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Derek Clarkston, editor, Sophie Schmidt, assoc. editor

   

Basketball takes the road

After a tough 76-72 loss to Chaminade in a PacWest conference game Feb. 5, the HPU basketball team headed for the mainland to try and pick up some late-season conference wins on a three-game road trip. Unfortunately, they dropped one to Montana State University at Billings and split a pair with Western New Mexico University.

   

Out of Bounds: Where have the super commercials gone?

The Super Bowl was played a month ago, but a part of the game still lives on whenever a TV set is turned on. No, it’s not the replays of Janet Jackson, or of the Carolina Panthers storming back to take the lead over the New England Patriots in the final minutes of the game, and it’s definitely not the image of Adam Vinatieri kicking the game-winning field goal for the Patriots. It’s those infamous Super Bowl commercials that are supposed to leave everybody talking.

   

Mascot tryouts held

This spring, the HPU Cheerleading Team will be looking for motivated students to tryout for the role of Sharky the Sea Warrior for the 2004-05 school year.

   

Tennis slams Chaminade, drops Irvine

Friday, Feb.6, HPU defeated the Chaminade University team 12 sets at the Central Oahu Regional Tennis Park Center in Waipio, Hawai‘i.

HPU’s Hana Krivonozkova, Loni Matsunaga, and Dora Holdarova scored 6-0 in both of their sets. In the three following doubles, HPU trailed CU but won with 8-3, 8-1, and 8-2.

   

HPU sweeps Hilo, drops one to UH-M

HPU Sea Warriors baseball got off to a perfect start the first weekend in February, with a three-game sweep of the University of Hawai‘i-Hilo Vulcans on the Big Island.

   

 

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