Hawaii Beat
Star-Bulletin staff and wire reports

Monday, April 18, 2005

Hawaii-Hilo, Hawaii Pacific split doubleheader

Sean Tamura and Christopher Campbell had two hits each, while Jimmy Crider and Dayne Ogawa hit home runs to lead Hawaii-Hilo to a 7-4 victory over Hawaii Pacific yesterday in the second game of a season-ending baseball doubleheader for both teams at Aloha Stadium.

The Sea Warriors (21-19) won the opener 3-0 behind Ikena Dupont's four-hitter.

The Vulcans, who won three of their final four games, finished the season 6-34.

Hawaii's Young qualifies for NCAA regional

Hawaii's Kelly Young posted an NCAA regional qualifying time of 59.84 in the 400-meter hurdles at the Mt. SAC Relays yesterday in Walnut, Calif.

Young was already a NCAA qualifier in the 800-meter run. She's the first Rainbow Wahine multi-event qualifier.

Young finished second to Meka Rembert-Thompson.

UH's Meghan Weaver captured the shot put title in the University/Open division yesterday with a personal best throw of 48 feet, 2 inches.

Hawaii boxers qualify for nationals

Tupo Kulihaapai beat Kaulana Alo Kaonohi by decision to capture the USA Boxing Hawaii Junior Olympics 189-pound championship yesterday.

Kulihaapai and other division champions qualified for the nationals in Brownsville, Texas, in June.

J.J. Benitez (65 pounds), Keoni Tamanaha (114), Matthew Monkewicz (185), Corey Dennison (135), Jacob Carlos (165), Daytin Kaua (201 and over), Cameron Ursua (150), Keola McKee (95), Tyson Nahooikaika are among the other champions heading to the nationals.

Relay For Life is April 29-30

The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life runs from April 29 at 5 p.m. to April 30 at 7 a.m. at Hau'ula Community Park.

Participants will walk or run on the track to raise money for the American Cancer Society for cancer research and services.

For more information, call co-chairpersons Nalani and Ka'u'i Ubando at 286-6180 or 293-9614.

» The 5th annual Hawaii Fire Department Emergency Medical Services 5K Family Fun Run/2-Mile Walk is May 22 at 8:30 a.m. at Liliuokalani Park in Hilo.

Registration is $20 for adults and $10 for students or seniors 60 and over. All paid participants before the May 14 deadline receive a T-shirt.

For more information, call (808) 938-5081.

$25,000 donated to Hawaii State Junior Golf

The Hawaii State Junior Golf Association has received a $25,000 grant from the Bank of Hawaii Charitable Foundation, HSJGA announced last week.

The money will go toward HSJGA's administration of tournaments and to sending local junior golfers to the mainland for qualifying tournaments.

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

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