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By Star-Bulletin Staff
Monday, June 4, 2001
GILBERT IS QUEEN
OF KING'S RACE
FL MORRIS STAR-BULLETIN
Karla Gilbert of Sydney, seen here picking up her paddleboard,
was the first female finisher in the 11th annual Outrigger
Waikiki King's Race at Waikiki Beach. The multi-sport
event included a 34-mile beach run, 3-mile surf ski,
1-mile ocean swim and a 1-mile paddleboard. New
Zealand's Glenn Anderson was the first male finisher.
For complete results, please see Scoreboard.
Casey Nakama beat Kevin Hayashi on the third playoff hole to win the 44th Maui Open yesterday.
Maui Open in
It was the third Maui Open title for Nakama, the teaching pro at the Olomana Links.
Nakama and Hayashi finished the 54-hole regulation tournament tied at 207.
Finishing in a tie for third were defending champion Brian Sasada of Makena and Wailea's Eddie Lee.
Winning A flight honors was Henry Aoto.
EXPANDING THE HALL
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Twelve high school athletes were inducted into the 2001
Nissan Hawaii Hall of Honor last night at the Hawaii
Prince Hotel. In the first row, from left to right: Milia
Macfarlane (Punahou; basketball, volleyball), Rachel
Kyono (Kauai; golf), Nicole Garbin (Baldwin; volleyball,
soccer, basketball), Aritta Lane (Aiea; basketball, volleyball)
and Joelle Sugai (Aiea; soccer, volleyball, basketball).
Second row: Brandi Richardson (Kalaheo; basketball,
soccer, cross country), Pesefea Fiaseu (St. Louis; football,
soccer, track), Aaron Francisco (Kahuku; football, basketball,
track), Edward Ruhland (Hilo; soccer, football, tennis),
Natasha Kai (Kahuku; volleyball, soccer, track) and Mark
Rodrigues (Kauai; baseball, volleyball). Not pictured is
Shannon Tabion (Baldwin; softball, track and field).
Benny Agbayani, Mets: The St. Louis and Hawaii Pacific alumnus missed his fifth straight game with back spasms. He is day-to-day.
Mike Fetters, Dodgers: The Iolani School graduate pitched 1 1/3 innings of Los Angeles' 9-8 win over Houston, giving up one hit, and was credited with the win.
Rookie Rachels holds off Irwin
NASHVILLE, Tenn. >> Sammy Rachels has played great golf before in his life, just never when it mattered the most.
Rachels, whose bad back forced him off the PGA Tour in 1985, had two eagles yesterday at the BellSouth Senior Classic and held off Hale Irwin by four strokes for his first tour victory.
His 9-under-par 63 was the best round of his career, as he became the second rookie to win this year.
Irwin was trying to defend his title and extend his Senior PGA Tour-leading victory total to 32. But he just couldn't keep pace with Rachels despite closing with a 66.
See line scores and results in
the [Scoreboard] section.
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