Three teams will have their tickets to the Division I state tournament scanned this weekend.
Winners of Friday’s O’ahu Interscholastic Association Red semifinals will earn state berths, as will the winner of the Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division I championship.
The University of Hawai’i women’s golf team returns home to conclude its fall season by hosting the Rainbow Wahine Invitational Tuesday, Oct. 30 and Wednesday, Oct. 31 at Leilehua Golf Course in Schofield Barracks, O’ahu.
The Hawai’i basketball team would like to see more fans at its games this season, and the Warriors made it known last week.
Every player on the roster walked around the Stan Sheriff Center and passed out schedules to fans entering a UH women’s volleyball match last week. Many of the unsuspecting fans looked up in wonder at the tall Warriors and asked questions such as “Do we have a good team this year?” and “How’s Vander?”
Punahou quarterback Larry Tuileta would have preferred to have faced then-No. 7 Saint Louis with a full complement of weapons at his disposal, but despite the absence of leading receiver Kanawai Noa, Tuileta and the Buffanblu ultimately put together a pretty productive night of work in a 38-0 rout of the Crusaders, helping Punahou clinch its second straight ILH league title in the process.
Adora Anae notched a match-high 25 kills and three aces and Pati Anae added 10 kills and a match-high seven blocks Tuesday night to help Kahuku defeat Mililani, 25-23, 25-21, 23-25, 25-20 in O’ahu Interscholastic Association girls volleyball playoff action.
NORMAN - A little more than a half century ago the Notre Dame Hype Machine beat Heisman Trophy voters senseless. Paul Hornung won the 1956 award despite quarterbacking a 2-9 Fighting Irish team, and despite getting knocked senseless himself by Oklahoma’s Jerry Tubbs in a 40-0 drubbing.
Donald Takayama passed away at 68 monday morning from a heart attack due to medical complications. More details forthcoming. For now our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out Donald’s family.
Herein is an interview from the Surfing Heritage Foundation. Donald Takayama is a legendary surfer/shaper born in Hawaii. After working with Dale Velzy at the age of 11, Donald quickly became a world-renowned shaper as well as a top ranked surfing competitor. Over the last six decades, he has mentored such surfing greats as David Nuuhiwa, Joel Tudor, and Kassia Meador. We spoke with Donald to learn more about his amazing life….
Country: Holding small at 1-2’ out of the N-NW and clean straight offshores; Laniakea has a few higher.
WEST: Up and rising on SSW + NW at 2-4’ at Makaha and isolated plus sets out along the wild west. T
OWN: Up and rising on the 17 sec S-SSW at solid 3-4’ ( top spots/sets to see possibly isolated higher esp later). Diamond Head: Up and rising on the SSW (some SSE) at 3-4’ chance of isolated higher, lining up and light trades; SANDYS: Up and rising on the S-SSW at 3-4’ and chance of higher… with bumpy 10-20 sideshores this morning; death barrells, tourist killers…be careful, it’s slamming closeouts.
EAST: MAKAPU’U: Holding on trade swell and up on some S wrap at 1-2’ sets with 10-20 onshore bumpiness for now. Lets see how winds behave through the day as variables are trended.
IRVINE, Calif. – University of Hawai’i tennis player Jared Spiker fell to Tyler Pham 6-4, 3-6, 10-2 in the consolation round semifinals of the USTA/ITA Regional Tennis Championships on Monday at Anteater Tennis Stadium on the campus of UC Irvine.
Spiker was just a win away from the tournament final which was completed today. Pham, who plays at UC Irvine, would go on to lose to Marco Comuzzo of Cal Poly.
Kahuku stayed atop the ScoringLive/OC16 Power Rankings in Week 12, as the Red Raiders edged upset-minded Waianae in the closing minutes of their OIA Red playoff quarterfinal, and Punahou edged ever closer, presumably aided by a resounding 38-0 shutout of Saint Louis.