By Brian McInnis
Hey all, I wanted to give the Hawaii hoops fans a heads up on a new level of coverage from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser for all UH sports.
We're going to launch the new Hawaii Warrior World on Sunday.
I hope everybody likes the new web page. I think it has a lot of potential. You'll be seeing a lot of UH football coverage for starters, being that fall practice is just starting up. There will also be UH volleyball and UH soccer posts. Video footage (for football to start) is part of the new package.
Think of Hawaii Prep World, but based entirely around UH sports.
I'll be adding my regular blog posts (which should be much easier to find) as well as other content on a regular basis.
The new web page is here.
Now, if anybody goes to this blog from a bookmarked URL, it has changed. My blog can be accessed at http://hawaiiwarriorworld.com/court-sense/, or just go to the main Warrior World page and follow the link.
Hope everybody enjoys. Thanks to the tireless Adam Sparks for putting the site together.
As for the College Summer league on Saturday night, it was pretty much a dud.
Dyrbe Enos was in for Solar Universe in the first game of the night, and Solar went on to win easily over Wealth Strategy Partners. It was Solar's third straight win with Derrick Low in the lineup.
In the nightcap, Chosen Few (without Bill Amis) steamrolled National Fire Protection. Natl Fire was without Michael Thomas, who was resting his back after a hard fall in his last outing. Thomas said he'd be good to go by next week.
The playoffs begin for the lowest-seeded four teams on Thursday at Maryknoll, and last-place National Fire will definitely be playing in that group.