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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, July 11, 2001



GETTING DOWN -- AND OUT

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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARBULLETIN.COM
Above, Iolani's Reed Tanaka was forced out
at the plate before Owls catcher Matt Inouye
overthrew first base to yield a pair of runs in an
American Legion baseball game at Mid-Pacific
yesterday. Iolani's Blaine Umeda, below, contributed
a two-run homer to the cause. He later hit a three-run
homer, but his team still lost to Mid-Pac 11-7.
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Mauna Lani wins
silver in JOs

Mauna Lani Local Motion finished second in the 17-under girls club division of the USA Junior Olympic Volleyball Championships in Salt Lake City last week.

The Hawaii team went 8-1 in Gold Division pool play, losing to Asics Nova, 17-25, 25-16, 15-12, in the championship match.

Named to the all-tournament team were Alicia Arnott and Kanoe Kamana'o.

Hawaii Warriors third at Junior Olympics

The Hawaii Warriors 17-and-under boys team claimed the bronze medal in the Gold Division at the USA Junior Olympic Volleyball Championships in Phoenix on Monday.

The Warriors lost in the semifinals to eventual national champion Club Dinos of Canada, 25-22, 23-25, 15-12.

Four Warriors were honored on the All-Tournament Team.

Named as first-team All-Americans were Ricky Estrada and Bryson Metz. Kui Tolentino and Jacob Reis earned honorable mention honors.

In other divisions, the Outrigger Canoe Club 14s and 17s both finished fifth while Team Hawaiian Islands was fifth in the 15-under competition. Named all-tournament from the Outrigger 17s was Max Dewolff.



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the [Scoreboard] section.



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