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Wahine will have decidedly local look

By Cindy Luis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 27, 2014

~~<p class="p1">By &quot;pure coincidence,&quot; Hawaii's starting lineup could have heavy local roots when the No. 17 Rainbow Wahineopen against Ohio at the Stan Sheriff Center on Friday.</p>
<p class="p1">The tentative lineup announced by coach Dave Shoji following Tuesday morning's practice has Tayler Higgins (Punahou) at setter, Kalei Adolpho (Molokai) as one of the middles, Keani Passi (Pearl City) at opposite, Tai Manu-Olevao (Punahou) and Ginger Long (Kamehameha-Maui) as the outside hitters, and Savannah Kahakai (Farrington) as the libero. The other middle blocker, Arizona transfer Olivia Magill, grew up in Washington but has relatives on several islands.</p>
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By "pure coincidence," Hawaii's starting lineup could have heavy local roots when the No. 17 Rainbow Wahineopen against Ohio at the Stan Sheriff Center on Friday.

The tentative lineup announced by coach Dave Shoji following Tuesday morning's practice has Tayler Higgins (Punahou) at setter, Kalei Adolpho (Molokai) as one of the middles, Keani Passi (Pearl City) at opposite, Tai Manu-Olevao (Punahou) and Ginger Long (Kamehameha-Maui) as the outside hitters, and Savannah Kahakai (Farrington) as the libero. The other middle blocker, Arizona transfer Olivia Magill, grew up in Washington but has relatives on several islands. Login for more...



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