Small Town; Big Dreams

by Kayla Miguel Whether you were at home constantly checking the score, or in person counting down the final seconds of the game, all the excitement and noise brought to our community was overwhelming when Waialua won the battle of the Bulldogs last Friday against Kaimuki. Tonight, Waialua will play …

Enter – if you dare

by Jericho Posadas On October 18, the band geeks of Waialua High and Intermediate School transformed their tranquil band room into a house of horrors. During the first quarter, Band Director Mr. Ian Cablay and his seniors discussed the creation of a haunted house with the band room as the …

The Feels

by Hannah Bartlett The last league championship victory for Waialua was 61 years ago in 1955. For the team, the school, and the community, playing for an OIA title is a huge accomplishment. Junior Tevesi Toia says that he was mind-blown when he found out it was 61 years since …

Yes Waialua there is a Santa Claus

by Gregory Kamisato – Special to The Waialuan Christmas came early for the Waialua and Haleiwa communities in the form of a varsity football team playing with the heart and soul of a warrior. The Waialua football team’s first participation in the OIA DII Championship game since 1992 has brought …

Shooting Star Stress

by Hannah Bartlett Shooting at a target may seem easy, but when you are shooting from three different positions, controlling your breathing, and all the while keeping the rifle steady, the challenge becomes immense. Air rifle is that challenge.  In this sport, the amount of experience you have does not …

Leaving His Mark

  by Hayden Myers When starting running back Risein “Hoku” Campbell takes the handoff for Waialua, he’s looking for the goal line.  If you try to tackle him, he will run you over – and that will probably leave a mark. Like how he plays football, Hoku is leaving an …

Time for Payback

by Gregory Kamisato – Special to The Waialuan “If you lose a big fight, it will worry you all of your life. It will plague you – until you get your revenge.”   – Muhammad Ali As Tevesi Toia kneeled in the victory formation to complete Waialua’s 14-12 victory over Pearl City, …

New Season – Same Goal

by Hoku Sabanal It’s that time of year again.  Another season full of sweat, tears, wins, loses, smiles, and a whole lot of memories.  This year’s Waialua High & Intermediate School’s girls soccer team has entered Division I and they’re more than anxious to see what this season has in …

Start of Something New

By Alyssa Alejandro In the latter part of September, Christine Alexander was officially named Principal of Waialua High and Intermediate School after spending two months in a TA or Temporary Assignment position.  For this first time principal, it’s the beginning of a new chapter in her career, and, at the …

Juggling Life with Jayci

by Jericho Posadas Handsome, confident, outgoing, a band geek, and a leader. These are some words and phrases you could use to describe Jayci Razon, and he definitely is able to live up to those titles and the expectations that come along with them. He’s the section leader of the …