Aloha ball never felt so elusive.
KEAAU – Its not as catchy as they came, they saw, they conquered, but it will do: Kamehameha expected it, fought for it and got it
Aunty Maile Mauhili, who made the ocean her home and loved canoe paddling with all her heart, died Oct. 19 at her home in Keaukaha. She was 85 years old.
Its a business trip, a revenge tour and a conference of PacWest contenders all wrapped into one short trip to Honolulu.
Its not a large crowd, but its a presence, nevertheless.
Perhaps UH-Hilos men soccer team had been looking up for too long.
The picks are in, and though they are not flattering, theyre equally nonbinding.
The Panaewa 14-year-old Pop Warner football team will hold a Halloween Haunted Pathway fundraiser from 6-10 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Railroad Avenue and Kahaopea Street.
Kaulawena Martin • bowling
Hilo Highs Gianna Yokoe entered carefree, and she exited carefully attending to her hardware.
A fifth set seemed like destiny.
WAIMEA Fact and fallacy are supposed to live in different neighborhoods, but up here in the North Country, they exist and grow together at Kohala High School where, Kihei Kapeliela begins a new season Monday as coach of the boys basketball team.
KEAAU It was surprises all around at the BIIF cross-country championships, where unlikely faces claimed the crowns.
After face-planting opponents into the ground all season, Hilo Highs football team finally began in a hole.
KEAAU It was far from pretty Friday night, but Kamehameha defeated Hawaii Prep 32-11 to maintain home-field advantage in the BIIF Division II championship on at Paiea Stadium.