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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Sunday, June 30, 2002



CALENDAR

Today

BASEBALL

Best of the West Classic: Phoenix (Ariz.) vs. Baseball Factory (Md.), 8 a.m. Storm Club (Ohio) vs. Leeward, 10:30 a.m. Third place, Seattle Hurricanes (Wash.) vs. Rincon Valley (Calif.), 1:30 p.m. Championship, Hawaii Waves vs. Hardke (Calif.), 4 p.m., all games at Aloha Stadium.

BASKETBALL

King Kamehameha Tournament: Finals, 9, 10, 11 a.m., Kekuhaupio Gym 1 and 2.

BOWLING

Hawaii TV: Open singles. Qualifying, 9 a.m.; TV taping, 12:30 p.m., Barbers Point Bowling Center.

PADDLING

Hui Wa'a: Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i, Maili Beach Park.

POLO

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

TRIATHLON

Jamba Juice MountainMan XTERRA Hawaii Qualifier: 7:30 a.m., Waimea Falls Park.

Tomorrow

No major events scheduled.


BULLETIN BOARD

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This week

RUNNING

5K Banana Man Chase: Entry deadline Monday for next Sunday's event at 7 a.m., Magic Island. Fee: Secure pledges for MDA Hawaii. Applications at Jamba Juice and Runners Route. Information: 548-0588.

Epilepsy Foundation 5K Freedom Run/Walk: Thursday, 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.



Next week

CAMPS/CLINICS

Hawaii Rainbows Baseball Camps: For ages 8-18. Day Camp, July 8-12, cost $175. Hitting camp, July 13-14, cost $110. Camp day: 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. 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, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Registration: 8:30 a.m. 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.

INLINE HOCKEY

Oahu Inline Hockey League: Registration for 2002-2003 seasons. July 13, Honolulu & Leeward districts at Wilson Park Pavilion 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 14, Hawaii Kai district at Kamiloiki Park Inline Hockey Rink, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. For boys and girls, ages 8-18.Information: 595-2231.

SOCCER

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.

TENNIS

Oahu Tennis League: Accepting registrations for the summer season. Deadline: July 12. Season starts July 22. For singles and doubles, all skill levels. Information or registration forms: 381-6848 or e-mail siokg001@hawaii.rr.com.



Upcoming

BASKETBALL

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

Brother Noland Goodwill Tournament: Aug. 12-18, Palama Gym. For boys and girls, ages 9-17. Interested teams call Glenn Martin at 239-9937.

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

Camps/CLINICS

UltimateChallenge Soccer Day Camp: 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 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, ages 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 ages 8-16 at Kekuhaupi'o Gym. Fee: $60, payable to Kamehameha Girls Basketball. Information: Clay Cockett, (808) 487-3224.

Getting Ready For School Tryouts, A Soccer Clinic: Six sessions starting Aug. 14 at Kapiolani Park. Open to girls trying out for intermediate and junior varsity teams. Conducted by Michele Nagamine. Fee: $65. Information: Marc T. Maehara, 255-6020 or Mmaehara52@aol.com.

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.

INLINE HOCKEY

Oahu Inline Hockey League: Registration for 2002-2003 seasons. July 20, Kailua district at Kailua District Park, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 20, Kaneohe district at Kaneohe District Park, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For boys and girls, ages 8-18.Information: 595-2231.

SOCCER

AC Honolulu Soccer Club: Looking for U13 and U14 girls born between 8/1/88 and 7/31/90 interested in playing in HYSA's upcoming 2002-2003 season. Information: Jorge Barbosa, 734-6721 or 473-8000 ext. 3453 or e-mail jorge@achonolulu.com.

SAY Fall 7-Aside Season: For boys and girls teams, ages 5-19. Season, September to November. Cost: $200 per slot. Entry deadline: July 15. Reservations and information: Available by fax on request or at http//home.hawaii.rr.com/frames/say7.htm.

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

SOFTBALL

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.


BASEBALL

Summer Collegiate

At Les Murakami Stadium
Friday

Island Movers 19, Oahu All-Stars 5

Kameoka, Teraoka (3), Yamamoto (3), Murata (5), Terayama (6), Rapoza (8) and Steiner, Dauding (5). Schroer, Matsushima (5), Bailey (8) and Kaaihue.



Best of the West

At Aloha Stadium
Western Baseball (Calif.)9, Desert Mtn. (Ariz.) 2
Leeward 10, Baseball Factory (Md.) 2
Storm Club (Ohio)10, Phoenix (Ariz.) 5
Hardke (Calif.) 9, Rincon Valley (Calif.) 4
Hawaii Waves 13, Seattle Hurricanes (Wash.) 3



Pony

Oahu Bronco Section
At Kailua District Park
Windward "A" 6, Central Oahu YB 3
Aiea 7, Windward "B" 2
KAC 16, Ewa-Ewa Beach 7
Mililani "B" 18, Windward "B" 2
KAC 12, Makakilo-Kapolei 7

WP -- Windward "A": Preston Nakata; Aiea: Blane Higa; Mililani "B": Austin Nakamura; KAC: Kelsen Okimoto. Leading hitters -- Windward "A": Burton Talasea 2 2b. Aiea: Cody Sugitaya 3-4, 3b, 2b, RBI. KAC: Jon-Ray Rodrigues 2-2, 2 2b, 2 RBI. Ewa-Ewa Beach: David Kim 2 RBI. Mililani "B": Kylen Cadiam 3 2b, 3 RBI. Makakilo-Kapolei: Kali Smith 3b.


GOLF

US Senior Open

At Owings Mill, Md.
Purse: $2.5 million
Third round, par-71

Don Pooley 71-70-63 -- 204

Tom Watson 67-71-69 -- 207

Walter Hall 70-65-72 -- 207

Ed Dougherty 71-69-68 -- 208

Tom Kite 69-67-73 -- 209

Allen Doyle 70-69-71 -- 210

Isao Aoki 69-69-72 -- 210

John Schroeder 74-69-68 -- 211

Fred Gibson 69-69-73 -- 211

Bob Gilder 71-71-70 -- 212

Terry Mauney 72-69-71 -- 212

Jose Maria Canizares 68-68-76 -- 212

Dana Quigley 73-73-67 -- 213

Morris Hatalsky 73-72-68 -- 213

Doug Tewell 75-69-69 -- 213

Larry Nelson 71-71-72 -- 214

Jim Thorpe 70-72-72 -- 214

Jay Sigel 74-72-69 -- 215

Roy Vucinich 72-70-73 -- 215

Jay Overton 71-70-74 -- 215

Raymond Floyd 73-68-74 -- 215

R.W. Eaks 64-73-78 -- 215

Hale Irwin 73-74-69 -- 216

Bruce Lietzke 74-72-70 -- 216

Mark Pfeil 72-73-71 -- 216

Stewart Ginn 72-73-71 -- 216

Bobby Wadkins 72-73-71 -- 216

Gil Morgan 72-69-75 -- 216

Vicente Fernandez 71-70-75 -- 216

Fuzzy Zoeller 72-76-69 -- 217

Jim Dent 73-70-74 -- 217

Tom Wargo 73-70-74 -- 217

John Bland 75-73-70 -- 218

Tom Jenkins 75-72-71 -- 218

Dave Barr 73-73-72 -- 218

Dale Douglass 74-71-73 -- 218

Jim Ahern 69-75-74 -- 218

James Mason 68-76-74 -- 218

Dick Mast 71-72-75 -- 218

Graham Marsh 75-72-72 -- 219

Hubert Green 75-69-75 -- 219

Joe Inman 71-72-76 -- 219

Ted Goin 76-73-71 -- 220

David Graham 76-73-71 -- 220

Jim Holtgrieve 75-69-76 -- 220

Lanny Wadkins 73-68-79 -- 220

John Harris 75-73-73 -- 221

Christy O'Connor Jr 74-74-73 -- 221

Jim Colbert 74-70-77 -- 221

Bob Clark 78-70-74 -- 222

Ed Sabo 71-76-75 -- 222

George Burns 74-72-76 -- 222

Ian Stanley 74-74-75 -- 223

Mark McCumber 79-70-75 -- 224

Larry Stubblefield 77-72-75 -- 224

John Mahaffey 75-73-76 -- 224

Dave Eichelberger 74-75-76 -- 225

Noel Ratcliffe 80-69-76 -- 225

Tom Purtzer 78-71-76 -- 225

John Godwin 72-74-79 -- 225

Tony Peterson 72-73-81 -- 226

Paul Simson 70-76-82 -- 228

John McPhee 77-71-81 -- 229



JGTO Mizuno Open

At Kasaoka, Japan
Third round, par-72

Dean Wilson 71-69-70 -- 210

Kiyoshi Miyazato 68-72-71 -- 211

Toru Taniguchi 68-69-74 -- 211

Hirofumi Miyase 66-69-77 -- 212

Taichi Teshima 70-71-72 -- 213

Brian Watts, U.S. 73-66-74 -- 213

Lin Keng-chi, Taiwan 74-70-70 -- 214

Hajime Meshiai 73-70-71 -- 214

Todd Hamilton, U.S. 70-72-72 -- 214

Takenori Hiraishi 70-72-72 -- 214

Also

David Ishii 70-73-79 -- 222



UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS

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

Krater 96 Golf Outing Fore Women: July 9, 4 p.m., Coral Creek Golf Course. Format: 9 hole, three-person scramble. Fee: $50. Deadline: July 2. Information: 296-9696 or 441-4653.

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.

Charlie K. Aiu Golf Outing: July 14, 11:30 a.m. shotgun, Ewa Beach Golf Club. Fee: $75 per player. Check-in: 10 a.m. Format: Three-person scramble. Information: 456-2714.

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 (includes green fees, cart, lunch, two mulligans, free use of driving range, on-course refreshments, hole-in-one prizes, awards banquet, longest accurate drive and one-year membership to the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council). Deadline: July 12. Information: 944-7780.

UHS Athletic Department Benefit Tournament: July 25, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Ala Wai Golf Course. Format: Three-person scramble. Fee: $99.99 per player, $400 per team (three players), $1,000 two teams. Information: Jim Bukes, 956-7955; Allan Okubo, 735-6582, or Karen Baga, 488-0344. Deadline: July 8.

OJGA/Pearl Junior Open: July 29-30, Pearl Country Club. Format: 36-hole stroke play for boys and girls 13-17 years old. Fee: $50 for members (Junior Golf Associations for Oahu, Kauai, Hilo, Maui, Kona and Molokai) $100 for non-island association members. Information: 952-OJGA or e-mail sue@808golf.com.

Pacific Sports Care Three-Person Scramble: July 31, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Leilehua Golf Course. Fee: $125 per player ($50 tax deductible). Information: Bryan Gusman, 621-2220.

HSWGA Senior Women's Championship: Sept. 23, 7 a.m. shotgun, Waikele Golf Club. Eligibility: All HSWGA members age 50 and over. Fee: $70. Format: 18-hole stroke play. Information: Jenny Fukuhara, 488-2270 or Jean Temblor, 622-1308.



HOLES-IN-ONE

Oscar Martinez, Honolulu, No. 12, 174 yards, 7-iron, Mamala Bay Golf Course, June 23.
Leonard Anselmo, Arnold, Calif., No. 10, 140 yards, 5-iron, Coral Creek Golf Course, June 25.



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.


BASKETBALL

King Kamehameha Classic

At Kekuhaupio Gym
Boys
Mo'i bracket --
Hawaii Stars 78, University High 51; Kamehameha 65, Missouri 52
Consolation bracket -- Colorado 50, Texas 41; Oklahoma Blue 55, Oklahoma Red 42

Girls
Alii bracket --
Kalakaua 65, Punahou 41; Texas Gold 66, Iowa 64
Ikaika bracket -- Kamehameha 45, Iolani 33; Kansas 41, Texas TO 25
Imua bracket -- Extreme Hawaii 51, Michigan 46; Oklahoma 42, Missouri 29



Lady Ram Summer League

Junior varsity
At Radford H.S.
Radford 23, Pearl City 13
Maryknoll 28, Kapolei 25


PADDLING

Liberty World Challenge

At New York Harbor

Men
1. Team Hawaii (James Foti, John Foti, Mike Judd, Thiebert Lusia'a, Keali'i Pa'aina, Walter Guild), 1:57.25; 2. Newport Aquatic Center (Calif.), 2:05.38; 3. Manuiwa (Conn.), 2:07.56.

Women
1. Offshore Canoe Club (Calif.), 2:16.05; 2. Lanakila Canoe Club (Calif.), 2:18.57; 3. Washington Canoe Club (D.C.), 2:21.20.


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 113 9 24 5 0 4 19 .212

Chris Truby Detroit Tigers, American 111 5 22 3 2 1 5 .198

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

Mike Fetters Pittsburgh Pirates, National 29 27 2/3 25 10 17 26 0-0 3.25



Class AAA

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

Brandon Villafuerte Portland (Padres), Pacific Coast 38 47 2/3 34 11 20 44 7-4 2.08

Jerome Williams Fresno (Giants), Pacific Coast 15 84 1/3 84 37 23 63 3-5 3.95

Jay Spurgeon Rochester (Orioles), Internat'l 16 88 101 53 20 48 3-7 5.42



Class AA

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

Dane Sardinha Chattanooga (Reds), Southern 247 26 60 17 0 3 35 .242

Keoni DeRenne Greenville (Braves), Southern 179 30 42 10 1 2 20 .235

Keith Luuloa Huntsville (Brewers), Southern 83 9 19 5 2 1 15 .229

Shane Victorino Jacksonville (Dodgers), S'thern 275 34 63 10 1 4 24 .229

Darren Blakely Mobile (Padres), Southern 254 39 57 16 3 4 37 .224

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

Dusty Bergman Arkansas (Angels), Texas 16 26 18 4 1 14 0-0 1.38

Justin Wayne Harrisburg (Expos), Eastern 15 85 2/3 66 25 28 45 4-1 2.63



Class A

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

Brandon Chaves Hickory (Pirates), South Atlantic 199 36 54 11 1 4 33 .271

Bronson Sardinha Greensboro (Yankees), S. Atlantic 271 38 69 12 0 9 36 .255

Bryce Uegawachi Mahoning Vally (Indians), NY-Penn 16 2 4 1 0 0 2 .250

Chad Santos Wilmington, Del. (Royals), Carolina 229 25 56 15 0 3 27 .245

Rodney Choy Foo Columbus (Indians), So. Atlantic 200 33 48 2 4 4 19 .240

Mike Tejada Asheville (Rockies), So. Atlantic 169 34 39 8 0 4 21 .231

Kaulana Kuhaulua Quad City (Twins), Midwest 202 26 46 9 1 2 17 .228

Rex Rundgren Kane County (Marlins), Midwest 224 16 41 3 1 1 17 .183

Brian Rooke Vancouver (Athletics), Northwest 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

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

Brandon League Auburn, N.Y. (Blue Jays), NY-Penn 3 16 5 0 2 12 1-0 0.00

Jeff Martin Stockton (Reds), California 20 36 2/3 37 11 19 33 2-2 2.70

Jeff Coleman Visalia (Athletics), California 27 39 1/3 47 15 10 35 4-1 3.43

Patrick McNair Lexington (Astros), So. Atlantic 21 35 1/3 27 14 20 34 1-1 3.57

Jason Kahi Kaanoi Burlington (Royals), Midwest 15 84 2/3 98 46 23 57 1-6 4.89

Thomas Ford Frederick (Orioles), Carolina 26 37 1/3 43 22 19 36 0-2 5.30



Rookie

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

Duke Sardinha Casper, Wyo. (Rockies), Pioneer 25 2 7 0 0 0 1 .280

Ryan Petersen Billings, Mont. (Reds), Pioneer 15 3 4 2 0 1 1 .267

Grady Symonds Missoula (Diamondbacks), Pioneer 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 .167



Independent

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

Pat Scalabrini Quebec, Northern 82 15 32 13 0 0 15 .390

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

Hawkeye Wayne Johnstown (Pa.), Frontier 6 28 21 7 7 20 3-1 2.20

Ian Perio Amarillo, Central 1 3 7 3 3 2 0-1 9.00

>>Right-hander Brandon League (St. Louis) earned his first victory of the year for Auburn in the New York-Penn League on Friday night by pitching one-hit ball for five innings against Lowell (Mass.). He has yet to allow an earned run in three appearances.

>>Players on the move recently include left-hander Dusty Bergman (Hawaii) sent from Salt Lake City in the AAA Pacific Coast League to Arkansas in the AA Texas League, catcher Mike Tejada (Kamehameha) from Carolina in the AA Southern League to Asheville in the A South Atlantic League and infielder Keith Luuloa from Indianapolis in the AAA International League to Huntsville in the AA Southern League.

>>Right-hander Hubert Pruett (Kamehameha) has been assigned to the Brewers in the Arizona League, a rookie circuit, but has yet to pitch.

>>Left-hander Ian Perio (Castle, University of San Francisco) signed with the Amarillo (Texas) Dillas of the independent Central League, June 20.

Compiled by Al Chase, Star-Bulletin



University of Hawaii Athletics



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