In an election with 100 percent voter turnout, the University of Hawaii football team selected eight captains for the 2014 season. "We're going to make them realize every single day that they're captains," coach Norm Chow said.
Piling up catches and yards is usually high on the list of things to do for a wide receiver, and Punahou senior Kanawai Noa does it with an uncommon flair and humility. The third-year starting wideout for the Buffanblu has a chance to make history this season. Story »
With last year's top scorer out for the season after recent foot surgery, Michele Nagamine has been looking for new sources of offense in advance of Sunday's season opener against Arizona State in the Outrigger Resorts Shootout. Story »
Playing teams like Washington and Oregon State was something Jeremy Castro always expected he'd do as a four-star recruit from Murrieta, Calif. Everything else he's endured since signing with UCLA two years ago has not gone to plan. Story »
Kirby Yates concedes that when the Tampa Bay Rays called him up from the minors in June, he was running on adrenaline. But after 22 appearances over the past couple of months, the Lihue native has grown accustomed to life in the majors. Story »
Before the first volleyball is served or football kicked off this season, the University of Hawaii is already waging fierce competition. With itself. The battleground is shirts, hats and other newly minted athletic logowear being sold at both the campus bookstore and the newly created H-Zone. 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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