HBA had a most impressive showing in the recently completed spring sports season. Four Eagles reached the pinnacles of their respective sports by winning individual Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) state championships!
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The Hawaii Baptist Academy girls and boys varsity cross country head coaches have been named the 2021-2022 Hawaii Coaches of the Year by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
For the first time since 2019, the HBA Athletic Department was able to host its Varsity Athletic Awards Banquet in person. A crowd of 340 students, coaches, parents and guests gathered at the Ala Moana Hotel Hibiscus Ballroom on Saturday, May 21.
Hawaii Baptist Academy has received the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School 1st Team Award. The award recognizes schools that provide safe athletic environments and highlights the importance of seeking the highest standards possible for the care, injury prevention and treatment for student-athletes.
For the first time since 2019 and the third time in seven years, HBA sits atop the state for Division 2 girls basketball.
The HBA boys varsity basketball team can once again call itself the ILH Champions.
HBA defeated Hanalani 68-56 at Dan Liu Gymnasium on February 3, laying claim to their first title since 2015 and their fifth since 1987.
HBA again stands alone atop the state in Division 2 varsity cross country. The Eagles girls and boys both won their respective 2021 Honolulu Marathon / HHSAA Division 2 State Cross Country Championship on the campus of Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Kamuela, on the Big Island.
For the 13th consecutive year – and 14th time in 15 years – HBA has won the Kaimana Award for overall school excellence.
The recent ILH bowling season concluded with HBA winning three of the four Division 2 Championships!
The HBA girls once again stand alone atop the state in Division 2 varsity cross country.