The return of Sam Wren from an early-season injury has been a boost for Kapolei.
For almost any other program, losing a double-digit senior class that includes both the All-Hawaii Offensive and Defensive players of the year would be devastating, but not for Punahou.
Kahuku’s vaunted defense looked like it had met its match early on in Saturday’s Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I championship game.
After watching the opening set from the bench, sophomore outside hitter Maluhia Maa went on to post eight kills as Kamehameha swept past Iolani in the New City Nissan/HHSAA Division I State Championships Saturday night.
In the midst of what can best be described as chaos, Saige Kaahaaina-Torres made sure her team stayed even-keel Tuesday night.
Roosevelt overcame a slow start on offense to score 30 unanswered points to rally past Kalani Friday night, but all the talk after the homecoming victory was about its defense.
Campbell sophomore WR Pokii Adkins-Kupukaa leads the state in receiving while Waianae senior LB Kanai Mauga can both rush the passer and drop back into coverage.
Not only did the Mililani junior quarterback make up for his three first-half turnovers with his play after halftime of Friday's win over Kapolei, but he took ownership of the miscues with his words as well.
On a night when its offense turned it over five times, the defense paved the way for Punahou's 21-0 win over Kamehameha Saturday night.
For the Kapolei offense and first-year starting quarterback Kaniala Kalaola, the numbers don't lie.
Mililani's defense posted six three-and-outs and six sacks to supplement a prolific offensive night in Friday's win over Leilehua.
Leilehua’s defense did just about everything it could against the top-ranked team in the state Friday night.
After nine years as head coach of his alma mater, Amosa Amosa found himself on the "other" sideline Friday night.
The Pearl City senior pitcher gutted her way through a hard-fought win over a pesky Kapolei squad in the quarterfinals of the OIA tournament.
The Trojans picked up their fourth win in their last five games with Tuesday's down-to-the-wire 9-8 win over visiting Pearl City.
The Leilehua softball team couldn’t help but get a little emotional over this one.
When longtime coach Jon Viela left to become athletic director at Kamehameha-Maui last summer, the Bears didn't have to look far for his replacement.
Do not bother attempting to get any hot takes out of the Pearl City softball team; it won’t bite.
After the high of a hard-fought win over Kailua Saturday, Castle was dealt the low of Monday's 14-0 defeat at the hands of Moanalua.
The Buffanblu rebounded from a narrow loss to rival Iolani in penalty kicks for the league crown by winning four games en route to their 20th state championship.
For Kahuku girls soccer standout Kamaile Aluli, signing day could not come soon enough.
If Saturday night’s OIA Division I girls soccer championship match is any indication, there isn’t a lot of separation between Mililani and Pearl City.
The Kaiser boys soccer team found itself in a rather precarious situation at halftime of Tuesday's OIA East game against rival Kalani.
Kamehameha first-year boys wrestling coach Rob Hesia has his program headed in the right direction, as evidenced by its surprising victory at the Officials tournament Saturday night.
Final exams may not be for another week, but the Mililani girls soccer team passed another big test Tuesday night.
No one was on the receiving end of more TD passes this year than Jaymin Sarono, but Saturday he did something he had never done before.
Zayne Chong, who scored 12 points in Punahou's 64-54 win over Kalaheo Saturday, relishes the opportunity to play defense, along with the rest of the team's second unit.
Jayme Carvalho, Honokaa's fourth-year boys basketball coach, grew up learning all about the playing and coaching exploits of James Alegre.
Saint Louis assistant Gerald Welch was on the Kahuku sideline just a season ago.
The Bulldogs earned their first trip to the state tournament with their 19-14 semifinal win over Kaimuki Friday night.
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa broke up four passes near the line of scrimmage and had one sack to help the Hurricanes shut down Moanalua's high-powered offense Friday night.
Kaimi Kalei, Nani Santos and Kealani Neves gives the Saints a steady group of ball handlers. > Archive