This week, the gang discusses the regular season finale in the ILH.
Welcome to Season 5, Episode 6 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
The Cover2 team sends some high quality H2O to some worthy recipients.
“What we’re trying to do is provide opportunities, not to just those five-star athletes, but realistically to athletes who want to play the …
The 6-foot-1, 160-pound sophomore has 18 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, 5 sacks, even a touchdown under his belt.
Waialua vs. Roosevelt, Baldwin vs. (1) Lahainaluna
Former University of Hawaii lineman R.J. Hollis asks the Sabers some tough questions in this week’s pop quiz.
Back in 2012, members of the football team began meeting at lunch to bond with special needs students, their fellow Govs, and treat them lik…
A look at the matchups in the OIA Division I playoffs opening round.
Established in 1881, Waimea High School is the western-most high school in the United States.
From our friends at the Big Island Sports Network, congratulations to Waiakea sophomore Daryl Sampaga for his one-armed catch to a touchdown…
A ticket to face Kahuku in the quarterfinals is on the line.
Many think he could be the most undervalued player in the state. Kamehameha-Kapalama defensive back Kalamaku Kuewa has is no longer flying u…
High school students eat during the normal 30-minute lunch break, but intermediate school students eat during recess, which is just 15 minut…
Bill 83 would ban people from sitting or lying on sidewalks within an 800-foot radius around schools as well as public libraries on Oahu.
Swimmers say the seal was swimming parallel to the beach before hauling itself on the sand at around 6:50 a.m.
The lack of lights has prevented youth sports and recreational teams from using the park at night.
Fire officials said the car fell about 40 yards and firefighters used a rope-and-pulley system to pull them out.
Two lanes of Ala Wai Boulevard are closed at Seaside Avenue, and Seaside Avenue is closed at Aloha Drive.
Winds are expected to continue into the evening due to a very strong high pressure system about 1,200 miles north of Kauai.