On its final chance, UH-Hilo’s baseball team hit 21.
KAILUA-KONA — As Kona Crush Soccer Academy Director of Coaching Vinny La Porta puts it, soccer is a dynamic game, and everything can change in an instant.
KAILUA-KONA — You didn’t have to look further than the goal posts at Old Kona Airport Park on Saturday afternoon to get a lesson about the passion that comes with the game of rugby.
Kamehameha’s softball team doesn’t have to look any further than its brothers and sisters on the school’s girls basketball, boys soccer and baseball programs to see that winning state crowns is often a process.
Kamehameha junior Pono Yanagi made a strong second-day run with a 1-under-par 71 at the HHSAA championships on Friday at Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu, showing that he belongs in the same neighborhood among the state’s best golfers.
It wasn’t 41 feet and it wasn’t easy, but Chenoa Frederick is golden again.
About three-quarters of the way through Chenoa Frederick’s 400-meter race, Kamehameha coach Manly Kanoa saw the expression on her face.
Bryce Furuli’s bases-loaded tripled highlighted Kamehameha’s five-run first inning, and the seven-time BIIF champion Warriors rebounded to beat Waianae 7-3 in an HHSAA Division II tournament consolation game at Hans L’Orange Park in Waipahu, Oahu.
Waiakea jumped on the strengths of its pitching and defense to ride into the HHSAA Division I championship, but both were nowhere to be found against Baldwin at Les Murakami Stadium, where the Maui Interscholastic League has now captured the last three state titles.