Video Highlights from The Clash Robin keeps cranking out very cool media clips. If you’ve ever done these things before, you’ll know just how much work’s involved — Thanks Robin! Here’s the latest highlight clip from Minnesota: Highlight clip compiled by Robin Chow

Braddah Ray Looking at Rick Dang’s pictures from The Clash reminded me of a great story that I should’ve written about earlier. When we checked in to the hotel, there was a message waiting for us at the front desk — “Call Ray Kealoha”, with a couple of phone numbers. Neither Matt or I knew who Ray […]

Wrestling Pics from The Clash Here are some great photos from Rick Dang:

All of my photos from Rochester

Cheap Ambien Cr Here they are: Windows Live Spaces Photos from The Clash VI

The Journey Home

January 8, 2008 by  
Filed under The Clash 2008 And “journey” is an apt description. Our trip home lasted a day longer than expected. Besides the Aloha Spirit, the other thing we apparently brought to Rochester was a “heat wave” of sorts (temperatures actually reached the 40’s!). Well, when you mix warm air and cold ground, you get fog. Lots of fog. Very dense […]

Home cooked meal in Chicago Though overnighting in Chicago was not really anyone’s idea of a good time, being in Chicago did allow us a real treat: home cooking! Maika called the Holiona’s to let them know we were passing through town. Dana (with some help from Koa) pulled out all the stops and delivered a wonderful buffet of local […]

Some final Rochester press about Punahou Wrestling

From Ben Pherson’s article Monday, wrapping up his coverage of The Clash: Out with a bang Things went much better for the Punahou School of Hawaii on the final day of competition at The Clash VI. Punahou lost its opening dual to Goodhue 33-30. A controversial slam call cost Punahou six points, which essentially cost […]

Samoan Snowman Sani’s first snowman. Or snow-woman. He named her Natassja.

Punahou Wins Division 8 at The Clash

After a poor performance yesterday, we had a much better day today. The boys looked much sharper and wrestled much better. We started with a little bit of a disappointment, dropping our first dual meet to Goodhue (MN) 30 – 33. We actually had the dual meet all but sown up when our 152 pounder […]

Even More Punahou in the Press

Some nice coverage of our first day in Saturday’s Post-Bulletin: Welcome to Minnesota The wrestlers from the Punahou School team in Hawaii received a "warm" welcome when they arrived in Minnesota. However, Glenbard North, Punahou’s first-round opponent, wasn’t willing to roll out the welcome mat. Glenbard North, ranked No. 9 in the nation, beat up […]

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