High School Sports

  Nearly 50 local prep athletes ink National Letters of Intent

Hawaii prep athletes from schools across the state ink their National Letters of Intent.

Kamehameha comes from behind to down Punahou, for 22nd-state title

Monarchs capture first ever state girls volleyball title

OIA Kings crowned on championship night at Aloha Stadium

#3 Punahou’s 31-21 win over #5 Campbell highlights Saturday night prep action

Crusaders dominate Trojans 54-21 in Open Title rematch

  Crusaders narrow win highlights Week 7 of prep football

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Hilo’s 104-0 win over Waiakea highlights Week 6 of prep football

  Wendell Look notches win 200 in 40-13 victory over Kailua

  Hawai’i prep teams reflect on undefeated showcase weekend

  Punahou shuts out Long Beach Poly 45-0

  Week 5 Saturday night scores and highlights

  Crusaders top Bishop Gorman 31-19 in battle of prep giants

Trojans down Liberty Patriots 34-22, defend home field

Mililani hosted Liberty high school in a marquee matchup of top teams as part of the Aloha Football Classic.

Week 5 scores from around the state

Week five of Hawaii high school football wrapped up around the state and a huge matchup in the Division I between #13 Moanalua and #11 Leilehua highlighted Friday night’s action.

  Saint Louis to host Bishop Gorman in battle of prep titans at Aloha Stadium

Two of the top high school football programs in the country collide Friday night at Aloha Stadium.

Crusaders and Trojans face mainland powers in Aloha Football Classic

Three-time defending Open Division Champion champions, Saint Louis, will take on Las Vegas power Bishop Gorman at Aloha Stadium on Friday night Aug. 30 at 7:30 pm.

  Damien unveils first banners in gymnasium

  Marauders Alfred Failauga makes history

Hawaii Prep Football Week 3 Scoreboard

  Week 3 scores from prep football across the state

Statewide scores from week two of Hawaii prep football

Trojans 30-26 victory over Campbell highlights week two of prep football

  Fanoga brings collegiate pedigree — and a bit of ‘DASH’ — to Waianae football program

Discipline, attitude, sacrifice and habits — the four words that best describe Searider football under coach Mike Fanoga.

  Leilehua dominates Govs in season opener 35-0

The Governors struggled all night to develop any kind of rhythm offensively as a swarming Mules defense didn’t surrender a point in their season opening victory.

  ‘To bring it back again would mean a lot': Marauders look to defend Division 1 state crown

Marauders running back Alfred Failauga heads into the 2019 season less then 700 yards away from the Hawaii all time state rushing yards record.

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.

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.

  Fontes named finalist for 2019 Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year

Also the state’s 2015-16 Gatorade Hawaii Soccer Player of the Year, Fontes scored 24 goals as a senior before injuring her knee in the OIA Championship semifinals.

Yamamoto stars in MLB debut

Yamamoto, 23, retired the first seven batters that he faced and recorded his first career strikeout against none other than Hilo native Kolten Wong.

Updates on Hawaii players selected in 2019 MLB Draft

Edgar Barclay, a junior at Cal State Bakersfield from Hilo, was selected in the 15th round by the New York Yankees with the 465th overall selection.

  Tuitele calls Hall of Honor induction a dream come true

“I’m not gonna lie, it was a teary-eyed moment,” Tuitele said. “It kind of just sums up my whole career. It shows that hard work does pay off.”

  HHSAA inducts Class of 2019 into Hall of Honor

But on top of receiving the honor of being inducted and having their sporting legacies remembered for years to come, they also received a keynote speech from former Punahou graduate Manti Te’o, who was inducted into the Hall of Honor 10 years ago.

  808 Passing Academy is Schroeder’s way to ‘pay it forward’

“I'm just excited to be back.” Schroeder said, “We have largely the same coaching staff so it's good to keep that cohesion -- I can speak for the entire coaching staff that we are really excited to get back out there Saturday night.”

  GPA Showcase gives local football players opportunity to shine

The two-day clinic will take place at Kamehameha-Kapalama football field.

  University of Hawaii leads Youth Impact Program

The program already has over 100 young boys that are at risk and economically disadvantaged signed up for this summer.

Saint Louis football’s Wilson named to 2020 Polynesian Bowl roster

The 6-foot, 175-pound Wilson is listed as the nation's No. 58 wide receiver, according to 247Sports.

Saint Francis ends season on high note with DII state title win over Waimea

With the win, the boys baseball team joins the school’s softball and boys volleyball teams as state champions this season.

Punahou takes down Mililani in DI state title game

Jake Tsukada led the way for the Buffanblu going 2-of-3 from the plate scoring a run and recording an RBI-double. On the mound, Tyler Shimabukuro pitched 4.3 innings, allowing just one run in the win.

ICYMI: State titles handed out in girls water polo, boys volleyball, softball

In what was a busy weekend in high school sports across Hawaii, new champions were crowned in softball, boys volleyball and girls water polo.

Hirata named ‘Iolani boys varsity head coach

Hirata, 32, has served as the head coach of the Mid-Pacific Institute boys varsity basketball team for the past five seasons, earning the ILH Coach of the Year honors in 2014.

  Kamehameha girls and boys wrestling teams win third state title

The Kamehameha boys and girls dominated on the mat, winning team state titles.

  After 35 years, the Maryknoll Spartans are state champions again

It’s a drought that started in 1984, when the school won it’s first state championship.

  The man behind the Monarch milestone

The Damien hoops program is on the rise, with back-to-back state title game appearances on the hardwood being lead by coach Alvin Stephenson.

  Spartans dominate Punahou 50-34 in Division I final

Maryknoll Spartans have win their first basketball state crown since 1984 with dominant performance over last years defending champions.

  Monarchs win Division II state basketball title

The Damien Monarchs defeated the Farrington Governors 73-50 to win the program’s first ever state basketball title in school history.

Kamehameha wins boys and girls wrestling team state titles

Leilehua’s Kelani Corbrett won her fourth consecutive state title to become just the fifth girl in state history to win the state crown every year.

Punahou advances over Lunas in Quarterfinal

Punahou dominated in a quarterfinal match-up against the #3 Lahainaluna Lunas 74-54 at Moanalua high school.

Iolani beats Moanalua in OT thriller

The Raiders hit timely shots down the stretch to force overtime where they scored 11 points in the extra period, while Moanalua mustered just six.

  Hawaii’s top pound-for-pound wrestlers look to repeat at states

The Texaco HHSAA Wrestling State Championships kick off tomorrow morning at the Blaisdell Arena, and all eyes will be on the states top pound for pound contenders.

  Iolani girl’s basketball team wins first state title in 23 years

The team joined us on Sunrise to talk about the close game with Kamehameha in the title game and about the season.

  Moanalua survives OT thriller against Kailua, 56-49, to win OIA DI title

Na Menehune took down Kailua High in overtime, 56-49, en route to the school’s sixth OIA title Wednesday night.

  Farrington edges out Kaiser, 56-43, to win OIA DII title

Led by Raefe McEnroe’s 18-point, 13-rebound double-double, Farrington captured its first DII title 2011.

  Punahou boys soccer team remains state champs for third year

For the third time in five years the Punahou boys soccer team has emerged as state champs.

Hawaii’s Ikei wins wrestling gold medal in Austria

Ikei took home a gold medal in Austria over the weekend, going undefeated (4-) at 53 kg. She secured wins over Slovenian, German and Polish opposition.

  After starting the year as a 0-star recruit, Haunga finally earns his scholarship

Haunga never let the recruiting process get him down, even as he was listed as the 3,012th prospect in the country by 247Sports.

  Falatea’s decision to sign with Princeton based on education

Falatea didn’t hesitate once Princeton offered him an opportunity to continue his football career on the collegiate stage. But it wasn’t necessarily football that drew Falatea to Princeton; it was the opportunity to set himself up for life.

  Warrior football adds 8 new players on National Letter of Intent Signing Day

The eight players will bring Hawaii's 2019 recruiting class to 21 after signing 13 players on Early Signing Day back in December.

  Makaula’s recruiting journey had its twist and turns, but he found the right fit at USC

This morning’s National Letter of Intent Signing Day was a culmination of hard work for Makaula, who didn’t have a clue where or if he would be playing college football on a scholarship less than a month ago.

  Local student-athletes put pen to paper on National Letter of Intent Signing Day

Here’s a breakdown of which student-athletes have signed where for their respective sports:

  4 standout female high school football players hope to inspire others to play

While predominantly a male-driven sport in Hawaii and throughout the country, high school football in the islands have begun to embrace the idea of having girls play on the same field as boys not to make headlines, but because they can play.

  Kamehameha captures Division I girls state soccer title 1-0

Kamehameha entered as the heavy favorites and the number 1 overall seed, Warriors Carley Park was named most outstanding player of the tournament.

  Hawaii Prep Academy wins Division II girls soccer crown 4-0

The dynasty looks to be stronger then ever as HPA led the state final matchup from start to finish.

  This Hawaii teen has beat the odds to become a top talent on the court

On the basketball court number 23 for the Pearl City Chargers looks and plays just like any other player on the hardwood.

PHOTOS: 2019 Polynesian Bowl

The third annual Polynesian Bowl was won by Team Makai tonight by a score of 27-7 at Aloha Stadium.

Heading to the 2019 Polynesian Bowl? Here’s what you need to know

100 of the country’s elite high school football players will represent Team Makai and Team Mauka and will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network.

  A friendship forged on the gridiron

Polynesian Bowl gives childhood friends last opportunity to play together before college.

  Unranked: Suliafu making a name for himself at 2019 Polynesian Bowl

Instead of trying to convince people that they’re wrong about his skillset, Suliafu simply straps on his helmet, sticks his hand in the ground, bites down on his mouthpiece and showcases violence in the trenches.

  Polynesian Bowl players, coaches reflect on ’very humbling’ trip to Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial

Today’s visit to Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial was a humbling one. And an experience that puts everything in perspective.

  Playing 2019 Polynesian Bowl at Aloha Stadium is ‘special’ for local players

“I both started and finished my high school career here, so it’s kind of sentimental to me."

What you need to know ahead of the 2019 Polynesian Bowl

Of the 100 players, 26 of them graduated are currently from high schools on the islands - majority of which are listed as three-, four- and five-star recruits.

Tickets to star-studded 2019 Polynesian Bowl now on sale

The stars will be out in force at the 2019 Polynesian Bowl, and tickets to the game are on sale now.

  Hawaii high school products headline Warriors’ early signing period class

The Rainbow Warrior football team secured 13 new commitments from early signees today during the early signing period and continued its mission to defend pride rock.

  Saint Louis’ Tuitele has dream of playing college football turn into reality after signing with Huskies

"Choosing (Washington) I think was the best decision that I have made in my life. I feel so comfortable and I just feel at home,” he said.

  Kaimuki’s Paama calls signing with Washington ‘a blessing’

Citing family, faith and the right fit for himself and his mother, Paama feels that he found a second home on the west coast.

  Mililani’s Gabriel signs with UCF Football

The 2018 Gatorade Hawaii Football Player of the Year officially signed his National Letter of Intent with the Knights this afternoon at his high school’s library.

  Medina wins 2018 Billabong Pipe Masters

Banzai Pipeline produced yet another epic moment.

  You’ll be able to see the nation’s top-ranked prep basketball team at this year’s Iolani Classic

This year the tournament will be highlighted by Montverde Academy. The team from Florida is currently ranked number 1 in the country according to USA today.

'Unequal treatment’: Athletes file class action over lack of girls’ facilities, opportunities at Hawaii schools

“Simply because of their gender ... plaintiffs experience grossly unequal treatment, benefits and opportunities in relation to male athletes.”

Mililani’s Gabriel named Gatorade Hawaii Football Player of the Year

The 6-foot, 190-pound senior quarterback threw for 3,754 yards and 38 touchdowns this past season, leading the Trojans (10-3) to the Division I Open state tournament championship game.

NFL’s Ngata, Smith-Schuster named honorary captains for 2019 Polynesian Bowl

The 2019 Polynesian Bowl just keeps getting better and better.