Wednesday, September 17, 2014         


 Warriors need some backup backs
Hallmark does not make sympathy cards for college football teams with depth concerns at running back. "That's life in the big city," Hawaii running backs coach Wayne Moses said. "I don't see anybody with the violin for me." Story »
Around lunch on Tuesday, Mark Wiebe told Champions Tour officials he would not be in the Aloha State to defend his Pacific Links Hawaii Championship title. Story »

After three straight weeks of intense tournament play, Hawaii returns to the Stan Sheriff Center on Wednesday for a different type of intensity, one with a foreign flair.  Story »

Kristen Miguel pounded 10 kills as No. 10 Mililani fought off Leilehua 25-14, 27-26 before about 800 fans at the Mules' gym on Tuesday night.  Story »

>> Hau'oli Kikaha, Kahuku '10: The Washington senior linebacker had six tackles, including four for loss, with three sacks and a fumble recovery in a 44-19 win over Illinois on Saturday. Kikaha is tied for third in the country among FBS players with five sacks this season. Story »

Kaiwi Crabb is no stranger to going head-to-head against fellow football players from Hawaii. On a daily basis, the starting left guard at Colorado finds himself up against senior Juda Parker, a Saint Louis alumnus who recently moved inside to defensive tackle. Story »

Hawaii defensive tackle Kennedy Tulimasealii is tied for the Mountain West Conference lead -- and 11th nationally -- in tackles for loss. In three games, he has six -- five solos, two assisted -- for an average of 2.0 per game.  Story »

For Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Leung claims title at OSU invite • Zietz bounced from Trestles • Ellis bails out HPU in 85th minute
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For Wednesday, September 17, 2014
What's on the air today and tomorrow. Listings are Oceanic analog/digital.
The words had a ring of distant familiarity to them Saturday night when Aloha Stadium public announcer Keenan Takamori intoned, "Touchdown by Yap!" Perhaps there was even a bit of nostalgia for old-timers who remember the late 1970s. Story »

Kevin Clune has seen first-hand the rare victory and a more common loss for the University of Hawaii football team when playing far from home at altitude.  Story »

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