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Scoreboard

For Monday, November 1, 2010

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services

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Today

GOLF
PacWest: Dennis Rose Intercollegiate, Waikoloa Golf Resort, 7 a.m. shotgun start.
SURFING
HIC Pro: At Sunset Beach, surf permitting.
VOLLEYBALL
College women: Louisiana Tech at Hawaii, 7 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.
PacWest: Notre Dame de Namur at Hawaii Pacific, 7 p.m.

 

Tomorrow

GOLF
PacWest: Dennis Rose Intercollegiate, Waikoloa Golf Resort, 7 a.m.
College women: Turtle Bay Resort College Invitational, all day, Turtle Bay Resort.
SOCCER
PacWest men: Hawaii Pacific at Brigham Young-Hawaii, 12:30 p.m.
PacWest women: Hawaii Pacific at Brigham Young-Hawaii, 3 p.m.
SURFING
HIC Pro: At Sunset Beach, surf permitting.
VOLLEYBALL
PacWest: Notre Dame de Namur at Chaminade, 7 p.m., McCabe Gym; Academy of Art at Brigham Young-Hawaii, 7:30 p.m., Cannon Activities Center.
WATER POLO
ILH Boys Division I Finals: 5 p.m., at 'Iolani.

 

Bulletin Board

RUNNING
Friends of Kailua High School: 5K & 10K fun-run/walk, November 14, 7 a.m., starts at Kailua High School Gym. Entry fee is $15, additional $10 for a t-shirt. To register, email edracers@aol.com, or fill in an application through Hawaii Sports Magazine, or active.com. For additional info, call Anne Higashi at 223/5720.

 

BOWLING

Lawn Bowling

Saturday
Cut throat: Nancy Miller def. All Hollis and Ray Yourchek 44-32-20.
Doubles: John Gilbert/Aggi Birmbaum def. Brian Flynn/Roman Bondaruk 18-9.

 

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 Oct. 30, 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 (49) 8-0 1,487 1
2. Boise St. (7) 7-0 1,403 2
3. Auburn (2) 9-0 1,396 3
4. TCU (2) 9-0 1,350 4
5. Alabama 7-1 1,228 6
6. Utah 8-0 1,147 8
7. Wisconsin 7-1 1,113 9
8. Ohio St. 8-1 1,010 10
9. Nebraska 7-1 974 14
10. Stanford 7-1 950 13
11. Oklahoma 7-1 928 11
12. LSU 7-1 872 12
13. Arizona 7-1 779 15
14. Missouri 7-1 739 7
15. Iowa 6-2 700 18
16. Michigan St. 8-1 644 5
17. Arkansas 6-2 500 19
18. South Carolina 6-2 497 17
19. Oklahoma St. 7-1 457 20
20. Virginia Tech 6-2 332 21
21. Mississippi St. 7-2 302 23
22. Baylor 7-2 247 25
23. N.C. State 6-2 113 --
24. Florida St. 6-2 97 16
25. Nevada 7-1 91 --

Others receiving votes: Hawaii 50, Syracuse 22, Oregon St. 16, Maryland 11, Southern Cal 10, San Diego St. 9, Illinois 8, UCF 5, Pittsburgh 4, Miami 3, Northwestern 3, Florida 2, N. Illinois 1.
How Honolulu Star-Advertiser's Ferd Lewis voted: 1. Boise State; 2. Oregon; 3. Auburn; 4. Texas Christian; 5. Alabama; 6. Utah; 7. Wisconsin; 8. Ohio State; 9. Oklahoma; 10. Louisiana State; 11. Nebraska
12. Stanford; 13. Arizona; 14. Iowa; 15. Michigan State; 16. South Carolina; 17. Missouri; 18. Arkansas; 19. Virginia Tech; 20. Oklahoma State; 21. Mississippi State; 22. Baylor; 23. North Carolina State; 24. Florida State; 25. Hawaii.

 

Harris Top 25

The Top 25 teams in the Harris Interactive College Football Poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 30, 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 (92) 8-0 2,823 1
2. Auburn (10) 9-0 2,683 3
3. Boise State (12) 7-0 2,635 2
4. TCU 9-0 2,529 4
5. Alabama 7-1 2,346 6
6. Utah 8-0 2,171 7
7. Wisconsin 7-1 2,041 9
8. Ohio State 8-1 1,986 10
9. Oklahoma 7-1 1,891 11
10. Stanford 7-1 1,797 13
11. Nebraska 7-1 1,793 14
12. LSU 7-1 1,705 12
13. Arizona 7-1 1,378 15
14. Iowa 6-2 1,307 17
15. Missouri 7-1 1,293 8
16. Michigan State 8-1 1,279 5
17. Arkansas 6-2 971 18
18. Oklahoma State 7-1 925 20
19. South Carolina 6-2 903 19
20. Virginia Tech 6-2 631 21
21. Mississippi State 7-2 574 23
22. Baylor 7-2 422 25
23. Nevada 7-1 288 24
24. Florida State 6-2 252 16
25. NC State 6-2 139 NR

Other teams receiving votes: Hawaii 73; Florida 54; Syracuse 53; Oregon State 28; Northwestern 16; Maryland 13; Miami (FL) 10; San Diego State 10; Michigan 9; Central Florida 7; Temple 4; Texas A&M 4; Virginia 4; Navy 1; Pittsburgh 1; West Virginia 1.
How the Star-Advertiser's Cindy Luis voted: 1. Oregon; 2. Auburn; 3. Boise State; 4. TCU; 5. Ohio State; 6. Utah. 7. Wisconsin; 8. Oklahoma; 9. LSU; 10. Alabama; 11. Nebraska; 12. Stanford; 13. Iowa; 14. Michigan State; 15. Missouri; 16. Arizona; 17. Oklahoma State; 18. Arkansas; 19. South Carolina; 20. Mississippi State; 21. Virginia Tech; 22. Baylor; 23. Florida State; 24. Hawaii; 25. Nevada.

 

USA Today Top 25 Poll

The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 30, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

  Record Pts Pvs
1. Oregon (51) 8-0 1,464 1
2. Auburn (4) 9-0 1,384 3
3. Boise State (3) 7-0 1,361 2
4. TCU (1) 9-0 1,292 4
5. Alabama 7-1 1,213 6
6. Utah 8-0 1,141 7
7. Wisconsin 7-1 1,100 9
8. Ohio State 8-1 1,049 10
9. Oklahoma 7-1 990 11
10. Nebraska 7-1 961 12
11. LSU 7-1 861 13
12. Stanford 7-1 846 14
13. Arizona 7-1 704 16
14. Missouri 7-1 676 8
15. Michigan State 8-1 652 5
16. Iowa 6-2 647 19
17. South Carolina 6-2 517 17
18. Oklahoma State 7-1 466 20
19. Arkansas 6-2 446 18
20. Virginia Tech 6-2 379 21
21. Mississippi State 7-2 320 23
22. Baylor 7-2 250 24
23. Nevada 7-1 112 NR
24. Florida State 6-2 107 15
25. North Carolina State 6-2 96 NR

Others receiving votes: Hawaii 59; Northwestern 24; Syracuse 14; Central Florida 13; Maryland 9; Miami (Fla.) 5; Florida 4; Illinois 4; San Diego State 4; Michigan 3; Northern Illinois 2.

 

FOOTBALL

NFL Islander

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
» Davone Bess*, WR, Dolphins: seven receptions for 53 yards; four punt returns for 28 yards, but fumbled away one of them
» Matt McBriar*, P, Cowboys: three punts for a 44.7 average, with one inside the 20 and a long of 63
» Samson Satele* (Kailua), C, Raiders: on a broken play, fumbled while rushing for no yards and the ball was recovered by a teammate
» Isaac Sopoaga*, DT, 49ers: one solo tackle, one pass defense

KAHUKU
» Chris Kemoeatu*, G, Steelers: one tackle after an interception thrown by teammate Ben Roethlisberger
» Ma'ake Kemoeatu*, DT, Redskins: two solo tackles
SAINT LOUIS SCHOOL

» Tyson Alualu*, DT, Jaguars: one sack, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hurry; suffered a knee injury that was reportedly not serious

ALSO PLAYING
» Ikaika Alama-Francis (Kalaheo/University of Hawaii), DE, Dolphins; Wayne Hunter (Radford/University of Hawaii), OT, Jets; Jake Ingram* (Mililani/University of Hawaii), LS, Patriots; Travis LaBoy (University of Hawaii), DE, 49ers; Vince Manuwai* (Farrington/University of Hawaii), G, Jaguars; Dominic Raiola* (Saint Louis School), C, Lions

NOT ACTIVE
» Ryan Mouton (University of Hawaii), CB, Titans

NO GAME THIS WEEK
» Olin Kreutz* (Saint Louis School), C, Bears; Shawn Lauvao (Farrington), G, Browns; Daniel Te'o Nesheim (Hawaii Prep), DE, Eagles; Pisa Tinoisamoa* (University of Hawaii), LB, Bears

PLAYS TONIGHT
» Aaron Francisco* (Kahuku), S, Colts

* denotes starter

 

GOLF

Hana Bank Championship

At Incheon, South Korea
Final round, par 72
a-amateur
Na Yeon Choi, $270,000 69-68-69 -- 206
Vicky Hurst, $166,643 68-70-70 -- 208
Song-Hee Kim, $120,888 68-68-73 -- 209
Paula Creamer, $76,790 72-71-67 -- 210
Jiyai Shin, $76,790 73-68-69 -- 210
Suzann Pettersen, $76,790 71-69-70 -- 210
Inbee Park, $51,548 73-67-71 -- 211
Kristy McPherson, $39,232 73-69-70 -- 212
Sun Young Yoo, $39,232 72-70-70 -- 212
In-Kyung Kim, $39,232 72-70-70 -- 212
Jee Young Lee, $39,232 70-72-70 -- 212
Katherine Hull, $27,523 70-73-70 -- 213
Michelle Wie, $27,523 70-73-70 -- 213
Stacy Lewis, $27,523 71-71-71 -- 213
Cristie Kerr, $27,523 71-71-71 -- 213
So Yeon Ryu, $27,523 70-70-73 -- 213
Juli Inkster, $27,523 71-68-74 -- 213
Sophie Gustafson, $20,281 73-71-70 -- 214
Anna Nordqvist, $20,281 72-72-70 -- 214
Karen Stupples, $20,281 71-72-71 -- 214
Bo-Bea Kim, $20,281 73-69-72 -- 214
Hye-Youn Kim, $20,281 72-70-72 -- 214
Hee-Won Han, $20,281 71-69-74 -- 214
Amanda Blumenherst, $20,281 70-70-74 -- 214
Soo-Jin Yang, $16,787 74-72-69 -- 215
Amy Hung, $16,787 69-73-73 -- 215
Mika Miyazato, $16,787 70-70-75 -- 215
Alena Sharp, $14,902 72-73-71 -- 216
Jimin Kang, $14,902 70-75-71 -- 216
Karine Icher, $14,902 70-75-71 -- 216
Bo Kyung Kim, $12,955 74-72-71 -- 217
Azahara Munoz, $12,955 73-72-72 -- 217
Maria Hjorth, $12,955 71-72-74 -- 217
Meena Lee, $12,955 71-72-74 -- 217
Amy Yang, $10,766, $10,766 73-77-68 -- 218
Morgan Pressel, $10,766 72-74-72 -- 218
Brittany Lincicome, $10,766 71-73-74 -- 218
Jung-Min Lee, $10,766 75-68-75 -- 218
Catriona Matthew, $10,766 72-71-75 -- 218
Haeji Kang, $9,124 74-74-71 -- 219
Kyeong Bae, $9,124 74-72-73 -- 219
Jeong Jang, $9,124 73-68-78 -- 219
Momoko Ueda, $7,633 77-72-71 -- 220
Heather Bowie Young, $7,633 71-78-71 -- 220
M.J. Hur, $7,633 74-73-73 -- 220
Pat Hurst, $7,633 75-70-75 -- 220
Wendy Ward, $7,633 74-70-76 -- 220
Seon Hwa Lee, $7,633 74-70-76 -- 220
Hyun-Hee Moon, $6,660 78-73-70 -- 221
Meaghan Francella, $5,930 75-74-73 -- 222
Jeong-Eun Lee, $5,930 75-73-74 -- 222
Yoon-Ji Cho, $5,930 72-76-74 -- 222
Shi Hyun Ahn, $5,930 76-71-75 -- 222
Eun-Hee Ji, $5,930 73-73-76 -- 222
Gwladys Nocera, $5,930 72-74-76 -- 222
Shin-Ae Ahn, $5,109 76-74-73 -- 223
Natalie Gulbis, $5,109 74-76-73 -- 223
Brittany Lang, $5,109 77-71-75 -- 223
Jin Joo Hong, $4,539 77-77-70 -- 224
Ran Hong, $4,539 79-71-74 -- 224
Bo-Mee Lee, $4,539 77-73-74 -- 224
Stacy Prammanasudh, $4,539 72-75-77 -- 224
Teresa Lu, $4,243 74-75-76 -- 225
Christina Kim, $4,243 74-75-76 -- 225
a-Hee Kyung Bae 80-71-75 -- 226
Mirim Lee, $4,060 76-75-75 -- 226
Jennifer Song, $4,060 77-71-78 -- 226
Katie Futcher, $3,878 74-79-74 -- 227
Hee Kyung Seo, $3,878 75-75-77 -- 227
a-Ju Young Park 78-71-78 -- 227
Hee Young Park, $3,741 76-77-76 -- 229
Anna Rawson, $3,650 82-76-76 -- 234
Lindsey Wright, $3,605 81-76-83 -- 240

 

POLO

Colin Ogawa Memorial

Noh Foods 6, ICS 3
NF: Julian Alvarez 4, Raymond Noh 2. ICS: Bob Miller, Rosie Rosecrans, Beau Broughton.

 





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