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Thursday, January 29, 2015         

Sports

 ‘Iolani holds on to win, tightens race in ILH 
'Iolani sped out to an early lead then held off a Saint Louis rally and tightened the ILH Division I boys basketball race with a 49-43 win on Wednesday at McCabe Gym. Story »
 Destiny King was meant to play for Hawaii
That critical first step. It has to be quick. It has to be decisive. Whether it's on a drive to the basket or signing that inaugural recruit, that first step establishes the base of what is to come. Story »
The sixth-ranked University of Hawaii volleyball team went off script, then off its game in Wednesday night's 25-16, 25-22, 25-21 road loss to No. 3 UC Irvine in the Bren Center. Story »

'Iolani kept its seat at the head of the class in ILH Division I boys soccer on Wednesday with a 1-1 tie against host Punahou. As expected, the encounter between the two rivals was intense. Story »

It might be a glorified high school gym. It's also one of three sites Hawaii has not won as a Big West men's basketball member. The oft-derided, 1,600-seat Matadome of Cal State Northridge has thus far been a tough place to play for the Rainbow Warriors. Story »

 Nakama reaches Hall of Fame
Hawaii golf's Ho‘olaule‘a was created to honor the game's diverse faces, and bring them together. At the Feb. 7 Ho‘olaule‘a, Casey Nakama will become the 70th member of the Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame. Story »
Marcus Mariota's exceptional work on and off the football field have earned him a place on one of Hawaii's legendary golf courses. Story »

After staying afloat through what began as an up-and-down season, the Kamehameha girls' canoe paddling team made it a priority to end the regular season on a high note. Story »

Jessica Korda, Stacy Lewis and Azahara Munoz each shot 6-under 66 in the opening round of the LPGA Tour season opener. Story »

Columns
Saturday the University of Hawaii athletic department will pay tribute to the late Judy Mosley-McAfee, the most dominating basketball player in the school's history. 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 »

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For Thursday, January 29, 2015
Moniz wins Sunset Beach Pro Junior • Kozlov advances in Lahaina Challenger • Wehnelt named Big West Athlete of Week • Amateur boxing at Palolo and more
Nation & World

Taking Care Of Our Furry Family Members
The Hawaiian Humane Society’s mission to promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals has been our guiding light through the last 131 years since our founding. Read More »
 
A Few Thoughts On UH Athletics
It seems that every week there’s much more to talk about regarding the future and past of University of Hawaii athletics. Read More »
 

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