Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, January 30, 2002

Nary named new coach
for Chaminade water polo

Ben Nary II will take over as the head coach of Chaminade's water polo program, athletic director Aaron Griess said yesterday.

Nary will replace Bruce Black, who stepped down at the end of last season, when the SIlverswords posted a 7-8 record.

"We are very excited to have Ben come on board," Griess said. "He is well organized and will bring a sense of commitment and discipline to our program. I am looking forward to having Ben involved with our athletic department."

Nary has coached water polo since 1975, leading the Pac-Five and Kamehameha water polo and swim teams.

Schulte, Timpson take checker at Raceway Park

Scott Schulte of Mililani beat Ronald Mishima of Honolulu by 47 seconds in a sports car race Sunday at Hawaii Raceway Park.

Schulte was driving a blue Porsche 911 and averaged a speed of 80 mph over the 25- lap, 33-mile course.

Wes Aihara, Lindsey Akamau and Ed Kemper came in third, fourth and fifth.

Steve Timpson of Honolulu won the sedan race in his Crossle 50F. He beat Dave Boto by 24 seconds and turned an average lap of 83.8 mph. Wes Aihara, ALan Zane and Stephen Hirasuna followed Boto.

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

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