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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Sunday, June 16, 2002



CALENDAR

Today

PADDLING

Hui Wa'a: Manu O Ke Kai Regatta, 8:30 a.m., Haleiwa Beach.

OHCRA: Leeward Kai Regatta, 8:30 a.m., Maili Beach.

POLO

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

RUNNING

Roots-n-Rocks: 12 hours, 6 a.m., Hawaii Nature Center.

SAILING

49er World Championship: Olympic qualifier, practice race, 8 a.m., Kaneohe Bay.

Tomorrow

BASEBALL

Summer Collegiate: Hawaii Island Movers vs. West Oahu All Stars, 6 p.m., Murakami Stadium.

SAILING

49er World Championship: Olympic qualifier, 8 a.m., Kaneohe Bay.


FOOTBALL

Oahu League

At Barbers Point
Honolulu Crusaders 29, Windward Na Toa 14


GOLF

Mililani Rainbow Open

At Mililani Golf Course
First round
Pro flight

Regan Lee 68-68 -- 136

Phillip Chun 70-69 _ 139

Kevin Hayashi 69-71- 140

Kevin Carll 66-74 _ 140

Chad Saladin 73-68 -- 141

Ivan Cunningham 70-72 _ 142

Andrew Feldmann 74-68 -- 142

Deron Doi 71-72 -- 143

Beau Yokomoto 69-74 -- 143

Rodney Acia 73-70 -- 143

Brian Sasada 70-73 - 143

Edward Tischler 71-73 -- 144

Leland Lindsay 71-73 - 144

Reynold Lee 73-71 -- 144

Champ Flight

Matthew Ma 68-74 -- 142

Blaine Kimura 70-75 -- 145

Rhys Evans 74-71 -- 145

Phillip Anamizu 73-72 -- 145

Neal Takara 70-76 -- 146

John Bascuk 72-74 -- 146

A-Flight
Top five

Alan Adachi 76-71 -- 147

Michael Yanagihashi 77-74 -- 151

John Manumaleun 80-72 -- 152

Sinatro Hee 75-78 - 153

Robert Ota 79-74 -- 153

B-Flight
Top five

Robert Luat 76-81 -- 157

Matt Demello 75-84 -- 159

James Enomoto 77-82 - 159

Ivan Ito 81-78 -- 159

Allan Araki 79-81 - 160

Richard Fujiwara 78-82 -- 160

Clayton Taniyama 83-77 -- 160


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This Week

BASEBALL

Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau Open Tryout: Friday, Les Murakami Stadium, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Starts with registration. Open to players age 16-22. Players must be present for registration. American Legion players must have written permission from their coach, manager or Post Commander in order to participate. Each player must sign a liability waiver available at registration or at www.mlb.com. If a player is under age 21, a parent or legal guardian also must sign the waiver. Information: Dan Dixon at (909) 699-8125 or e-mail dngdixon@aol.com.

Camps

Sole Fundamental Basketball Camp: Monday-Friday, Manoa Valley District Park Gym. Two sessions daily. For boys and girls in grades 5 through 7, 4:30-6:30 p.m. For boys and girls in grades 8-11, 6:45-8:45 p.m. Fee: $100, includes basketball and T-shirt. Conducted by Ross Kinsler, Assets boys coach, with Brandyn Akana, Kalia McGee, Kawika Smith, Kahi Villa, Janice Smith and Pierre Elliott. Information, 440-3615 or Ross Kinsler, 282-8300.

Hawaii Rainbows Baseball Pitching and Catching Camp: Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., ages 8-18. Cost: $110. Lunch not included. With UH head coach Mike Trapasso, staff, scouts and high school coaches. Applications or information: 956-6247.

Kids' Sports Camp: Four- and eight-week sessions starting Saturday. Cost $90 and $160, respectively. Honolulu Club sponsored. Every Saturday this summer for members and nonmembers age 7-13. Information, Jodi Melton, 543-3974.

SAILING

Fundamentals Class: Wednesday through July 15 each Monday and Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 p.m., McKinley High School, AC-4. Class is free. Text available for $35. Registration begins 6 p.m. first night. Information: Arlen Walsten, 537-2905 or 478-8997, Bill Pelzer, 526-1387.

VOLLEYBALL

Youth Lessons: Offered by the Oahu Volleyball Club for boys and girls, age 10 and under. One eight-week session starts Tuesday. Classes held Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Community Church of Honolulu in Nuuanu. For information or registration, call Kelli or Debbie Koochi at 486-5092.



Next Week

BASKETBALL

King Kamehameha Summer Tournament: June 28-30 at Kekuhaupi'o Gym. Sponsored by Kamehameha boys and girls basketball with World Class Sports. Tournament features high school teams from across the U.S. Fee: $85, payable to Kamehameha Girls Basketball. Information: Clay Cockett, (808) 487-3224.

Camps

Hawaii Rainbows Baseball Day Camp: Age 8-18. June 24-28, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Fee: $175. Lunch not included. With UH head coach Mike Trapasso, staff, scouts and high school coaches. Applications or information: 956-6247.



Upcoming

BASKETBALL

NJB Hawaii National Tournament: July 17-21. Divisions: Under 12, 14 and 16 for boys and girls. Information: Matt Tsukazaki, 721-2727.

NJB Hawaii Fall Season: Aug. 17-Oct. 27. For boys and girls, age 8-17. Open registration and tryouts, July 6, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Palolo District Park Gym. Information: Matt Tsukazaki, 721-2727.

Camps

Hawaii Rainbows Baseball Camp: All camps, age 8-18. Day Camp, July 8-12, cost $175. Hitting camp, July 13-14, cost $110. Each camp day is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch not included. With UH head coach Mike Trapasso, staff, scouts and high school coaches. Applications or information: 956-6247.

UltimateChallenge Soccer Day Camp: July 8-12, Koko Head Elementary School, July 15-19, Ewa Beach. Two sessions daily, 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Fee: $95 half day, $130 full day. Registration forms available at any soccer store. Information: 521-4226 or e-mail islandsoccer@hotmail.com.

Bob Barry Goalkeeper's Clinic: July 13-14, Mililani District Park; July 21-22, Kailua District Park, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Registration at 8:30 a.m. the first day. Fee: $90. For players age 8 and above. Keepers age 14 and up put in advanced groups. Applications or information: Bob Barry, 236-4515 (home), 375-1314 (cell) or e-mail barryr003@hawaii.rr.com.

Pete Smith Basketball Camp: July 22-24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Kalaheo H.S. Gym. For boys and girls, age 8-17. Fee: $125. With Pete Smith, Alika Smith, Chico Furtado, Jerry Busone and former and current college players. Information: 597-8212 or e-mail jennifer@professionalresults.com.

Major League Soccer Camps: July 22-26 in Kailua and West Oahu; Aug. 12-16 in Honolulu. For information on camp times, locations and prices, call Olly Bayless, 1-800-680-6272 or e-mail olly.bayliss@mlscamps.com or register online at www.mlscamps.com.

Kamehameha Basketball Camp and Clinic: July 27-28 for boys and girls age 8-16 at Kekuhaupi'o Gym. Fee: $60, payable to Kamehameha Girls Basketball. Information: Clay Cockett, (808) 487-3224.

FOOTBALL

Ewa Pop Warner: Football and Cheerleader registration, every Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Ewa Beach Shopping Center. For boys and girls, age 8-14. Coaches also wanted. Information: 647-2455 or 681-6062.

FLAG FOOTBALL

Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Spring Invitational: July 22-28, Kapiolani Park. Fee: $350 for 8-man eligible; $175 for 4-on-4 division. Fee includes 3 games minimum and medical insurance. Information: 672-6050 or e-mail darainbow@bigplanet.com or check out www.darainbow.com.

RUNNING

Epilepsy Foundation 5K Freedom Run/Walk: July 4, 7:30 a.m., Kailua H.S. Cost: $18 with a T-shirt, $10 without a T-shirt. T-shirts available for $10. Applications in Hawaii Race magazine. On-line registration at Active.com. Information: Sheila Bierwert, 528-3058, Monique Weisman, 741-0873, Ed Kemper, 524-0330 ext. 2 or www.hawaiiepilepsy.com/efh.

SOCCER

Windward Soccer Club Volcanoes: Tryouts, boys and girls, age 8-19, July-August. Accepting coaching applications. Information: John Bingham, 261-7328 or 422-3250. Bob Barry at barryr003@hawaii.rr.com.

SOFTBALL

AYSO National Games: July 8-14. Volunteers needed for numerous tasks including to monitor the field, help register teams, chaperon youth events, clean up fields, set up the fields. Anyone interested can go to the National Games website at www.nationalgameshawaii.org and print out the volunteer forms, or can request a form via e-mail at NationalGamesHI@aol.com. Completed forms can be returned to Max Sword by fax (808) 247-0062, or via e-mail to: NationalGamesHI@aol.com.

SportStan 2nd Annual Sweet 16 Classic: Aug. 30-Sept. 1, Central Oahu Regional Park. Eight Upper/Open teams (first paid) and eight lower/D team (first paid). Pool play, double elimination, minimum five games. Fee: $225. Information: Stan Mahelona, 227-7826, pager 856-0510 leave message.

SportStan First SweetHearts Women's Classic: Sept. 2, Central Oahu Regional Park. Eight teams (first paid). Pool play, double elimination, minimum five games. Fee: $225. Information: Stan Mahelona, 227-7826, pager 856-0510 leave message.


UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS

UH College of Ed. Alumni Association Tournament: June 21, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Ala Wai Golf Course. Format: Three-person modified scramble. Fee: $80 per player; $240 per team. Information: Les Matsubara, 988-3402; Sam Kakazu, 233-5600 ext. 570; Lloyd Hisaka, 956-3819.

Duffers for Dalton Tournament: June 25, noon shotgun, Pearl Country Club. Check-in: 10:30 a.m. Putting Contest: 11:00 a.m. Format: Three-person scramble, rotation putting, four drive minimum per person. Minimum team handicap: 36. Maximum handicap for men: 30; for women: 40. Fee: $100 per player. Information: 951-VOTE (8683).

Izumo Taisha Invitational: June 25, noon shotgun, Honolulu Country Club. Check-in: 11 a.m. Format: Double Peoria. Fee: $125. Information: 538-7778 or fax at 599-2786.

Hemophilia Foundation of Hawaii Tournament: June 27, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Kapolei Golf Course. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $100 per player. Information: 521-5483.

HCIL Tournament: June 28, 11:30 a.m. shotgun, Honolulu Country Club. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $150 per player; $400 for three-person team; $600 for corporate-sponsored team. Maximum handicaps: Men 24, women 30. Benefit for the Hawaii Centers for Independent Living. Information: 522-5400.

Weed & Seed Law Enforcement Explorers: June 28, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Mililani Golf Course. Format: Three-person scramble. Maximum handicaps: Men 24, women 36. Fee: $100. Information: 529-3695.

Dolphin Days Tournament: June 29, 7:30 a.m. shotgun, Waikoloa Beach Resort Kings' Course. Format: Four-person scramble. Fee: $135 per player. Limited to first 144 players. Information: 1-808-886-1234, ext. 2513.

Hawaii Pacific University Baseball Tournament: July 9, noon shotgun, Honolulu Country Club. Fee: $100. Deadline: July 6. Information: 478-2893.

Golf FORE Damien Tournament: July 11, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Waikele Golf Club. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $125 per player; $375 per team. Information: 841-0196.

Korean University Club Tournament: July 11, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Leilehua Golf Course. Check-in: 11:30 a.m. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $85 per player; $255 per team. Deadline: June 30. Information: 732-2217 or kjkim@hawaii.rr.com.

Ronald McDonald House Classic: July 11, noon, Mamala Bay Golf Course. Fee for three-person teams: $750 (Silver), $1,150 (Gold) and $2,000 (Platinum). Information: 973-5683, ext. 240.

PAAC International Classic: July 19, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Leilehua Golf Course. Check-in: 10 a.m. Putting contest: 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Format: Two-person best-ball in A, B and C flights. Donation fee: $175 per player. Deadline: July 12. Information: 944-7780.



HOLES-IN-ONE

Norman Lum, Waipahu, No. 8, 142 yards, 7-iron, Navy-Marine Golf Course, May 22.
Ko Yong, Honolulu, No. 12, 170 yards, driver, June 4, Navy-Marine Golf Course.
William Vanderford, Honolulu, No. 5, 169 yards, 7-iron, Kapolei Golf Course, June 4.
Kazuo Ishida, Japan, No. 5, 114 yards, 6-iron, Honolulu Country Club, June 7.
Donald Meinel, Honolulu, No. 12, 188 yards, 7 wood, Leilehua Golf Course, June 10.
Felix Jaralba Jr., Mililani, No. 14, 194 yards, 3-iron, Walter J. Nagorski Golf Course, June 10.
Richard Maruyama, Honolulu, No. 2, 196 yards, 3-wood, Ala Wai Golf Course, Jun. 11.



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.


HAWAII BASEBALL REPORT

Statistics of players in professional baseball with Hawaii ties through Friday's games:

Major Leagues

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.

Benny Agbayani Colorado Rockies, National 90 6 19 3 0 3 16 .211

Chris Truby Detroit Tigers, American 78 3 15 2 2 1 4 .192

Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA

Mike Fetters Pittsburgh Pirates, National 26 25 1/3 21 6 13 24 0-0 2.13



Class AAA

Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA

Tyler Yates Norfolk (Mets), International 24 34 29 5 13 34 2-2 1.32

Brandon Villafuerte Portland (Padres), Pacific Coast 31 40 1/3 30 9 11 43 4-4 2.01

Jerome Williams Fresno (Giants), Pacific Coast 13 73 1/3 71 29 21 52 3-5 3.56

Jay Spurgeon Rochester (Orioles), Internat'l 14 73 1/3 88 46 17 42 3-6 5.65

Dusty Bergman Salt Lake City (Angels), PCL 15 21 2/3 28 19 7 16 1-1 7.89



Class AA

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.

Dane Sardinha Chattanooga (Reds), Southern 215 24 54 17 0 3 33 .251

Shane Victorino Jacksonville (Dodgers), S'thern 237 30 56 8 1 4 23 .236

Darren Blakely Mobile (Padres), Southern 223 35 52 14 3 3 36 .233

Keoni DeRenne Greenville (Braves), Southern 161 25 37 10 1 2 18 .230

Keith Luuloa Huntsville (Brewers), Southern 44 5 9 3 1 0 7 .205

Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA

Justin Wayne Harrisburg (Expos), Eastern 12 68 13 17 20 36 4-1 2.24



Class A

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.

Rodney Choy Foo Columbus (Indians), So. Atlantic 165 31 44 2 4 3 16 .267

Bronson Sardinha Greensboro (Yankees), S. Atlantic 239 33 61 11 0 9 33 .255

Mike Tejada Asheville (Rockies), So. Atlantic 157 23 39 8 0 4 21 .248

Brandon Chaves Hickory (Pirates), South Atlantic 170 30 42 8 1 4 30 .247

Chad Santos Wilmington, Del. (Royals), Carolina 194 19 45 13 0 2 23 .232

Kaulana Kuhaulua Quad City (Twins), Midwest 183 20 39 8 1 2 16 .213

Rex Rundgren Kane County (Marlins), Midwest 193 14 37 3 1 1 14 .192

Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA

Jeff Martin Stockton (Reds), California 18 31 2/3 32 10 17 32 2-2 2.84

Jeff Coleman Visalia (Athletics), California 24 36 2/3 42 14 9 32 4-1 3.44

Jason Kahi Kaanoi Burlington (Royals), Midwest 13 73 2/3 77 33 23 50 1-4 4.03

Patrick McNair Lexington (Astros), So. Atlantic 17 26 2/3 19 12 19 29 1-1 4.05

Thomas Ford Frederick (Orioles), Carolina 24 34 2/3 39 21 18 31 0-2 5.45



Independent

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.

Pat Scalabrini Quebec, Northern 46 8 21 7 0 0 13 .457

Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA

Hawkeye Wayne Johnstown (Pa.), Frontier 4 15 14 3 4 12 2-0 1.80

>>Outfielder Darren Blakely (Hawaii) and catcher Dane Sardinha (Kamehameha, Pepperdine) have been named to the Western Division team for the Southern League All-Star game Wednesday.

>>Right-hander Jason Kahi Kaanoi (Kamehameha) and shortstop Rex Rundgren (Mid-Pacific) have been named to the West team for the Midwest League All-Star game Tuesday.

>>Hawaii's Ryan Arasato, who became a professional umpire in January, has been assigned to the short-season Class A Northwest League which begins play tomorrow.

>>Left-hander Ian Perio (Castle, U. of San Francisco) was released by the Fort Worth Cats of the independent Central League on Monday.

>>Designated hitter Gabe Memmert (Punahou, Maine) was released by the Canton (Ohio)Coyotes of the independent Frontier League on Wednesday.

Compiled by Al Chase, Star-Bulletin



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