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POSTED: Thursday, November 20, 2008

Today

BASKETBALL
PacWest men: Winona State at Brigham Young-Hawaii, 7:30 p.m., Cannon Activities Center.
PacWest women: Whitworth College at Chaminade, 5:30 p.m., McCabe Gym.
CYCLING
HBL Breakfast Ride to Kailua: 7:30 a.m., Kahala Community Center.
GOLF
Hawaii State Open: 11:30 a.m., Hawaii Prince Golf Club.
RUNNING
Runners Paradise Weekly Run: 5:30 p.m., Kahului Mall.
SOCCER
Castle-Leilehua girls tournament: Mililani vs. Castle, 5 p.m.; Kamehameha vs. Konawaena, 7 p.m.; matches at Castle.
Waiakea at Leilehua, 5 p.m.; Punahou vs. Kaiser, 7 p.m.; matches at Leilehua.
SWIMMING
Valley Isle Master Swimmers: 6:30 p.m., Lahaina Aquatic Center.
VOLLEYBALL
  WAC tournament: Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech, 9:30 a.m.; Idaho vs. Nevada, noon; Utah State vs. San Jose State, 2:30 p.m.; New Mexico State vs. Fresno State-Louisiana Tech winner, 5 p.m.; Hawaii vs. Boise State, 7:30 p.m.; matches at Stan Sheriff Center.

 

Tomorrow

BASKETBALL
PacWest women: Whitworth College at Brigham Young-Hawaii, 5 p.m., Cannon Activities Center.
FOOTBALL
HHSAA Division I state tournament: Kealakehe vs. Farrington, at Roosevelt; Baldwin vs. Leilehua, at War Memorial Stadium, games begin at 7:30 p.m. .
HHSAA Division II state tournament: Campbell at Konawaena; Radford vs. Kauai at Vidinha Stadium; games begin at 7:30 p.m.
GOLF
Hawaii State Open: 7 a.m., Hawaii Prince Golf Club.
SOCCER
Castle-Leilehua girls tournament: Mililani/Castle loser vs. Kamehameha/Konawaena loser, 5 p.m.; Mililani/Castle winner vs. Kamehameha/Konawaena winner, 7 p.m.; matches at Castle.
Waiakea/Leilehua loser vs. Punahou/Kaiser loser, 5 p.m.; Waiakea/Leilehua winner vs. Punahou/Kaiser winner, 7 p.m.; matches at Leilehua.
SOFTBALL
WAC: Hawaii alumnae game, 6 p.m., Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.
VOLLEYBALL
  WAC tournament: Utah State-San Jose State winner vs. New Mexico State-play-in winner, 5 p.m.; Hawaii-Boise State winner vs. Idaho-Nevada winner, 7:30 p.m.; Stan Sheriff Center.

 

AWARDS

KIF All-Stars

Football
Offensive player of year—Sheldon Sakai, Kauai High.
Defensive player of year—Teila Huni, Kauai High.
Coach of year—Derek Borrero, Kauai High.
Offense
Offensive linemen—Austin Wright, Bryson Galiza, Chaysen Medina, James Javinar, Scot Sasan, Kauai High.
Receiver—Moses FIerro, Waimea; Sheldon Sakai, Canaan Bernard, Dayne Murata, Kauai High.
Running back—Peleku Yasay, Kauai High.
Quarterback—Trey Shimabukuro, Kauai High.
Kicker—Trent Allianic, Kauai High.
Special Teams—Jamen Kealoha-Albarado, Kauai High.
Utility—Cole Parongao, Waimea.
Defense
Defensive linemen—Siasau Matagiese, Waimea; Thomas Lang, Chad Koga, Blake Guest, Kauai High.
Linebacker—Teila Huni, Matt Parr, Kauai High; Kaulanai Wa'alani-Arroyo, Waimea.
Defensive back—Cameron Largusa, Kalapaki Ellis, Keala Lovell, Chris Honorato, Kauai High.
Punter—Jamen Kealoha-Albarado, Kauai High.
Utility—Chris Longboy, Kauai High.
Volleyball
Player of year—Amber Naholoholo, Kauai High.
Coach of year—Corey Morishita, Kauai High.
Outside hitter—Malika Napoleon, Kapaa; Jayme Jacinto, Waimea; Jori Jasper, Kauai High.
Middle blocker—Brandi Victorino, Jazzy Bradbury, Waimea.
Setter—Amber Naholoholo, Kauai High.
Libero—Tiana Esaki, Kauai High.

 

GOLF

USA Hawaii-Japan Junior Cup

At Waikoloa Beach Resort's King's Course
Total Hawaii 24 1/2 , Japan 19 1/2
Hiroki Mori def. David Fink 1 up.
Taeksoo Kim def. Shingo Ito 6 and 5.
Justin Kelly def. Takuma Mizuishi 5 and 4.
Hnry Park def. Shohei Karimata 2 and 1.
Risa Ogusu def. Britney Yada 4 and 3.
Alex Chu def. Hidenori Izawa 2 and 1.
Anna Jang def. Miki Sakai 2 and 1.
Hideki Matsuyama def. Alika Bell 4 and 2.
Hiroko Azuma def. Kristina Merkle 3 and 2.
Mitsuhiro Tamura def. Corey Kozuma 3 and 2.
Mami Fukuda def. Cyd Okino 2 and 1.
Bradley Shigezawa def. Shungo Imahira 5 and 3.
Cassy Isagawa def. Serena Aoki 3 and 2.
Koki Furuta def. Inoka Kahawaii 1 up.
Marissa Chow def. Ayane Miyata 6 and 5.
Masato Takada def. Bou-An Fujieki 2 up.
Alina Ching def. Sumika Nakasone 6 and 5.
Shota Saito def. Levi Miyashiro 4 and 2.
Miho Mori def. Alice Kim 2 and 1.
Naoto Yashiro def. Brian Lee 1 up.
Kelli Oride def. Natsuki Fuma 2 and 1.
Tomohiro Umeyama def. Aaron Tom 6 and 4.

 

VOLLEYBALL

College women

WAC (since Hawaii joined in 1996)
Player of year
2008: Jamie Houston, Hawaii
2007: Jamie Houston, Hawaii
2006: Kanoe Kamana'o, Hawaii
2005: Kanoe Kamana'o, Hawaii
2004: Kanoe Kamana'o, Hawaii
2003: Kim Willoughby, Hawaii
2002: Kim Willoughby, Hawaii
2001: Kim Willouhby, Hawaii
2000: Lily Kahumoku, Hawaii
1999: Heather Bown, Hawaii; Joslynn Gallup, San Jose State
1998: Heather Bown, Hawaii; Jami Laya, Wyoming
1997: Cecelia Goods, Hawaii; Amy Steele-Gant, BYU
1996: Angelica Ljungquist, Hawaii; Gale Johnson, BYU
Freshman of year
2008: Kanani Danielson, Hawaii
2007: Chelsea Fowler, Utah State
2006: Lacey Gera, Fresno State
2005: Amber Simpson, New Mexico State
2004: Tara Hittle, Hawaii
2003: Kanoe Kamana'o, Hawaii
2002: Salaia Salavea, Nevada
2001: Rebeca Pazo, Rice
2000: Kim Willoughby, Maja Gustin, Hawaii
1999: Lily Kahumoku, Hawaii
1998: Nina Puikkonen, BYU; Angela Knopf, Colorado State; Marci King, TCU
1997: Joslynn Gallup, San Jose State; Kalani Tonga, Utah
1996: Anna-Lena Smith, BYU; Catie Vagneur, Colorado State

 

Molten/Volleyball magazine Top 20 media poll

(First-place votes in parenthesis)
1. Penn State (14), 280 points. 2. Stanfod, 263. 3. Nebraska, 255. 4. Texas, 237. 5. Washikngton, 225. 6. Hawaii, 198. 7. Oregon, 192. 8. Cal, 186. 9. USC, 163. 10. UCLA, 155.
11. Wichita State, 142. 12. Florida, 129. 13. Colorado State, 109. 14. Minnesota, 97. 15. Kansas State, 84. 16. Kentucky, 65. 17. San Diego, 53. 18. Illinois, 40. 19. Pepperdine, 18. 20. St. Louis, 13.
Others receiving votes: Michigan, Purdue, Long Beach State, Utah, Cincinnati