PAHOA – The pandemic hasn’t been a total loss for Pahoa High senior Carlo Daquioag.
It took a village of pitchers in the first game and enough offensive juice in a four-inning second game to power a small city for UH-Hilo’s baseball team to get out of town with what it wanted.
UH-Hilo’s Leah Gonzales is often the change-of-pace arm that’s best used coming out of the bullpen.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo men’s golf team saw encouraging signs for the near future and beyond Sunday at Pearl City Country Club.
HONOKAA – It wasn’t even 1:30 p.m. on a sunny Saturday in North Hawaii, and Aiden Joaquin had a chance to look forward to the remainder of his day.
Shocking even herself en route to winning the Newcastle Cup and regaining the No. 1 ranking, four-time world champion Carissa Moore of Hawaii landed an air reverse Friday at the world tour event in Australia, earning the highest single-wave score of the event so far, a near-perfect 9.90.
Jacob Igawa grew up in Hilo watching University of Hawaii baseball stalwarts from a decade ago, reeling off names such as Kolten Wong, Vinnie Catricala and Pi’ikea Kitamura.
Changes in latitude may well bring about changes in attitude, but not aptitude for Alfred University freshman Jamie Chun.
Lucky and blessed are two words that Christian Liberty boys volleyball coach Gary Oertel reminds his team about everyday. Not every Big Island school, after all, was practicing Monday and gearing up for its long-awaited return to competition.
INDIANAPOLIS — Now comes the hard part for Gonzaga.
Bright spots can be hard to come by when an opponent scores six runs in the second inning, but one presented itself for the University of Hawaii baseball team: the bullpen.
As UH-Hilo’s women’s volleyball team reels off win after win against two teams that finished in the top third during the last Pacific West Conference season, the thought has to be rolling around a few players’ minds.
Jacob Igawa was the University of Hawaii’s offense in the first game of a doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara.
Pahoa High’s Hoku Haliniak probably never thought she’d be so cheerful just to be giving a temperature check.
INDIANAPOLIS — UCLA has made more trips to the Final Four than any program but North Carolina.