Hawaii Beat


POSTED: Sunday, September 27, 2009

Hawaii downs Detroit-Mercy

Ambree Ako and Britta Bourne scored one goal each to lead Hawaii to a 2-0 victory over Detroit-Mercy last night at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium.

The Rainbow Wahine improved to 4-6-1, while Detroit-Mercy fell to 2-7-1.


Quarterback Club not meeting

With the University of Hawaii football team on the road, the Honolulu Quarterback Club will not meet at the Na Koa luncheon tomorrow. The Warriors will face Louisiana Tech on Wednesday in its conference opener.


UH sailors kick off season

University of Hawaii sailors Hannah Tuson-Turner and Jaclyn McLoughlin placed fifth and seventh at the Pacific Coast College Sailing Conference women's singlehanded championships yesterday.

Stanford's Eliza Richartz dominated the regatta, which included seven sailors from four schools.

The UH Wahine will compete next at the Bryson Women's Intersectional, hosted by Stanford, on Oct. 3-4.


Hawaii surfers flounder in France

Four Hawaii surfers on the ASP World Tour were eliminated yesterday at the Quiksilver Pro France.

Roy Powers, Fredrick Patacchia and Dustin Barca advanced to the third round before losing.

Hawaii's Kekoa Bacalso advanced to the second round, but fell to Tiago Pires of Portugal.


Junior golfers play on Maui

Maui's Cassy Isagawa will face Honolulu's Hee Sue Condry in today's girls 13-18 semifinals at Kaanapali Kai Golf Course in the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association's only match-play tournament.

Ciera Min and Allisen Corpuz battle in the other semifinal match.

In the boys division, top-seeded Justin Keiley, of Haiku, Maui, will take on Aiea's Ryan Kuroiwa for the 15-18 championship.

The girls 13-18 semifinals and all other finals will get under way this morning.



HPU soccer tops Chaminade

Hawaii Pacific's Kainoa Kahui scored two goals in a 3-1 win over Chaminade yesterday.

Kimo Komomua scored the third goal for the Sea Warriors (5-1, 2-1), while Keenan Ho knocked in the lone goal for the Silverswords (1-4, 0-2).

» Logan Montenegro and Eduardo Gutierrez scored two goals to lead UH-Hilo (3-5, 2-0) over the Brigham Young-Hawaii's men's soccer team (2-4, 1-2) in Hilo.


UH-Hilo's Mearns scores twice

Brigham Young-Hawaii's Emily Mearns beat UH-Hilo keeper Shanna Brown twice to help the Seasiders (4-1, 2-1) knock off the Vulcans 2-1 last night in Hilo.

Gina Tumasone scored the goal for UH-Hilo (2-5-1, 1-1).


BYUH, HPU cross country tie

The Brigham Young-Hawaii and Hawaii Pacific men's cross country teams tied at the Chaminade Invitational at Central Oahu Regional Park yesterday.

The two schools finished with 35 points each, followed by UH-Hilo and Chaminade.

BYUH's Spencer DeAvilla took first (26:26), followed by HPU's Dany Malley (26:33).

» On the women's side, BYUH dominated the meet with runners in the first five places to record a perfect score.

Lacey Krout placed first for the Seasiders with a time of 19:20.


UH-Hilo golfers place 13th

UH-Hilo golfer Neil Cabico slipped from his first-round 74 to card a 76 and finish 29th in the St. Martin's Invitational at Lacey, Wash., yesterday.

The Vulcans finished in 13th place among 19 teams with a score of 621.