St. Mary's (Md.) edged in front of the Hawaii sailing team yesterday at the North American coed dinghy championships at Keehi Lagoon.
St. Marys takes the lead
at coed dinghy regatta
UH entered the second day of the regatta with an 11-point lead overOldDominion, but after averaging a fifth-place finish in eight races, the Rainbows head into the final day trailing St. Mary's 157-156.
Harvard is another point back, with 158 points. Old Dominion dropped to fourth place with 176 points.
Bryan Lake and Jennifer Warnock are in first place in the A division with 61 points. Molly O'Bryan, Joey Pasqualli, Sarah Hitchcock and Lindsay Peters are in sixth in the B division with 96 points.
Each division will sail in four races today, starting at 9:45 a.m. and finishing up around 1 p.m.
Senior PGA contributes to North Shore charitiesThe Friends of Hawaii Charities and the Turtle Bay Championship Senior PGA Tour golf tournament distributed $40,000 in charity funds to North Shore recipients Wednesday.
Grant funds raised as a result of the tournament last fall at the Palmer Course of the Turtle Bay Resort were distributed to community services agencies Kahuku Hospital, Sunset Beach Elementary School, Kahuku High and Intermediate Schools and the Hawaii Junior Golf Association.
The 2002 Turtle Bay Championship Senior PGA Tour tournament will be held Sept. 30-Oct. 6 with a $1.5 million purse and a $225,000 champion's prize.
Wahine hoops camp next week at UHOpenings remain for the Rainbow Wahine Basketball Camp which starts next week.
The first two sessions are for girls, second through seventh grade, and boys, second through sixth grade, June 14-16 and June 21-23, 9 a.m. to noon.
The third session is for girls, eighth through 12th grade, and boys, seventh and eighth grades, June 21-23, 1 to 4 p.m.
The fee is $75. For applications or information, call 956-2710 or 956-4507.
Honolulu Polo Club match set for SundayThe Honolulu Polo Club presents a club match Sunday starting at 2:30 p.m. at the Waimanalo Polo Grounds.
The gates open at 1 p.m. The admission is $3 with children under 12 free.