KEAAU – For most of their BIIF Division I volleyball semifinal, one couldnt accuse Kamehamehas Warriors of being front-runners.
KEALAKEKUA After battling through 16 innings in the first two games, both Konawaena and Hawaii Prep entered the rubber match of a best-of-3 BIIF Division II semifinal baseball series with some pretty thin pitching staffs.
KEAUHOU With the afternoon clouds rolling in, Waiakea head coach Bill Brilhante clapped his hands and delivered his motivational slogan with a grin.
A fresh opportunity for graduating high school football players will be available in January when Hawaii 8, a new spring semester football league will conduct its inaugural season.
KAILUA-KONA As the ball rolled slowly down the first base line it felt like every man, woman and child in the vicinity of Kealakehe High School was holding their breath.
KAILUA-KONA Kamehameha could be given a pass for its lack of celebration after claiming another BIIF Division II softball title.
What started at 3 p.m. Saturday didnt end until the last half-hour before midnight.
It was gold-collecting day, otherwise known as the BIIF individual championships where Waiakea senior Raelyn Ai-Yoneda and Hilo senior Hula Kahookaulana stamped their legacies as four-time champs.