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Leilehua's Ricardo Bachelor drives past Pearl City's Marcus Felder (12) for two of his 11 points. The Mules won, 74-70. See story.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Leilehua edges Pearl City, 74-70
Leilehua took a 26-2 lead, then held off a late rally by Pearl City to win, 74-70, in an O'ahu Interscholastic Association boys basketball game.
High school paddling, wrestling standings
California prep linebacker commits to UH
Leo Reed Jr., the son of a noted Los Angeles-based Teamsters leader has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Hawai'i football team.
Utes get Kahuku lineman
Basketball 'Bows enjoying playing nickname game
Nicknames, like nail-biting victories and untimely injuries, are in with the University of Hawai'i men’s basketball team this season. Every player has one, and every player needs one.
Isle File
UH's Theocharidis earns national volleyball honor
The American Volleyball Coaches Association/Sports Imports yesterday picked Costas Theocharidis, a University of Hawai'i outside hitter, as the Division I Player of the Week.
Ferd Lewis
As usual, only thing missing was Tiger
When the PGA Tour announced plans to start its season with back-to-back events in Hawai'i, the expectation was we’d be seeing more of Tiger Woods. But in the first three years of the Sony Open in Hawai'i, sport's foremost drawing card is 0-for-the Open.
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