Early marathon registration ends today
The early registration period for the Honolulu Marathon ends tonight at 6 p.m.
3,261 people have signed up for the marathon in the last eight days, breaking the previous Niketown record set last year. Entries for the event, which is Dec. 9, will be taken today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the popular store in Waikiki. The early registration fee is just $20. Last year's late entry fee was $125.
Beavers complete sweep of Vulcans
Mike Lissman homered and Lonnie Lechelt had three hits and scored twice as Oregon State completed a four-game sweep of UH-Hilo with a 10-2 victory yesterday at Simmons Field.
Ryan Taiariol doubled and scored for the Vulcans (0-4). Kaiana Trask gave up five runs in four innings in the loss. Beavers starting pitcher Anton Maxwell picked up the win, giving up just one run in five innings while striking out five.
16-year-old Smith scores perfect 10
16-year-old Alex Smith of Kauai scored a perfect 10 score in the closing moments of his opening heat on the first day of the Monster Energy Pipeline Pro that began yesterday at the Banzai Pipeline.
Peru's Alvaro Malpartida finished with the highest heat score of the day at 15.75. The holding period for the event runs through Feb. 9.
Kamana'o, Mendonca to speak at QB club
Former Rainbow Wahine volleyball setter Kanoe Kamana'o and Roosevelt varsity boys volleyball coach Kaui Mendonca will speak at tomorrow's Quarterback Club luncheon.
The general public is invited to the program at the Pagoda Hotel. Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. while the program will get underway at Noon.
Frick breaks another record
University of Hawaii diver Magnus Frick scored a school-record 397.95 in the 1-meter springboard event on the final day of the Rainbow Diving Invitational yesterday at Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
Frick also won the platform event earlier in the day. Rainbow Wahine Megan Farrow won the women's platform event and Emma Friesen won the women's 1-meter diving event.