Honolulu Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Honolulu, HI

  • Saturday Nov 22 | via West Hawaii Today 

    BIIF girls basketball: Next Poe ready to produce at ...

    It just feels like there has always been a Poe sister to keep the run of dominance going for the Kamehameha basketball team, which happens to be the most accomplished program on the league's Division II level. Parents Shannon and Tracy Poe have five children, including four hoopster daughters: Chelsea , Casey , junior Caitlin and freshman Camille, the latest addition to the Warrior dynasty.

    Comment?

  • Saturday Nov 22 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    Mililani outlasts Punahou, 53-45, to win its first s...

    Mililani's Kainoa Wilson pulled in a touchdown pass ahead of Punahou's Dayson Watanabe during the first half Friday night at Aloha Stadium. Punahou's Wayne Taulapapa cut between Mililani's Savion Fonoti, 48, and Sergio Urena in the first half Friday at Aloha Stadium.

    Comment?

  • Saturday Nov 15 | via The Honolulu Advertiser 

    Mililani relies on defense to hold off Farrington in...

    Defense gave Mililani another shot at a title as the Trojans survived a 17-14 duel with Farrington on Saturday at Aloha Stadium to return to Friday's Division I final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA State Championship "It's been on the back burner honestly," Mililani defensive lineman Rex Manu said. "I think we've been taking it one game at a time and ultimately it led us to this point."

    Comment?

  • Friday Nov 14 | via West Hawaii Today 

    Chalk Talk with Paps: Kamehameha face No. 1 seed Lah...

    Kamehameha-Hawaii made history last week with a convincing 42-20 win against Nanakuli in the first round of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Tournament, but the Warriors' postseason ride is far from over. The Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division II champions travel to Maui to face undefeated Lahainaluna Saturday at War Memorial Stadium in Wailuku.

    Comment?

Honolulu High Schools

Farrington High School (1564 North King Street)
Kaimuki High School (2705 Kaimuki Avenue)
Kaiser High School (511 Lunalilo Home Road)
Kalani High School (4680 Kalanianaole Highway)
McKinley High School (1039 South King Street)