Saturday, August 29, 2015         


Waianae runs by struggling Leilehua

By Paul Honda
Jorell Pontes-Borje was opportunistic and precise. Not bad for a third-stringer. The backup's backup quarterback fired two touchdown passes in the first half as No. 9 Waianae overpowered Leilehua 50-28 on Friday night at Hugh Yoshida Stadium.

Duo leads Castle to close victory over Waipahu

By Jason Kaneshiro
Castle quarterback Willie Ewaliko didn't have receiver Jeremy McGoldrick available for much of Friday's game against Waipahu.

Kahuku mauls overmatched McKinley

By Nick Abramo
This game had mismatch written all over it before the season began. It was on the schedule, it was played and it wasn't pretty.

'Bows' schedule 'good as it could be'

By Brian McInnis
Opportunities for wins could be many in Eran Ganot's first season as Hawaii basketball coach. UH released a 29-game schedule on Friday, featuring 19 dates at the Stan Sheriff Center.

No burden, just fun for Hawaii's Rasmussen

By Stephen Tsai
University of Hawaii football player Kory Rasmussen is on the clock. As a full-time student, football player and father, Rasmussen adheres to a tight schedule.

Wahine start season strong

By Cindy Luis
It was an opening night that was Taylor-made for success. Behind junior hitter Nikki Taylor's 12 kills and buoyed by reserve setter Kendra Koelsch's play at the ends of Sets 2 and 3, No. 18 Hawaii turned back Idaho 25-18, 25-23, 25-19 Friday night in the second match of the Chevron Invitational at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Thanks to football, TV, English is now second nature for ex-Farrington star

By Stephen Tsai
When Lance Williams was 10 years old, the Cartoon Network was his English instructor. "Power Rangers," "Gargoyles," "Justice League" ... "I was fresh off the boat," said Williams, who moved from American Samoa to Kalihi to help take care of his grandfather.

Sense of adventure brought him here, now the back wants to take UH places

By Jason Kaneshiro
Diocemy Saint Juste isn't one for sticking to the familiar. "I like to go to different places and explore. I don't like to be in one stationary place," Saint Juste said.

Committee of running backs offers up a range of speed, strength, styles

By Jason Kaneshiro
After another sweat-drenched practice on a steamy afternoon in Manoa, a stream of Hawaii football players hustled over to a shave ice truck parked outside the field for an end-of-camp treat.

Deep and talented group of linebackers hopes to wreak havoc for opponents

By Stephen Tsai
Roll call can be confusing when two players whose names rhyme share a position and four other linebackers have Williams as surnames.

Iriarte's TD passes help Radford cruise

By Stanley Lee
Radford finally got to play an entire game. Quintin Iriarte threw for four touchdowns and ran for two more as the Rams beat Kalani 53-6 in an OIA Division II game on Friday night at Aiea.

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