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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, July 8, 1999

CALENDAR

Today

Baseball

American Legion: Castle vs. West Oahu, 7 p.m., Hans L'Orange Field.



Tomorrow

Baseball

American Legion: Kalani vs. Sabers, 4:30 p.m., Hawaii Kai vs. Waipahu, to follow, Hans L'Orange Field.

Basketball

NCAA Summer League: Hawaiian Super Prix vs. Central Medical Clinic, 6 p.m.; Honolulu Ford vs. Gaspro, 7:30 p.m., Kaimuki High School gym.

Golf

Manoa Cup: Quarterfinal round, 7 a.m., Oahu Country Club.


GOLF

Manoa Cup

At Oahu Country Club

First round

Upper bracket
: Brandan Kop def. Dan Nomura, 7 and 6; Edson Nakanishi def. Paul Loui, 1-up, 19th; Del-Marc Fujita def. Kimo Greene (default); Norman-Ganin Asao def. Richard Teruya, 7 and 5; Kendall Fukumoto def. Phil Morton, 2-up; Scott Kunimura def. Jack Omuro, 4 and 2.

Ryan Nakata def. Tom Goodbody, 1- up; Aki Matsumura def. Michael Inoshita, 2 and 1; Sam Oishi def. Eric Yasunaga, 3 and 2; Paul Kimura def. Cyrus Okino, 6 and 5; Damien Victorino def. Raymond Tendo, 5 and 3; Tommy Kim def. David Toyota, 1-up, 21st; Phil Anamizu def. Harry Abaya, 1-up, 20th; Eric Molina def. Louie Freitas, 1-up; Michael Goto def. Ken Watanabe, 2 and 1.

Lower bracket: Joey Tadeo def. Curtis Kono, 7 and 6; Chuck Kozak def. Sean Olena, 5 and 4; Todd Rego def. Dennis Sasai, 1-up; Tony Okano def. Blaine Kimura, 2-up; Shane Hoshino def. David Uyehara, 2-up; Darrell Yamagata def. Jarret Young, 3 and 1; Shawn Tanoue def. Wally Sahara, 1-up; Kevin Goto def. Yusuke Aonuma, 1-up.

Steve Macdonald def. Joe Phengsavath, 1-up; Sean Sadaoka def. Ralph DeWitt, 5 and 4; Jason Kage def. Darin Kurasaki, 2 and 1; Fred Hanamoto def. Elmer Tadley, 1-up, 20th; Hank Tominaga def. Brent Sugahara, 3 and 1; Doug Williams def. Christian Akau, 3 and 2; Gundy Jones def. Jim Wiecking, 6 and 4; Stuart Gilleres def. Dan Matsumura.

Second round

Upper bracket: Kop def. Nakanishi, 5 and 4; Asao def. Fujita, 2-up; Fukumoto def. Kunimura, 3 and 2; Nakata def. Matsumura, 3 and 2; Kimura def. Oishi, 5 and 3; Kim def. Victorino, 5 and 3; Doi def. Anamizu, 5 and 4; Molina def. M. Goto, 6 and 5.

Lower bracket: Tadeo def. Kozak, 1 -up, 21st; Okano def. Rego, 2 and 1; Hoshino def. Yamagata, 4 and 3; K. Goto def. Tanoue, 3 and 2; Sadaoka def. Macdonald, 1-up; Hanamoto def. Kage, 4 and 3; Williams def. Tominaga, 4 and 3; Jones def. Gilleres, 1-up, 22nd.



Oahu Junior Golf Association

At Bayview Golf Course

Boys 11-12 (par 60)
Cole Cheng, 33-33--66
Corey Bartlett, 34-32--66
Ryan Hirata, 36-31--67
Travis Toyama, 34-33--67
Reyn Tanaka, 35-34--69
Bronson Maluenda, 34-40--74
Scott Seki, 39-39--78
Dane Serikaku, 42-43--85
Scott Chulakote, 44-49--93

Girls 11-12 (par 60)
Ashley Yamaguchi, 35-36--71
Kayla Morinaga, 35-38--73
Sara Yamamoto, 39-39--78
Mari Chun, 37-44--81
Tiffany Takao, 41-45--86
Megan Sakamoto, 37-51--88
Meagan Miyasaka, 49-51--100

Boys 10 and under (par 57)
Colton Knedler, 33-33--66
Ryan Thommes, 32-35--67
Jonathan Kobayashi, 35-32--67
Alex Ching, 36-35--71
Ryan Hironaka, 38-39--77
Travis Inouye, 41-37--78
Jared Sawada, 41-37--78
Haku Maluenda, 41-39--80
Chase Moses, 44-40--84
Ryan Yoshida, 51-48--99

Girls 10 and under (par 57)
Stephanie Kono, 34-36--70
Brittany Austin, 35-37--72
Britney Choy, 33-40--73
Miya Argent, 40-37--77



KSJGA Kauai qualifier

Sunday's results

The following qualified for the Callaway Hawaii Sate Junior Championship:

Girls

Lehua Wise 85; Stephanie Shinno 87; Robyn Caycayon 93; Shelcie Takenouchi 95; Jasmine Ornellas 107; Jennis Pleas 108.

Boys

18 and under--Juston Thomas 75; Ka'ua Aranio 76; Darrin Furusho 77; A.J. Basuel 78; Kurt Inouye 73; Chris Caycayon 79; Landon Peeren 79; Erick Wong 80; Shawn Kyono 80; Stephen Peeren 83.

14 and under--Jordan Cox 85; Kellen Watabu 90; Mason Koetje 90. (Watabu wins in playoff.)



Local ace

Ben Chun, Los Angeles: 155-yard No. 15 hole, 5-iron, Pali Golf Course, July 7.


SUMO

Nagoya Grand Tournament

At Nagoya, Japan

Day 5
Wakanoyama (5-0) d. Tokitsuumi (3-2)
Ganyu (2-3) d. Terao (3-2)
Wakanojo (1-4) d. Kotoryu (3-2)
Kotonowaka (4-1) d. Yotsukasa (2-3)
Tochinowaka (2-3) d. Daizen (0-5)
Ohinode (2-3) d. Hamanoshima (1-4)
Kyokutenho (4-1) d. Shikishima (3-2)
Tamakasuga (3-2) d. Asanosho (3-2)
Aogiyama (3-2) d. Kyokushuzan (3-2)
Kaiho (3-2) d. Higonoumi (1-4)
Musoyama (3-2) d. Takatoriki (1-4)
Minatofuji (2-3) d. Toki (0-5)
Tochiazuma (4-1) d. Kaio (2-3)
Dejima (4-1) d. Akinoshima (1-4)
Chiyotaikai (4-1) d. Wakanosato (0-5)
Takanonami (4-1) d. Chiyotenzan (0-5)
Akebono (5-0) d. Kotonishiki (2-3)
Takanohana (4-1) d. Miyabiyama (1-4)
Musashimaru (4-1) d. Tosanoumi (3-2)


RUNNING

World mile progressions

Since Roger Bannister broke the four-minute barrier in 1954:

May 6, 1954--Roger Bannister, Britain, 3 minutes, 59.4 seconds, at Oxford, England.
June 21, 1954--John Landy, New Zealand, 3:58.0, Turku, Finland.
July 19, 1957--Derek Ibbotson, Britain, 3:57.2, London.
Aug. 6, 1958--Herb Elliott, Australia, 3:54.5, Dublin, Ireland.
Jan. 27, 1962--Peter Snell, New Zealand, 3:54.4, Wanqanui, New Zealand.
Nov. 17, 1964--Peter Snell, New Zealand, 3:54.1, Auckland, New Zealand.
June 9, 1965--Michel Jazy, France, 3:53.6, Rennes, France.
July 17, 1966--Jim Ryun, United States, 3:51.3, Berkeley, Calif.
June 23, 1967--Jim Ryun, United States, 3:51.1, Bakersfield, Calif.
May 17, 1975--Filbert Bayi, Tanzania, 3:51.0, Kingston, Jamaica.
Aug. 12, 1975--John Walker, New Zealand, 3:49.4, Goteborg, Sweden.
July 17, 1979--Sebastian Coe, Britain, 3:49.0, Oslo, Norway.
July 19, 1980--Steve Ovett, Britain, 3:48.8, Oslo, Norway.
Aug. 19, 1981--Sebastian Coe, Britain, 3:48.53, Zurich, Switzerland.
Aug. 26, 1981--Steve Ovett, Britain, 3:48.40, Koblenz, Germany.
Aug. 28, 1981--Sebastian Coe, Britain, 3:47.33, Brussels, Belgium.
July 27, 1985--Steve Cram, Britain, 3:46.32, Oslo, Norway.
Sept. 5, 1993--Noureddine Morceli, Algeria, 3:44.39, Rieti, Italy.
July 7, 1999--Hicham El Guerrouj, Morocco, 3:43.13, Rome.


AUTO RACING

CART Championship Series

Schedule, and driver point standings:
Race wunners in parentheses

March 21--Marlboro Grand Prix, Homestead, Fla. (Greg Moore)
April 10--Firestone Firehawk 500, Motegi, Japan (Adrian Fernandez).
April 18--Toyota Grand Prix, Long Beach, Calif. (Juan Montoya)
May 2--Bosch Spark Plug Grand Prix, Nazareth, Pa. (Juan Montoya)
May 15--Rio 400, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Juan Montoya).
May 29--Motorola 300, Madison, Ill. (Michael Andretti)
June 6--Miller Lite 200, West Allis, Wis. (Paul Tracy)
June 20--Budweiser-G.I. Joe's 200, Portland, Ore. (Gil de Ferran)
June 27--Medic Drug Grand Prix, Cleveland (Juan Montoya).
July 11--Texaco-Havoline 200, Elkhart Lake, Wis.
July 18--Molson Indy, Toronto.
July 25--U.S. 500, Brooklyn, Mich.
Aug. 8--Tenneco Automotive Grand Prix, Detroit.
Aug. 15--Miller Lite 200, Lexington Ohio.
Aug. 22--Target Grand Prix, Chicago.
Sept. 5--Molson Indy, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Sept. 12--Texaco-Havoline 300, Monterey, Calif.
Sept. 26--Texaco Grand Prix, Houston.
Oct. 17--Honda Indy, Surfers Paradise, Australia.
Oct. 31--Marlboro 500, Fontana, Calif.

Driver standings

1. Juan Montoya, 112; 2. Gil de Ferran, 87; 3. Dario Franchitti, 85; 4. Michael Andretti, 78; 5. Greg Moore, 69; 6. Adrian Fernandez, 65; 7. Christian Fittipaldi, 62; 8. Paul Tracy, 58; 9. Max Papis, 41; 10. Jimmy Vasser, 34.

11. Bryan Herta, 23; 12. P.J. Jones, 28; 13. Patrick Carpentier, 28; 14. Roberto Moreno, 26; 15. Tony Kanaan, 26; 16. Helio Castro-Neves, 21; 17. Cristiano da Matta, 16; 18. Mauricio Gugelmin, 13; 19. Al Unser, Jr. 12; 20. Robby Gordon, 9.


COLLEGE SPORTS

World University Games

Medals table

		G	S	B	Tot
Russia		12	7	6	25
United States	11	2	8	21
Japan		4	4	5	13
Ukraine		2	5	4	11
China		2	4	6	12
Australia	2	3	2	7
Belarus		2	2	0	4
Czech Republic	2	2	0	4
Romania		2	2	0	4
Cuba		2	1	1	4
Italy		1	6	2	9
Spain		1	0	2	3
South Africa	1	0	1	2
South Korea	0	2	2	4
France		0	2	1	3
Canada		0	1	2	3
Austria		0	1	0	1
Israel		0	1	0	1
Poland		0	0	2	2
Britain		0	0	1	1
Germany		0	0	1	1
Switzerland	0	0	1	1



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