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Brooms come out as HIANG sweep doubleheader

Brooms come out as HIANG sweep doubleheader

Story and photo by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele Softball season is just getting started, but you couldn’t tell that from the way the Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) kicked off the 2015 intramural season. On April 13, playing in the wide-open spaces of Ward Field, the HIANG broke out the sticks early and […]

Air Mobility Squadron send 647th CES to first defeat

Air Mobility Squadron send 647th CES to first defeat

Story and photo by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele On April 9, the final day of the regular season, the 735th Air Mobility Squadron (735 AMS) did something that no team was able to do: beat the 647th Civil Engineer Squadron (647 CES) Bulls. One week before the playoffs, the 735 AMS solidified their […]

Little Stroller Warriors reach milestone event

Little Stroller Warriors reach milestone event

Story and photos by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele Taking a cue from their moms, little ones as young as 2 years old celebrated with their families after finishing off 13 weeks of dedication that saw the tykes run the equivalent of a marathon. Held as part of Stroller Warriors, a worldwide organization that […]

15th MXG ‘B’ score four times to beat Cheyenne

15th MXG ‘B’ score four times to beat Cheyenne

Story and photo by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele Preparing to take another shot at the intramural soccer championship, the 15th Maintenance Group (15 MXG) “B” took a step toward that goal by easily handling USS Cheyenne (SSN 773), 4-0, on April 4 in a White Division matchup at Ward Field, Joint Base Pearl […]

Shipyard reserves good enough to beat Company I

Shipyard reserves good enough to beat Company I

Story and photos by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele Even competing without a few key members on their squad, the Summer Soccer League champions Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard still gathered enough steam to beat Company I from Camp H.M. Smith, 3-0, on April 4 in a Red Division intramural soccer matchup at Ward Field, […]

647th CES sit alone at the top with win over NIOC

647th CES sit alone at the top with win over NIOC

Story and photos by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho’okele In a game worthy of a title showdown, the 647th Civil Engineer Squadron (647 CES) Bulls rallied from a two-point deficit with less than 20 seconds on the clock to defeat Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Hawaii, 40-37, on April 2 in a Blue Division […]

Shipyard squeaks past NIOC to remain undefeated

Shipyard squeaks past NIOC to remain undefeated

Story and photo by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele It wasn’t the runaway win that Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard attained two weeks ago, but one goal was good enough for PHNSY to get past Navy Information Operations C o m m a n d ( N I O C ) Hawaii, 1-0, on March […]

NIOC wins to set up for Blue championship showdown

NIOC wins to set up for Blue championship showdown

Story and photos by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Hawaii fought off a strong challenge from the 690th Cyberspace Operations Squadron (690 COS), but in the end, held on to win by a score of 42-36 on March 26 in a Blue Division intramural basketball game at Joint Base […]

Port Royal clinches Afloat Division championship

Port Royal clinches Afloat Division championship

Story and photos by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele With less than two weeks remaining in the intramural basketball season, USS Port Royal (CG 73) has taken one step closer toward repeating as Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam champions. On March 28, Port Royal locked up the Afloat Division’s regular-season title and number one seed […]

HIANG bounces back to capture first win

HIANG bounces back to capture first win

Story and photo by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Ho‘okele Last year, Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) strung eight wins in a row to finish off the regular season with a Red Division title and a perfect 8-0 record. A year later and another year older, the HIANG were stunned with a loss in their […]