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Scoreboard

For Thursday, July 15, 2010


POSTED:

TODAY

BASEBALL
American Legion State Baseball Tournament: Games at 9 a.m., 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Han's L'Orange Park.

GOLF
Barbers Point Invitational: First round, 7 a.m., Barbers Point Golf Course.

BASEBALL

Little League

District 7
At Pride Field
Pearl City 25 West Oahu 0
Waipio 21, Makakilo/Kapolei 2
Waialua 14, Waipahu 0

STAND-UP PADDLING

Pailolo Channel Express

27 miles, Honolua, Maui, to Kaunakakai, Molokai
Sunday's results
Men
Elite: 1. Connor Baxter, 3:29:02. 2. Ekolu Kalama, 3:30:08. 3.
David Kalama, 3:32:25. 4. Livio Menelau, 3:32:58. 5.
Mark Raaptionist, 3:37:17. 6. Scott Trudon, 3:42:20. 7.
Jeremy Riggs, 3:44:08. 8. Bart De Zwart, 3:56:59. 9.
Courtney Gray, 4:02:29. 10. Kaeo O Kalani Clark, 4:07:37. 11. Zane Schweitzer, 4:13:05. 1
30-39: 1. Amir Arbel, 3:59:04. 2. Kolaiah Jardine, 4:03:17.
40-49: Phil Cregory, 4:01:57.
Women
Elite: 1. Andrea Moller, 3:53:20. 2. Frananda Ometti,, 4:49:04.
Team
Men: 1. Andrew McGurr/Jerry Bell, 3:44:01. 2. Yves Bouwens/Scott Blish, 3:58:44. 3. Devin Blish/Jack Dyson, 4:08:52. 4. Randy Strome/Chantalle Strome, 4:26:28. 5. King/Look, 5:21:01.
Women: 1. Donna Raaphorst/Jennifer Raaphorst, 4:33:24.

ESPY AWARDS

Award Winners

At Los Angeles
Yesterday
Male Athlete: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Female Athlete: Lindsey Vonn, skiing
Team: New Orleans Saints
Coach-Manager: Phil Jackson, Los Angeles Lakers
Breakthrough Athlete: Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans
Game: Canada vs. US, men's hockey Olympic gold medal game
Record-breaking Performance: John Isner vs. Nicolas Mahut, longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon
Championship Performance: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Play: Brett Favre pass to Greg Lewis, Minnesota Vikings
Moment: Landon Donovan, World Cup soccer, U.S. vs. Algeria
Upset: Northern Iowa upsets No. 1 seed Kansas in men's NCAA basketball tourney
Sports Movie: "The Blind Side"
Male College Athlete: John Wall, Kentucky basketball
Female College Athlete: Maya Moore, Connecticut basketball
Male Action Sport Athlete: Shaun White, skateboarding-snowboading
Female Action Sport Athlete: Torah Bright, snowboarding
Baseball Player: Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals
NBA Player: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers
WNBA Player: Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
NFL Player: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
NHL Player: Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins
MLS Player: Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy
Bowler: Walter Ray Williams Jr.
Driver: Jimmie Johnson
Fighter: Floyd Mayweather
Male Golfer: Phil Mickelson
Female Golfer: Lorena Ochoa
Jockey: Calvin Borel
Male Tennis Player: Roger Federer
Female Tennis Player: Serena Williams
Track and Field Athlete: Usain Bolt
Male Olympian: Shaun White, skateboarding-snowboarding
Female Olympian: Lindsey Vonn, skiing
Male Athlete with a Disability: Steve Cash, hockey
Female Athlete with a Disability: Amy Palmiero-Winters, track and field
Performance Under Pressure: Landon Donovan, soccer
Comeback: Kim Clijsters, tennis
College Athletic Program: Duke men's athletics and Stanford women's athletics
Arthur Ashe Courage Award: the family of Ed Thomas
Jimmy V ESPY for Perserverance: George Karl, Denver Nuggets coach

RUGBY

Hawaii World Rugby Club Tournament

At Honolulu
Liae Girls 21, Hawaii All Blues 10
Lavenga Malia 86, Utah Steelers 6
Apia marrons 43, Hawaii Titans 21
Hawaii Barbarians 19, Tama Sulu Ie 0
Hawaii North Shore 39, Pago Pago Eagles 5

BASKETBALL

NCAA Summer League

National Fire Protection Co. 103, Army 91
Leading scorers--Army: Scott Kato 29, NFP: Adhar Mayen 28.
Grantco Pacific 123, Central Medical Clinic 110
Leading scoreres--GP: Sean Cadll 27, CMC: John Lane 20

D. One Women NCAA Summer Basketball League

Plumbling Source 60, Pro 57
Leading scorers--PS: Brandy Richardson 18, Pro: Aritta Lane 22.
Impact Signs 51, Superior Trading 50
Leading scorers--IS: Dita Liepkalme 17, ST: Violet Alama.
Hookipa 47, Power Plus 34
Leading scorers--Hokpa: Jamie Smith 15, PP: Dionne Brown.

GOLF

Public Links

At Greensboro, N.C.
Stroke Play
Round of 64, par 71
John-Tyler Griffin, Wilson, N.C. (133) def. Andrew Perez, Oxnard, Calif. (147), 1 up
Wesley Graham, Port Orange, Fla. (144) def. Andrew Lawson, Dallas (144), 4 and 3
Garrett Rank, Canada (146) def. Cody Paladino, Kensington, Conn. (142), 5 and 4
Brent Martin, La Plata, Md. (146) def. Thomas Welk, Madison, Wis. (142), 3 and 2
Griffin Wood, Boonville, Ind. (146) def. Riley Arp, Fort Collins, Colo. (138), 2 and 1
Kevin Phelan, St. Augustine, Fla. (144) def. Jay Hwang, San Diego (145), 4 and 3
Kyle Souza, Livermore, Calif. (146) def. Justin Lower, Canal Fulton, Ohio (139), 5 and 3
Tim Sheppard, East Peoria, Ill. (144) def. Mark Knecht, Paducah, Ky. (145), 4 and 3
Bhavik Patel, Bakersfield, Calif. (134) def. Eric Hsu, Beaumont, Calif. (147), 3 and 2
Sang Yi, Carrollton, Texas (144) def. Andrew Bryant, Graham, Texas (145), 4 and 3
Scott Langley, St. Louis, Mo. (142) def. Greg Condon, Monte Vista, Colo. (146), 2 and 1
Chris Williams, Moscow, Idaho (142) def. Anthony Barrera, San Jose, Calif. (145), 2 and 1
Andrew Yun, Chandler, Ariz. (135) def. Ricky Jones, Thomaston, Maine (147), 6 and 5
Chase Wright, Muncie, Ind. (145) def. Sean Knapp, Oakmont, Pa. (144), 1 up
Joon Heui Lee, Silver City, N.M. (141) def. Jon Veneziano, Mount Dora, Fla. (146), 2 and 1
Lion Kim, Ann Arbor, Mich. (143) def. Ross Canavan, Palm Desert, Calif. (145), 6 and 5
Derek Ernst, Clovis, Calif. (134) def. Clayton Rotz, Chambersburg, Pa. (147), 2 and 1
Anton Arboleda, La Canada, Calif. (144) def. Taylor Travis, Fremont, Calif. (145), 1 up
Harris English, Athens, Ga. (142) def. Rob Simmons, Beaufort, S.C. (146), 6 and 4
Jonathan McCurry, Sanford, N.C. (145) def. Nick Taylor, Canada (142), 4 and 2
Mario Clemens, Los Angeles (146) def. Zachary Blair, Ogden, Utah (137), 4 and 3
David McDaniel, Tucson, Ariz. (145) def. Carlos Ortiz, Mexico (144), 1 up
Robert Butler, Atlanta (146) def. David Watkins, Hamlet, N.C. (140), 4 and 2
Wesley Bryan, Chapin, S.C. (145) def. Cameron Peck, Olympia, Wash. (143), 1 up
Patrick Reed, Augusta, Ga. (134) def. Travis Gahman, Souderton, Pa. (147), 7 and 6
Alex Edfort, Somerset, N.J. (145) def. Garren Poirier, Killington, Vt. (144), 20 holes
Darren Wallace, Canada (142) def. Tevis Upton, Acworth, Ga. (146), 2 and 1
Jim Liu, Smithtown, N.Y. (142) def. Colby Shrum, Perry, Okla. (145), 3 and 2
Chris Igawa, Hilo, Hawaii (147) def. George Bryan, Chapin, S.C. (136), 2 and 1
Chase Wilson, Arden, N.C. (145) def. Andrew Vijarro, Bend, Ore. (144), 3 and 2
Josh Brock, Wilmington, N.C. (141) def. Tim Fisher, Statts Mills, W.Va. (146), Disqualified
Josh Anderson, Murrieta, Calif. (143) def. John Hahn, Kent, Ohio (145), 2 and 1Callaway

Junior World Championships

At San Diego
Hawaii golfers results
Girls
15-17 (Par 74)--T2, Alina Ching (Honolulu) 76-69-145; T4, Marissa Chow (Honolulu) 69-78-147; T16, Cassy Isagawa (Wailuku) 78-73-151; T19, Kelly Oride (Lihue) 78-74-152; T25, Hee Sue Condry (Honolulu) 80-74-154; T74, Kacie Komoto (Honolulu) 81-81-162; T91, Alice Kim (Honolulu) 80-84-164.
13-14 (Par 72)--1, Eimi Koga (Honolulu) 70-74-144; T40, Kaci Masuda (Honolulu) 84-75-159; T52, Ayumi Sakamoto (Honolulu) 82-81-163; T56, Brittany Fan (Pearl City) 79-87-166; T66, Kristin Le (Aiea) 90-81-171.
11-12 (Par 73)--Allisen Corpuz (Honolulu) 73-73-146; T7, Mariel Galdiano (Pearl City) 77-73-150; T15, Hana Furuichi (Honolulu) 76-78-154; T37, Ji Hae Lee (Honolulu) 85-82-167.
9-10 (Par 56)--T32, Malia Nam (Honolulu) 70-64-134; T41, Kristin Miyagi (Honolulu) 75-63--138; 51, Jaelin Ishikawa (Makawao) 72-73-145; 52, Samantha Keppel (Honolulu) 81-66-147; 59, Mari Camacho (Hilo) 77-75-152.
7-8 (Par 58)--T8, Millburn Ho (Honolulu) 65-63-128; T15, Amy Giang (Honolulu) 65-66-131.
Boys
15-17 (Par 72)--T19, Aaron Kunitomo (Lahaina) 72-76-148; T33, Ryan Kuroiwa (Aiea) 76-74-150; T41, Michael Fan (Pearl City) 75-76-151; T67, Alex Chiarella (Makawao) 79-75-154; T85, Lorens Chan (Honolulu) 81-74-155 and Seungiae Maeng (Aiea) 78-77-155.
13-14 (Par 72)--T13, Jino Sohn (Honolulu) 74-73-147 and Richard Hattori (Honolulu) 74-73-147; T24, Donny Hopoi (Aiea) 74-75-149; T52, PJ Samiere (Kailua) 82-71-153; T112, Jared Flores (Honolulu) 85-76-161.
11-12 (Par 73)--Sian Rogers (Honolulu) 74-; Kyosuke Hara (Honolulu 76-75-151; Taisei Negishi (Hilo) 76-77-153; Kyle Suppa (Honolulu) 80-75-155; Shon Katahira 82-76-158.
9-10 (Par 62)--T13, Kane Rogers (Honolulu) 65-64-129; T58, Pono Yanagi (Hilo) 67-71-138 and Andy Kang (Honolulu) 69-69-138; T70, Len Yamada (Honolulu) 69-71-140.
7-8 (Par 58)--T19, Taylor John McGerity (Honolulu) 67-62-129; T30, Kona Kashiwagi 67-64-131; T35, Riku Omata (Hilo) 68-67-135; T60, Nicolas Tanaka (Honolulu) 74-69-143.
6-under (Par 54)--36, Keoni David (Haleiwa) 76-82-158.

Waialae Woman's Invitational

Low gross, par 72
Overall
Mia Hew 77-74 -- 151
Championship flight
Saori Williams 78-76 -- 154
A flight
Lisa Lee 82-86 -- 168
B flight
Christy Yung 91-89 -- 180
C flight
Gloria Alivado 95-88 -- 183
D flight
Seema Singh 102-91 -- 193

MONEY LEADERS

PGA Tour FedExCup Leaders

  Pts Money
1. Ernie Els 1,751 $3,941,028
2. Steve Stricker 1,561 $2,963,122
3. Justin Rose 1,542 $3,159,748
4. Phil Mickelson 1,521 $3,199,838
5. Jim Furyk 1,479 $2,883,915
6. Tim Clark 1,280 $2,866,198
7. Ben Crane 1,222 $2,396,357
8. Anthony Kim 1,215 $2,518,521
9. Dustin Johnson 1,137 $2,312,724
10. Robert Allenby 1,129 $2,471,868
11. Bubba Watson 1,124 $2,072,761
12. Matt Kuchar 1,114 $2,331,955
13. Camilo Villegas 1,091 $2,330,936
14. Jeff Overton 1,063 $2,286,341
15. Rickie Fowler 1,045 $2,083,691
16. Bo Van Pelt 1,036 $2,069,004
17. Zach Johnson 975 $1,870,317
18. J.B. Holmes 973 $1,881,498
19. Bill Haas 949 $1,585,320
20. Jason Bohn 901 $1,763,673
21. Ricky Barnes 892 $1,704,668
22. K.J. Choi 872 $1,496,764
23. Hunter Mahan 868 $1,757,016
24. Jason Day 857 $1,650,792
25. Ryan Moore 832 $1,686,873
26. Vaughn Taylor 804 $1,498,040
27. Luke Donald 804 $1,623,531
28. Adam Scott 801 $1,572,635
29. Nick Watney 787 $1,507,845
30. Geoff Ogilvy 771 $1,521,795
Also
195. Dean Wilson 78 $65,770
217. Parker McLachlin 32 $53,291

LPGA Money Leaders

  Trn Money
1. Ai Miyazato 11 $985,439
2. Cristie Kerr 10 $954,336
3. Suzann Pettersen 10 $901,560
4. Na Yeon Choi 12 $775,612
5. Song-Hee Kim 12 $738,936
6. Jiyai Shin 9 $680,441
7. Yani Tseng 10 $655,312
8. Paula Creamer 5 $637,333
9. Inbee Park 11 $531,034
10. Sun Young Yoo 12 $487,436
11. In-Kyung Kim 11 $478,806
12. Angela Stanford 12 $440,477
13. Amy Yang 12 $406,397
14. Karrie Webb 10 $378,558
15. Stacy Lewis 12 $309,788
16. Jee Young Lee 12 $304,885
17. Anna Nordqvist 10 $278,752
18. Brittany Lincicome 12 $263,332
19. M.J. Hur 12 $261,157
20. Michelle Wie 11 $259,987
21. Morgan Pressel 12 $257,487
22. Se Ri Pak 11 $241,716
23. Christina Kim 12 $221,386
24. Azahara Munoz 9 $216,968
25. Hee Young Park 12 $213,703
26. Brittany Lang 11 $201,802
27. Katherine Hull 12 $199,638
28. Shanshan Feng 9 $178,842
29. Lorena Ochoa 5 $176,527
30. Catriona Matthew 9 $173,664

SIGN-UPS

» Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship: July 27-29, Mid-Pacific Country Club. Open to women of any age with a handicap index of 14.0 or less. Information, call 262-2428 or e-mail kathyordway@me.com.
» 56th Maui Women's Golf Invitational: Aug. 7-8, Kahili Golf Course and Maui Country Club. $130. Open to women 18 and older with current GHIN handicap from a HSGA-affiliated club. Deadline: July 25. Information: Helene Steiner (808-575-7875) or Ann Bradley (808-242-4157).
» Blue Shamrock Kilted Classic: Aug. 8, Pearl Country Club. Registration: $150 per player/$600 foursome. Includes greens fee, cart, meals. Peoria system. Kilts or plaid preferred. Grand prize: Trip to Scotland with golf at St. Andrews. Information: Cesci Perez de Wang, 381-7216 or e-mail SaintAndrewSociety@hawaii.rr.com
» Hawaii State Match Play Championship: Aug. 11-13, Oahu Country Club. Fee: $120. Information: Gwen Omori, 833-6423 or e-mail at gcomori@hawaii.rr.com.
» Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association Scholarship Tournament: Aug. 19, Pearl Country Club. Registration: 10:30 am. Noon shotgun start. Entry fees: $750 three-person team, $250 player, $1,000 hole sponsor. Deadline: Aug. 6. Information: 923-0407.

Local Aces

  Date Course Hole Yards Club
Ed Mokuau June 18 Makalena Golf Course 11 161 6-iron Honolulu
Jene Sakada July 6 Hawaii Kai Golf Course 8 120 Driver Kailua
Kei Shiba July 6 Wailua Golf Course 14 168 6-iron Kalaheo
Lowell Kurashige July 9 Mamala Bay Golf Course 6 166 4-hybrid Honolulu
Gordon Ing July 10 Oahu Country Club 4 202 4-iron Honolulu
Jay Furukawa July 10 Makaha Resort Golf Course Star 135 7-iron Honolulu
Keith Akagi July 10 West Loch Golf Course 15 188 3-hybrid Waipahu
Bobby Fujimoto July 10 Wailua Golf Course 17 183 19-degree Hanapepe
Lee Soo Mee July 13 Ewa Beach Golf Course 13 96 9-iron
Send aces to sports@staradvertiser.com or call 529-4321






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