2020 Olympics are in reach for Moore, but she’s not getting ahead of herself

Moore, 26, is now in search of a fourth world title but perhaps more importantly, an opportunity to represent Hawaii and the United States in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Tagovailoa listed as co-favorite for 2019 Heisman Trophy

  Hawaii surfers making noise at Corona Open J-Bay

Byrd, Ward named to 2019 Biletnikofff Award Preseason Watch List

  NFL hopeful Vakameilalo looks to fulfill lifelong dream

Ikei, Corbett victorious at 2019 Junior Women’s National Championships

Furuta named as preseason candidate for 2019 Doak Walker Award

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Tagovailoa reflects on National Championship loss, calls it a ‘good experience’

  ‘I’m going to put on a show’: Holloway prepares for UFC 240 title bout against Frankie Edgar

  Little League star Aukai Kea heads to USA Baseball National Program

McDonald named to Maxwell Award Watch List

  ‘It keeps you young’: Retired Athletics Trainer Jayson Goo reflects on over 30 seasons in Manoa

Nainoa Dung victorious at Bellator 224

Mililani’s Angela Lee handed second consecutive loss

Michelle Nicolini (6-2) defeated the “Unstoppable” Lee (9-2) by unanimous decision.

KIHA Warriors capture gold in International Tournament

The 18u KIHA Warriors defeated Team USA 9-2 to win the gold medal at the 2019 AAU Junior Olympic International tournament.

Local fighter Ray Cooper III suffers upset defeat in PFL bout

In a fight that was sure to be fireworks, the bout between Hawaii’s Ray Cooper III and John ‘Doomsday’ Howard did not disappoint.

Chaminade to play Kansas in Maui Invitational opener

The 'Swords will open the 2019 Maui Jim Invitational against the University of Kansas on Monday, Nov. 25 at the Lahaina Civic Center.

ESPN Events unveils Hawaiian Airlines 2019 Diamond Head Classic Bracket

Team Hawaii wins gold at 2019 AAU Junior Olympics

  DeForest Buckner gears up for San Francisco 49ers training camp

Kamaka misses weight for second time, expelled from PFL

Spurrier, Beamer named head coaches for 2020 Polynesian Bowl

  2019 AAU Junior Olympics showcases local, international hockey

Pitolo earns UFC contract with impressive TKO victory

Pitolo, 28, jumped up to middleweight (185 pounds) for the first time in his career to take on Sumter and the risk paid off in a big way.

Mililani alum, tennis star returns to compete for spot in U.S. Open

Tobita will face the No. 1 seed in today's match.

Garret Tihada steps down after 31 seasons with the Luna’s

Under Tihada’s leadership the Lunas’ program has rose to become not just the perennial power of Division II football on the Valley Isle, but the entire state.

Hawaii gymnasts show out during 2019 USA Gymnastics National Championships

Among the seven medalists were Kayttie Nakamura who finished in 1st double-mini trampoline while Sydney Senter finished in 2nd place in the senior elite divisions.

  Kaneohe FC wins boys U-10 title at 2019 AYSO National Games

The AYSO team from Oahu won the boys 10-and-under division in the 2019 AYSO National Games on Sunday at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium.

  Opportunity to pay it forward means everything to DeForest Buckner

From being a Team Captain for the Polynesian Bowl last year to joining forces this weekend with fellow NFL defensive lineman Muichael Bennett at the 7th Annual Gauntlet Football Camp, the Waianae native doesn’t shy away from helping the next generation of local talent.

  Michael Bennett’s 7th Annual Gauntlet Camp is more than just football

Today’s Camp saw over 600 keiki ages 7-18 flock to Pearl City High School not just to learn how to play football from one of the NFL’s premier defensive players, but also to learn about life lessons in the process.

USWNT wins 2019 World Cup with 2-0 victory over Netherlands

With the win, the U.S. have won back-to-back World Cups (2015, 2019)

2019 U.S. Open Wild Card Challenge kicks off in Honolulu

The tournament will last a week.

Yamamoto puts together another gem, pitches 6 scoreless innings

With the no-decision, Yamamoto remains 3-0 on the season but now has an impressive 1.24 ERA.

  University of Hawaii linebacker Scheyenne Sanitoa dead at 21

Sanitoa, a redshirt junior, was a 2016 graduate of Samoana High School in American Samoa.

  Social media reacts to death of Hawaii football linebacker Scheyenne Sanitoa

Fans, family and former teammates of Sanitoa offered their condolences and their reaction to the sudden news:

  Dan Ige continues quest for UFC gold

Since entering the UFC last year, the Haleiwa native has been on a tear, rattling off four-straight wins and is now knocking on the door of a Top 15 fight next time around.

Lee named 2019 World MMA Awards Comeback Fighter of the Year

The Mililani native came back to ONE Championship in 2018 to defend her atomweight title with a win over Mei Yamaguchi. Lee was involved in a car accident in November of 2017 that forced her to pull out of the initial bout against Yamaguchi.

Former Warrior joins Washington Wizards Summer League roster

Allen will play for the Washington Wizards Summer League team this weekend in Las Vegas after spending last season with the Wizards’ G-League affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go.

Realin, Ikei take home medals for Team USA during 2019 Pan American Championships

Realin, a junior at Kamehameha-Kapalama, won gold in the 57 kg division in Mexico over the weekend while Ikei took home silver in the 53 kg division in Guatemala.

  ‘This is my million dollar fight’: Zane Kamaka focused on finish ahead of second PFL bout

“I have to finish," Kamaka said. "I’m leaving it all on the line I have to let my hands go and make it happen, I screwed up the Ultimate fighter and I screwed up in Titan FC. "I’m not going to mess this up this is it for me.”

Saint Louis’ Wilson commits to Michigan

During The Opening Regional in May, Wilson turned some heads with a 4.37-second 40-yard dash time. He also recorded an eye-opening 3.96 second shuttle time.

  US holds on to defeat England 2-1, advances to World Cup final

After a nerve wracking semifinal, the U.S. Women's national team will play in the World Cup Final.

  2019 AYSO National Games underway

The Games will feature 175 teams (boys and girls) with around 2,500 players, 2,000 volunteers and 5,000 spectators (family and friends).

Florence ruptures ACL, likely done for 2019

He announced on Instagram that he is undergoing surgery and will likely be out for the rest of the year.

Wahine volleyball adds Van Sickle as junior transfer from Oregon

Van Sickle is the fourth Pac-12 transfer and third from Oregon to join the Wahine for the 2019 season, joining former Ducks Kyra Hanawahine and Jolie Rasmussen.

USA takes on England in 2019 Women’s World Cup semifinals

America defeated France 2-1 last week to book its ticket to the semifinals against England. The winner of the match will take on the winner of the Netherlands vs. Sweden.

Padres closer Yates named to MLB All-Star Game

The Kauai native was selected to his first career MLB All-Star Game earlier today after a historic start to the season for the Padres.

  Tropic Lightning Division host UH football team at Schofield Barracks

“Its the ultimate sacrifice,” McDonald said. “As a football player we get more credit sometimes and the real heroes are those guys and it’s nice to be humbled every once in awhile an see what these people go through.”

Tagovailoa to miss Manning Passing Academy due to hamstring injury

The Alabama quarterback is not participating in the camp as a precautionary measure after experiencing tightness in his hamstring.

US defeats France 2-1, advances to semis in World Cup

The U.S. advances in the tournament and will play England on July 2.

  Wie to take rest of 2019 off from LPGA Tour

The former Punahou graduate said on social media Friday morning that she is taking the 2019 season of the LPGA Tour off to allow her right wrist to heal properly before returning to competition.

  Antonio Brown visits & practices with Maui High School football team

Brown made some time while on vacation in Maui for some local players and coaches, using the school’s field and jugs machine to work out alongside the kids.

  Chiarella named HI-FIVE Athlete of the Week

Chiarella picked up a three-under-68 at the Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open to earn his first Mackenzie Tour title of his career.

  Ursua ‘living a dream’ as he prepares for first NFL training camp

Former Rainbow Warrior stand-out John Ursua is back in the islands preparing to make an NFL roster.

Ursua wants to ’help get the doors open’ for local players to reach the NFL

Back in Hawaii preparing for his first NFL training camp, Ursua wants other local boys to see that it doesn’t matter where you play in college as long as you have the talent for the next level.

Wahine soccer unveils 2019 season schedule

The team’s first match of the season begins on Thursday, August 22nd against USC - the first time the ‘Bows have played the Trojans since 2004.

  Former Rainbow Wahine stand-out makes her professional soccer debut

Former Rainbow Wahine soccer stand-out, Raisa Strom-Okimoto made her professional debut last Friday for the Utah Royals.

Kamehameha track-and-field athlete wins Gatorade award as top runner

He's now eligible to win the Gatorade National Boy’s Track & Field Athlete of the Year award later this June.

From afterthought to overnight sensation, Yamamoto is making history for the Marlins

After an impressive MLB debut, the 23-year-old turned some heads. But after his second and third win in as many starts, the former Saint Louis standout started making history.

Chiarella wins 1st tournament on PGA Tour Canada

The former Seabury Hall graduate picked up a three-under-par 68 on Sunday to win his first Mackenzie Tour title of his career.

USA takes down Spain 2-1 in 2019 Women’s World Cup

A pair of penalties from Megan Rapinoe gave the Americans the win, setting up a date with France on Friday in the quarterfinals.

Yamamoto wins another start for Miami Marlins, improves to 3-0

Over his first three starts since being called up from the minors, Yamamoto is 3-0 with 19 strikeouts in 19 total innings of action.

Dan Ige wins 4th UFC fight in a row, calls for Top 15 opponent next

Ige, 27, used his striking and superior grappling to close out the decision win over Aguilar, who dropped to 17-2 in his career with the loss.

Wie misses cut, addresses uncertain future on social media

Wie underwent surgery on her right hand last October and, despite two layoffs from the sport, has struggled to get back to form consistently.

Dan Ige makes weight ahead of UFC bout against Aguilar

The Haleiwa native successfully made the 146-pound weight limit this morning, setting up his bout against the 17-1 Aguilar.

Tearful Wie contemplates golf future after worst-ever round on LPGA tour

Following her 12-over 84 performance in the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, Hawaii’s own Michele Wie contemplated how long she will continue to golf.

Waialua Native Punahele Soriano is Ready to Start his New Journey in the UFC

The former D-III All American wrestler is the newest face in the pipeline of Professional fighters from the islands, hoping to build off of those who have come before him.

Hawaii’s own Yamamoto reflects on his meteoric rise in the majors

In his first two starts, Yamamoto has already broken the Marlins’ franchise record for scoreless innings with 14. These two record breaking performances were against fellow local boy Kolten Wong and the St. Louis Cardinals.

  Adaptive surfing community teams up with Surfing with the Stars for a good cause

"You don't worry about any medical devices that you use on land so when you get in the water you're just focusing and it's therapy."

  Hawaii teens top USA Surfing Championships

14-year-old, Journey Regelbrugge claimed the top place in the 14 & Under Girls Longboard national title race, while fellow Hawaii residents John Michael Vanhohenstein and Mahina Akaka claimed the 18 and over titles in the boys and girls longboard division this past weekend in Oceanside, California.

Yamamoto makes history in impressive win over St. Louis Cardinals

In just his second career start, the former Saint Louis standout threw seven scoreless innings, allowing just two hits on the night while striking out seven batters.

Soriano earns UFC contract with win on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series

Soriano, 26, a former DIII Al-American wrestler for Wartburg College, is now 6-0 in his professional MMA career.

Dominican officials arrest 11th suspect in David Ortiz case

Authorities in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday announced the arrest of an 11th suspect in the attempted killing of former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz.

Yamamoto earns 2nd career start against St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday

Yamamoto dazzled in his big league debut, pitching seven innings wallowing zero runs on three hits with two walks and five strikeouts. He also recorded an RBI on a sacrifice bunt.

  AccessSurf’s 2019 Hawaii Adaptive Surfing Competition underway

“Hawaii has always been recognized globally as being at the forefront of surfing. The Hawaii Adaptive Surfing Championships continues to push the envelope for adaptive surfers and the sport everywhere,” said AccesSurf executive director Cara Short.

  Ursua turning heads at Seattle Seahawks mini camp

From the moment he was drafted, rookie D.K. Metcalf has stolen all the headlines as a standout receiver at camp. But over the weekend, Carroll saw Ursua begin to show flashes on the field.

USWNT takes down Chile in dominant performance

The Americans were led by forward Carli Lloyd’s two goals, who became the first player in the tournament’s history to score in six-consecutive games.

  LA Rams safety John Johnson III embraces the Hawaiian culture

“It’s been awesome,” Johnson said. “It’s so beautiful here. I wouldn’t want to be in any other place. Just to come here, connect and build a relationship with the people here and just have fun.”

  LA Rams host 7-on-7 Passing & Big Man Championships at Iolani School

The Eddie Hamada field played host to one of the most competitive preseason 7-on-7 high school passing tournaments in the state this afternoon at Iolani School.

  LA Rams cheer squad host free clinic for local youth

“We’re really excited to be here,” Fimbres said. “We love teaching, and giving back is one of the most important things about our organization, its what we stand for.”

  'One to remember’: Hawaii’s Yamamoto shines in MLB debut

Now that the dust has settled, Yamamoto and those close to him had time to reflect on the big night.