Tuesday, September 23, 2014         


 Captains America
Davis Love III walked into the media center last week and was immediately treated to a wide-screen view of the 2012 Ryder Cup. With a wry smile spreading across his just-turned 50-year-old face he said, "I'm not gonna do an interview with that on TV." Story »
Reserve quarterback Jeremy Higgins will miss the rest of the University of Hawaii football season because of a fracture in his left (throwing) hand. As a fifth-year senior, Higgins' college career has ended.  Story »

For someone who has yet to win a state title, Kaeo Kruse already has been labeled as one of the top runners Kamehameha has ever produced. That's quite a distinction coming from Kamehameha coach Steve Jenness. Story »

Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman needed a few extra minutes to clear his head. His team took advantage of mistakes by the New York Jets to jump to an early lead, but then things got a little too close for comfort in a 27-19 win Monday night. Story »

OIA looking into bottle throwing • Hallums stands out in Vegas tourney • Skippa Diaz services Friday • The Top 10 • Athletes of the Week • Honor Roll Story »

The focus is on the first road trip of the year, building on the success found last week with two sweeps of Northern Arizona. Still, it's not a bad thing to again be packing a number along with the bags when heading off to California. Story »

San Francisco State boots HPU • First goal an unforgettable one for Orchard • BYUH gets revenge vs. HPU in volleyball Story »

San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o has a fractured right foot and is expected to miss significant time, a person with knowledge of the situation said Monday night. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team hasn't made the news public. Story »

For Tuesday, September 23, 2014
University of Hawaii's Storm Kenui was named the Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week by the Big West Conference on Monday. The sophomore from Waipahu scored a goal in Hawaii's 3-1 win against Eastern Washington this past Friday.
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For Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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There are some jobs where, however talented you might be, convention dictates that the idea is not to be too busy. Scott Harding knows this full well because he has one of them: He is the University of Hawaii's punter.  Story »

As any poker player will tell you, it usually takes more than an ace to win a big hand. Sometimes it can even contribute to you losing a bundle. And you can go on tilt and lose your rhythm after something good happening as easily as something bad. Story »

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