Hawaii Beat

Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, October 3, 2003

Hawaii teams to vie for recreational titles

Two Hawaii teams will compete with recreational league tennis enthusiasts from around the nation at the USA League Tennis 2.5 Adult National Championships today through Sunday at Palm Springs, Calif.

Captain Dale Keaulana of Waipahu will be joined on the USTA Hawaii Section men's team by Adam Sprouseblum of Kaneohe, Gary Jose of Aiea and Sal Lacagnina, Mavrick Kahil, Peter Klein and Michael Ragsdale, all of Honolulu.

The Hawaii women's team is from Maui. Captain Diane Grogan of Kula is joined by Panna Speas, Toni Taylor and Diane Anderson, all of Kula, and Rhonda Sanchez of Paia, Jane Williams and Gail Jordan of Makawao and Pamela Miller and Sabrina Grossman of Haiku.

Irons upset by wild card at Quicksilver France

HOSSEGOR, France >> A major storm and major moves by wild-card entrants were the big news yesterday at the Quicksilver Pro France, where reigning world champion Andy Irons of Kauai will have to battle back in the losers' second round.

Hawaii's Kalani Robb had the best single score of the event to date with a 9.43 ride, but was edged in his heat by a French wild card.

Today's action was to hinge on weather conditions.

See line scores and results
in the [ Scoreboard ] section.


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