Mustangs trip Vulcans in basketball
Trey Clarkson scored 21 points and Kris Taylor added seven rebounds to lead Western New Mexico to an 83-70 victory over Hawaii-Hilo yesterday on the Big Island.
Rashad Bilal hit 10 of 12 free throws, scored 22 points and added 11 rebounds for the Vulcans (1-2).
Justin Dobson, Michael Martin and Sam Wilhoite had 11 points each for Hawaii-Hilo.
The visiting Mustangs improved to 2-0.
Kawano, Britos earn tennis honors
The Hawaii-Pacific Tennis Foundation will honor Leslie Kawano as its Junior of the Year and Ed Britos as its Volunteer of the Year at its annual meeting and awards banquet at the Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio Hotel on Dec. 15.
Kawano recently completed a developmental program as part of the United States Tennis Association's high-performance training and she actively volunteers for community service for the Red Cross.
Britos' most notable effort this year was as a volunteer for the ITF Hawaii Pacific Wheelchair Championships, where he helped in transporting players and squeegeeing the courts and as a ball person.
Tickets for the meeting and awards banquet are $40. For more information, call 677-1334.
Manoa advances to national championships
The Manoa Paniolos Junior Pee Wee football team beat the Waianae Tigers 19-0 last weekend, capping a perfect season and advancing to the National Pop Warner Championships in Orlando, Fla., Dec. 2-9.
The Paniolos won the Junior Pee Wee Wescon Region Division I championship by beating Waianae in the Mele Kalikimaka Bowl.
Manoa is attempting to raise $54,000 for the trip. The team also plans to attend the College Football Awards Show on Dec. 7 in Orlando to cheer on UH quarterback Colt Brennan, who will be in attendance as a finalist for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award.
The team is accepting donations and looking into additional fund-raising opportunities. For information, contact Kristie Araki at 226-2356 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.