Calibuso-Kwee in tie for 46th place
Lana Calibuso-Kwee of Wailuku stands in a tie for 46th place midway through the girls 11-12 division at the Callaway Junior World Golf Championships being played in San Diego.
Calibuso-Kwee is at 16-over-par 162 after a 79 on Wednesday.
Okamura shoots 2-under on eTour
Garrett Okamura of Wailuku shot a 2-under-par 70 in the first round of the eTour's Cabarrus Classic to stand in a tie for 27th place Wednesday at the Cabarrus Country Club in Concord, N.C.
Okamura, a former Baldwin High School and University of Hawaii-Hilo standout, is coming off an 18th place finish in the eTour's Southern Open last week.
Awai-Dickson 19th in steer wrestling
Kanoa Awai-Dickson finished 19th in the first round of steer wrestling that concluded Wednesday at the National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyo.
Awai-Dickson, the Hawaii high school all-around cowboy and a rising senior at King Kekaulike High School, also finished 56th in tie-down roping in a time of 14.39 seconds.
Awai-Dickson and partner Kaena Poouahi, a junior-to-be at King Kekaulike, will compete in team roping today.
Longboard poised to reach west side
Longboard, a Riptide 35 Mark II yacht out of Vancouver, British Columbia, appears on the brink of being the first to finish the Vic-Maui International Yacht Race.
As of 5 p.m. HST Wednesday, Longboard, skippered by Peter Salusbury out of West Vancouver Yacht Club, was 256 miles from the finish line in Kaanapali. She is expected to finish late this afternoon.
New Haven, a Ker 46 yacht out of Bainbridge Island, Wash., was 78 miles behind Longboard and is expected in early Friday morning.
The official winner will be decided by corrected time, and New Haven has an advantage there.
The finish line is off the Aston Kaanapali Shores Hotel.