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Jason Kaneshiro

Jason Kaneshiro is a former sports reporter at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. He joined the Honolulu Star-Bulletin in 2001 and has covered a variety of sports over the years as a beat writer and general assignment sports reporter. He is a graduate of Roosevelt High School and the University of Hawaii.
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                                UH alumni Gary Allen during the Na Koa Road Warrior event at the California Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Jason Kaneshiro: Gary Allen left his mark even on this reporter

Everyone could use a do-over at some point. Most of us could recall a time when a rewind button would come in handy, whether to pick mild over spicy, or come up with a wittier comeback in conversation, or take more care in placing the car keys in an obvious spot in the house. Read more

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                                Kamehameha opposite Kainoa Wade says he will play for Hawaii beginning in 2026.
Wade’s son staying home to play for UH

Kainoa Wade literally had a front-row seat to watch his father build the University of Hawaii men’s volleyball program into a national power. Read more

                                Marissa Chow earned a spot in the U.S. Women’s Open by winning a playoff in Monday’s qualifier at the Oahu Country Club.
‘Iolani alumna Chow qualifies for U.S. Women’s Open

Marissa Chow stood 4 feet away from a trip to Pebble Beach. When her birdie putt on Oahu Country Club’s second hole circled the rim of the cup and fell, she took a moment to consider just how far she’d come to return to the U.S. Women’s Open. Read more

                                Wahine’s Mia Foster is pursued in second half play.
Wahine soccer trip aims to bring educational value on, off the pitch

A week in Italy promises a lifetime of memories. After racking up air miles over five round trips to the continent during the regular season last fall, the University of Hawaii soccer team embarked on a trip across the globe on Monday to wrap up the spring. Read more

                                Tiff Wells, left, and Cindy Luis worked side-by-side at University of Hawaii men’s and women’s volleyball games as a mother-son media combination.
Jason Kaneshiro: Luis ends long career with son at her side

Cindy Luis took a moment to simply watch and listen. The pioneering sports writer had decided to step away from full-time volleyball coverage at the conclusion of the collegiate men’s season, so “aloha ball” in Fairfax, Va., landed with a little more impact. Read more

                                University of Hawaii seniors Lepepaina “Princess’ Matavao, left, Amanda Ajari, Rachel “Bueller” Sabourin and Cira Bartolotti were honored after the Rainbow Wahine softball team’s Senior Night game on Friday at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.
Hawaii softball suffers sweep on long senior night

Rain in Manoa delayed the start of senior day at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium and UC Davis dampened the University of Hawaii softball team’s evening by sweeping the season-ending doubleheader. Read more

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