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Hawai‘i’s Matthew Purtell lines a two-run single with the bases-loaded in the sixth inning. See story

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Rainbows win baseball opener in 11th
Cortland Wilson’s two-out single to left-center scored Tim Montgomery in the bottom of the 11th inning as Hawaii beat Sacramento State, 8-7, in a collegiate baseball season opener for both last night.

Rice's early blitz too much for UH
The Hawai'i men's basketball team came up short in a 70-64 loss to Rice last night. The Rainbows fell to 8-9 overall and 2-4 in the Western Athletic Conference

Flu bug is no match for Hawai'i in sweep
The University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team battled the flu and Pacific last night, prevailing in a 30-21, 30-22, 30-27 sweep.

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St. Louis star commits to Washington
Joseph Lobendahn, a St. Louis School senior, accepted a full football scholarship from the University of Washington. He will sign Feb. 7, the first day of the NCAA signing period.
Kamehameha, Punahou play to tie
Kristalynn Ontai drove a penalty kick off a diving goalkeeper’s fingers into the right corner in the 68th minute to give Kamehameha a 1-1 tie with Punahou yesterday, and make the Interscholastic League of Honolulu girls soccer race even tighter.
UH Wahine hoping to rebound against TCU and Rice
Hawai'i (12-4, 3-2 WAC) plays Tulsa (4-11, 1-3) tonight and Rice (10-7, 2-3) Sunday at the Stan Sheriff Center. Both games begin at 7 p.m.
Kahuku girls continue historic run
Kahuku's trailblazing girls soccer season continued last night as the Red Raiders defeated Kalaheo 1-0 on tie-breaker penalty kicks after two overtimes in the quarterfinals of the OIA Championship tournament.
Leilehua whips Waipahu to remain unbeaten, 79-51
Clifton Feliciano scored 12 points, and Joshua Jumawan and Eric Marshall each added 11 as the Leilehua Mules defeated the Waipahu Marauders, 79-51, last night at Leilehua to remain unbeaten in the OIA Western Division.
Golf's all-time greatest go searching for gold at Wailea
This weekend’s Senior Skins Game tees off tomorrow morning at Wailea’s Gold Course. Of the fearsome foursome — defending champion Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Hale Irwin - only Irwin has seen the course before this week.
Super Bowl holiday on Guam
How popular is the Super Bowl? It’s popular enough on the Western Pacific island of Guam for school officials to declare a holiday.
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Americans dominate tennis Challenger
Eight Americans advanced from yesterday’s second round of the $50,000 Hilton Waikoloa Village U.S. Tennis Association Challenger on the Big Island.
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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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