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  • Waianae Tigers football team returns home with a national title

    Waianae Tigers football team returns home with a national title

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 12:27 AM EST2017-12-12 05:27:19 GMT

    A Waianae football team has taken it all in the national Pop Warner Super Bowl in Florida. 

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    A Waianae football team has taken it all in the national Pop Warner Super Bowl in Florida. 

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  • For some, potholes turned Honolulu Marathon into obstacle course

    For some, potholes turned Honolulu Marathon into obstacle course

    Monday, December 11 2017 10:09 PM EST2017-12-12 03:09:49 GMT

    For the thousands of people who ran in Sunday's Honolulu Marathon, completing the 26.2-mile down-and-back course across East Oahu is challenging enough without having to deal with several dangerous and unecessary obstacles.

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    For the thousands of people who ran in Sunday's Honolulu Marathon, completing the 26.2-mile down-and-back course across East Oahu is challenging enough without having to deal with several dangerous and unecessary obstacles.

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  • Trail by fire: Brocke Stepteau leans on experience to elevate his game for the Rainbow Warriors

    Trail by fire: Brocke Stepteau leans on experience to elevate his game for the Rainbow Warriors

    Trail by fire: Brocke Stepteau leans on experience to elevate his game for the Rainbow Warriors

    Monday, December 11 2017 8:12 PM EST2017-12-12 01:12:32 GMT
    (Image: Hawaii Athletics)(Image: Hawaii Athletics)

    To say that Rainbow Warriors point guard Brocke Stepteau has seen it all during his career at Manoa would be an understatement. The 5-foot-9 redshirt junior began his collegiate career on the bench behind the likes of Roderick Bobbitt and Quincy Smith. For a couple of years, Stepteau was known primarily for his role in the team’s “Hawaii 5-0” celebrations from the bench. But as a redshirt sophomore everything changed. 

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    To say that Rainbow Warriors point guard Brocke Stepteau has seen it all during his career at Manoa would be an understatement. The 5-foot-9 redshirt junior began his collegiate career on the bench behind the likes of Roderick Bobbitt and Quincy Smith. For a couple of years, Stepteau was known primarily for his role in the team’s “Hawaii 5-0” celebrations from the bench. But as a redshirt sophomore everything changed. 

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