Rainbow guard Garrett Nevels pushed an overzealous UC Santa Barbara student who ran onto the court toward the Hawaii bench during the first half. The incident happened after Hawaii coach Gib Arnold was assessed a technical foul for arguing with an official.
SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. » The road turned rough for the Hawaii men's basketball team Thursday night. In their final regular-season game on the mainland, the Rainbow Warriors dropped an 86-77 decision to UC Santa Barbara.
Lee Leslie, who was a graduate assistant on Ron McBride's staff in Utah, said he accepted the job as head football coach at Kahuku on Thursday. Leslie replaces Reggie Torres, whose teams won two of the past three state titles and three overall since he took the job in 2006. Story »
UH endured a long top of the first inning for a second straight night as Pacific exploded for five runs to open the game. But a six-run bottom of the fifth sent the Rainbow Wahine to an 8-7 comeback win on Thursday to cap the second night of the Jack in the Box Spring Fling Tournament. Story »
Kylyn Sasaki tripled down the right-field line to drive in two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning as second-ranked Mililani downed Kapolei 6-1 in the OIA Red West softball opener for both teams on Thursday. Story »
The ahupua‘a of Hakipu‘u can be easily missed when driving between Kaneohe and Kualoa, district names that are more familiar. Even neighboring Waiahole is better known to most, courtesy of Bruddah Waltah's classic song "Sweet Lady of Waiahole." Story »
For the ‘Iolani Raiders, the time was right for two sophomores to step up. Left-hander Ezra Heleski struck out four in two innings of relief, and Matt Campos drilled two key doubles, bringing home three teammates as ‘Iolani rallied past Punahou 7-4 on Thursday at the Raiders' field. Story »
Recent history indicates the first road trip of the season tells a lot about where the Rainbow Warriors might end up in May. Hawaii has lost 11 of its past 13 nonconference games away from Les Murakami Stadium heading into a showdown at No. 10 Texas beginning Friday. Story »
Boxing has never quite given Michael Balasi the lifestyle he wished. The 13-year professional from Hawaii will showcase his skills in the opening bout of ESPN2's "Friday Night Fights," telecast this week at 4 p.m. Hawaii time. Story »
On senior night, the Rainbow Wahine had to close out UC Santa Barbara without their best two. But the Wahine got a career-best 17 points from senior Diane Moore and double-figure scoring from three others in a 73-60 defeat of UC Santa Barbara on Thursday night at the Stan Sheriff Center. Story »
Kailua and University of Hawaii alumnus, Samson Satele, was one of the first free agents Indianapolis signed two years ago when it started rebuilding, but he was hobbled by injuries in both seasons, missing eight games total. Story »
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Early last fall when a visitor noted the life-sized mannequin in the display window of the campus Duck Store modeling his popular No. 8 jersey, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota lowered his head, humbly. Story »
Reggie Torres is no longer the head football coach at Kahuku High School. And the prep sports scene in Hawaii is the worse for it. The Red Raiders don't just lose a fine coach, we all lose the lasting impact of a leader who develops character and discipline in youth.
TUCSON, Ariz. >> Arizona’s offense was disjointed, the shots weren’t falling, the free throws clanging one after another. Playing without injured forward Brandon Ashley for the first time, the second-ranked Wildcats looked out of sorts on the offensive end, leaving them in jeopardy of their first losing streak of the season. Story »
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Underground art went wildly public Feb. 8-15 on the streets of Kakaako, where more than 100 local and international street artists installed a colorful splash of murals across area buildings and walls, while also gathering throughout the week for art-focused lecture series, films and a block party – a movement known as Pow! Wow! Read More »