We’ve got tickets for Sunday’s baseball game. Big thanks to Esme’s HawaiiMoms.com and The Advertiser marketing department for the donations. So, if you want them. Tell us a (clean) joke. We’ll pick winners this afternoon:
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If everything goes according to plan, colleges will have to adjust their list of Hawai‘i’s football prospects.
Kaiana Eldredge, a quarterback and pitcher at Cedar High in Utah, has applied to Punahou School for his senior year (2009-2010).
Kaiana is 6 feet and 185 pounds. Cedar runs an option offense. But before that, Kaiana had played in a dropback offense.
Kaiana comes from the promiment Eldredge family. The Patriarch, Dave Eldredge, was a coach for more than 50 years.
Kaiana’s father, David “Boy” Eldredge, is the head baseball coach at Southern Utah University.
Pal Eldredge, K5’s baseball analyst, coached for more than 40 years.
Duane Eldredge has coached for more than a quarter century.
All have ties to Punahou.
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Colorado offensive lineman Max Tuioti-Mariner was visiting UH yesterday. Don’t get excited, folks. He’s here for his brother Clarence “Lafu” Tuioti-Mariner’s graduation.
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Sorry to hear about the passing of Wayman Tisdale. In a memorable 1982 Rainbow Classic, Tisdale’s Oklahoma team lost in the semifinals to North Carolina. The Tar Heels’ top player that year? Somebody named Michael Jordan.