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Monday, May 21, 2007

Meeting / Miah / LaBoy / Wahine

From a Sunday column, Ferd Lewis opines about the AD's openness and accessibility.
You wonder if Frazier had been this visible and outgoing over the course of the past year if there would have even been the need for an informational meeting with the combined state House Higher Education Committee and Senate Education Committee tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Capitol. Probably not.
The best place to check for any updates or news from today's meeting will probably be The Warrior Beat. Be there!


Paul Honda writes that incoming grayshirting slotback Miah Ostrowski received a great honor.
Two Punahou teammates and a trio of big-time Big Islanders are among the Class of 2007 announced yesterday by the Hawaii High School Hall of Honor.

Miah Ostrowski, the Star-Bulletin's football offensive player of the year and three-time All-State basketball selection, was one of three unanimous selections.

Travis LaBoy talks about the state of his Titans defensive line.
Still, Titans defensive line coach Jim Washburn believes that with good health and a little creativity, there is enough already on board to piece together a solid defensive line.

Defensive tackle Rien Long missed the entire season with a torn Achilles tendon, while two separate knee injuries limited Antwan Odom to four games.

“Losing Antwan last year was huge, for the whole rotation and everything. And losing Rien too was huge as a pass rusher inside. You lose two guys that are really in the starting rotation you can’t find anybody off the street in the middle of the season to cover that loss,” defensive end Travis LaBoy said.
Good luck to LaBoy as he recovers from knee surgery.


And finally, congratulations to the Wahine softball team for winning the LA Regionals. On to Tennessee!


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