Tuesday, April 21, 2015         


 SandBows headed to Gulf Shores for AVCA championships
As Hawaii volleyball fans have come to know, never leave postseason tournament decisions to a selection committee. This season's success by the SandBows left nothing open to discussion. Story »
 Pearl City senior is OIA West's judo champ at 139
Kayelah Arakaki cries a lot. That's OK, because she laughs a lot, too. She's usually happy-go-lucky, but watch out. When it's crunch time, she is going to get the job done for her team or … well … she'll most certainly cry her eyes out. Story »
Quintin Torres-Costa has emphatically locked down the closer role out of the bullpen. Now the challenge for the Hawaii baseball team is getting its set-up guys back on track. Story »

 Kahuku tabs Tata as next football coach
Vavae Tata, a former All-State player at Saint Louis and an assistant at Vanderbilt University, will be named the new Kahuku football coach, according to sources close to the school. Story »
Swirling winds, passing showers and sweet shave ice. There was a little bit of everything Sunday as No. 2 Hawaii sent its seniors off with three dual victories in the Outrigger Resorts Invitational duals tournament. Story »


It is the rumor that won't die, the speculation that continues to soar: Marcus Mariota for Philip Rivers. Quarterback of the future for one of the present. Story »

Sei Young Kim had never heard of Isao Aoki. Can't really blame her. Kim wasn't born until 10 years, almost to the day, after Aoki made international golf and Hawaii sports history with an incredible shot to win the 1983 Hawaiian Open. Story »

For Tuesday, April 21, 2015
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For Tuesday, April 21, 2015
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For Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Willmon named BWC player of the week • UH women's golf in second place • Day One complete at PWC Golf Champs • Talataina, Wilson earn softball honors • Holt takes PWC baseball award

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