Waikiki a league-best 7-3 after win
Michael Wilson went 3-for-5 with a solo homer and three RBIs to lead the Waikiki BeachBoys to a 10-6 victory over the North Shore Honu last night in Hawaii Winter Baseball at Hans L'Orange Park.
The BeachBoys improved to a league-best 7-3 with the win.
Masahiro Nagata doubled and drove in three runs for the Honu (6-4).
Kim picked to Hawaii-Japan Cup team
Kimberly Kim, a former Hawaii resident and the 2006 U.S. Women's Amateur Champion, will be on the Hawaii team for the upcoming USA Hawaii-Japan Junior Cup.
The Hawaii and Japan teams will each have 13 boys and nine girls and two sponsor's exemptions, one boy and one girl. Kim is one of the sponsor's exemptions.
The three-day Ryder Cup format competition will be held at the Kings' Course at Waikoloa Beach and Golf Resort.
Kristina Merkle and Alex Ching are among the others on the Hawaii roster for the tournament to be held early in November.
Deng and Li win 2 at tennis nationals
Brigham Young-Hawaii's Maggie Deng and Elwen Li teamed up for two doubles victories at the ITA National Tournament yesterday in Mobile, Ala.
Deng and Li defeated Ashley Neumann and Julia Goncalves of Northwood (Mich.) 6-3, 6-2 in the quarterfinals, and then knocked off top-seeded Julia Chergova and Anna Redecsi 6-2, 6-1 of Clayton State (Ga.).
In singles, Li beat Kristina Vucenov of Northwest Missouri State 6-0, 6-1 in the quarterfinals.
Vikings upend Sea Warriors in soccer
Western Washington defeated Hawaii Pacific 2-0 in men's soccer yesterday at Phoenix.
Gibson Bardley and Keith Ferris scored the goals for the Vikings, who improved to 9-5-1.
The Sea Warriors dropped to 4-4.