The Warrior Beat

OC Sports to televise Wahine matches; new senior walk; JHT honored

November 26th, 2012

OC Sports will televise the Rainbow Wahine NCAA Tournament matches this weekend.

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The senior walk will be conducted before the start of Saturday's game against South Alabama. At least that will be the formal ceremony.

The players are free to take their final walk or party with their friends and family after the game — reviving the spontaneity of the first senior walk in 1979.

In recent years, the administration-controlled senior walk was too commercialized with delays that were so long a few hundred remained in the stands for the final introduction.

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John Hardy-Tuliau was named the Mountain West Conference's player of the week for defense. He had two picks, one of which was run back for a TD.

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Kennedy Tulimasealii's commitment to UH is a big deal. He is a dominant defensive lineman.

Kahuku coach Reggie Torres described Tulimasealii as a "beast" who can play sideline to sideline.

By the way, Torres said four Red Raiders have received scholarship offers from the Warriors. Torres said all four are "leaning" toward UH.

H-4 — Kahuku to Manoa — is under construction.

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It appears tight end Ryan Hall has suffered a wrist injury. His status is doubtful, at best, for Saturday's game.

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