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Hawai'i's Brenton Davis (10) gets above UCLA's Adam Naeve for a spike attempt in game 1. The Bruins outlasted the Warriors for a five-game victory. See story.

Eugene Tanner • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Faxon grabs five-stroke Sony Open lead
Brad Faxon leads the Sony Open in Hawai'i after opening with successive rounds of 6-under-par 64, and has more eagles (four) than any PGA Tour golfer on the planet this year.
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Warriors fall to Bruins in 5
The UCLA men's volleyball team outlasted Hawai'i, 31-29, 20-30, 30-27, 42-44, 15-9 to win the Outrigger Hotels Invitational last night in the Stan Sheriff Center.
Kamehameha beats Punahou, 61-43
Nainoa Spencer scored 21 points and Kolo Kapanui added 15 as Kamehameha defeated Punahou, 61-43, in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu game last night at Kamehameha.
Hula Bowl a celebration of college football's best
The Hula Bowl has remained true to its original intent: To raise money for charities and, most of all, to entertain.
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament
Takanohana to wrestle Musashimaru for title
Unbeaten yokozuna Takanohana will face 13-1 Musashimaru to decide the championship of the New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament in Tokyo.
Gibson takes MasterCard Seniors lead with record-tying 64
Fred Gibson matched the course record with an 8-under-par 64 yesterday to take the first-round lead in the MasterCard Seniors Championship at Ka'upulehu-Kona on the Big Island.
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Sonoma State takes two from HPU
Brad Chambers and Tony Graf allowed just five hits and Fehlandt Lentini went 2-for-4 with a run batted in as Sonoma State beat Hawai'i Pacific, 7-1, to complete a doubleheader sweep.
Hayashi wins opener of Pro Tour Hawai'i
Hilo Municipal golf professional Kevin Hayashi battled gusts of 25 mph and held off California State Open champion Richard Barcelo to capture the first event of the $100,000 Pro Tour Hawai'i.
Rainbows will try to crack San Jose State defense
Hawai'i men's basketball coach Riley Wallace is expecting a close shave tonight when the Rainbows play host to San Jose State. The Spartans lead the WAC in defense, allowing 60.9 points per game.
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Eagles help Faxon leave past behind
This has become a year of heightened expectation for Brad Faxon, a reach-for-the-stars effort that could make his 19th year on the PGA Tour a campaign of breakthrough proportions.
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