HHSAA Girls Volleyball
Eagles sweep Warriors to return to D2 championship


Fri, Oct 28, 2016 @ Kaimuki [ 7:00 pm ]

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KAPA (7-4) 11 8 21 - - 0
HBA (14-2) 25 25 25 - - 3
Kill: K. Lum (HBA) 17 kills  Blk: P. Tafea (KAPA) 2 blk  Ast: A. Wada (HBA) 32 ast

Defending Division II state champion Hawaii Baptist swept past Kapaa, 25-11, 25-8, 25-21, to reach its second straight title game.

Ally Wada distributed 32 assists and Keri Lum and Brienna Nishimura combined for 28 kills for the Eagles, who also notched 10 aces as a team in the win.

The Warriors were led by Kaehukaiihaamainae Keala, who had six kills and an ace.




Radford charges over Pearl City to keep winning

Rams win their fifth straight game to pull into a tie for first place in the OIA West.

Campbell girls take over No. 1 spot

The defending state champs are on a four-game winning streak.

Warriors leap seven spots in baseball

Kamehameha has not lost a game since its season opener on Feb. 28.

Seariders join the Top 5 in boys volleyball

Waianae is 5-0 atop of the OIA Western Division standings midway through the season.

Kamehameha rallies twice to beat Punahou

Warriors managed only four hits, but cashed in on 13 walks and five wild pitches to win.

Halemanu, Chargers hold off Hurricanes

The senior right-hander tossed six shutout innings and drove in three runs in the win.