From the Pacific to Volcano, there are two more sure signs that athletes and organizers are ready for a return to normalcy.
This month, the Olympics will finally commence after a year-long delay due to COVID-19.
PHOENIX — Chris Paul waited 16 years to get to the NBA Finals, bringing with him a team starving for its first championship.
It was a game where coaches on each side encouraged their teams by echoing the same rallying cry – “We aren’t done yet” – and they were right.
Jerrell Alston’s work is done here, even as the Hilo Little League All-Stars are just starting to dig in for what they hope will be a long day of baseball ahead.
By MATT GERHART
Konawaena football players Hezekiah “Kiah” Anahu-Ambrosio and younger brother Zedekiah Anahu-Ambrosio were recently offered scholarships by Brigham Young, the Division I FBS school that has former Wildcat defensive end Alex Muti on its roster.
On a historic Monday, all NCAA athletes were ruled eligible to make money from business ventures with their names, images, and likenesses (NIL) without losing their eligibility. The
NEW YORK — Shohei Ohtani was done early. Jared Walsh and the rest of the Los Angeles Angels certainly were not.
Whatever happens for David Noworyta during his ongoing playing career, this is where he belongs.
LOS ANGELES — Tears welled in Chris Paul’s eyes. A message in black ink on his shoes said it all: Can’t give up now.
Hilo 13-year-old Jake Otani summed up 22 suspenseful holes at the Club at Hokulia in a manner that golfers of all ages and backgrounds can appreciate.
Kaili Pila worked for everything she got on the volleyball court, whether it was playing time or her scholarship to Columbia Basin.
As an eighth grader, Keegan Scanlan had a front-row seat to the greatest BIIF basketball championship comeback victory, for either boys or girls, in the league’s history in 2016.
Kaupena Yasso is packing his considerable basketball skills, a cooler of food, and the aloha spirit to Vermont, where he’ll play ball for Castleton University.