'Iolani is known for its precision, and with surgical skill the Raiders took apart Lahainaluna 31-14 for the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division II Football Championship on Friday night at Aloha Stadium. Story »
An electric atmosphere was the conduit for a huge early-season upset for Hawaii. A near-sellout crowd of 1,203 put a charge into Maui's War Memorial Gym as the Rainbow Warriors surged to a shocking 74-70 victory over Pittsburgh of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Friday night. Story »
The open looks were there. So were the put-back chances. While Hawaii wasn't particularly successful at either on Friday night — shooting just 36 percent from the floor — what hurt the Rainbow Wahine the most were their lapses in scoring. Story »
Mililani and Punahou rewarded the 19,254 who endured the traffic to Halawa on Friday with a state championship shootout that wasn't decided until Mililani quarterback McKenzie Milton ran out the final two seconds on a 53-45 victory over the Buffanblu at Aloha Stadium. Story »
McKenzie Milton's record-breaking night gave Mililani its first state football title. The junior quarterback threw for 421 yards and seven touchdowns as Mililani beat Punahou 53-45 in Friday's First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division I football championship game at Aloha Stadium. Story »
UNLV football player Brandon Willis expects to have a good day — and not just because he is spending it in paradise. "Every day is a blessing," said Willis, a defensive tackle whose Rebels play Hawaii on Saturday at Aloha Stadium. Story »
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There is growing speculation that these last two Mountain West Conference football games, beginning with Saturday's Hawaii-Nevada-Las Vegas encounter, could be make or break for the head coach. Story »
In this day and age, you'd expect a distinct cheer from the boisterous crowd of 19,254 at Aloha Stadium as the University of Hawaii basketball team completed its upset victory over Pitt on Maui on Friday evening.
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