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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Sunday, July 1, 2001



CALENDAR

Today

Baseball

Best of the West Classic: Consolation championship, noon; championship, 3 p.m., Aloha Stadium.

Little League: 9-10 Year Old State Tournament, Pool A third place vs. Pool B third place, 11:30 a.m.; Pool A second place vs. Pool B second place, 1:45 p.m.; Pool A first place vs. Pool B first place, 4 p.m., Puuiki Park, Waialua.

Paddling

Hui Wa'a: Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i Regatta, 8:30 a.m., Maili Beach

SAILING

Kalakaua Cup: Race 2, Olympic triangle race, Kaneohe Bay.



Tomorrow

Basketball

ILH Boys Summer League: Damien vs. Raiders, 7 p.m.; Mid-Pacific vs. University High, 8 p.m.; Punahou vs. Iolani-2, 9 p.m., Iolani H.S. Gym.

Golf

Aloha State Games: 11:30 a.m. check-in, noon start, Barbers Point Course.


BASKETBALL

NCAA Summer League

Central Medical Clinic 109, Electricians Hawaii 105

Gaspro 99, Honolulu Ford 68

Leading scorers-CMC: Kerri Hendrickson 22, Alvin Stephenson 20; EH: Kawika Smith 25; Gas: Nash Subotic 26, Nick Spajic 24; HF: Ryan Hogue 16.



Basketball in Paradise

Friday's results

Iolani 53, Oklahoma II 50

Oklahoma III 51, Hawaii Raiders 49

Hawaii All-Stars 58, Oklahoma I 30

End-of-the-Oregon-Trail

At Portland, Ore.

NW Sagebrush 37, Kalakaua 36

High scorers: Christine Sierra 8 points, Elyse Umeda 8, Wendy Kashiwabara 6, Ginger Gravelle 6.

Kalakaua 56, South Bay Steel 21

High scorers: Elyse Umeda 14, Diane Okubo 10, Adriann Gin 8, Anu MacFarlane 8.


TRIATHLON

Jamba Juice Mountainman

At Waimea Falls Park

500 meter swim, 20 kilometer bike, 5K run

Men

Overall: 1. Peter Hursty 1 hour, 24 minutes, 6 seconds; 2. Chris Tang, 1:26:51; 3. Brent Ruegamer, 1:31:53.

15-19: 1. Daniel Velasco, 1:38:33; 2. Felipe Von Sydow, 1:58:10; 3. Enrique Nieves, 2:03:10.

20-24: 1. Sergio De Oliveira, 1:44:23; 2. Kevin O'Neal, 1:47:43; 3. Glenn Lamosao, 1:56:54.

25-29: 1. Roger Busch, 1:33:24; 2. Jeffrey harten 1:38:24; 3. Jon Chun, 1:38:38.

30-34: 1. Lou Ortiz, 1:32:35; 2. Jaco Van Delden 1:36:01; 3. Bryan Benitez-Nelson, 1:36:12.

35-39: 1. Paul Davis, 1:39:01; 2. Dave Tartko, 1:40:23; 3. Rick Caroselli, 1:45:25.

40-44: 1. Joseph Zwack, 1:35:06; 2. Gerry Clark, 1:40:28; 3. Joe Daneau, 1:48:54.

45-49: 1. Steve Cole, 1:46:38; 2. Donnie McGean, 1:49:59; 3. Thomas Armstrong, 1:57:43.

50-54: 1. James Temple, 2:13:53; 2. Jim Erisman, 2:18:45; 3. Randall Stansfield, 2:35:57.

55-59: 1. David Kerr, 2:18:33; 2. Pete Meindertsma, 2:28:19; 3. Michael Richardson, 2:48:18.

60-over: 1. Dan Walker, 2:33:46.

Women

Overall: 1. Lindsay price, 1:50:53; 2. Rhonda Poutney 1:52:00; 3. Connie Abram, 1:52:31.

15-19: 1. Allegra Erisman, 2:02:14.

20-24: 1. Samantha Khoo, 2:04:05; 2. Lindsay Taylor, 2:15:48; 3. Tulsi McCarthy, 2:26:05.

25-29: 1. Heather Haynes, 1:55:23; 2. Kelly McGuire, 1:56:53; 3. Denise Nelson, 2:04:09.

30-34: 1. Blandine Willis, 2:03:50; 2. Carrie Hermstad, 2:15:14; 3. Jennifer Webb, 2:55:16.

35-39: 1. Sue Hughes, 1:53:05; 2. Marsha Durbin, 2:01:36; 3. Susie Szatkowski, 2:10:30.

45-49: 1. Lorna Erisman, 2:17:13; 2. Linda Moran, 2:59:32.

Relay

Men: 1. Magnus Weighton, Michael French and Christian Friis, 1:25:31; 2. Kelly Tam Sing, Ari McLaren, Kris Chatterjee, 1:47:32; 3. Harold Manley, Anthony Pryor and Jono Saunders, 1:52:15

Women: 1. Rhainne Kimbell, Amy Patz and Jenna Yancey, 1:52:53; 2. Kimberly Woodward, Kimberly Larson and Kimberly Neilson, 2:13:48; 3. Lindsey Rothbaum, Elaina Malaki and Jennifer Grems, 2:16:57.

Mixed: Brigitte Egbert, Ray Brust and Bob Egbert, 1:23:29; 2. Ainslee Maskovijak, Robert Myint and Angelina Campos, 1:42:33; 3. Malia Lageman, Guy Lageman and Matt Fuller, 1:50:55.


PADDLING

Paddle Into Summer

At North Shore

Canoes, long course (11 miles)

Men

39 and under: 1. Raven Aipa, 1:35:59; 2. Eric Levora, 1:38:14; 3. Patrick Kaawaloa, 1:38:24.

40-over: 1. Tomas Schlotman, 1:37:01; 2. Stephen Holbrook, 1:39:29; 3. Sam Alama, 1:41:47.

Women

40-over: 1. Colleen McCormick, 2:26:22.

Canoes, short course (7 miles)

Open men: 1. Barry Tantog, 1:07:26; 2. Charles Tantog, 1:11:17; 3. Ama Amantiad, 1:11:33.

Open women:1. Folly Murdock, 1:32:31; 2. Mary Dubikel, 1:34:58; 3. Kari Jo Hawkinson, 1:38:33.

Paddleboard

Open men, long course: 1. Jamie Mitchell, 1:54:45; 2. Jimmy Austin, 1:57:36; 3. Matthew Dubrule, 1:57:48.

Open men short couse: 1. Aaron Napoleon, 1:18:00; 2. Victor Hemmy, 1:18:01; 3. Brian Rocheleau, 1:22:47.

Open women: 1. McKenzie Kym, 1:49:01.

Kayak

Open men, long course: 1. Kenny Rust, 1:37:03; 2. Wayne German, 1:38:20; 3. Jay White, 1:47:05.

Open men short course: 1. Kai Vetterli, 1:19:48.


GOLF

Oahu Junior Tournament

At Turtle Bay Country Club

Boys 11-12
Final round, par-142
Michael Jay Sato 75-72 -- 147
Haku Maluenda 79-81 -- 160
Jared Sawada 80-80 -- 160
Mason Davis 83-81 -- 164
Samuel Denn 92-91 -- 183
Scott Cummings 91-96 -- 187
Bryce Yamaguchi 105-93 -- 198
Jordan Onuma 101-106 -- 207



Buy.Com Knoxville Open

At Knoxville, Tenn.

Purse: $425,000
Third round, par-72, top 15
Heath Slocum 64-68-65 -- 197
Don Pooley 68-67-66 -- 201
Joe Daley 70-65-66 -- 201
John Wilson 71-65-66 -- 202
Chris Wollmann 70-67-65 -- 202
David Gossett 68-67-68 -- 203
Bo Van Pelt 66-67-70 -- 203
Patrick Burke 70-70-64 -- 204
Morris Hatalsky 71-67-66 -- 204
Matt Peterson 68-68-69 -- 204
Jay Delsing 68-67-69 -- 204
Sonny Skinner 64-70-70 -- 204
Brad Fabel 67-67-70 -- 204
Keoke Cotner 70-70-66 -- 206
John Rollins 72-68-67 -- 207
Bob Heintz 70-69-68 -- 207
Charles Raulerson 67-72-68 -- 207
David J White 68-72-67 -- 207
Tim O’Neal 68-70-69 -- 207
Jonathan Byrd 71-67-69 -- 207
Shane Bertsch 69-72-66 -- 207


UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS

Izumo Taisha Mission of Hawaii Invitational: July 3, 11 a.m., registration and lunch, noon shotgun start, Honolulu Country Club. Format: Double Peoria. Fee: $125 per player, includes lunch, awards banquet, cap and two mulligans. Information: 538-7778.

World Junior Masters Championship: July 3-5, 6:44 a.m., Mililani Golf Club. Competition in five categories for boys and girls ages 7 to 8. Information: 623-2222.

Kapolei Tournament: July 6, Kapolei Course. Fundraiser for the Kapolei High School athletic department. Information: Elden Esmeralda, 478-1140.

Hawaii Pacific University Tournament: July 10, noon shotgun start, Honolulu Country Club. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $100. Information: 255-5488.

Ronald McDonald House Golf Classic: July 10, noon, Mamala Bay course, Hickam AFB. Fee: $1,150 for a three-person gold team; $750 for a three-person silver team. Information: 973-5683, ext. 240.

AJA Senior Tournament: July 10, West Loch Course. Information: 595-2066.

NFL and College Hall of Fame Tournament: July 11, noon shotgun start, Ala Wai Golf Course. Format: Three-person modified scramble. Maximum handicap: Men 24, women 36. Information: 839-5575 or 423-1750.

Pua Melia: July 12-13, Olomana Golf Links. 25th anniversary event. Play in championship, A, B, C or D flights. Information: Aulani Morton, 737-2253.

Korean University Club Tournament: July 13, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, Leilehua Golf Course. Check-in: 11:30 a.m. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $255 per team. Deadline: June 30. Information:732-2217.

PAAC 47th Anniversary International Classic: July 20, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, Leilehua Golf Course. Fee: $175 per player, includes green fees, cart, lunch, door prize, two mulligans, free use of driving range and a one-year membership in the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council. Deadline: July 13. Information: 944-7780.

Drive "Fore" Damien Tournament: July 27, Noon shotgun, Pearl Country Club. Fee: $125 per player. Check-in: 10:30 a.m. Format: Three-person team scramble. Proceeds to benefit Damien Memorial High School's financial aid and scholarship programs. Information: 841-0196.

Kahuku High School Tournament: July 27, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, The Links at Kuilima. Check-in: 10:30 a.m. Format: Three-person modified team scramble. Fee: $100 per player. Information: 293-8950, ext. 223.

Maui Women's Invitational, July 28-29, 7:30 a.m., modified shotgun start, Waiehu Course, first round, and The Dunes at Maui Lani, final round. Entry fee: $90, includes green/cart fees for 2 days and awards luncheon. Maximum handicap 36. Must be 18 years old or older. Deadline: July 13. Limit 100 Players.Chip It In Tournament: July 30, noon shotgun start, Honolulu Country Club. Fee: $175, includes buffet lunch, snacks, awards banquet, door prizes, tee package (golf shirt and Aloha shirt from Mango Moon, and more). Check in: 9:30 to 11 a.m. Proceeds will benefit the University of Hawaii Foundation. Information: Anne Hunter, 592-4444 or Scott Harada, 956-6520.

"Big" Nick Ma'afala Benefit Tournament: Sept. 4, 11:30 a.m. shotgun start, Honolulu Country Club. Fee: $125. Deadline: Aug. 1. Format: Three-man scramble. Information: 423-2214, 389-8085 or 529-3694.

Kauai State Senior Open: Nov. 10-11, Kauai Lagoons Resort, Mokihana and Kiele courses. Open to senior golfers (over 50) and super seniors (over 60). Entry deadline is Nov. 1 and is limited to the first 144 entries. Fee: $200, includes green and cart fees, pupus, awards ceremony and buffet. Information: Alan Hill, (808) 822-2598.

Free Workshops: Aug. 18, Poipu Bay Golf Course, Kauai; Aug. 25, Leilehua Golf Course, Oahu; Sept. 15, Olomana Golf Course, Oahu. All workshops from 8:15 a.m. to noon. Rules, etiquette, equipment overview and club formation. Hosted by the Hawaii State Women's Golf Association. Information: 589-2046. E-mail: hswga@lava.net

Hawaii Kai Learning Center: One-, two- and three-day golf school, free clinics, Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m. Professional club fitting by Ping. Information and reservations: Abe Mariano, 383-0995, or Greg Bouchakian, 255-2232.

Holes-in-one

Nobuhiro Oya, Honolulu, No. 12, 142 yards, 8-iron, Kapolei Golf Course, June 10.

Darrin Matsumiya, Wahiawa, No. 12, 142 yards, 8-iron, Kapolei Golf Course, June 14.

George Mimura, Kaneohe, No. 12, 142 yards, 8-iron, Kapolei Golf Course, June 17.

Kelvin McKeague, Ewa Beach: No. 13, 147 yards, 9-iron, Bayview Golf Course, June 18.

George Yamaguchi, Honolulu, No. 12, 139 yards, 5-iron, West Loch Golf Course, June 23.

Joe Goldcamp, Kailua, No. 11, 172 yards, 8-iron, Oahu Country Club, June 24.

Russell Love, Ewa Beach, No. 17, 155 yards, 4-iron, Navy-Marine Golf Course, June 24.

Daniel Ono, Hawaii Kai, No. 2, 157 yards, 5-wood, Ala Wai Golf Course, June 26.

Stephanie Kono, Honolulu, No. 9, 219 yards, driver, Oahu Country Club, June 29.

Ken Mohica, Pupukea, No. 10, 174 yards, 4-iron, Hawaii Country Club, June 29.

Kekoa Soon, Hawaii Kai, No. 8, 143 yards, 6-iron, Hawaii Country Club, yesterday.

For listings

To get your tournament listed, call the Star-Bulletin sports department at 529-4784, or fax to 529-4787. Holes-in-one still have to be reported to the pro shop at the course played.



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