Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Matsui, Chong
tennis victors

Qualifier Toshihide Matsui upset top-seeded defending champion Jesse Walter, 6-1, 6-4, in the men's final and seventh-seeded Traci Ann Chong toppled No. 1 seeded Nina Wenger, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2, for the women's crown as the 47th annual Dillingham Tennis Championships wound up yesterday at the Punahou courts.

Ryan Ideta and Dave Andrews defeated David Lam and Lawrence Lowe, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0, for the men's doubles title. Lezley Imai and Kari Luna beat Lynn Novak and Suzie Saunders, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3, in the women's doubles final.

St. Louis retains No. 3 national football ranking

The undefeated St. Louis School football team remained ranked No. 3 in the latest Fox Fab 50 poll released yesterday by Fox Sports Net.

The Crusaders (8-0) are behind Evangel Christian (6-0) of Louisiana and Robert E. Lee (6-0) from Texas.

St. Louis also remained the top-ranked team out of 15 in the West region.

Player of Week honor to Sea Warriors' Snildal

Hawaii Pacific soccer player Jannicke Snildal, a junior from Norway, was named the Pacific West Conference women's Player of the Week yesterday.

Snildal, who doubles as a goalkeeper and midfielder, made her second start in goal during the Sea Warriors' 3-3 mainland trip last week and shut out Evergreen State. She then shifted to offense and scored two goals in a 4-0 Pac West victory over Western Oregon.

UH fourth in Cal regatta

The Hawaii Rainbow coed sailing team took fourth place in the Stoney Burke Intersectional regatta last weekend at Berkeley, Calf.

USC, UC Santa Barbara and Stanford finished 1-2-3.

Sailing for UH were skippers Molly O'Bryan and Steve Brown with crew members Sarah Hitchcock and Emi Tottori.

Okihiro's work pays off

A lot of homework and a little luck has paid off handsomely for Clarence Okihiro.

Okihiro's ballot, with eight of 10 picks correct, was selected as this week's Football Fever winner.

"I was really lucky," said Okihiro, whose only two wrong choices were NFL hard-luck losers Indianapolis and New Orleans.

But Okihiro admits more than luck was involved.

"I enjoy football and read as much as I can about the teams. I've been studying them for many years," he said.

Although he's a big Hawaii fan, he picked Rice because "I thought Rice's schedule was stronger and their option would give Hawaii trouble."

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