Kamehameha hammered Kaimuki 17-2 in the Division II state softball first round on Wednesday on Maui.
Shelley Nakasone, a Waiakea graduate and a WNBA and college basketball official, is returning home to hold the inaugural Hawaii Officials Camp from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Panaewa Gym.
The No. 41 UH-Hilo men’s tennis team fell to No. 4 Hawaii Pacific 4-1 on Monday at the NCAA Division II West Regionals at Oahu’s Kailua Racquet Club.
Kamehameha had its ugliest performance on Saturday in its past nine appearances at the Division II state baseball championships, a bitter pill to swallow for the seven seniors.
Skylar Thomas always could hit the curveball, especially when life throws something unexpected her way.
The UH-Hilo baseball team closed its season with a doubleheader loss to No. 21 Azusa Pacific on the road on Thursday.
Hilo withstood Claymon Morante’s match-high 29 kills and defeated Waiakea 33-31, 25-13, 20-25, 25-22 in a BIIF volleyball showdown on Tuesday night at the Vikings gym.
KEAAU — Ka’u twin towers Tyson Junior Kuahuia-Faafia and Kealiikoa Reyes Nalu hammered a combined 49 kills to spark a 26-24, 18-25, 25-14, 25-13 win over Christian Liberty on Thursday night at the Canefire’s Old Mill Fieldhouse.
The UH-Hilo and Hawaii Pacific baseball teams know each other so well, which happens when you play 22 times like the two did last season.
Hilo’s Leo Saito captured third place at the 8th annual Drive, Chip, Putt National Finals on Sunday in the boys 10-11 year-old division at the Augusta National Golf Club, where the Masters kicks off today.
UH-Hilo golfer Kaelyn Uchida fired a par 72 to tie for second place after the first round of the West Texas A&M Desert Invite on Monday at Arizona.
It’ll be worth the wait for the UH-Hilo men’s tennis team, which debuts it new courts against No. 4 Hawaii Pacific on Saturday.
Peyton Pana and the Hilo basketball team’s goal was always the BIIF championship, last captured in 2010, and during that decade-long stretch rivals Kamehameha, Konawaena, and Waiakea took turns and grabbed the title.
Kelsie Imai will be waiting with anticipation in Waco, Texas, on Friday when the No. 15 seed UH Rainbow Wahine take on No. 2 seed Baylor in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Alexis Lacy continued her brilliant pitching in Game 1, and the UH-Hilo softball team’s bats came alive in Game 2 against Dominican.
Conor Hunt, a 2020 Hawaii Prep graduate, is transferring from Georgetown to Rice, going from Washington, D.C. to Houston, where he’ll be reunited with a few friends on the football team.