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Scoreboard

For Tuesday, October 12, 2010

By Star-Advertiser staff

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TODAY

Volleyball

ILH Division II playoffs: La Pietra vs. University at Klum gym, 4:40 p.m.; St. Francis at Hawaii Baptist, 5 p.m.

OIA Red playoffs: Kaiser vs. Mililani, at Moanalua, 5 p.m.; McKinley at Moanalua to follow. Kailua vs. Kahuku, 5 p.m.; Castle vs. Pearl City to follow.

OIA White playoffs: Radford vs. Kalani, 5 p.m., at Kalaheo; Nanakuli at Kalaheo to follow.

TOMORROW

Volleyball

OIA Red playoffs: Moanalua/McKinley winner vs. Kaiser/Mililani winner at McKinley, 5 p.m.; Castle/Pearl City winner vs. Kailua/Kahuku winner to follow. Moanalua/McKinley loser vs. Kaiser/Mililani winner at Radford, 5 p.m.; Castle/Pearl City loser vs. Kailua/Kahuku loser to follow.

OIA White playoffs: Roosevelt vs. Radford/Kalani winner at Leilehua, 5 p.m.; Kalaheo/Nanakuli winner at Leilehua to follow.

SOCCER

College men: Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo, 12:30 p.m.

College women: Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo, 3 p.m.

WATER POLO

ILH Boys Division II: Le Jardin at 'Iolani, 6 p.m.

AIR RIFLERY

Oia

Late Friday

Varsity boys

Kahuku def. Castle 1,213 to 724

Kaimuki def. Kalaheo 1,579 to 487

Kalani def. McKinley 1,951 to 1,462

Moanalua def. Kailua 2,013 to 1,737

Waipahu def, Radford 1,584 to 1,494

Pearl City def. Waianae 2,019 to 1,621

High shooters--Kah: Alecson Agustin, 431; Cast: Brandon Smith, 365; Kaim: Tri Cao Pham, 414; Kalh: Brandon Shea, 320; Kaln: Brandon Arakaki, 517; McK: Eddie Lu, 434; Moan: Matthew Inn, 514; Kail: Tyler Braekevelt, 460; Waip: Noah Shiroma, 413; Rad: Leylyn McArthur, 424; PC: Milton Ibera, 523; Wain: Josiah Endo, 461.

Varsity girls

Kahuku def. Castle 1,318 to 471

Kalaheo def. Kaimuki 1,599 to 1,253

Kalani def. McKinley 2,025 ro 1,887

Moanalua def. Kailua 1,837 to 1,777

Radford def. Waipahu 1,697 to 1,153

Pearl City def. Waianae 1,891.21 to 1,891.19

High shooters--Kah: Kylee Dicion, 387; Cast: Jodie Kaupiko, 471; Kalh: Samantha Kaiahua, 450; Kaim: Tani Nakashima, 402; Kaln: Uy-Di Nancy Le, 521; McK: Kate Navarro, 496; Moan: Ashley Fukuchi, 483; Kail: Cheyenne Kadooka, 481; Rad: Jewel Montgomery, 473; Waip: Ramilyn Gonzales, 401; PC: Angela Anzai, 517; Wain: Joanna Endo, 496.

Late Wednesday

Varsity boys

Roosevelt def. Kailua 1,885 to 1,722

Moanalua def. Kalani 1,990 to 1,918

McKinley def. Kalaheo 1,571 to 322

Castle def. Kaimuki 1,564 to 1,500

Radford def. Waialua 1,542 to 1,227

Waianae def. Waipahu 1,590 to 1,549

Pearl City def. Leilehua 1,967 to 1,917

High shooters--Roos: Jacob Garcia, 484; Kail: Jeff Marzo, 450; Moan: Matthew Inn, 519; Kaln: Grant Takara, 511; McK: Eddie Lu, 442; Kalh: Alex Richardson, 238; Cast: Jathan Talon, 450; Kaim: Tri Cao Pham, 400; Rad: Leylyn McArthur, 427; Wail: Chad Ulep, 382; Wain: Josiah Endo, 405; Waip: Noah Shiroma, 412; PC: Sean Lamorena, 526; Lei: Jeremy Maximo, 501.

Varsity girls

Kailua def. Roosevelt 1,847 to 1,777

Kalani def. Moanalua 1,986 to 1,810

McKinley def. Kalaheo 1,763 to 1,485

Kaimuki def. Castle 1,045 to 944

Radford def. Waialua 1,652 to 769

Waianae def. Waipahu 1,848 to 1,126

Leilehua def. Pearl City 1,922 to 1,841

High shooters--Kail: Caitlin Hooker, 481; Roos: Jolie Kawasaki, 478; Kaln: Uy-Di Nancy Le, 523; Moan: Samantha Uchida, 483; McK: Darleen Cardenas-Tseu, no score reported; Kalh: Samantha Kaiahua, 477; Kaim: Mina Zheng, 395; Cast: Jodie Kaupiko, 492; Rad: Jewel Montgomery, 455; Wail: Myra Agcaoili, 446; Wain: Joanna Endo, 484; Waip: Ramilyn Gonzales, 410; Lei: Deidre Monroy, 502; PC: Angela Anzai, 477.

ILH

Shoulder to Shoulder Match

Saturday

At Saint Louis Rifle Range

Varsity boys

Final team standings: 1. Punahou (ILH champion); 2. Kamehameha; 3. Saint Louis; 4. Academy of the Pacific; 5. Mid-Pacific Institute; 6. Island Pacific Academy.

Match results: 1. Punahou, 987; Saint Louis, 987 (Punahou won on tie-breaker); 3. Kamehameha, 967; 4. Academy of the Pacific, 954; 5. Mid-Pacific Institute, 875.

High scorers--Pun: Alexander Kimura, 260; StL: Noah Staggs, 263; KSK: Keanu Paikai, 267; AOP: Ian Hew, 257; MPI: JB-Clarke Velasco, 237.

Varsity girls

Match results: 1. Sacred Hearts Academy, 1,036; 2. Punahou, 1,027; 3. Academy of the Pacific, 997; 4. Mid-Pacific Institute, 979.

High scorers--SHA: Cecilia Wong, 264; Pun: Linda Char, 268; AOP: Nadia Hata, 258; MPI: Shelby Fujitani, 255.

Final team standings: 1. Sacred Hearts Academy (ILH champion); 2. Punahou; 3. Academy of the Pacific; 4. Mid-Pacific Institute; 5. Kamehameha; 6. Island Pacific Academy.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

ILH Division I

League Overall

  W L PF PA W L PF PA
Saint Louis 5 0 218 54 7 1 335 108
Punahou 3 2 88 71 5 2 133 77
Kamehameha 3 2 81 80 5 3 149 116  
ILH Division II

League Overall

  W L PF PA W L PF PA
'Iolani 3 2 95 78 5 3 190 108
Pac-Five 1 4 72 99 2 6 112 154
Damien 0 5 16 186 0 8 21 295
OIA Red East

Conference Overall

  W L PF PA W L PF PA
Kahuku 6 0 226 54 8 0 302 88
Kailua 4 2 172 159 5 3 220 199
Castle 3 3 141 166 5 3 197 169
Roosevelt 3 3 97 143 3 5 111 216  
Farrington 3 3 132 102 5 3 186 121
Moanalua 3 3 69 98 4 4 97 128
Kaiser 0 5 67 140 0 7 70 182
OIA Red West

Conference Overall

  W L PF PA W L PF PA
Mililani 5 1 227 137 7 1 304 166
Leilehua 4 2 155 126 4 3 162 147
Radford 3 3 90 125 4 4 145 146
Waianae 3 3 150 50 3 5 160 179
Aiea 2 4 58 74 4 4 108 87
Campbell 2 4 84 143 3 5 105 181
Kapolei 1 5 66 141 1 7 72 176
White

Conference Overall

  W L PF PA W L PF PA
Kaimuki 6 0 186 59 7 1 192 93
Pearl City 5 2 212 96 6 2 216 103
Kalaheo 5 2 222 116 5 2 222 116
Waipahu 4 2 212 134 5 2 212 134
Waialua 4 4 157 184 4 5 164 221
McKinley 3 4 169 142 3 5 189 180
Anuenue 3 4 144 175 3 5 152 200
Kalani 0 6 102 293 0 8 102 347
Nanakuli 0 7 28 212 0 7 28 212

GOLF

Price's Give 'Em Five

Intercollegiate

Yesterday

First round, par 72

At Las Cruces, N.M.

Jaclyn Jansen, Baylor 32-33--65
Suterra Chanachai, NMSU 35-34--69
Michelle Park, UC-Irvine 35-34--69
Patty Chawalitmetha, UC-Irvine 35-34--69
Shang Huang, UTEP 37-34--71
Lene Hafsten-Morch, Baylor 35-36--71
Julia Roth, Cent. Ark. 34-37--71
Demi Mak, NMSU 36-35--71
Ana Pastor, UTEP 35-36--71
Carly Dear, Cent. Ark. 36-35--71
Also

Madeleine Ystrom, Hawaii 39-38--77
Kaili Britos, Hawaii 40-38--78
Brittany Bomar, Hawaii 40-38--78
Erika Lundberg, Hawaii 39-39--78
Brigitte Baker, Hawaii WD
Team results: 1. Baylor; 2. UC-Irvine; 3. New Mexico State; 4. Texas-El Paso; 5. North Texas. Also: 12. Hawaii

VOLLEYBALL

AVCA Division I

Coaches Top 25

First-place votes in parentheses

School Total pts Rec. LW
1. Florida (25) 1,454 14-1 2
2. Stanford (22) 1,441 14-1 1
3. Nebraska (10) 1,400 16-1 3
4. Hawai'i (2) 1,297 14-1 4
5. Southern California 1,200 14-2 8
6. California 1,175 15-1 7
7. Washington (1) 1,157 15-1 9
8. Illinois 1,092 13-3 6
9. Penn State 1,017 13-4 4
10. UCLA 963 12-4 12
11. Texas 888 10-5 11
12. LSU 721 16-1 15
13. Iowa State 709 11-4 10
14. Northern Iowa 691 16-2 14
15. Michigan 671 16-2 18
16. Colorado State 592 15-2 17
17. Oregon 547 15-3 13
18. Dayton 474 15-3 13
19. Minnesota 420 14-4 16
20. Northwestern 360 15-2 24
21. Cincinnati 317 17-3 21
22. Florida State 264 13-3 20
23. San Diego 207 13-4 23
24. Tennessee 166 13-4 22
25. Arizona 98 14-4 NR
Others receiving votes and appearing on two or more ballots: Duke 48; Purdue 43; Long Beach State 21; Oklahoma 14; St. Mary's (Calif.) 13; Middle Tennessee 9; Tulsa 6; North Carolina 4; Indiana 3; Pacific 3.

ILH

Saturday

Varsity girls

Kamehameha def. Sacred Hearts 25-8, 25-13, 25-22

BIIF

Hawaii Prep def. Parker 25-19, 25-11, 25-16

VOLLEYBALL

Vulcans finish off Argos in 3 sets

Hawaii-Hilo got 16 kills from Hillary Hurley and 18 digs from Patty Vine to sweep Notre Dame de Namur 25-23, 25-18, 26-24 in a PacWest women's volleyball match last night in Belmont, Calif.

Hurley had three aces for the Vulcans (10-3, 5-1), who remained tied for first with Brigham Young-Hawaii. The Argos fell to 3-9 and 1-4.

» At San Rafael, Calif., Losaline Faka'osi had 12 kills and 13 digs, and Lauren Hagemeyer added 10 kills and four blocks to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 25-23, 25-22, 25-19 sweep of Dominican.

The Seasiders (8-5, 5-1 PacWest) needed 85 minutes to keep pace with Hawaii-Hilo for first place in the conference. The Penguins dropped to 2-16 and 0-7.

» At Phoenix, Hawaii Pacific dominated in the first two sets but couldn't hold on, falling to Grand Canyon 22-25, 15-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-12.

Kelly Balanay had 22 kills and Natasha Bell added 12 kills, 12 digs and five aces for the Sea Warriors (10-4, 4-3) The Antelopes improved to 9-11 and 5-4.

» At St. George, Utah, Allie Board put down 15 kills and Poerava Gantt added 14 kills and 26 digs, but it wasn't enough as Chaminade fell to Dixie State, 22-25, 25-27, 25-23, 25-12, 15-12.

Kylee Pedro added 12 digs for the Silverswords (4-9, 1-5). The Red Storm improved to 9-6 and 4-3.

UH-Hilo's Hurley earns honor

Hawaii-Hilo junior hitter Hillary Hurley was named the player of the week after helping the Vulcans go 2-0 on the road. She led the PacWest in kills per set (6.33) and hitting percentage (.413), with 38 kills and four block assists in two matches at Dominican.

Honor roll

» Natasha Bell, HPU: The junior hitter topped the conference in points (48) as the Sea Warriors went 2-1. She had 45 kills and six block assists.

» Losaline Faka'osi, BYUH: The junior hitter had 27 kills and six block assists as the Seasiders went 2-0.

» Lauren Hagemeyer, BYUH: The sophomore hitter had 26 kills and nine block assists in two wins for the Seasiders.

» Leilani Ramsey, UHH: The hitter had 22 kills and hit .333 in two wins for the Vulcans.

» Katie Swenson, UHH: The senior setter had 61 assists in two sweeps of Dominican.

MEN'S SOCCER

UHH's Geis cited

Hawaii-Hilo senior midfielder Drew Geis scored a hat trick in the Vulcans' 6-0 win over Chaminade. 

Honor roll

» Chance Bukoski, HPU: The junior forward had two goals and an assist in four matches for the Sea Warriors.

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Seasiders stay unbeaten

Kim Micheletti scored a goal in the ninth minute and assisted on another to lead Brigham Young-Hawaii to a 3-1 win over Hawaii-Hilo in a PacWest women's soccer game yesterday at the BYUH field.

The unbeaten Seasiders (8-0-2, 7-0-1) did all their scoring in the first half, with Natasha Aiono scoring on a header in the third minute, and Britt Edman adding a breakaway goal in the 25th minute. Lindsey Poulsen scored on a corner kick in the 47th minute as the Vulcans (4-6-1, 3-5-0) avoided the shutout. 

BYUH's goalie McCain honored

BYU-Hawaii freshman goalkeeper Megan McCain earned weekly honors with 15 saves in back-to-back 1-0 wins for the Seasiders at Dixie State.

HONOR ROLL

» Alysia Ann Barone, UHH: The junior goalie had five saves in a 3-0 win over Chaminade.

» Britt Edman, BYUH: The senior forward scored the only goal of last Tuesday's 1-0 victory in the 77th minute at Dixie State.

» Kim Micheletti, BYUH: The freshman defender scored the game-winning goal in the 17th minute in Thursday's shutout at Dixie State.

» Meghan Fuller, HPU: The sophomore forward scored the winning goal in overtime in a 2-1 victory at Grand Canyon.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY

Another honor for Aspnaes

Hawaii Pacific sophomore Frida Aspnaes was honored for the fifth time in six weeks after winning last Saturday's Hawaii-Hilo Vulcans Invitational. She finished the 6K course in 22 minutes and 14 seconds, winning by 7 seconds, and helping the Sea Warriors to a second-place team finish.

Honor roll

» Kirsten Andrew, UHH: The junior was the first Vulcan to cross the line and seventh overall (24:16) at their invitational.

» Lacey Johnson Krout, BYUH: The junior was the top Seasiders finisher, and second overall (21:21), to help capture the team title.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY

Honor roll

» Thomas Rivers Puzey, BYUH: The senior won the title at the Vulcans Invitational, finishing the 4-mile course in 20:49, and helping the Seasiders to the title.

» Justin Royer, BYUH: The junior was second in Hilo, 10 seconds behind his Seasiders teammate.

» Dany Malley, HPU: The junior was the first Sea Warrior to cross the finish line (21:16), fourth overall, as HPU took second.

» Keoni Ucker, UHH: The junior helped the host Vulcans to a third-place finish by finishing third overall (21:02).

WOMEN'S GOLF

Vulcans in eighth

Hawaii-Hilo is in eighth place heading into today's final round of the Viking Women's Golf Invitational at Bellingham, Wash.

The Vulcans are at 41-over 333, 35 shots behind tournament host and leader Western Washington (298).

Dayna Bersamin of UHH is tied for 12th at 5-over 78. She's six shots behind leader Sophie Elstrott (72) of WWU.

MEN'S GOLF

Cabico in third

Hawaii-Hilo's Neil Cabico shot 71 and 74 and is in third place at 1-over 145 after two rounds of the InterWest Wildcat Classic men's golf tournament at Butte Creek Country Club in Chico, Calif..

Cabico trails co-leaders Patrick Bauer of Sonoma State and Kenny Pigman of Cal State San Bernardino heading into today's final round.

The Vulcans are tied for 12th in the 16-team tournament at 633. Western Washington leads the team standings at 597.

VOLLEYBALL

Women's standings

  W L Pct. GB All
Hawaii-Hilo 5 1 833 -- 10-3
BYU-Hawaii 5 1 .833 -- 8-5
Acad. of Art 5 2 .714 1/2 9-7
Hawaii Pacific 4 3 .571 1 1/2 10-4
Dixie State 4 3 .571 1 1/2 9-6
Grand Canyon 5 4 .555 1 1/2 9-11
NDNU 1 4 .200 3 1/2 3-9
Chaminade 1 5 .167 4 4-9
Dominican 0 7 .000 5 1/2 2-16
Yesterday

BYU-Hawaii def. Dominican, 25-23, 25-22, 25-19

Hawaii-Hilo def. NDNU, 25-23, 25-18, 26-24

Dixe State def. Chaminade, 22-25, 25-27, 25-23, 25-12, 15-12

Grand Canyon def. Hawaii Pacific, 22-25, 15-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-12

Today

Chaminade at Dixe State

Hawaii Pacific at Grand Canyon

Hawaii-Hilo at NDNU

BYU-Hawaii at Dominican

Thursday

BYU-Hawaii at Dominican

Chaminade at Academy of Art

Hawaii-Hilo at NDNU

Last week

Hawaii Pacific 3, Academy of Art 1

Hawaii Pacific 3, Dixie State 2

Grand Canyon 3, Chaminade 0

BYU-Hawaii 3, Academy of Art 1

Hawaii-Hilo 3, Dominican 0

Dixie State 3, Hawaii Pacific 0

Chaminade 3, Grand Canyon 2

Hawaii-Hilo 3, Dominican 0

BYU-Hawaii 3, NDNU 1

STATISTICS

Through Oct. 10

HITTING % S K E TA Pct.
Tupola, BYUH 33 57 8 138 .355
Bush, AA 54 82 25 198 .338
Thornquist, UHH 37 82 19 200 .313
McBride, GC 47 82 29 191 .293
Balanay 45 123 36 298 .285
Fitzgerald, DS 55 117 39 295 .264
Yang, AA 62 268 108 648 .247
Board, AA 52 78 30 195 .246
Curran, HPU 45 90 34 234 .235
Ramsey, UHH 31 56 20 167 .228

 

KILLS S K Avg/s
Villamayor, NDNU 36 167 4.64
Hurley, UHH 38 173 4.55
Yang, AA 62 268 4.32
Cubi-Otineru, UHH 35 115 3.00
Falealili, Dom 52 153 2.94
Hagemeyer, BYUH 40 114 2.85
Bell, HPU 43 128 2.84
Faka'osi, BYUH 40 113 2.83
Becker, BYUH 37 103 .278
Balanay, HPU 45 123 .273

ASSISTS S Total Avg/s
Swenson, UHH 38 387 10.18
Kea, HPU 44 435 9.89
Cheng, AA 62 580 9.35
Preach, GCU 68 575 8.46
Chase, BYUH 34 283 8.32
Clark, DSC 50 413 8.06
Alvino, CU 35 276 7.89
Swingle, Dom 45 347 7.71
Jayo, NDNU 36 228 6.36

BLOCKS S BS BA Total Avg/S
Tupola, BYUH 33 4 31 35.0 1.06
Balanay, HPU 45 10 36 46.0 1.02
Taylor, GCU 51 11 41 52.0 1.02
Hill, DS 55 7 48 55.0 1.00

 

DIGS S No. Avg/S
Pelayo, HPU 45 287 6.38
Durbin, GCU 69 363 5.26
Kotoyori, BYUH 40 196 4.90
Jeffress, DSC 56 267 4.77
Inamasu, CU 35 155 4.43
Keanini, AA 62 259 4.18
ACES

21: Chase, BYUH. 18: Kotoyori, BYUH. 17: Noble, DSC. 15: Becker, BYUH; Kea, HPU; Yoshimura, HPU. 14: Vine, UHH. 13: Akiona, NDNU; Becker, BYUH. 12: Villamayor, NDNU. 11:Tupuola, BYUH.

SOCCER

Men's standings

  W L T Pts GF GA All
Grand Canyon 7 1 0 21 25 6 8-1-1
Hawaii Pacific 6 1 0 18 18 5 7-4
NDNU 5 1 0 15 15 5 8-2
Dixie State 4 3 1 12 14 12 4-6-1
Hawaii-Hilo 3 3 1 10 16 14 4-4-1
Acad. of Art 4 6 0 12 13 22 5-8
Dominican 1 5 0 3 4 12 1-8-1
BYU-Hawaii 1 6 0 3 6 20 2-7
Chaminade 0 5 0 0 4 19 1-6
Today

Grand Canyon at Western Washington

Wednesday

Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo, 12:30 p.m.

Thursday

Dominican at Hawaii Pacific, 12:30 p.m.

NDNU at BYU-Hawaii, 3 p.m.

Grand Canyon at Seattle Pacific

Saturday

NDNU at Chaminade, 1 p.m.

Dominican at BYU-Hawaii, 3 p.m.

Last week

Grand Canyon 2, Hawaii Pacific 1

Dixie State 2, BYU-Hawaii 0

HPU 2, Grand Canyon 0

Hawaii-Hilo 6, Chaminade 0

Dixie State 5, BYU-Hawaii 1

Seattle Pacific 1, Hawaii Pacific 0 (2OT)

NDNU 2, Academy of Art 1

Sunday

Western Washington 5, Hawaii Pacific 2

MEN'S STATISTICS

Through Oct. 10

POINTS GP G Ast Pts
Ciliento, GCU 10 12 3 27
Bukoski, HPU 11 10 5 25
Young, GCU 10 7 3 17
Cruz, AA 13 8 1 17
Montes, NDNU 10 6 3 15
Guffens, HPU 9 4 6 14
Guevara, Dom 10 6 1 13
Perkins, GCU 10 5 2 12
Garcia, NDNU 8 4 2 10
Geis, UHH 9 5 0 1

 

Goals

12: Ciliento, GCU. 10: Bukoski, HPU. 8: Cruz, AA. 7: Young, GCU. 6: Cristobal, NDNU, Guevara. 5: Geis, UHH; Perkins, GCU.

Assists

6: Guffens, HPU. 5: Martinez, GCU; Bukoski, HPU; Durano, AA. 4: Garcia, GCU; Carlson, NDNU

Saves

51: Carlson, Dom. 43: Sperry, CU. 38: Walters, DSC. 35: Flache, HPU. 25: Parra, UHH. 23: Castro, NDNU. 22: Sutherland, AA. 20: Rasmussen, BYUH.

Shutouts

5: Panneccasio. 4: Flache, HPU.

Women's standings

  W L T Pts GF GA All
BYU-Hawaii 7 0 1 22 22 4 8-0-2
Grand Canyon 5 2 1 16 20 9 7-3-1
Dominican 3 2 1 10 8 7 3-5-1
Dixie State 4 4 0 12 12 8 7-5
NDNU 2 2 2 8 6 5 4-4-2
Hawaii-Hilo 3 5 0 9 11 12 4-6-1
Hawaii Pacific 3 4 0 9 10 10 3-7
Chaminade 2 3 0 6 2 13 2-5
Acad. of Art 1 8 1 4 3 26 2-8-2
Yesterday

BYU-Hawaii 3, Hawaii-Hilo 1

Tomorrow

Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo, 3 p.m.

Thursday

NDNU at BYU-Hawaii, 12:30 p.m.

Dominican at Hawaii Pacific, 3 p.m.

Saturday

Dominican at BYU-Hawaii, 12:30 p.m.

NDNU at Chaminade, 3:30 p.m.

Last week

Grand Canyon 3, Hawaii Pacific 0

BYU-Hawaii 1, Dixie State 0

Hawaii Pacific 2, Grand Canyon 1

Hawaii-Hilo 3, Chaminade, 0

BYU-Hawaii 1, Dixie State 0

WOMEN'S STATISTICS

Through Oct. 10

POINTS GP G Ast Pts

 

Nesic, GCU 8 10 3 23
Aiono, BYUH 9 5 2 12
Mearns, BYUH 9 5 1 11
Davis, DSC 12 4 3 11
Fuller, HPU 10 5 0 10
Emmett, AA 11 4 2 10
Bratsberg, Dom 10 4 2 10
Goals

10: Nesic, GCU; 5: Aiono, BYUH; Mearns, BYUH; Fuller, HPU. 4: MIcheletti, BYUH; Emmett, AA; Anglin, GCU; Davis, DSC; Bratsberg, Dom.

Assists

6: Brown, Dom. 3: Slater, BYUH; Edman, BYUH; Nesic, GCU; Mason, Dom; Maeshiro, HPU; Tershay, NDNU; Davis, DSC; Peterson, DSC; Davis, DSC; Sharpe, AA.

Saves

65: Minor, CU. 59: Herring, Dom. 50: Co, AA. 45: Baxter, NDNU. 44: Makino, HPU. 43: McCain, BYU. 42: Barone, 41: Phillips, GCU.

Shutouts

6: McCain, BYUH. 3: Baxter, NDNU.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TOP 10

The Top 10 high school girls volleyball teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.

Team, Record Last Game next Game PTS. PVS.
1. Kamehameha (12), 16-0 beat Maryknoll vs. MPI, Thursday 120 1
2. Punahou, 14-2 beat SHA at 'Iolani, Thursday 108 2
3. Molokai, 7-0 beat Seabury Hall vs. Lanai, Friday 86 3
4. Mid-Pacific, 12-4 beat 'Iolani at KS, Thursday 75 4
5. University, 12-3 beat HMA vs. La Pietra, today 60 5
6. Kahuku, 10-2 none last week vs. Kailua, today 56 6
7. Moanalua, 11-1 none last week vs. McKinley, today 55 7
8. KS-Maui, 12-0 none last week MIL playoffs, Thursday 43 8
9. Waiakea, 12-0 beat KS-Hawaii at St. Joseph, today 29 9
10. Pearl City, 9-1 beat Mililani vs. Castle, today 14 -
» Also receiving votes: Maryknoll 7, Kamehameha-Hawaii 4, 'Iolani 2, Kaiser 1.

» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Maryknoll (No. 10).

FOOTBALL TOP 10

The Top 10 high school football teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.

Team, Record Last Game next Game PTS. PVS.
1. Kahuku (26), 8-0 beat Castle none this week 269 1
2. Saint Louis (1), 7-1 beat 'Iolani vs. Punahou, Friday 244 2
3. Mililani, 7-1 beat Leilehua none this week 215 3
4. Leilehua, 5-2 lost to Mililani none this week 171 4
5. Punahou, 5-2 beat Damien vs. Saint Louis, Friday 162 5
6. 'Iolani, 5-3 lost to Saint Louis vs. Pac-Five, Friday 99 6
7. Baldwin, 6-1 beat King Kekaulike none this week 96 8
8. Kamehameha, 5-3 beat Pac-Five none this week 84 7
9. Farrington, 5-3 beat Moanalua none this week 68 9
10. Kailua, 5-3 none last week none this week 26 -
» Also receiving votes: Castle 23, Kaimuki 16, Kealakehe 6, Waianae 5, Kamehameha-Hawaii 1.

» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Castle (No. 10).

 






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