Hawaii Beat

Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, September 11, 2003

Lynch closes out win at Stroke Play Championship

John Lynch shot an even-par 72 yesterday to complete a three-shot victory in the Championship Division of the 13th AT&T Aloha Section PGA Stroke Play Championship at the Big Island's Mauna Kea Golf Course.

Kevin Carll's final-round 72 left him at 216 and in second place. Beau Yokomoto was another stroke back after a final-round 74.

In the Senior Division, defending champion Larry Stubblefield pulled away from the field by shooting a final-round 70 for a 218 total -- eight strokes better than Kenny Springer and five better than Mike Iyoki. Steve Hookano, who shared the lead with Stubblefield entering the final round, closed with an 83 to finish 13 strokes back in a tie for sixth place.

Tengan joining ILHradio broadcasts

Delbert Tengan, who led Saint Louis to a state title last year in his only season as head football coach, joins KHNR 650-AM for Interscholastic League of Honolulu broadcasts beginning this weekend, the station announced yesterday.

Tengan's first broadcast will be Saturday's 7:30 p.m. game between Saint Louis and Kamehameha.

Lad Panis returns to do play-by-play.

"Ithink Coach Delbert will add a special touch with his insight of the league, the players, the coaches and his many years of experience in ILH competition," Panis said in a release.

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