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Sunday, March 01, 2015         

Sports

 Kalaheo wins it all 
Clear the rafters a bit, they're going to need room for another banner above Pete Smith Court. The Kalaheo Mustangs used every bit of wit and skill, getting a near-flawless floor game from Kupaa Harrison in a point-forward role, and 30 points from marksman Kaleb Gilmore to stave off ‘Iolani 53-46 to capture the Division I state crown on Saturday night. Story »
 Mililani claims another 
Mililani is back on top of the Hawaii soccer world. The Trojans tipped Kalani 1-0 on Saturday night in the Division I final of the Outrigger Resorts/HHSAA State Championships at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Story »
Kamehameha has spent the past few months of preseason and Interscholastic League of Honolulu wrestling action fine-tuning its grappling skills and aligning competitors to achieve the best possible team score. Story »

This swan song was done with force. Kaiser, which will depart for Division I next season, got 24 points from Keoua Mahiko for a 49-45 win over Kalani to capture the Division II state championship on Saturday night at Stan Sheriff Center. Story »

It was a swim-weights-shoot triathlon of a workout Saturday morning for the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine basketball team. And it was done with a new title: Big West champion. Story »

 Dishin’ it out
Ulu Matagiese has taken her share of bruises at the plate in her first two seasons with the University of Hawaii softball team. The sophomore from Waimea High took a turn inflicting punishment in UH’s last two games. Story »
Of the 28 OIA champions crowned Saturday night, it was the first time on the top step for 23 of them. They capped their evening with the biggest first-time OIA champion, heavyweight Tristan Ludiazo. Story »

The outcome was never in doubt. Mid-Pacific scored four first-half goals on the way to a 7-1 victory over Kamehameha-Hawaii to repeat as Division II winners in the Outrigger Resorts/HHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships. Story »

The start of Saturday night's volleyball match was delayed 35 minutes. Hawaii needed only 93 to finish off Long Beach State, 25-17, 27-25, 25-19, in the Walter Pyramid. Story »

Columns
The University of Hawaii’s plan to begin advertising the head basketball coaching position is some of the best off-the-court news about the program’s future to emerge from Manoa in a while.  Story »

Negus Webster-Chan is a very funny guy. But his coach, Benjy Taylor, was much more amused with the small forward’s 20 points as Hawaii beat Long Beach State 78-59 on Thursday night than he was by the sharpshooter’s latest gag at the shoot-around earlier in the day. Story »

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For Sunday, March 1, 2015
Rainbow Wahine 14th at MPSF meet • QB Club welcomes sports anchor Carpenter • Rothman crowned big wave champion • Late free throw lifts Hawaii Pacific men • Huerta and Navarro carry HPU women • Hawaii Pacific sweeps doubleheader
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