In what was hyped up to be a preview of the OIA Open Division title game back in September, Saint Louis took down Kahuku 30-14, in a game that wasn’t as close as the final box score would indicate. But now that it's playoff time, everything changes.
Sixty-nine Hawaii high school student-athletes put their respective pens to paper earlier this morning at the annual Education-1st National Letter of Intent Signing Day Ceremony at thee Hawaii Convention Center.
There are only two things on Rainbow Warrior football head coach Nick Rolovich’s mind entering the team’s final home game of the season: 1) Winning to become bowl eligible. 2) Lifting a giant pineapple trophy in victory.
Tua Tagovailoa’s Heisman Trophy campaign took a bit off a hit after he left this past Saturday’s game against Mississippi State with a knee injury, but he’s still far away the odds-on favorite to hoist the trophy at the end of the season.
Former UFC veteran and Kapolei native Louis Smolka is making his return to the Octagon later this month at UFC Fight Night 141. Smolka will meet Sumudaerji, a 22-year-old MMA fighter making his UFC debut, on November 24th in Beijing.
For the first time since 2010, a Rainbow Warrior receiver has been selected as a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award. John Ursua was one of 11 semifinalists from across the country selected for the 2018 Biletnikoff Award, recognizing the nation’s most outstanding receiver.
Sitting in second place in the AFC South after winning their last two games, the Tennessee Titans are riding high on offense, scoring 28 and 34 points, respectively, in back-to-back weeks. observation, a shift in research and a formulation of a new hypothesis have resulted in a dynamic offense.
The Tennessee Titans, who hadn’t beaten the New England Patriots since 2002, played host to Tom Brady and the rest of the Patriots today at home and beat down last year’s Supper Bowl runner-ups in a dominant showing.
The Cinderella Story for PAC-5 is over as the Wolf Pack lost to Roosevelt 20-7 tonight in the Dii quarterfinal. With the win, the Rough Riders will now advance to take on Lahainaluna on the road in the DII semi finals.
Alabama continued its undefeated run earlier today, taking down No. 16 ranked Mississippi State 24-0. However, there was a bit of an injury scare for quarterback and Heisman Trophy front runner, Tua Tagovailoa.
Ole Miss was no match for Texas A&M as the Rebels lost 38-24 in a crucial SEC showdown.Ole Miss signal-caller and former Pearl City standout Jordan Ta'amu threw for an impressive 373 yards on 22-of-35 passing and a score.