Friday, April 24, 2015         

Sports

 He's more than tough enough
He stands 6 feet tall and weighs 190 pounds dripping wet. His bench press, which he hasn't attempted in years, topped out at 10 reps of 185 pounds. Story »
 Kailua creeps past tough Leilehua
Joey Cantillo couldn't get his groove going, he says. The tall southpaw gave up a first-inning home run, but mixed his fastball and slider enough to finish with a five-hitter as Kailua rallied past Leilehua 5-2 on Thursday afternoon at the Surfriders' field.  Story »
Staring at a sizable deficit late in the match, Kahuku focused on siding out and improving its communication. Story »

University of Hawaii volleyball player Scott Hartley is in a personal arm's race. He has tried rest, and he has worked out with 5-pound weights to strengthen the deltoid muscle and rotator cuff in his sore right arm. Story »

When the University of Hawaii football team made a grayshirt offer last year, linebacker Dayton Furuta's initial reaction was: Huh? "Grayshirt?" Furuta recalled. "I didn't really understand what a grayshirt was." Story »

 Dunaway doesn't let ILH title slip away 
Kamehameha's Spencer Dunaway knew he was tied with the clubhouse leader going to the 18th tee. After a nice drive and a 59-yard flip wedge to 4 feet, Dunaway nervously stood over his birdie attempt. Story »
By skipping a step, Lindsey Willmon took a lengthy stride toward earning a conference honor. Willmon simplified her mechanics in the batter's box going into the Hawaii softball team's series at Cal Poly last week.  Story »

There is no hiding in sand volleyball. The indoor game has become so specialized that some front-row players never see the back row and hold their breaths if they need to set an off-ball. Story »

As a player, Adam Jacobsen knew the Big West Conference inside and out. Now he gets a chance to prove his worth there as a coach. Jacobsen, a 13-year assistant at Pacific, is the first staff hire of new Hawaii men's basketball coach Eran Ganot, sources say. Story »

Maureen Cole hasn't enjoyed many opportunities to breathe easy during the Big West water polo season. Story »

Columns

FERD'S WORDS
Forget what the ESPN analysts say about Marcus Mariota's inexperience taking the snap from center, on this day it was the Swiss cheese that was baffling. Story »


FURTHER REVIEW
On Sept. 1, 1995, a fiery young assistant helped the University of Hawaii women's volleyball team to a season-opening victory. Story »

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