Hawaii Beat
Star-Bulletin staff and wire reports

Quarterback club honors Chang, Huang

The Honolulu Quarterback Club will recognize University of Hawaii quarterback Tim Chang and diver Qiong Jie Huang as the Sportspeople for the Month on November at its weekly luncheon tomorrow.

Chang became the NCAA's all-time passing leader against Louisiana Tech on Nov. 6. Huang won both her events last month at the USC Trojan Diving Invitational.

Guest speakers at the event include Jim Donovan, executive director of the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl; Keith Amemiya, executive director of the HHSAA; and the Star-Bulletin's Al Chase.

The luncheon starts at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at noon at the Pagoda Hotel Ballroom. The public is invited.

Maui to host junior swim championship

Maui will host the 2005 Junior Pan-Pacific Swimming Championships Jan. 5-9 at the Kihei Aquatic Center.

The Maui Sports & Entertainment Council will produce the event, along with Hawaii Swimming, Maui Age Group Swimming Association, County of Maui Parks and Recreation and USA Swimming.

More than 400 swimmers from six countries are expected for the five-day competition.

Sponsorships are available. For information call 808-877-7375 or go to www.maui-sec.org, www.usaswimming.org or www.hawaiiswim.org.

Volunteers wanted for Sony Open

The Sony Open is looking for volunteers for its tournament from Jan. 10-16, 2005 at Waialae Country Club.

Volunteers are needed for Shotlink, which is laser scoring on the course, course marshals and shuttle drivers from the course to hotels.

More than 1,200 volunteers are needed. For more information, contact 792-9303 or e-mail friend@friendsofhawaii.org.

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

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