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Thursday, October 23, 2014         

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 Hawaii juniors going for rare repeat
The Asia Pacific Junior Cup celebrates its eighth anniversary in two weeks at Waikoloa Kings' Course. It is a highly competitive junior version of the Ryder and Solheim Cups -- without the rancor. Story »
Hawaii's soccer seniors want to keep this ride going just a little bit longer. The Rainbow Wahine need a win over UC Davis on Friday's senior night to stay in the hunt for a Big West tournament berth. Story »

Respect comes in many forms, and University of Hawaii football player Scott Harding was shown a unique way when he was presented a walk-off punt two weeks ago. Story »

Radford advanced to the state Division II girls volleyball tournament with a 25-17, 26-24 win over McKinley on Wednesday night in the OIA D-II third-place game at the Mililani High gym. Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
The family legacy that connects Sarah Toeaina to the University of Hawaii ultimately played a secondary role in her decision to sign with the Rainbow Wahine basketball program. Story »

The big shuffle and cut is happening in the OIA, whether it's this week's semifinals or next week's third-place game. But the end comes for one of two ILH powerhouses. Story »

Clare-Marie Anderson's path to volleyball wasn't accidental. Father, Jay, was an All-American for Pepperdine, winning the 1978 NCAA title and being named to the all-tournament team. Story »

A highly regarded high school setter will join the University of Hawaii men's volleyball team next year. Joe Worsley of Campolindo High in Moraga, Calif., said he will sign next month when national letters of intent may be submitted.  Story »

Ellis cruises to victory • Okumura a winner • Big Island Bites hosts fundraiser Story »

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Columns
Nearly 40 years ago a TV commercial for a car dealer opened an NCAA can of worms that would deal the University of Hawaii men's basketball program what became, in essence, a decade-long blow. Story »

Rich Sheriff is right. There is no bad seat in the arena that he runs and which is named for his father, Stan, the man who built the facility that instantly became one of the best things going at the University of Hawaii -- and still is, after 20 years. Story »

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Hawaii Five-0 Sunset on the Beach
CBS hosted its annual Sunset on the Beach premiere event celebrating season five and the 100th episode of Hawaii Five-0 at Waikiki Beach. More photos »
 
Kauai’s Gift To Waikiki Echoes Elvis
It is one of the most romantic and classic Hollywood scenes filmed in Hawaii: Elvis Presley serenading Joan Blackman with Hawaiian Wedding Song as they float on a double-hulled canoe at Coco Palms on Kauai. Read More »
 

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