Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, August 11, 1999

UH sailing teams ranked

The Hawaii coed and women's sailing teams are both ranked in Sailing World's first polls of the season.

The women's team is ranked No. 9. Dartmouth is No. 1.

In the coed rankings, Hawaii is 14th, while St. Mary's is No. 1

The seasons for both team,s begin Oct. 2.

Flick's triple lifts Hawaii over Chicago

Jacob Flick's two-run triple in the seventh inning lifted Hawaii to a 7-6 victory over Chicago in the Little League Big League (16-18 year olds) World Series yesterday at Tucson, Ariz.

Hawaii is 1-1 in the double-elimination tournament after losing to Florida, 11-9, on Monday.

Schofield's Dampier ranked 15th, 18th

Michael Dampier, 10, of Schofield Barracks, is ranked nationally after competing in the National Track and Field Championships in Omaha, Neb.

Dampier, son of Sgt. Gustavas Dampier and June Dampier, is ranked 15th in the 800 meters with a time of 2 minutes, 35.95 seconds, and 18th in the 400-meter event, with a time of 1:07.17 in the Bantam Boys division.

Hawaii kayakers earn spots on World Team

Hawaii kayakers Kathy Colin, Mahealani Lum, Christina Turney and Peter Newton all earned berths on the World Team that will compete in Milan Italy later this month.

All managed to win gold, silver and bronze medals at the just completed Nationals held at Lake Placid, NY.

The World Sprints is a pre-qualifier for the 2000 Olympics that will be held in Sydney, Australia.

Final results.

Kathy Colin (Kailua): K1 2nd 200 meters 44:49.

Kathy Colin/Tamara Jenkins(Seattle): K2 team boat 1st 200meters 40:25; K4 1st 500meters 1:47.72

Mahealani Lum (Waimanalo) Christina Turney(Kaimuki): K2 team boat 3rd 500 meters 1:53.13

Lum, Turney, Julia Surzano(Atlanta), Alexandra Harbold(Seattle): K4 team boat 1st 200 meters 38:62; K4 1st 500 meters 1:42.93

Peter Newton (Honolulu), Angel Perez (Miami): K2 team boat 1st 500 meters 35:55

Newton, Perez, Stein Jorgensen(San Diego), John Mooney (Portland, Ore.): K4 team boat 1st 200 meters 31:80; K4 team boat 1st 500 meters 3:10.

Hawaii Warriors take Sportsmanship Award

The Hawaii Warriors 11-under team reached the Final 12 championship round in the AAU National Championship Baseball Tournament at Orlando, Fla., before being eliminated.

The Warriors won the Tournament Sportsmanship Award.

Kailua Bay Men's Iron Challenge scheduled

Kailua Canoe Club will hold its fifth annual Kailua Bay Men's Iron Challenge on Saturday, Aug. 21, at Kailua Beach Park.

There will be no crew changes in the 9.5-mile race, which starts at 9 a.m. Registration is at 7 a.m.

The race is sanctioned by the Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association and is part of this year's official roster of long-distance races.

Na Koa dinner Aug. 21

The Na Koa Club football fund-raiser dinner will be held Aug. 21 at the Stan Sheriff Center. Former Hawaii head coach Larry Price will be the emcee. The guest speaker is run-and-shoot guru Mouse Davis.

Tables of 10 will go for $1,000. Individual guests can attend by paying $110 each. The money raised will help fund the UH football team's training table.

A no-host cocktail begins at 6 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. For more information, contact Ben Yee at 956-4513 or 734-6194. Checks should be made out to the Na Koa Football Club and mailed to the football office on lower campus road.

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