Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, February 17, 1999

BYUH’s Evans
earns honors

Brigham Young-Hawaii's David Evans has been named Player of the Week in the Pacific Division of the Pacific West Conference after two games last weekend.

Evans scored 53 points and grabbed 19 rebounds as BYUH split a pair of games.

UH WATER POLO TEAM LOSES: A fourth-period rally by the Hawaii women's water polo team fell short yesterday at Davis, Calif., where No. 9 UC Davis downed the fifth-ranked Wahine, 7-4.

Katie Hill scored twice for Hawaii (6-4), which outshot UC Davis (5-3), 18-14.

LEWIS IN WORLD SAILING EVENT: Andrew Lewis, a sophomore at Assets School, won the World Youth Single-Handed Qualifying Regatta in Miami, beating out 31 other sailors for the United States' only spot in the World Youth Championships, to be held in Finland in July. Lewis also earned a trip to the U.S. Olympic Trials next year.

AHI FEVER IN WAIANAE: There will be more than $115,000 in prizes and 57 ways for anglers to win when the third annual Ahi Fever in Waianae Fishing Tournament is held June 12-13 at Waianae Boat Harbor.

In the last two years, the tournament has helped stimulate the economy of the Leeward Coast and raised $10,000 for groups such as Waianae Boys and Girls Club, high schools, Na Keiki Preschool, Marine Science Scholarship Fund, Latchum Children's Trust Fund and several youth sports leagues.

A limit of 260 boat teams will compete and the fleet is expected to fill up fast. Entry blanks are available at local fishing supply stores, at website stkhi.com/AHI-FEVER, or by calling 696-3399.

See line scores and results in
the [Scoreboard] section.

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