Spectrum OC16 & Spectrum Sports Spotlights
Race For The State Tournament
It’s been a wild season so far and the state tournament is in sight.
February will see 12 teams qualify for the Snapple Boys Basketball State
Championship. As the regular season is nearing the end, here’s a quick
peak at the top five teams in the state…
Seniors Kordel Ng and Chris Togiai have combined for 30 points per
game this season.
The Spartans defense has held teams to 35 points per outing through the first
seven games this season.
Junior Ryder Hsiung is averaging 12.7 points per game including two 20+ point
performances versus Saint Louis this year.
Since dropping their first regular season game of the year, the Red Raiders
have rallied off seven straight wins to lead the OIA Division 1 East.
Four players averaged double figures for the Mustangs. Andrew Jones (12.0),
Kanoa Smith (11.6), Luke Pardini (11.0), Bobby Thompson (10.8).
Coming this month we’ll also have coverage of the state soccer and wrestling
championships. For more info log, on to OC16.TV.
See you at the games!
So Many Reason To Cheer…Go Bows!
RAINBOW WARRIOR VOLLEYBALL TOPS IN THE NATION
The number one ranked Rainbow Warrior volleyball team is preparing
for the Big West Conference season and continues to play teams from
around the nation both at home and on the continent. Senior Rado
Parapunov leads Hawaii offensively with over four kills per set.
100 SEASONS OF RAINBOW WARRIOR BASKETBALL
Celebrating the 100th season of UH Basketball, the Rainbow
Warriors are a couple of weeks into the Big West slate and in the midst
of a four-game home stand, and sits in the top half of the conference
standings. Head coach Eran Ganot rejoined the team in late December
after missing the first 13 games of the season for medical reasons.
Hawaii is led by senior Eddie Stansberry who has had at least nine 20+
point performances this season.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SHORTS
The Rainbow Wahine basketball team is also battling through the Big
West, and after a slow start, is climbing their way back up the
standings. In her 8th season as head coach of the women’s team, Laura Beeman
received a 3-year contract extension which will take her through ‘23-‘24.
WATER POLO SPLASHES
The 6th ranked Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Water Polo team opened the
season at home at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex in mid-January
on Spectrum Sports hosting the 2020 Rainbow Invite. Hawaii won all
three matches and outscored the opponents 36-10.
MEN’S & WOMEN’S TENNIS SHOTS
The Hawaii men’s and women’s tennis teams also began their seasons
in January. The men’s team features sophomore Andre Ilagan from
Farrington High School. Keep an eye out for a handful of tennis matches on
The Rainbow Warrior baseball team opens the season with a two-game
series against UH-Hilo on February 7th & 8th. Catch a game at Les Murakami
Stadium as the schedule features 34 home games. The Rainbow Wahine softball
team also opens its season the first weekend in February with the 3-day,
4-team Paradise Classic at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.
Catch a game in person, you can’t beat the price!