HILO — Waiakea junior Cody Kojima is enjoying his chance to shine in the absence of injured point guard Bryson Ita, and putting in productive minutes at the same time.
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DENVER — Peyton Manning wanted more rest. He got plenty Thursday night thanks to Philip Rivers and a San Diego defense that slowed down Manning and handed the Broncos an unexpected and harmful loss.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston picked up one major award that could be the precursor to claiming college football’s biggest prize — the Heisman Trophy.
RENTON, Wash. — On his way to work at 6:30 a.m. Thursday morning, Russell Wilson’s phone started ringing. He looked at the number and saw the area code was from Arlington, Texas.
The number “26” was a familiar theme celebrated by many area athletes recently.
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HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii men’s basketball team is preparing to make its customary appearance on a neighbor island, and it might not be such a layup.
BOSTON — Jamal Crawford hit a pair of 3-pointers 23 seconds apart to help the Clippers pull away in the last 3 minutes and former Celtics coach Doc Rivers won his first game back in Boston when Los Angeles beat the Celtics 96-88 Wednesday night.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Talk about change in baseball.
WASHINGTON — The three of them entered, one after another, trying to explain a Washington Redskins season — and what’s ahead — in their own very different way. Three faces of a wounded organization and three very different perspectives — each trying to explain and influence their version of an undefined future.
The Waiakea girls didn’t need to play pass-and-possess soccer, not when Sabrina Scott provided long-distance goals with her strong right leg.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers took some first-team snaps in practice Wednesday, though the Packers’ franchise quarterback still hasn’t been cleared to play in a game.
BOISE, Idaho — Boise State has hired former player and offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin to be the Broncos next head coach.
NEW YORK — The five power conferences of college sports want more flexibility in providing financial support to athletes.