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BYUH trips Chaminade in soccer

Abbie Fronk scored two goals and Terryn Soelberg added one to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 3-0 win over Chaminade in women’s soccer Saturday in Laie.

Brittney Evans had two assists, and Korral Koehler and McKenzie Evans had one each for the Seasiders (3-1, 1-0 Pacific West Conference).

Keelani Duffey had the only shot for the Silverswords (0-3, 0-1), and teammate Lauren Ishii made eight saves.

» In the men’s game in Laie, BYUH and Chaminade tied 0-0.

The Seasiders (1-0-1, 0-0-1) outshot the Silverswords 15-5.

Goalkeeper Conor Knox of Chaminade (0-2-1, 0-0-1) made seven saves.

HPU men rout Hawaii-Hilo

Five players scored goals and Alejandro Porras had four assists to lead Hawaii Pacific to a 5-1 men’s soccer victory over Hawaii-Hilo on Saturday in Kaneohe.

Porras also had one goal, as did Keenan Ho, Guillem Vinas Marin, Daniel Haehre and Kainoa Kahui for the Sea Warriors (1-3, 1-0).

Ian Watanabe scored for the Vulcans (0-2, 0-1).

Hawaii Pacific beats UHH in 4

Amanda Moriarty had 21 kills and Kasey Thompson added 18 to lead Hawaii Pacific to a 25-23, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17 women’s volleyball win over Hawaii-Hilo on Saturday in Hilo.

Chelsey Buyuan had 20 digs for the Sea Warriors (7-2, 1-0).

Bria Morgan led the Vulcans (0-7, 0-1) with 26 kills.

BYUH sweeps Chaminade

Shih Ting Chen knocked down 13 kills to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii past Chaminade 25-22, 25-14, 25-17 in women’s volleyball Saturday at McCabe Gym.

Ying Chun Chen had 33 assists for the Seasiders (6-2, 1-0).

Kin Spring had nine kills for the Silverswords (3-6, 0-1).

HPU, BYUH win in cross country

The Hawaii Pacific women’s team and the Brigham Young-Hawaii men’s team won the BYU-Hawaii Invitational races on Saturday in Laie.

Julia Kumpers of the Sea Warriors took first place in the 5-kilometer women’s race in 18 minutes, 59 seconds.

Teammate Polina Babkina (fourth place), Evelina Maanson (sixth) and Shannon White (ninth) also finished in the top 10.

The BYUH women finished in second place, followed by Chaminade, Hawaii-Hilo and Hawaii.

The top women runners from each of the other schools were Chaminade’s Emily Oschner (second place), BYUH’s Jessica Paget (third), UHH’s Nadia Ramirez (seventh), and Hawaii’s Sara Silverman (20th).

Hawaii Pacific’s Leandro Santillan won the men’s 8K race in 26:28, 12 seconds ahead of BYUH’s Spencer Deavila.

Aside from Deavila, Kevin Miller (third place), Jon Hooke (fourth), Parker Hawkins (sixth), Matt Belliston (seventh), Clayton Kearl (eighth) and Yuki Kitahara placed in the top 10 for the winning Seasiders.

Sebastian Cruz (10th) of HPU joined Santillan in the top 10 to help lead the Sea Warriors to second place.

Jorge Cisneros (fifth) was Chaminade’s top runner.

McLaughlin is a winner at Mauritius

Patri McLaughlin of Maui upset reigning world champion Airton Cozzolino of Italy in the One Eye Kite Surf Pro final Saturday in waters off Le Morne, Mauritius.

"I’m so stoked right now, I don’t even know what to say," said McLaughlin. "I got the biggest closeout barrel of my life in that final (a perfect 10), and I am just so happy to be here."

Ninja Bichler of Germany won the women’s division.

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