Two former Hawaii Rainbows--all-purpose player Eddie Klaneski and quarterback Tim Carey--have joined the Hawaii Hammerheads for the upcoming Professional Indoor Football League season.
Klaneski, a two-time All-Western Athletic Conference selection, will be a defensive back and wide receiver for the Hammerheads. Carey is expected to back up starting quarterback Brian Ah Yat.
Tickets are on sale at Blaisdell Arena for the Hammerheads' eight-game home schedule, which begins with an April 17 game against the Mississippi Firedogs at Blaisdell.
For ticket sales information, call 591-2211.
Monzon top PacWest pitcherHawaii Pacific freshman Jennifer Monzon, who had a 4-0 record and 0.69 earned run average last week, was named the Pacific West Conference Pitcher of the Week yesterday.
Monzon, 12-1 overall with a 0.46 ERA, beat BYU-Hawaii twice last week and also won both ends of a doubleheader against Cal State Bakersfield.
Sea Warriors 18thThe Hawaii Pacific softball team, 23-2-1 through games of last Sunday, is ranked No. 18 nationally in the weekly National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II Top 25 poll.
The Sea Warriors had 66 points in the voting by eight coaches from eight NCAA Division II regions.
Kennesaw (Ga.) State (29-1) was No. 1 with 198 points.
Wahine basketball banquetThe Hawaii Wahine basketball banquet will be held April 11 at the Hawaiian Regent Hotel starting at 6:30 p.m.
The cost is $35 per adult. For further information or to make reservations, call 956-4507.
Surf winnersFred Patacchia Jr. won the open men's and pro junior titles in the National Scholastic Surfing Association's Hurley Hawaiian Regional and Power Junior Pro Championships last weekend at V-Land, one of the North Shore's renowned breaks.
Sena Seramur captured the open women's title after a week of competition among more than 200 surfers.
Kawika Stillwell (open juniors) and Hank Gaskell (open boys, explorer menehune) also claimed major titles.