Kiyota, Choi win air riflery titles
In just her second year in the sport, Leilehua High senior Heather Kiyota captured the O'ahu Interscholastic Association girls' individual air riflery championship yesterday at McKinley's range.
Kiyota fired a 250, beating out Pearl City's Kacey Kikuchi and Dara Ching. The Chargers each shot a 234. Kiyota finished eighth last year.
In the boys' meet on Tuesday at McKinley, Kalani's Byung-Suk Choi, a senior, recaptured the individual title he won as a sophomore. This is Choi's fourth season in air riflery. He placed ninth last year.
Hilo sweeps: Tiffanie Ollison had 12 kills and nine digs to lead the University of Hawai'i-Hilo women yesterday to 30-25, 30-22, 30-28 victory over Tarleton State at Stephenville, Texas.
UH-Hilo is 9-11, Tarleton 6-17.
BYUH player in semifinals: Jan Krejci, of Brigham Young-Hawai'i, advanced to today's NCAA II men's singles semifinals at the 2001 Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Small College Championships in Plano, Texas.
Krejci defeated Assumption's Sean Kenney 7-5, 6-1 in yesterday's first round of men's singles. He faces West Florida's Radovan Chrz in today's match. Chrz is the defending champion.
In doubles, Krejci and teammate Peter Madarassy, fell to Valdosta State's Marco Borges and Tobias Huning, 8-6, in the semifinals.