Since he was in kindergarten, Tai-John Mizutani longed to bring the koa trophy to Kamoku Street.
Kailua offensive lineman Sione Veikoso has been invited to the 2018 Polynesian Bowl. Veikoso, who stands at 6-foot-6 and weighs 270-pounds w…
(2) Kahuku vs. Bingham (UT) and (8) Kailua vs. Kapolei.
The home of Na Alii first welcomed students to campus in 1961 on what used to be sugar plantation land.
Through the camera lens of Big Island Sports Network’s Thane Milhoan, congratulations to senior Makana Kanehailua.
Proud hosts of the new Edward “Skippa” Diaz Stadium at Kusunoki Field, sixth-ranked Farrington hosts its biggest home game ever against four…
For the second time in as many years the ninth island will be overtaken by the “Red Sea” as the Cover2 2nd-ranked Kahuku Red Raiders will tr…
It’s another week at the top for Saint Louis (3-0) and Lahainaluna (4-1).
Saturday, September 2nd (3) PUNAHOU (3-0) 56 SERRA (CA) (0-2) 42 FINAL HAWAII PREP (2-1) 14 WAIAKEA (1-3) 13 FINAL IOLANI (1-2) 21 (3*) …
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST (3) MILILANI (4-0) 49 CLAYTON VALLEY (CA) (0-1) 30 FINAL RADFORD (1-3) 12 CENTENNIAL (OR) (0-0) 14 FINAL (2*) SAIN…
Welcome to Season 5, Episode 1 of Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly.
The defending state champions of Saint Louis will collide with No. 5 Kamehameha Friday night at Aloha Stadium.
Former University of Hawaii and NFL player Greg Salas gives us this week’s video highlight.
Chelsea Hardin visits the campus.
(4) Punahou vs. Serra (CA), (9) Hilo vs. Honokaa, and Kalaheo vs. (5*) Pearl City.
She’s a game-changer in every sense for the Tigers.
Do you think they passed?
‘Iolani vs. (3*) Damien and King Kekaulike vs. Kamehameha-Maui.
While not the largest player on the field, he’s racked up some impressive numbers
Mark Veneri went to Leilehua High School’s campus to talk to 2010 graduate and 2007 state champion quarterback Andrew Manley. Manley talks a…