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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, December 21, 2001



CALENDAR

Today

AUTO RACING

Fast Friday Street Car: Races begin, 6 p.m., Hawaii Raceway Park.

BASKETBALL

Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic: Men, Consolation bracket, Holy Cross vs. Portland, 11 a.m.; Boston College vs. Arkansas State, 1:30 p.m.; Championship bracket, Miami vs. Georgia, 5 p.m.; Iona vs. Hawaii, 7:30 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.

Yahoo! Sports Invitational: Men, Buffalo vs. Valparaiso, 1 p.m.; Navy vs. Columbia, 3 p.m.; Tulsa vs. New Mexico State winner, 6 p.m.; Montana vs. BYU-Hawaii, 8 p.m., at Cannon Activities Center.

Iolani Prep Classic: Kealakehe vs. Damien, 9:30 a.m.; Roosevelt vs. Farrington, 11 a.m.; Mililani vs. Aiea, 12:30 p.m.; Cathedral Prep vs. Punahou,

2 p.m.; Wilson vs. Kalaheo, 3:30 p.m.; Northwestern vs. Iolani, 5 p.m.; Garfield vs. Montrose, 6:30 p.m.; Fairfax vs. ClovisWest, 8 p.m., at Iolani's gym.

Soccer

ILH boys: Iolani vs. Pac-5 at Kapiolani Park, Damien at Mid Pacific, Kamehameha at St. Louis, 4:15 p.m.

OIA West boys: Mililani at Waialua, Campbell at Radford, Waianae at Pearl City, 5:15 p.m. Kapolei at Aiea, 5:30 p.m.

OIA West girls: Leilehua at Nanakuli, 5:30 p.m. Mililani at Waialua, Campbell at Radford, Waianae at Pearl City, 7 p.m.

Tomorrow

AUTO RACING

Super Saturday Street Car: Races begin, 6 p.m., Hawaii Raceway Park.

BASKETBALL

College men: Hawaii-Hilo vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 7:15 p.m., Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium.

Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic: Men, Seventh, 11 a.m.; Fifth, 1:30 p.m.; Third, 5 p.m.; Championship, 7 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.

Yahoo! Sports Invitational: Men, Seventh, 10 a.m.; Fifth, noon; Third. 3 p.m.; Championship 5 p.m., at Cannon Activities Center.

Iolani Prep Classic: Consolation bracket 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m.; Seventh, 3:30 p.m.; Fifth, 5 p.m.; Third, 6:30 p.m.; Championship 8 p.m., at Iolani.

Soccer

OIA East boys: Kahuku at Kalaheo, Kaiser at Kalani, Moanalua at Farrington, Kaimuki at Castle, McKinley at Roosevelt. Boys matches at 2 p.m. Girls matches at 3:45 p.m.

SOFTBALL

OIA East: Kailua at Castle, Kaimuki at Moanalua, Kalani vs. Kahuku at BYU-Hawaii, Kalaheo at McKinley, Kaiser vs. Roosevelt at Stevenson Intermediate, 1 p.m.

OIA West: Campbell at Waianae, Mililani at Leilehua, Kapolei at Aiea, Waialua at Waipahu, Radford at Nanakuli, 1 p.m.

OIA East Junior Varsity: Kaimuki at Kalani, Kailua at McKinley, Castle at Moanalua, 10 a.m.

OIA West Junior Varsity: Waianae at Nanakuli, Mililani at Pearl City, 10 a.m.

ILH: Iolani at Punahou, Mid-Pacific at Kamehameha, 10 a.m.; Sacred Hearts vs. University at Punahou, HBA/St. Andrews/St. Francis vs. La Pietra at Kamehameha, noon.


SOFTBALL

OIA

Wednesday

Waianae 7, Waialua 0

Kaimuki 7, Kahuku 0

Pearl City 7, Kapolei 1

Winning pitchers -- Wain: Tracy Kane; Kaim: Lovely Moyla; PC: S. Lenchanko.

Junior varsity

Radford 21, Moanalua 6

Waianae 14, Kaimuki 13

ILH

Wednesday

Punahou 2, University 0

Winning pitcher -- Pun: Sarah Weiskoph


BASEBALL

Oahu AJA

Yesterday

Sheridan 13, Waialae 1

WP--Kyle Kawabata

Leading hitters--Sheridan: Corey Ishigo 2-5; Waialae: Cyrus Motonaga 2-3, David Takeguchi 2-3.

Wednesday

McCully 7, Manoa 4

Pearl City 19, Waipahu 18


GYMNASTICS

Hawaii State Championships

Level 4

1. Hawaiian Island Twister 112.5; 2. Hawaii Academy 111.5; 3. Island Tumblers 110.

Level 5

1. Hawaiian Island Twisters 107.525; 2. Hawaii Academy 107.3; 3. Aloha Gymnastics World 105.675.

Level 6

1. Hawaii Academy 110.5; 2. Hawaiian Island Twisters 108; 3. Rainbow Gymnastics 107.475.


SOCCER

OIA

Varsity girls

Yesterday

Kahuku 1, Kaiser 1

Kalani 7, Farrington 0

Wednesday

Kahuku 0, Kaiser 0

Kailua 3, Moanlau 0

Roosevelt 2, Castle 1

Scoring -- Kah: Krisha Kai, Kais: Jasmine Yoshino, Kaln: Lesley Fujitani (2), Megan Suehiro, Chelsea Wong, Cherissa Tamayori, Lauren Cheng, Kail: Keona Byers, Rachael Gonzalez, Tania Sasaoka; Roos: Kaycee Teramae, Kalae Silva; Cas: Aubrey Nakagawa.

Junior varsity girls

Kahuku 3, Kaiser 1

Moanalua 1, Kailua 0

Castle 2, Roosevelt 0

Varsity boys

Wednesday

Kaiser 3, Kahuku 0

Kailua 1, Moanlaua 0

Castle 3, Roosevelt 0

Kalaheo 1, Kaimuki 1

Kalani 4, Farrington 0

Scoring -- Kais: Landon Beers 2, Chad Jamieson; Kail: DJ Coles; Cas: Blaine Fujimoto 2, Nolan Miranda; Kalh: Joe Shaffer; Kaim: Calvin Umeda; Kaln: Grant Arakaki 2, Gavin Fujitani, Jordan Stephanos.


DIVISION II

Pacific West Basketball

Through Dec. 19 PacWest Overall


W L W L

Montana State-Billings 0 0 7 0

Hawaii - Hilo 0 0 7 2

Brigham Young-Hawaii 0 0 7 3

Hawaii Pacific 0 0 6 3

Chaminade 0 0 4 3

Western New Mexico 0 0 1 5

Today

BYU-Hawaii hosts Yahoo! Invitational

Chaminade at Colorado Christian

Tomorrow

BYU-Hawaii hosts Yahoo Invitational

Cal State Dominguez Hills at Hilo

Cal Poly Pomona at MSU-Billings

Individual Leaders

Note: To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75 percent of their team's games.

Scoring G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg

1. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 10 87 1 33 208 20.8

2. Scott Prather, Hilo 9 62 17 26 167 18.6

3. Leon Ballard, CU 7 47 6 22 122 17.4

4. Nash Subotic, HPU 9 47 27 35 156 17.3

5. Danny Phillps, MSUB 7 33 29 23 118 16.9

6. David Carse, MSUB 7 32 18 27 109 15.6

7. David LaQua, Hilo 9 44 16 35 139 15.4

8. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 33 20 6 92 15.3

9. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 10 53 22 20 148 14.8

10. Derek Mgbeke, Hilo 9 54 0 25 133 14.8

Rebounding G Off Def Tot Avg

1. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 10 34 74 108 10.8

2. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 10 22 57 79 7.9

3. Malcolm Connor, WNMU 6 17 26 43 7.2

4. Nate Block, HPU 9 28 35 63 7.0

5. Leon Ballard, CU 7 12 36 48 6.9

6. Kyle Bartholomew, Hilo 9 18 40 58 6.4

7. Brian Cook, MSUB 7 11 34 45 6.4

8. Zack Anderson, HPU 9 24 33 57 6.3

9. Dan Thompson, MSUB 6 7 30 37 6.2

10. Mike Donegan, CU 7 22 1 43 6.1

Field-goal percentage* G FG FGA Pct

1. Dan Thompson, MSUB 6 30 51 .588

2. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 10 50 88 .568

3. Scott Prather, Hilo 9 62 112 .554

4. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 10 87 160 .544

5. Nic Walters, HPU 9 28 52 .538

6. Brian Jackson, WNMU 6 30 56 .536

7. Leon Ballard, CU 7 47 91 .516

8. L.T. Williams, WNMU 6 22 43 .512

9. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 10 53 104 .510

10. Derek Mgbeke, Hilo 9 54 109 .495

(Min. 3.0 made per game)

Assists G A Avg

1. David Carse, MSUB 7 53 7.57

2. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 10 50 5.00

3. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 10 49 4.90

4. Jeremiah King, WNMU 6 26 4.33

5. William Davison, MSUB 7 27 3.86

6. Nic Walters, HPU 9 34 3.78

7. Scott Prather, UHH 9 33 3.67

8. John Avilla, HPU 9 31 3.44

9. Danny Phillips, MSUB 7 21 3.00

10. Kashif Reyes, CU 7 19 2.71

Free-throw percentage G M A Pct

1. Keith Krause, MSUB 6 15 16 .938

2. William Davison, MSUB 7 23 27 .852

3. David Carse, MSUB 7 27 32 .844

4. Dan Thompson, MSUB 6 16 19 .842

5. Jason Skrifvars, MSUB 6 16 19 .842

6. Danny Phillips, MSUB 7 23 28 .821

7. John Kirk, CU 7 17 21 .810

8. Jerett Skrifvars, MSUB 7 45 56 .804

9. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 10 28 35 .800

10. Nash Subotic, HPU 9 35 44 .795

*Min. 2.0 made per game

Steals G St Avg

1. Scott Prather, Hilo 9 24 2.67

2. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 10 23 2.30

3. Jarett Skrifvars, MSUB 7 15 2.14

4. Brian Cook, MSUB 7 15 2.14

5. Danny Phillips, MSUB 7 14 2.00

6. Jeremiah King, WNMU 6 12 2.00

7. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 10 1.67

8. Derek Mgbeke, Hilo 9 14 1.56

9. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 10 15 1.50

10. David LaQua, Hilo 9 13 1.44

3-pointers* G M A Pct

1. David Carse, MSUB 7 18 34 .529

2. Dallas Jensen, BYUH 8 15 32 .469

3. Brian Skinner, BYUH 10 13 28 .464

4. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 10 22 51 .431

5. Scott Prather, Hilo 9 17 40 .425

6. Keith Krause, MSUB 6 11 27 .407

7. Malcolm Connor, WNMU 6 11 28 .393

8. William Davison, MSUB 7 8 21 .381

9. Danny Phillips, MSUB 7 29 79 .367

10. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 20 55 .364

*Min. 1.0 made per game

3-pointers made G M Avg

1. Danny Phillips, MSUB 7 29 4.14

2. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 20 3.33

3. Nash Subotic, HPU 9 27 3.00

4. David Carse, MSUB 7 18 2.57

5. Nick Spajic, HPU 8 19 2.38

6. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 10 22 2.20

7. Albert Powell, CU 7 15 2.14

8. Scott Prather, Hilo 9 17 1.89

9. Dallas Jensen, BYUH 8 15 1.88

10. Malcolm Connor, WNMU 6 11 1.83

Keith Krause, MSUB 6 11 1.83

Blocked shots G Blk Avg

1. Brian Cook, MSUB 7 13 1.86

2. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 10 13 1.30

3. Pablo Broering, BYUH 10 12 1.20

4. Garreth Read, Hilo 9 10 1.11

5. Zack Anderson, HPU 9 9 1.00

6. Nate Block, HPU 9 9 1.00

7. Brian Jackson, WNMU 6 6 1.00

8. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 10 8 0.80

9. L.T. Williams, WNMU 6 4 0.67

10. Keith Krause, MSUB 6 3 0.50

Assist/turnover ratio * G A Avg TO Avg Ratio

1. David Carse, MSUB 7 53 7.6 16 2.3 3.31

2. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 10 50 5.0 22 2.2 2.27

3. John Avilla, HPU 9 31 3.4 14 1.6 2.21

4. Scott Prather, Hilo 9 33 3.7 23 2.6 1.43

5. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 10 49 4.9 35 3.5 1.40

6. Jeremiah King, WNMU 6 26 4.3 19 3.2 1.37

7. William Davison, MSUB 7 27 3.9 21 3.0 1.29

8. Nic Walters, HPU 9 34 3.8 29 3.2 1.17

9. Danny Phillips, MSUB 7 21 3.0 20 2.9 1.05

*Min. 3.0 assists/game

Single-game highs

Points: 37, Scott Prather, Hilo vs. South Carolina State, Nov. 25 ; 37, David LaQua, Hilo vs. Lincoln, Nov. 15.

Field goals made: 14, Scott Prather, Hilo vs. Drew, Nov. 19; 14, Scott Prather, Hilo vs. South Carolina State, Nov. 25.

Field goal attempts: 27, Alexus Foyle, BYUH at Alaska-Anchorage, Dec. 1; 21, Joey Ramirez, WNM at Oklahoma Pandhandle, Nov. 24; 21, Alexus Foyle, BYUH vs. MSU-Northern, Dec. 11.

3-pointers made: 8, Danny Phillips, MSUB vs. Minot State, Nov. 24; 8, Danny Phillips, MSUB vs. Puerto Rico, Dec. 7.

Free throws made: 16, David LaQua, Hilo vs. Lincoln, Dec. 15; 15, Jerett Skrifvars, MSUB vs. Chadron State, Dec. 1.

Rebounds: 21, Scott Salisbury, BYUH at UC - Davis, Nov. 16; 17, Scott Salisbury, BYUH vs. MSU - Northern, Dec. 11.

Assists: 11, David Carse, MSUB vs. Puerto Rico, Dec. 7; 10, Jeremiah King, WNMU at Fort Lewis, Nov. 16.

Steals: 8, Scott Prather, Hilo vs. Nebraska-Kearney, Nov. 16; 7, Scott Salisbury, BYUH at Chico State, Nov. 19.

Blocked shots: 6, Brian Cook, MSUB vs. Minot State, Nov. 24; 5, Pablo Broering, BYUH vs. Missouri-Rolla, Nov. 30.



TOP PERFORMERS

David LaQua, Hawaii-Hilo Basketball: The guard from Pierre, S.D., was named the PacWest's player of the week last week after leading the Vulcans back from a 19-point second half deficit to beat Lincoln.

LaQua was instrumental in the comeback, scoring a career-high 37 points, with 16 of them coming from the line.



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