Hawaii Beat

Wendell signs with Wahine water polo team

Long Beach City College sophomore Jamie Wendell has signed a national letter of intent to play water polo for the University of Hawaii.

Wendell was a two-year standout in goal for LBCC helped lead the Vikings to the 2003 state championship and second place in 2002. She earned second-team All-Southern California honors as a sophomore and twice was named to the All-South Coast Conference squad. The Vikings went 62-5 in her seasons.

Mililani remains unbeaten

Dustin Antolin and Kyle Gonzaga combined to strike out 11 and walk only three as the 13-14-year-old Mililani team shut out Morgan Hills (Calif.) in the second round of the double-elimination PONY West Zone Championship in Fullerton, Calif., yesterday.

Mililani drew a bye in today's competition and will next play East Valley (Calif.) at 2 p.m. Hawaii time, tomorrow.

Seymour, Rolles dominate Mountain Man

Chad Seymour and Ingrid Rolles were the fastest across the finish line at the Mountain Man Triathlon at Kaaawa yesterday.

Seymour sliced through the swim in 9 minutes, 27 seconds and cruised through the rest of the course to finish in 1:23:33.

Simon Toozoff finished four minutes later to take second among the men, just 18 seconds ahead of Norihiko Katsumi.

Rolles used the swim to her advantage as well, winning the women's race in 1:37:44. Tanya Bettis was second in 1:39:30 and Candes Gentry finished third in 1:48:26.

Lim wins shortened Outrigger/USO 10K

Jeff Lim ran 5.3 miles in 29 minutes, 35 seconds to win the Outrigger/USO 10K run at Kaneohe Bay yesterday. Jenna Yancey won the women's race in 35:16.

The 10K course measured 5.3 miles rather than 6.2.

Joey Becera won the 5K race -- which was actually 5 kilometers -- in 18:15 and Nicole Anderson was the fastest women in 18:54.

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