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Sam Steamboat Mokuahi, who says paddling “builds character,” helps public high school students build canoes in a shop at Kaiser High School.

Photo by Gary Hofheimer

Posted at 5:30 p.m.,February 15, 2001
Soccer tournament to be held in Hawai'i
More than 250 teams from 13 states will converge in Honolulu in 2003 when the Region IV tournament of United States Youth Soccer is played at the Waipio Soccer Park.

Posted at 6:20 p.m.,February 15, 2001
Mililani advances in boys state soccer
In a continuation of a soccer game suspended Wednesday night because of numerous power outages at Aloha Stadium, Mililani defeated Kealakehe, 4-0, to advance to the quarterfinals of the AT&T Wireless Boys State Soccer Championships.

New era dawns for 'state sport'

Students from 20 high schools will compete in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association outrigger canoe championships at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Ke'ehi Lagoon Beach Park. These are the first official championship races in paddling.

Recreation on the move
The Recreation Page, a constant Thursday feature for the past few years, is moving to Fridays. It will include the same popular and unique outdoor activities, as well as catch of the day and hiking features. Tomorrow, The Advertiser continues its look at the top 10 outdoor activities in Hawai'i.

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Cup Noodles expects blowout
The 15th annual Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open begins this morning in the big breeze of Kapolei Golf Course. The wind was so wicked yesterday even Karrie Webb begged for mercy.
In today's Golf Report: King still driven
UH volleyball men enter Pyramid without best hitter
The University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team headed north — from San Diego to Long Beach for tonight's match and from second place to atop the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation standings.
Basketbows at height of season
The Hawai'i men's basketball team, which is 10-12 overall and 4-7 in the conference after losing two road games last week, will play host to Southern Methodist tonight at 7:05 at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Mililani upsets Leilehua, faces Kalaheo for OIA title
Leilehua's perfect season in O'ahu Interscholastic Association basketball came to an end last night at home against Mililani. Mililani (10-2) defeated Leilehua (10-1), 69-63, in an OIA Tournament semifinal.
Mainland victories will pave way to WAC tourney
Road trips have been transformed into pleasure trips by the University of Hawai'i Wahine this Western Athletic Conference basketball season.
Power outages put state soccer on hold
Intermittent power outages in Aloha Stadium forced the state soccer tournament game between Mililani and Kealakehe to be suspended last night.
Australian pipeline fuels UH softball team
Fueled through its pipeline to Australia, the Hawai'i Wahine softball are off to a 6-2 start. And the best is yet to come.
Kamehameha coach Kroeger reinstated
Kamehameha coach Micah Kroeger, suspended last week after complaints from players and some of their parents, has been reinstated by the school administration and will coach the Warriors today.
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Kamehameha cheer team 4th in nation

The Kamehameha Schools Varsity Cheer team finished fourth at the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Fla., last weekend.
Ferd Lewis
Are they talking RPI or RIP?
Expecting the weak WAC to earn more than two NCAA Tournament berths this year is shooting an airball at reality.

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