Chan moves up at Optimist tournament
Lorens Chan of Honolulu shot a 1-under-par 71 yesterday to move into fourth place in the boys 12-13 division at the Optimist International Junior Golf Championships in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Chan enters today's third and final round at 3-under 141, five strokes behind leader Nond Ounmuang of Thailand. Alexander Chiarella of Makawao is tied for 18th at 6 over. Justin Keiley and David Saka are both tied for 52nd at 160.
Alina Ching of Honolulu and Kelli Oride of Lihue are tied for 16th in the Girls 12-13 division at 157. Marissa Chow of Honolulu is another four strokes back.
Alika Bell of Kaneohe is tied for 10th in the Boys 14-15 division at 5-over 149. Cory Oride, Zakry Akagi-Bustin and Jonathan Keiley did not finish their second rounds due to inclement weather.
Jameson Keiley of Haiku is tied for 16th in the Boys 10-11 division at 154, followed by Richard Hattori (T26, 157), Skye Inakoshi (T32, 159) and Kalena Preus (T39, 165).
Alexandra Kaui of Kapolei is 21st in the Girls 10-11 division at 157. Kacie Komoto is 26th at 168.
» David Rau and Darren Summer shot 6-under 64 yesterday to take a one-stroke lead in the Aloha Section PGA Prolink Solutions Pro-Pro Championship at Kaanapali Resort's South Course. The tournament concludes today.
Marciel tosses no-hitter for Island Movers
Iolani graduate Wally Marciel threw a seven-inning no-hitter to lead the Hawaii Island Movers to a 3-0 win over the Oahu Cubs yesterday at Les Murakami Stadium.
Marciel strick out five and walked three in the complete-game performance. Robert Medina went 3-for-3 and drove in a run for the Movers. The Island Movers also lost to Paradise 2-1 yesterday.
Aiea stays alive in PONY tournament
State champion Aiea routed Fullerton 11-1 to avoid elimination in the PONY Baseball (13-year-old division) West Zone Tournament yesterday in Fullerton, Calif.
Miles Higa allowed just two hits and struck out nine to pick up a complete-game victory. Ryan Cortez went 3-for-3 with an RBI and James Higa, Royce Murai and Jordan Tanioka drove in two runs each. Bronson Shim added an RBI double.