Sisler continues to lead in stroke play
Katie Sisler maintained the lead heading into today's final round of the Hawaii State Women's Golf Association Stroke Play Championship at Mid-Pacific Country Club.
Sisler (Punahou '07), who plays for UC Davis, carded a second consecutive 1-over 73 for a 146. Three strokes back at 149 is Hayley Young (Mid-Pacific '09), who was one of two golfers to break par with a 71. Miki Ueoka was the other, moving into fourth at 152.
Also in the hunt is Kaili Britos (Kamehameha '09), four strokes back at 150.
Pateadores Cup titles to Ka'oi, Bulls
The Ka'oi Express 15s soccer team won the Pateadores Cup on Monday in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., one of two Hawaii girls teams to bring home championship trophies.
Also winning their division were the Honolulu Bulls in the 17-19s. The Bulls went 5-0, all by shutout, including a 3-0 win over FC Murrieta (Calif.) in the final
Ka'oi Express defeated the Irvine Strikes 4-0 in the title match. The team went 2-1 in pool play to advance to the final, shutting out its final three opponents.
Also in the 15s field were the Honolulu Bulls, which went 1-1-1 and didn't advance out of pool play.
In the 14s competition, Haaheo (2-2) finished second, losing to Northwest Nationals 5-0 in the title match.
» The Honolulu Bulls sent four boys teams to the event, with the 19s tying for third. The 16s (0-1-2), 15s (1-2) and 14s (0-3) didn't advance out of pool play.
Laguna Niguel Billfish leads HIBT
The Laguna Niguel Billfish Club team captained by Kevin Hibbard leads the Hawaii International Billfish Tournament held off the Kona Coast after three days. Yesterday, the team pulled up a Pacific blue marlin at an estimated 295 pounds, giving them their only points of the day, but still enough to hold on to the lead with 1,797. Hilton Grand Vacations Fishing Club is in second with 1,600 points, followed by Team Malaka with 1,300 points. Sitting in fourth is Team Lantana with 1,052 points.
Old South Marlin Club No. 2 and Team Malaka finished yesterday with the most catches, three each. Total catches for the field of 26 following yesterday's 9 hours on the ocean were 16 Pacific blue marlin and three short nose spearfish.
The HIBT will conclude tomorrow.