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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Tuesday, February 15, 2000

Woodruff gets WAC
softball weekly award

Hawaii's Tyree Woodruff was named Western Athletic Conference player of the week for her MVP performance in the Chevron Paradise Softball Classic.

Woodruff, a sophomore right fielder, batted .563 in five games (9-for-16) and earned the Most Valuable Player as the Wahine took the tournament title.

Wahine sailors eighth

The University of Hawaii women's sailing team placed eighth at the Charleston Spring women's Intersectional this past weekend at Charleston, S.C.

Molly O'Bryan and Sarah Hitchcock finished fifth in the A division with 67 points. Ursula Austin and Melody Torres were 10th in the B division with 104 points.

Charleston won the 14-team event.

HIC Pro postponed

The HIC Pro at Pipeline, the fourth and final event of the inaugural Asahi Grand Slam of Surfing, was postponed yesterday after conditions were deemed to be too dangerous. Waves were in the consistent 8-12 foot range and out of control.

The HIC Pro's waiting period runs through Feb. 25. Competition will be held at Pipeline.

OFL looking for teams

Organizers of the Oahu Football League, which is trying to form a semi-pro football league on Oahu, will hold a meeting Thursday at the Flamingo restaurant in Pearl City at 7:30 p.m.

The league wants to field teams from Kahuku, Windward, Hawaii Kai, Central, Leeward and the Waianae Coast. Play would begin in May.

The OFL champion would be invited to play in the North American Football League Championship Bowl in Dallas.

For information, call John Frederick at 671-8213.

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