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Tulsa’s Marcus Hill and Hawai‘i’s Predrag Savovic battle for a rebound in last night’s game. UH won, 68-65.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

Furyk takes Mercedes golf tournament

Jim Furyk came from behind to capture the $3.5 million Mercedes Championships at Kapalua, Maui, this afternoon. He edged out Rory Sabbatini for the win. Tiger Woods earlier fell out of contention. More details to come.
Hawai'i wins first WAC game, 68-65
The Hawai'i men's basketball celebrated the unexpected return of senior center Troy Ostler with an unexpected 68-65 victory over Tulsa last night at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Sabbatini takes lead in Mercedes with 65
In a wet, wild and weirdly windless third round of the Mercedes Championships, Rory Sabbatini — who is even younger than Tiger Woods — shot an 8-under-par 65 to vault over a bunch of older guys.

Advertiser Special: The Sony Open
See a special section on the Sony Open in Hawai'i 2001, complete with hole-by-hole descriptions, information on parking and bus service, as well as stories on defending champion Paul Azinger and the comeback of Scott Simpson.

Hawai'i Sports Calendar
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UH gets All-State lineman from Kailua
Lokahi Travis, a highly recruited offensive lineman from Kailua High, has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Hawai'i football team.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru, Takanohana remain undefeated
Yokozuna Musashimaru (Wai'anae's Fiamalu Penitani) and fellow yokozuna Takanohana won to remain undefeated and tied for the lead. Musashimaru drove out Akinoshima, while Takanohana forced out Wakanosato.
College basketball
Wahine open first WAC road trip of season at El Paso today
More than half the Wahine basketball players are underclassmen and nearly half the team is new this year. Yet UH coach Vince Goo insists he's not worried as his 10-3 team embarks on its first road trip of a two-month-old season.
High school basketball
'Iolani stays unbeaten in ILH with 47-28 win
'Iolani held St. Louis to one field goal in the last 15 minutes and the Raiders put on a bull's-eye shooting exhibition of their own to beat the Crusaders, 47-28 Friday night.
High school soccer
'Iolani, Punahou finish scoreless
There are some things in life you can count on. One of them is an end-line to end-line, whistle to whistle battle whenever the Punahou and 'Iolani boys' soccer teams play each other.
High school softball
Sacred Hearts surprises 'Iolani, 6-2
Sacred Hearts shocked two-time defending state champion 'Iolani, 6-2, yesterday, and Kamehameha battled into sole possession of first place in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu.
Isle File
BYUH wins second straight on road
Kerry Hendrickson scored 16 points, Brian Skinner added 14 and Lamont Young 11 to lead the Brigham Young-Hawai'i Seasiders to a 68-44 Pacific West Conference basketball victory over Western New Mexico yesterday.
Ferd Lewis
Open and shut case for Ishii
You can see David Ishii in ads for the Johnny Bellinger Shoot-Out that is part of the Sony Open in Hawai'i. But whether you'll be able to actually see him play in either of those events this week is up in the air.
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