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STEVEN ERLER / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Kamehameha’s Christmas Togiai tried to get past Maryknoll’s Sage Tolentino on Wednesday.
Kamehameha claims league

The arrival of Kordel Ng in the offseason put Kamehameha in the upper echelon of the ILH. Read more

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Cole Arceneaux, Punahou ‘18: The Adams State sophomore guard put up eight points, one rebound and one steal in the Grizzlies’ 86-73 loss at Colorado Christian on Saturday. Read more

COURTESY WASHINGTON STATE ATHLETICS
                                Celena, left, and Cherilyn Molina gave older sister Chanelle a lift during a photo session for Washington State’s women’s basketball team.
Molinas stick together

In the second game of her collegiate career, Washington State guard Cherilyn Molina stood at the free-throw line and made the first of two foul shots against Saint Mary’s (Calif.) when the buzzer sounded. Read more

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Cole Arceneaux, Punahou ’18: The Adams State sophomore guard made his second start of the season on Saturday in an 88-85 loss at Western Colorado, scoring a season-high 10 points on 4-for-5 shooting, including 2-for-2 from 3-point range to go with eight rebounds. The loss brought the Grizzlies to 5-12 this season. Read more

BRUCE ASATO/ BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Graeme McDowell walks up to the 18th green in the final round of the Sony Open.
This week’s wet weather gave McDowell an edge

After flying the approximately 141⁄2 hours from Ireland to Hawaii, Graeme McDowell might have been the only one on his flight who wasn’t upset about the weather that greeted him on his arrival. Read more

JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Kevin Kisner birdied the 18th hole during the third round on Saturday.
Kevin Kisner goes on the attack at the Sony Open

For those winners from last season fortunate enough to play in the Sentry Tournament of Champions, it’s been a two-week grind against the howling winds that haven’t gone away in 2020. Read more

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