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POSTED: Wednesday, December 24, 2008

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Today

Football

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl: Notre Dame at Hawaii, 3 p.m., Aloha Stadium.

 

Tomorrow

No major local events scheduled.

 

Basketball

NABC/Division II

Coaches Top 25 Poll

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

RecPtsLW
1. Findlay8-02001
2. South Carolina Aiken6-01902
3. Southwest Baptist9-01863
4. Gannon4-01764
5. Arkansas-Monticello9-01648
6. LIU-C.W. Post5-01507
7. Augusta State5-114910
8. Central Oklahoma10-21375
9. Minnesota State11-213211
10. Missouri Southern12-012714
11. Kentucky Wesleyan8-110713
12. BYU-Hawaii5-11036
13. Bellamine9-09518
14. Catawba8-2929
15. Satin Martin's12-28219
16. Grand Valley State7-26821
17. Northern Kentucky6-26217
18. Southern Indiana11-25922
19. Northern State9-14923
20. Arkansas Tech9-240NR
21. Claflin9-038NR
22. Pittsburgh-Johnstown6-23215
23. Edinboro8-024NR
24. Augustana8-219NR
t25. Clayton State8-018NR
t25. Valdosta State11-21820

Others receiving votes: Christian Brothers 13, Central Washington 12; Benedict 10, Mars Hill 9, Saint Anselm 6, Johnson C. Smith 5, Lynn 5, Francis Marion 4, Cal State-Dominguez Hills 3, Central Missouri 3, Hardin 3, MErcyhurst 3, Elizabeth City State 2, Merrimack 2, Ouachita Baptist 2.

  High school preseason

Varsity boys

Kahuku 61, Punahou 59

High scorers-Kah: Nehoa Akina 14, Jray Galeai 10. Pun: Robby Toma 11, Taylor Crabb 10, Henry Caffiday 10.

  ILH

Varsity girls Divsion II

Punahou 51, Christian Academy 28

Junior varsity girls

Mid-Pacific 40, Kamehameha-White 31

 

Soccer

ILH

Junior varsity boys

Kamehameha-Blue 2, Punahou-Gold 1

Iolani 1, Saint Louis 1

Mid-Pacific 2, Pac-Five 1

Kamehameha-White 1, Punahou-Blue 0

  OIA Red East

Varsity girls

Kahuku 0, Castle 0

Kaiser 3, Roosevelt 0

Moanalua 2, Kalani 2

Goal scorers-Kais: Tamra Nee 2, Amy Austin. Moan: Tiana Fujimoto, Joy Eng. Kaln: Andrea Guirre, Sonya Aguirre.

Junior varsity girls

Kahuku 5, Castle 0

Kaiser 9, Roosevelt 0

Moanalua 2, Kalani 0

  OIA Red West

Varsity girls

Mililani 1, Kapolei 0

Pearl City 3, Campbell 2

Goal scorers-Mil: Mari Miyashiro. PC: Nicole Kahunahana, Dayna Domingo, Christina Saturnio. Camp: Ashlyn Oliveros, Shailyn Saito.

Junior varsity girls

Mililani 2, Kapolei 0

Pearl City 5, Campbell 0

Leilehua 1, Waialua 0

  OIA White

Varsity boys

Waialua 2, Farrington 0

Radford 2, Kaimuki 1

Goal scorers-Wail: Somkhit Lovan, Anthony Saito. Rad: Christopher Nichols, Brett Kalina. Kaim: Armin Bitaraf.

Varsity girls

Nanakuli 4, Farrington 0

Waianae 4, McKinley 0

Kailua 3, Waipahu 0

Goal scorers-Nan: Chelsea Eli-Kido 3, Charynae Morgan. Wain: Kalynn Ichinose 2, Janee Lee, Malia Talbert. Kail: Tiffany Pereza, Cheyenne Kadooka, Jessica Alameida.

Junior varsity girls

Kailua 3, Waipahu 0

 

Golf

Local aces

Johnny G. Robertson, Honolulu, Navy Marine, Dec. 16, No. 8, 125 yards,7-iron.

Scott Sakurada, Honolulu, Mililani Golf Club

Dec. 22, No. 6, 165 yards, 7-iron.

Brandt Fujii, Ewa Beach, Hawaii Prince Golf Course, Dec. 23, B-4, 147 yards, 8-iron.

 

Volleyball

Final AVCA Division I

Coaches Top 25

(First-place votes in parenthesis)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

RecPtsLW
1. Penn State (60)38-01,5001
2. Stanford34-11,4302
3. Nebraska31-31,3774
4. Texas29-41,3333
5. Washington27-51,2575
6. California26-71,1778
7. Hawaii31-41,1526
8. UCLA22-111,0369
9. Oregon25-99727
10. Florida27-492711
11. Illinois26-882214
12. Iowa State22-13777NR
13. USC17-1270212
14. Minnesota27-767410
15. Purdue26-965117
16. Utah26-659918
17. Michigan26-957319
18. Wichita State30-251313
19. San Diego23-542215
20. Kansas State24-835116
21. Saint Louis29-531321
22. Kentucky26-621820
23. Long Beach State26-618824
24. Colorado State23-716422
25. Santa Clara18-10101NR

Others receiving votes: Western Michigan 67; New Mexico State 66; Pepperdine 43; Tulane 23; Middle Tennessee 15; UAB 12; Cincinnati 9; San Francisco 8; Texas A&M 8; Duke 7; Clemson 5; Western Kentucky 2.

  Molten/Volleyball

magazine media poll

(First-place votes in parenthesis)

1. Penn State (10), 200 points. 2. Stanford, 189. 3. (tie) Nebraska and Texas, 175.5. 5. Washington, 160. 6. Hawaii, 145. 7. Cal, 143. 8. UCLA, 121. 9. Oregon, 112. 10. Florida, 108.

11. Iowa State, 94. 12. Illinois, 76. 13. (tie) USC and Minnesota, 64. 15. Utah, 59. 16. Purdue, 55. 17. Michigan, 45. 18. Wichita State, 39. 19. San Diego, 31. 20. Saint Louis, 20.

Others receiving votes: Western Michigan, Kansas State, Long Beach State, New Mexico State, Santa Clara.

 

Glantz-culver lines

NCAA football

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
FAVORITEOTO/UDOG
Tonight
Hawaii Bowl
At Honolulu
Notre Dame+ 22(48)at Hawaii
Friday
Motor City Bowl
At Detroit
Cent. Michigan47(641/2)Fla. Atlantic
Saturday
Meineke Car Care Bowl
At Charlotte, N.C.
West Virginia+ 111/2(45)North Carolina
Champs Sports Bowl
At Orlando, Fla.
Florida St.451/2(52)Wisconsin
Emerald Bowl
At San Francisco
California71/28(50)Miami
Sunday
Independence Bowl
At Shreveport, La.
Louisiana Tech+ 3Pk(47)N. Illinois
Monday
Papajohns.com Bowl
At Birmingham, Ala.
Rutgers77(55)N.C. State
Alamo Bowl
At San Antonio
Missouri141/2121/2(651/2)Northwestern
Tuesday
Humanitarian Bowl
At Boise, Idaho
Nevada12(58)Maryland
Texas Bowl
At Houston
Rice221/2(73)W. Michigan
Holiday Bowl
At San Diego
Oklahoma St.33(761/2)Oregon
Dec. 31
Armed Forces Bowl
At Fort Worth, Texas
Houston231/2(64)Air Force
Sun Bowl
At El Paso, Texas
Oregon St.321/2(521/2)Pittsburgh
Music City Bowl
At Nashville, Tenn.
Boston College431/2(41)Vanderbilt
Insight Bowl
At Tempe, Ariz.
Kansas81/291/2(571/2)Minnesota
Chick-Fil-A Bowl
At Atlanta
Georgia Tech21/24(50)LSU
Jan. 1
Outback Bowl
At Tampa, Fla.
Iowa331/2(43)South Carolina
Gator Bowl
At Jacksonville, Fla.
Clemson+ 121/2(551/2)Nebraska
Capital One Bowl
At Orlando, Fla.
Georgia51/271/2(54)Michigan St.
Rose Bowl
At Pasadena, Calif.
Southern Cal91/291/2(45)Penn St.
Orange Bowl
At Miami
Cincinnati121/2(411/2)Virginia Tech
Jan. 2
Cotton Bowl
At Dallas
Texas Tech741/2(691/2)Mississippi
Liberty Bowl
At Memphis, Tenn.
East Carolina13(411/2)Kentucky
Sugar Bowl
At New Orleans
Alabama101/210(451/2)Utah
Jan. 3
International Bowl
At Toronto
Connecticut641/2(511/2)Buffalo
Jan. 5
Fiesta Bowl
At Glendale, Ariz.
Texas111/281/2(53)Ohio St.

at Vancouver-170Edmonton+ 150
at Los Angeles-125Phoenix+ 105

 

Athletes of the week

Marcus Holyfield Mid-Pacific basketball

 

The Owls' lockdown defender was offensive at the 'Iolani Classic with 16 points against McKinley, 16 against Tsinghua (China) and 21 against Moanalua

  Tiana Fujimoto Moanalua soccer

 

She scored four goals as Na Menehune defeated Kalaheo

 

Honor roll

BOYS BASKETBALL

» Rolland Alcoran, Ka'u: 17 points against Kohala; 14 points, 12 rebounds against Hilo

» Salele Aliifua, Kaiser: 16 points against Honokaa

» Kyle Barretta, Hawaii Baptist: 18 points against 'Iolani II

» Brandon Bautista, Kohala: 15 points against Honokaa, 28 against Keaau

» Colby Cabatu, KS-Hawaii: 20 points against Ka'u

» Kawika Cazimero, KS-Hawaii: 15 points against Kaiser

» Micah Christenson, Kamehameha: 16 points against Kaimuki; 18 points, including three treys, against Tsinghua (China)

» Aaron Fernandez, Kalaheo: 18 points against Saint Louis; 24 points, including three treys, against Campbell

» Richard Handy, Keaau: 16 points against Kaiser, 16 against Kohala

» Dalton Hilliard, Punahou: 20 points against Saint Louis

» Ryochi Iguchi, Kalani: 16 points against Roosevelt

» Haku Ishibashi, Keaau: 19 points against Kohala

» Izaak Janado, Waiakea: 17 points against Keaau

» Kainoa Kawaha, Hilo: made the winning basket with 3 seconds left against Honokaa

» Quentin Kimura, Radford: 20 points against Fleetwood Park (Canada)

» Derrell Lee, Radford: 18 points against Kalaheo

» Kristian Manuel, Campbell: 21 points against Fleetwood Park

» Zachery Manuel, Campbell: 17 points against Oregon City; 17 points against Kalaheo

» Kaulia Miller, Kailua: 15 points against Oregon City

» Mtume Msikizi-Jackson, Keaau: 21 points against Waiakea, 18 against Kohala

» Pii Minns, Kamehameha: 19 points against Kaimuki; 21 against Moanalua

» Matthew Moe, Roosevelt: 16 points against Kalani

» Marcus Monroe, Moanalua: 24 points against Maryknoll

» Christian Morimoto, Hawaii Baptist: 15 points against 'Iolani

» Kaipo Pale, Roosevelt: 22 points against Kalani

» P.J. Ramones, Ka'u: 18 points against Hilo

» Mitchel Shintani, Waiakea: 15 points against Hilo

» Kulani Soares, KS-Hawaii: 15 points against Kaiser

» David Taulung, Kaimuki: 15 points vs. Kamehameha; 17 vs. McKinley

» Desmond Tautofi, Kaimuki: 16 points against Kamehameha

» Dean Viena, Saint Louis: 18 points against Kalaheo

» Patrick Ward, Campbell: 25 points against Kalaheo

» James Zatulanon, Hilo: 25 points against Honokaa

  GIRLS BASKETBALL

» Lia Galdeira, Konawaena: 17 points against Lahainaluna

  BOYS SOCCER

» Alex Fowler, Roosevelt: two goals against Kalani

» Branden Galapia, Waialua: three goals against Waipahu

>> Danny Higa, Kalani: two goals against Kaiser

» Matthew Nakata, Kailua: three goals against Waianae

» Christopher Nichols, Radford: two goals against Waianae

» Ryan Pena, Roosevelt: two goals against Kalani

» Ralph Jan Russel Portigo, Farrington: two goals against Waipahu

» Anthony Saito, Waialua: two goals against Waianae

» Phil Sakaba, Mililani: two goals against Aiea

» Ben Snyder, Kapolei: two goals against Nanakuli

» Samuel Villarimo, Farrington: two goals against McKinley

» Koa Webster, McKinley: two goals against Farrington

  GIRLS SOCCER

» April Aggacid, Farrington: two goals against McKinley

» Kristina Behrens, Kapolei: three goals against Leilehua

» Larissa Crain, Kapaa: three goals against Waimea

» Pua Hall, KS-Hawaii: two goals against St. Joseph

» Iolana Heaukulani, KS-Hawaii: two goals against St. Joseph

» Janee Lee, Waianae: two goals against Radford

» Tiffany Nakata, Kailua: two goals against Waianae

» Carly Neal, Kamehameha: two goals against Mid-Pacific

» Jacquie Watkins, Aiea: three goals against Leilehua

  BOYS WRESTLING

Hawaii Wrestling Officials Association Scholarship Tournament

» Jonathan Sanielia Fuimoanao, Punahou: won the 285-pound division final by fall

» Dalton Harrington, Pac-Five: won the 160-pound division final by fall

» Jason Spiker, Kaiser: won the 108-pound division final by fall

  GIRLS WRESTLING

Hawaii Wrestling Officials Association Scholarship Tournament

» Keiko Akamine, 'Iolani: won the 98-pound division final by fall

>> Ione Kamakaala, Kahuku: won the 125-pound division final by fall

» Courtney Kinimaka, Kapolei: won the 130-pound division final by fall

» Ilima-Lei Macfarlane, Punahou: won the 115-pound division final by fall

» Jenny Ojerio, Punahou: won the 140-pound division final by fall

  To nominate:

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