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A look back at the OIA Division I championship matchup between Na Menehune and the Trojans that took place on Apr. 27, 2017.
A look back at the OIA Division I championship matchup between the Chargers and Na Menehune that took place on April 23, 2011.
Football - Schedules • Standings
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JV Football - Schedules • Standings
JV/White Girls VB - Schedules • Standings
Boys basketball - Schedules • Standings
Girls basketball - Schedules • Standings
Boys soccer - Schedules • Standings
Girls soccer - Schedules • Standings
Paddling • Schedules
Swimming/Diving • Schedules
Wrestling • Schedules
JV Boys basketball - Schedules • Standings
JV Girls basketball - Schedules • Standings
JV Boys soccer - Schedules • Standings
JV Girls soccer - Schedules • Standings
JV Girls Tennis • Schedules
Baseball - Schedules • Standings
Softball - Schedules • Standings
Boys volleyball - Schedules • Standings
Girls water polo - Schedules • Standings
The junior guard averaged 20.1 PPG after the preseason and helped Na Menehune repeat as league champ.
The Mules' sophomore helped Leilehua go undefeated during OIA West play.
The Cougars allowed just one goal during the regular season with Yamanaka leading the defense.
The senior forward helped lead the Hurricanes to the OIA Division I crown.
GK Alexis Davis recorded six shutouts in league play and helped Na Menehune reach OIA D1 title match.
The Chargers' senior forward finished the season as the state's leading goal scorer with 24 goals.
The 5-foot-7 junior guard helped the Red Raiders go undefeated against OIA teams.
Forward Angel Asaah was selected as the league's POY while Charles Chong earned coach of the year.
The Sabers' WR was the division's top receiving threat while Hoohuli led the Trojans' defense.
The Leilehua DL and Moanalua QB were instrumental for the top two OIA D1 teams this year.
WR Koby Moananu was a matchup nightmare while LB Shepherd Kekahuna headlined a strong defense.
The pair of four-year varsity players led the Trojans to an undefeated run through OIA play.
The Red Raiders' senior setter ran a multifaceted offense to great success in 2019.