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Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Tennis Player Swings Back At Arthritis
College student-athletes are supposed to worry about making grades, making the team and performing at the highest level possible. Hailey Daniels, a freshman tennis player...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Keeping It Clean And Pristine
Imagine a child having the time of his life, running wild on a white sandy beach, but then suddenly falling to his knees in excruciating...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Passas All About Positive Reinforcement
Marcus Mariota has heard them. So have Darnell Arceneaux. Timmy Chang and Jason Gesser Every great local quarterback that Saint Louis offensive coordinator Vince Passas...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Time To Celebrate The Hawaiian Canoe
Since 1963, the tiny town of Hilo has hosted the Merrie Monarch Festival, a weeklong celebration that features arts and crafts, a floral parade and...

Yu Shing Ting
On the Move // Getting A Jump On Landing Safely
At a certain age, your body reaches its maximum height, but for tunately, especially for athletes, there are ways to increase your vertical jump. “You...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Hitting: It’s Just A Harrison Thing
When former UH baseball star Kenny Harrison and wife Kaleko flew from the Islands to Arizona to watch their eldest son KJ play his first...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Staying Dry At The Bar On Holidays
Ask any bar manager and they’ll tell you: The last thing they want to see during the Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day weekends...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Recognizing Risks Before It’s Too Late
I’ll be the first to admit that when I was a teenager my friends and I took many unnecessary risks. We jumped off our share...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // No Foolin’: Hawaii Is Making History
With the calendar reading April 1, it’s easy to think about April Fools Day, but it’s not fooling around to say that Hawaii sports made...

Yu Shing Ting
On the Move // A Dedication To Kids And Coaching
Last month, the Hawaii Kai community lost one of its most dedicated volunteers in youth sports. George Nueku, who served as a coach for 35...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Kupuna Share Stories Of Old Kailua
It is the worst-kept secret in all of Hawaii. Sleepy Kailua is no longer a quiet and quaint little town. Thanks to social media and...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Pride In A Strong, Successful PacWest
Where in the world am I in my frequent travels this week? If my GPS is correct, it must be Evansville, Ind., the site of...

Yu Shing Ting
On the Move // Getting HIGHX With Gabrielle Reece
After living on Maui for about 13 years, Gabrielle Reece moved back to Kauai seven years ago with husband Laird Hamilton and discovered the gym...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Cleaning The Ocean’s Dirty Gym Socks
Imagine, if you will, a nasty pair of old gym socks sitting in a pile of clean laundry — certainly not the prettiest of sights,...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Rugby 7s Tourney
With the 2016 Summer Olympics only a little more than a year away, it’s exciting to see a new Olympic sport coming to Hawaii this...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // As Luck Would Have It, He’s Just Good
It’s been said you’ve got to be good to be lucky. Daniel Spracklen is a little bit of both. For the past four years, the...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Gilmores: Like Father, Like Son
Just over a decade ago, I was coaching intermediate girls basketball at St. Anthony’s School in Kailua. Coaching the boys elementary team was former Chaminade...

Yu Shing Ting
On the Move // Knowing Warning Signs For Diabetes
One night last week, my 7-year-old son woke up six times to use the restroom. He went again before we headed out the door, and...

Ron Mizutani
Currents // Honoring Duke And His Descendants
He was the original Ambassador of Aloha and one of Hawaii’s most beloved athletes and heroes. But Duke Paoa Kahanamoku was more than just a...

Bob Hogue
Keeping Score // Believing In The Magical Madness
Let the madness begin — why not, it’s March. For the rest of this month and the first week of April, the attention of all...

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