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Broadcast Archive

The Kamehameha-Kapalama tops Campbell 4-0 to advance to the Wally Yonamine Foundation State Baseball Championship game.

After trailing 1-0 for most of the game, the Baldwin Bears roar back to top the Mililani Trojans 2-1 and advance to the Wally Yonamine Foundation State Baseball Championship game.

Campbell tops Leilehua 10-3 to win the OIA DI Baseball Championship. The Sabers take home their first league crown in baseball since 2015 and adds to multiple league titles won this season.

The Waipahu Marauders bested the Kahuku Red Raiders 4-2 to claim the 2023 OIA DII Baseball Championship, their first since 2012.

In a clash of unbeaten titans, Na Menehune of Moanalua took down the Mililani Trojans in straight sets, 25-11, 25-22, 25-21, to defend their title and win the program’s 12th overall league championship.

Radford beat Aiea in straight sets to claim their first OIA DII Title in Boys Volleyball. Radford’s Keahi Kaneakua was the only player in the match to tally double-digit kills on either side, finishing an excellent all-around night with 11 kills, 13 assists, five digs and a team-leading three service aces.

For the 3rd time this season with the highest stakes yet, the top two teams from OIA DI West matched up on Apr. 22. Taryn Irimata pitched a 1-hit shutout as undefeated Campbell took down rival Waianae, 7-0, for the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I softball title.

In Saturday’s Oahu Interscholastic Association DII championship, the Nanakuli Golden Hawks found themselves trailing for just the 2nd time all season after Aiea took a 5-0 lead in the 3rd inning. Nanakuli leaned on experience of a similar situation from earlier in the season and remained calm, coming back to win the Division II crown, 9-5.

Campbell shutout Waianae 7-0 to claim the top spot in the Oahu Interscholastic Association DI West. Taryn Irimata allowed just 2 hits with 6 strikeouts. RF Kaiana Kong led the Sabers’ offense going 3-for-3 with 3 RBI.

University of Hawai’i commit Kai Rodriguez led Moanlua with 11 kills and 3 aces in their sweep over Kaiser (25-19, 25-13, 25-14). Fellow UH commits Zachary Yewchuk had 8 kills and Justin Todd did not play.

Campbell avenged their only loss of the regular season after beating Mililani 50-45 in overtime to claim their first OIA championship in boys basketball. Mizah Carreira led the Sabers with 21 points.

After being down 16 points at the half, Farrington rallied back to defeat Kalani 68-55 in overtime to claim their third OIA DII boys basketball title. Gerald Gallardo led the Governors in scoring with 17 points. Dominique Mose-Smith added 15 points and nabbed 15 rebounds.

Campbell held off Moanalua to win the OIA DI Girls Basketball Championship, 28-22. Julien Parado led the Sabers with 8 points and 11 rebounds.

Despite a furious late charge from the Castle Knights, the Pearl City Chargers held on to win the OIA Division II Girls Basketball Championship, 39-32. Shilee Scanlan led the Chargers with 13 points, 13 rebounds.