Chico, Stanislaus win at Mauna Lani
Cal State Chico won the women's division on the second playoff hole and Cal State Stanislaus claimed the men's division by seven strokes as the Mauna Lani Intercollegiate golf tournament concluded yesterday on the Big Island.
CSU Chico and host Hawaii-Hilo were tied at 631 after 36 holes. The teams were even after the first playoff hole before the Wildcats won on the second hole with three pars that the Vulcans could not match.
Chico's Katie Leong earned medalist honors with a 151, edging Hilo's Jayna Shimomura and Wildcat teammate Denis Canadas by a stroke.
Cal State Stanislaus and were tied with Sonoma State after two rounds of the 54-hole men's tournament. The Warriors pulled away with a final-round 283 to finish six strokes ahead of the Cossacks and 18 strokes ahead of the host Vulcans.
Medalist honors went to Western Washington's Tim Feenstra, whose 210 was one stroke better than Stanislaus' Ryan Thornberry and Sonoma's Jarin Todd.
Soccer honors for 3 with isle ties
Three players from Hawaii have been named to the All-Golden State Athletic Conference women's soccer team.
Selected were Jolie Nitta of Azusa Pacific, Elizabeth Kalama of Point Loma Nazarene and Amy Lawson from Westmont College.
Nitta, a junior midfielder from Mililani, has scored two goals and contributed three assists in 17 matches for the 14-0-3 Cougars, ranked No. 1 in the final NAIA Regional II poll.
Kalama, a junior defender from Kamehameha, has one assist for the 10-3-4 Sea Lions, runners-up to APU in the GSAC standings, and ranked second regionally.
Lawson, a freshman striker out of Iolani, led the 13th-ranked Warriors in scoring in conference matches with eight goals, four of them game winners.
Halawa Little League registration Friday
The Halawa Little League will register players Friday at Halawa District Park from 7 to 8:30 p.m. registration is open to players 5- to- 18-years-old.
A copy of the player's birth certificate and three proofs of residency are required. The fees ranged from $90 to $165.
For more information, call Debra Pajimola at 486-6489.
Extreme volleyball at Queen's Beach
Hawaii's Mark Paaluhi headlines the field for this Saturday's 14th Corona Light EVP Pro Am Volleyball finals at Queen's Beach.
Pro-am teams from around the country will compete in the 12th and final stop of the EVP tour, a circuit featuring extreme beach players. The day includes free clinics and chances to play with the pros.
The event is scheduled for 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. Admission is free.
The Web site is www.evptour.com
Pro-Scratch Championship at Pearl
Jeff Ferry and Bryan Edwards return to defend their title in the 5th Bridgestone Sports Pro-Scratch Championship, Nov. 7-8, at Pearl Country Club.
Forty teams are entered in the event that pairs professionals -- vying for a $10,000 purse -- and amateurs, playing for $3,275 in merchandise and prices.
The first round is at two-player scramble and the second round is a best-ball format.