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A breakdown of the game between the Rainbow Warriors and the Buffaloes Story »

Chasing down the lead runners, Kamehameha's Kaeo Kruse started to close the distance.  Story »

Tyler Hadden had a personal best and approached University of Hawaii and Mountain West Conference records for his day Saturday. But, truth be told, the Rainbow Warriors' senior place-kicker would prefer a victory. Story »

Behind aviator-style sunglasses, Hawaii quarterback Ikaika Woolsey could not mask his disappointment. For the second consecutive week -- this time in a 21-12 road loss to Colorado -- Woolsey was pulled. He had completed nine of 20 passes for 56 yards in the first half before yielding to Jeremy Higgins following the intermission. Story »

Colorado junior receiver Nelson Spruce torched Hawaii on Saturday with 13 receptions for 172 yards in the Buffaloes' 21-12 victory. But if the Rainbow Warriors were looking for a silver lining afterward, Spruce tipped his helmet to Hawaii's defensive backs.  Story »

It's an oft-used cliché that "NFL" signifies "not for long," but for ex-Hawaii wide receiver Greg Salas, those words ring true. Salas, 26, who played for the Warriors from 2007 to 2010, was a fourth-round pick of St. Louis in 2011, and it appeared he'd remain with the Rams at least for a few years.  Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
Jordan Taamu lofted a 13-yard fade pass to Israel Kaleo in the back right corner of the end zone with 2:17 left to lift Pearl City past OIA Division II rival Radford 34-26 on Saturday night in Aiea. Story »

For a half, the Kalani Falcons were a team in search of an identity. Consider the Falcons searching no more. Ace Faumui rushed for 180 yards, including 162 in the second half, as Kalani rallied from a 13-point deficit to edge Kaimuki 21-20 on Saturday night at Kaiser Stadium.  Story »

Two friends for decades -- Hawaii head coach Norm Chow and Colorado defensive coordinator Ken Baer -- greeted each other outside the visitors' locker room following the Buffaloes' 21-12 victory at Folsom Field.  Story »

Battle-tested and experienced in shootouts, No. 8 Saint Louis has recovered from its early-season struggles. The Crusaders got their first statement win in Cal Lee's first year back as Saint Louis' head coach, knocking off No. 4 Kamehameha 46-38 in a dogfight on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. Story »

For Sunday, September 21, 2014
Hawaii Hilo men's golf team fifth • HPU runners dominate in Laie • Chaminade soccer teams fall on road • Vulcans sweep in PacWest match
For Sunday, September 21, 2014
For Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Bless his heart, Hawaii defensive coordinator Kevin Clune's mantra is that his unit has to give up one less point than the Rainbow Warriors' offense scores. "If the offense scores 12, we have to hold them to 11, that's our job," Clune resolutely maintained Saturday. Story »

”Just handle what’s in front of you now, and the future will take care of itself.” — Dan Millman, “Sacred Journey of the Peaceful Warrior” That’s good advice for any golfer, but it was especially true Saturday as most of the Champions Tour pillaged windless and hence defenseless Kapolei Golf Course. Story »

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