Seasiders fed to Fighting Sioux
Amanda Watts scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds but the Brigham Young-Hawaii women's basketball team fell to No. 1 North Dakota 71-37 last night in Laie.
Ashley Langen and Whitney Ledger each had 17 points to lead North Dakota (10-0).
BYUH (0-5) plays Oklahoma Panhandle on Monday in the Hoop N Surf Tournament in Honolulu.
Kapanui on Little All-America team
West Texas A&M senior tight end Kolo Kapanui (Kamehameha '01) was named to the first team Thursday of the Associated Press Little All-America and the Daktronics Division II All-America football teams.
The 6-foot-5, 255-pound Kapanui caught 39 passes this season for 481 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. He was also a key to the Buffs' swinging gate extra-point conversion attempts as he scored on five of seven 2-point conversion rushing tries.
The AP Little All-America team honors players from Division II and the NAIA.
Kapanui helped the Buffs to the Lone Star Conference title and an appearance in the Division II playoffs. He was named to the All-LSC and All-Southwest region teams.
Kapanui began his injury-plagued career at USC. He has been invited to next month's Hula Bowl.