ACT testing is set for Tuesday, February 28th. All 9, 10, and 11th graders will participate – Seniors are to stay home that day. Student names and room numbers will be posted around campus – so you know where to report to on that special day! Stay tuned for more information!
There will be NO Saturday detention today, February 18th. Regular detention will resume Tuesday, February 21 after school.
Good luck to our girls wrestling team as they are currently leading the Girls State wrestling championship and have 7 vying for the top spot in their division (Ira Navarro, Ivy Navarro, Alexis Encinas, Nanea Estrella, Tayler Hayase, Kauanoe Keahi, and Shannon Jaramillo). As for the boys, Kawehi Gillcoat and Kainalu Estrella will be vying for the top spot in their division as well.
Please check our boys and girls out at the Neal Blaisdell Center or watch them on OC-16 Channel 12 or Channel 1012 at 3:30pm
Cheer on our Boys baseball team as they will be facing Konawaena High School 11:00am at Iron Maehara Stadium in the King Kekaulike High School Pre-season Tournament.
Shout out to our Boys Golf Team as they seek their first win against Maui Preparatory Academy 3:30pm at the Ka'anapali Golf Course.
Good luck to our girls softball team who are playing at Mililani High School Softball tournament.
Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Basketball Team as they captured 3rd place of the Snapple's HHSAA State Boys Basketball tournament by defeating Iolani High School by the score of 60-58 on CJ Palma's game winning 3 point shot with 14 seconds left. The game was played at the Stan Sheriff Center. The game wasn't televised so here is the box score with the play by play courtesy from Sportshigh.com. Congratulations to Coach Justus, assistant coaches, support staff, parents, fans, community, and most importantly, the players. I mua Lahainaluna!
Good luck to our wrestling team as their quest for a 2nd Chevron HHSAA State Wrestling Championship starts today till tomorrow Saturday February 18, 2017 at Neal Blaisdell Arena in Oahu. Come out and support them! I mua Lahainaluna!
The dream of the state basketball title came to an end last night as our Luna Varsity Boys Basketball team lost to Number 2 seed Punahou by the score of 54-47 behind 16 points by Carver Locke and 15 points by Jeremi Santos. They will now face Iolani High School 1:00pm today at the Stan Sheriff Center. Congratulations for an awesome season! I mua Lahainaluna!
Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Basketball team as they defeated Leilehua High School by the score of 44-32 to advance to the HHSAA Semifinal game versus Punahou 7:00pm at McKinley High School tonight. High scorer for the Lunas was Reece Pascua with 11 points and 10 points by Tavake Faleta. The game will be televised on OC-16 Channel 12 or Channel 1012 on High Definition TV. I mua Lahainaluna!
The win was the first since 1957 and snaps a 15-game Quarterfinals losing streak.