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Thursday, November 4, 2004
Hawaii, Wolfenbarger win UH/Turtle Bay titlesHawaii shot a team total of 295 yesterday to catch UNLV and win its own UH/Turtle Bay Intercollegiate golf tournament.
Cody Wolfenbarger was 10-under for the tournament to lead UH and win the individual title in Hawaii's final action of the fall golf season.
"The conditions were really tough going into today," UH coach Ronn Miyashiro said in a release.
"It just became a matter of hanging on because nobody blew up. We just held our ground and didn't fall apart."
Hawaii's Jarrett Hamamoto shot a 3-over 75 yesterday to lock up a tie for eighth place -- his second top-10 finish of the season.
UH beat UNLV by three strokes.
UH-Hilo's Nick Mason was 5-over for the tournament, a tie for 26th place. He led the Vulcans to 16th place.
21st Annual Xcel Pro kicks off surf seasonThe 21st Annual Xcel Pro presented by Sobe No Fear kicked off the North Shore surf season at Sunset Beach yesterday with a field of 132 surfers vying for a piece of the $50,000 purse.
The contest made it through the first round and half the second round thanks to 3- to 6-foot surf.
Haleiwa's Ross Williams had the longest ride and best point total of the day, scoring perfect 10s.
Action continues today at Sunset, surf permitting.
Windsurfing's Aloha Classic next weekMore than 60 competitors from 12 countries have registered for the 2004 Aloha Classic Wave Championships windsurfing contest, set for Nov. 8-10 at Hookipa.
Notable entries include Josh Stone, Rush Randle, Sean Ordonez, Fabrice Beaux, Anders Bringdal, Alex Aguera, Sierra Emory, Dave Ezzy and Mark Angulo.
For the first time, the contest will feature Junior and Kids divisions.
The Aloha Classic is the sport's longest running event, and has been the traditional final stop on the pro world tour.
For information go to www.iwavesolutions.com/aloha or e-mail email@example.com.
See line scores and results
in the [ Scoreboard ] section.
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