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    Among the 12 inductees at last night's High School Hall of Honor banquet at the Sheraton Waikiki were 'Iolani's Jarrett Arakawa, Kamehameha's Chaz Bajet, Punahou's Taylor Crabb and 'Iolani's Andrew Skalman.

Arakawa headlines ’10 class

There are no specific criteria to enter the High School Hall of Fame, but judges knew Jarrett Arakawa fit the bill.

The quiet leader was one of 12 officially inducted last night at the annual banquet held at the Sheraton Waikiki.

"He’s the calmest athlete under pressure I’ve seen in a long time," ‘Iolani co-athletic director Carl Schroers said. "He has a short memory and comes right back every time."

Arakawa, a three-sport standout, will play baseball at UH next season.

"It’s kind of surreal. You don’t think about this until it happens," he said, adding that guest speaker Gib Arnold made an impact.


Asing wins junior surf meet

Ewa Beach’s Keanu Asing won the ASP North America Pro Junior Series Grade-3 Arnette All Day Antics surf meet yesterday off Newport Beach, Calif.

The 17-year-old Asing also scored the highest heat total of the event, with a 16.67 out of 20, coming in the final. Maui’s Albee Layer finished third (11.27).

Failing to advance out of the semifinals from Hawaii were Nathan Carvalho and Kiron Jabour. Hawaii’s Dege O’Connell, Levi Gonzales and Alex Smith did not advance past the quarterfinals.

» Hawaii’s Melanie Bartels won the opening heat as the ASP Movistar Peru Classic got under way off San Bartolo in Lima.

Bartels, ranked fourth in the world, scored an 11.50 in challenging early-morning conditions. Hawaii’s Coco Ho scored a 13.10 in the last heat of the day to place second behind Australia’s Chelsea Hedges, who pulled off a monster 16.43.

Both Bartels and Ho move on to today’s Round 2.


Scott second in AVP event

Former Hawaii volleyball player Sean Scott and partner John Hyden finished second at the Huntington Beach (Calif.) Open yesterday, the third stop on the Association of Volleyball Professionals tour.

Scott and Hyden, seeded second, fell to top-seeded Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser 21-16, 18-21, 15-9 in 85 minutes. Scott-Hyden had advanced to the final with a 21-18, 18-21, 15-13 win over fourth-seeded Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal, while Dalhausser-Rogers swept Punahou product Kevin Wong and partner Casey Patterson 21-19, 21-15 in the semifinals.


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