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Scott Simpson's winning chip shot landed 12 feet, 7 inches past the pin at 18.

Jeff Widener • The Honolulu Advertiser

Simpson out-duels Furyk to win Bellinger Shoot-Out
Yesterday's Johnny Bellinger Shoot-Out came down to Scott Simpson and Jim Furyk, both bouncing back from career-threatening injuries. In the end Simpson claimed his second Shoot-Out victory in four years.
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Pearl City boys improve basketball record to 5-0
Terry Ayers scored 12 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as Pearl City edged visiting Campbell, 72-70, in an OIA Western Division boys basketball game.
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Wahine basketball team beats Tulsa for third straight win
The road got a little rocky yesterday for the University of Hawai'i, but the Wahine were able to ride out the rough spots for a 54-45 basketball victory over host Tulsa.
Warriors land California JC running back
Fulfilling the wishes of his late grandfather and his own childhood dream, running back Josh Galeai of Palomar College in California will accept a football scholarship from the University of Hawai'i.
Pro prospects try to measure up to NFL standards
On the field, football is said to be a game of inches. In football scouting, such as this week's sideshow leading to Saturday's Hula Bowl at War Memorial Stadium, it is a game of fractions.
A piece of Kahuku will be on field at Maui's War Memorial
Utah linebacker Kautai Olevao, a former Kahuku High standout, showed his loyalties on his college helmet during Monday's Hula Bowl practice at Keopuolani Park.
Outrigger Invitational is Warriors' first big test
While the University of Hawai'i's two-match sweep of Lewis opened the season last week, the real evaluation begins with the three-night Outrigger Hotels Invitational.
Questions remain about HPU pitching
Hawai'i Pacific opens its NCAA Division II baseball season tomorrow with a doubleheader against Sonoma State. The first of two seven-inning games is at 4 p.m. at reconfigured Hans L'Orange Park in Waipahu.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru, Takanohana improve to 11-0
Yokozuna Musashimaru made quick work of Kotomitsuki to stay undefeated at 11-0. Yokozuna Takanohana also went to 11-0 with a win over Musoyama. Ozeki Kaio stayed in contention at 9-2.
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Top bodyboarders advance at Pipeline
Four of the five contenders for bodyboarding's world championship advanced to the quarterfinals of the Mike Stewart International Pipeline Pro yesterday at the Banzai Pipeline.
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Something is out of WAC here
Just when the pass-happy Western Athletic Conference finally lands two of its alumni, Jim Fassel (Giants) and Brian Billick (Ravens), in the Super Bowl spotlight as head coaches, they get there by winning with ... defense?
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