Tischler keeps lead in Rainbow Open golf
Coral Creek pro Edward Tischler retained his lead in the Sports Shinko Rainbow Open yesterday, shooting a 1-under-par 71 for a 136 total at the Mililani Golf Club.
Hilo Muni pro Kevin Hayashi and UCLA student Parker McLachlin each shot 70 and were tied for second at 137.
University of Hawai'i student Norman-Ganin Asao was fourth at 72138, followed by Mid-Pacific pro Jerry Mullen, the first-round co-leader, at 74139.
At 140 were pros Scotty Kaneko (Waikele) and Ivan Cunningham (Coral Creek) and 14-year-old Bronson Kalilikane.
The final round will be held today, starting at 6:30 a.m.
Junior World qualifying: Jarett Hamamoto and Ayumi Hori led the 15-17 age division in the Hawai'i State Junior Golf Association qualifying for the Junior World Golf Championships.
A total of 203 golfers between the ages of 7 and 17 competed this past Wednesday and Thursday at Kaua'i Lagoons and Wailua Golf Course. Forty-one spots were awarded for the Junior Worlds, which will be held July 17-20 in San Diego.
Hamamoto shot a 36-hole total of 6-under 138 at Kaua'i Lagoons while Hori and Leah Whiting tied for the girls' competition at 148. Hori then beat Whiting in a playoff.
Other division leaders were: Reyn Tanaka beat Burt Bonk in a playoff for boys' 13-14; Kayla Morinaga in girls' 13-14; Jordan Cox beat David Hahn in boys' 11-12; Kanoe Sakihama in girls' 11-12; Pono Calip in boys' 9-10; Ha'aheo Manini-Hew Len in girls' 9-10; Ryan Kuroiwa in boys' 7-8; and Hee Sue Condry in girls' 7-8.
Here's Joe: This is a photo of University of Hawai'i linebacker Joe Correia, who has been invited to play in the 2002 Hula Bowl all-star football game at Maui's War Memorial Stadium on Feb. 2. A photo of another UH player was published in yesterday's Honolulu Advertiser.
UH football: Hawai'i head football coach June Jones has announced two summer camps for youngsters entering the fifth grade through 12th grade.
Both camps are non-contact.
The first camp, tomorrow through Wednesday, is open to incoming fifth-graders through eighth-graders. Cost is $75 per camper and registration will be tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.
The camp will be in two sessions 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. for fifth- and sixth-graders, and 1 p.m. to 3:30 for seventh- and eighth-graders.
The second camp, June 22-25, is open to incoming ninth-graders through 12th-graders and will have two options an overnight camp for $295 per camper (includes three meals and dorm room) and a day camp for $175 (includes two meals).
Registration for the overnight session will be Friday, from noon to 2 at the Hale Lehua Dormitory lobby. Registration for the day camp will also be on Friday at the same site from 2 p.m.
Discounts are available for teams of 10 or more. For more information, call the UH football office (956-6508) or Ken Buckles (1-877-498-5615).