For the first time since 2010, our team has made it to the final four. The boys took down the number two seeded Waianea team down 3-1. Jonah Hurney '18 pitched a solid seven innings only giving up three hits. Our runs tonight were scored by Jonah Hurney '18 after a triple and two by Todd Hill '20. The boys will play in the semi-finals against the number three seed, Damien on Friday at 1:00. Good luck, boys!
Our Ka Makani volleyball team beat Kohala tonight in an exciting five, close sets sending them to the BIIF Championship where they will face Konawaena. The boys were down 13-10 in the final set, Coach Russell called a timeout. Team captain Ghar Pautz '17 brought the team together and said, "This whole season we have fought to get back to where we are right now. This is it, this is our game." The boys will head down to Kamehameha for the final on Friday night. Good luck, boys!
BIIF Champions! Congratulations to the girl's water polo team on their championship and good luck at states, ladies!
Finishing the regular season with a 9-4 record, the boys will start the BIIF playoffs next week to fight for the BIIF DII title.
The girls dominated in the pool Friday afternoon in the BIIF Semi-Final game against Konawaena. They will play Kamehameha on Saturday for the BIIF Championship. Bring it home, ladies!
Ehunui was no match for our hard hitting offense and our strong defensive backcourt. In this low scoring game (25-9, 25-4, and 25-8), we had control of the momentum for the whole game. With one game left in the regular season, the boys prepare for Friday night's matchup in Honoka'a.
One more week. Three games left until playoffs and the boys started this week off with a win down in Pahoa.
Kohala definitely gave these boys a challenge on the court on Saturday but our Ka Makani boys pulled out the win in three very close sets. "I am very proud of the way we played today," senior Ethan Stake says, "It was by far the best we have played all season."
The lacrosse boys took Konawaena by storm once again in their first home game. With a 12-4 win, every player got some time out on the field.
Tonight, our five seniors, Dylan Dikobo, Kai Miller, Ethan Stake, Asa Twigg-Smith, and Ghar Pautz, were recognized for their accomplishments on the volleyball team here, at HPA. With a 3-0 win over Parker School, the team reflected on their time on the volleyball court as a Ka Makani. “The most memorable part about volleyball is really the feeling of camaraderie amongst our team and really making a family with the people you play with,” senior, Asa Twigg-Smith says after the game.