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Eyes on the prize: Konawaena prepared for battle against run-heavy Lunas in state title game

| | Nov 17 2017 - 12:06am | Comments

KEALAKEKUA — In preparation for the program’s first ever state championship appearance, Konawaena has spent the better part of the last two weeks getting down and dirty, which isn’t hard on the Wildcats’ field that usually has plenty of mud to go around.

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    It’s hard to imagine that Sunday’s Post Ironman Sprint Triathlon celebrated Carl “Gecko” Koomoa’s 25th anniversary of hosting Team Mango Racing events.

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    It was in the fall of 2009 — six months before the first iPad was sold — when Hawaii offensive lineman John Wa’a missed a football practice.

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    BALTIMORE — The Miami Dolphins hope a quarterback change won’t blunt the momentum they’ve gathered from a three-game winning streak.

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    LOS ANGELES — George Springer screamed with joy as he circled the bases after hitting a two-run homer in the 11th inning.

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    HONOLULU — No. 1 Alabama had an opportunity to secure its second shutout of the season last Saturday against Tennessee.

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    HONOLULU — Kohala ran into an ILH powerhouse that looks like a David but is disguised as a Goliath, and the volleyball battlefield was tilted in Hawaii Baptist Academy’s favor all afternoon long.

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    A sign-up sheet at the middle school passes as a feeder program for Kamehameha’s girls bowling team.

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    The university’s football home is an aging, deteriorating stadium that will cost upwards of $100 million just in basic health and safety repairs to maintain for another decade.

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    As a slender October crescent moon slowly descended into the sea, two fishing boats left Honokohau Harbor in hopes of catching mahimahi.

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    KAILUA-KONA — The first step towards history will begin at home for Konawaena and Hilo.

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    Makalei Kolepa Hui

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    KAILUA-KONA — A pair of Big Islanders traveled to Japan in late September and helped lead Team Hawaii to a second place finish in the 2017 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship. Finishing behind only Team USA, 16-year-old Ocean Donaldson-Sargis and 14-year-old Brodi Sale picked up valuable points for the Aloha State, with the decisive heat coming on the final day of competition.

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    HILO – Hilo’s Kahale Huddleston unexpectedly switched his jersey number for the BIIF Division I football championship game, not that anyone was confused.

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    KEAAU – There is more to running cross-country than the obvious physical exertions.