Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, December 11, 1999

Chang wins
national award

Timmy Chang, the record-shattering quarterback of St. Louis' state football champions, is the winner of the Dick Butkus Football Network's C. David Baker National High School Player of the Year award.
Chang, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound senior, completed 273 of 439 passes for 4,039 yards and 64 touchdowns, leading the Crusaders to a 15-1 finish.

He is among the all-time prep leaders in seven passing categories.

The web site's award is named for the commissioner of the Arena Football League.

Kamehameha girls No. 1

The state champion Kamehameha girls' volleyball team is No. 1 in the final Top 30 national high school rankings.

The Warriors capped a 20-0 season with their state title win, while extending their winning streak to 58 matches.

The top national ranking provides a super sendoff for coach Dan Kitashima, who is retiring after 12 seasons at Kamehameha with a 243-20 record.

Newport Harbor (Calif.) and Olympic Heights (Fla.) were No. 2 and No.3, respectively, in the web site's final poll.

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

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