Hilo freshman Keirstyn Agonias rose to the occasion in a preseason game against Waiakea that felt more like a do-or-die postseason battle.
It was one of those nights for the UH-Hilo basketball team when the shots just didn’t fall and another way was needed to post a victory.
Last season, Waiakea finally traded places with Hilo, which had been Konawaena’s shadow on the basketball court.
UH-Hilo jumped over the trap door with relative ease, clobbering Fresno Pacific to remain in the hunt for a PacWest postseason berth.
Back pressed against the wall, UH-Hilo dominated in the blocking and digging departments and returned to form in a much-needed sweep against Point Loma on senior day, which provided a significant amount of inspiration.
Last Saturday in San Diego, Brandon Ha bench-pressed 435 pounds to set a United States Powerlifting Association world record, which isn’t much of a surprise, maybe only to himself.
Azusa Pacific stuffed UH-Hilo’s best weapons — blocking and balance — into a tomato can and kicked it down the street.
UH-Hilo senior Jared Kinoshita looks forward to the Dennis Rose Invitational, where his good golf comes into play.
The UH-Hilo volleyball team battled past upset-minded Dominican and road-trip fatigue to win its fifth straight on Thursday in San Rafael, Calif.
A pair of ILH teams put up monster stats and swept HHSAA Division II regulars Konawaena and Hawaii Prep in the first round Wednesday on Oahu.