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» Seabury Hall swimmer Renny Richmond set a state record in the boys 100-meter fly as a freshman, then broke the record as a sophomore, and again as a junior. He finished his high school career with six titles. A Monday Page C2 article repeatedly used a female pronoun when referring to him. Also, Christian Academy’s Raion Black won the 100- and 200-meter sprints at this year’s state championships, and earned five gold medals in her career. The same article credited her with also winning the 400-meter sprint this year, for a total of six gold medals.
» The Prayers on Wings Jam Band is composed of 120 musicians, not 20 as stated in a Page B3 story Sunday. Also, the phone number for information about the May 26 benefit concert at Dot’s in Wahiawa is 341-5820. A different number was listed.