You don’t have Bruno Mars tickets.
Not to worry. You still can experience the thrill and action of performing under the Aloha Stadium lights.
No, we’re not giving you Bruno tickets. We’re not Bots.
But there’s still time to sign up for 808 Passing Academy’s free clinic tomorrow at Aloha Stadium.
It runs from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Aloha Stadium. Former UH quarterback Sean Schroeder is putting on the clinic, and is picking up the tab for the stadium rental and other expenses. Each participant — up to high school-aged — receives a shirt and expert coaching on the passing (and receiving) game from such notables as quarterback guru Vince Passas and Greg Salas, UH’s career receiving leader.
Camp is free. To register, go to: 808passingacademy.com
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One of the nice guys in sportscasting — John Noland — needs your prayers.
He’s worked in the business for decades, and once was partnered with Les Keiter on KHON sportscasts.
Noland was a multi-sport athlete at Maryknoll School. He once played for — here goes, trivia buffs — the Hummers. Leon Schumaker was the head coach.
Please take a moment to think good thoughts about John and his family.
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This past week, the Warriors went coast-to-coast with football clinics on the West side on Tuesday (Waianae High and Kapolei High), and Central Oahu (Mililani) and North Shore (Laie Park) yesterday.
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And, of course, the player-run practices: