CaneFires dump Sharks
The West Oahu CaneFires defeated the Honolulu Sharks, 6-3, yesterday at Hans L'Orange field.
West Oahu blew open a 1-1 game in the bottom of the fifth inning with four runs scored, and held on the rest of the way. The Sharks outhit the CaneFires 8-5, but stranded 11 on base to the 'Fires' four.
» Rodney Choy Foo hit a home run and Dustin Martin added an RBI as the North Shore Honu beat the Waikiki BeachBoys 3-2 at Les Murakami Stadium.
Six pitchers held the BeachBoys to just four hits in the contest.
Vitale makes successful return
Waipahu's Falaniko Vitale made a triumphant return to the mixed martial arts ring, knocking out Tim Wills with forearm strikes with 12 seconds left in the first round of the co-main event of last night's X-1 World Events at Blaisdell Arena.
In the other co-main event, Wes Sims defeated Kimo Leopoldo by referee stoppage at 1:39 of round one after Leopoldo was bleeding too much from the nose.
In other fights, Adam Lynn defeated Mark Moreno by decision and Ed Newalu defeated David Moreno by decision in a non-title featherweight match. Sally Krumdiack knocked out Brittany Puller 6 seconds into the second round in the only women's fight.
UH women's doubles shine in tourney
The University of Hawaii women's tennis team won both of its doubles matches yesterday in the Rainbow Wahine Invitational at the UH Tennis Complex, while Brigham Young University bested the Rainbow Wahine in five of six singles matches.