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Hawai'i's Brenton Davis soared above the UC Santa Barbara block of Jan Carlo Zagarra, left, and Anders Bengtsson for an easy kill.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

Warriors serve notice with sweep of Gauchos
Hawai'i sophomore outside hitter Costas Theocharidis led the charge in a 30-16, 30-17, 30-24 rout of fifth-ranked UC Santa Barbara last night in the Stan Sheriff Center.

Starting today and every Thursday, The Advertiser will feature a golf report, including looks at Hawai‘i courses, holes in one and golf tips. Also featured are snapshots of upcoming professional tour events and tour money leaders.

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St. Louis linebacker picks UH over Wisconsin
St. Louis School linebacker Ikaika Curnan, one of the state's top defensive players, has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Hawai'i football team.
Tennis develops eye-hand coordination, agility
Tennis is No. 9 on our list of the top outdoor activities in Hawai'i. It requires a certain level of skill and conditioning to participate, but the benefits are well worth it.
High school soccer, softball
Mililani, Pearl City in OIA boys soccer final
Mililani demoralized Campbell 3-1 and Pearl City disorganized 'Aiea 2-0 in the semifinals of the O'ahu Interscholastic Association Championships.
High school basketball
Kalaheo goes to 9-0 in OIA East basketball
Skyler Wilson scored 17 points and D.C. Daniels added 15 as Kalaheo defeated Moanalua 79-58 to win the OIA Eastern Division boys basketball title.
Wahine softball team opens season at South Florida tourney
The UH Wahine softball team makes its 2001 season debut on the road at the University of South Florida Louisville Slugger Tournament in Tampa, Fla.
Hawai'i takes on WAC-leading Fresno State
Big, bad Fresno State, which ended the UH men's basketball team's season last year, is bacj in town in what UH coach Riley Wallace calls "our rivalry."
Lineman brought solid play to Giants
When Ron Stone left the world champion Dallas Cowboys for the wayward New York Giants in 1995, critics questioned everything from his professionalism to his sanity.
Pro Bowl Notes
Ravens' Ray Lewis will play this time
Ray Lewis makes it to Hawai'i this year; Seau tees off on practice; Beach Bowling at DeRussy; Marcus Allen, others in Beach Bowl.
Zimmerman opens 5-shot lead in Pro Tour golf
Alan Zimmerman fired a 5-under-par 67 yesterday to open a five-stroke lead after two rounds of Pro Tour Hawai'i's third event at the Big Island Country Club in Kailua-Kona.
Free boating courses offered at Kalaheo High
A series of Coast Guard boating courses will start Monday at Kalaheo High School. Classes will be Mondays and Thursdays through March 22.
Ferd Lewis
Colts line in Hawai'i for a job well done
When Edgerrin James and Peyton Manning gave their linemen and line coach expenses-paid trips to the Pro Bowl, it was an unheard-of generosity even in a league of millionaires.
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