Many Hawaii Island soccer players have played with Kona Crush Soccer Academy through the years in order to step up their game and move on to the collegiate level.
As the County of Hawaii continues to make progress toward opening up community recreational facilities in phases, some good news came last week for those interested in getting back to swimming at the Kona Community Aquatic Center (KCAC).
UHH men’s basketball coach Kaniela Aiona’s biggest recruit of the summer is still to come. The recently-hired Aiona and his wife, Kelly, are expecting their second child in a few weeks.
There is one less excuse to get out and hit the practice field.
It’s one of the worst sounds an athlete can hear.
After a one-year test run at Division I, Honokaa High football is moving back “where we belong,” athletic director Keith Tolentino said. And for the first time in a decade, BIIF volleyball teams will stay on their side, East or West, during the regular season.
The mid-year open-ocean swim season is officially a wash on the Big Island, and another fishing tournament has been lost as well because of the coronavirus.
If it’s opened, they will come.
Amid the day-to-day grind that can make any job seem like a chore, there are many welcome respites that come with this one.
For UH-Hilo men’s basketball players Damani Whitlock and Jordan Graves, aloha means acceptance.
Thanks to a 14-day quarantine for travelers from out of state that now extends to July 31, UH-Hilo coaches may not be all that close to figuring out the “when” and “what” of their seasons.
Big Island Pop Warner Football president Chad Tolentino has heard from parents who are eager for the season to start.