Thursday, October 02, 2014         


The OIA East girls volleyball race was razor close before Wednesday night's first-place matchup, and nothing changed by the time it was over. No. 3 Moanalua snuck out of No. 7 Kahuku's gym with a 26-24, 19-25, 15-13 victory to take the top spot in the standings. Story »

A Waikiki Elementary second-grader looked up with curiosity at the large copy of "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie," then at Hawaii basketball forward Isaac Fotu. Story »

More than half the golfers in this week's Stage II LPGA Qualifying Tournament in Florida come from foreign countries. Of the 92 Americans, three are from Hawaii and they are far from home. Story »

Taylor Graham wants to play and is preparing as such. That said, he knows if the Hawaii offense is clicking, his chances of getting on the field diminish --and he's OK with that. Story »

Before Krystal Pascua took the field for club tryouts at 10 years old, she already stood out. Hawaii coach Michele Nagamine, then with Leahi Soccer Club, remembers distinctly.  Story »

The scales have been unbalanced when it comes to the series between No. 24 Hawaii and this week's opponents Cal State Fullerton and UC Irvine. Story »

When the Hawaii men's basketball team opens practice Saturday, the contracts of two of its coaches, Gib Arnold and Brandyn Akana, will be on hold, officials said. Story »

In August, his teammates overwhelmingly selected linebacker Lance Williams as a co-captain. Then -- and now -- Williams was not a starter on defense. Story »

Hawaii's Justin Williamson, playing with former and future Kailua resident Scott Simpson, opened last week's Nature Valley First Tee Open Pro-Junior with rounds of 67-69 and missed the cut by two.  Story »

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For Thursday, October 2, 2014
What's on the air today and tomorrow. Listings are Oceanic analog/digital.
When Kansas fired its football coach, Charlie Weis, Sunday, it wasn't long before the concern was felt 4,000 miles away in Manoa. Not that the University of Hawaii was a big fan of Weis, whose then-Notre Dame team administered a 49-21 thrashing to the Rainbow Warriors in the 2008 Hawaii Bowl.  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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