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Keeping Score // Ah Hoy Carries On Navalta Tradition
When you walk into Cannon Activities Center on the campus of BYU-Hawaii, you don’t have to guess about its great tradition in women’s volleyball. All...

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Keeping Score // Victorino, Mariota: Flyin’ Hawaiians
Is it an overused cliché? Or a fun nickname? The Flyin’ Hawaiian (yes, it does rhyme, kind of) has been utilized by sportswriters and publicity...

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Keeping Score // Prep Sports Website Makes A Hit
It is the hot topic of the fall high school sports season and, no, it isn’t a pass-happy quarterback, a high-flying outside hitter or a...

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Keeping Score // Coach Dave Shoji – Baseball Fan
Before he was the winningest coach in University of Hawaii history and long before he set the record to become the winningest head coach in...

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Keeping Score // The Inspirational McGivern Family
The M&M Boys had quite a summer. Kailua’s Micah and Matt McGivern wrapped up their summer competition on the water with a number of titles....

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Keeping Score // Annual UH Football Predictions
And so it begins. Thursday Night Football kicks off the 2013 Hawaii gridiron season this week. A national television audience will tune in Aug. 29...

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Keeping Score // Terao Follows In Travis Lee’s Legacy
It’s a long way from Honolulu to Fargo, N.D. – more than 3,800 miles, in fact – but it didn’t stop 31 of Hawaii’s top...

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Keeping Score // The Fastest Round Of Golf Ever
For those of you who enjoy a game of golf, but sometimes get frustrated when foursomes stack up during rounds at the Ala Wai, Olomana,...

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Keeping Score // Tracking Down Cartwright’s Plaque
About an hour north of New York City along the Hudson River, and three hours southeast of Baseball’s Hall of Fame site in Cooperstown, along...

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Keeping Score // ‘Grandpa’ Never Sounded So Good
While the world got excited about the new royal baby last week, we had similar excitement in our family – I became a grandfather for...

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Keeping Score // A Summer Of Baseball Memories
Dateline: Grand Canyon. I always wanted to write something like that. I’ll admit that the location has very little to do with my story, but...

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Keeping Score // Young Scientist’s Baseball Project
I received some wonderful comments about my recent column about visiting Boston’s historic Fenway Park for the first time. One of my favorite responses came...

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Keeping Score // High Hopes At Manning Academy
You might not think that Thibodaux, La., is the place to be in the hot and humid summer of the Deep South. But this week,...

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Keeping Score // No Snail’s Pace For These Masters
Vince Costello is into snails – rare snails. As part of his environmental work with the University of Hawaii Research Corporation, he regularly hikes and...

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Keeping Score // Hawaii’s Best Female Athlete?
Liliha’s amazing two-sport superstar keeps on getting better. I’ve written about Teshya Alo before, and it continues to amaze me just how good she is...

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Keeping Score // Dreams Come True At Fenway Park
I knew it was going to be a special trip even before I sat down on the flight to Boston and found myself seated next...

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Keeping Score // A New Surface At Alexander Field
Because my mother was a 1949 Punahou graduate and my daughters graduated from the school in 2003 and 2008, I receive a copy of the...

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Keeping Score // A PacWest Season To Remember
We wrapped up our PacWest conference meetings on the final day of May. I hope you don’t mind me doing a little bragging, because we...

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Keeping Score // A ‘Mainland-style’ Hoops Clinic
Byron Mello remembers the first time he attended what he considered to be a big-time Mainland-style basketball camp: “It was the Snow Valley Basketball School...

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Keeping Score // Ex-Bow Leads Youth Hoops
Geremy Robinson remembers having a roller-coaster basketball career with the University of Hawaii. In his two years with the ‘Bows, from 1998 to 2000, he...

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