It was all Waiakea at the BIIF season-opening golf meet on Wednesday at Hilo Muni, where junior Dysen Park and senior Kiersten Saludares won medalist honors, and the Warriors took the team titles.
UH-Hilo freshman Alexis Lacy fired her third straight shutout with a four-hitter over Holy Names on Wednesday at the Vulcans’ field.
Kamehameha and Waiakea produced a sloppy but entertaining BIIF volleyball match Friday night in the season-opener.
The UH-Hilo baseball team started out 9-2, which was wonderful. But after two non-conference series against San Diego Christian and Minnesota Crookston, they went 0-2 in a PacWest road trip against Hawaii Pacific, which was not wonderful.
Everyone is gone from the Kamehameha boys volleyball team that captured the BIIF title in 2019, the last year the state tournament was held.
The UH-Hilo basketball team did almost everything right in the fourth quarter against Academy of Art on Thursday.
The cat is out of the bag for the UH-Hilo women’s basketball team, which embarrassed Chaminade 89-49 with a school-record 17 3-pointers, including 6 of 8 from Sierra Cavaletto last Friday.
It’ll be another uphill battle for the UH-Hilo basketball team, which will play its biggest game of the season without its best defensive player, Ethan Jetter, who last played in a loss to Biola on Jan. 29.
UH-Hilo women’s basketball coach David Kaneshiro was named PacWest coach of the year on Tuesday.
O’shen Cazimero started with a dunk and got better from there.
James Yamasaki has turned into a legitimate ace for the UH-Hilo baseball team, which opens PacWest play on the road against Hawaii Pacific.
KEAAU —Darius Olloway was back, but Kamehameha simply couldn’t handle Kahuku’s athleticism, particularly the size and speed of the OIA visitors, on the basketball court.
Kohala finally captured that elusive BIIF championship with an emphatic victory over Hawaii Prep.
In the BIIF championship, Hilo senior Trey Une played the best game of his life against Kamehameha, leading the Vikings to their first title in over a decade.
Keaau came out energized, played extremely hard and had a good shot to upset Waiakea in the BIIF basketball playoffs but couldn’t stop committing turnovers.
When Garrison Higgins took a recruiting trip to Ohio Northern, the former Konawaena quarterback quickly discovered why the Division III football team’s nickname is the Polar Bears.