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Hawai‘i’s Mindaugas Burneika soared past two Fresno State defenders for a layup during the first half of last night’s Western Athletic Conference game at the Stan Sheriff Center. Burneika led the Rainbows with 27 points.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

Rainbows stun 'Dogs
In a stunning victory, the Hawai'i men’s basketball team caged the Fresno State Bulldogs, 91-73, last night at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Warriors get prep QB from Oregon
Jeff Rhode of Churchill High, a promising high school quarterback from Eugene, Ore., has accepted an offer to play football and baseball at the University of Hawai'i.

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KC's Gonzalez has high hopes with new coaches
Tony Gonzalez, in Hawai'i for his second consecutive Pro Bowl, was the league's most prolific tight end this season, leading the position in yards (1,203) and touchdowns (9). His 93 catches stands as the NFL's third highest single-season total for a tight end.
Rainbows' late rally overtakes UCLA, 9-8
Hawai'i rallied for four runs in the bottom of the eighth to beat UCLA, 9-8, last night in a college baseball game at Rainbow Stadium.
Baldwin shuts out Pearl City in softball quarterfinal
Right-hander Shannon Tabion pitched a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts as No. 3 Baldwin defeated Pearl City, 2-0, yesterday in a quarterfinal game of the Chevron State High School Softball Championship at Rainbow Wahine Stadium.
Road trips operate like clockwork
UH Wahine basketball coach Vince Goo structures every hour of every Western Athletic Conference road trip. including free time. There were openings for shopping and eating yesterday, but there were also two film sessions and study hall prior to practice.
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Zimmerman leads by one in Pro Tour Hawai'i golf
Two bad tee shots resulted in two bogeys, but Alan Zimmerman countered with two birdies en route to an even-par 72 yesterday to maintain a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of Pro Tour Hawai'i's third $100,000 tournament
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UH peeks down the QB Rhode
Two by two the football recruits have been coming aboard for the University of Hawaii football team, almost like Noah's Ark. At least one of most everything, it seemed, but a quarterback.
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