Thane Milhoan was always at BIIF sporting events, especially at football, filming games.
The UH-Hilo baseball team starts practice Friday, looking to get back into the swing of things after a pandemic shutdown.
The schedules haven’t been set yet, but at least some of the UH-Hilo teams are getting back to practice.
Kahu Zeke Tomaselli jokes that eight years ago he was the Hilo High football team’s equipment manager.
Emily Turmelle misses BIIF sports as much as anybody. The Keaau senior has the calendar covered, competing in volleyball, soccer, and judo.
Where are they now? A successful lawyer, St. Joe alum Paul Geiger doesn’t let Chicago winters keep him from surfing
Paul Geiger grew up surfing at Honolii and never left the water even when he moved to Chicago.
Gene Okamura is ready to pull double duty again.
Kamau Maka‘ike is learning to tolerate the cold weather in Berea, Ohio.
Former assistant Jay Blanco is the football coach at Kohala High School, replacing Chad Atkins, who said “he’s able to sleep at night knowing he fought for his players.”
Neill Carvalho goes back to his roots, honoring the St. Joseph coaches and teachers who shaped him long ago.
Despite a canceled minor league season, Micah Bello’s job remains the same: find a way to improve.
Lacey Uchida was itching to get back on the golf course after last playing competitively in winning the Hawaii state amateur in March.
The NCAA Division I Council announced Wednesday that men’s and women’s basketball would start Nov. 25, keeping the hopes of March Madness alive and showing the disparity between the lower divisions.
The wait has been long enough for Keli‘i Montibon, who hasn’t seen action on Oregon State’s football field since 2018.
Clayton Uyechi made the most of his time with the UH-Hilo baseball team and the opportunities that followed.
It has not been a smooth ride for Hilo’s Kodi Medeiros as he climbs the minor league ladder to the Chicago White Sox.
Where are they now? Sagara climbed baseball coaching ladder to Rangers’ system, and he still has eye on majors
Brendan Sagara has been around baseball forever, pitching at UH-Hilo from 1992 to 1996, when he went 8-2 with a 3.52 ERA as a senior.
When Mike Trapasso visits the Big Island, he doesn’t just fly back to Oahu with a nice tan, but he also returns with a nice collection of baseball talent.
Tilini Livai and Jordan Loeffler first met at Hilo High and found themselves together again on the Fresno State football team though vastly different circumstances.
Cliff Dias has always lived by a motto: Service to others and a special generosity toward kids.