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BOB SIGALL / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Castle Junction is not named for Castle Hospital, 2 miles away, but for Harold K.L. Castle’s office at the intersection of Auloa Road and Pali, Kamehameha and Kalanianaole highways.
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BOB SIGALL / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

Castle Junction is not named for Castle Hospital, 2 miles away, but for Harold K.L. Castle’s office at the intersection of Auloa Road and Pali, Kamehameha and Kalanianaole highways.

COURTESY REGGIE HO
                                Reggie Ho, a 5-foot-5, 135-pound place-kicker, booted four field goals for Notre Dame in a win over Michigan 19-17 in 1988. That game is now known as “the Reggie Ho game” at Notre Dame.
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COURTESY REGGIE HO

Reggie Ho, a 5-foot-5, 135-pound place-kicker, booted four field goals for Notre Dame in a win over Michigan 19-17 in 1988. That game is now known as “the Reggie Ho game” at Notre Dame.

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                                Bill “The Knee” Pacheco was a star place-kicker for Saint Louis School, and played in University of Hawaii vs. alumni games until he was 64.
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Bill “The Knee” Pacheco was a star place-kicker for Saint Louis School, and played in University of Hawaii vs. alumni games until he was 64.

BOB SIGALL / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Castle Junction is not named for Castle Hospital, 2 miles away, but for Harold K.L. Castle’s office at the intersection of Auloa Road and Pali, Kamehameha and Kalanianaole highways.
COURTESY REGGIE HO
                                Reggie Ho, a 5-foot-5, 135-pound place-kicker, booted four field goals for Notre Dame in a win over Michigan 19-17 in 1988. That game is now known as “the Reggie Ho game” at Notre Dame.
STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Bill “The Knee” Pacheco was a star place-kicker for Saint Louis School, and played in University of Hawaii vs. alumni games until he was 64.