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'Aiea’s Joelle Sugai goes over the back of Mililani's Brandi Matsumoto during an OIA semifinal game at Mililani. Sugai scored twice in 'Aiea’s 2-0 victory. See story.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

It's Pearl City vs. 'Aiea in girls soccer championship
Chante Figueroa scored in double overtime as Pearl City defeated Kahuku, 3-2, in the semifinals of the OIA soccer tournament. In the other match, Joelle Sugai scored twice as 'Aiea defeated Mililani, 2-0.

Wahine set sights on two possible volleyball transfers
A middle blocker from Pepperdine and a defensive specialist from Cal State-Northridge have received permission to talk with the University of Hawai'i Wahine about transferring.

Eagles' McNabb earned his trip to Pro Bowl
Donovan McNabb is right where he belongs — in the Pro Bowl. Inexplicably, he needed the medical defection of Kurt Warner to get his invitation. But McNabb is just happy to be here.

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Leilehua clinches tie for OIA West basketball title
Garland Gantt scored 24 points as unbeaten Leilehua trounced visiting Nanakuli, 83-44, last night to clinch a tie for the OIA Western Division boys’ basketball title.
High School Roundup
Moloka'i has new athletic director
The Ginoza name is back in high school athletics administration in Hawai'i. Kurt Ginoza, 30, has taken over as athletic director at Moloka'i High School.
New wall puts 'Bows in ballpark
The closer outfield wall at Rainbow Stadium seems to have brought a sense of normalcy for those who play there. The wall is 15 feet closer to the plate and two feet shorter.
Isle File
Kamehameha grad Ching earns soccer honor
Gonzaga University senior Brian Ching, a 1996 Kamehameha Schools graduate, has been named to the All-Far West Region soccer first team.
Podlewski's play symbolizes UH's stingy defense
As Vernon Podlewski goes, so goes the UH men's volleyball team. Podlewski, who plays the defensive-specialist position known as libero, has become the Warriors' mettle of honor.
Ferd Lewis
Tarkanian finds peace in winning
After five seasons at Fresno State that have both tested his patience and a grand jury's budget, you could even say 70-year-old Tark the Shark has been rejuvenated.
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