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Walk-off win in opener helps Hawaii sweep stubborn Hilo

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                                Hawaii catcher Dallas Duarte (8) reacts while scoring the go-ahead run off Scotty Scott’s double during the ninth inning.

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    Hawaii catcher Dallas Duarte (8) reacts while scoring the go-ahead run off Scotty Scott’s double during the ninth inning.

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                                Hawaii right fielder Tyler Best, right, slid and ended up making a catch with his bare hand after the ball popped up during the sixth inning of the first game at Les Murakami Stadium on Saturday. The ball was hit by UH Hilo’s John Bicos.

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    Hawaii right fielder Tyler Best, right, slid and ended up making a catch with his bare hand after the ball popped up during the sixth inning of the first game at Les Murakami Stadium on Saturday. The ball was hit by UH Hilo’s John Bicos.

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                                Hawaii’s Scotty Scott (1), foreground, celebrated with Kole Kaler, left, and Safea Villaruz-Mauai after his hit won it in the bottom of the ninth against UH Hilo at Les Murakami Stadium on Saturday.

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    Hawaii’s Scotty Scott (1), foreground, celebrated with Kole Kaler, left, and Safea Villaruz-Mauai after his hit won it in the bottom of the ninth against UH Hilo at Les Murakami Stadium on Saturday.

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