Scoreboard


By Star-Bulletin Staff

Monday, December 22, 1997

Today

Basketball

Ala Moana Hotel Paradise Classic: Women, McNeese State vs. Michigan State, 5 p.m.; UC Santa Barbara vs. Hawaii, 7:05 p.m., Special Events Arena.

College Men: Hawaii Pacific vs. Lee, 7:30 p.m., Blaisdell Arena.

Iolani Prep Classic: St. Bernard (Calif.) vs. Okinawa, 12:30 p.m.; St. Louis vs. Canyon (Calif.), 2 p.m.; Moanalua vs. Kamehameha, 3:30 p.m.; St. Joseph Notre Dame (Calif.) vs. Iolani, 5 p.m.; Miami Senior vs. Fairfax (Calif.), 6:20 p.m.; St. John's (Maryland) vs. Provo (Utah), 8 p.m.



Tomorrow

Soccer

OIA West Boys: Nanakuli at Mililani, Waipahu at Aiea, Campbell at Leilehua, Waianae at Moanalua, Waialua at Radford, 5:15 p.m.

OIA West Girls: Nanakuli at Mililani, Waipahu at Aiea, Campbell at Leilehua, Waianae at Moanalua, Waialua at Radford, 7 p.m.


LIST

General

Six sports surprises
1. Arnold Palmer -- "Arnie's Army" registered trademark.
2. Janet Guthrie -- early astronaut candidate.
3. John L. Sullivan -- never had a boxing lesson.
4. Charles Finley -- Golden Gloves boxer.
5. Rocket Richard -- slept 12 hours a day during season.
6. Tony Gwynn -- bypassed in 1977 baseball draft after hitting .563 his senior year in high school.
Source: World Features Syndicate.


FOOTBALL

College Bowl Games

Thursday
Blue-Gray Classic
At Montgomery, Ala.

Blue vs. Gray, 7 a.m. (ABC)
Aloha Bowl
At Honolulu

Michigan State (7-4) vs. Washington (7-4), 10:30 a.m. (ABC)
Friday
Motor City Bowl
At Pontiac, Mich.

Marshall (10-2) vs. Mississippi (7-4), 3 p.m. (ESPN)
Saturday, Dec. 27
Heritage Bowl
At Atlanta

South Carolina State (9-2) vs. Southern University (10-1), 9:30 a.m. (ESPN)
Insight.com Bowl
At Tucson, Ariz.

Arizona (6-5) vs. New Mexico (9-3), 3 p.m. (ESPN)
Sunday, Dec. 28
Independence Bowl
At Shreveport, La.

LSU (8-3) vs. Notre Dame (7-5), 3 p.m. (ESPN)
Monday, Dec. 29
Humanitarian Bowl
At Boise, Idaho

Utah State (6-5) vs. Cincinnati (7-4), 10:30 a.m. (ESPN2)
Carquest Bowl
At Miami

Georgia Tech (6-5) vs. West Virginia (7-4), 2:30 p.m. (TBS)
Holiday Bowl
At San Diego

Missouri (7-4) vs. Colorado State (10-2), 3 p.m. (ESPN)
Tuesday, Dec. 30
Alamo Bowl
At San Antonio

Oklahoma State (8-3) vs. Purdue (8-3), 3 p.m. (ESPN)
Wednesday, Dec. 31
Sun Bowl
At El Paso, Texas

Arizona State (8-3) vs. Iowa (7-4), 9 a.m. (CBS)
Liberty Bowl
At Memphis, Tenn.

Pittsburgh (6-5) vs. Southern Mississippi (8-3), 10:30 a.m. (ESPN)
Fiesta Bowl
At Tempe, Ariz.

Kansas State (10-1) vs. Syracuse (9-3), 2 p.m. (CBS)
Thursday, Jan. 1
Outback Bowl
At Tampa, Fla.

Wisconsin (8-4) vs. Georgia (9-2), 6 a.m. (ESPN)
Gator Bowl
At Jacksonville, Fla.

North Carolina (10-1) vs. Virginia Tech (7-4), 7:30 a.m. (NBC)
Citrus Bowl
At Orlando, Fla.

Penn State (9-2) vs. Florida (9-2), 8 a.m. (ABC)
Cotton Bowl
At Dallas

Texas A&M (9-3) vs. UCLA (9-2), 8:30 a.m. (CBS)
Rose Bowl
At Pasadena, Calif.

Michigan (11-0) vs. Washington State (10-1), noon (ABC)
Sugar Bowl
At New Orleans

Florida State (10-1) vs. Ohio State (10-2), 3 p.m. (ABC)
Friday, Jan. 2
Peach Bowl
At Atlanta

Clemson (7-4) vs. Auburn (9-3), 10 a.m. (ESPN)
Orange Bowl
At Miami

Nebraska (12-0) vs. Tennessee (11-1), 3 p.m. (CBS)
Saturday, Jan. 10
East-West Shrine Classic
At Stanford, Calif.

East vs. West, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
Saturday, Jan. 17
Senior Bowl
At Mobile, Ala.

North vs. South, 9:30 a.m. (TBS)
Sunday, Jan. 18
Hula Bowl
At Wailuku, Maui

South vs. North, 11 a.m. (ESPN)


VOLLEYBALL

OIA All-Stars

Eastern Division boys

Player of the Year: Joseph Navares, Farrington, junior.

Co-Coaches of the Year: Erica Tumaneng, Farrington; Kaui Mendonca, Roosevelt.

First team

Joseph Navares, Farrington, junior; Poyer Pola, Farrington, senior; Michael Padua, Roosevelt, senior; Neal Hong, Kalaheo, senior; Kevin Batubacal, McKinley, senior; Justin Miranda, Castle, senior; Kaimi Guerrero, Kalaheo, freshman; Jeremy Young, Roosevelt, junior.

Second team

Kendall Wong, Roosevelt, senior; Jared Yamamoto, Roosevelt, senior; Macray Kamaunu, Farrington, junior; Issac Manutai, Kahuku, senior; Buck Caroll, Kalaheo, senior; Francis Mapuhi, Kahuku, senior.

Honorable mention

Larson Drew, Castle; Puletua Fili, Farrington; Angel Hill, Farrington; Nestor Rivera, Farrington; Damien Kekahuna, Kahuku; Justin Lui, Kailua; Travis Yamamoto, Kaimuki; Joseph Park, McKinley; Chucky Leopoldo, McKinley; Maulia LaBarre, Roosevelt; Johathan Chong, Roosevelt.

All-Tournament Team

Joseph Vierra, Leilehua, senior; Poyer Poia, Farrington, senior; Dax Fiatoa, Moanalua, sophomore; Michael Padua, Roosevelt, senior; Herwin Cortez, Pearl City, senior; Brady Marinas, Waianae, senior.

Western Division boys

Player of the Year: Joseph Vierra, Leilehua, senior.

Coach of the Year: Reid Shigemasa, Pearl City.

First team

Joseph Vierra, Leilehua, senior; Carl Laa, Nanakuli, senior; Dax Fiatoa, Moanalua, sophomore; Herwin Cortez, Pearl City, senior; Chad Navarro, Nanakuli, senior; Roger Cordeiro, Waianae, junior.

Second team

Brady Marinas, Waianae, senior; Togiai Tarrant, Moanalua, sophomore; Matthew Hines, Pearl City, senior; Bryson Martin, Pearl City, sophomore; Wade Nakamura, Aiea, senior; Tanu Taumua, Moanalua, senior.

Honorable mention

Darwin Bayani, Waipahu; Jonathan Quindica, Waianae; Elijah Tiqui, Pearl City; Michael Tawney, Nanakuli; Dustin Daniel, Mililani; Jay Boucher, Mililani; Renferd Angel, Mililani; Upu Coffin, Aiea.

Eastern Division girls

Player of the Year: Meghan Hamilton, Kaiser.

Coach of the Year: Willette Andrade, Kaiser.

First team

Aubrey Porter, Roosevelt, senior; Meghan Hamilton, Kaiser; Nohealani Hirahara, McKinley, senior; Kahealani AhYat, McKinley, senior; Christine Gora, McKinley, senior; Teisa Fotu, Kahuku, sophomore; Jayme Takahashi, Roosevelt, senior; Lelau Meatoga, Kahuku, senior.

Second team

Nicolle Kaaina, Kaimuki, junior; Hauoli Hoopii, Roosevelt, sophomore; Chantilly Malava, Kaimuki, sophomore; Kuuipo Simeona, Roosevelt, senior; S. Kalei Teves, Roosevelt, senior; Trisha Koizumi, McKinley, junior; Jadee Tanabe, Kalani, freshman; Michelle Isa, Kailua, freshman.

Honorable mention

Alisa Hyun, McKinley; Nicole Paiva, Kalani; Brynne Moriyama, Kalani; Keiki Doo, Kaiser; Jennifer Lee, Kaiser; Laura Imai, Kaimuki; Cheriesse Shiroma, Kaimuki; Ranei Asuega, Kaimuki; Brady Choy-Fu, Kailua; Shantel Gago, Kahuku; Marvel Mau, Kahuku; Ariane Fonoimoaana, Kahuku; Malia Navalta, Kahuku; Malia Navalta, Kahuku; Robyn Afe, Farrington; Elisapeta Talia, Farrington; Regina Salis, Castle; Rene Shimabukuro, Castle; Momi Horner, Castle.

Western Division girls

Player of the Year: Kailey Reyes, Aiea.

Coach of the Year: Blythe Yamamoto, Aiea.

First team

Kailey Reyes, Aiea, senior; Tamara Moe, Pearl City, senior; Kahealani Reinhardt, Waianae, senior; Sabrina Kapesi, Radford, junior; Kaala Lo, Mililani, freshman; Kaci Yonemori, Mililani, senior; Shantel Kaanaana, Pearl City, senior.

Second team

Morrisha Luis, Pearl City, senior; Samantha Lorenzo, Waianae, senior; Shawna Kaleohi, Pearl City, senior; Jackie Manuma, Radford, sophomore; Mena Vaana, Pearl City, junior; Lani Gatoloai, Waipahu, senior.

Honorable mention

Iwi Parker, Aiea; Jacelyn Reyes, Aiea; Hokulani De Guy, Aiea; Rose Curran, Campbell; Frances Gonzaga, Leilehua; Sharon Agduyang, Leilehua; Michelle Taeu, Mililani; Uilani Fletcher, Moanalua; Lorraine Pascua, Pearl City; Kim Ingano, Pearl City; Natasha Rivera, Radford; Leilani Kuhaulua, Waianae.

All-Tournament Team

Kailey Reyes, Aiea, senior; Tamara Moe, Pearl City, senior; Meghan Hamilton, Kaiser, senior; Kahealani AhYat, McKinley, senior; Nohealani Hirahara, McKinley, senior; Morrysha Luis, Pearl City, senior.



OIA

All-Tournament Team

Offensive Player of the Year: Kana Kawai, Waianae, senior.

Defensive Player of the Year: Lauvale Sape, Leilehua, senior.

Special Teams Players of the Year: Ikaika Sanborn, Leilehua, senior; Jack Ioane, Campbell, snior.

Coach of the Year: Leo Taaca, Waianae.

First-team offense

Quarterback: Kana Kawai, Waianae, senior. Running backs: West Keliikipi, Waianae, senior; Talamoni Talamoni, Kahuku, junior. Wide receivers: Mark Acidera, Campbell, senior; Zachery Lui, McKinley, junior. Tight end: Joseph Fotu, Kahuku, senior. Linemen: Nahina Tuinei, Waianae, senior; Jimmy Liu, Leilehua, senior; Mosi Fonoti, Waianae, senior; Desmond Kuresa, Waipahu, senior; Aukuso Tuiolemoto, McKinley, senior.

First-team offense

Backs: Nate Jackson, Waianae, senior; Kerwin DeMello, Campbell, senior; Seneca Oshiro, Waipahu, senior; Doug Roberts, McKinley, senior. Linebackers: Robby Takara, Campbell, senior; Winston Keliikipi, Waianae, senior; Solofua Moananu, McKinley, senior. Linemen: Lauvale Sape, Leilehua, senior; White Sosene, Waianae, senior; Mark Muasau, Campbell, senior; Kainoa Evangelista, Waianae, senior.

Second-team offense

Quarterback: Rodney Tavui, Campbell, senior. Running backs: Kamuela Black, Waianae, senior; John West, Leilehua, senior. Wide receivers: Colin Santos, Waipahu, senior; Keala Noda, Campbell, junior. Tight end: Sam Koahou, Waianae, senior. Linemen: Siuaki Livai, Kahuku, junior; Jesse Thompson, Kahuku, senior; George Willing, Campbell, junior; Vincent Manuwai, Farrington, junior; Tuufuli Masoe, Kahuku, junior.

Second-team defense

Backs: Stephen Pasion, Campbell, junior; Pali Lua, Kahuku, senior; Ronnie Arindain, Leilehua, senior. Linebackers: Joey Raquino, Leilehua, senior; Napalikuho Kahalepuna, Kahuku, senior; Jack Ioane, Campbell, senior. Linemen: Stanford Evaimalo, Waianae, senior; Lui Faga, Waipahu, senior; Tiloi Lolotai, Kahuku, senior; Keoni Fraser, Kailua, senior.

Honorable mention

Quarterbacks: Charles Napulou, McKinley; Robert Thompson, Kahuku. Running backs: Camerson Watson, Leilehua; Andreas Manumaleuna, Kahuku. Wide receiver: Ikaiki Sanborn, Leilehua. Tight ends: Phillip Sarono, Waianae; Parker Alo, McKinley. Offensive linemen: Walter Young, Waianae; Aoniutea Tuiolemoto, Leilehua; Kawika Wright-Soma, Campbell.

Defensive backs: Deshean Garrett, Leilehua; Micha Molina, Waianae; Dyron Kelly, Mililani. Linebackers: Shane Alfar, Mililani; Anson Thompson, Waianae; Joshua AhYou, Kahuku; Michael Viloria, Campbell. Defensive linemen: Major Salanoe, Kahuku; Jimmy Timoteo, Leilehua; Kale Williamson, Farrington; Lance Samuseva, Farrington; Justin Daniels, Leilehua; Gabriel Padayao, Campbell.


RUNNING

Diamond Head 8K

Yesterday's results

Men overall

1. Ashley Dustow, 27:42. 2. Mark Shorter, 28:25. 3. Roger Plamondon, 29:18.

Women overall

1. Connie Comiso-Fanelli, 32:42. 2. Angela Plamondon, 33:19. 3. Virginia Shepherd, 40:53.

Boys 10-14--1. AJ Wilson, 31:43. Boys 15-19--1. Joel Phillips, 30:18. Men 20-24--1. Andres Dingvall, 40:36. Men 25-29--1. David Schwartz, 33:21. 2. David Pangelinan, 33:46. 3. David Guarriello, 36:26. Men 30-34--1. Darris Smedshammer, 30:57. 2. Rex Mitchell, 32:30. 3. Bryan Martin, 35:54. Men 35-39--1. Soran Alneberg, 30:59. 2. Nobuo Watanabe, 34:38. 3. Chet Blanton, 35:18. Men 40-44--1. Kurt Satterstrom, 30:35. 2. Hiroshi Baba, 30:51. 3. Conswin Sato, 32:55.

Men 45-49--1. Uwe Plogman, 38:14. 2. Terry Rice, 40:03. Men 50-54--1. Jim Gibbons, 29:37. 2. Ron Pate, 31:33. 3. Glenn Perry, 47:01. Men 55-59--1. Henry Richmond, 33:41. 2. Dave Davenot, 35:27. 3. Dale Bellamy, 39:33. Men 60-64--1. Karl Mildenberger, 36:38. 2. Frank Wallace, 39:41. 3. Bart Mathias, 40:13. Men 65-69--1. Limu Furtado, 46:15. Men 70-74--1. John Humphrey, 40:39. Men 75-79--1. Naota Inada, 47:51. 2. Martin Sherman, 1:07:14. 3. Bill Beauchamp, 1:24:05.

Women 20-24--1. Katy Otto, 47:33. Women 25-29--1. Reuvena Dayan. 2. Taya Kaufenberg, 44:41. Women 30-34--1. Marsha Durbin. Women 35-39--Marcy Fleming, 43:50. 2. Kay Bacon, 46:13. 3. Patricia Case, 48:00. Women 70-74--1. Ellen Humphrey, 46:22.

Walkers--1. Robyn McMullin, 1:01:54.


RIFLERY

State Championship

NRA Open 3-Position Smallbore

At St. Louis Rifle Range

Saturday's results

Individual match

1. Jonathan Wenska, 559. 2. Travis Look, 556. 3. Benton Enomoto, 548.

Sharpshooter--1. Kristopher Schlund, 546. Marksman--1. Kenny Tong, 519. Unclassified--1. Ryan Tanoue, 496.

Team match

1. St. Louis Gold (Jonathan Wenska, Travis Look, Kristopher Schlund, Jennifer Ma), 2,206.

Sharpshooter--St. Louis Silver (Kenny Tong, Nathan Wharton, LaRae Calizar, Ivan Yoshioka), 2,009.


BASEBALL

Oahu Senior AJA

Yesterday's result

At Hans L'Orange Park

Sheridan 10, Wahiawa 3



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