Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, June 11, 1999

Viloria advances
to U.S. Boxing
Challenge final

Brian Viloria of Waipahu will fight Ron Siler of Cincinnati for the 106-pound championship today in the U.S. Boxing Challenge at Colorado Springs, Colo.

Viloria outpointed Bradley Martinez of Fort Carson, Colo., 30-6, in yesterday's semifinals.

Antonio Rodriguez of Wailuku failed to show for his 119-pound semifinal bout and Clarence Walker of Washington, D.C., won in a walkover.

Mizusawa, Lee OCC leaders

Jarrod Mizusawa and Regan Lee shot 69s to share the first-round lead in the OCC Invitational golf tournament yesterday at the Oahu Country Club.

Tied at 70 were Damien Jamila and Eric Sonnenberg while Neal Takara and Joey Tadeo shared fifth place with even-par 71s.

Defending champion Brandan Kop was among three players at 72 going into today's second round.

The final round will be played Sunday.

Volleyball winners

The team of Troy Hotz, Jason Salmeri, Steve Li and Stein Metzger captured the Men's Open Four title while Patrick Tyrell, Shelly Brown, Ray McKillop and Jenn Seltzer teamed up to win the Mixed A/B Four crown at the Powerbar Grass Volleyball Challenge last weekend at Magic Island.

BYUH soccer signees

Brigham Young-Hawaii has signed five soccer recruits for the upcoming season.

They are Adam Zollinger, a midfielder from Milwaukie, Ore., High School; Ricky Riley, a striker from Cheyenne High in Las Vegas, Nev.; Shawn Wherry, a defender from Mater Dei High in Santa Ana, Calif.; Kevin Petrie, a sweeper from Capuchino, Calif., and Skyline Community College, and Bryce Wagar, a sweeper from Kennewick, Wash., High.

Soft tennis team to Japan

A group of Oahu girls and boys will leave Wednesday for a 15-day visit to Japan as part of the Japan-Hawaii Soft Tennis and Tennis Cultural Exchange Tour program.

Included will be competition with their Japanese counterparts.

The Hawaii girls team members are Meagan Yoshimoto, Laura Shimabukuro and Emma Panui of Kalani, Marci Amii and Tiara Nariyoshi of Roosevelt and Tracy Hayakawa of Kaiser. The boys are Richard Hui, Knewton Sakata and Brian Ebisui of Kalani.

Their coaches are Kalani's Holly Yokomichi and Aiea's Shannon Nagasako.

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

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