Oahu Interscholastic Association to allow spectators at sporting events

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Oct. 14—On a limited basis, spectators will be allowed back to Oahu Interscholastic Association sporting events on Oct. 20.

The league posted the news on its Twitter page, noting the requirements of masks, proof of COVID-19 vaccination and social distancing.

Fans have not been permitted to see games involving public high schools statewide since the first lockdown in March of 2020.

The Oct. 20 timeline falls in line with the statewide mandate for loosening restrictions for outdoor and indoor events. Actual size of crowds will vary from one site to another. Tickets will be available at.

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Chaminade hosts Domincan (Calif.) on Friday at McCabe Gym, at 7 p.m.

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The Hawaii pair earned the title by sharing the individual title at 2-under 142 during the Hawaii Triangular tournament held at Pearl Country Club on Tuesday.

Watkins won the individual title at the Chico State Wildcat Classic warranting the PacWest honor.

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