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Radford has hired Brandy Richardson to be the new varsity girls basketball coach.

Richardson replaces outgoing coach Tani Almont-Dutro, who resigned recently and has applied for the vacant varsity boys coaching position.

"Tani’s a great coach," Radford athletic director Kelly Sur said. "Brandy’s philosophy in terms of how she wants to run a program fits in with our direction. She brings a wealth of knowledge."

Richardson was player of the year at Kalaheo before playing at UC Santa Barbara.

Johnson reps Hawaii

Kahuku defensive back Kawe Johnson was the lone representative from the islands for Team Hawaii, but that didn’t stop him from having a standout performance.

The sophomore, who played safety and cornerback, had six interceptions in nine games at the New Level 7-on-7 Tournament at UNLV over the weekend. He also had two scoring catches.

Kamehameha No. 5 in ESPN poll

Powerhouse Kamehameha remained at No. 5 in the ESPN Rise Boys Volleyball Fab 50 this week.

Punahou moved up a notch to No. 8, ‘Iolani rose a spot to No. 19 and Hawaii Baptist remained at No. 31. Seabury Hall is among the teams in the "on the bubble" list.

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