Monday, August 31, 2015         


After years of rejection, receiver’s new mission is to be a success on field

By Jason Kaneshiro
Considering Dylan Collie hasn't played in a football game since 2011, Hawaii's opener against Colorado can't arrive soon enough for the Rainbow Warrior receiver.

Warriors return top producers and boast a bevy of young talent ready to challenge

By Jason Kaneshiro
A fresh start or a continuation of last year's progress? The coming season represents a bit of both for the University of Hawaii receiver corps.

Safety prefers to stay in background despite being in the middle of the action

By Stephen Tsai
University of Hawaii safety Trayvon Henderson has much to celebrate. He is a starter. He is one of the Warriors' fastest, completing the three-cone drill in 3.88 seconds. He is a junior who has a chance to earn a bachelor's degree in seven semesters.

Coach Abraham Elimimian tells the DBs, just do your job, and you'll play

By Stephen Tsai
When it came to choosing the 2000 recruiting class, Abraham Elimimian was picked last. After an injury-hindered senior season in high school, he was set to join Washington State as a walk-on when he received a message from the Hawaii coaches.

After moving to tight end, Unga combines his hitting and catching skills

By Stephen Tsai
The University of Hawaii football team practiced under the lights Sunday in its first night practice ahead of Thursday's season opener against Colorado.

Wahine on a roll with third win

By Cindy Luis
Rarely can the AYSO philosophy carry over to collegiate athletics, but No. 18 Hawaii enjoyed one of those nights Sunday where everyone played in the 25-20, 25-19, 25-11 sweep of Oregon State.

Farrington airs it out

By Paul Honda
Bishop Rapoza passed for 315 yards and three touchdowns as No. 6 Farrington rallied for a 42-35 win over Moanalua on Saturday night at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium.

'Iolani grabs tournament title before ILH season starts

By Stanley Lee
'Iolani's ability to rally yielded a tournament title. The Raiders made up deficits in each set en route to a 25-16, 23-25, 25-19 win over Moanalua to capture the Hawaii Volleyball Invitational on Saturday afternoon at Kamehameha.

Milton, Mililani put on another show

By Nick Abramo
What a shootout it was at Mililani on Saturday ... for one half at least. The top-ranked Trojans led No.7 Kapolei by six points in the second quarter, but came alive the rest of the way in a 67-21 victory at John Kauinana Stadium.
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