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Sunday, July 17, 2005





CALENDAR

Today

BASEBALL
AAU Hawaii Varsity League: Kamehameha at Roosevelt, 10 a.m.; Saint Louis at Mililani, 10 a.m.; Red Raiders vs. Punahou at Roosevelt, 1 p.m.; Moanalua vs. Damien at Mililani, 1 p.m.
American Legion: Campbell vs. Moanalua, 9 a.m.; Waipahu vs. West Oahu, noon; Kaiser vs. Aiea, 3 p.m.; Kalani vs. Castle, 6 p.m., Hans L'Orange Field.
Hawaii Collegiate League: Hawaii Aliis vs. Waikiki Surfers, 1 p.m.; Kamuela Paniolos vs. Oahu Paddlers, 4 p.m., Aloha Stadium.
Summer: Hawaii Island Movers vs. PAL All Stars, 2 p.m., Les Murakami Stadium.
BOWLING
Hawaii TV: Open singles, 9 a.m., Kaneohe Bay Lanes.
HI POWER RIFLE
Aloha State Games: At Puuloa Shooting Range.
PADDLING
Hui Wa'a: Waikiki Beach Boys Regatta, 8:30 a.m., Waikiki Beach.
OHCRA: John D. Kaupiko Regatta, 8:30 a.m., Keehi Lagoon.
POLO
Hawaii Polo Club: Maui vs. Oahu, 2 p.m., Mokuleia Polo Grounds.
Honolulu Polo Club: 2:30 p.m., Waimanalo Polo Grounds.
SOCCER
Big Island Candies Volcano International Tournament: Youth, first matches, 9 a.m., Bayfront Park, Hilo.
Hawaii International Cup: U8 to U18 and adult matches at 9, 10 and 11 a.m., 1, 3 and 5 p.m. on 16 fields, Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park.
SWIMMING
Aloha State Games: 9 a.m., Kaneohe District Park.
TRIATHLON
Tinman: 750-meter swim, 35-kilometer bike ride, 10-kilometer run, 5:20 a.m., start at Queen's Surf Beach, finish at Kapiolani Park.

Tomorrow

GOLF
Waialae Women's Invitational: 36-hole strokeplay in five flights, 7:45 a.m., Waialae Country Club.

BASEBALL

Hawaii Pony Regional State Tournament

Ages 13-14
At Central Oahu Regional Park
Friday
KAC 6, Mililani B 0
Maui 10, Waianae 4
Makakilo-Kapolei 3, Hilo 2
Kauai 2, Mililani A 0
Yesterday
Waianae 6, Makakilo-Kapolei 2
KAC 11, Kauai 8
Maui 11, Hilo 0
Mililani A 5, Mililani B 4

Hawaii Baseball Report

Statistics of players with Hawaii ties in professional baseball through Friday's games:

Major Leagues

Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA
Jerome Williams Chicago Cubs, National 4 22 16 9 8 14 1-1 3.68
Brandon League Toronto Blue Jays, American 6 11 1/3 18 11 5 8 0-0 7.94


Japan

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Benny Agbayani Chiba Lotte Marines, Pacific 283 40 79 19 0 13 68 .279


Class AAA

Player Team (Franchise), League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Keoni DeRenne Tucson (D'backs), Pacific Coast 91 21 28 5 1 0 8 .308
Chris Truby Omaha (Royals), Pacific Coast 221 30 54 14 1 10 37 .244
Shane Victorino ScrantonW.B. (Phillies), Inter. 328 56 88 12 6 13 43 .272
Chad Santos Omaha (Royals), Pacific Coast 296 38 74 21 0 13 45 .250
Dane Sardinha Louisville (Reds), International 232 28 50 7 0 8 25 .216
Pitcher Team (Franchise), League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA
Dusty Bergman Salt Lake (Angels), Pacific Coast 28 48 52 13 8 39 5-3 2.44
Brandon Villafuerte Fresno (Giants), Pacific Coast 36 46 55 25 22 38 5-2 4.89


Class AA

Player Team (Franchise), League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Darren Blakely Birmingham (W. Sox), Southern 283 47 74 14 2 13 52 .261
Rex Rundgren Carolina (Marlins), Southern 236 18 58 2 2 1 14 .246
Bronson Sardinha Trenton (Yankees), Eastern 325 37 80 21 1 8 40 .246
Pitcher Team (Franchise), League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA
Mark Johnson Erie, Pa. (Tigers), Eastern 26 62 2/3 71 35 12 43 4-1 5.03


Class A

Player Team (Franchise), League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Kila Ka'aihue High Desert (Royals), California 316 52 99 16 1 12 47 .313
Brian Finegan Lake County (Indians), So. Atl 289 54 85 20 1 7 44 .294
Kurt Suzuki Stockton (Athletics), California 300 60 84 18 5 8 50 .280
Brandon Chaves Lynchburg (Pirates),Carolina 56 5 15 1 1 0 4 .268
Tim Montgomery Lake County (Indians), So. Atl 71 7 19 3 0 2 11 .268
Pat Scalabrini Delmarva (Orioles), So. Atlantic 71 9 18 2 0 2 8 .254
Rodney Choy Foo Kinston (Indians), Carolina 67 9 15 1 2 1 9 .224
Brian Bock Frederick (Orioles), Carolina 14 3 3 0 0 1 1 .214
Isaac Omura Vancouver (Athletics), Northwest 31 2 6 0 0 0 3 .194
Duke Sardinha Asheville (Rockies), So. Atlantic 31 3 4 1 0 0 1 .129
Pitcher Team (Franchise), League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA
Steve Bryant Vancouver (Athletics), Northwest 5 9 2/3 6 1 1 11 1-0 0.93
Kea Kometani Clinton (Rangers), Midwest 4 11 11 4 6 7 0-0 3.27
Clary Carlsen Clearwater (Phillies), Florida St. 23 72 2/3 80 30 25 33 2-4 3.72
Chad Bailey Columbus (Dodgers), So. Atlantic 9 20 1/3 26 11 8 13 1-2 4.87
Reid Santos Lake County (Indians), So. Atlantic 17 92 1/3 108 54 28 70 4-5 5.26
Kahi Kaanoi High Desert (Royals), California 17 84 1/3 118 56 42 35 4-8 5.98


Rookie

Player Team (Franchise), League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Kala Ka'aihue Braves (Braves), Gulf Coast 22 3 3 0 0 1 2 .136
Pitcher Team (Franchise), League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA
Shane Komine Athletics (Athletics), Arizona 2 2 1/3 5 4 1 4 0-0 15.43


Independent

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Kaliko Oligo Ohio Valley, Frontier 193 34 61 11 2 3 20 .316
Josh Green Surprise (Ariz.), Golden 102 23 30 8 1 3 20 .294
Justin Hall St. Paul (Minn.), Northern 210 38 60 8 3 3 30 .286
Jaziel Mendoza Ohio Valley, Frontier 165 35 46 10 1 8 35 .279
Pitcher Team, League G IP H ER BB SO W-L ERA
Chris George San Diego, Golden 8 11 2/3 18 9 4 13 0-3 6.94
Chad Giannetti Mid-Missouri, Frontier 8 21 30 19 9 23 0-1 8.14


Mexico

Player Team, League AB R H 2b 3b HR RBI Avg.
Mark Okano Cananea, Northern Sonona 63 11 18 2 0 1 3 .286

» Right-hander Brandon League (Saint Louis) was recalled by the Toronto Blue Jays from the Syracuse Skychiefs of the International League last Saturday when Roy Halladay was placed on the 15-day disabled list.
» Justin Hall (St. Anthony, Long Beach State) will be the starting second baseman for the South Division All-Stars in the Northern League's all-star game Tuesday.
» Rex Rundgren (Mid-Pacific Institute, Sacramento City College) hit his first home run since the 2002 season when he connected against Tennessee Smokies Monday in a 2-1 victory for the Carolina Mudcats. It was the second baseman's sixth career homer in 1,697 at-bats.
» Shortstop Brian Finegan (Hawaii) leads the Lake County Captains in batting average (.294), hits (85) and doubles (20).
» Josh Green (Hawaii) returned to the Surprise Fightin' Falcons' lineup last week after missing 10 games with a hamstring injury and sprained ankle. The outfielder went 7-for-20 including two doubles, a homer and five runs batted in.

Compiled by Al Chase, Star-Bulletin

GOLF

Scholarship America Showdown

At Hudson, Wis.
Third round, par-70
Jason Gore 67-68-64 -- 199
Jason Dufner 65-69-66 -- 200
Steve LeBrun 65-61-75 -- 201
Tim Simpson 66-67-69 -- 202
Bill Haas 71-65-67 -- 203
Jon Mills 65-68-70 -- 203
Jerry Smith 64-69-70 -- 203
Chad Wilfong 67-63-73 -- 203
Andy Morse 72-64-68 -- 204
Jason Schultz 66-69-69 -- 204
Peter Tomasulo 67-68-69 -- 204
Brandt Snedeker 63-71-70 -- 204
Anthony Painter 65-68-71 -- 204
Steven Bowditch 65-65-74 -- 204
Matt Bettencourt 70-69-66 -- 205
Steven Alker 69-70-66 -- 205
Camilo Villegas 69-69-67 -- 205
Robin Byrd 72-66-68 -- 206
Dicky Pride 70-68-68 -- 206
Shane Bertsch 70-68-68 -- 206
Greg Kraft 67-70-69 -- 206
Kevin Durkin 69-70-68 -- 207
Ryan Howison 67-72-68 -- 207
Chris Tidland 71-67-69 -- 207
David Morland IV 69-65-73 -- 207
Deane Pappas 69-69-70 -- 208
Brendon de Jonge 64-71-73 -- 208
Jeff Burns 74-67-68 -- 209
Chris Wollmann 71-70-68 -- 209
Vance Veazey 72-67-70 -- 209
Roger Tambellini 69-69-71 -- 209
Alex Aragon 70-68-71 -- 209
Keith Nolan 68-70-71 -- 209
Patrick Damron 71-67-71 -- 209
Scott Dunlap 70-67-72 -- 209
Bryce Molder 69-68-72 -- 209
Charley Hoffman 64-70-75 -- 209
Doug Garwood 66-75-69 -- 210
David Faught 71-69-70 -- 210
Eric Axley 66-71-73 -- 210
Dave Christensen 66-71-73 -- 210
Ryan Dillon 69-67-74 -- 210
John Merrick 68-66-76 -- 210
Rick Price 72-68-71 -- 211
Kris Cox 69-70-72 -- 211
Keoke Cotner 71-67-73 -- 211
Simon Nash 69-68-74 -- 211

U.S. Amateur Public Links

Men
At Lebanon, Ohio
Championship, par-70
Clay Ogden, West Point, Utah (149), def. Martin Ureta, Chile (146), 1 up.
Women
At Kansas City
Championship, par-71
Eun Jung Lee, Korea (141), def. Tiffany Chudy, Miramar, Fla. (142), 37 holes.

Local aces

Stuart Seto, Honolulu, Waialae Country Club, No. 8, 171 yards, 6-iron, June 26.
Nani Polivka, Honolulu, Turtle Bay Resort's Fazio Course, No. 8, 105 yards, 6-iron, July 2.
Hae Sook Lee, Honolulu, Makaha Valley Country Club, No. 13, 143 yards, 4-iron, July 3.
Mike Smith, Mililani, Royal Kunia Country Club, No. 5, 175 yards, 5-iron, July 7.
Jonathan Mah, Hawaii Loa, Royal Kunia Coutry Club, No. 17, 144 yards, 8-iron, July 8.

SURFING

O'Neill Grom Prix

At Kewalo
Mini Groms--1. Matthew Costa, Jr.; 2. Keanu Asing; 3. Eala Stewart; 4. Symon Rowlands; 5. Haa Aikau; 6. Galen Mizunaka.
Girls--1. Coco Ho; 2. Alessa Quizon; 3. Ashley Hunter; 4. Marissa Matsusaka; 5. Missy Valdez; 6. Alexis Portillo.
Groms--1. Derek Wong; 2. Kekoa Cazimero; 3. Wyatt Butterbaugh; 4. Johann Hedemann; 5. Kapu Ping; 6. Geoff Wong.
Oustanding Surfer Award--Seth Moniz.

TENNIS

2005 Kapalua Junior Open Championships

At Kapalua, Maui
Boys' 18 singles (round of 32)
Jesse Knutson, Shoreline, Wash., def. Ryan Weisel, Paia, Hawaii, Def.; Michael Narasaki, Wailuku, Hawaii, def. Adam Sapper, Roslyn Heights, NY, 4-6, 6-3, 1-0.
Boys' 18 singles (round of 16)
M. Narasaki def. Robby Woodbury, Riverside, Conn., 5-7, 6-4, 1-0; Myles Crandall (2), Makawao, Hawaii, def. Knutson, 6-0, 6-4; Donald James (4), San Jose, Calif, def. Zachary Prince, San Antonio, Texas, 3-6, 6-0, 1-0; Grant Boeringa, Kula, Hawaii, def. Ryan Landauer, Westport, Conn, Wd.; Brandon Narasaki, Wailuku, Hawaii def. Daniel Traisman, Greenwich, Conn., 6-0, 6-0; Marcus Von Nordheim (3), Lohhof, def. Trey Van Buskirk, La Jolla, Calif., 7-5, 6-3; Ben Bernstein, Great Neck, NY, def. Karl Singer, Old Greenwich, Conn., 6-2, 6-1;Tyler Tobita (1), Wailuku, Hawaii def. Charlie Punia, Princeton, NJ, 6-0, 6-0.
Boys' 18 singles (quarterfinal round)
Von Nordheim def. B. Narasaki, 6-4, 6-3; Tobita def. Bernstein, 6-1, 6-1.
Boys' 16 singles (round of 32)
Woodbury def. Landauer, Wd; Misha Wilson, Kula, Hawaii, def. Traisman, 7-5, 6-3.
Boys' 16 singles (round of 16)
Kyle Van Buskirk, La Jolla, Calif., def. Andrew Karp, Scarsdale, NY, 6-0, 6-0; Luke Young (2), Paia, Hawaii def. Wilson, 6-0, 6-0; Thomas Nelson, New York, NY def. Ryan Weisel, Paia, Hawaii, Def.; Sapper, def. Nathan Ugale, Wailuku, Hawaii, 6-0, 6-1; Singer def. Maxwell Eisenberg, Birmingham, MI, 6-2, 6-2; Adrian Rimm, Makawao, Hawaii def. Knutson, 6-1, 6-2; Kainoa Perryman (1), Kahului, Hawaii def. Boeringa, 6-0, 6-0; Woodbury def. Punia, 6-1, 6-4.
Boys' 16 singles (quarterfinal round)
Van Buskirk def. Perryman, 6-0, 6-1; Woodbury def. Rimm, 6-1, 7-6(2); Sapper def. Singer 6-1, 6-0; Young def. Nelson, 6-4, 6-3.
Boys' 14 singles (quarterfinal round)
Chandler Daub, Kailua Kona, Hawaii, def. Jesse Vanpoucke, Lahaina, Hawaii, 6-2, 6-0; Noah Klipstein, Lahaina, Hawaii, def. Eisenberg, 6-4, 6-4; Karp def. Rimm, 7-6(4), 2-6, 1-0.
Boys' 12 singles (quarterfinal round)
Trevor James, San Jose, Calif., def. Steven Chen, Lahaina, Hawaii, 6-2, 6-3.
Boys' 10 singles (quarterfinal round)
Luke Mountain, Trabuco Cyn, Calif., def. Matthew Zubair, Salt Lake City, Utah, 6-2, 6-0; Tyan Hack, Corona Del Mar, Calif., def. Jonathan Zubair, Salt Lake City, Utah, 7-5(6), 6-4.
Girls' 18 singles (round of 16)
Ashlee Robb, Rogers, MN, def. Jessica Upfal, W Bloomfield, MI, 6-0, 6-3; Kimberly Venus, Lahaina, Hawaii, def. Dana Hirsch, Short Hills, NJ, 6-2, 6-0; Lindsay Flagg, Scarsdale, NY, def. Julie Gross, Wynnewood, Penn., 6-4, 6-3; Fallon Blattner (3), Kihei, Hawaii def. Kate Manire, Rye, NY, 7-5, 6-0; Jessica Schissel, Roslyn, NY, def. Jacqueline Zysman, Great Neck, NY, Def; Madeline Brown, Highland Park, Ill., def. Abby Tateishi (4), Wailuku, Hawaii, Def.
Girls' 18 singles (quarterfinal round)
Venus def. Brown, 6-0, 6-1; Blattner def. Flagg, 6-4, 6-3; Kelleen Sera (1), Lahaina, Hawaii, def. Robb, 6-1, 6-3; Kaitlan Sera (2), Lahaina, Hawaii, def. Jessica Schissel, Roslyn, NY, 6-0, 6-1.
Girls' 16 singles (round of 16)
Laura King, Harrison, NY, def. Schissel, Def. Hirsch def. Gross, 6-2, 6-1; Amanda Goldstone, W Bloomfield, MI def. Brown, 6-0, 6-0; Malloy Highstein, E Brunswick, NJ, def. Chloe Nakano, Kihei, Hawaii, 6-1, 6-4; Upfal def. Zysman, Def.
Girls' 16 singles (quarterfinal round)
Kate Manire, Rye, NY, def. King, 6-3, 6-4; Goldstone def. Hirsch, 6-0, 6-3.
Girls' 14 singles (round of 16)
Katie Perryman (4), Kahului, Hawaii, def. Julia Weisel, Paia, Hawaii, 6-1, 6-0; Naomi Noury, Lahaina, Hawaii, def. King, 6-1, 6-0; Marissa Mamon, Newton, Mass., def. Rachel Pascual, Wailuku, Hawaii, 6-4, 6-1; Goldstone def. Kerrie Ann Tobita (3), Wailuku, Hawaii, 6-2, 6-1; Ashley Pascual, Wailuku, Hawaii, def. Liliana Serylo, Lahaina, Hawaii, 6-2, 6-2; Highstein def. Khatijah Corey, Lahaina, Hawaii, 6-3, 6-2.
Girls' 14 singles (quarterfinal round)
Kiana Nip (1), Lahaina, Hawaii, def. Highstein, 6-1, 6-2; Bailey Massenburg (2), Kula, Hawaii, def. A. Pascual, 6-1, 6-0; Perryman def. Noury, 6-0, 7-5; Goldstone def. Mamon, 6-0, 6-2.
Girls' 12 singles (quarterfinal round)
Melinda Mcbratney (1), Kihei, Hawaii, def. Marla Garrido, Culver City, Calif., 6-1, 6-3; Kirsty Mountain, Trabuco Cyn, Calif., def. Celine Munoz, Lahaina, Hawaii, 6-2, 6-1; Kaila Nip, Lahaina, Hawaii, def. R. Pascual, 6-4, 6-1; Tanya Noury (2), Lahaina, Hawaii, def. Weisel, 6-2, 6-1.
Girls' 14 doubles (semifinal round)
Massenburg/Perryman def. N. Noury/T. Noury (2), 9-7; A. Pascual/Tobita (1), def. Corey/Liliana Serylo, 8-4.

WATER POLO

Oahu Masters

Thursday's result
Men
Paumalu 13, Oahu Water Polo 10
High scorers--Pau: Chris Love 4. OWP: Ramsey Ross 4.
Yesterday
Men
Hawaiian Islands 7, Anuenue 6
Women
Hawaiian Islands 6, Anuenue 6



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