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Thursday, October 30, 2014         

Sports

It is a test of mettle to play behind an ironman. Ruben Guzman is the substitute punter for a Hawaii football player with perfect attendance. Despite deep bruises and aches to several points of his body, Scott Harding has not missed a punting opportunity for the Warriors this season. Story »

When Donnie King Jr.'s opportunity arrived, he promptly produced. After seeing sporadic playing time in his previous four years, the former walk-on caught one pass in the Rainbow Warriors' season opener against Washington then went six games without touching the ball. Story »

During a break in practice, Montana Martinez glances over at the soccer team and thinks that would hurt a lot less than her workout. Before delving further into thoughts of her former sport, it's time to line up with her cross country teammates for another speed workout. Story »

Donations boost program • Teams go island hopping • UH-CSU game on ESPNU Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
First, the University of Hawaii men's basketball team lost its head coach. Now the Rainbow Warriors will be without their best player for an indefinite amount of time. Story »

As a season of "bad juju" nears an end, the Hawaii soccer team has two more chances to break the spell. Rainbow Wahine coach Michele Nagamine can only shake her head at some of the occurrences over the course of a 6-10 season to date that concludes with a two-match Big West road trip starting Thursday at UC Irvine. Story »

Hawaii coach Laura Beeman emphasized execution entering the Rainbow Wahine basketball team's lone exhibition game before its season opener. The Wahine delivered in racing past Hawaii Hilo 90-53 at the Stan Sheriff Center. Story »

For Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Hawaii's Joshua Moniz put up 18.37 points (out of 20) to advance at the Allianz ASP World Junior Championships in Portugal on Tuesday.
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For Thursday, October 30, 2014
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Columns
We don't yet know who the next men's basketball coach at the University of Hawaii will be, but we see who is willing to stand up and make some necessary calls for the Manoa campus. Story »

University of Hawaii basketball fans have to hope that the firing of head coach Gib Arnold and assistant Brandyn Akana might be enough to satisfy the NCAA. Story »

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