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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, November 28, 2001



CALENDAR

Today

SURFING

Rip Curl Cup: 9 a.m., surf permitting, Sunset Beach.

Tomorrow

BASKETBALL

College men: Hawaii-Hilo vs. San Francisco State, 7:15 p.m., Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium.

RODEO

Hawaii Cowhorse Championships: Two Handed Herd Work, Snaffle Bit Futurity Cow Herd Work, Cutting, Super Horse, 5 p.m., New Town and Country Stables, Waimanalo.

SURFING

Rip Curl Cup: 9 a.m., surf permitting, Sunset Beach.


ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

BOYS

>> Jason Rivers, St. Louis football: Caught seven passes for 179 yards and three touchdowns in the Crusaders' 49-7 win over Kailua in the semifinals of the Chevron State Football Championship.

GIRLS

>> Kehau Yamaguchi, University softball: Struck out 38 batters, won three games and picked up a save to lead the Junior 'Bows in the University High Thanksgiving Classic championship. The senior pitcher struck out a tournament-record 16 batters in a no-hitter against Nanakuli.



HONOR ROLL

FOOTBALL

>> Taualai Fonoti, St. Louis: Recorded eight tackles and two sacks as the Crusader defense held Kailua to 157 total yards.

>> Bobby George, St. Louis: Completed eight of 12 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns in just over one half of play against Kailua.

>> Prince Brown, St. Louis: Rushed for 71 yards and three touchdowns for the Crusaders.

>> Ferron Fonoimoana, Kahuku: Caught touchdown passes of 24 and 22 yards to lead the Red Raiders to a 21-7 win over Waimea in the state semifinals.

>> Inoke Funaki, Kahuku: The Red Raider quarterback rushed for a game-high 129 yards and passed for 162 more against Waimea.

>> The Kahuku defense: Held Waimea to state semifinal record lows of 87 total yards and four first downs.

>> Gary Mata, Waimea: Recorded a game-high 15 tackles, four for losses, for a Menehune defense that forced five Kahuku turnovers.

>> Rayson Cacal, Waimea: Returned an interception 27 yards for Waimea's lone touchdown against Kahuku.

SOFTBALL

>> Diana Nakoa, Nanakuli: The senior catcher set a tournament record with four home runs in the UHS Thanksgiving Classic. She hit .550 over the weekend, drove in 14 runs and stole three bases.

BOYS SOCCER

Moanalua Soccer Classic All-Tournament team

Champion: Kamehameha

Kamehameha -- Gabe Chan, Bryon Leuharr, David Gualderama; Campbell -- Shauncey Saito, Ali'i Basham, Donovan Gaboya; Moanalua -- James Strombach; St. Louis -- Daniel Burris; Aiea -- Matt Itagaki, Derek Atta; Kapolei -- Zachary Gaea.

GIRLS SOCCER

Moanalua Soccer Classic All-Tournament team

Champion: Punahou

Punahou -- Charlene Lui, Romy Trigg-Smith, Adriane Campbell; Pearl City -- Carmen Calpo, Rachel Nicholson; Kamehameha -- India Soo, Seline Williams, Jaime Benoza; Iolani -- Megan Omura, Kara Ishikawa; Hilo -- Tanya-Jo Street, Tia Anthany Case; Moanalua -- Jaime Toyofuku, Raenell Sambrano; Baldwin -- Koren Takeyama, Kami Kapaku; Mililani -- Jennifer Loo, Jolie Nitta.



GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Hawaii Sports Network

Final Top 10 Poll

Rank Team Rec.

1 Iolani (17) 20-0

2 Punahou 17-3

3 St. Joseph 19-4

4 Hilo 16-3

5 Kauai 10-1

6 Kahuku 10-5

7 Kalani 13-3

8 Pearl City 11-4

9 Waianae 12-3

10t Kamehameha 8-5

10t La Pietra 9-4



NOW YOU KNOW

>> Nine members of the St. Louis football coaching staff have been with the Crusaders for at least 10 years.



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