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Steve Murray
Homegrown // Everett’s Mentoring Gives DeMello A Dream Career
Never has anyone tried so hard to dissuade me from doing a story they were pitching. This happened a week ago, when KHON2 sports director...

Steve Murray
Homegrown // The Red Raider Experience
I wouldn’t call it a quest needing to be filled before some fateful date, but until Oct. 17 I had never been to a Kahuku...

Steve Murray
Homegrown // Ain’t No Hall Without Samoan Sack Man
As the names ran singular across the screen at last week’s Polynesian Football Hall of Fame induction announcement, one couldn’t help but anticipate which name...

Steve Murray
Homegrown // App Bringing Students To The Game
Mid-Pacific Institute may be one of the best-funded schools in the state, but when it comes to student participation in sporting events, the Owls struggle...

Steve Murray
Homegrown // Mililani Judo Club: Home Of Champions
At first glance it doesn’t appear very formidable — a judo class taught to kids, teens and adults in the same space that offers senior...

Steve Murray
Homegrown // Ulu-Perry Has Sights Set On UCLA
Just to remove any confusion, Fred Ulu-Perry, the state’s third highest-rated college football prospect, believes offensive linemen are smarter than their defensive counterparts. The playful...

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Homegrown // Miano Moves Up To The UH TV Booth
No matter the official title, Rich Miano sees himself as a coach, a builder of teams, a consolidator of support. This is as true today...

Steve Murray
Homegrown // Mature And Talented Beyond His Years
In size, accomplishment and maturity, Farrington’s Breiden Fehoko is far more advanced than his calendar age would suggest. For these reasons, the senior defensive tackle...

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Homegrown // Tough Choice For Campbell’s Matautia
Campbell High School senior Solomon Matautia is the state’s eighth-ranked high school football prospect, according to Rivals.com. The 6-foot-1-inch, 215-pound safety is unique among top...

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