Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
  • May 13, 2021

Nick Abramo

WATCH: Sherreigh Nakoa-Chung’s Hit To Give Maryknoll The ILH Softball

Sherreigh Nakoa-Chung had herself quite a performance on Wednesday night in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu softball championship game. The Maryknoll junior pitcher went the full five innings in there mercy-rule, 11-1 victory over ‘Iolani, giving up just three hits. She also pounded two of her team’s 12 hits, including the game-winning single to left […]Read More

How Does One Begin To Explain Colt Brennan’s Death And

Typically, University of Hawaii football teams don’t go 12-0 in a regular season and make it to the Sugar Bowl. Statewide, the mania was surreal when that happened in 2007. A special kid named Colt Brennan was the right trigger man for the job under the pass-happy June Jones run-and-shoot system. Defense? Who needs defense […]Read More

Maryknoll’s Conquest Of ‘Iolani Is Good For ILH Softball Title

Maryknoll got as far as it could possibly go Wednesday night, dropping ‘Iolani 11-1 in five innings by the 10-run mercy rule in the ILH softball championship game. Too bad for the Spartans (10-2), though, who were robbed of a chance to compete for the state championship due to that tournament’s COVID-19 cancellation. The convincing […]Read More

NFL Ref Matt Sumstine Calls Out For Women (And Men)

Sarah Thomas is a trailblazer for female football referees. She was the first woman to referee in the NFL and also the first to work a Super Bowl. Females in Hawaii have an excellent opportunity to become football officials, and perhaps some day follow in the footsteps of Thomas. Matt Sumstine, who works for the NFL […]Read More

Kamehameha Awarded No. 1 Seed In ILH Baseball Tournament

This year, the ILH baseball championship is pretty simple. There’s no first-round (regular season) winner and second round (tournament) winner. Now that the regular season is done, there will only be one route to the title and that is by winning the leagues postseason tournament. The eight teams finished a seven-game regular season that determined […]Read More

WATCH: Happy Birthday (and Cinco de Mayo) to BEDROCK SPORTS

There will be no cake. No real celebration, other than the knowledge that one year is in the books for and a notice of that observation right here. And also, Happy Cinco de Mayo!!! Bedrock Sports Hawaii owner Nick Abramo wishes readers a Happy Cinco de Mayo and marks the one-year anniversary of the […]Read More

DOE: Pylon Football Teams’ Trips To Mainland Lead to Multiple

Football trips by Hawaii pylon players to Nevada and Utah have led to multiple cases of COVID-19 on Oahu and Maui, according to the Department of Education. Pylon football is the seven-on-seven, no pads form of the game, and the trips were not school-sanctioned, although many of the players who flew to the mainland for […]Read More