjen, defensive backbone Justin Kenoi or HHSAA D-II Most Outstanding Player Jonathan DeMotta, but the pick is Kamehameha’s senior goalkeeper, both for his selflessness and stellar play.
KEALAKEKUA — The setting seemed all too appropriate for Konawaena’s core four.