COURTESY ASP WORLD TOUR
Oahu's Pancho Sullivan finished second to Kelly Slater of Florida at the Fosters ASP World Tour's Boost Mobile Pro presented by Hurley in California yesterday.
Suan, Sullivan, Keiter Reilly at QB Club
Wes Suan, Hawaii's running backs coach, is one of the guest speakers at tomorrow's weekly meeting of the Honolulu Quarterback Club.
Suan will give his insight on this year's Warriors running backs as well as two backs from last year, Reagan Mauia and Nate Ilaoa, both of whom were drafted by NFL teams.
Jack Sullivan, who was inducted into the American Youth Soccer Organization's Hall of Fame, will also be a speaker at the 11:30 a.m. luncheon at the Pagoda Hotel.
Cindy Keiter Reilly, the daughter of broadcaster Les Keiter, will speak as well. She's in Hawaii from New York to perform a one-woman multimedia show about her dad that she wrote.
UH's Wilder runs to sixth career title
Hawaii senior Chantelle Wilder won her sixth career cross-country race yesterday in the Chaminade Invitational.
Wilder, formerly Chantelle Laan, finished in 18:31 on the same Laie course she won on last week in the Brigham Young-Hawaii Invitational.
BYUH won the women's team title with 38 points to edge Hawaii-Hilo by two points.
In the men's race, Hawaii Pacific won its fourth event of the season with a score of 34 to edge Hawaii-Hilo by a point.
Jens Munk Neilson placed second to lead the Sea Warriors, with teammate Brandon Laan taking third.
Seasiders defeat Knights in soccer
Jill Haar scored three goals to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 6-1 win over Northwood in women's soccer yesterday in Laie.
Ashley Hunter added two goals and Stefanie Wright scored one for the Seasiders (2-2-1).
Bode, Mihova make Hawaii Open final
Two Hawaii Pacific tennis players advanced to a spot in their respective division final yesterday in the Hawaii Open in Honolulu.
Henrik Bode defeated former HPU standout Mikael Matta 7-6, 6-2 to earn a spot in today's men's final against Dennis Lajola, who beat Hawaii Pacific's Mark Mestan 6-3, 6-2 in the other semifinal.
On the women's side, Mihova topped older sister and Sea Warriors veteran Tinka Mihova 6-1, 6-4. She plays Hawaii's Sophie Kobuch in today's women's final. Kobuch won her semifinal 6-1, 6-3 over Elena Hudzikova.