Hawaii stays alive at Legion regional
Cameron Bayne hit for the cycle and pitched seven innings to get the win as Hawaii defeated Tucson, Ariz., 14-11 yesterday in the American Legion Western Regional at Albuquerque, N.M.
Bayne lasted seven innings, giving up nine runs on 10 hits and seven walks. But the Saint Louis product helped alleviate his pitching woes at the plate, going 4-for-6 and driving in four runs. Scott Hiramoto got the save.
Hawaii (2-1) took an 11-1 lead following back-to-back five-run outings in the third and fourth innings, highlighted by Gregory Hackler's two-run shot to left field.
Hawaii continues play in the double-elimination tournament today with a game against undefeated Las Vegas (3-0).
Stanley scores 11 as U.S. falls to Poland
Honolulu's Clay Stanley scored 11 points as the U.S. men's volleyball national team let a 2-0 lead evaporate as Poland defeated the U.S., 17-25, 21-25, 25-19, 25-23, 17-15, yesterday in an FIVB World League match at Katowice, Poland.
The two teams play again today at 6:30 a.m. Hawaii time.
St. Andrew's AD honored
St. Andrew's Priory athletic director Missy Kilbey is among four members of the 2006 class of inductees to the Buena Vista (Iowa) University Athletics Hall of Fame.
Kilbey, a standout pitcher with the softball team, was a three-time all-conference pick while holding opponents to a .177 batting average. She won 49 games in her career and set an NCAA tournament record with 12 strikeouts in a game.
She will be inducted into the school's hall of fame on Sept. 16.