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Wednesday, January 28, 2015         

Sports

 Kamehameha paddlers edge Punahou
After the Kamehameha boys canoe paddling team started the season with second- and fifth-place finishes, the championship picture appeared as murky for the Warriors as the nearby Ala Wai Canal waters in which ILH competitors race. Story »
 Maryknoll hands Punahou first ILH loss
Maryknoll avenged a one-point loss to Punahou early in the ILH season by handing the second-ranked Buffanblu their first loss in league play with a 55-46 victory on Tuesday at Hemmeter Fieldhouse. Story »
In the aftermath of Hawaii's 78-72 home loss to UC Irvine on Saturday, a morose Isaac Fleming entered the postgame media room and stared downward at the interview table. Story »

Former University of Hawaii running back Joey Iosefa said he has accepted an invitation to participate in the National Football League's scouting combine in Indianapolis next month. Story »

 Graham's goal lifts Moanalua into OIA soccer semis
Needing to make a split-second decision, Haley Graham took a chance — and scored the winning goal. Graham took a pass from Hoku Afong and shot past an oncoming defender. Story »
How to scout Hawaii this basketball season? If it's based on tapes from the past two road games, the answer is more of a question: How? At UC Davis, the Rainbow Wahine scored from all parts of their game — 19 points off turnovers, 26 in the paint, 18 second-chance — in wearing down the Aggies 58-53. Story »

Ryan Brem can be a bit of a rebel sometimes. Because of it, he's now a record-setting diver for the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen. Brem, a 2011 Baldwin graduate, got into the sport for reasons involving both his mother and father. Story »

Columns
NFL teams now face a version of the question that confronted University of Washington opponents this year: What to do with Hau‘oli Kikaha? The Kahuku High graduate plays in Saturday's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. (11 a.m. NFL Network), and how — and where — he performs will likely go a long way toward helping determine where he is taken in April's NFL Draft. Story »

Like many of us, Linnea Garcia-Tatupu is conflicted about football. The game allowed the men in her life to fulfill their dreams, to achieve at the highest level of a profession, starring in the NFL. Her husband, Mosi, made it to the Pro Bowl.  Story »

For Wednesday, January 28, 2015
For Wednesday, January 28, 2015
For Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Kenui wins regional soccer award • McGill wins Sunset Pro junior event • UH fifth in Big West softball poll
Nation & World

Waikele Road Improvements To Relieve Traffic Jams
Aloha! We begin our legislative session this week, meeting for 60 working days over the course of the next 15 weeks or so, with adjournment scheduled for May 7. Read More »
 
Local Pageant Pro Vies For USA National Miss Preteen Title
Torres began her journey into the world of pageantry at the age of 5, after spotting a pretty pageant flier in the mail. Read More »
 

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