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Did the NFL Rush the 2020 season?

49ers, defensive end, Nick Bosa gets carted off the field after tearing his ACL.

Trevor Siu, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2020

The highly anticipated 2020 NFL season started earlier this September and with little to no live-action sports and the on-going Covid-19 pandemic, people were excited to finally see football again after seven long months of waiting.   Though teams across the league began preparing for their...

Varsity Cheerleaders Experience at Nationals

Here, is the varsity cheerleading team with their trophy in front of the finals competition castle.

Zaysha Akina-Mahoe and Lisa Hopoi

March 5, 2020

Kamehameha’s varsity cheerleaders competed in the national cheerleading competition in Orlando Florida for the first time in a while. They competed on a national level and enjoyed Disney World in celebration on February 5-11. They performed with almost 20,000 athletes and 1,000 teams from across...

The Use of Plastic in Sports, the Effects, the Pros, the Cons

A sports drink left behind on a grass field, is just one of the many single use plastics that are discarded during sporting events.

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter

February 22, 2020

In recent years plastic has changed sports and the world. However, plastic has negative effects on the environment but at the same time has revolutionized safety in sports. Plastic has taken a lead in sports safety as most of the safety equipment used such as helmets, mouth guards; shoulder, hip,...

Kamehameha Men’s Canoe Paddling Team Gives Back to Polynesian Voyaging Society

Paddling athletes and managers give back to the Polynesian Voyaging Society.

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2020

With canoe paddling season in full swing, athletes and managers of the Kamehamehamen’s canoe paddling team have the opportunity to volunteer with the Polynesian Voyaging Society (PVS). Every Tuesday and Thursday, a group of men takes a break from paddling to give back to their community, specifically...

An Inside look on Standout Student Athlete Tara DeSa

Adorned with lei, Tara DeSa showcases her commitment to UC Berkeley after the signing.

Mahealani Deenik, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

Tara DeSa, a driven student and outstanding athlete with a down to earth persona, is set to play Division 1 Volleyball at the University of California, Berkeley next fall. The Kamehameha Senior led the warriors to secure a State Championship in October against Punahou. DeSa is excited to attend UC...

Students Sign to Colleges on National Letter of Intent Day

Kapalama Warriors at the National Letter of Intent signing to their colleges

Kaimele Kop, Staff Reporter

November 29, 2019

Eleven senior athletes from Kamehameha Kapalama participated in the National Letter of Intent Ceremony at the Sheraton Waikiki to publicly sign and commit to their future school.   After years of after school practices and training in their respected sports, these students’ hard work paid...

KS Athletes Earn All-America Accolades

Seniors Bryanne Soares, Keonilei Akana, and Tara De Sa were recognized as 2019 Under Armour High School All-Americans.

Lionel Barona, Adviser

November 7, 2019

Yesterday’s announcement of the 2019 Under Armour Girls High School All-America Volleyball Teams garnered more attention for the state championship volleyball team. Seniors Bryanne Soares, Keonilei Akana, and Tara Tesa made the list which recognized the top senior volleyball players throughout the...

Fair Pay to Play Act is Changing the Game

California Governor Gavin Newsom, signed a bill, California Fair Pay to PlayAct, which will allow college athletes to receive endorsements and hire agent.

Tierney Apuakehau, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2019

California Governor Gavin Newsom, signed a bill, California Fair Pay to PlayAct, which will allow college athletes to receive endorsements and hire agents.  This is the first of its kind in NCAA and state history, threatening the business model of college sports. The new law is supposed to take eff...

William Ho: Scholar Athlete

William Ho is a student involved in soccer, cross country, and track who is also an honors and AP course student.

Hannah Mahealani Roehm, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2019

The life of a high school student is undoubtedly rigorous, and the pressure of stabilizing our lives is beyond difficult. However, with the right amount of balance, managing our busy schedules will seem less intimidating.  Meet William Ho, a scholar-athlete from the class of 2021. Ho holds commend...

The KS Varsity Cheer Team: Preparing for the Chance of a Lifetime

Cheer team gets in formation to begin a band dance.

Kiana Kalahele, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2019

With the cheerleaders being occupied with football games, ILH competition, and states competition as well, they now have one more thing to focus on: nationals.  The last time that the KS cheer team went to nationals was during the 2014-2015 school year, and finally, they are going back.  The ...

Meet the KS Distance Boys!

KS Distance Boys striking a pose

Jordan Nunies, Social Media Director

October 21, 2019

  Since the start of school, there has been movement on Konia field. A group of boys, led by Jonah Domingo, play ultimate frisbee every day. They're better known as the KS Distance boys.             The KS Distance boys can be found playing ultimate frisbee before the start of school and d...

Three KS Seniors Selected to 2019 All Star Game

Three KS Seniors Selected to 2019 All Star Game

Colt Almodova, Reporter

November 6, 2018

KAPĀLAMA - Three Kamehameha football seniors have been selected to the 2019 Polynesian Bowl. Among the three selected so far, offensive lineman Lokahi Pauole, linebacker Hoku Arias, and defensive lineman Kupono Blake.   After the season’s conclusion in the ILH playoffs, the Polynesian Bowl...

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