The UH-Hilo mens basketball team had a chance to tie Fresno Pacific with 10 seconds left but couldnt convert and fell in an 82-78 loss Saturday in Fresno, Calif., to conclude a winless two-game road trip.
The conditions at Hilo Bay would not be used for a postcard. The water was so choppy that whitecaps crashed over the breakwater wall. There was enough wind to knock a hat off someones head.
Hawaii Preps second win of the season could be enough to get it into the playoffs.
Its a nice partnership between KJ Walker and Javan Perez, HPAs leaders in charge of offense and defense.
KEAAU Darius Olloway and Izayah Chartrand-Penera provided inside-outside production to help Kamehameha to a much-needed win over Honokaa.
One by one Hawaii Preparatory Academy keeps taking down the leagues top contenders.
KEAAU – Kamehameha took the game seriously. The Warriors were defending their home court on Senior night and their unbeaten record. But Hilo was having none of that.
HONOKAA Life in the fast lane on the basketball court suits Kohala just fine.
The UH-Hilo mens basketball team got outmuscled by Point Loma, which looks like a bunch of physical arm wrestlers from San Diego.
Allie Navarette had a game-high 25 points, and her UH-Hilo womens basketball teammates provided much-needed scoring help in their first game to start the New Year.
The UH-Hilo mens basketball team is learning to play without point guard Jordan Graves, who is out indefinitely with a knee injury.
As Pahoa coach Ryan Reyes knows, you cant teach height, and it always helps on the basketball court, so does ball-sharing.
Waiakea will look back and see clutch plays made. Hilo will remember a night when the game got away and only see opportunities lost.
KEAAU It took a little while for Hawaii Preps offense to come alive, but its defense was sharp from start to finish against Kamehameha.
Caiyle Kaupu didnt make a 3-pointer, but she did everything else for Konawaena: scoring, rebounding, setting solid screens and controlling the tempo against Hilo.