Hawaii Beat

Star-Bulletin Staff


David Griffith led Boy Scout Troop 201 from Mae'mae Elementary School down Kamehameha Highway for their bicycling merit badge on Sunday. The troop had to bicycle 50 miles from Kualoa Ranch to Waimea Bay and back to earn the credit. Pictured behind him are Gary Griffith and Nick Sakanashi.


Hawaii ninth at Vegas tournament

Hawaii golfer Sara Odelius shot a 74 and is tied for 12th after the first round of the Las Vegas Founder's Collegiate Showdown at Henderson, Nev.

Odelius sits six strokes behind tournament leader Trisha Quick of Colorado State. Rene Krause (78), Dale Gammie (79) and Megan Stoddart were next on the list for the Rainbow Wahine. New Mexico leads the team scoring, five shots ahead of Oklahoma and 12 strokes in front of ninth-place Hawaii.

Saladin wins at Coral Creek: Chad Saladin shot a 4-under 69 at Coral Creek yesterday to win the Hawaii Golf Tournament Players Club championship yesterday.

Saladin beat Beau Yokomoto by two strokes and Andrew Feldman by three.

Feldman and Saladin teamed up to win the best ball competition with a 10-under 62.

Oda gets spot in Honolulu Futures

Honolulu's Malino Oda lost to Adam Seri 6-7(2), 6-0, 6-1 but was awarded a wild card into the Honolulu Futures tennis tournament yesterday.

Each of the top seven seeds advanced to the main draw, with 12th-seeded Fritz Wolmarans earning the lowest spot.

Waikoloa's Brad Erickson also lost in the qualifier.

The main draw begins today with Ireland's Peter Clarke as the favorite. Clarke is ranked No. 336 in the world.

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