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Hawaii Beat


Sunday, October 31, 2004


Rainbow Wahine No. 5 in WAC cross country

Freshman Sabrina Reeve ran 5 kilometers in 17 minutes, 56.27 seconds to earn a ninth-place finish at the Western Athletic Conference cross country championships at Ruston, La., yesterday.

Reeve led Hawaii to a fifth-place finish at the meet, but the Rainbow Wahine were only a point away from fourth-place Nevada.

Sophomore Dana Buchanan was right behind Reeve in 11th place in 18:10.97. Fellow Hawaii sophomores Chantelle Laan, Danielle Binns and Kelly Young were Hawaii's other scorers, finishing 19th, 37th and 46th.

Kate Gorry of Rice won the individual title in 17:01.59 and Southern Methodist won the team competition with five runners in the top 10.

Sprinter, UH coaches at QB Club

Kelsey Nakanelua, a two-time Olympic sprinter, will join UH football coaches June Jones and Cal Lee at tomorrow's meeting of the Honolulu Quarterback Club.

Nakanelua will talk about his experiences in the latest Olympic Games while Jones and Lee will discuss Hawaii's loss to Boise State.

Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Pagoda restaurant in Honolulu with the program to follow at noon.

Seasiders close season with winning streak

Brigham Young-Hawaii's Vanja Kalabic responded to being shut out by UC Santa Cruz by throwing in five goals against No. 17 Air Force yesterday in the final day of the UC Davis Aggie water polo shootout in Calif.

Kalabic helped the Seasiders, who are ranked No. 13 in the nation, beat the Falcons 11-6. He failed to score earlier in the day when BYUH beat UC Santa Cruz 12-9.

The Seasiders play their final match of the regular season Nov. 12 against Chaminade in Laie.

Hayashi going for another title

Kevin Hayashi and Elton Tanaka will tee it up at noon tomorrow at the Pearl Country Club trying to defend their Bridgestone Sports Pro-Scratch Championship.

Hayashi and Tanaka will have to overcome 42 other teams to win the prize, which would be $10,200 for Hayashi and $3,400 in certificates and prizes for Tanaka. The tournament starts at 11:47 a.m. tomorrow and 7:14 a.m. Tuesday.


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