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John Daly shot his best round in three years, a 6-under-par 64, and said he is playing more conservatively. "I used to try and knock trees down," he said.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

Daly, Faxon, Mize scorch Wai'alae, share Sony lead
John Daly, Brad Faxon and Larry Mize shot 6-under-par 64s to share the Sony Open lead in an opening round that launched low scores from sunup to sundown. Nearly half the field broke par.
Notes: Chocolate calms Daly's nerves
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UH sweeps Laval, plays UCLA for Outrigger title
Hawaii earned a 30-27, 30-22, 30-18 men's volleyball victory over Laval of Quebec and will play UCLA tonight for the title of the Outrigger Hotels Invitational.

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Australian wins Pipeline Pro bodyboarding meet
Australian Andrew Lester won the Mike Stewart International Pipeline Pro, considered the most prestigious in the sport of bodyboarding, in challenging 4- to 8-foot waves.
Errors cost Vulcans in 10-inning loss to Arizona
Errors on the field and in base running cost the UH-Hilo Vulcans in a 3-2 loss to Arizona in 10 innings in a collegiate baseball season opener for both teams last night.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament
Takanohana sole leader after upset loss by Musashimaru
Sekiwake Wakanosato threw down yokozuna Musashimaru for his first loss of the New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament. Takanohana is the sole leader at 13-0 after lifting out ozeki Kaio.
Mililani, Pearl City in OIA softball final
Mililani and Pearl City scored one-run victories yesterday to slip into tomorrow's O'ahu Interscholastic Association softball championship game.
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Small size has not hindered Louisville receiver
Despite being an undersized overachiever in the Land of Giants, 5-foot-8 Arnold Jackson of Louisville has more career catches than anyone in NCAA Division I history.
UH-Hilo inducts four to Vulcans Hall of Honor
Three former all-star athletes and a long-time Honolulu supporter with Big Island ties will be inducted to the University of Hawai'i-Hilo Vulcans Hall of Fame this weekend.
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Daly's back, long and straight
The man atop the Sony Open leaderboard is a different John Patrick Daly. One who has acquired the elusive virtues of patience and maturity, not to mention a better short game.
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