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UH men’s hoops drops to 0-2 on tour

The Hawaii men’s basketball team led much of the way of its second game of its Down Under tour, only to fall 86-85 to the Melbourne Tigers on a game-winner with 18 seconds left Monday night. Read More

Brooks Koepka wins PGA Championship

The roars were unlike anything Brooks Koepka had ever heard, and he knew exactly what they meant. Read More

Ezekiel Lau advances in Tahiti

Hawaii’s Ezekiel Lau won his Round 1 heat of the Tahiti Pro on Sunday in Teahupoo, Tahiti. Read More

Honolulu team advances to Little League World Series

On the field, the Honolulu Little League’s 11-2 victory on Saturday against the Northern California representative, Tri-City Rocklin, was about solid hitting and outstanding pitching. Read More

KRU claims 10u Cal Ripken World Series

Hawaii’s KRU baseball team is the 10u Cal Ripken World Series champion, battling back for an 8-5 extra-innings win over Lexington, Ky., in Cincennes, Ind., on Saturday. Read More

Jim Leahey has total recall of best times in UH sports

The University of Hawaii football team had returned to Honolulu after a particularly tough road loss in the 1980s when a fan spied sportscaster Jim Leahey at the airport baggage claim carousel and quickly approached him. Read More

Rainbow Warriors enjoy Aloha Stadium experience

For the first time this training camp, the Rainbow Warriors practiced at Aloha Stadium on Saturday night in an exercise in preparation and necessity. Read More

No. 2 Kahuku pounds No. 4 Punahou in second half

No. 2 Kahuku had absorbed all of Punahou’s best shots and broke a 21-all stalemate for a 41-28 victory over No. 4 Punahou on Saturday night at Carleton E. Weimer Field. It was the regular-season opener in Open Division play for both teams. Read More

First-timer kicks Roosevelt to victory over Pac-Five

The Roosevelt senior, playing football for the first time to spend more time with his friends, booted a 38-yard field goal with no time remaining to give the Rough Riders a 17-15 win over Pac-Five on Saturday night at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium. Read More

‘Iolani demolishes Waipahu, pushes Raiders coach to a milestone

‘Iolani’s dominance on Saturday pushed Raiders coach Wendell Look to a milestone 28 years in the making. Read More

St. Francis shows off passing game in win against McKinley

After relying almost entirely on running back Jonan Aina-Chaves in its season opener, St. Francis opened up the offense to begin Division II play. Read More

Mililani shows off its offensive fireworks over Farrington

The rolling thunder otherwise known as the Mililani offense put on a show Friday night in a 57-15 victory over Farrington at John Kauinana Stadium. Read More

UH thumped in Australian tour opener

The Hawaii men’s basketball team hung in with the Brisbane Bullets for three quarters of the Rainbow Warriors’ opening game of their 2018 Australia tour on Saturday, but the National Basketball League professional team pulled away decisively in the fourth period for a 73-54 win. Read More

Wahine’s incoming volleyball seniors a good fit so far

Contributions, no matter how small, are considered big for the Hawaii volleyball team. Each Rainbow Wahine, whether on the court or on the sideline, knows that she is playing an important role, one that only she can play. Read More

The UH offensive line is new, young and a work in progress

For the University of Hawaii football team, last semester’s offensive line was just a spring fling. Read More

Seth Moniz is making waves on surf tour

Whether it is from an inverted corkscrew-like position high above the surf at the Vans U.S. Open in Huntington Beach, Calif., or looking at the World Surf League rankings here at home, Seth Moniz is relishing the view these days. Read More

No. 1 Saint Louis romps Waianae

The nation’s No. 12-ranked team looked every bit as dominant as a two-time state champion can be. Read More

Hoku Arias’ play helps Kamehameha top Kapolei

Swarming, hounding, vicious defenses set the tone in the first game of the historic OIA-ILH Open Division alliance, but it was No. 6 Kamehameha breathing just a bit easier on offense and rallying to break a late fourth-quarter tie en route to a 21-7 victory over No. 8 Kapolei at Aloha Stadium. Read More

Trick play enables Moanalua to edge Castle in wild game

With a quarterback who hadn’t practiced a snap and a converted linebacker lining up at receiver, Moanalua executed the perfect play call with the game on the line. Read More

Leilehua holds on to top Kailua in overtime, 20-14

Leilehua appeared ready to come apart under pressure from host Kailua late on Friday night. Instead, the Mules came together when it counted in a 20-14 overtime victory. Read More

Damien plows its way past Radford

Once Damien stopped moving backward, the Monarchs surged past Radford in their OIA-ILH Division I opener Friday at John E. Velasco Stadium. Read More

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