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Rainbow Wahine softball team sweeps double-header

by KITV - Honolulu Videos 0:55 mins

The 20th-ranked Rainbow Wahine softball team, wrapped up play in their Bank of Hawaii Invitational Tournament today with a double-header sweep. Plus, more local sports.

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