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ESPN Honolulu Timmy Chang Interview

ESPN Honolulu Timmy Chang Interview

Monday, July 25, 2022 University of Hawai’i football head coach Timmy Chang joined Chris Hart and Gary Dickman this morning ahead of Fall practice beginning on Wednesday, July 27th! View this post on Instagram A post shared by ESPN Honolulu (@espnhonolulu)Continue Reading »

Max Holloway Interview on ESPN Honolulu

Max Holloway Interview on ESPN Honolulu

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 Max Holloway joined Josh Pacheco to discuss married life and ohana and his upcoming fight this Saturday against Alexander Volkanovski. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ESPN Honolulu (@espnhonolulu)Continue Reading »

Oklahoma 11, UH 0

Oklahoma 11, UH 0

No. 1-ranked and defending national champion Oklahoma proved to be too much for the University of Hawaii softball team last night, shutting out the home team, 11-0, at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Still, the 1,200 fans in attendance did get to witness a bit of history in the making, as Hauula’s Jocelyn Alo set a…Continue Reading »

Welcome Home, Timmy Chang!

Welcome Home, Timmy Chang!

By Jarin Kobashigawa. For the last six days since Timmy Chang was hired as the 25th head coach of the University of Hawaii football program, the Hawaiʻi football community has rallied in support of the former record-setting Saint Louis School and UH. This morning, Chang did his first radio interview as head coach on the…Continue Reading »

2021 DII State Championship: Kapaʻa vs Kamehameha Maui

2021 DII State Championship: Kapaʻa vs Kamehameha Maui

By: Jarin Kobashigawa In the battle between two neighbor island teams, and two teams looking to win their first DII State Title, the Kapaʻa Warriors broke four HHSAA Tournament records and beat the Kamehameha Maui Warriors in the 2021 First Hawaiian Bank HHSAA DII State Championship Game. Most Rushing TDs in HHSAA tournament history (7)…Continue Reading »

2021 Open Division State Championship: Kahuku vs Saint Louis

2021 Open Division State Championship: Kahuku vs Saint Louis

The Kahuku Red Raiders take down the four-time defending champions, the Saint Louis Crusaders and win the State Championship for the first time since 2015. The Red Raiders were relentless on offense, putting up 21 unanswered points in the first quarter and adding another 7 points in the second quarter. Kahuku’s stout defense held the…Continue Reading »

2021 D1 State Championship: ʻIolani vs Lahainaluna

2021 D1 State Championship: ʻIolani vs Lahainaluna

After shutting out Aiea 21-0 in their semi-final game, the ʻIolani Raiders shut out Lahainaluna, 38-0, and win the 2021 First Hawaiian Bank D1 HHSAA State Championship. The stout defense of the Raiders held the Lunas to under 140-yards of total offense and only 5 first downs while the Raider offense exploded with 174 passing…Continue Reading »

Photos: ‘Iolani Classic Dec. 20, 2021

Photos: ‘Iolani Classic Dec. 20, 2021

Dec. 21, 2021 The ‘Iolani Raiders put up a fearless effort against the #3 ranked team in the nation last night, but Sierra Canyon managed to avoid an upset after trailing to the Raiders 31, 29 at the half. Ramel Lloyd of the Trailblazers put up 20 points, while ‘Iolani freshman JJ Mandaquit ended the…Continue Reading »

Photos: State Open Division Semi-Finals

Photos: State Open Division Semi-Finals

This past Saturday, Kahuku and Saint Louis secured their spot in the First Hawaiian Bank HHSAA Open Division Football State Championship Game. Kahuku looks to knock off four-time champion Saint Louis on Thursday, 7:00 p.m. at Edwards Skippa Diaz Stadium. The Kahuku Red Raiders posted 334 offensive yards and held Campbell to under 135 yards…Continue Reading »

Photos: State DI Semi-Finals

Photos: State DI Semi-Finals

This past Friday, Lahainaluna and Iolani advanced to the First Hawaiian Bank HHSAA D1 Football State Championship Game. Lahainaluna’s season stays perfect at 7-0 after they capitalized on seven interceptions to move past a previously undefeated Konawaena team, 30-7. Lahainaluna scored first with a 20-yard TD run from Kuola Watson. Konawaena answered quickly on their…Continue Reading »