Sports Capsule for Saturday — October 18, 2003

• Kaua‘i Pop Warner holds cheer contest

• BYUH water polo tops Chaminade

Kaua‘i Pop Warner holds cheer contest

The Kaua‘i Pop Warner Association hosts their annual Cheer/Spirit competition Sunday at Waimea High School starting at 1 p.m.

Cheer squads from associations from Anahola to Kekaha will compete for an opportunity to advance to the National Championships in Orlando, Fla.

The defending champions are the Lihu‘e Patriots in the Junior PeeWee division, the Koloa Rams in the PeeWee division and the Kekaha Chargers in the Midget division. The public is invited to attend.

BYUH water polo tops Chaminade

The 18th-ranked Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i men’s water polo team defeated Chaminade 16-8 to take home the Ralph Hale trophy awarded each year to the winner of the BYU-Hawai‘i-Chaminade series.

The Seasiders romped to a 10-2 halftime leaded before coasting to the victory that improved them to 11-6 for the season and named them the Men’s Hawai‘i Collegiate Water Polo Champion.

Cody Weidauer led the Seasiders with three goals, with Vlada Stankovic, Jordan Brink, Vanja Kalabix and Sam Somerhalder each adding a pair of scores.

Dutch Tuerly, Kirk Mitchell, Brad Spongberg, Jamie Jacobson, and Kevin Van Haaster each tallied a goal on the night.

Goalie Peter Caley stopped eight Silversword shots-on-goal.

BYU-Hawai‘i earlier in the year defeated Chaminade and the teams will meet one more time this season.


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