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Saturday, January 31, 2015         

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 Leilehua girls hoops rolls past Moanalua 
It was one last game at home for senior Jerri Maluyo. She gave Leilehua fans a performance to remember. The point guard scored 27 points, grabbed eight rebounds, dished six assists and had seven steals as Leilehua routed Moanalua 72-41 on Friday night at the Mules’ gym.  Story »
 Bowler sends 'Iolani soccer seniors off happy  
Rachel Bowler delivered the winning kick to send her seniors off right. With time running out, Bowler's free kick from about 25 yards out found the back of the goal in the 80th minute to give 'Iolani a 3-2 win over Punahou on Friday at Kozuki Stadium. Story »
The Rainbow Warriors basketball team has responded to adversity, be it on or off the court, with aplomb all season. Adversity is still attempting to get in the last word. Story »

‘Iolani will play ILH Division I football next season unless it appeals for an exemption, Raiders athletic director Carl Schroers said Friday. Story »

Lydia Ko is one round from potentially making golf history. The 17-year-old New Zealander birdied five consecutive holes and shot a 7-under 65 in the third round of the Coates Golf Championship on Friday to take the outright lead in the LPGA Tour's season opener. Story »

 Mosley's moment arrives
It's about time. Not so much that it has taken this long for Hawaii to finally recognize an arena-sport athlete, which will happen when the first retired jersey is hung in the Stan Sheriff Center on Saturday evening. Story »
In a freaky-Friday reversal, the Hawaii volleyball team made all the right moves for a 25-22, 25-19, 24-26, 26-24 road upset of No. 4 UC Irvine in the Bren Center. Story »

After 15 years at the helm, Daniel Matsumoto has called it a day. The Waianae Seariders football coach is stepping down, he confirmed on Friday night. 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 »

The NCAA doesn't possess unlimited enforcement resources, and if you pay attention to the news, you know in recent weeks and months it had some business to take care of with SMU and Penn State. Story »

For Saturday, January 31, 2015
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For Saturday, January 31, 2015
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