Everything is a race when you’re traveling with the track team, especially your getaway.
The months have turned into weeks and now the dream of winning the Maui Interscholastic League’s first state track and field championship in the girls division is 28 days away.
There is no substitute for hard work and Cody Nakamura, the new head football coach at Kamehameha Schools Maui, will be expecting plenty of it once he meets with the returning players on Wednesday.
Hana High School volleyball standout Pakalana Helekahi-Cass signed a letter of intent to attend Ashford University in Iowa on a full scholarship.
The Seabury Hall girls and the Baldwin High boys flexed their track and field muscle Saturday, producing dominate team victories at the Victorino Ohana Invitational.
Baldwin High School’s Amber Kozaki continued her record-breaking tour of the Maui Interscholastic League track and field season Friday at the Victorino Ohana Invitational trials.
Trials for Victorno Ohana Invitational Track & Field Meet will be held Friday at the Satoki Yamamoto Track & Field Facility, beginning at 4 p.m.
Athletes, from youth to high school, from girls to boys, from Maui to Oahu, yearning to take their talents to the next level call Coach Kamalani of Get FAST (Fundamental Agility Speed Training).
In the end, the cheers that shook the Anaheim Convention Center was for the Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders.
Although it has taken some time, Seabury Hall’s Alyssa Bettendorf is officially all-in.
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