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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, June 24, 2000

Movers blitz
West Oahu

The Hawaii Island Movers built an early 9-2 lead en route to a 12-2 win over the West Oahu All-Stars last night at Rainbow Stadium.

Bryce Urgawachi's two-run single highlighted a four-run second inning for the Movers. Kona Sampaio keyed a four-run fourth with a two-run single.

The Movers open Alaska Baseball League action tonight at 6 against the Anchorage Glacier Pilots at Rainbow Stadium.

Paddlers in New York

Team Hawaii was back in New York to defend the men's and women's titles today in the Liberty World Challenge outrigger canoe race.

The men's team members are: Walter Guild, Jim and John Foti, Mike Judd, Steve Cole and Thiebert Lussiaa. The women's team members are: Paula Crabb, Kelly Mey, Margie Kawaiaea, Nicole Wilcox Pedersen, Cheryl Villegas and Kelly Wong.

Golfers to junior tourney

Forty-four golfers qualified yesterday for the upcoming Junior World golf tournament in San Diego.

A total of 158 golfers competed in the state qualifying event at the Wailea Blue and Waiehu courses yesterday.

The boys' 15-18 division finished in a three-way tie with Casey Watabu winning a playoff over Dan Ciez and Chaz Inouye. In the girls' 15-17 division, Rachel Kyono carded a final-round 71 to leapfrog from fourth to first.

Other age-group winners were: Burt Bonk (13-14 boys), Lehua Wise and Dale Gammie (13-14 girls), Kellen Watabu (11-12 boys) and Maui Chun (11-12 girls).

Two aces were recorded --by Nainoa Calip and Megan Ueno.

Salas loses in final

Waianae boxer Walter Salas lost a 3-2 decision to Enrique Gutierrez of Santa Rosa, Calif. in the 2000 Junior Olympic National Championship 147-pound final last night in Marquette, Mich.

Quarterback Club lineup

Dr. Reid Elam of Elam Sports Oahu and Robert Sonoda, head of the Hawaii archery team that will compete in the Junior World Championships next month in France, headline the list of speakers at Monday's Honolulu Quarterback Club meeting at 11:30 a.m. at the Pagoda Hotel.

Also on the dais will be Michael Brown and Anita Rossing, the new husband-and-wife coaching team for University of Hawaii diving.

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

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