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Wednesday, October 01, 2014         

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With endorsements from coaches and teammates, Hawaii quarterback Ikaika Woolsey is hopeful of fulfilling his football promise in Saturday's road game against Rice. Story »

Entering her third season with the Washington State golf team, Nani Yanagi had never finished better than 28th in a collegiate tournament.  Story »

Running back Pereese Joas appears on the way to earning a berth on the 64-player travel roster. Joas made several dazzling runs during the Rainbow Warriors' 90-minute practice on Tuesday.  Story »

At the halfway point of the season, Emily Wada wants her team to continuously improve on its chemistry. The way her Hawaii Baptist team rallied together for its win on Tuesday only proved the Eagles are finding their connections on the court. Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
The Hawaii soccer team has plenty of goals but only one true objective. Make the Big West Conference tournament for the first time. UH, which tops the nine-team league in both goals scored (22) and allowed (29), opens conference play at home on Thursday against Cal State Fullerton. Story »

Kealani Browne, Tiyana Hallums and Kayla Afoa combined for 21 kills as No. 1 Kamehameha outlasted No. 4 'Iolani 25-21, 25-23 on Tuesday night at Kekuhaupio Gymnasium. Story »

>> Kawe Johnson, Kahuku '13: The New Mexico State defensive back posted double-digit tackles for the third time this season, totaling 12 with two forced fumbles and an interception in a 63-7 loss to LSU on Saturday. Johnson is tied for 15th among FBS players with 51 total tackles this season. Story »

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For Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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Columns
Early in quarterback Marcus Mariota's stay at Oregon, coach Mark Helfrich gave him a bit of advice that has stuck like Velcro. "He told me to 'just run through all the smoke,' " Mariota said. Story »

As any poker player will tell you, it usually takes more than an ace to win a big hand. Sometimes it can even contribute to you losing a bundle. And you can go on tilt and lose your rhythm after something good happening as easily as something bad. Story »

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