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Crabb, partner win Manhattan Beach Open

Former Punahou athlete Trevor Crabb and partner Reid Priddy came through the contender’s bracket to win the AVP Manhattan Beach Volleyball Open championship on Sunday in Manhattan Beach, Calif. Read more

4 in Ironman Hall of Fame Class of 2019

Athletes Tim DeBoom and Michellie Jones, as well as contributors Kenneth Gasque and Jan War are the four inductees for the 2019 Ironman Hall of Fame Class, as announced Tuesday. Read more

Micah Christenson helps U.S. volleyball team win

The U.S. men’s volleyball team, with two players from Hawaii in the starting lineup, opened the Tokyo Qualification Tournament with a 3-1 victory over Belgium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on Friday. Read more

Seumanutafa advances at U.S. amateur

Hawaii-born Aneka Seumanutafa won twice on Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals of the 119th U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship in West Point, Miss. Read more

Corpuz, Nam advance at Women’s Amateur

Allisen Corpuz (Punahou) and Malia Nam (Kaiser) both qualified for the match play event at the 119th U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at Old Waverly Golf Club in West Point, Mass., on Tuesday. Read more

Central East Maui wins opener

Isaac Imamura and Nakea Kahalehau recorded two hits apiece and Logan Kuloloia pitched a complete game as Central East Maui Little League (Wailuku) defeated the Southern California representative (Sweetwater Valley Little League of Bonita, Calif.) 4-2 to open Little League West Regional play on Sunday in San Bernardino, Calif. Read more

U.S. men’s volleyball loses to Brazil in Peru

The U.S. men’s volleyball team, with three players with Hawaii ties, lost to Brazil 23-25, 21-25, 25-17, 25-19, 15-9 to wrap up preliminary round Pool B play at the Pan American Games on Friday in Lima, Peru. Read more

Father and son team leads Billfish

The 60th Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament began on Monday in Kona with father and son team Laguna Niguel Billfish Club-Firestein in the lead. Read more

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