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                                UCLA linebacker Darius Muasau, a former Mililani High and University of Hawaii star, came up big at the end of the Bruins’ 25-17 victory over then-No. 13 Washington State last Saturday in Pasadena, Calif. Muasau sacked Cougars quarterback Cameron Ward for a 9-yard loss on WSU’s final possession.
Hawaii Grown notebook: Football, soccer, volleyball

Darius Muasau (Mililani), UCLA: Had only two tackles in the win over Washington State, but it was a big one, a sack of Cameron Ward for 9 yards the last time the Cougars had the ball. He had a person foul and a delay of game penalty in the first half. He has six tackles for loss this season, doubling his output from last year. Read more

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                                Maui alumna Reese Guzman placed sixth in the NCAA San Antonio Regional to help Pepperdine qualify for the NCAA Championship.
Hawaii Grown notebook: Baseball, golf, softball

Ryson Ujimori, Aiea ’22: The UC San Diego freshman second baseman hit the first two home runs of his career and scored three times in an 11-2 win over Cal State Fullerton on Saturday. Read more

                                Nu‘u Contrades, center, verbally committed to Cal State Northridge in early 2021 before changing course and deciding on Arizona State over Stanford.
Saint Louis alum Nu‘u Contrades gains confidence, trust at ASU

The top two baseball teams in the Pac-12 that played over the weekend at Phoenix Municipal Stadium — Stanford and Arizona State — are two programs that were just as close competitors in the recruitment of Saint Louis graduate Nu‘u Contrades. Read more

                                Sacramento State freshman Wehiwa Aloy ranks in the top five in the Western Athletic Conference in hits, runs, home runs, triples and slugging percentage.
Hawaii Grown notebook: Baseball, golf, softball, water polo

Trayden Tamiya, Waiakea ’18: The Air Force senior second baseman went 4-for-4 with two doubles, two runs and two RBIs in a 9-6 win over New Mexico in the series opener on Friday and finished the three games against the Lobos by going 6-for-11 with a homer, two doubles, a walk, four RBIs and three runs scored to help Air Force win two of three. Read more

                                Ole Miss sophomore and Kamehameha alum Keila Kamoku flashed a shaka as she headed home after hitting a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning against Missouri on Monday.
Hawaii Grown notebook: Baseball, softball and more

Caleb Lomavita, Saint Louis ’21: The Cal sophomore missed the first two games of the series against Utah and started at designated hitter in Sunday’s finale and went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three runs scored to help the Golden Bears earn a 2-1 series win with an 11-8 victory. Read more

                                Malia McNicoll sets school home run record.
Hawaii Grown notebook: Baseball, golf, softball, tennis

The Tennessee junior shortstop missed the final two games of the series against No. 3 Florida with what Tennessee coach Tony Vitello said was an injury to the back side of his body, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel. Read more

                                Saint Louis alum Nu‘u Contrades went 7-for-14 with two homers in a three-game sweep of Arizona.
Arizona State’s Contrades earns Pac-12 honor

With at least six true freshmen from Hawaii already making an impact at the Division I level, reigning Star-Advertiser All-State Offensive Player of the Year Nu‘u Contrades is separating himself from the rest. Read more

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