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Hawaii defeats Cal Poly in a Valentine’s Night massacre

Fueled by reserve power, the Hawaii basketball team surged to Thursday’s 75-54 victory over Cal Poly in the Stan Sheriff Center. Read More

Trapasso hands Wu-Yelland the ball for opener

After Monday night’s practice, Hawaii baseball coach Mike Trapasso had seen enough. Read More

Ferd Lewis: Carper leads UH’s big men in Cal Poly mismatch

Center Dawson Carper was standing flat-footed in the green paint minding his own business Thursday night when a missed shot caromed directly into his hands. Read More

Gasman goes big in everything he does

Confidence comes in many shapes and sizes. This one wears size 15 shoes that are connected to a 6-foot-10 frame. Read More

HBA, University will face off for state berth

The Hawaii Baptist Eagles are all in. Their 42-34 semifinal win over Hanalani moved them one step closer to a state-tournament berth on Thursday night at Dan Liu Gymnasium. University beat Le Jardin in the other semifinal. Read More

Chaminade wins; second game postponed

Madelyn Stockslager pitched a four-hitter and Kiana Ulufale homered as the Chaminade softball team beat Pacific University 2-1 on Thursday at Central Oahu Regional Park. Read More

Rainbows will open season with a young group

The top pitcher is expected to miss Friday’s season opener. Read More

Moanalua holds off Kailua in OT to win OIA D-I crown

Isaiah Sugiura scored 15 points, including a key go-ahead 3 late in the fourth quarter, as No. 5 Moanalua rallied to force overtime and then pulled out a 56-49 win over No. 8 Kailua for the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I boys basketball championship. Read More

Farrington captures OIA Division II hoops title

The last time they met, the young Kaiser Cougars had a little surprise for the Farrington Governors. Read More

‘Iolani edges St. Francis as Saints’ program comes to close

The team that enabled ‘Iolani to earn the league’s third berth in the Division I boys basketball state tournament made it difficult for the Raiders at the end. Read More

Wilson worked his way to fame

Dean Wilson first picked up a club — out of mother Grace’s bag — at Pali Municipal Golf Course when he was 13. Read More

Hayashi, Ota, Ho clean up at Ho‘olaulea fete

Kevin Hayashi, Tyler Ota and Carl Ho came back for more and every member of a Ko Olina foursome was honored at Saturday’s 12th annual Ho’olaulea Awards banquet at the Manoa Grand Ballroom. Read More

Third-quarter outburst spurs Wahine past Gauchos

The quarter of the season lifted the Hawaii women’s basketball team to a decisive Big West win over UC Santa Barbara, 72-49, on Wednesday night. Read More

Aloha Stadium bill likely in current session

The Legislature came closer to setting the framework for rusting Aloha Stadium’s future Tuesday by quickly deferring House Bill 695 and leaving just two identical bills, House Bill 1497 and Senate Bill 1530, dealing with a new stadium progressing in the session. Read More

Rainbow Wahine basketball team searches for a leader

If this Hawaii women’s basketball season has proven anything, it is that anyone can be the hero on a given night. Read More

Ferd Lewis: Weak week gives Hawaii an opportunity to make a move

If the Big West Conference portion of the University of Hawaii men’s basketball schedule was a candy bar, this week would be its cream-filled center. Read More

Kyle Suppa of USC has taken his golf game to the next level in his second year as a starter

Kyle Suppa’s PGA Tour dreams began as a 7-year-old spectator at the Sony Open. Perhaps that was one of the biggest perks of growing up right next to Waialae Country Club. Read More

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