NORTHRIDGE, Calif.—The No. 6 University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team swept CSUN to win its 17th-straight match and remain the lone unb…
HHSAA DIVISION II QUARTERFINALS KONAWAENA (11-1) 42 DAMIEN (6-2) 33 FINAL LAHAINALUNA (7-5) 7 KAIMUKI (7-5) 0 FINAL
LAS VEGAS – Even with a career rushing effort and a renewed focus in the first game under interim head coach Chris Naeole, the University of…
LONG BEACH, Calif. – In a battle of the top two teams in the Big West Conference, the University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team remained…
HHSAA DIVISION I STATE TOURNAMENT BALDWIN (8-4) 6 WAIANAE (9-3) 21 FINAL MILILANI (10-2) 62 HILO (7-5) 18 FINAL
Kapolei head coach and OC-16 analyst Darren Hernandez helps us break down the opening round of the 17th HHSAA championship tournament.
OIA Division I runner-up Mililani draws BIIF Division I champion Hilo in the first round of the state tournament.
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MIL Division I champion Baldwin gets OIA 3rd place Waianae in the first round of the state tournament.
Kamehameha-Kapalama senior Kumoku Noa is following his family’s football legacy.
Both teams feature a solid core of underclassmen.
The Wildcats are led by sophomore sensation Austin Ewing, who has 23 touchdown passes on the season.
Coach says opposing offensive players may want to get out of bounds before experiencing Mamea’s full force.
Coach Tata says he and his team are not satisfied with just the OIA title.
The band Pepper, all Konawaena grads, got a crowd in Dallas to do the “zoo crew” chant for their alma mater.
The 53-year-old spent 13 years at UH, the first nine under then-head coach June Jones.
He did not, however, want to comment further until after the season is over.
Mike Mularkey will take over as interim coach.
He was under contract with the university through Dec. 31, 2016.
University officials know what type of person they are looking for.