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Hawaii Grown: Notes

For Wednesday, November 13, 2013

By Billy Hull

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 13, 2013

~~<p><strong>Football</strong><br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Wave Ryder</strong>, <em>Kamehameha &rsquo;10</em>: The Navy safety had 12 tackles in a 42-28 win over Hawaii on Saturday.<br />
&gt;&gt;<strong> Marcus Mariota</strong>, <em>Saint Louis &rsquo;11</em>: The Oregon quarterback was 20-for-34 for 250 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns in a 26-20 loss to Stanford last Thursday. Mariota dropped from first to third in this week&rsquo;s ESPN.com Heisman Watch poll.<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Wade Keliikipi</strong>,<em> Waianae &rsquo;09</em>: The Oregon defensive tackle blocked a field goal that was returned 65 yards for a touchdown and assisted on four tackles against the Cardinal.<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>DeForest Buckner</strong>, <em>Punahou &rsquo;12</em>: The Oregon sophomore made six tackles against Stanford.<br />
&gt;&gt;<strong> Maika Mataele</strong>, Kamehameha &rsquo;09: The UNLV receiver had five catches for 49 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown, in a 28-24 loss to Utah State on Saturday.<br />
&nbsp;<br />
<strong>WOMEN'S&nbsp;SOCCER</strong><br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Alana Munger</strong>, <em>Punahou &rsquo;09</em>: The UCLA goalkeeper made two saves in her final home game and the Pac-12 champion Bruins ended the regular season with a 4-1 victory over USC on Thursday. UCLA is a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament and will host San Diego State in the opening round on Friday.<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Caprice Dydasco</strong>, <em>Kamehameha &rsquo;11</em>: The UCLA junior attempted two shots on goal against the Trojans.<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Tani Costa</strong>, <em>Kalani &rsquo;09</em>: The Penn State senior attempted four of the Nittany Lions&rsquo; eight shots on goal in a 1-0 loss to Iowa in the Big Ten semifinals on Friday. Penn State was awarded a No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament and will host Monmouth (N.J.) on Friday.<br />
&gt;&gt;<strong> Lahaina Zoller</strong>, <em>Punahou &rsquo;11</em>: The Northeastern junior scored the go-ahead goal in the 25th minute of a 3-1 victory over No. 1 seed James Madison to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship on Sunday. The Huskies will play in their second NCAA tournament all-time against host Boston College on Friday.<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Ally Holtz</strong>, <em>Punahou &rsquo;11</em>: The Pepperdine junior was named second-team All-West Coast Conference on Tuesday. Holtz finished second on the Waves in both goals scored (six) and points (16) and had a team-best four assists.<br />
&gt;&gt;<strong> Arden Matro</strong>, <em>Kalani &rsquo;11</em>: The Seattle Pacific midfielder made the game-clinching goal in a shootout to beat Western Washington in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championship on Saturday. The sixth-seeded Falcons will play third-seeded Sonoma State in the first round of the NCAA Division II Women&rsquo;s Soccer Tournament on Thursday in Bellingham, Wash.<br />
<br />
<strong>MEN'S&nbsp;SWIMMING</strong><br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Sean Terada</strong>, <em>Kamehameha &rsquo;13</em>: In the first dual meet of his career, the Whitman (Wash.) freshman took first in the 1,000-yard freestyle (10 minutes, 37.04 seconds) and 200 butterfly (2:03.11) and swam a leg on the 400-yard freestyle relay team that placed first in a win over Linfield (Ore.).<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Dane Kawamoto</strong>, <em>Mililani &rsquo;11</em>: The Whitman junior swam a leg on the winning 400 medley relay team that placed first and came in second in the 200 freestyle (1:52.60) and 200 butterfly (2:03.30) against Linfield.<br />
&gt;&gt;<strong> Ian White</strong>, <em>Le Jardin &rsquo;12</em>: The Linfield sophomore finished second in the 100 freestyle (49.12) and placed third in the 200 individual medley (2:04.44) against Whitman.<br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Christopher Hu</strong>,<em> Waiakea &rsquo;13</em>: The Linfield freshman placed fourth in the 200 backstroke (2:20.24) against Whitman.<br />
&nbsp;<br />
<strong>MEN'S&nbsp;WRESTLING</strong><br />
&gt;&gt; <strong>Zack Hernandez</strong>, <em>Punahou &rsquo;12</em>: The Columbia (N.Y.) sophomore won all four matches to win the freshman/sophomore division title at 184 pounds at the Michigan State Open on Saturday. Hernandez won three matches by decision and one by pinfall.<br />
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<em>Compiled by the Star-Advertiser&rsquo;s Billy Hull. To submit a collegiate athlete for publication, email <a href="javascript:location.href='mailto:'+String.fromCharCode(98,104,117,108,108,64,115,116,97,114,97,100,118,101,114,116,105,115,101,114,46,99,111,109)+'?'">bhull@staradvertiser.com</a>.</em></p>~~

Football >> Wave Ryder, Kamehameha ’10: The Navy safety had 12 tackles in a 42-28 win over Hawaii on Saturday. >> Marcus Mariota, Saint Louis ’11: The Oregon quarterback was 20-for-34 for 250 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns in a 26-20 loss to Stanford last Thursday. Mariota dropped from first to third in this week’s ESPN.com Heisman Watch poll. >> Wade Keliikipi, Waianae ’09: The Oregon defensive tackle blocked a field goal that was returned 65 yards for a touchdown and assisted on four tackles against the Cardinal. >> DeForest Buckner, Punahou ’12: The Oregon sophomore made six tackles against Stanford. >> Maika Mataele, Kamehameha ’09: The UNLV receiver had five catches for 49 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown, in a 28-24 loss to Utah State on Saturday.   WOMEN'S SOCCER >> Alana Munger, Punahou ’09: The UCLA goalkeeper made two saves in her final home game and the Pac-12 champion Bruins ended the regular season with a 4-1 victory over USC on Thursday. UCLA is a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament and will host San Diego State in the opening round on Friday. >> Caprice Dydasco, Kamehameha ’11: The UCLA junior attempted two shots on goal against the Trojans. >> Tani Costa, Kalani ’09: The Penn State senior attempted four of the Nittany Lions’ eight shots on goal in a 1-0 loss to Iowa in the Big Ten semifinals on Friday. Penn State was awarded a No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament and will host Monmouth (N.J.) on Friday. >> Lahaina Zoller, Punahou ’11: The Northeastern junior scored the go-ahead goal in the 25th minute of a 3-1 victory over No. 1 seed James Madison to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship on Sunday. The Huskies will play in their second NCAA tournament all-time against host Boston College on Friday. >> Ally Holtz, Punahou ’11: The Pepperdine junior was named second-team All-West Coast Conference on Tuesday. Holtz finished second on the Waves in both goals scored (six) and points (16) and had a team-best four assists. >> Arden Matro, Kalani ’11: The Seattle Pacific midfielder made the game-clinching goal in a shootout to beat Western Washington in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championship on Saturday. The sixth-seeded Falcons will play third-seeded Sonoma State in the first round of the NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Tournament on Thursday in Bellingham, Wash. MEN'S SWIMMING >> Sean Terada, Kamehameha ’13: In the first dual meet of his career, the Whitman (Wash.) freshman took first in the 1,000-yard freestyle (10 minutes, 37.04 seconds) and 200 butterfly (2:03.11) and swam a leg on the 400-yard freestyle relay team that placed first in a win over Linfield (Ore.). >> Dane Kawamoto, Mililani ’11: The Whitman junior swam a leg on the winning 400 medley relay team that placed first and came in second in the 200 freestyle (1:52.60) and 200 butterfly (2:03.30) against Linfield. >> Ian White, Le Jardin ’12: The Linfield sophomore finished second in the 100 freestyle (49.12) and placed third in the 200 individual medley (2:04.44) against Whitman. >> Christopher Hu, Waiakea ’13: The Linfield freshman placed fourth in the 200 backstroke (2:20.24) against Whitman.   MEN'S WRESTLING >> Zack Hernandez, Punahou ’12: The Columbia (N.Y.) sophomore won all four matches to win the freshman/sophomore division title at 184 pounds at the Michigan State Open on Saturday. Hernandez won three matches by decision and one by pinfall. ——— Compiled by the Star-Advertiser’s Billy Hull. To submit a collegiate athlete for publication, email bhull@staradvertiser.com.

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