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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, July 25, 2001



CALENDAR

Today

Auto Racing

Team X-treme Challenge: Gates open at 6 p.m., Hawaii Raceway Park.

BASEBALL

Little League Major League: State championship, Pearl City vs. Ewa Beach, 2 p.m.,

Football

Pass League: Kamehameha vs. St. Louis, 4 p.m.; Kamehameha B vs. St. Louis B, 5:15 p.m., at St. Louis Field; Damien vs. Pac-Five, 4 p.m.; Damien B vs. Pac-Five B, 5:15 p.m., at Mid-Pacific Field; Kaiser 2 vs. Nanakuli, 4 p.m.; Aiea vs. Nanakuli, 5:15 p.m., at Nanakuli H.S. Field.

Golf

Golf Concepts 4-Ball Match Play Championship: Qualifying and first rounds, 7 a.m., Oahu Country Club.

U.S. Amateur Championship sectional qualifying: 7 a.m., Ko Olina Golf Course, Kapolei.

Tennis

Men's Night Doubles: Qualifying matches at 6 and 7:15 p.m., Kailua Racquet Club.



Tomorrow

Golf

Golf Concepts 4-Ball Match Play Championship: Second and third rounds, 7 a.m., Oahu Country Club.

Tennis

Men's Night Doubles: Qualifying matches at 6 and 7:15 p.m., Kailua Racquet Club.


ATHLETIC AWARDS

WAC All-Academic Honors

Players with Hawaii ties listed with school, class, GPA, and major

Spring sports

Baseball--Hawaii: Bryan Lee, So., 3.20, Arts & Science; Aaron Pribble, Jr., 3.93, Political Science; Matthew Purtell, Sr., 3.26, Anthropology.

Men's golf--Hawaii: Scott Carlyle, So., 3.96, Civil Engineering; Justin Kim, So., 3.56, Art; Joseph Matyas, So., 3.42, Political Science.

Women's golf--Hawaii: Stacie Hirano, Jr., 3.59, General Business.

Men's tennis--Hawaii: Francisco Brignole, Jr., 4.00, Economics; Reginaldo Moralejo, Jr., Economics, 3.83; Malino Oda, So., 3.26, Computer Science; Amandeep Singh, Sr., 3.75, General Business.

Women's tennis--Hawaii: Suzie Saunders, Jr., 3.65, Communication; Nina Wenger, Jr., 3.48, Marketing.

Women's track & field--Hawaii: Diane Kohara, Jr., 3.67, Elementary Education-Science; Mersadies Martin, Jr., 3.52, KLS Health/Exercise; Casey McGuire-Turcotte, Jr., 3.48, Journalism.

FRESHMEN & TRANSFERS (ALL-SPORTS)

Women's basketball--Hawaii: Christa Brossman, 4.00, Pre-Education.

Women's cross country--Hawaii: Shayne Enright, 3.22, General Arts & Science.

Women's socc er--Fresno St.: Erin Sayegusa (Kaiser), 3.45, undeclared. Nevada: Leisha Makinano (Iolani), 3.35, undeclared; Marcie Okumura (Iolani), 3.28, undeclared.

Softball--Fresno St.: Mitzi Ing (Iolani), 4.00, undeclared.

Women's swimming & diving--Hawaii: Georgi Kinsela, 3.32, Pre-Kinesiology; Elisabeth Schweitzer, 3.70, General Arts & Science; Traci Trochinski, 3.55, General Arts & Science.

Women's track & field--Hawaii: Teryn Bentley, 3.22, Pre-Education; Carolyn Berger, 3.92, General Arts & Science; Shayne Enright, 3.22, General Arts & Science; Lucy Randall, 3.76, General Arts & Science.


GOLF

US Junior Amateur

At San Antonio

Yesterday, par-71

Scotty Campbell, Conway, Ark.33-32--65
James Vargas, Miami35-30--65
Jonathan Moore, Portland, Ore.32-35--67
Eddie Lee, New Zealand33-35--68
Spencer Levin, Elk Grove, Calif.35-34--69
James Lepp, Canada33-36--69
Brent Witcher, Duluth, Ga.34-35--69
Kevin Silva, New Bedford, Mass.34-35--69
Matt McLean, Weston, Fla.33-36--69
Colin Biles, Upper Arlington, Ohio33-36--69
Also
Jarett Hamamoto, Hilo36-41--77



Girls U.S. Junior Championship

At Mission Hills, Kan.
Second round, par-70
x-lost in two-hole playoff.

Christina Kim, San Jose, Calif.71-62--133
Aree Song Wongluekiet, Fla.67-71--138
Nicole Perrot, Chile73-66--139
Theresa Paik, Silver Spring, Md.71-72--143
Carling Cho, San Juan Cap, Calif.71-72--143
Whitney Wade, Glasgow, Ky.70-74--144
Seema Sadekar, Canada71-73--144
Erica Blasberg, Corona, Calif.72-72--144
Hannah Jun, San Diego75-69--144
Angela Won, Irvine, Calif.71-73--144
Jane Park, La Crescenta, Calif.72-72--144
Also
Rachel Kyono, Lawai74-73--147
Hawaii participants failed to quailfy
Ayumi Hori, Honolulu76-80--156
Dale Gammie, Pukalani78-79--157
Lisa Kajihara, Maui80-78--158
Rie Ganir, Pukalani79-79--158



OJGA

Iwalani Gomard Tournament
At Turtle Bay Country Club
Final results

Boys 11-12
David Hahn73- 77--150
Michael Jay Sato76- 83--159
Jesse Aulelava78- 88--166
Rob Kishi89- 87--176
Mason Davis92- 92--184
Eric Broadfoot93-100--193
Samuel Denn99-104--203
Jordan Onuma99-116--215
Girls 11-12
Ashlee Augustiro87-79--166



Junior Summer Tournament

At Hickam Par-3 Course
Boys (par-54), girls (par-58)

Boys

13-17--61: Samuel Rodriguez III (won scorecard playoff), Bronson Maluenda. 62: Marcus Miyashiro. 70: Scott Yoshida.
11-12--66: Zachery Primavera. 73: Vince Victorino. 78: Derek Uchima.
8-10--57: Travis Inouye (tournament medalist). 61: Ryan Yoshida. 63: Tommy Yamashita. 68: Ryan Kuroiwa.
Girls
10-12
--81: Stacie Mita. 104: Meilani Marriott.
7-10--65: Kristina Merkle. 67: Kristen Sawada.



Zone 54 Junior Tour

9-Hole Tournament

At Pearl Country Club

Mixed 13-17 (par-36)--47: Christopher Chu. 51: Jaren Ishii, Jason Iwasa, Margot Miyasaka, Shawn Sakoda. 52: Meagan Miyasaka, Ren Shiroma. 58: Ivan Kim.
Boys 11-12 (par-31)--36: Matthew Oyadomari. 38: Christopher Bento, Ian Horie. 40: Jonathan Khil. 41: Lance Horiuchi. 43: Reyn Mukawa. 45: Micah Aiu. 47: Clinton Haioka.
Girls 11-12 (par-31)--42: Jaymie Nakama. 45: Brittany Isobe, Erin Matsuoka.
Mixed 8-10 (par-31)--34: Alex Chu. 37: Bryson Watabu, Hayley Young. 38: David Gans. 39: Andrew Ouchi. 40: Evan Nagano. 41: Christopher Lum. 45: Trevor Lam. 46: Whitney Nakama. 48: Jay Kishi. 49: Reiko Ramos.



Buy.com Tour earnings

Through Siouxland Open


TrnMoney
1. Heath Slocum15$242,590
2. Deane Pappas13$189,948
3. Jonathan Byrd10$185,083
4. Chad Campbell13$178,633
5. Tim Petrovic13$176,365
6. Paul Claxton14$138,290
7. Chris Couch15$132,198
8. Richard Zokol10$131,513
9. Ryuji Imada15$131,413
10. Todd Barranger16$122,579
Also
18. Keoke Cotner14$109,273


BASEBALL

Summer League

At Rainbow Stadium

Island Movers 5, Olomana 4



AAU National Championship

At Kissimmee-St. Cloud, Fla.
13-and-under

Pool play

Hawaii Warriors 7, Virginia Bronze 0
Hawaii Warriors 7, Franklin Bandits 1
Hawaii Warriors 9, Carolina Sky 3

Championship Pool Game 1

South Carolina 10, Hawaii Warriors 3
Hawaii leading hitters--Aina Emayo, 2-4, 2b, 3 RBIs; Jon Santiago, 2-4, 2b; Steven Dannaway, 2-4; Adam Tamashiro, 2 RBIs.



Cal Ripken League

National Regional Tournament
10-year-olds
At Bakersfield, Calif.

Hawaii Warriors 5, Arizona 0
Player of game: Reyn Nagamine

Hawaii Warriors 8, San Luis Obispo, Calif., 7.
Player of game: Brent Fukushima

Oahu Tournament
Major Division (11-12)

Mililani 6, Wailua 2
Waipahu 3, Wak-Kahala II 0
Ala Wai 11, Wailua 2
Waipahu 9, Manoa 2
Waipanu 4, Mililani 1



Little League

State Tournament
Major Division (11-12)
At Walter Victor Stadium, Hilo
Yesterday's semfinal

Pearl City 5, Kaimuki 4


TENNIS

Men's Night Doubles

At Kailua Racquet Club

Monday's results

First round--Art Lambert-Tak Ishigaki def. Richard Gregory-Jerry Sakuma, 6-1, 6-4; Noah Parker-Michael Wojnarowicz def. Tom Roerk-Arnold Yuen, 6-2, 7-5.
Second round--Michael Burger-Charlie Panui def. Mike Hansen-Tony Wilson, 6-2, 6-1; David Izumi-Nicholas Izumi def. Albie Dreith-Marcus Kutara, 7-6 (13), 3-6, 6-2; Lee Couillard-Bernard Gusman def. Anthony Ilagan-Mark Ilagan, 6-4, 6-3; Bruce Nagel-Willem Schutte def. Stacy Matsuda-Wilston Poon, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3.

Yesterday's results

First round--Brett Kruger-Charlie Swift def. Chase Kutara-Nicholas Leong, 7-5, 6-0; J.T. Ash-Aaron Sato def. Thomas Dier-Mark Walker, 6-4, 7-6 (8).
Second round--Art Lambert-Tak Ishigaki def. Richard Gregory-Jerry Sakuma, 7-5, 6-3; Noah Parker-Michael Wojnarowicz def. Jon-Paul Kaloi-Jeremy Perron, 6-1, 6-2; Ikaika Jobe-Jesse Paer def. Raymond Badayos-Reuben Badayos, 6-0, 6-1; Matt Chang-Braydon Corniel def. Eddie Acuna-Jerry Domingo, 6-1, 7-5.



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