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Scoreboard

For Monday, October 18, 2010

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services

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Today

SOCCER
PacWest men: Dominican at Chaminade, 10 a.m.; Notre Dame de Namur at Hawaii-Hilo, 12:30 p.m.
PacWest women: Dominican at Chaminade, 12:30 p.m.; Notre Dame de Namur at Hawaii-Hilo, 3 p.m.

 

Tomorrow

No major local events scheduled.

 

Bulletin Board

TENNIS
Hawaii-Pacific Tennis Foundation, Speed and Endurance Testing: Saturday at Tripler tennis courts and track. Fee: $15 per person. Registration and information: Call Mark Beede 479-6727 or e-mail to beede@hawaiitennis.org.

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AIR RIFLERY

ILH Championships

Saturday
Individual results
At Saint Louis Rifle Range
Varsity boys
1. Keanu Paikai, Kamehameha, 542; 2. Ian Hew, Hawaii Baptist, 535; 3. Erik Oberacker, Punahou, 521; 4. Jerel Mudloff, Saint Louis, 518.
Junior varsity boys
1. Daniel Lee, Punahou, 471; 2. Mekenzie Rees, Kamehameha, 468; 3. Sebastien Selarque, Punahou, 464; 4. Gavin Cabuslay, Island Pacific, 460.
Varsity girls
1. Cecilia Wong, Sacred Hearts, 539; 2. Kristie Thornburg, Sacred Hearts, 532; 3. Christie Obatake, Punahou, 529; 4. Linda Char, Punahou, 528.
Junior varsity girls
1. Kristi Callejo, Mid-Pacific, 514; 2. Kelly Lam, Sacred Hearts, 502; 3. Kristen Chin, Mid-Pacific, 498; 4. Ashley Park, Maryknoll, 488.

 

OIA Championship

Saturday
Team final
Varsity boys
Pearl City 2,018, Moanalua 1,193
Top shooters--PC: Sean Lamorena 531. Moan: Daniel Jung 496.
Individual results
1. Sean Lamorena, PC, 530; 2. Milton Ibera, Pearl City, 516; 3. Brandon Arakaki, Kalani, 513; 4. Tyler Hamada, Pearl City, 511; 5. Grant Takara, Kalani 502; 6. Stanley Taguchi, Pearl City, 485; 7. Justin Hui, Roosevelt, 485; 8. Daniel Lee, Moanalua, 482; 9. Matthew Inn, Moanalua, 478; 10. Grant Oliver, Kalani 472; 11. Kyle Lei, Kalani, 471; 12. Tyler BReakvelt, Kailua, 471; 13. Jason Althouse, Kapolei, 470; 14. Lance Saneishi, Leilehua, 467; 15. Jacob Garcia, Roosevelt, 467.
Varsity girls
Team final
Kalani 1,964, Pearl City 1,908
Top shooters--Kaln: Uy-Di Nancy Le 510. PC: Anysa Rabago 511.
Individual results

1. Caitlin Hooker, Kailua, 518; 2. Uy-Di Nancy Le, Kalani, 513; 3. Cheyenne Kadooka, Kailua, 499; 4. Arlene Estabillo, Kapolei, 499; 5. Aanysa Rabago, Pearl City, 497; 6. Deidre Monroy, Leilehua, 495; 7. Jolie Kawasaki, Roosevelt, 493; 8. Joanna Endo, Waianae, 486; 9. Alissa Harada, Kalani, 481; 10. Alyssa Shigemura, Pearl City, 472; 11. Noe Yoshioka, Roosevelt, 469; 12. Samantha Uchida, Moanalua, 468; 13. Arden Harada, Kalani, 468; 14. Jesica Dela Cueva, Waianae, 459; 15. Lisa Furukawa, Kalani, 457.

 

BOWLING

Lawn Bowling

At Ala Moana Beach Park
Cut throat: Peter Georgeson def. Allie Hollis and Brian Flynn.
Doubles: Nancy Miller/Mark Berwick def. Ray Yourchek/Terry Mar 15-11.

 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The AP Top 25

The Top 25 teams in the Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Saturday, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

  Record Pts Pv
1. Oregon (39) 6-0 1,471 2
2. Boise State (15) 6-0 1,433 3
3. Oklahoma (3) 6-0 1,355 6
4. TCU (3) 7-0 1,340 4
5. Auburn 7-0 1,279 7
6. LSU 7-0 1,132 9
7. Alabama 6-1 1,121 8
8. Michigan St. 7-0 1,062 13
9. Utah 6-0 1,019 11
10. Wisconsin 6-1 920 18
11. Ohio St. 6-1 895 1
12. Stanford 5-1 828 14
13. Iowa 5-1 768 15
14. Nebraska 5-1 684 5
15. Arizona 5-1 619 17
16. Florida St. 6-1 615 16
17. Oklahoma St. 6-0 575 20
18. Missouri 6-0 552 21
19. South Carolina 4-2 372 10
20. West Virginia 5-1 346 25
21. Arkansas 4-2 343 12
22. Texas 4-2 267 --
23. Virginia Tech 5-2 122 --
24. Mississippi St. 5-2 111 --
25. Miami 4-2 85 --

Others receiving votes: Southern Cal 80, Kansas St. 40, Nevada 19, Hawaii 8, North Carolina 8, Northwestern 8, Michigan 7, Georgia Tech 5, Oregon St. 3, Baylor 2, N.C. State 2, Air Force 1, East Carolina 1, Kentucky 1, Washington 1.
How the Star-Advertiser's Ferd Lewis voted: 1. Boise State; 2. Oregon; 3. Texas Christian; 4. Oklahoma; 5. Auburn; 6. Utah; 7. Alabama; 8. Louisiana State; 9. Michigan State; 10. Wisconsin; 11. Ohio State; 12. Iowa; 13. Stanford; 14. Florida State; 15. Nebraska; 16. Arizona; 17. Oklahoma State; 18. Missouri; 19. South Carolina; 20. West Virginia; 21. Arkansas; 22. Miami; 23. Virginia Tech; 24. Texas; 25. Mississippi State.

 

Harris Top 25

The Top 25 teams in the Harris Interactive College Football Poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Saturday, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:

  Record Pts Pv
1. Oregon (77) 6-0 2,774 2
2. Boise State (29) 6-0 2,685 3
3. TCU (3) 7-0 2,516 4
4. Oklahoma (4) 6-0 2,486 6
5. Auburn 7-0 2,410 7
6. LSU 7-0 2,164 9
7. Alabama 6-1 2,092 8
8. Michigan State 7-0 1,964 12
9. Utah 6-0 1,925 10
10. Ohio State 6-1 1,761 1
11. Wisconsin 6-1 1,646 16
12. Iowa 5-1 1,511 15
13. Stanford 5-1 1,455 14
14. Nebraska 5-1 1,322 5
15. Oklahoma State 6-0 1,247 18
16. Missouri 6-0 1,196 19
17. Florida State 6-1 1,124 17
18. Arizona 5-1 1,037 21
19. West Virginia 5-1 663 25
20. Arkansas 4-2 579 13
21. South Carolina 4-2 576 11
22. Texas 4-2 397 --
23. Virginia Tech 5-2 242 --
24. Miami (FL) 4-2 213 --
25. Kansas State 5-1 143 --
25. Nevada 6-1 143 20

Other teams receiving votes: Mississippi State 129; Michigan 64; Northwestern 57; Florida 46; Air Force 30; Oregon State 27; North Carolina 22; Hawaii 21; Georgia Tech 19; NC State 19; Baylor 12; East Carolina 3; San Diego State 2; Purdue 1; Southern Miss 1; Washington 1.
How the Star-Advertiser's Cindy Luis voted: 1. Oregon; 2. Boise State; 3. TCU; 4. Oklahoma; 5. LSU; 6. Auburn; 7. Michigan State; 8. Wisconsin; 9. Ohio State; 10. Alabama; 11. Stanford; 12. Utah; 13. Nebraska; 14. Iowa; 15. Missouri; 16. Oklahoma State;17. Florida State; 18. Arizona; 19. South Carolina; 20. Arkansas; 21. N.C. State; 22. Kansas State; 23. West Virginia; 24. Virginia Tech; 25. Mississippi State.

 

USA Today Top 25 Poll

The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Saturday, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

  Record Pts Pvs
1. Oregon (42) 6-0 1,452 2
2. Boise State (11) 6-0 1,385 3
3. Oklahoma (4) 6-0 1,334 6
4. TCU (1) 7-0 1,300 5
5. Auburn (1) 7-0 1,238 7
6. LSU 7-0 1,132 9
7. Alabama 6-1 1,085 8
8. Michigan State 7-0 1,037 11
9. Utah 6-0 1,004 10
10. Ohio State 6-1 936 1
11. Wisconsin 6-1 867 16
12. Iowa 5-1 785 14
13. Nebraska 5-1 768 4
14. Stanford 5-1 689 15
15. Oklahoma State 6-0 659 18
16. Missouri 6-0 640 19
17. Florida State 6-1 608 17
18. Arizona 5-1 494 20
19. West Virginia 5-1 323 25
20. South Carolina 4-2 284 12
21. Arkansas 4-2 274 13
22. Texas 4-2 256 --
23. Virginia Tech 5-2 165 --
24. Mississippi State 5-2 133 --
25. Miami (Fla.) 4-2 127 --

Others receiving votes: Northwestern 60; Kansas State 53; Nevada 28; Michigan 23; Hawaii 9; North Carolina 8; Georgia Tech 6; Air Force 5; East Carolina 4; Baylor 3; Navy 1.

 

GOLF

Fryscom Open

At San Martin, Calif.
Purse: $3.6 million
Final round, par 71
Rocco Mediate, $900,000 64-65-67-73 — 269
Bo Van Pelt, $440,000 65-69-65-71 — 270
Alex Prugh, $440,000 69-66-66-69 — 270
Rickie Fowler, $240,000 69-65-68-69 — 271
Chris Tidland, $200,000 70-65-68-69 — 272
Graham DeLaet, $146,071 68-68-71-67 — 274
Will MacKenzie, $146,071 66-68-71-69 — 274
Kevin Stadler, $146,071 71-67-67-69 — 274
David Duval, $146,071 68-65-71-70 — 274
Charles Warren, $146,071 71-65-67-71 — 274
Ryuji Imada, $146,071 65-67-69-73 — 274
Tim Clark, $146,071 68-69-66-71 — 274
Tim Herron, $96,667 67-67-70-71 — 275
Dean Wilson, $96,667 69-64-70-72 — 275
Chad Campbell, $96,667 68-70-66-71 — 275
Kevin Streelman, $82,500 72-67-70-67 — 276
Fredrik Jacobson, $82,500 70-67-70-69 — 276
Paul Stankowski, $63,000 74-68-66-69 — 277
George McNeill, $63,000 69-72-67-69 — 277
Troy Merritt, $63,000 71-70-65-71 — 277
Tom Pernice, Jr., $63,000 67-70-69-71 — 277
Chris Riley, $63,000 67-71-67-72 — 277
John Mallinger, $63,000 66-69-68-74 — 277
Justin Leonard, $44,000 69-71-68-70 — 278
Kevin Chappell, $44,000 71-68-68-71 — 278
John Ellis, $44,000 70-68-68-72 — 278
Joe Durant, $37,000 71-71-67-70 — 279
Jeev Milkha Singh, $37,000 69-70-71-69 — 279
Paul Goydos, $37,000 65-73-68-73 — 279
Jonathan Byrd, $32,500 71-67-71-71 — 280
Jamie Lovemark, $32,500 68-71-71-70 — 280
Aaron Baddeley, $32,500 70-65-70-75 — 280
Josh Teater, $27,000 69-71-70-71 — 281
Tim Petrovic, $27,000 70-70-70-71 — 281
J.B. Holmes, $27,000 70-68-69-74 — 281
Shaun Micheel, $27,000 66-69-71-75 — 281
Chris DiMarco, $27,000 67-70-68-76 — 281
Cliff Kresge, $21,000 73-66-70-73 — 282
Woody Austin, $21,000 69-68-71-74 — 282
Pat Perez, $21,000 73-68-67-74 — 282
Lee Janzen, $21,000 71-68-71-72 — 282
Jerry Kelly, $21,000 70-69-72-71 — 282
Henrik Stenson, $21,000 67-67-80-68 — 282
Kevin Sutherland, $14,450 71-66-71-75 — 283
Danny Wax, $14,450 70-71-69-73 — 283
Ben Curtis, $14,450 71-70-70-72 — 283
Webb Simpson, $14,450 71-67-74-71 — 283
Scott Piercy, $14,450 70-70-73-70 — 283
Ricky Barnes, $14,450 70-72-71-70 — 283
Richard S. Johnson, $14,450 70-72-73-68 — 283
Andres Romero, $14,450 71-69-76-67 — 283
Andrew McLardy, $11,800 74-68-66-76 — 284
Charlie Wi, $11,800 70-65-72-77 — 284
Brett Quigley, $11,800 68-71-72-73 — 284
Brian Davis, $11,400 71-70-69-75 — 285
Spencer Levin, $11,400 72-69-71-73 — 285
Jeff Gove, $11,400 73-69-70-73 — 285
Derek Lamely, $11,000 68-72-69-77 — 286
Martin Flores, $11,000 74-67-69-76 — 286
Stuart Appleby, $11,000 70-72-70-74 — 286
Steve Wheatcroft, $11,000 69-68-77-72 — 286
James Nitties, $11,000 76-66-72-72 — 286
Michael Allen, $10,600 73-67-73-74 — 287
Billy Mayfair, $10,600 73-67-73-74 — 287
Aron Price, $10,600 72-70-72-73 — 287
Robert Garrigus, $10,350 68-73-71-76 — 288
Brian Stuard, $10,350 73-69-73-73 — 288
Mathew Goggin, $10,150 72-70-70-77 — 289
Todd Hamilton, $10,150 68-72-74-75 — 289
John Daly, $9,950 70-70-68-82 — 290
Michael Letzig, $9,950 66-70-77-77 — 290
Roland Thatcher, $9,800 76-66-76-73 — 291

 

Turtle Bay Amateur

At Turtle Bay, Fazio course
Rudy Cabalar Jr. 72-66 — 138
Brian Lee 72-70 — 142
Scotty Yamashita 72-71 — 143
Brett Komoto 72-72 — 144
Maeng Seunjae 75-73 — 148
Michael Fan 77-71 — 148
Aaron Kunitomo 77-72 — 149
Robert Nakagawa 77-72 — 149
Justin Chu 75-74 — 149
Jessie Aulelava 81-69 — 150
Ryan Kuroiwa 79-72 — 151
John Oda 77-76 — 153
Todd Rego 75-79 — 154
Kevin Teruya 80-77 — 157
Blaine Fujimoto 79-78 — 157
Cyd Okino 77-80 — 157
Mike Kawate 75-85 — 160
Jon-Michael Tubal 80-81 — 161
Michael Miguel 81-80 — 161
David Shiroma 79-83 — 162
Brendon Chun 83-79 — 162
James Duttweiler 81-82 — 163
Greg Easton 83-80 — 163
Derek Fukuda 78-87 — 165
Harold Higashida 81-84 — 165
Rampal Singh 84-81 — 165
Rusty Santiago 86-79 — 165
Andy Okita 87-78 — 165
David Long 81-85 — 166
Angel Diaz 86-81 — 167
Dean Kaya 87-81 — 168
Martin Hartono 82-87 — 169
Ian Parrish 88-82 — 170
John Goto 91-80 — 171
Jonah Fonacier 96-76 — 172
Travis Liu 88-85 — 173
Andrew Sulzer 90-84 — 174
Allan Kuaana 91-85 — 176
Matthew Clark 92-84 — 176

 

PADDLING

Blue Makua Waimea Bay Challenge

Men, 9 miles
Masters 40: 1. Manu O Ke Kai (Jason Bellefeuille, Brian Amantiad, Tomas Schlotman, Greg Pavao), 1:03:23; 2. Hui Lanakila, 1:05:16; 3. Anuenue, 1:05:35; 4. Kailua, 1:06:10; 5. Friends of Manu, 1:07:42; 6. Oleo O Keola, 1:09:45; 7. Ka Moi, 1:10:43; 8. Keahiakahoe, 1:14:35; 9. Alapa Hoe, 1:16:16.
Masters 50: 1. Keahiakahoe (Ken Bailey, Boy Kalama, Chris Crabb, Harold Akea, Dennis Salas, Bernie Paloma), 1:06:12; 2. Kamamalahoe, 1:10:26.
Masters 60: 1. Anuenue (Nappy Napoleon, John Miki, John Stewart, Gaylord Wilcox, Skip Ling, Ed McKeon), 1:10:56; 2. Keahiakahoe, 1:12:23; 3. Manu O Ke Kai, 1:18:45.
Women, 4 miles
Master 40: 1. 96744 (Roz Saizon, Miki Defiesta, Ana Abbey, Alai Abbey, Abby Brillhante, Lei Cunnigham), 47:13; 2. Manu O Ke Kai, 49:16.
Masters 50: 1. North Shore (Mary Martin, Georgette Nicklaus, Folly Murdock, Deidre Erickson, Jennifer Smith, Melita Miller Kalama), 44:10.
Mixed 40: 1. Hui Lanakila (Arlene Holzman, Mikala Bradley, Katie Slocum, Raven Aipa, Brian Mack, Freddy Delos Santos), 37:12; 2. Team Ray, 40:31; 3. North Shore, 44:08; 4. Olelo O Keola 47:47.
Mixed 50: 1. Team Ray (Leohone Magno, Kamuela Magno, Rozalind Murray, Scott Thompson, Dorothy Mar, Vinson Gerona), 45:47; 2. Manu O Ke Kai, 46:29.

 

POLO

Naturally Hawaiian Honu League

At Waimanalo Polo field
Honukai 5, Koamanu 2
Goalers--Hon: Michael Ebinger 2, Raymond Noh 2, Neil Szangi. Koa: Beau Broughton, Bob Miller.

 






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