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Sunday, August 1, 2004



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Today

AUTOCROSS

Solo II: Gates open, 8 a.m., Hawaii Raceway Park.

BASEBALL

American Legion Championship Tournament: West Oahu vs. Windward, 10 a.m.; Knights vs. game 4 loser, 1 p.m.; Kalani vs. Diamond Head, 4 p.m.; Punahou vs. game 4 winner, 7 p.m., Hans L'Orange Field.

Summer Collegiate Tournament: Third vs. fourth seed, 1 p.m., first vs. second seed, 4 p.m., Murakami Stadium.

BOWLING

Hawaii TV: Modified doubles, 9 a.m., qualifying; 12:30 p.m., TV taping, Schofield Bowling Center.

GOLF

80th Big Island Amateur: Waikoloa Beach Resort.

PADDLEBOARD

Quiksilveredition: Molokai to Oahu, 32-mile race begins at Molokai's Kalua Koi Hotel shoreline and finishes at Oahu's Maunalua Bay Beach Park, 7:30 a.m.

POLO

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

TENNIS

Men's Night Doubles: First-round matches, 6 and 7:15 p.m., Kailua Racquet Club.


Tomorrow

BASEBALL

American Legion Championship Tournament: Games at 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Hans L'Orange Field.

GOLF

80th Big Island Amateur: Waikoloa Beach Resort.

TENNIS

Men's Night Doubles: Second-round matches, 6 and 7:15 p.m., Kailua Racquet Club.


BASKETBALL

NCAA summer league

Honolulu Ford 101, Central Medical Clinic 96
Mango Moon 114, John Hancock 107

High scorers--HF: Jeremy Robinson 35, J.C. Carter 24. CMC: John Lane 32, Jeff Blackett 27. MM: Altrekia Christmas 26, Justice Sueing 22. JH: Narius Puida 35, Nick Stajic 22.


BASEBALL

American Legion

Championship Tournament
At Hans L'Orange Field

Punahou 4, Knights 3
Diamond Head 7, West Oahu 6
Kalani 8, Windward 1


Island Movers

International Goodwill Tournament
At Murakami Stadium
Yesterday's results

Sapporo University 6, San Mateo Bulldogs 0

ISLAND MOVERS 8, OSAKA GAKUIN 2

Osaka Gakuin 000 100 010 -- 2 5 2
Island Movers 001 000 34x -- 8 12 0

T. Wada, Y. Matsuki (8), T. Yamato (8) and Y. Sekino. Matthew Hanson, Isaac Kamai (6), Shaun Kiriu (8) and Jowen Murray-Thornton. W--Kamai. L--Matsuki.

Leading hitters--OG: Y. Hiramatsu, 2b. IM:Herman Reddick III, 2-4, 3b; Dane Marcouiller, 2-3, RBI; Daniel Miramontes, 2-4, RBI; Luis Avila, 2-2, 3 RBIs.

Friday's results

San Mateo Bulldogs 3, Osaka Gakuin 0
Island Movers 1, Sapporo University 0


TENNIS

Men's Night Doubles

At Kailua Racquet Club
Friday's results

Round of 32--Ben Salomon and Willem Schutte def. Jon Okada and Matthew Young, W/O;

Art Lambert and Bruce Nagel def. Daniel Loo and Darin Shigeta, 0-6, 6-1, 6-2;

Bob Beckvall and Charles Swift def. Richard Gregory and Gary Sakuma, 6-4, 6-3.


TRANSACTIONS

Baseball

National League

CINCINNATI REDS--Transferred OF Jason Romano from the 15- to the 60-day DL.

FLORIDA MARLINS--Traded OF Abraham Nunez to Kansas City for RHP Rudy Seanez. Acquired RHP Ismael Valdez from San Diego for RHP Travis Chick.

LOS ANGELES DODGERS--Acquired CF Steve Finley and C Brent Mayne from Arizona for C Koyie Hill, OF Reggie Abercrombie and LHP Bill Murphy. Traded LHP Tom Martin and cash to Atlanta for LHP Matt Merricks.

NEW YORK METS--Traded RHP Scott Erickson and cash to Texas for a player to be named.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS--Placed RHP Jerome Williams on the 15-day DL. Recalled RHP Merkin Valdez from Norwich of the Eastern League.


GOLF

U.S. Senior Open

At St. Louis
Second round, par-71

Peter Jacobsen 65-70 -- 135
Craig Stadler 66-69 -- 135
Jose Maria Canizares 68-68 -- 136
Tom Kite 69-68 -- 137
Jay Haas 67-70 -- 137
Fuzzy Zoeller 71-66 -- 137
D.A. Weibring 71-66 -- 137
Bob Gilder 68-69 -- 137
Gil Morgan 68-70 -- 138
Hale Irwin 71-67 -- 138
Morris Hatalsky 70-69 -- 139
Mark James 70-70 -- 140
Dave Stockton 72-68 -- 140
Bruce Fleisher 69-71 -- 140
Doug Johnson 70-70 -- 140
Walter Hall 69-71 -- 140
Andy Bean 69-71 -- 140
Doug Tewell 70-70 -- 140
Dan Halldorson 69-71 -- 140
Don Pooley 68-73 -- 141
Darrell Kestner 69-72 -- 141
Mark McNulty 68-73 -- 141
Gary Sowinski 70-71 -- 141
David Eger 68-73 -- 141
Graham Marsh 71-71 -- 142
Jim Thorpe 74-68 -- 142
John Harris 72-70 -- 142
Wayne Levi 68-74 -- 142
Pete Oakley 76-66 -- 142
Larry Nelson 72-70 -- 142
Dave Barr 71-71 -- 142
Mike Reid 71-72 -- 143
Bruce Summerhays 73-70 -- 143
Stewart Ginn 71-72 -- 143
Jim Ahern 72-71 -- 143
Tom Jenkins 69-74 -- 143
Dave Eichelberger 74-69 -- 143
John Jacobs 71-72 -- 143
Des Smyth 74-69 -- 143
Ricky Beck 71-73 -- 144
Jay Sigel 69-75 -- 144
Tom Purtzer 70-74 -- 144
Leonard Thompson 69-75 -- 144
Hajime Meshiai 74-70 -- 144
John Aubrey 69-75 -- 144
John Ross 74-70 -- 144
Bruce Lietzke 75-69 -- 144
Tom Watson 74-70 -- 144
Jack Slayton 75-70 -- 145
Sammy Rachels 71-74 -- 145
Steven Veriato 77-68 -- 145


Wichita Open

At Wichita, Kan.
Third round, par-71

Brad Elder 69-63-67 -- 199
Anthony Painter 66-72-64 -- 202
Erik Compton 68-68-66 -- 202
Darron Stiles 66-67-69 -- 202
Justin Bolli 66-72-65 -- 203
David Hearn 70-66-67 -- 203
Steve Gangluff 68-65-70 -- 203
Keoke Cotner 64-67-72 -- 203


Local aces

Robert Hong, Honolulu, Waialae Country Club, No. 2, 171 yards, 5-iron, July 25.

Jane Saito, Pearl City, Ewa Villages Golf Course, No. 2, 90 yards, 9-iron, July 26.

Joan Dang, Hawaii Kai, Pearl Country Club, No. 13, 115 yards, 7-wood, July 28.


Upcoming tournaments

St. Elizabeth Church Fun Fest: Aug. 27, 12:30 p.m. shotgun, Waikele Golf Course. Fee: $125 per player. Deadline: Aug. 9. Information: 626-4878 or 375-3391.


BOWLING

Hawaiian Brian's

Junior Singles Championship
At Aiea Bowl
July 30-31 qualifying round

Boys

1. Mark French, 2,789; 2. Stephen Babcock, 2,564; 3. Mason Sherman, 2,540; 4. Jarret Mizo, 2,521; 5. Brian Leseberg, 2,519; 6. Kellen Sasano, 2,503; 7. Jason Dutcher, 2,468; 8. Jeremy Yasutake, 2,468; 9. Eric Tsukamoto, 2,457; 10. Chad Uyehara, 2,455;

11. Kainoa Butler, 2,451; 12. Scott Shiira, 2,435; 13. Cy Hiyane, 2,425; 14. Toby Sambueno, 2,401; 15. Jeff Spiesman, 2,394; 16. Ryan Council, 2,380; 17. Kyle Nagamine, 2,374; 18. Ivan Miyasato, 2,362; 19. Walter Ching, 2,359; 20. Chad Tanimoto, 2,350;

21. Ivan Yee, 2,343; 22. Brad Cabral, 2,340; 23. Chris Fritsch, 2,333; 24. Jared Hayashi, 2,310; 25. Darin Villegas, 2,308; 26. Jasen Ono, 2,299; 27. Christopher Torres, 2,298; 28. Robert Fuke, 2,291; 29. Brent Hayashida, 2,291; 30. Darren Cheng, 2,285;

31. Jason Leonard, 2,269; 32. Grayson Kealalio, 2,268; 33. Zachary Lee, 2,267; 34. Marshall Akau, 2,258; 35. Jason Wong, 2,254; 36. Shaun Hamamura, 2,250.

Girls

1. April Lemieux, 2,405; 2. Cherish Saunders, 2,307; 3. Starr Hamamoto, 2,300; 4. Suzana Signaigo, 2,267; 5. Jodi-Ann Gum, 2,237; 6. Jenea Cox, 2,234; 7. Tara Nishida, 2,231; 8. Shaina Carnate, 2,228; 9. Darrolyn Gasper, 2,196; 10. Niki Council, 2,184;

11. Terrilynn Ono, 2,176; 12. Lauren Lemieux, 2,151; 13. Michele Cultrera, 2,148; 14. Seiko Santos, 2,128; 15. Samantha Masuda, 2,115; 16. Melissa Wong, 2,115; 17. Theresa Olpendo, 2,091; 18. Renee Jong, 2,085; 19. Dawn Yamane, 2,056; 20. Kara Lynn Adan, 2,051;

21. Lianne Deeter, 2,008; 22. Christine Kealalio, 1,984; 23. Joy Ishibashi, 1,933; 24. Jenelle Hirano, 1,915.


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