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Derek Clarkston, editor, Sophie Schmidt, assoc. editor


Sports classics feature timeless messages

I have enough problems trying to prioritize my day, let alone the top-10 classic sports movies of all time. I’ve listed five, and their order is arbitrary. All have messages about life as well as sports. I love sports because it often is a microcosm of life. Athletes, like everyone else, live, love, cry, laugh, struggle, and die. Films about them offer something for everyone who watches.


Top-10 sports movies since 1980

Sports movies are movies that often portray true-life stories. They spotlight a moment from the past and reenact it on the big screen. Sometimes they show triumph and other times they focus on downfalls. All in all people can bond together when a sports movie mixes sports with real life stories, as seen from Disney’s recent blockbuster movie Miracle.


Out of Bounds: NFL drops prohibition against hiring kids

Veteran players of the National Football League are salivating at the chance to welcome a new crop of talent into the league when they put on their pads for the 2004-2005 season.


Sports lawsuits

Court rulings are nothing new to sports Maurice Clarett’s ruling is just one of four other court rulings that changed the face of professional sports.
Federal Baseball Club of Baltimore V. National Baseball Clubs


Sasha Parc - From Serbia to HPU

HPU’s women Tennis team lost 6-0 March 4 against Brigham Young University at the Central Oahu Regional Tennis Park in Waipahu. Sasha Parc, the assistant coach, said that BYUH is strong, but HPU could have done better. “The team needs a lot of practice, but we will be able to play better against BYUH soon”.


Senior Night turns dark for Sea Warriors

Chaminade University’s Sashif Reyes silenced the Sea Warriors basketball team with his deadly shooting from beyond the arch, leading the Silverswords to a 101-77 thrashing of the Sea Warriors in a PacWest Conference game, March 3 at the Neil Blaisdell Center.


Lady Sea Warriors softball an early hit

Preseason outlooks for Sea Warrior softball focused on pitching and solid defense, both trademarks of teams led by co-head coaches Howard Okita and Bryan Nakasone. But the team’s bats also produced February heat, and the HPU Lady Sea Warrior softball team got the 2004 season off to a great start, posting a 7-1 record and out-scoring the opposition 50-19 in the process.



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