Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Monday, March 1, 1999

By George F. Lee, Star-Bulletin
Mike Birchette of Hanapaa goes airborne to handle a pass
as Vaiete's Jerry Proctor closes in during the Hawaii State
Cup soccer championship game at Kapiolani Park.
Vaiete won the tournament title

Vaiete takes State
Soccer Cup title

Vaiete won the Hawaii Amateur Men's State Soccer Cup title with a 2-0-1 record this weekend at Kapiolani Park.

Vaiete defeated Hanapaa, 5-2, yesterday, after beating Latin Hawaii, 4-1, and tying Lanikai, 1-1, on Saturday.

Vaiete earns the right to play in the USSFWestern Regionals, May 20-23 in Los Angeles.

By George F. Lee, Star-Bulletin
Grancisco Garcia of Hanapaa heads the ball away from
Vaiete's Michael Waring during the USSF Men's Open
Hawaii State Cup at Kapiolani Park.

WAHINEWIN:Desiree Duran tossed a four-hit shutout as the UH Wahine softball team beat South Florida, 10-0, yesterday at Tucson, Ariz.

Duran improved to 6-2 with lots of help from Kelly Gentle, who had three hits and drove in three runs; Tyree Woodruff, who also had three hits, and Nikki Drevno, who had a solo homer as one of her two hits.

TADEO AND LEE WIN: The team of Joey Tadeo and Regan Lee won the HPLGA Four-Ball title with a 127 yesterday at the Ted Makalena Golf Course.

The teams of Paul Kimura and Ren Frias, and Clayton Gomi and Brandan Kop were tied for second at 132.

CHANG TAKES TEEN RUN: Victoria Chang won the girls' title at the Foodland 10-K Teen Run with a time of 38 minutes, 12 seconds, at Kapiolani Park. Monique Mata was second in 41:28.

In the boys' race, Robbi Philipp won in 36:24, edging Mark Bridenstine (36:27).

Liane Horiuchi took the girls' 3-K run in 14:39, while Brent Nakano was the boys' winner in 11:38.

CHUNG, KAHAKUI FIRST: Ted Chung won the men's open division with a time of 1 hour, 28 minutes, 45 seconds in the 11-mile Ocean Club/Hinano Beer Poai Puni Series single-person canoe race yesterday from Kailua Beach to Kualoa Beach Park.

Walter Guild was second in 1:42:14.

Donna Kahakui took the women's title, in 1:51:46 and Susan Cordell was second in 1:58:40.

ISHIGO HITS FOR CYCLE: Corey Ishigo hit for the cycle, topping it off with a ninth-inning home run, and Tony St. John gave up three runs on four hits over six innings as Sheridan beat Kaneohe, 13-4, in AJA baseball action at Castle Field yesterday.

Ishigo went 5-for-6 overall, driving in four runs and scoring three.

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

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