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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Tuesday, April 18, 2000

Boys’ golf title
decided in playoff

Luke Okihiro of Kailua High School birdied the first playoff hole to win the Oahu Interscholastic Association individual boys' golf championship yesterday at the Pearl Country Club.

Okihiro and Pearl City's Blaine Jasmin were tied at 154 after two rounds.

Ayumi Hori of Moanalua won the girls' title with a two-round total of 160. She edged Aiea's Merynn Ito by one stroke.

Meanwhile, Kamehameha's Kyra Sumida was the lowest scorer of eight finalists in the girls' Interscholastic League of Honolulu championships, held at Makaha West.

Sumida shot an 85, with Hawaii Baptist's Whitney-Reigh Asao one shot back.

The Warriors were also represented at the top of the boys' list, as David Baptista tied with Iolani's Pomaikai Shishido at 73.

The ILH finals are tomorrow at the Waialae Country Club.

Prep officials honored

Eleven state high school officials have been recognized by the National Federation of Officials Association.

The NFOA is the national body for high school officiating.

The following officials were recognized: Herbert Hew Len and Derik LaBenz (basketball); Morris Rios (baseball); Charles Sakurai (softball); Hannie Anderson and Mary Serrao (paddling), and Harold Pukahi, Al Barros, Clay Benham, Joe Ornellas and Aaron Neff (football).

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

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