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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jeff Garcia will be playing his first Pro Bowl today at Aloha Stadium.

Bruce Asato • The Honolulu Advertiser

NFL Pro Bowl 2001
Today’s schedule

8 a.m.-noon: TOPPS NFL Experience at Aloha Stadium

12:30 p.m.: AFC All-Stars vs. NFC All-Stars

TV: Live on KITV, channel 4 (cable 6)

Offenses could burst out at Aloha
Are you ready for some offense? One week after the Super Bowl Only a Defensive Coordinator Could Love, the Pro Bowl returns for its 22nd engagement at Aloha Stadium today.

49ers quarterback continues quiet climb to top in Pro Bowl
Iolani junior Susan Shan won The Advertiser's Sportswriter for a Day contest. As part of her prize, she was allowed to interview NFL stars during the recent Pro Bowl practices, with her work being published in today's Advertiser.

Now every Thursday, The Advertiser will feature a golf report, including looks at Hawai‘i courses, holes in one and golf tips.

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Hawai'i holds off Nevada
Two days after beating the first-place team in the Western Athletic Conference, the Rainbows survived a 76-69 victory over the last-place Nevada Wolf Pack.
Baldwin wins first state softball title
The Baldwin Bears won their first state softball championship with their only hit of the game, defeating Kamehameha 1-0 last night at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.
Warriors battle for recruits
The University of Hawaii football team has verbal commitments from four of the top 12 high school players in the state.
Battle for state's top high school talent intensifies
Last year, the Warriors made a clean sweep in recruiting local talent, signing the top 10 local prospects. This year, they have received verbal commitments from four top-12 players and are a finalist for a fifth, running back Brian Daniels of Mililani High.
Bruins' bats rain on Rainbow pitching, 12-2
The Bruins reached double digits in hits and runs for the second consecutive game in beating Hawaii, 12-2, to take the rubber game of the three-game series at a saturated Rainbow Stadium.
'Iolani beats Maryknoll to clinch tie for ILH title
Tyler McCready scored 22 points as Iolani rallied to defeat Maryknoll, 72-55, to clinch a tie for the Interscholastic League of Honolulu championship last night at 'Iolani.
Pearl City boys, girls win OIA soccer championships
The Pearl City boys and girls soccer teams successfully defended their home field last night to win Oahu Interscholastic Association championships.
Kaiser, Roosevelt swim to titles
Kaiser won the girls' title and Roosevelt the boys' title at the Oahu Interscholastic Association Eastern Division swimming and diving championships at Kalani pool yesterday.
Isle File
Unbeaten UH Wahine defeat Florida Atlantic in nine innings, 3-2

Janelle Gonzales and Felicity Witt combined on a three-hitter and the University of Hawaii Wahine softball team scratched out a run in the top of the ninth inning to defeat Florida Atlantic, 3-2, yesterday in the South Florida Louisville Slugger Tournament at Tampa, Fla.
Ferd Lewis
Football right path for Lynch
For David Lynch, football is more than just his first love in a multi-talented sports career. It is, if you have seen him intimidating wide receivers and running backs, his nature.
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