By Stephen Tsai
To all the old farts like me, remember what your room looked like when you were in your late teens and early 20s?
Magnify that image by 18, and that's what Stan Sheriff Center manager Rich Sheriff and men's volleyball coach Charlie Wade expected when they opened the dead-bolt-locked locker room.
To their surprise, the locker room was as neat and clean as a Marine's bed. The floors were spotless. Everything was folded and placed in the proper place.
Strange, for sure. And then Sheriff recalled that outside hitter Kupono Fey was the last person in the room, a few weeks earlier. Without prompting or promotion, Fey had tidied the entire locker room.
It starts with one person.
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The things you see while wandering Ala Moana Center: