Fonnesbeck leads Chaminade to win
Brittnee Fonnesbeck scored 31 points and added 10 rebounds to lead the Chaminade women's basketball team to a 68-60 Pacific West Conference victory over Hawaii Pacific last night at the Kilauea Rec Center.
The win was the fourth straight over the Silverswords (2-24, 2-14) for the Sea Warriors (5-18, 4-11).
Chaminade trailed at halftime 29-24.
Behind Fonnesbeck's 25 second-half points, the Silverswords rallied for the win. Katherine Carlisle added 14 points, 10 in the first half, and seven rebounds.
Constance Decaires led Chaminade with 29 points and 10 rebounds. The Silverswords travel to play Hawaii-Hilo on March 3.
UNLV continues to lead Burns golf
The UNLV men's golf team carded an aggregate 277 yesterday to take a 10-stroke lead into today's final round of the John A. Burns, Intercollegiate tournament at Leilehua Golf Course.
UNLV's Jarred Texter and Frank Wrenn IV of Auburn were battling for medalist honors, tied at 134.
Trailing the Rebels, who are 22 under par, is Brigham Young at 564. Sharing third at 269 in the 22-team field are Texas A&M and San Diego State.
Host Hawaii was at 593, tied with Fresno State for 19th, with Hawaii-Hilo in 21st at 602. Ryan Perez (143) was the Warriors' individual leader, sharing 25th, while the top Vulcan was Logan Goulding (147), tied for 61st.
Wahine done in by Bruins in water polo
The fourth-ranked Hawaii women's water polo team was outscored 5-1 in the second quarter by top-ranked UCLA and the Bruins pulled away to a 16-7 victory in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation play yesterday in Los Angeles.
Kristy Bagnall and Lisa van Raalte scored two goals each for the Rainbow Wahine (6-4, 4-2). UCLA improved to 7-0 and 3-0.
Hawaii continues its road trip at UC Irvine for a single game through then competes in the UCI Invitational tomorrow and Sunday.
Tom, Nagata win at Big West meet
Randall Tom (Seabury Hall '04) and Chelsea Nagata (Maui '04) were on UC Irvine winning relay teams on the first day of the Big West Conference swimming and diving championship at Long Beach, Calif., on Wednesday.
Eddie Erazo, Dan Simonsen, Tom and Eric Reilly won the 200 medley relay for the third consecutive year with a UCI and meet record time of 1:26.85.
The Anteaters won the women's 200 medley relay for the second consecutive season. Nagata, Michele Kumaus, Lyndsay DePaul and Tanya Nielsen swam the relay in a UCI record time of 1:42.35.
The 800 free relay team of Lyndsay DePaul, Tanya Nielsen, Nagata and Denise Dabu finished third with a UCI record time of 7:30.12.
Kamana'o headlines volleyball clinic
Former University of Hawaii All-American setter Kanoe Kamana'o is the featured clinician for two Competitive Sports Training sessions next month.
The clinics will focus on the fundamentals of the sport and are limited to 100 participants. Both will be held at the Farrington High gym, from 3-6 p.m, and are open to both boys and girls. Check-in is from 3-30 p.m.
The first clinic is March 11 for ages 10-12. The second is March 18 for ages 13-15.
The cost is $60, due by March 5, and includes a T-shirt.
Other clinicians include ex-Rainbow Wahine Aven Lee and Melissa Villaroman. For applications and information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org