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Year in and year out, ‘Iolani has a huge hill to climb when it faces the iron of ILH volleyball, and Wednesday night was more of the same as Punahou downed the Raiders, 25-21, 25-17, at Hemmeter Fieldhouse. Story »

Lee Janzen and Davis Love III greeted each other as the old friends they are Wednesday afternoon at the Kapolei Golf Club restaurant. They shook hands, laughed at the prospect of getting older and wondered out loud what to do next; much like a pair of 10-year-olds at the first day of summer camp.  Story »

There were times when University of Hawaii tight end Harold Moleni should have quit. He knocked on doors, worked through weather that ranged from muggy to snowy, and faced countless — although mostly polite — rejections.  Story »

When Jasmine Alkhaldi started swimming competitively she asked a coach about the highest point of this sport she'd taken up. "They said the Olympics and that's when I wanted to do it. I'm not even kidding," Alkhaldi said. Story »

State Senate President Donna Mercado Kim is asking the University of Hawaii athletic department to explain how it collects money it is owed and why it enters agreements with people who owe it money. Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
We should not be surprised Davis Love III is making his Champions Tour debut this week at the Pacific Links Hawai‘i Championship, and scheduling his new golf life around his favorite parts of paradise. Story »

On an AYSO kind of night where Hawaii played everyone except for sophomore hitter Nikki Taylor, the Rainbow Wahine had a chance to take chances with lineups and rotations against Toyota Auto Body of Japan.  Story »

The University of Hawaii football coaches envisioned wideout Marcus Kemp playing better in his sophomore season. Kemp shared the same vision, despite a stye infection that caused his right eye to swell at the start of the season. Story »

Catching a throw out of the backfield late in last week's win over Northern Iowa put Justin Vele in the spotlight at a key moment. Most of the time, his payoff comes in seeing teammates pass him by. Story »

For Thursday, September 18, 2014
Hawaii's John John Florence made history at the Hurley Pro, posting a record-setting five 9-point-plus rides on Wednesday at San Clemente's Lower Trestles.
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When doctors removed the kidney from Ma‘ake Kemoeatu that they would transplant to his ailing younger brother Chris they marveled at its size. "About one-and-a-half-times bigger than any other kidney I've ever put in," said Dr. Stephen Bartlett. 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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