Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Regan Lee led the Mid-Pacific Open by two strokes with two rounds left to play.

Lee keeps his lead at Mid-Pac

Regan Lee maintained his lead in the 75th annual Mid-Pacific Open yesterday, firing a second-round 68 for a solid two-day total of 133.

No one came close to Lee's opening-round of 65. In fact, Lee's 68 was the best 18 holes for the day, matched only by Kevin Hayashi, Shinsuke Yanagisawa, Jerry Mullen and Shane Hoshino. Ed Tischler held on to second, three shots off the pace, with a second-round 69.

Big Island resident Hayashi is tied for third at 138 with Yokomoto and Yanagisawa.

Brandan Kop moved into first place in the championship flight with a 71 and a total of 143.

Warriors fall back: The Hawaii golf team fell from second to ninth place between rounds at the Ping Golf Cougar Classic at Provo, Utah, yesterday.

After shooting a 283 in the first round, they imploded for a 310 in the second. Kramer Aoki followed his 73 with a 71 for a two-round total for 144.

Martin in top 25 at California Invitational

Hawaii senior Sadie Martin scored 3,972 points in the Heptatholon at the California Invitational in Azuza, Calif., yesterday, good for 22nd place.

Martin's best effort was in the 200-meter run, where she ran a 28.16 for 618 points.

Martin was followed close behind by three teammates, Lana Phillips in 25th, Kim Higa in 26th and Kira Lee in 27th. Jackie Poulson of Idaho State won the meet with 5,218 points.

Vulcans betray Shimabuku in 36th loss

The Hawaii-Hilo baseball team dropped to 10-36-1 with a 4-1 loss to Pacific (19-16-1) yesterday at Billy Hebert Field.

Vulcans starter Robert Shimabukuru (1-8) held the Tigers scoreless for four innings, but gave up a bases-loaded double with two outs for three runs. Keola Park was 3-for-4 for the Vulcans.

Spiking for dollars at Queen's Beach

The Oahu Volleyball Association will be holding a volleyball tournament tomorrow at Queen's Beach.

Featured players include Kevin Wong, Stein Metzger, Heidi Illustre and Andrea Tukuafu.

For more information, contact Paul McCurdy at 593-1988 or Randy Morris at 956-1699.

Miano, Victorino, Jones on QB Club agenda

Keith Jones, Jesse Victorio and Rich Miano will speak at the Honolulu Quarterback Club tomorrow at noon.

Jones is the producer of the Aloha Muscle & Fitness Extravaganza, and Victorino serves as the head coach of the McKinley High School girls basketball team.

Miano coaches UH's defensive backs.

The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Pagoda restaurant.

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