LEGENDS OF THE FINISH LINE
Former middle distance great Mary Decker Slaney joined hands with former world marathon record holder Alberto Salazar at the finish line of the Diamond Head Duet yesterday. They won their age group and HPU's Christian Madsen and Sayuri Kusutani took first place overall.
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Stigall, Donegan team up to tame BobcatsMike Donegan made a pair of free throws with no time left to break a tie and give the Silverswords a 71-69 win over the Bobcats (0-4) last night at Mccabe Gym.
Point guard Roy Stigall drove the length of the floor with four seconds left and dished to Donegan, who was fouled.
Donegan finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds while Leon Ballard led Chaminade (2-5) with 20 points.
Hawaii-Hilo 84, Cal State Stanislaus 79: Brady Hyde and Ryan Abrahams each scored 19 points as the Vulcans (4-2) beat the Warriors (1-2).
Hyde led the team in rebounds (five), assists (seven) and steals (three). Kyle Bartholomew contributed 11 points for the Vulcans, who won despite being outrebounded 37-26.
Jamal O'Quinn led the Warriors with 21 points.
Division II top performers>> Nic Walters, Hawaii Pacific basketball: Walters was awarded the Pacific West's player of the week award after scoring 53 points in two games last week. The junior from Salinas, Calif., lit up Carleton College for 33 points with eight rebounds and four assists then put up 20 points, seven rebounds and six assists against St. Mary's.
>> Ashley Moeai, Brigham Young-Hawaii volleyball: The junior middle blocker is often lost among the talent that surrounds her, but she asserted herself in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA II championships, putting down 21 kills with just two errors in 28 hitting attempts to put the Seasiders in the final four.