Hawaii Beat

Mauraders avoid forfeiting rest of season

After forfeiting the past three games due to a lack of eligible players, the Waialua varsity baseball team will finally be able to field enough kids for tomorrow's baseball game at Pearl City after yesterday's grade check.

"It looks like the boys are doing OK with grades, so it should be all right," Mauraders head coach Herbert Onizuka said.

The Mauraders also forfeited the first game of the OIA season and are 0-6 in the OIA Western Division.

Hayashi, Lee lead Mid-Pac Open

Kevin Hayashi and Regan Lee each shot a 71 to jump out to the first-round lead in the Mid Pacific Open yesterday.

Louie Lee is a shot back, followed by Leland Lindsay, John Lynch, Rick Sovereign and Thomas Kim at 73.

Lance Suzuki leads Phil Anamizu the Pro-Senior flight by seven strokes with a 68. Jean Paul Velasquez, Johnny McCray and Alika Bell share the lead in the championship flight at 85.

The tournament runs through Sunday.

Kuebler named most outstanding player

Michael Kuebler received the Art Woolaway Most Outstanding Player award last night as the Hawaii basketball team put the finishing touches on its season with its annual awards banquet at the Hawaii Prince Hotel.

Kuebler, a senior guard, also received the team's Academic Award as he was the first UH player to be named to the CoSida Academic All-America first team.

49ers defeat Rainbow Wahine

University of Hawaii women's tennis coach Carolyn Katayama watched her daughter Krystina team with Emmanuelle Tabatruong to defeat Justin Boutet and Renara Camargo of Hawaii to help Long Beach State defeat the Wahine 5-2 yesterday at the 49er tennis courts.

The Wahine scored wins in the first and fifth positions by Lauren Fitzgerald and Kimberly Curtis.

Local kayakers place second and third

Kathy Colin and Lauren Spalding of Hawaii placed second and third, respectively, in Olympic canoeing and kayaking trials in Lake Merrit, Calif.

The duo will also be teaming up to represent the United States in today's K-2 race, and will also compete in a K-4 race Sunday.

Phillips 15th in heptathlon

Hawaii's Lana Phillips finished the Mount SAC relays in 15th place in the heptathlon yesterday, just ahead of teammate Amanda Page.

Phillips scored 4,000 points and Page scored 3,777.

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