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 Last-second TD wins it for Kahuku 
Kesi Ah-Hoy scored on a 4-yard touchdown run with 10 seconds remaining to survive a frantic Farrington rally as the Red Raiders pulled out a 21-14 heat-pumping victory on Thursday night at Aloha Stadium. Story »
In the business that is Hawaii football, freshman Nick Nelson has the corner office. As a starting cornerback, Nelson often is isolated against a receiver. It is a freedom that comes with responsibility and much attention. Story »

The No. 1-ranked Warriors defeated host Punahou 25-22, 21-25, 27-25, 18-25, 15-12 in win the ILH Division I title on Thursday, but lost starting setter and leader Kamalani Akeo possibly for the season with a knee injury. Story »

The first clue to where Megan Huff's comfort level is on the volleyball court? She prefers to wear the oxymoron of athletic wear in practice: long shorts. The attire favored by basketball players suits Huff since she has seen herself on that court since second grade. Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
Three weeks out from the start of the 2014-15 season, Hawaii basketball coach Gib Arnold sought to quell worries about potential sanctions against his program. The NCAA has yet to release the findings of its months-long probe of Arnold's team. Story »

The Rainbow Warriors were picked to finish fifth in the nine-team Big West Conference preseason media poll announced Thursday morning. Junior forward Isaac Fotu was tabbed to the league's six-member preseason all-conference team. Story »

Three M's — McKenzie Milton, Vavae Malepeai and Rex Manu — went full throttle on Thursday night, and Mililani belted Campbell 47-15 in the OIA Division I semifinals at Aloha Stadium. The Trojans (10-0) advanced to play the winner of Thursday's Kahuku-Farrington game. Story »

For Friday, October 24, 2014
Triple Crown slots on the line at HIC Pro • Wahine seventh, Leung 17th at invitational • BYUH men win in PacWest soccer • HPU women's volleyball team rolls on
For Friday, October 24, 2014
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Columns
Nearly 40 years ago a TV commercial for a car dealer opened an NCAA can of worms that would deal the University of Hawaii men's basketball program what became, in essence, a decade-long blow. Story »

This is the time of year when the smart alecks like to ask, "When does basketball season start?" You know, because the fans are tired of the football team's futility. You can switch your focus to something fresh and new.  Story »

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