Penn wants to fight St. Pierre
LAS VEGAS » Hilo's B.J. Penn has his sights set on Georges St. Pierre.
Asked about the matchup at the post-fight news conference on Saturday, UFC president Dana White said there is one more interesting fight for Penn in the 155-pound ranks, presumably the winner of an August bout between Kenny Florian and Roger Huerta.
But White said he would not dismiss a Penn-St. Pierre rematch, prompting Penn to clap his hands. St. Pierre, meanwhile, has to get past No. 1 welterweight contender Jon Fitch.
St. Pierre won a split decision at 170 pounds when they met in March 2006.
Kono, Kim place at Thunderbird
Hawaii's Stephanie Kono tied for second at the Thunderbird International Junior golf tournament at Scottsdale, Ariz., yesterday.
Kono shot a two-round total of 1-over 145, including a 3-under 69 yesterday, to finish three shots being winner Tiffany Lua in the girls division.
Chan Kim of Chandler, Ariz., and formerly of Hawaii, shot a 2-under 142, including a 1-over 73 yesterday, to finish four strokes behind winner William Kropp in the boys division.
Bonk captures Kona Open by 1 shot
Amateur Max Bonk shot a 1-over 73 yesterday and held on to win the Kona Open golf tournament at Kona Country Club.
Bonk, who was the first-round leader after a 5-under 67 on Saturday, beat John Lynch by one stroke.
Bonk finished at 4-under 140.
Regan Lee was third at 1-under 143.