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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Sunday, August 12, 2001



CALENDAR

Today

Paddling

Kaena Challenge: Men, 8:30 a.m., Waimea Bay to Makaha Surfing Beach Park.

polo

Honolulu Polo Club: Gates open, 1 p.m., Match starts, 2:30 p.m., Waimanalo Polo Field.

SOCCER

Xcel Tournament: Championship and consolation semifinal-round matches, 9 a.m.; South Korea vs. Los Angeles, Canada vs. Canada, 11:30 a.m.; Taiwan vs. San Francisco, Hawaii vs. Germany, 1 p.m.; 11th place and 9th place matches, 10:30 a.m.; 7th place and 5th place matches, 1 p.m.; Third place, 2:30 p.m.; Championship, 5 p.m., Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park.

Tomorrow

No major events scheduled.


SOCCER

Excel-Pro Tournament

At Waipio Soccer Park
Pool Play

Japan 5, Chicago0

France 4, Canada 0

Korea 3, L.A. 1

Italy 4, England 3

Taiwan 5, San Francisco 5

Hawaii 2, Germany 2

Hawaii scorers: Nick Paraskevopoulus, Paul McElroy.

Consolation

England 2, Canada 0

Chicago 3, San Francisco 0

Quarterfinals

Korea 4, Germany 1

Taiwan 2, japan 1

L.A. 3 Italy 2

Hawaii 1, France 1 (France wins shoot-out 3-0)

Hawaii score: Darren Juliano.


BASEBALL

Babe Ruth

Southwest Regional Tournament (15-U)
At El Segundo, Calif.
Wednesday
First game

El Segundo 12, Hawaii 2 (5 innings)

5 innings, 10-run rule

Hawaii00020-- 2

El Segundo04323--12

Hawaii's leading hitter--Robert Kurisu, 2 RBIs.

Second game

Championship

Hawaii 3, El Segundo 0

Hawaii1002000--3

El Segundo0000000--0

Winning pitcher--Kaimi Mead (10 strikeouts).

Hawaii's leading hitters--Chris Balatico, 2-3; R. Kurisu, 2-3; Justin Ariki, 2-4; Kasey Ko, 2-4.


BASKETBALL

NCAASummer League

Yesterday's playoff games
At Kaimuki H.S.

Gaspro 95, Central Medical Clinic 85

Leading scorers--Gas: Nash Subotic 21, Nick Spajic 17; CMC: Dragon Karanovic 20, Alvin Stephenson 16, JohnLane 16.

Honolulu Ford 99, Mango Moon 84

Leading scorers--HF: Mike McIntyre 28, BobbyNash 16; MM:Llewellyn Smalley 44.


GOLF

Wendy's Championship

At New Albany, Ohio
Purse: $1 million
Second round, par-72

Wendy Ward 65-62 -- 127
Moira Dunn 67-64 -- 131
Annika Sorenstam 67-65 -- 132
Michelle McGann 66-68 -- 134
Mhairi McKay 72-63 -- 135
Meg Mallon 70-65 -- 135
Karrie Webb 67-68 -- 135
Rosie Jones 66-69 -- 135
Rachel Teske 66-69 -- 135
Tracy Hanson 66-69 -- 135
Laura Diaz 70-66 -- 136
Amy Fruhwirth 69-67 -- 136
Danielle Ammaccapane 67-69 -- 136
Leta Lindley 64-72 -- 136
Catriona Matthew 70-67 -- 137
Wendy Doolan 72-66 -- 138
Lorie Kane 72-66 -- 138
Sara Sanders 70-68 -- 138
Siew-Ai Lim 70-68 -- 138
Dorothy Delasin 70-68 -- 138
Cindy Schreyer 69-69 -- 138
Beth Daniel 69-69 -- 138
Jackie Gallagher-Smith 69-69 -- 138
Vicki Goetze-Ackerman 68-70 -- 138
Kelli Kuehne 68-70 -- 138
Heather Bowie 71-68 -- 139
Nancy Scranton 70-69 -- 139
A.J. Eathorne 70-69 -- 139
Suzy Green 69-70 -- 139
Marnie McGuire 69-70 -- 139
Kelly Robbins 69-70 -- 139
Heather Daly-Donofrio 68-71 -- 139
Betsy King 68-71 -- 139
Grace Park 67-72 -- 139
Leslie Spalding 67-72 -- 139
Dottie Pepper 67-72 -- 139
Emilee Klein 66-73 -- 139
Michelle Louviere 71-69 -- 140
Jennifer Hubbard 71-69 -- 140
Se Ri Pak 71-69 -- 140
Donna Andrews 66-74 -- 140
Karen Weiss 73-68 -- 141
Hiromi Kobayashi 72-69 -- 141
Mitzi Edge 72-69 -- 141
Kristal Parker 72-69 -- 141
Tina Fischer 72-69 -- 141
Beth Bader 72-69 -- 141
Nicole Materne 71-70 -- 141
Jenna Daniels 71-70 -- 141
Barb Mucha 70-71 -- 141
Nanci Bowen 70-71 -- 141
Sherri Steinhauer 70-71 -- 141
Carri Wood 70-71 -- 141
Hee-Won Han 69-72 -- 141
Patricia Baxter-Johnson 69-72 -- 141
Marisa Baena 69-72 -- 141
Tammie Green 69-72 -- 141
Jeong Jang 69-72 -- 141
Patti Liscio 68-73 -- 141
Mi‘Hyun Kim 68-73 -- 141
Dodie Mazzuca 67-74 -- 141
Audra Burks 66-75 -- 141
Yu‘Ping Lin 66-75 -- 141
Alicia Dibos 72-70 -- 142
Angela Stanford 72-70 -- 142
Kris Lindstrom 72-70 -- 142
Gloria Park 71-71 -- 142
Charlotta Sorenstam 71-71 -- 142
Lisa Kiggens 71-71 -- 142
Vickie Odegard 71-71 -- 142
Michelle Ellis 70-72 -- 142
Kim Bauer 69-73 -- 142
Carmen Hajjar 68-74 -- 142
Failed to Qualify
Cindy Flom 74-70 -- 144



Senior 3M Championship

At Blaine, Minn.
Purse: $1.75 million
Second round, par-72

Jose Maria Canizares 70-66 -- 136
Hale Irwin 68-68 -- 136
Mike McCullough 66-72 -- 138
Bruce Lietzke 72-66 -- 138
Bruce Fleisher 72-67 -- 139
Bobby Wadkins 71-68 -- 139
Gil Morgan 72-68 -- 140
Tom Jenkins 71-69 -- 140
Ted Goin 70-71 -- 141
Ed Dougherty 70-71 -- 141
Jim Ahern 70-71 -- 141
Mike Smith 71-70 -- 141
John Schroeder 71-70 -- 141
Danny Edwards 70-71 -- 141
Jim Holtgrieve 74-67 -- 141
John Jacobs 69-73 -- 142
Rex Caldwell 69-73 -- 142
Jim Dent 70-72 -- 142
Allen Doyle 70-72 -- 142
Doug Tewell 69-73 -- 142
John Mahaffey 73-69 -- 142
Lanny Wadkins 71-71 -- 142
Bill Brask 71-71 -- 142
Andy North 74-69 -- 143
Dana Quigley 73-70 -- 143
Tom Watson 73-70 -- 143
David Lundstrom 75-68 -- 143
Bob Dickson 71-73 -- 144
Kermit Zarley 70-74 -- 144
Jim Colbert 77-67 -- 144
Jay Sigel 75-69 -- 144
Steve Veriato 72-72 -- 144
DeWitt Weaver 71-74 -- 145
Tom Kite 70-75 -- 145
Mark Hayes 72-73 -- 145
Stewart Ginn 72-73 -- 145
Walter Hall 71-74 -- 145
Fred Gibson 73-72 -- 145
J.C. Snead 72-73 -- 145
John Bland 73-72 -- 145
Terry Mauney 75-70 -- 145
Larry Ziegler 74-71 -- 145
Hugh Baiocchi 74-71 -- 145
Howard Twitty 75-70 -- 145
Joe Inman 72-74 -- 146
Graham Marsh 73-73 -- 146
Leonard Thompson 73-73 -- 146
Jim Thorpe 73-73 -- 146
Jim Albus 76-70 -- 146
Glenn Rockett 75-71 -- 146
Vicente Fernandez 74-72 -- 146
Terry Dill 76-70 -- 146
George Burns 72-75 -- 147
Bob Eastwood 73-74 -- 147
Dave Eichelberger 73-74 -- 147
Hubert Green 73-74 -- 147
Tom Shaw 75-72 -- 147
Bobby Walzel 75-72 -- 147
Rocky Thompson 75-73 -- 148
Walt Morgan 72-76 -- 148
Bobby Cole 71-77 -- 148
David Graham 76-72 -- 148
Bruce Summerhays 75-73 -- 148
Chi Chi Rodriguez 75-74 -- 149
Bob Duval 74-75 -- 149
Tony Peterson 73-76 -- 149
Larry Nelson 78-72 -- 150
Kurt Cox 78-74 -- 152
Jerry McGee 77-77 -- 154
Yoshitaka Yamamoto 78-76 -- 154
Miller Barber 78-78 -- 156
Bill Holstead 78-79 -- 157
Skip Tredway 80-77 -- 157
Bob Murphy 83-75 -- 158
Walter Zembriski 80-88 -- 168
Johnny Bench 87-81 -- 168
Arnold Palmer 83-89 -- 172


UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS

Wally Yonamine Foundation Tournament: Aug. 15, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, Pearl Country Club. Check-in: 11 a.m. Format: Three-person modified scramble. Fee: $125 per player.

Barbers Point Invitational: Sept. 1-3, Barbers Point Golf Course. Competition for amateurs in championship, A, B, senior and super senior flights. Fee: $90 for military, $120 for civilians (does not include cart fees). Deadline: Aug. 22. Information: 682-2098.

"Big" Nick Ma'afala Benefit Tournament: Sept. 4, 11:30 a.m. shotgun start, Honolulu Country Club. Check-in:10:30 a.m. Fee: $125. Format: Three-man scramble. Information: 423-2214, 389-8085 or 529-3694.

Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame Tournament: Sept. 6, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, Waikele Golf Club. Check-in: 11 a.m. Format: Three-person modified scramble. Fee: $170 per person, $510 per team, includes green/cart fees, lunch, dinner and door prizes. Maximum handicaps: Men 26, women 32.

Korean Invitational:Sept. 8-9, Pali Course. Fee: $100, includes 2 days green/cart fees and 19th hole pupus. Handicap: Lowest index as of Aug. 1. Golfers with no handicaps will be placed in the Callaway Flight. Other flights are A, B, C, and senior. Men and women will compete together. Equipment:Must conform with USGArules. Information:Duke Chung Jr., 421-1094; Randall Chung, 536-3711, or Don Lee, 737-3196.

Waikoloa Open: Sept. 28-30, 6:30 a.m., Waikoloa Course. Pro-Am tournament, Sept. 27, 1 p.m. shotgun start. Information: (808) 883-9621

Kauai State Senior Open: Nov. 10-11, Kauai Lagoons Resort, Mokihana and Kiele courses. Open to senior golfers (over 50) and super senior golfers (over 60). 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.-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

Setsuko Iha, Kailua, No. 4, 178 yards, drive, Pali Golf Course, July 24.

Guy Yonehiro, Honolulu, No. 4, 153 yards, 7-iron, Kaneohe Klipper Course, July 29.

Herbert Kurihara, Honolulu, No. 2, 140 yards, 7-iron, Ala Wai Golf Course, Aug. 3.

Yoshiko Numao, Honolulu, No. 5, 170 yards, driver, Makaha Valley Country Club, Aug. 3.

Toyoko Miyamoto, Honolulu, No. 10, 110 yards, 7-iron, Honolulu Country Club, Aug. 4.

Beni Kwok, Honolulu, No. 8, 152 yards, 5-iron, Waikele Golf Course, Aug. 5.

Kiyoshi Kato, Japan, No. 2, 169 yards, 3-wood, Waialae Country Club, Aug. 5

Clayton Gohler, Honolulu, No. 17, 150 yards, 7-iron, Olomana Links, Aug. 6.

Ray White, Kapahulu, No. 5, 101 yards, 9-iron, West Loch Course, Aug. 6.

Craig Gallagher, Honolulu, No. 6, 176 yards, 6-iron, Coral Creek, Aug. 8.

Hideo Uchida, Honolulu, No. 4, 140 yards, 5-iron, Ala Wai Course, Aug. 9.

Joseph Yi, Honolulu, No. 15, 165 yards, 7-wood, Ala Wai Golf Course, Aug. 9.

Shane Adversalo, Honolulu, No. 5, 155 yards, 6-iron, Ala Wai Golf Course, Aug. 10.



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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