Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Monday, September 13, 1999

Waimanalo women
paddle to victory

Waimanalo took first place in the 31-mile E Lau Hoe canoe race for women yesterday, finishing in 4 hours, 2 minutes and 15 seconds.

The race, from Magic Island to Pokai Bay Beach Park, saw Hui Nalu I take second with a time of 4:15:23, and Waikiki Yacht I third with 4:17:47.

The Waimanalo crew consists of Traci Phillips, Makanani Wong, Donna Kahakui, Gail Koalli, Maile Chong, Cindy Nash, Libby Fulk, Lisa Livingstone, Carol Jaxon and Denise Darval-Chang.

Anuenue 1 finished first in the women masters division with a time of 4:41:51.

Primacio wins Invitational

Raymond Primacio won the 49th annual Korean Invitational Golf Tournament with a 36-hole score of 150 at the Pali Golf Course. He posted a six-over-78 yesterday.

Ten-time winner Barney Kim shot a 153 with a final-round 74, while Yong Dal Kim finished third at 154.

The low-net winners are Kim (A flight) with a 136, Leighton Uyeda (B flight) at 123, Martin Okaba (C flight) at 130, Harold Kim (senior flight) at 131 and Kevin Yamaguchi (Callaway flight) at 144.

Christensen wins opener

Hawaii Pacific's Nina Christensen led from start to finish to win the women's competition of the Chaminade Invitational Saturday at Laie.

The meet was the first of the season for the four Hawaii NCAA Division II schools.

Christensen finished the 5-kilometer race in 17 minutes and 45.7 seconds, a full minute and 18.8 seconds in front of second-place Melody Sheppard of BYUH.

BYUH won the team competition with 28 points. HPU was second at 34 and Chaminade was last with 68.

Hawaii-Hilo's Jesus Villavicencio outpaced the pack to take first in a men's competition without NCAA-II Western Region Champion Christian Friis, who was out with an illness.

BYUH edged HPU in the team competition by a point, with a score of 29.

Stanford sweeps Island visit

The Stanford soccer team finished its Island visit undefeated by dominating San Francisco, 5-1, at UH Soccer Field yesterday.

Becky Meyers scored twice and Marcia Wallis, Martha West and Catherine Bernard added single goals for the Cardinal (3-1), who outshot USF, 20-3.

Meghan Daly scored for USF (1-5). Hawaii (2-2) plays the Lady Dons today at 4 p.m. in the championship game of the Outrigger Hotels No Ka Oi tournament.

Chi Chi, Stockton, Player and Jacobs coming to Maui

Chi Chi Rodriguez, Dave Stockton, Gary Player and John Jacobs, winner of this year's Senior PGA Tour MasterCard Championship in Kona, will participate in the EMC Kaanapali Classic in Maui, Oct. 18-24.

The $1,000,000 event now includes 15 of this year's and last year's top 20 money winners, including Hale Irwin, whose five victories this year put him atop the money list with $1,796,455 in official winnings.

Jacobs is currently ranked ninth on the official money list with $897,499, Stockton is 56th with $230,000, Player is 62nd with $178,502 and Rodriguez is 71st wih $116,612.

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