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Kalaheo's D.C. Daniels is about to get a hand on a shot by Kaimuki's Daniel Swearingen during the first half of last nights game.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

Kalaheo tops Kaimuki in OIA opener
Skylar Wilson scored nine of his 20 points in the final 3:22 as Kalaheo held off Kaimuki, 58-50, in an Oahu Interscholastic Association game at Kalaheo.

McKinley stops Kalani, 56-54
Edsley Hicks scored 14 points, including McKinley’s final four, as the Tigers held off Kalani 56-54 in an Oahu Interscholastic Association Eastern Division boys basketball opener at Kalani.

Miami makes case for national title
Playing for a possible share of the national title, the No. 2 Hurricanes defeated No. 7 Florida, 37-20, last night, with Ken Dorsey passing for 270 yards and fullback Najeh Davenport scoring two touchdowns.

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Seminoles, Sooners go for No. 1
Moments after losing the Heisman Trophy, Josh Heupel shrugged and delivered a simple message to Oklahoma fans: Smile and get ready for an Orange Bowl victory.
Purdue's Brees featured at Hula Bowl
Purdue quarterback Drew Brees heads a list of players who have signed to play in the 55th annual Hula Bowl Maui All-Star Classic. The game is at 3 p.m. Jan. 20 at War Memorial Stadium in Wailuku.
Baseball Rainbows begin to take shape
With 22 days remaining until the season opener, the University of Hawaii baseball team is still taking shape as it prepares for the final season under Les Murakami’s regime.
Small College Notebook
Ex-Damien star living a basketball dream with HPU
For Kawika Smith, success on the court is only half the challenge. Smith maintains an ironman schedule that includes five practices a week, a full academic load and long commutes between his Ewa home and HPU’s downtown campus.
Deron Snyder
XFL has appeal, like National Enquirer
Vince McMahon's new pro football league will probably be a huge success, especially among the sought-after young male audience (ages 12-24) that it targets.
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