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Rolo still has fond memories of Nevada

The Monday after every loss, the University of Hawaii football team discards the memory. Read More

Despite injury, Tua remains favorite in Heisman race

Being an early-season Heisman Trophy favorite is a lot like being a projected No. 1 NFL Draft pick. It invites the most microscopic examination and over-analysis. Read More

Hawaii Grown: Ta’amu, Milton have another stellar weekend

Ole Miss senior quarterback Jordan Ta’amu (Pearl City ’15) and UCF junior QB McKenzie Milton (Mililani ’16) won awards on Monday after putting up big numbers over the weekend. Read More

MPI tops Damien to extend D-II playoffs

Nearly three decades is nothing when compared with forever. Read More

Junior surfers crowned at Turtle Bay

Maui’s Eli Hanneman and Kauai’s Keala Tomoda-Bannert were victorious at the HYSDO Pro Junior at Turtle Bay Resort on Tuesday at Haleiwa. Read More

Outside hitter Shelby Capllonch and Damien one win away from ILH Division II title

She is a child of CrimeStoppers. Shelby Capllonch, youngest child of Sgt. Kim Buffett — the face of the HPD program for years — found her own niche. Read More

Kahuku uses late momentum swing to seize win over Kapolei

In a match of severe momentum swings, Kahuku was fortunate to find the right gear in the fifth set of a 25-21, 12-25, 25-21, 16-25, 15-11 victory over Kapolei in the OIA girls volleyball semifinals at Moanalua on Monday night. Read More

Ferd Lewis: Mariota won’t last if he can’t stay upright

The first Tennessee-based company that quarterback Marcus Mariota signed a sponsorship deal with after being drafted by the Titans was Saint Thomas Health. Read More

UH volleyball drops to 73 in RPI

Hawaii won two matches but lost three spots in Monday’s NCAA women’s volleyball Ratings Percentage Index. Read More

UH football team carries disappointment home

Even after returning to the islands on Sunday, the University of Hawaii football team still was carrying around the baggage of Saturday’s 49-23 road loss to Brigham Young at LaVell Edwards Stadium. Read More

Ferd Lewis: UH football goals hinge on challenging stretch

In his postgame remarks as Saturday night turned into Sunday morning in Utah, University of Hawaii football coach Nick Rolovich wished his Brigham Young University counterpart, Kalani Sitake, a “successful season.” Read More

ICYMI: Kahuku gets back on track

Following its first back-to-back losses in the regular season since 1996, Kahuku held a players-only meeting at the start of the week. Read More

NFL islanders

Trevor Davis, Packers wide receiver — Placed on injured reserve. Read More

UH coed sailors take second place

The University of Hawaii coed sailing team finished in second place, while the Rainbow Wahine took 15th at the 29th annual Stoney Burke Intersectional held Saturday and Sunday at Clipper Cove off of Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. Read More

Rainbow Wahine fend off Cal State Northridge in 4

Tita Akiu’s first career kill as a Rainbow Wahine helped turn back Cal State Northridge in a Big West volleyball match at the Stan Sheriff Center on Saturday. Read More

Ferd Lewis: Slow start doomed UH’s hopes of breaking hex in Provo

After traveling more than 3,000 miles to get here, the Rainbow Warriors (6-2) suffered a 10th consecutive loss in Provo. Read More

Freshman quarterback Zach Wilson sparks BYU offense in first start

The Brigham Young University football team may have actually exceeded the expectations of many diehards entering its Saturday night home football contest against Hawaii. Read More

Rainbow Warriors debut with Tipoff Event, scrimmage

The University of Hawaii men’s basketball team will make its Honolulu debut with Friday’s annual Green-White scrimmage in the Stan Sheriff Center. Read More

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