Already the most decorated cheer club in the 50th state, the Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders returned to Maui on Monday with its latest national championship. This one, however, will be talked about for years.
Seabury Hall’s Cameron King finished with a game-high 24 points Saturday as the Spartans of Olinda defeated Kohala, 57-45, en route to a third-place finish at the 2014 Division II state boys basketball tournament on Oahu.
Baldwin High School’s Philip Thomas continued to find his groove Friday against Mililani, finishing with a double-double — 20 points and 10 rebounds — in the Bears’ 63-54 victory at the Neal Blaisdell Arena.
Cameron King scored a game-high 26 points to lead Seabury Hall to a 58-55 victory over Damien in Thursday’s Division II quarterfinal action of the Hawaiian Airlines Boys Basketball Championships on Oahu.
Third-seeded Baldwin High School played without its best player, Teva Eldridge, in the critical fourth quarter Thursday against Maryknoll and his absence ultimately proved too much to overcome as the Bears dropped their quarterfinal game to the Spartans, 66-61, at Radford Gymnasium.