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Hawai'i's Costas Theocharidis floats a ball back to Cal State Northridge last night at the Stan Sheriff Center. The Warriors won 30-25,30-18, 30-19.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

Road woes continue for Rainbows
The Rainbows remained winless away from Hawai'i after a 73-60 loss to Nevada last night before a crowd of 5,674 at the Lawlor Events Center.

UH dominates middle in win over Matadors
Under the Stan Sheriff Center's aluminum dome last night, the University of Hawai'i recycled the untamed power of its middle block into a 30-25, 30-18, 30-19 men's volleyball rout of Cal State Northridge.

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Mililani upsets Punahou in state soccer quarterfinal
Mele French had a goal and an assist as Mililani surprised third-seeded Punahou, 2-1, last night in the quarterfinals of the 20th annual Meadow Gold Girls State Soccer Championships at Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Park.

Sweden's Hjorth has one-shot lead in Takefuji Classic
Sweden's Maria Hjorth held a one-shot advantage after a 5-under-par 67 that matched the tournament record established last year. Nancy Scranton, Emilee Klein and Sophie Gustafson — also from Sweden - are next. A.J. Eathorne, Moira Dunn and Danielle Ammaccapane are tied for fifth at 69.
Park was on the move as a youngster
Grace Park, who missed a chance to be Rookie of the Year last season when she suffered a stress fracture, moved to Hawai'i from Korea when she was 12. She attended Mid-Pacific Institute from 1991-93, then moved to Arizona for high school.
UH recruits come from far and near
Perhaps more impressive than the University of Hawai'i football team's recruiting yield this year was its reach. From sea to shining sea, American Samoa to the East Coast, the Warriors went far and wide in pursuit of football standouts.
Kailua, down 21-2, rallies to win
The Kailua Surfriders, held scoreless in the first quarter and down 21-2 at halftime, put on a furious rally to score a shocking 37-34 victory over 'Aiea in an O'ahu Interscholastic Association Tournament basketball game at Mililani.
Wahine hope to ride momentum gained on the road
The Wahine won at Fresno State on Feb. 2 and Nevada on Feb. 4. A scheduling oddity has Hawai'i playing host to Fresno State tonight and Nevada on Sunday.
Ferd Lewis
Tomey intent on relaxing
For the first time in nearly 40 years of coaching, there were no recruits to woo, no commitments to fret over or last-minute surprises for Dick Tomey to lament yesterday.
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