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Colt remains stable

Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan remains in stable condition at The Queen’s Medical Center. Colt’s parents, Terry and Betsy Brennan, said in a release yesterday, "Colt is still sedated and in stable condition. We also ask for privacy for the time being, so Colt can heal." Brennan was in a two-car accident on Friday near Kona.


Swimmers cross Kauai Channel

A relay team of six swimmers became the first to cross the Kaieiewaho Channel from Oahu to Kauai, finishing yesterday morning off Nawiliwili Harbor.

The six, ranging in ages from 32 to 63, needed 47 hours and 55 minutes to complete the swim. The team started off at Kaena Point at 5:30 a.m. Saturday and finished at Nawiliwili Harbor at 5:25 a.m. yesterday.

Making the crossing were: Mike Spalding, 63; Randy Brown, 62; Linda Kaiser, 60; Joel Swartz, 54; Michelle Macy, 33; and Bill Brown, 32. Spalding and Kaiser are from Oahu, Brown and Swartz from California, Macy from Oregon and Brown from Kauai.


USA Rugby coach at academy

Eddie O’Sullivan, coach of the U.S. national rugby team the USA Eagles, headlines the list of coaches who will be at the Game Plan Rugby Academy, Dec. 9-11, at the BYUH campus.

The deadline to register is tomorrow. The academy is open to girls and boys ages 13-19 and college, high school and club coaches Go to or to register.


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