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TODAY
BASKETBALL
NBA Preseason: Raptors vs. Clippers, 7 p.m., at Stan Sheriff Center.
BOWLING
ILH girls: 4:30 p.m., at Hickam Bowling Center.
SOCCER
PacWest men: Academy of Art vs. Chaminade, 12:30 p.m. at Saint Louis Field; Holy Names vs. Hawaii Hilo, 4:30 p.m., at Paiea Stadium.
PacWest women: Academy of Art vs. Chaminade, 10 a.m., at Saint Louis Field; Holy Names vs. Hawaii Hilo, 4:30 p.m. at Paiea Stadium.
VOLLEYBALL
ILH Division I girls: Kamehameha at Maryknoll, 6 p.m.; ‘Iolani at Punahou, 6 p.m.
ILH Division II girls: Second-Round Tournament–Hanalani at St. Francis, 6:15 p.m.; University vs. St. Andrew’s, 6 p.m., at St. Andrew’s Priory. Also, playoff for first-round third-place–Sacred Hearts at Damien, 6:15 p.m.
OIA East girls: Kahuku at Kalani, Anuenue at Kaimuki, McKinley at Kailua, Farrington at Moanalua, Kaiser at Castle, Roosevelt at Kalaheo.

WEDNESDAY
BOWLING
ILH boys: 4:30 p.m., at Hickam Bowling Center.
VOLLEYBALL
OIA West girls: Campbell at Nanakuli, Kapolei at Waialua, Pearl City at Waipahu, Leilehua at Radford, Aiea at Waianae; White division games start at 5:30 p.m., followed by JV and varsity.
WATER POLO
ILH boys: ‘Iolani at Kamehameha, Mid-Pacific at Punahou; Division II matches start at 5 p.m., Division I at 6 p.m.

AVCA DIVISION I COACHES POLL
        Pts    Rec    PV    

1. Florida (60)    1596    11-0    1
2. Stanford (2)    1476    11-2    2
3. Penn State (2)    1469    13-1    3
4. Nebraska    1385    11-3    8
5. Texas    1378    11-2    5
6. Minnesota    1271    13-2    3
7. Wisconsin    1165    11-2    7
8. BYU    1128    15-1    9
9. Washington    1042    13-2    6
10. Kentucky    1024    12-2    10
11. Kansas    940    14-2    11
12. Creighton    791    11-4    14
13. UCLA    778    9-4    13
14. Michigan State    724    11-2    16
15. Southern California    700    12-3    20
16. Oregon    688    9-3    12
17. Utah    595    12-3    15
18. Purdue    527    13-2    19
19. San Diego    509    10-4    17
20. Iowa State    433    11-2    18
21. Northern Iowa    284    14-4    22
22. Michigan    229    12-4    23
23. Colorado State    188    14-2    24
24. Wichita State    132    12-3    25
25. Colorado    121    12-3    NR
Others receiving votes and listed on two or more ballots: Cal Poly 54; Western Kentucky 53; Florida State 24; Illinois 24; Baylor 19; Ohio State 9; Notre Dame 5.

ILH
Monday
Girls Varsity Division III
Championship
St. Andrew’s def. Lanikila Baptist 21-25, 27-25, 25-19, 25-21, 15-13

OIA West
Monday
Girls Varsity
Pearl City def. Radford 25-20, 14-25, 15-7
Girls JV
Radford def. Pearl City 21-8, 18-21, 17-15
Girls White
Pearl City def. Radford 16-21, 21-7, 15-12

Web.com Tour Championship
At Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Monday
Final Round; par 71
Jonathan Byrd, $180,000    64-65-64-67—260
Sam Saunders, $88,000    59-66-70-69—264
Shawn Stefani, $88,000    66-66-67-65—264
Bronson Burgoon, $48,000    66-63-68-68—265
Matt Jones, $36,500    65-68-67-67—267
Rob Oppenheim, $36,500    67-64-66-70—267
Cameron Tringale, $36,500    65-66-65-71—267
Anders Albertson, $28,000    68-66-67-67—268
Roberto Castro, $28,000    65-64-69-70—268
Austin Cook, $28,000    66-65-70-67—268
Ethan Tracy, $28,000    67-66-67-68—268
Matt Atkins, $20,250    62-69-68-70—269
Tyler Duncan, $20,250    63-70-64-72—269
Tom Hoge, $20,250    71-63-70-65—269
Denny McCarthy, $20,250    67-65-67-70—269

HSJGA JTS – All Ages – Maui
At Kapalua Golf Club’s The Bay Course
Sunday
Boys
7-10
Bryce Toledo-Lue    94-86—180
Daniel Arashiro Garcia    92-104—196
David Arashiro Garcia    116-116—232
11-12
Dillon Jonke    69-82—151
Rayden Hara-Shimabuku    78-85—163
Reagan Miles    92-93—185
13-14
Jake Sequin    74-77—151
Noah Koshi    71-80—151
Dillon Ah Chong    78-75—153
Aidan Oki    79-78—157
Puniawa Vedder    86-78—164
15-18
A.J. Teraoka    68-73—141
Davis Lee    73-76—149
Jordan Terada    72-78—150
Kolbe Irei    69-82—151
Rilen Loo    77-74—151
Girls
11-12
Teal Matsueda    80-76­—156
Kara Kaneshiro    80-79—159
Payten Shimizu    83-84—167
Ariya Soldwisch    90-97—187
13-14
Lana Calibuso-Kwee    75-78—153
Lacey Uchida    78-77—155
Kaylee Akagi    79-81—160
Kailey Oki    86-81—167
Summer Wong    85-88— 173
15-18
Reese Guzman    73-70—143
Kamie Hamada    79-72—151
Joy Callinan    76-76—152
Danielle Ujimori    81-75—156
Jaelin Ishikawa    83-76—159
Kaitlyn Tonai    80-79—159

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