Recreation Surfing by moonlight
Whether by choice or necessity, a sizeable number of people are surfing at night. Challenges include seeing the waves and other surfers, but there's a special feeling riding the waves in the dark, under the stars.
Freshman Martin gives Rainbows boost inside
In the absence of several low-post players, Phil Martin has blossomed earlier than expected in the Rainbows' game plan. The 6-foot-7 freshman is now the team's starting center.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament Musashimaru, Takanohana remain tied for lead
Yokozuna Musashimaru and Takanohana won their matches to remain undefeated and tied for the lead after five days. Musashimaru beat Tamakasuga, while Takanohana pushed out Tochiazuma.
Leilehua basketball team remains unbeaten
Ricardo Bachelor scored 19 points, Eric Marshall added 16 and Joshua Jumawan 15 as Leilehua defeated Campbell, 67-62, in an O'ahu Interscholastic Association game last night.
Tie-breakers settle OIA softball playoff berths
Roosevelt knocked Castle out of a tie for the OIA Eastern Division softball championship yesterday and the league had to go deep into its tie-breaking procedures to decide which teams are going into playoffs.
Chow's climb to the top no surprise
When Southern California wooed Norm Chow to become its offensive coordinator this week, it was yet another yardstick of how far the former Punahou School lineman has come.