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Hilo's Jeremy Van Kralingen is about to kick it up a notch during the Boys State Soccer Championships at Aloha Stadium. Pursuing the action is Pearl City's Randall Shinn. Hilo won, 1-0, to advance to its first final.

Jeff Widener • The Honolulu Advertiser

Hilo stuns Pearl City to gain state soccer final
Hilo High took advantage of a turf bounce and a smothering defense to upset top-seeded Pearl City, 1-0, and reach the championship game of the Boys State Soccer Tournament for the first time.

Lee, Puida lead Hawai'i over SMU, 62-48
The University of Hawai'i women's basketball team continued its success on the road last night with a 62-48 victory over Southern Methodist at Dallas.

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Catriona Matthew maintains LPGA lead
Catriona Matthew shot a 5-under-par 67 in brutal blasts Thursday and followed it with a 71 yesterday to take a two-shot lead in the Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open.
Rainbows rally in 9th to defeat Nevada, 10-9
Hawai'i, which nearly killed itself with errors, scored the winning run on an error in the bottom of the ninth to rally past Nevada, 10-9, last night in a WAC baseball game.
Hawai'i faces struggling Owls tonight
One day after relying on fancy footwork in an upset of Southern Methodist, the Hawai'i men's basketball team was rewarded with new shoes: white Nikes with green trim.
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UH-Hilo gets by HPU, 83-79; BYUH tops Chaminade in OT
Forward Alan Thomas scored a game-high 28 points and center B.J. Rogers added 16 to lead the University of Hawai'i-Hilo over Hawai'i Pacific, 83-79, last night at Blaisdell Arena.
St. Louis claims ILH's third state basketball berth
Jason Rivers scored 13 points, Jose Vidad added 11 and J.P. Kanoa 10 as St. Louis defeated Kamehameha, 55-36, to earn the ILH's third and final berth in the state basketball tournament.
Ferd Lewis
Webb will win again, bank on it
There is both a blessing and the curse in being the best women's golfer on the planet. You are so good and have won so many tournaments these past two years (13) that when you win, it is expected.
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