Stubblefield, Kim cling to leads
Larry Stubblefield and Tommy Kim endured difficult days in the second round of the Waikoloa Open yesterday, but still managed to hold their leads.
Stubblefield followed up on his first-round 65 in the Senior Club professional flight with a 72 yesterday to see his four-stroke lead reduced to one. Tommy Kim was nine shots worse than his first-round score of 66 to lead by a stroke in the professional flight.
Hawaii holds steady: The Hawaii women's golf team shot a 326 in the third round of the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational at Albuquerque, N.M., yesterday to finish in 15th place.
Football coaches split up for meetings
Hawaii football coach June Jones and defensive backs coach Rich Miano will review yesterday's game with Rice and preview next week's tussle with Tulsa at tomorrow's Na Koa luncheon at the Stan Sheriff Center.
The program begins at 11:30 a.m. and costs $13 for Na Koa members and $15 for guests.
While Jones and Miano are breaking down tape, defensive line coach Vantz Singletary and special teams coach Tyson Helton will be speaking at the Pagoda Restaurant for the Honolulu Quarterback Club.
Joining Helton and Singletary on the program will be Jim Thompson, who founded the Positive Coaching Alliance, and former Saint Louis School, Michigan State and Kansas City Chiefs football player Jim Nicholson.
The QB Club's luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m.
Seasiders bounce back to beat 2 ranked teams
Dutch Turley scored in the second overtime to lift the Brigham Young-Hawaii water polo team to a 10-9 win over No. 20 UC Davis at Santa Cruz, Calif., yesterday.
The No. 18 Seasiders beat No. 14 Air Force 7-6 earlier in the day.
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