Whittleman's slam leads CaneFires in HWB
John Whittleman hit a first-inning grand slam and added a solo homer in the third to lead the West Oahu CaneFires to an 11-5 Hawaii Winter Baseball victory yesterday over the North Shore Honu at Hans L'Orange Field.
Lorenzo Cain had three hits for the Honu.
» The Waikiki BeachBoys scored a run in the first and another in the third to blank the Honolulu Sharks 2-0 at Les Murakami Stadium.
Dexter Fowler and Chris Nelson led the BeachBoys (19-15) on offense with two hits each. Starting pitcher Henricus Vanden Hurk went five innings and gave up one hit for the victory.
Yoshiyuki Kamei had two of the Sharks' three hits.
Seasiders romp over Mighty Oaks
Okesene Ale scored 19 points and Lucas Alves added 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 93-69 basketball victory over Oakland City yesterday in Laie.
Keegan Carmony had 15 points for the Mighty Oaks.
Ale, a Kahuku alumnus, was the Star-Bulletin's player of the year in high school last year.
Sela beats Wolmarans for Futures title
Top-seeded Dudi Sela of Israel topped Fritz Wolmarans of South Africa 6-3, 6-3 for the Honolulu Futures tennis tournament singles title yesterday at the University of Hawaii Tennis Complex.
Throughout the match, Sela's baseline game outlasted Wolmaran's heavy serves. Sela won $1,950 for the victory.