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Fall HHSAA tournaments are now underway.

Fall Sports State Competitions

Nov. 8, 2023

State competitions for Fall sports are now underway this week and next! Join us in cheering on our Warriors as they look to build on their BIIF successes with strong performance in the statewide competitions.  

Individual athlete sports highlighted week one of the HHSAA competitions taking place this week. Team sports take over in week two of the Hawaiʻi High School Athletics Association (HHSAA) competition schedule.



Our BIIF championship cheer team will be in competition on Monday, November 6 starting at 6 p.m. from the Stan Sheriff Center at UH Mānoa.  

ʻIolani School live streamed the event on their YouTube channel

See the Cheerleading Tournament page on 


UPDATE: Warriors defeated Roosevelt in straight sets (25-19, 25-17, 25-17) to advance to the DI Semifinals where they'll take on Punahou at 5 p.m. at Moanalua High School. 

After their fourth straight BIIF DI title, our girls volleyball team will look to followup on their 2nd place finish in last year's state competition and bring home the koa trophy. They will open up tournament play on Wednesday, November 8 at 5:30 p.m. in the McKinley High School gym facing Roosevelt after their straight set victory on Monday night over KS Maui. See for bracket updates and more information. 

Games will be broadcast on Spectrum OC16 or on their XCast. 

Tickets will  be purchased on the HHSAA GoFan page


DII Tournament will open on Friday, November 10 as our Warriors will travel to also take on Roosevelt at 7 p.m. at Ticky Vasconcellos Roosevelt Stadium in the quarterfinals of the tournament. Additional info can be found on the website. Tickets for the game are $12 and should be purchased online from the HHSAA GoFan Page.  

After coming up just short the last two years, our Warriors beat HPA last Friday in a rubber match, 38-0, to win the program's 8th BIIF DII Title and earn this berth in the state title tournament. The DII State Championship Game is scheduled for Friday, November 25. 



The state tournament for air riflery took place on Tuesday, October 31. Hoʻomaikaʻi to our Girls Air Riflery team who finished 2nd for the second straight state tournament, led by sophomore Danica-Jason Fujimoto who won her second straight silver finish in the Girls competition. See tournament results on the Air Riflery page


Bowling takes place November 2nd and 3rd at the Schofield Bowling Complex on Oʻahu. Find results on the HHSAA website

In a special moment on Day 1 of the tournament, our bowlers joined with haumāna from KS Maui and KS Kapālama to sing Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī and open up the competition. Watch the video on the HHSAA Sports Instagram


Runners will take the Central Oʻahu Regional Park course in Waipiʻo this Saturday, November 4. Boys race is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. and the girls race at 9:15 a.m. See the course map and other information on the website. 


I Mua Kamehameha! 

The Girls Team and sophomore Danica-Jason Fujimoto placed 2nd in the HHSAA competition for the 2nd straight year!

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