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Fans can register at Gate A to participate in the "Military Obstacle Course" contest during intermission for the chance to win 0 in gift cards, and enter the "Lucky Seat Drawing" to win a gift card.Jim and Kanoa Leahey, Hawaii’s father-and-son sports reporting duo, prove that the liveliest discussions happen with family and friends at the kitchen table. Match Notes HONOLULU – Fresh off a four-match road trip, the fourth-ranked University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team returns to the Stan Sheriff Center for the start of a three-week homestand beginning with a two-match Mountain Pacific Sports Federation series with No. During the streak, Hawai'i has won six of the matches in straight sets including the last four and has a current 14-set win streak. The Waves (6-5, 4-4) are coming off a five-set loss to USC in Los Angeles, two days after defeating Cal Baptist in four sets. Friday's match begins at p.m., while Sunday's match starts at p.m. In the midst of a nine-match winning streak, the Rainbow Warriors (14-2, 5-2 MPSF) are off to their best start since 1996.HONOLULU, HI – After nine years on PBS Hawaii, the father-and-son sports talk show Leahey & Leahey has come to an end.At their in-studio kitchen table, Jim and Kanoa Leahey welcomed sports heroes, insiders and policy makers from Hawaii and around the world. Okay, on the wrong side of the field, but who cares?!? They’re so awesome, they didn’t need any help from my vocals! The Warriors, however, did not get as much from my vocals as I wanted them to. We were too close and the Washington players and the ESPN film truck made us have to stand up to see. All was not lost, they came from being behind by three touchdowns to taking us down to the last seconds of the game. There was a little girl behind me who was heart broken and screaming even more than I was. I got to scream my head off again, just like I used to! The only thing in their favor was that they were not on the side of the home team.
HONOLULU – Fresh off a four-match road trip, the fourth-ranked University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team returns to the Stan Sheriff Center for the start of a three-week homestand beginning with a two-match Mountain Pacific Sports Federation series with No. Following this week's series against the 10th-ranked Waves, UH, which boasts a 13-match home winning streak dating back to last season, will then host No. Outside hitter David Wieczorek leads the Waves attack with a 3.80 kill average, hitting .360.
Series History: PEP leads 43-31 Promotions: First Hawaiian Bank is the sponsor of Friday's "Military Night" match.