UH-Hilo’s men’s tennis team is stuck in Surprise Land and loving every minute of it.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — They did it!
KEAAU – Kamehameha’s Andy Correa had just finished coaching his second baseball game Saturday, but more work was ahead.
Another installment of an interisland tennis rivalry to determine a trip to nationals, anyone?
An all-star through and through since she first stepped on to a high school field, Kiarra Lincoln has come through with bigger hits, but few were as fitting as this one.
The words Hilo and tennis don’t coexist without a fair amount of patience, which is something Wu Chun-En of Taiwan learned all to well as a freshman in 2018.
Waiakea alum Mina Poppas may never have found her way to her Division I college home in New England if not for Kira Parker.
UH-Hilo golfer Dustin Franko has been a busy guy, doing more than the typical student or athlete.
Outside hitter Bria Beale, middle blocker Ashton Jessee and setter Kendall Kott were recognized Wednesday for helping to make UH-Hilo the class of Hawaii this spring with spots on the all-PacWest Hawaii pod team.
Frank Degele’s young Pahoa softball team had given him everything he wanted since returning to the field.
UH-Hilo’s softball team advanced to the postseason without having to lift a finger.
Kamehameha senior golfer Dillon Ah Chong didn’t add a BIIF championship to his trophy collection, but he got the next best thing — a final meet against rising Kealakehe sophomore Kevin Yamashita that felt like one.
BIIF golfers have one more chance this season to prove themselves as the best on the island.
Let’s play four more.
Hilo’s fluorescent green jerseys were a dead giveaway. This wasn’t Vikings-Warriors baseball.
With only a few games to play and no BIIF championship waiting at the finish line, a season-defining game is hard to come by this year for Big Island high school teams.