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Wednesday, October 22, 2014         

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 In memory of dad, Kemp plays with heart
Each day, Hawaii wide receiver Marcus Kemp takes a knee and gives thanks to the inspiration he remembers only through fading pictures. "My mom got me into (football) because that's what he did," said Kemp, referring to his father, Ronald Jermaine Kemp, who died at age 25 in 1999. Story »
Back in the gym. Back to work. And, in some respects, back to the drawing board. Or, as in the case of the Hawaii volleyball team, back to the dry-erase board used to keep practice stats. Story »

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota was named the national offensive player of the week by the Senior Bowl on Monday. Mariota surpassed 10,000 career all-purpose yards in a 45-20 win over Washington on Saturday, completing 24 of 33 pass attempts for 336 yards and two touchdowns. Story »

First there was T.C. Campbell and P.J. Minaya. Now it's Warner Shaw. The latest Pacific (Ore.) quarterback to take over the Boxers offense threw the game-winning touchdown pass with 4:09 remaining on Saturday to give Pacific a 31-28 victory over Pacific Lutheran, which was ranked No. 18 in Division III. Story »

Running back Steven Lakalaka is embracing the light. A week ago, Lakalaka was being held out of practices while awaiting medical clearance for concussion-like symptoms lingering from the Oct. 11 game against Wyoming. Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
Punahou is back in the girls volleyball state tournament, but coach Tanya Fuamatu-Anderson is looking ahead already. "We can celebrate for an hour. Then it's on to our next task," she said after the second-ranked Buffanblu swept No. 5 'Iolani 25-21, 25-21, 25-21 on Tuesday night at the Raiders gym. Story »

Caprice Dydasco was intrigued by the challenge. UCLA, the school with more NCAA Division I national championships than any other, had a soccer scholarship waiting if Dydasco wanted it. Story »

Moanalua briefly celebrated its semifinal victory in its postgame huddle. Then coach Alan Cabanting told his girls to prepare themselves for the championship match. Story »

There is a special term for a volleyball hit long and way out of bounds on the court at an Israeli kibbutz. It is called "Hawaii." As in, whoever chases down said volleyball has to go to the other side of the world to retrieve it. Story »

For Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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For Wednesday, October 22, 2014
What's on the air today and tomorrow. Listings are Oceanic analog/digital.
Columns
Healthy quarterbacks, running backs and inside linebackers aren't the only people the University of Hawaii football team is running out of these days. Paying customers are also in critically short supply. Story »

Rich Sheriff is right. There is no bad seat in the arena that he runs and which is named for his father, Stan, the man who built the facility that instantly became one of the best things going at the University of Hawaii -- and still is, after 20 years. Story »

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