Tuesday's notes

April 17th, 2012
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• The Warriors resume practicing this afternoon. You'll know that, of course, because of the loud music and the pads popping. Head coach Norm Chow said he would like to see improved tackling, so several drills will be devoted to that skill.

• Chow said the Warriors will have combo practice/scrimmages on Thursday and Saturday.

• Running back Sterling Jackson, who underwent offseason shoulder surgery, will not be cleared for contact drills until July.

• John Hardy-Tuliau will remain at cornerback for the rest of spring training. He was the nickelback as a freshman in 2010 and safety last year.

• Remember cornerback Justin "J.T." Turner? Apparently he is on track to earning an associate degree and there is a possibility he might be joining the Warriors this summer.

• Tavita Woodard will remain at tight end today. This will be his fourth practice at that position after moving from defensive end for what was supposed to be a one-day experiment.

* * * * *

Tuika Tufaga, a UH graduate assistant and former Warrior defensive tackle, has signed to play with the Sagamihara Rise of the X-League, Japan's professional football association.

It's a one-year contract, which includes complimentary use of an apartment and car. He departs this summer.

Tufaga said he is expected to play defensive end.

Former Warriors Kevin Jackson, Derek Faavi and Karl Noa also play in the league.

X-League, according to the English-version Web site, is short for Japan American Football League Xcellence. I suppose it really should be called the E league, so you can get E-mail rather than X mail, but ... oh, never mind. Best wishes to Tufaga, who will continue to work with the Warriors through the spring semester.

* * * * *

There is a name for the new radio show featuring Michael Lafaele and Nate Ilaoa. It will be called "Mid-Day Fix," and will air Wednesdays on ESPN 1500 AM.

132 Responses to “Tuesday's notes”

  1. Gray:

    Hello


  2. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Kampai!


  3. d1shima:

    ichi- ni - hut-o - hut-o!


  4. chawan_cut:

    san
    ganbatte!


  5. d1shima:

    Have a terrific practice today, Warriors!


  6. tommui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Don't forget to VOTE! Stephanie needs every vote she can get and she deserves it!


  7. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    (insert clever Japanese American football joke here)

    Top Ten!


  8. d1shima:

    O-rine Coach to OT after giving up a sack: Was that you shouting, "Irashai, irashai, irashaimase!" :twisted:


  9. Pat:

    GO WARRIORS.BEAT USC!!!!!


  10. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Noticed the blog "correcting itself" yesterday. :lol:

    Wow, talk about a walk down kau-kau and memory lane!

    Have lots of things to get done today, but now it looks like I'm gonna have to spend my morning in search of chinese food, roast pork and char siu pork! :lol: j/k My Docs would have to wait in line behind Sweety to kill me for my transgressions! :)

    Nice memories though, thanks to some nice folks. Masu's - :( Sweety and I used to love the occaisional plates there when we first got together.

    Nuuanu Okazuya on Nuuanu just down from Vineyard is now one of our favorites, along with Chun Wah Kam in Kalihi. Have to mention Char Hung Sut downtown, while we're talking about guud fuud in the Punchbowl 'Hood.

    Geez. This feels like support group therapy. :) Now that I've shared, the urge to gorge on roast pork has passed... I'll have a bowl of oatmeal while I reminesce. :lol:


  11. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Rajah Dat, Pat! ;)


  12. ai-eee-soos:

    Go Warriors


  13. mo808:

    Good morning! Go Warriors! Go Wahine! Go Vote!!!


  14. mo808:

    Oh yeah lucky 13!


  15. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    Good luck to Tuika Tufaga!


  16. Na Koa Mike:

    Over 30 alumni players are participating on “An Evening with Coach Chow”

    http://www.nakoa.org/2012/04/alumni-players-participating-on-an-evening-with-coach-chow/


  17. Na Koa Mike:

    Warriors and Na Koa Coming To Maui on Saturday, 4/21

    http://www.nakoa.org/2012/04/warriors-and-na-koa-coming-to-maui/


  18. jm2375 (Infuse):

    Best wishes to Mr. Tufaga.


  19. koakane:

    morning and good tuesday 808 ... man need some kope soon


  20. homey ℞:

    Best roast pork for me is at Fong's.


  21. Stephen Tsai:

    DPK:
    Stop mentioning no-hitters that are in progress.


  22. homey ℞:

    As Ace Yonamine would say, "Nan desu ka".


  23. DaveLetterMan:

    I remember the manapua man walking along Judd St. Don't remember if the manapua was any good. The son of Char Hung Sut owner lives next to me.


  24. DaveLetterMan:

    New Mui Kwai owners live across from me.


  25. Stephen Tsai:

    I guess SMU has some money. It wants to hire Larry Brown as head coach, and also name a coach-in-waiting for when Brown retires. That's some big bucks for what essentially will be two head coaches.


  26. Kevin:

    Hawaii remains at No. 14 in NFCA coaches poll and moves up one spot, to No. 18, in ESPN.com/USA Today poll.
    http://www.ncaa.com/rankings/softball/d1/usa_todaynfca_coaches


  27. Kekoa:

    Sounds like time for a CC for the folks who grew up in, or frequented the Lanakila/Liliha zip code.

    Any suggestions?


  28. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Name the place, Big Daddy! ;)


  29. A-House:

    jus wondering:

    when a part of the human body "dies" it usually begins to "rot"

    why not the same for parts of the "brain" after a stroke?


  30. sean (aka pcwarrior):

    I must congratulate Mr Tufaga at work tonight!

    Guud morning Tsaiko's


  31. homey ℞:

    A-house - Use it or lose it.


  32. Gregory Despain:

    Jeg leder efter et hosting firma der kan sitecore hvad med dem her? sitecore hosting


  33. madeinhawaii:

    Hope everybody got their taxes done and are getting fat returns this year.


  34. tommui:

    There has been a slight slippage in the difference between Stephanie and that Alabama gal. So make sure that you VOTE!
    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/


  35. Kekoa:

    DPK ~
    I'll leave the cc choice up to the present residents of the 'Hood. I'm sure they have some good places in mind.

    Meanwhile, we owe kawika49 an answer to his employment offer from yesterday's blog.


  36. Pomai:

    I'd like one order of Roast Pork with two scoops rice with gravy all over and a side order of Mac salad. Thank You


  37. SteveM:

    Kekoa:
    April 17th, 2012 at 9:41 am
    Sounds like time for a CC for the folks who grew up in, or frequented the Lanakila/Liliha zip code.
    Any suggestions?

    Alas, Liliha/Lanakila is known for its small mom & pop stores and eateries (past and present). Trying to find Tsai-ko seating and parking could be a problem...and McDonald's is not really an option. :evil:

    Maybe DaveLetterman has a suggestion...
    Of course, one block further down on Vineyard Blvd we have Happy Day dim sum and Moon Garden.


  38. d1shima:

    Pomai,

    Wrong kine roast pork


  39. Buffoman:

    Pomai, the best place for that as you described was St. Louis Drive Inn. I could feel my arteries harden as I ate that roast pork plate with gravy over everything. Mac salad with gravy , yum!


  40. LizKauai:

    Congrats to all the Warrior alumni still in the game!

    Speaking of Lanakila, I think some tripe stew from Lanakila Kitchen is in order.


  41. d1shima:

    SteveM,

    Woah! Wat is up widda font size?

    http://home.roadrunner.com/~smurashi/tsai-kos/away12.html


  42. Pomai:

    d1 dats cause dat's da kind I like!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  43. SteveM:

    RE: #41

    d1shima -- Font is 14 pt serif with 18 pt bold subheadings. Just re-checked now. Is not appearing correctly...too small perhaps?


  44. Pomai:

    Dis kine not

    http://jalna.blogspot.com/2011/02/more-from-mobile-grinds.html

    dis kine
    http://tastyislandhawaii.com/2009/03/21/hawaiian-pride-charsiu-sauce/

    but dis kine pretty good too.
    http://mid-last-centuryguy.blogspot.com/2008/02/kau-yukbraised-pork-bellymmmmmm.html


  45. Stephen Tsai:

    SteveM
    When I see your Norwegian cruise reminders, I'm now reminded of Arsenio Hall's line on the Celebrity Apprentice. He said he's never been to Norwegia.


  46. JaM:

    enjoyed the read bout School St/Liliha St. Reminded me of discussions with LTUH fan bout the area. I too grew up on Vineyard between Liliha and College Walk.


  47. SteveM:

    ST -- Norwegian operates the 7-day Hawaii cruise. Most of our Tsai-ko cruisers are Holland, Princess, and Carnival...and Azamara.


  48. papajoe2:

    Tuesday's notes. I thought today was Monday.


  49. papajoe2:

    Got back from the Lotte Open Pro-Am tournament at Ko Olina. Stephanie Kono was on top of the leader board. Michele Wie's putting is resolved? Maybe not. Putted from about 5 feet on the 14th hole and missed. Since its only a Pro-Am tournament, she practiced that putt 3 more times, only making the last one. I hope she doesn't get too discouraged as a bunch of pro and amatures missed that put from a similar angle, most a little longer, but some even closer. I stayed at the 14th hole for the morning round.


  50. papajoe2:

    Off to golf.


  51. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Kekoa ~

    I will defer that position to your excellent credentials and managerial style. If not, I'm sure they'll find somebody good!


  52. SteveM:

    papajoe2 = Holland
    Mrs. Bulla = Carnival

    Both getting underway soon too. The Caribbean is gonna be rockin' -- and not from the weather conditions. :)

    ST could stir up some local interest. Blog cruise to visit Maui, Big Island, and Kauai?


  53. lava:

    I want to play in Japan's X league.


  54. Couch potato:

    do single people look for romance on a cruise? maybe a sugar daddy or sugar mommy. am i being too titanic?


  55. Couch potato:

    would be cheaper to look for romance at a bar or role play on the internet.

    high fives to the basebow and Wahine SB players of the week.

    high five to Tuika Tufaga.

    GO WARRIORS!


  56. oldtimer808:

    Tired and sleepy done with taxes...now back to the important things in life...sports..and a reminder from reading all these post that we have some old timers in here like me. Good journey to Mr. Tufaga..be safe and be healthy.


  57. Couch potato:

    one word, turbotax.


  58. madeinhawaii:

    Couch Potato

    .. dunno if I'd like to go to a bar if I were single again... did that route when I was in my early 30's... pillow would always smell like old perfume, alcohol, garlic or kalbi. And I could never remember their names in the morning.. Not that I was drunk, mind you. Just that I had a hard time with non-English/American names.


  59. madeinhawaii:

    Turbotax is great if you're not a sole proprietor running a business. If you're running a business, you're spread sheet should have it all figured out... or so I thought.. until I realized on Friday, our inventory section was missing.. oy! ..


  60. Couch potato:

    madeinhawaii, that's your fault for going to those bars. my time was my late teens to mid-twenties and never had problems with old perfume, garlic, kalbi, or non-local names. :wink:


  61. Couch potato:

    i'm not a sole proprietor, never was in the shoe or fish business. :lol:


  62. al:

    Wow,wow,wow,wow,wow !
    5x wow!
    Jt turner would be the first former 5* warrior.

    Ddn't he have some friends that wanted to follow him?


  63. mctruck:

    homey, ur#22.....Ace Yonamine is a beast, just like his father was.


  64. AllG:

    Good to hear JT Turner is still in the mix!


  65. Ken:

    MWC/Conf USA merger now unlikely?

    http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/17518760/mountain-west-conference-usa-merger-now-unlikely?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+HawaiiNewsNow-News+%28Hawaii+News+Now+-+News%29


  66. RedZone:

    So Bobby Petrino's girlfriend Jessica Dorrell has resigned from Arkansas and will receive a $14,000 settlement.


  67. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Al-

    Good news about J.T. Did not realize he was so highly regarded.


  68. tommui:

    This was on the SA webpage this afternoon at 3:59PM:

    "The proposed amalgamation of the Mountain West Conference and Conference USA remains "on course," the chairman of the MWC Board of Directors said today.

    A CBS Sportsline report had earlier labeled the impending merger as "unlikely" and quoted an "industry source" as saying it "probably will not happen."

    But Nevada-Las Vegas president Neal Smatresk, who heads the MWC board, told the Star-Advertiser in an email, "We are on course and proceeding as planned."

    Last month officials of both leagues said they expected a resolution in early June.

    The University of Hawaii will join the MWC as a football-only member July 1st after 33 years in the Western Athletic Conference.

    In February, the two conferences had declared their intention of dissolving their leagues to form a new 16-to-24 member conference but acknowledged in March that obstacles made a merger more likely."


  69. Ipu Man:

    Congratulations to honorable Tuiga Tufaga san.
    I hope he can bring Sagamihara Rise to the top.
    And hopefully, other UH players can follow him to Japan
    and get more playing time out of their talents. But I
    think each team can only have two foreigners per team.


  70. Ken:

    tommui,

    Good news!


  71. ai-eee-soos:

    DEVIN ROSS WR/DB, 5-10, 170 lbs. (4.5 40 yd dash)
    (Alemany HS - Mission Hills, CA)
    (Offered Scholarship)

    Thanks to Sportsbow

    http://www.sportshawaii.com/sh/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=42088


  72. Kevin:

    San Jose State beats #16 Stanford at San Jose 2-1.

    Anyone that doubts Spartan's pitcher Amanda Pridemore is a fool. Since 2010 was VERY cautious about this ace.

    WAC tourney is NOT a "lock" for anyone. SJSU took one from us and Fresno State and has some good wins.


  73. Kevin:

    The merger is still on.


  74. Kevin:

    The merger is now off.

    Big East to unite with BIG 10.


  75. Kevin:

    Wait, merger is on again.

    Now Boise State headed to ACC, while Big 10 and Big East merger off.

    SEC now dissolves and becomes the **** you all conference with the PAC 30 after signing CUSA teams.


  76. Kevin:

    Wait, merger is off.

    All that other crap goes back to where it was a few minutes ago.

    Whew... hard to keep up with all this conference craziness due to Title IX sucking the money out of everything.

    ***sarcasm*** :roll: ***sarcasm***


  77. madeinhawaii:

    5-star full back, how many more football tickets can we market off of his ranking?


  78. Wes'side Warrior:

    Sagamihara... that's where our on-base housing was when I was stationed at Camp Zama in Japan... I think it's in Kanagawa Prefecture if I remember correctly.
    Good location (weather-wise) with lots of (not to be offensive, but) "foreigners" who follow our style of football in the area.
    Hmmm... I wonder who is driving our old black Toyota van these days out there...?


  79. Wes'side Warrior:

    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/

    Uh oh... Alabama is in the 20th percentile now...

    Name Current vote count
    Valerie Arioto 13.6%
    Katelyn Boyd 4.9%
    Mallory Duran-Sellers 4%
    Julie Fernandez 4.5%
    Ashley Hansen 4.1%
    Michelle Moultrie 9.5%
    Christi Orgeron 10.2%
    Cassie Reilly-Boccia 20%
    Stephanie Ricketts 25.4%
    Niki Williams 4%


  80. Bigislandkurt:

    How 'come the generation nowadays no like eat Liver, blood sausage, or tripe stew?

    :)

    BIK


  81. Bigislandkurt:

    Speaking of tripe stew, I love the Mexican version. Had some good bowls of menudo back in the days when I lived on the continent. With all that chile, lime, spices, onions, oregano. Good for hangovers. :)

    BIK


  82. al:

    Bin...does that mean I'm old?


  83. Everyday Psychology News:

    Many thanks for being my own tutor on this theme. My spouse and i enjoyed your own article quite definitely and most of all enjoyed the way you handled the issues I regarded as being controversial. You're always very kind to readers like me and help me in my everyday living. Thank you.


  84. oldtimer808:

    I just clicked on and read BigIslandKurt post on tripe stew that Mexican version sounds ono and you know its close to dinner time.


  85. oldtimer808:

    On liver, my mom back in the days used to cook liver for us with crispy bacon and to this day I still don't like liver although I ate it back then and smothered the liver with ketchup and lots of bacon. Back in the fifties it was cheap.


  86. d1shima:

    smartfootball looks at the counters to spread attacks

    http://smartfootball.com/defense/overload-blitzes-and-angle-stunts-against-one-back-formations#more-3403


  87. krump1_AKA_protector:

    oldtimer808,

    Always hated liver as a kid and ate it exactly as you did with the addition of onions. In college, my girlfriend made a killer liver that didn't have that after-taste; it was like night and day.


  88. d1shima:

    NFL Schedule came out today.

    Niners open at Green Bay. Let's get it started!


  89. Ipu Man:

    England has no
    kidney bank, but it does have a Liverpool.
    :roll:


  90. krump1_AKA_protector:

    Congrats to Mr. Tufaga and great news about J.T. Turner. That was exactly what I was hoping for. Also getting my wish about John Hardy-Tuliau; wanted to see him start at Corner the past year opposite Edwards. If they had done that from the beginning, Coach Chow may not have gotten his window of opportunity...just saying.


  91. jm2375:

    Never really ate liver as a kid because my dad didn't like it, so Mom never made it. I remember her having it in Kona a couple of times (at Manago Hotel?). These days, the only kinds of liver I'll eat is pate and Jewish chicken liver spread.


  92. BigHiloFan2:

    Howzit Tsaikos.

    anybody go watch practice today?


  93. BigHiloFan2:

    I am sooo excited for the Warriors.

    if Justin Turner is listening to the coaches, meaning Coach Chow and company, we're all gonna be the winners outta this one.

    Go Coach Chow!

    Go Warriors!

    Go Justin!


  94. jm2375:

    Does anyone know where the faculty/staff seats are for football? Jus' asking. :D


  95. tommui:

    Where is GARRET when you need him to comment on the latest - is you is or is you ain't my merger/conference/alliance?


  96. Slugger:

    I've eaten at New Mui Kwai.

    Congrats to Tuwika!


  97. Ipu Man:

    To beat USC (and others this fall) Hawaii must play
    tough and smart...well, they usually play tough...
    ahhhh, the tough part is to play smart. So hopefully
    Coach Chow will fill in the missing pieces and UH will
    chop down our opponents into chop suey...


  98. BigHiloFan2:

    Just gotta love the good vibes Coach Chow is putting out for all of us.
    The achievers.
    The steady achievers.
    The almost achievers.
    The wannabe achievers.
    The looking for anudda chance achievers.

    When I add all da good vibes up,
    I feel good about our chances against USC.

    Go Warriors!

    Go Coach Chow!


  99. Slugger:

    I like menudo and Jewish chicken liver sandwiches. Ah , San Francisco ...


  100. BigHiloFan2:

    but i got one tincy weency eety beety question for Coach tomorrow nite.

    how come UH let Akoakoa Kennedy, da 2 years in a row heavyweight wrestling State champ, who lost almost 30 pounds to make wrestling weight from the end of the football season to the wrestling season, had to miss coupla metes because he neva make weight, and den go play for JC in Ariz.

    imma tinkin to myself, how we wen miscue dat one?

    i know most likely dat kinda genius won't happen again anytime soon, but dat wen take da cake. i still scratching my head on dat one, brudda Tsaikos. da only excuse i get is dat Kam Keaau coach neva get da memo from Coach Chow. WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.

    Coach Chow, maybe you gotta schmuuz Coach Wags and da odda coaches, make em feel appreciated. you're right. I am totally habut! but at least i'm being cordial. :D ok. at least a little cordial. :D

    jiminy christmas.


  101. ai-eee-soos:

    Vote for Stephanie this way - it's faster. .... re-post from Sat/Sun. (slightly modified)

    1. Click on link ---

    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/

    2. Fill in form and vote for Steph.

    3. After the ballot is tallied and closed, click the BACK button on your browser

    to return here.

    4. Click on the link, above, and do IT again.

    5. Do this OVER and OVER and OVER and OVER .....

    6. Works for me .... using Windows 7 Home Premium + IE9.

    P.S. Your browser has to be cleared of cookies, whatever they are.

    If you need help, ask, and someone might be able to give you the answer (not me).


  102. madeinhawaii:

    War-E-Or:

    USC? If we win, we better finish better than 6-6 !


  103. ai-eee-soos:

    Steph was at 25.5% - now at 25.7%.

    #2 was at 19.9 %, now at 19.8%.

    Use #105 to vote .......

    ... break time ....


  104. ai-eee-soos:

    Steph now at 25.8%. Great going gang.

    Logging in to add my contribution.

    Use # 105 as a guide.


  105. HiloBilly:

    BIK: the only liver I eat nowadays is my neighbor's broke da mouth ake...very, very clean, w/ just the right amount of Hawaiian salt, inamona, huluhuluwaena limu, & chili pepper, oh my!

    BHF2......I see Akoakoa everyday. Bruddah's weight goal was 270# (defense, be the hunter, not the hunted) which he's at right now. Lots of muscle, still running & lifting, looks absolutely great! Most people don't realize he played both ways for all games, since our team numbers tend to be small.

    Wags is retiring, & sold his Kea'au home; hopefully the new AD will be proactive in helping our students beyond HS, we shall see.


  106. ai-eee-soos:

    Steph now at 25.9 %. Keep it going gang. Get to 26+ %.

    Break time.


  107. madeinhawaii:

    War-E-Or:

    I'm hoping Coach Chow's more disciplined approach will help eliminate that trap game mentality and keep our players on the edge no matter who the opponent might be.


  108. al:

    anybody remember the chicken liver omelette that was world reknowned coming from the kitchen of the old tahitian lanai?

    celebs used to come in just to dine upon that wonderous culinary delight.


  109. Kekoa:

    Hilo Billy ~

    Now you've done it. I'm so ono for the ake as you described above. Some how the bag of Dorito chips I'm snacking on now just does not even come close to the ultimate ono level of raw stuff.

    I'll be on the lookout for ake, vana, and O'io tomorrow. I'll settle on the best 2 out of 3.

    Note to T-gate Grill team:

    Pls save a spot on the grill for my favorite Blood sausage links. Mahalo.


  110. jm2375:

    Mercy! In ILH softball, MPI captures its 2nd straight ILH title by run-ruling that school who will not be named at said school's field, 17-6.
    GO OWLS!!


  111. al:

    kekoa...now you started it.

    okay, so at marukai they sell this uni (aka vana) that is seasoned in a bottle. get the spoon out and be creative. hot rice, mini musubi, nigiri sushi, poi...you get the picture.

    often times i find lomi oio at marukai also pretty good with the limu and inamona going on.


  112. al:

    jm2375...did you say keiki carlos?


  113. al:

    a nice mix of late night music...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pALWIj9ketA&feature=bf_next&list=AL94UKMTqg-9CXp2vNOlPmSQ0M-9IJ7iTF&lf=list_related


  114. mo808:

    Ahhh shucks Al! Could not open your YouTube music video!
    Here's hoping for at least four unbroken hours of sleep tonight, so I can beat the traffic tomorrow because WholeFoods is opening...and that's another new place in Kailua fo grind at!!!


  115. Kekoa:

    AL ~

    Tamashiro's Market has an ample supply of O'io. Then, I take it home and add the 'magic' of old skool ingreedy-mints to it. Just enuff to make it finer-then-frog-hair!>/i>.


  116. madeinhawaii:

    Kekoa,

    The largest fish my father ever caught was a 36" O'io. He snagged it by the tail with a lure and thought he was fighting an ulua. My mother took it, chopped it up.. deboned it and made kamaboko. First time I ever saw anybody make fish cake. I was 9. Wow!..51 years ago.


  117. slenzi:

    BHF2 and War-E-Or

    I was on business in mainland when UH played USC one year (can't remember when, but Chad Owens had a great game) with a pretty stacked offense, but no D. Although the Warriors played well against USC second team, in second half, the first half told the story. The Warrior D will have to show up big, and maybe some new household names will emerge. Will be interesting to see who is able to step up when the lights come on.


  118. jm2375 (Infuse):

    Good morning.

    Al-san - yep, MPI featuring UH recruit Keiki Carlos.
    Go Owls!


  119. gmahoney:

    Congrats, Owls! Always like when the small schools put a hurt on the large schools. That Keiki is a great get for Na Wahine.


  120. d1shima:

    Great Morning All!

    Things seem to be shakin' and movin' during Spring ball.

    QB2 slot seems to be a tough get!

    Receivers? Gant say!


  121. Wes'side Warrior:

    With the addition of ai-eee-soos' post:

    Vote for Stephanie this way - it's faster. .... re-post from Sat/Sun. (slightly modified)

    1. Click on link ---

    http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/softball_2012/

    2. Fill in form and vote for Steph.

    3. After the ballot is tallied and closed, click the BACK button on your browser

    to return here.

    4. Click on the link, above, and do IT again.

    5. Do this OVER and OVER and OVER and OVER .....

    6. Works for me .... using Windows 7 Home Premium + IE9.

    P.S. Your browser has to be cleared of cookies, whatever they are.

    If you need help, ask, and someone might be able to give you the answer (not me).

    Name Current vote count
    Valerie Arioto 13.4%
    Katelyn Boyd 4.9%
    Mallory Duran-Sellers 4%
    Julie Fernandez 4.5%
    Ashley Hansen 4%
    Michelle Moultrie 9.6%
    Christi Orgeron 10.1%
    Cassie Reilly-Boccia 20%
    Stephanie Ricketts 25.6%
    Niki Williams 4%


  122. BigHiloFan2:

    Good morning Tsaikos everywhere.

    HiloBilly,

    where you live? when is the best day and time to come meet you at your home when your... uh.... neighbor just happens to be around...

    Mabel lives Waimea... too far away... :D


  123. RedZone:

    Justin Turner is playing safety at Scottsdale CC. Check out his video.

    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/480350/justin-turner


  124. whitey:

    good morning tsaikos. ok, voted.


  125. BigHiloFan2:

    ok. voted. tried again. told me come back tomorrow.

    Tsigh.


  126. mctruck:

    #142...ditto, unable to vote twice. the florida stuff the box vote don't work for me.


  127. LizKauai (iPad):

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

    BHF2- you can vote once a day from different devices... Phone, pad, laptop, desktop....

    Go Wahine!


  128. LizKauai (iPad):

    Lomi oio... Mmmm. Now I'm hungry...

    On a tip from my helpful hardware person... Use some brake cleaning fluid to pre-dawn ambush choke yellowjackets nests around my rooflines. Hoo... Works great.

    Now can go work.
    Go Warriors!


  129. BigHiloFan2:

    LizK

    i don't know how to make msg from my blackberry. dat bugga is a waste of time.

    I noticed you slotted USC. 130 days. gotta plan for da emergency. :lol:


  130. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    Good Morning Gangeez! :)

    Voted!

    #135 -

    I got ur action video right here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jocRd-aajW0


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