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Boys Basketball: Third place finish for HPA

Boys Basketball: Third place finish for HPA

Hawaii 24/7 Staff The Big Island’s top finished at this year’s boys basketball state tournament is HPA, which earned third place. No.2 seed HPA easily bested Seabury Hall early Saturday to take the third place in Division II. Over in Division I, No. 3 Kamehameha Schools-Hawaii lost to No. 4 Baldwin and had to settle […]

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Boys Basketball: Heartbreak for Hilo, Kamehameha

Boys Basketball: Heartbreak for Hilo, Kamehameha

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Kamehameha Schools Hawaii had a rough day. Several players were fighting off a possible case of food poisoning or stomach virus, point guard Lanaki Apele suffered an elbow injury and then they blew a 10-point lead to lose in the Division I semifinal Friday evening on Oahu. No. 2 seed Kahuku staged […]

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Boys Basketball: Kamehameha, HPA into semis

Boys Basketball: Kamehameha, HPA into semis

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Two Big Island high schools are into the semifinals of the boys basketball state tournament on Oahu – one in each division. In Division I, Kamehemeha Schools Hawaii need two overtimes to take out Academy of the Pacific, 39-37. No. 3 seed Kamehameha meets No. 2 seed Kahuku at 7 p.m. Friday. […]

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Boys Basketball: Hilo through to quarterfinals

Boys Basketball: Hilo through to quarterfinals

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Hilo saw off Moanalua, 50-45, in the opening round of the boys basketball state tournament. Hilo takes on No. 1 Punahou on Thursday. Also in action Thursday are HPA, Kohala and Kamehameha Schools Hawaii. — Find out more: www.sportshigh.com

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Pahoa dumped by No. 1 seed Farrington

Pahoa dumped by No. 1 seed Farrington

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor Pahoa’s quest for a second straight state boys basketball title was thwarted Saturday evening by Farrington, 58-45. Going into the game, both teams were seeking their second title. Pahoa (11-7) won this year’s BIIF title and was the reigning champion; Farrington (18-1) lifted the trophy in 2008. Also in […]

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Boys Basketball: Pahoa to play for second straight championship

Boys Basketball: Pahoa to play for second straight championship

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor No. 2 seed Pahoa is set to play No. 1 Farrington in a quest for the Daggers second straight state boys basketball title. Pahoa knocked off No. 3 Island Pacific, 48-39, while Farrington squeaked by University, 47-45, in Division II semi-final action Friday on Oahu. Farrington will be looking […]

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Boys Basketball: Pahoa needs OT to take out McKinley

Boys Basketball: Pahoa needs OT to take out McKinley

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor Pahoa, the defending boys basketball state champions, is the only Big Island team still in the race for a 2011 state title. On Thursday, the Division II No. 2 seed Pahoa needed overtime to conquer McKinley, 68-64. No. 3 Island Pacific is up next on Friday. Also in Division […]

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Boys Basketball: Hilo tromped by Kahuku

Boys Basketball: Hilo tromped by Kahuku

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The boys basketball state tournament got underway Wednesday night on Oahu, with one of the four Big Island teams in action. Hilo was dusted by Kahuku, 82-56, and gets Mililani in the consolation semifinals Thursday. Division I play continues Thursday with No. 3 Kamehameha Schools Hawaii squaring off against […]

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Boys Basketball: Four BIIF teams travel to state

Boys Basketball: Four BIIF teams travel to state

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor Four Big Island teams are off to Oahu for the boys basketball state tournament. East Hawaii represents, snagging all four BIIF spots. In Division I, Kamehameha (12-2) is seeded No. 3 and takes on the winner of Kamehameha Schools Kapalama and Baldwin. Also in Division I, Hilo (12-3) squares […]

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Pahoa vs. Kailua in boy's basketball final (March 6)

Pahoa vs. Kailua in boy’s basketball final (March 6)

In the Division II state title game, Pahoa will take on Kailua at 5 p.m. at Stan Sheriff Center on Oahu. The game is scheduled to be shown live on OC16 TV. — Find out more: www.sportshigh.com/sports/bask…

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The Keaau Cougars defends their home court against visiting Waiakea Warriors after trailing in the first quarter of action.

Keaau overcomes a tough first half to beat Waiakea

The Keaau Cougars defends their home court against visiting Waiakea Warriors after trailing in the first quarter of action.

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The Waiakea Warriors slip past the Hilo Vikings with a one point win 63-62 Friday night.

Warriors win home opener against the Vikings

The Waiakea Warriors slip past the Hilo Vikings with a one point win 63-62 Friday night.

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In Wednesday night (Jan 6) boy's basketball action, at Kamehameha-Hawaii Keaau campus gym, Waiakea defeated Kamehameha 45-36. The high scorers for Waiakea was Isaak Janado 13, Matt Libao 12, & Chris Mattos 11. Colby Cabatu was the high scorer for Kamehameha with 12 points.

Warriors beat the Warriors at Kamehameha-Hawaii

In Wednesday night (Jan 6) boy’s basketball action, at Kamehameha-Hawaii Keaau campus gym, Waiakea defeated Kamehameha 45-36. The high scorers for Waiakea was Isaak Janado 13, Matt Libao 12, & Chris Mattos 11. Colby Cabatu was the high scorer for Kamehameha with 12 points.

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Keaau falls to Kaimuki, plays Radford next, Waiakea up against Iolani in hoops

Keaau falls to Kaimuki, plays Radford next, Waiakea up against Iolani in hoops

The Keaau Cougars fell to the Kaimuki Bulldogs at McKinley High School 76-60 during the first round of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association state basketball tournament Division-I. The Cougars play in the consolation bracket 3 p.m. Thursday against Radford. The D-I third-seeded Waiakea meets up 5 p.m. Thursday with Iolani Red Raiders at Radford […]

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