Follow Your School’s Teams

August, 2014

Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just a proud parent trying to keep up with your child’s team, three local websites help you follow high school sports in Hawaii.

ScoringLive, run by Oceanic Time Warner Cable, has a comprehensive array of statistics, student-athlete profiles, team standings and game recaps. It also offers live streams of TV and radio broadcasts, and past events can be accessed from its archive. 

Four or five sports are highlighted on its front page in tabs, depending on the season. During the late summer and fall, for instance, football is among the highlight sports. 

 ScoringLive has platforms on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram that are updated regularly. 

Sports High is the official website of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association. Sports are categorized by season: fall, winter and spring. Twitter is the site’s main platform when covering live events and, when the events are completed, statistics are neatly packaged with photos.  

This website displays schools that are members of the HHSA – which includes both public and private high schools – and provides emails of some of the schools’ coaches. 

One aspect that separates Sports High from the other two sites is its scholarship opportunities. Each year, the main program, the High School Hall of Honor scholarship, gives 12 student-athletes $2,000 each to help defray their expenses for higher education.

 A bulletin board provides information about employment opportunities, such as coaching and referee positions. 

Hawaii Prep World, run by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, offers stories, live blogs and event videos. Its homepage primarily focuses on football, basketball, soccer and wrestling. If you’re looking for other sports, the bottom of the homepage categorizes sports by season. 

There are some interesting stories pertaining to athletic administration in its archive, but they are outdated. 

Hawaii Prep World regularly uses Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Its homepage includes a Twitter feed of game results. Team rankings in some sports are also available in season. 

Major League Baseball

Scott Feldman

Relief Pitcher, Houston Astros

Born: Kailua, Oahu (grew up in California)

Three-year contract

(2014-2016): $30 million

$12 million in 2014

Brandon League

Relief Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers

Saint Louis School

Three-year contract

(2013-2015): $22.5 million

$7.5 million in 2014

Kurt Suzuki

Catcher, Minnesota Twins

Born: Wailuku, Baldwin High

One-year contract

$2.75 million in 2014

Shane Victorino

Outfielder, Boston Red Sox

Born: Wailuku, St. Anthony High

Three-year contract

(2013-2015): $39 million

$13 million in 2014

Kolten Wong

Second Baseman, St. Louis Cardinals

Born: Hilo, Kamehameha-Hawaii, UH

One-year contract

$500,000 in 2014

National Football League

Tyson Alualu

Defensive Tackle, Jacksonville Jaguars

Born: Honolulu, Saint Louis School

Five-year contract

(2010-2014): $28 million

$2.571 million in 2014

John Estes

Center, Arizona Cardinals

UH

Two-year contract

(2014-2015): $1.08 million

$495,000 in 2014

Alex Green

Running Back, New York Jets

UH

Four-year contract

(2011-2014): $2.58 million

$645,000 in 2014

Shawn Lauvao

Guard, Washington Redskins

Born: Honolulu, Farrington High

Four-year contract

(2014-2017): $17 million

$2 million in 2014

Phil Loadholt

Tackle, Minnesota Vikings

Born: Honolulu (grew up in Colorado)

Four-year contract

(2013-2016): $25 million

$3.4 million in 2014

John Lotulelei

Linebacker, Jacksonville Jaguars

Born: Kihei, Maui, Baldwin High

Three-year contract

(2013-2015): $1.51 million

$495,000 in 2014

Kaluka Maiava

Linebacker, Oakland Raiders

Born: Honolulu, Baldwin High

Three-year contract

(2013-2015): $6 million

$1.535 million in 2014

Kealoha Pilares

Wide Receiver, Carolina Panthers

Born: Honolulu, Damien Memorial School, UH

Four-year contract

(2011-2014): $2.26 million

$645,000 in 2014

Dominic Raiola

Center, Detroit Lions

Born: Honolulu, Saint Louis School

One-year contract

(2014): $1.5 million 

$1.25 million in 2014 (plus $250,000 signing bonus)

Greg Salas

Wide Receiver, New York Jets

UH

Two-year contract

(2013-2014): $1.2 million

$645,000 in 2014

Manti Teo

Linebacker, San Diego Chargers

Born: Laie, Punahou School

Four-year contract

(2013-2016): $5.17 million

$640,110 in 2014

Max Unger

Center, Seattle Seahawks

Born: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Preparatory Academy

Five-year contract

(2012-2016): $25.835 million

$5 million in 2014

Major League Soccer

Andrew Dykstra

Goalkeeper, DC United

Born: Honolulu (grew up in Virginia)

$48,825 in 2014

Zach Scott

Defender, Seattle Sounders FC

Born: Haiku-Pauwela, Maui High

$52,500 in 2014

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