Mark the date Feb. 14 on your calendar, and this has nothing to do with Valentine’s Day.
The main event at next weekend’s BIIF girls basketball semifinals is an expected matchup between Hilo and Konawaena, both of which have arguments as top 10 teams in the state.
As a small contingent of Concordia fans started whooping it up and the Eagles players followed suit Tuesday night at Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium, UH-Hilo men’s basketball coach GE Coleman already was looking ahead.
Valentinas Ulinas scored 17 points Thursday night and Michael Hughes added 15 as Hawaii Prep beat Pahoa 68-43 in Waimea to match Waiakea with a 6-0 mark in BIIF boys basketball.
Hilo’s Riley Patterson took the ball on the right flank near his bench and cut in toward Waiakea’s goal.
KEAAU – Considering all the scoring chances they’d accumulated during their past three halves – all of which they came up scoreless in– the Kamehameha Warriors weren’t going to fret about a one-goal halftime deficit.
Kelsie Imai • basketball
KEAAU – This truly is a new chapter for Hawaii Prep swimming. Several chapters, in fact.
College football is a madhouse environment 12 months a year, both for those inside the game and those who follow it with an almost religious devotion as fans.