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Posted on: Sunday, January 14, 2001

Isle File
BYUH wins second straight on road

Advertiser Staff

Kerry Hendrickson scored 16 points, Brian Skinner added 14 and Lamont Young 11 to lead the Brigham Young-Hawaii Seasiders to a 68-44 Pacific West Conference basketball victory over Western New Mexico yesterday in Silver City, N.M.

The Seasiders led 31-25 at halftime, opened the second half with a 16-2 run and never looked back in beating the Mustangs for the second consecutive day.

BYUH improved to 9-4 overall and 3-1 in conference. Western New Mexico fell to 0-10 and 0-3.

The Seasiders travel to Billings, Mont., to play Montana State-Billings tomorrow night.

HPU loses again: Dan Carter scored 16 points to lead four teammates in double figures, powering Montana State-Billings over Hawaii Pacific, 99-76, last night in a PacWest game at Billings, Mont.

Jerett Skrifvars added 15, Danny Phillips 14, Dave Carse 11 and Kevin Morales 10 for the Yellowjackets (9-3, 2-2). The Sea Warriors, led by Nick Spajic with 20 points, fell to 7-6, 2-2.

HPU plays at Western New Mexico tomorrow night.

In other games involving Hawaii teams, Chaminade defeated Alaska-Fairbanks, 66-61, while Alaska-Anchorage defeated Hawaii-Hilo, 101-99, in overtime.


UH’s Gowdy second twice: University of Hawaii diver Micheal Gowdy finished second in both the 3-meter and 1-meter platform diving competitions yesterday at the Hawaii Diving Invitational.

The freshman diver scored 298.15 points on the 3-meter and 302.55 points on the 1-meter.

University of Minnesota’s Dan Croaston won the two events, with a score of 348.2 on the 3-meter and 345.55 on the 1-meter.

Sarah Shepard was the top Rainbow Wahine, finishing sixth (233.5) in the 3-meter event and 13th (193.1) in the 1-meter event.

University of Minnesota’s Tracy La Voi won the 3-meter with 285.6 points, while Wisconsin’s Siobhan Kernan took the 1-meter with a score of 285.3.


Stars on Maui: The best of the collegiate football world will begin arriving at Maui’s Kahului International Airport at 2:30 p.m. today in preparation for next Sunday’s 2001 Hula Bowl at War Memorial Stadium.

Players and coaches will hold an autograph session tomorrow at the Maui Mall from 1:45 to 4:15 p.m.

With only one week left before the game, there are only 500 sideline seats and 2,000 end zone seats available.

For ticket information call (808) 871-4141 ext. #5 or the Maui Mall Hula Bowl store.


Top seeds meet Challenge: Top-seeded Torrey Gambill, the younger brother of world ranked Jan Michael Gambill, defeated Randy Ring, 5-3, 7-5, yesterday to advance to the semifinals of the Hilton Waikoloa Village Challenge on the Big Island.

Also advancing were No. 2 seed Roger Hart, who beat Kris Jordan, 6-4, 6-4; No. 3 seed Gerard Dericks III, who ousted John Gerdsen, 6-7 (5), 6-4, 7-6 (3); and No. 4 seed Brad Joelson, who rallied past Jarold Dryer, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4.

The semifinals will be held today starting at 9 a.m. at the Hilton Waikoloa Village Kohala Tennis Garden.

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