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As OIA’s East and West conferences enter the final week of their respective regular seasons, there is still much to..
Joseph Gouty was at his best in Leilehua’s biggest games this past season, helping to fuel the Mules’ riveting postseason..
Team unity on and off the field went a long way for Mililani in the team’s postseason baseball run last..
Fresh off of a highly successful boys basketball season, Hanalani is breaking new ground this spring by fielding varsity baseball..
In the ultra-competitive OIA Red West baseball race, Mililani head coach Mark Hirayama always is focused on his own team...
Toni Baysa’s breakthrough season on the softball field came early. “My greatest memory from childhood was during my Bobby Sox..
No one had to tell the Mililani boys soccer team that the margin for error is thin in the postseason...
Hanalani’s boys basketball team didn’t have to wait for this week’s ILH Division II playoffs to play with a sense..
At long last, the “second season” has arrived for both the Mililani and Waialua girls soccer teams. As the Division..
Talk around the Mililani girls basketball program last summer was more about who wouldn’t be in the Trojans’ lineup rather..
The OIA boys soccer season has reached the midpoint of the 2015 season, prompting Central Oahu Islander to look at..
Should the Mililani girls basketball team make another post-season run next month, it will likely look back on its defensive..
No one doubted that the Division I state championship game Nov. 21 between Punahou and Mililani would live up to..
Early season travel always has brought out the best in the Mililani girls basketball team in recent years, in head..
Mililani’s dominance of the OIA Blue conference on the football field this fall was not lost on opposing coaches when..