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Center-halfback Nicole Garbin, who earned Player of the Year honors after Baldwin won the state high school soccer title last year, says she and her teammates want to recapture “that feeling again.”

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

UH, BYU renew football rivalry
The University of Hawai'i football team will revive one of its oldest — and most heated — rivalries when it plays host to Brigham Young University Dec. 1 at Aloha Stadium, school officials announced yesterday.

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A feeling that Bears repeating
Nicole Garbin and six other starters return this week as the nucleus of the No. 1 seeded-team in the 20th annual Meadow Gold Girls State Soccer Championships. "We feel we are going to find a way to win it again," Garbin said.
There's no questioning Garbin's eligibility
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High school standings
'Iolani, Punahou soccer boys play to 0-0 final
'Iolani and Punahou boys soccer teams played to a scoreless tie yesterday for the second time this season in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu battle for first place at Punahou.
Kalaheo, Leilehua top seeds in OIA boys basketball
Kalaheo and Leilehua, teams that scored more than 70 points per game in winning their divisional championships, are the No. 1 seeds in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association boys basketball derby, which begins Thursday.
Hawai'i soccer star Ching chosen by Galaxy
Yesterday, Brian Ching became the first Hawai'i-bred player drafted by a major professional outdoor soccer team in more than 20 years. He was chosen by the Los Angeles Galaxy in the second round.
Four standouts verbally commit to Warriors
In a late rush of quantity and quality, the University of Hawai'i football team yesterday secured commitments from four standouts, including a junior college All-America defensive lineman.
Wahine senior Lee selected Player of the Week in WAC
Hawai'i senior Crystal Lee, who helped the Wahine to two road victories last week, has been named Western Athletic Conference women's basketball Player of the Week.
XFL early TV ratings winner
Sunday's NFL Pro Bowl had a 5.8 overnight rating, which is 33 percent below last year.
Ferd Lewis
One battle that stands test of time
It is great that Brigham Young is back on the University of Hawai'i's football schedule this season but the coming of The Rivalry II could require some getting used to.
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