The Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association is within a week of tentatively releasing a spring sports schedule, HHSAA Executive Director Christoper Chun announced on KHON2 in a recent interview.
Bernard Matsumoto, from Lihu‘e, hit his second hole-in-one on Oct. 7 at Wailua Golf Course.
LIHU‘E — Ocean Course at Hokuala golf professional Kellie Hines coached or joked with Sharron Weber of Tire Warehouse while briefing the field of 72 golfers participating in the 27th Annual Contractors Association of Kaua‘i scholarship golf tournament, Saturday morning.
PRINCEVILLE — Princeville Makai Golf Club’s General Manager Doug Suttor decided to admit his enthusiasm for the third annual Princeville Patriot Golf Day which will take place at 7:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 at Makai’s Golf Course.
LIHU’E — When Adam Tabalno enters a national and international weightlifting competition, he isn’t just doing this to fulfill his competitive edge.
The majority of Tua Tagovailoa fans anxiously await his first snap inside in a real NFL game.
KOLOA — Alaka‘i O Kaua‘i Charter School kindergartner Keegan Carolan was obviously proud of completing the Ninja Warrior Competition obstacle course set up in the school’s playgrounds.
National Federation of State High School Associations Executive Director Dr. Karissa L. Niehoff wrote a very poignant editorial piece addressing the changing dynamics that high-school sports on a national level have experienced with COVID-19.
HONOLULU — The University of Hawai‘i football program might just have a shot at defending its West Division championship, as the Mountain West Conference announced the resumption of the football season starting the weekend of Oct. 23 and 24 during a press conference Friday in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
NAWILIWILI — Kato hung on to squeeze out a win and take the lead in the Nawiliwili Yacht Club’s Wahine Series, Thursday in a hard-fought battle of skippering skill and seamanship in winds of 8- to 10-knots blowing out of the northeast at the Nawiliwili Harbor.
Listening to Miami Dolphins’ starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick at the Dolphins’ YouTube press conference leading up to preparation for week two against the Buffalo Bills is listening to a quarterback that understands his role: to groom Tua Tagovailoa.