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Thursday, April 24, 2014         

Sports

 Samia knows squat
As a building block for the Hawaii defensive line, Moses Samia knows the importance of a solid foundation. The senior returns as a veteran leader for a Rainbow Warriors defensive front undergoing a renovation and relies on the power stored in his legs to hold up against double teams in the middle of the line of scrimmage. Story »
Mililani sophomore Mari Nishiura repeated as OIA girls champ and Moanalua's Brant Grant cleared the field by three strokes as a senior to win the boys title on Turtle Bay's Fazio Course on Wednesday. Story »

The Mules' first two batters in the order -- Chenoa Au and Tiana Cantero-Kawelo -- combined to score five runs and drive in six in Leilehua's 13-3 win over Kailua in the first round of the OIA Red softball playoffs Wednesday. Story »

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Attempting to win a golf tournament that truly matters to you can shake your soul, whether it is the third LPGA Lotte Championship, the 56th Mid-Pacific Open or a Turkey Shoot involving 8-year-olds. Story »

Wie event raises funds for HSJGA • 5 from UHH make PacWest first team • Miss Hawaii tournament coming up Story »

 
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For Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Cal Baptist sweeps Brigham Young-Hawaii • Hawaii Hilo women clinch PacWest golf

For Thursday, April 24, 2014
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For Thursday, April 24, 2014
What's on the air today and tomorrow. Listings are Oceanic analog/digital.

Columns
The gap between University of Hawaii athletic teams and their well-heeled foes figures to grow even wider after Thursday. By leaps and bounds, not to mention smoothie bars and bison burgers.  Story »

Moments following the greatest bogey of her career, Michelle Wie was doused with champagne. As she walked off the 18th green toward the scorer's tent, it was hard to tell if she was wiping a tear or a drop of bubbly from under her eye. Story »


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