It has become a running joke for the UH-Hilo volleyball team that comfort comes when matches go five sets because it’s such a frequent occurrence.
Now that’s a road trip that Lindsey Poulsen would have appreciated.
Dylan Spain pitched three games in the Florida Coast League before the Atlanta Braves’ rookie league affiliate had seen enough.
There was little doubt the San Francisco Giants were gigantic underdogs to win the National League West title, which the Los Angeles Dodgers won the last eight years, including the World Series during the Covid-shortened 2020 season.
It was party in Milwaukee, and one of the team’s newest players, Kolten Wong, and youngest fans, Kash Kaha Wong, were at the center of it all.
It was a bittersweet first home match for the UH-Hilo volleyball team, which beat a tough foe in Biola but lost one of its best players to injury in senior opposite Alex Parisian, who injured her knee in the second set and didn’t return.
Misaki Saito believes her son Leo’s golfing success comes from Tiger’s hat.
UH-Hilo women’s soccer coach Gene Okamura never wants to see his team allow a goal, but considering its rousing comeback, he was sort of able to appreciate this one.
Mayor Mitch Roth loosened restrictions Monday, increasing the limit for sports participants at outdoor county facilities to 25, but two youth organization presidents weren’t celebrating, at least not yet.
Hawaii cornerback Cameron Lockridge hears them during road games
For nearly two decades, the UH-Hilo men’s soccer team wasn’t competitive at all, running a 12-year losing streak and gaining ground on the baseball program’s national record for futility, a 26-year skid.
Certain interested if not antsy spectators showed up to sneak a peek Sunday at UH-Hilo’s men’s soccer match.