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Volleyball, including the beach version, is among Hawai'i residents' top 10 recreational pastimes. See story about a new series.

Bruce Asato • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Akebono adjusts to life out of ring
With the announcement of his retirement Sunday, sumo grand champion Akebono is exchanging the flowing robes he usually wore for suits and ties. Polished sandals for wingtips. A retinue of servants for do-it-yourself grooming.

New Advertiser series
10 reasons for getting active outdoors
For many Island residents, quality of life can be measured in direct proportion to how much time we have to enjoy Hawai'i's unique outdoor life. Today we begin a series on our top 10 recreational pastimes.
No. 10: Volleyball provides vigorous workout

St. Louis tackle Maiava to play for Oregon
Ending weeks of speculation, defensive tackle Lyle Maiava of St. Louis School announced he will attend the University of Oregon on a football scholarship.

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'La'ie Girl' looks and plays nothing like a freshman
University of Hawai'i Wahine basketball player April Atuaia looks nothing like a freshman, plays nothing like a freshman and is never treated like a freshman.
High school softball
Vikings win first softball championship in 23 years
The Hilo Vikings won the Big Island softball championship for the first time since 1978, defeating Waiakea, 6-0, yesterday in the BIIF tournament final.
High school soccer
Kalani, 'Aiea, Kalaheo, Kailua advance
Jillian Okamoto scored 15 minutes into the second half and Kalani made her goal stand up for a 1-0 victory over Waialua yesterday in the opening round of the OIA girls soccer tournament.
UH takes different road for Rice game
In preparation for today's WAC game at Rice, the Rainbow men's basketball team trained at Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles on Tuesday, then arrived in Houston yesterday.
Warriors play in nation's toughest volleyball league
The top eight teams in this week's USA Today/AVCA Coaches poll are from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, including No. 7 Hawai'i.
Spring begins early for Wayne
Punahou graduate Justin Wayne, Hawai'i's highest draft pick ever, begins his quest to reach the major leagues today at the Montreal Expos' spring training site in Jupiter, Fla.
Isle File
Two share lead in Pro Tour Hawai'i golf
Brad Benkey of Ventura, Calif., shot his second consecutive 6-under-par 66 yesterday to move into a tie for first place after two rounds of the second event of the $100,000 Pro Tour Hawai'i series.
Women skippers set sail off Magic Island
With a woman at every helm, 16 sailboats raced off Magic Island Saturday in the Wahine No. 1 Sailboat Race, sponsored by the Hawai'i Yacht Club and Hawai'i Women's Yacht Racing Association.
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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