Hawaii Beat
Star-Bulletin staff and wire reports

Mason making a run at NCAA II region title

Hawaii-Hilo's Nick Mason shot a six-under 66 yesterday at Dakota Dunes, S.D., to move into third place at the NCAA II West Regional golf tournament.

Mason is at even-par 144 after two rounds of the tournament and trails co-leaders Tim Feenstra of Western Washington and Andy Moren of Cal State Stanislaus by one shot.

Mason had the lowest round of the day, with seven birdies and nine pars. His only blemish was a three-putt bogey on the par-4 15th.

Colin Gilliam shot even-par 72 for the Vulcans.

Western Washington leads the eight-team tourney at 20-over 596, followed by Chico State at 37-over 613 and the Vulcans at 39-over 615.

Hamamoto drops to fifth at WAC championships

Hawaii's Jarett Hamamoto dropped three spots and is tied for fifth after shooting a 4-over 76 yesterday in the Western Athletic Conference golf championships at Choudrant, La.

Hamamoti is at 4-over 148 after two rounds. He trails SMU's Will Dodson, who is at 1-under 143, by five shots.

Tulsa is in first place at 25-over 601, with SMU one stroke back.

Hawaii is in eighth place out of 10 teams at 55-over 631.

Sensley to instruct at basketball clinic

Hawaii standout basketball player Julian Sensley is one of the instructors at the Higher Hoops basketball clinic at Kalaheo High School, May 29-30.

Kalaheo junior varsity coach Ryan Hogue, Hawaii-Hilo assistant Eric Sanchez and Higher Hoops founder John Reed are the other instructors.

The cost for the three-hour session is $55. Times are 9 a.m. to noon for boys and girls ages 8-11 on May 29 and 1-4 p.m. for boys and girls ages 12-17 on May 30.

For more information, call Ryan Hogue at 989-6713.

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

E-mail to Sports Desk


© Honolulu Star-Bulletin -- https://archives.starbulletin.com