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Baldwin's Alana Souza, right, tries to avoid a collision with Hawai'i Prep's Tiare Easley in a state soccer semifinal game. See story

Jeff Widener • The Honolulu Advertiser

UH pulls away in 2nd half, wins 68-49
Dainora Puida scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, and Crystal Lee added 18 points as Hawaii defeated Fresno State, 68-49.

Mililani defeats Pearl City to advance to state soccer final
Mililani dominated throughout but had to go to a shootout to defeat Pearl City, 2-1, last night to reach the State Soccer championship game. The Trojans will play top seeded, unbeaten, defending champion Baldwin of Maui at 7:30 tonight at Aloha Stadium.

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Louisville shuts down slumping Rainbows
Mike Eilers and Josh Ring combined for the first shutout against Hawaii (3-4) since April 24 in a 4-0 loss at Rice. It happened before a Rainbow Stadium crowd of 1,010.
Kalaheo romps into semifinals of OIA tourney
Ikaika Alama-Francis and D.C. Daniels each scored 16 points, leading the Kalaheo Mustangs to a 69-42 victory over the Radford Rams last night in an O'ahu Interscholastic Association tournament basketball game at Kalaheo’s gym.
Sorenstam opens two-shot lead in Takefuji Classic
With a wave of Annika Sorenstam's unwavering swing and a peek at Karrie Webb's vast potential, LPGA Takefuji Classic II suddenly looks an awful lot like last year’s original.
Police investigating theft of prize money
Maui police have launched a criminal investigation into the theft in the six-figure range from an international golf tournament that featured professional golfers playing on Hawaii courses.
Hayashi picks up where he left off
Defending champion Kevin Hayashi fired a 7-under-par 65 yesterday for a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the 2001 Hawai'i Pearl Open at Pearl Country Club.
Kamehameha baskball coach suspended
Kamehameha Schools head boys basketball coach Micah Kroeger was suspended by the school’s principal Tony Ramos for at least two days this week and assistants took his place at Thursday night’s 74-44 victory over Maryknoll.
Warriors hope to avoid second-match letdown
The University of Hawai'i men’s volleyball team seeks to overcome the odds with another strong performance against Cal State Northridge in tonight's rematch. First serve is at 7:10 in the Stan Sheriff Center.
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Olympians, HPU volleyball team to be honored

Hawai'i's Olympians and the Hawai'i Pacific University women's volleyball team will be honored during opening ceremonies today for the Honolulu celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
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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