John Flanagan won the men's division and Jamie Dvorak was the women's winner in the Dash & Splash Biathlon yesterday at Kailua Beach Park.
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Flanagan, 22, finished the 2.8-mile run/800-meter swim in 26 minutes and 59 seconds. Ted Cowan, 34, was second in 27:54.
Dvorak, 20, took the women's title in 30:06. Krista Smith, 25, was second in 32:04.
HURRICANES WIN: At Belton, Texas, Darrell Jones ran for two touchdowns and caught a TD pass as the Honolulu Hurricanes beat the Texas Bullets, 46-40, in a Professional Indoor Football League game Saturday.
Honolulu improved to 1-1. The Bullets are 0-3.
WAHINE FOURTH: At Stanford, Calif., the University of California (24-5) beat Hawaii, 10-6, in the third-place game of the Women's Water Polo Western Regionals yesterday.
No. 1 UCLA won the title match from No. 2 Stanford, 7-4.
The Wahine (27-10) still advance to the Collegiate National Championships, May 8-10, at Los Angeles.
BESCHEN, BEACHLEY WIN: At Manly Beach, Australia, Californian Shane Beschen and Australian Layne Beachley won the men's and women's divisions, respectively, of the Coke and Diet Coke Surf Classic yesterday.
Beschen beat Hawaii's Sunny Garcia, 26.00 to 10.25 in the final. Beachley captured her second consecutive event by beating Australian Serena Brooke, 26.50 to 16.55.
VULCANS SWEEP: At Hilo, the University of Hawaii at Hilo (39-15) defeated Chaminade University (22-24), 10-1 in the first game of a Hawaii Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader yesterday.
Chaminade coach Sol Robello pulled the Silverswords off the field in the second inning of the second game with UHH ahead, 7-2.
Robello and assistant coach Marvin Malczon were ejected by field umpire Walter Serrao following a heat argument over a defensive obstruction call. After the next UHH batter singled. Robello withdrew his team.