All of the Hilo Bronco All-Stars walked confidently to the plate, and most brought a neon orange bat with them.
Just Us wins HIGA/Hilo Muni Golf tourney
Emma Taylor ran away with this honor – literally – on Maui by doubling up on gold in the hurdles for the second consecutive year at the HHSAA track and field championships.
Konawaena multisport standout Shayli Nakamoto signed her letter of intent Tuesday for an academic scholarship, and will play soccer at Southern Virginia University, a four-year, liberal arts institute in Buena Vista, Virginia.
HPA golf benefit set for June 5
The Paradise Roller Girls won a bout Saturday night against Pacific Roller Derby of Oahu at Afook-Chinec Civic Auditorium. The Paradise Roller Girl travel to Kailua-Kona this Saturday to take on the Echo City Knockouts.
WAIMEA —After a late start, Hawaii Preparatory Academy and Konawaena battled until near darkness in the final game of the inaugural Big Island high school lacrosse season last week.
Tuesday: 1 for 5, two RBIs, two runs scored in 10-2 win
In an event focused on training rather than finishing time, the Goatman Triathlon took place just up the road from Kailua Kona Sunday morning.
BIIF Division II girls basketball of late has been all about Honokaa and Kamehameha.
HONOLULU — It has been said (with little argument) that no college in America sends off its senior student-athletes quite like the University of Hawaii, and that again was the case during Sunday’s touching “Senior Night” festivities following the Rainbow Warriors’ baseball home finale at Les Murakami Stadium.
The best of times for the University of Hawaii-Hilo baseball program probably came 32 years ago when the Vulcans generated a school-record 41 victories with a roster of mostly local players who wanted it a little more and kept finding new ways to win games.
By KEVIN JAKAHI
It was indeed a field day for the BIIF on Maui – Kaui Taylor, Meagan Kualii and Mehana Sabado-Halpern made sure of that.