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Tiger Woods was seen with a new 'do at last week's Orange Bowl game between Oklahoma and Florida State. Woods is on Maui this week to defend his Mercedes Championship title. See story.

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Tiger and Tour tee off new year at Mercedes Championships
Tiger Woods and 33 of his closest golfing buddies will descend on Maui this week for the third Mercedes Championships at Kapalua's Plantation course. It is the PGA Tour's 49th annual tournament of champions.

Volleyball vagabond settles down
Six years after graduating from Maui High, Vernon Podlewski is the starting libero for the University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team. His goal was to play for UH, but not immediately. There were things to do, places to see, people to meet.

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McNair may replace Griese in Pro Bowl
Tennessee's Steve McNair is likely to replace Denver quarterback Brian Griese in the Feb. 4 Pro Bowl in Honolulu. Griese missed six of the Broncos' final seven games with a separated right shoulder.
High School Report
OIA softball final to be televised
The O'ahu Interscholastic Association softball tournament is going high profile. The league's championship game on Jan. 20 will be televised for the first time this season.
Basketball, soccer, softball standings
A's get Damon in nine-player trade
Juan Gonzalez seemed set to sign with Cleveland, while Johnny Damon, Ben Grieve and Roberto Hernandez were dealt yesterday in the biggest trade of the offseason.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament
Four of five ozeki lose on Day 3
It was a tough day to be an ozeki as four of five champions lost their bouts. Meanwhile, yokozuna Musashimaru and Takanohana won to share the lead at 3-0 with three other sumotori.
Isle File
HPU, Chaminade basketball players honored
Hawai'i Pacific forward Nash Subotic and Chaminade guard CJ Cowgill shared the Pacific West Conference basketball Player of the Week honors announced yesterday.
Ferd Lewis
In Boston, Pitino dropped the ball
Rick Pitino, the president of the Celtics, let down Rick Pitino, coach of the Celtics. And together they let down a once-proud franchise that now plumbs the depths of what would be a record eighth consecutive losing season.
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