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• ESPN2 picks up Hawai‘i’s final contest
• Udaundo wins with a big smile
• Ed Ho Memorial Swim Meet on Dec. 4
• Hana Hou dominates
ESPN2 picks up Hawai‘i’s final contest
By The Garden Island
HONOLULU — ESPN2 will telecast the Michigan State at Hawai’i football game on Dec. 4, University of Hawaii Athletics Director Herman Frazier announced. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Aloha Stadium
“This is a great opportunity to celebrate the most decorated senior class we’ve had here in a long time,” Frazier said. “Most of these guys have been to two bowl garnes in the last two years and, in some cases, three bowl games in the last five years.”
The Warriors have posted a 5-1 record at Aloha Stadium this season.
This will be Hawai‘i’s fifth appearance on national/regional television in 2004.
All coverage has been in road games: ESPN (at Fresno State), ESPN2 (at Boise State), ESPN Regional Television (at UTEP), and Sportswest (at Rice).
Udaundo wins with a big smile
Noel Udaundo had one thing on his mind Sunday and it was to win and he did it with style, driving absolutely flawless to win all three mains in his division in Garden Isle R/C racing action.
It was intense on the nitro A division as racers traded leads back and forth to the end, but Reggie ended up with the victory.
The next race will be on Dec. 5 at the Wailua off-road track next to the moto-x track. Race starts at 10 a.m. with no admission charge. For more information contact Arnold at 639-9314.
Results are in the scoreboard on page B2.
Ed Ho Memorial Swim Meet on Dec. 4
The West Kaua‘i Lions Club will be sponsoring the 30th Ed Ho Memorial Swim Meet at the Waimea Swimming Pool on Saturday, December 4.
Plan to arrive early as the first event will start at 9 am.
The Swim Meet is open youth 17 years and younger. Please contact your high school swim coach or swim club coach to pre register not later than Monday, November 29th. If you are not part of an organized swimming group andyou are interested in competing please contact Lion Naoko Ho, 338-1877 not later than 7 p.m. on Dec. 2nd to pre register.
All participants are required to complete a Waiver of Liability form which must be signed by the parent or guardian and turned in prior to participating in the meet; Saturday, December 4th will be okay.
If you have any questions please contact Lions Naoko Ho 338-1877, Brian Kimura 651-6201, or Eric Nordmeier 651-9166.
Hana Hou dominates
Al Aranio and Hana Hou defeated Pahio on Tuesday in the County’s 35-over slowpitch tournament. Lambert Alapai got the loss.
At the plate, Hana Hou was paced by Nelson Chiba with 3 singles, and 1 RBI, Bully Balocan with 2 singles and 2 RBI’s, Peter Caalim with 2 singles and 2 RBI’s, Brenn Naka‘ahiki with 2 singles and 2 RBI’s, and Richard Rosa with 2 singles and 2 RBI’s. Naka‘ahiki drove in the winning run. Harry Best had 3 singles and Rod Ochoa got 2 singles and 1 RBI. In the other match, Universal edged Braddah’s, 5-4 thanks to Lance Nakata’s pitching. Todd Young picked up the loss.
Kelly Robinson (2 singles), Wendell Nonaka (1 double, triple, RBI), and Scott Ebesu (2 singles) all led Universal at the plate. Nonaka drove in the winning run.
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