Hamamoto wins Kona Open
Jarett Hamamoto shot a 2-under 70 yesterday to finish a stroke better than amateur Sean Maekawa at the Kuma Contracting Kona Open at Kona Country Club.
Hamamoto finished 2 under to win the tournament. Amateurs Henry Park and K.C. Botelho finished tied for third at even par. Norman-Ganin Asao, Joe Phengsavath, Ron Castillo Jr. and Pierre-Henri Soero tied for fifth at 1 over.
All-Academic team named at camp
The First Hawaiian Bank All-Hawaii All-Academic Football Team was named this weekend in conjunction with the Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance High School Football Evaluation Camp.
The team consists of: Alek Akiyama, Kamehameha; Bruce Andrews, Kalaheo; James Buchanan, Aiea; Gabriel Fernandez, Mid-Pacific (Pac-Five); Eric Horn, Punahou; Daniel Kaanana, Kamehameha; Danny Kekoanui, Waianae; Bijon Mostufi, Kaiser; Dustin Naki, Kailua; Tyson Nishihara, Mililani; Kanoa O'Connor, Punahou; Billy Oden, Kailua; James Paufisi, Maui; Jaime Rivera, Mid Pacific (Pac-Five); Mark Hinkley, Punahou; Solo Sausi, Nanakuli; Brenton Shimabukuro, Saint Louis; Cayman Shutter, Punahou; Lawrence Soto, Kalaheo; Ikaika Wise, Kamakau (Castle).
Top camp award winners were: DE, Montay Rover, Moanalua; DL, Solomon Koehler, Castle, Geordon Hanohano, Saint Louis; LB, Manti Teo, Punahou; WR, Chase Alcott, Campbell; QB, Michael Hoke, Kamehameha; RB, Dalton Hilliard, Punahou; OL, Mykenna Ikehara and Kahai Choy, Kamehameha.