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Tennis: Second place finish for Waiakea's Dvorak

Tennis: Second place finish for Waiakea’s Dvorak

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 1 seed Sarah Dvorak, of Waiakea, tore through the opening rounds, but couldn’t quite overcome No. 2 seed Alyssa Tobita of Mililani in the finals of the girls state tennis tournament. In a tight match Tobita just came out ahead, 6-4, 7-5. Meanwhile, in the boys doubles, Kealakehe’s Chandler Daub and […]

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Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha pipped; honors for Enriques

Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha pipped; honors for Enriques

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Heartbreak for No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii in the boys volleyball Division I finals as No. 1 Punahou hung on to take the fifth and deciding set, 15-13. However, Kamehameha’s Evan Enriques earned individual honors and was named the Division I Most Outstanding Player for the tournament. Teammate Daniel Aina, Jr. […]

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Softball: Isle teams stumble at state tourney

Softball: Isle teams stumble at state tourney

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 1 seeds Mid-Pacific and Waimea won the girls softball crowns this weekend on Oahu, in Division I and Division II respectively. No. 4 seed Hilo was the lone Big Island school in the Division I bracket, losing 14-0 in quarterfinals to Kapolei and taking a second loss, 6-0, to Waianae in […]

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Water Polo: Kamehameha earns fifth place

Water Polo: Kamehameha earns fifth place

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Kamehameha Schools Hawaii topped Waiakea, 11-5, in the fifth place game at the state tournament. Waiakea had to settle for sixth place overall. Kamehameha was seeded No. 3 for the tournament, but was dumped in the quarterfinals by the eventual state runner up. No. 1 seed Punahou was crowned champions after defeating […]

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Water Polo: Waiakea, Kamehameha to vie for fifth

Water Polo: Waiakea, Kamehameha to vie for fifth

Hawaii 24/7 Staff The fifth place game in the girls water polo state tournament will be an all-Big Island affair, with Waiakea and Kamehameha Schools Hawaii lining up in the pool. Kamehameha Schools Hawaii was seeded No. 3, but lost to Kamehameha Schools Kapalama in the quarterfinals. Unseeded Kapalama takes on No. 1 seed Punahou […]

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Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha Schools Hawaii in final

Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha Schools Hawaii in final

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii were stretched to the limit, but came out on top against No. 2 Moanalua in the boys volleyball state tournament semi-finals Saturday evening. That win earned Kamehameha a chance to take on No. 1 Punahou, which won five titles in the last 10 years. Also in […]

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Softball: Kohala takes eighth

Softball: Kohala takes eighth

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Kohala beat out Saint Francis for eighth place in Division II of the state softball tournament and was the only Big Island team to finish in the top eight. The title games in both divisions match up the top two seeds. In Division I, it’s No. 1 Mid-Pacific vs. No. 2 Campbell. […]

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Softball: All isle teams out of the title run

Softball: All isle teams out of the title run

Hawaii 24/7 Staff A bad start for Big Isle teams at the softball championships on Oahu – all four teams lost their opening games and are now out of contention for state titles. The sole isle team in Division I, No. 4 seed Hilo, was spanked by unseeded Kapolei, 14-0. In Division II, unseeded Kohala […]

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Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha, HPA into semis

Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha, HPA into semis

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii are still alive in the semi-finals in Division I. They take on No. 2 Moanalua Friday. Unseeded Waiakea were dropped by No. 1 Punahou and now face King Kekaulike for a shot at fifth place in Division I. Over in Division II, No. 4 seed HPA […]

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Water Polo: Two isle girls teams into consolation round

Water Polo: Two isle girls teams into consolation round

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii was knocked off Thursday by unseeded Kamehameha Schools Kapalama, 11-6, and now faces Kaiser for a shot at fifth place overall. Waiakea pipped Roosevelt, 4-3, in the opening round Wednesday, but fell Thursday to No. 1 seed Punahou, 12-3. Waiakea also landed in the consolation bracket, […]

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Golf: Waiakea girls take third in state

Golf: Waiakea girls take third in state

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Waiakea, led by Ciera Min, finished third in the 2012 David S. Ishii Foundation Girls Golf State Championships at Wailua Golf Course on Kauai. Iolani and Punahou took the top two team spots. Hilo landed in 10th place. Individually, Punahou’s Kacie Komoto, Iolani’s Rose Huang and Moanaloa’s Eimi Koga were the top […]

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Wrestling: Two state champs for the Big Isle

Wrestling: Two state champs for the Big Isle

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The Big Island has two new state wrestling champions and one runner-up. The wrestling tournament wrapped up Saturday on Oahu, and Akoakoa Paleka-Kennedy, of Kamehameha Schools – Hawaii and Sage Aoki, of Konawaena, will be coming home with state crowns. It was the second straight title for Paleka-Kennedy. Also, […]

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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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