Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, December 12, 2001

ESPN will rebroadcast
Hawaii-BYU game

ESPN will replay the Hawaii-BYU football game Thursday at 9 a.m.

As with all ESPN replays, the contest will be edited down to three hours but will have all of the major plays shown through the end of the game, including action missed when ESPN2 cut away from UH's 72-45 victory Saturday in favor of a college basketball game.

Rainbow baseball season tickets still on sale

Season tickets for Hawaii baseball are on sale through Jan. 16.

The cost is $185 plus a $20 premium-seat donation for the blue and orange levels, $145 for the red level, and $120 for senior citizens or students ages 4-18 in the red level.

The Rainbows play in the alumni game Jan. 26 before the season starts Jan. 30 at home against Florida State. Call 944-2697 for more information.

Hawaii's Berg is Big Ten all-conference pick

Punahou graduate Lindsey Berg, a senior setter for the University of Minnesota women's volleyball team, was named to the Big Ten all-conference first team.

She was also named to the NCAA all-district team.

Pipeline Masters forecast is 'swell'

Big waves forecasted for today could signal the start of the Xbox Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters surf contest at Ehukai Beach on Oahu's North Shore.

The Association of Surfing Professionals has invited top surfers from all over the world to compete in the specialty event for the Pipeline title.

HPU cancels a game, adds a game

The Hawaii Pacific basketball team was forced to cancel this Sunday's game against National Christian University of Texas at the Blaisdell Center.

NCUT has chosen not to make the trip. Officials cited "travel anxiety" due to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

HPU added a game against Cal State Monterey Bay on Dec. 19 at the Blaisdell.

Monterey Bay is also playing in the AmeriSports Coconut Classic Tournament at the University of Hawaii-Hilo.

On Friday, the Sea Warriors (3-3) play Montana State University-Northern at the Blaisdell Center at 7:30 p.m.

Kahuku finishes season No. 13 in the nation

The state champion Kahuku football team finished the season at No. 13 in the Student Sports Fab 50 National Football Rankings.

The Red Raiders posted a 14-0 record this season and won their second straight state title with a 21-14 win over St. Louis on Nov. 30. They are also ranked third in the West Region, behind De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) and Poly (Long Beach, Calif.).

De La Salle, which owns a 125-game winning streak, is the top ranked team in the national poll. Jenks (Okla.) is second.

Uyehara, Tsukenjo take bowling championships

Chad Uyehara beat David Akau 189-179 and Teri-Ann Tsukenjo topped Shaina Carnate 204-139 to win their divisions of the Oahu Junior Bowlers Tour's tournament at Pali Lanes on Sunday.

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

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