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Wednesday, August 20, 2014         

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 Woolsey gets down so he can stay up
The rise of quarterback Ikaika Woolsey began with a fall. During Tuesday's full-pads scrimmage, Tuesday, Woolsey darted into the open field, exceeded the first-down marker and ... slid?  Story »
Football is one of four teams at the University of Hawaii to have an Academic Progress Rate that is above both the national and conference averages in its sport.  Story »

A drop of blood clung to Tevita Lataimua's jaw line. Flecks of black rubber from the T.C. Ching Complex's FieldTurf dotted the senior linebacker's practice jersey and pads.  Story »

The University of Hawaii Bookstore is willing to let the athletic department's H-Zone take over athletic merchandise sales at the football team's road sites, an official said.  Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
Tuesday was moving day. Except for three days spent in the dormitories because of the threat of Hurricane Iselle, the Rainbow Warriors lived in two dance studios for 13 days during fall camp.  Story »

Two of the top high school baseball players in the state have decided to stay home for college. 'Iolani's Pikai Winchester and Kamehameha's Kekai Rios have given oral commitments to play for the Rainbow Warriors starting in 2016. Story »

 
For Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Hekili earns bye in Babe Ruth World Series • Hawaii surfers win at Billabong Pro Tahiti • Shimomura earns trip to Florida • Kim claims Oahu Women's Invitational and more
For Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Columns
Contrary to what's been floating around the Twitterverse and even some mainstream mainland sports media outlets, the University of Hawaii football team isn't going anywhere in the immediate future ... except to Aloha Stadium and six venues on the continent to play football games over the next few months. Story »

Hawaii high school football has never been better. Unfortunately, it has also never been worse. The individual talent continues to improve. As does the coaching. This senior class of football players is considered among the state's best by college recruiters; some say it will be the finest crop ever. Story »

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