Thursday, October 8, 2015         


Warriors focus on forcing turnovers

By Stephen Tsai
During the University of Hawaii football team’s scrimmage-like session on Wednesday, a pass bounced off nose tackle Kory Rasmussen’s hands.

Taking Hawaii in strides

By Stanley Lee
Camille Campos spent the summer running at 6 a.m. daily in 100-plus temperatures to prepare for her first year of college cross country at Hawaii.

Warrior File: Felix Albert

By Star-Advertiser staff
Tense finishes were a regular feature of Felix Albert's spring semester with the Rainbow Warrior tennis program and he's carried the trend into the fall.

Win or go home

By Paul Honda
Elimination isn't exactly a fun word. It is the right word, though, for prep football this weekend. Four OIA Division I playoff games will leave four losing teams hungry and done for the season.

Inductees named in Polynesian hall of fame

By Cindy Luis
The Pacific Ocean seems to get smaller as the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame gets larger. And the ties between the "many islands" and football continue to grow stronger, connecting not just Polynesia to the sport but the inductees to their ancestry.

Koga ties for 12th in Washington

By Jason Kaneshiro
Rainbow Wahine golfer Eimi Koga finished tied for 12th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational in her return to Washington.

UH plans block party against CSUN

By Cindy Luis
Of all the planned homecoming activities this week for Hawaii, it is the unofficial one that the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team hopes to pull off successfully. That would be the block party inside the Stan Sheriff Center.
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