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                                A player drives to the basket.
Kalaheo sends MIL champion packing

Jaron Gilmore scored 23 points, while CJ Bostic posted a triple double as Kalaheo knocked out MIL champion Baldwin 76-55 on Thursday at Hemmeter Fieldhouse. Read more

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                                UH UH Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
UH’s Ostrowski sets 50 free record 3 times

Hawaii men’s swimmer Karol Ostrowski lowered the school’s 50-yard freestyle record three times Thursday at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships in St. George, Utah. Read more

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                                Saint Louis’ Keanu Meacham drove down the court as Nanakuli’s Ezekiel Donnell defended on Thursday.
Saint Louis in semis with rout of Nanakuli

Pupu Sepulona scored 14 points and Shancin Revuelto tallied 13 as top-seeded Saint Louis overwhelmed Nanakuli 60-29 on Thursday night at Hemmeter Fieldhouse. Read more

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                                Hawaii;s Tread Rosenthal, left, Kurt Nusterer and Chaz Galloway put up a block against Missouri S&T’s Ryan Sword.
Hawaii men’s volleyball sweeps Missouri S&T

A SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center crowd of 3,418 watched the Rainbow Warriors (11-1) win their 10th straight match and 61st in a row at home against an unranked opponent. Read more


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