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Scoreboard

For Wednesday, April 6, 2011


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LAST UPDATED: 02:13 a.m. HST, Apr 06, 2011

CALENDAR

TODAY

BASEBALL
OIA Red East: Castle at Kaiser, Kalani at Kahuku, Kailua at Moanalua, 3:30 p.m.
OIA Red West: Aiea at Kapolei, Mililani at Waianae, Campbell at Pearl City, 3:30 p.m.
OIA White: Radford at Nanakuli, Kalaheo at Kaimuki, 3:30 p.m.

SOFTBALL
ILH: Sacred Hearts at Mid-Pacific, Maryknoll at Kamehameha, St. Francis at Punahou, 4 p.m.

TENNIS
ILH girls: Hawaii Baptist vs. Maryknoll at Keehi Lagoon Tennis Courts, 4 p.m.; Le Jardin at Punahou, 4:30 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL
ILH: Academy of the Pacific at Hawaii Baptist, 6:30 p.m.
OIA White: Kailua vs. Radford, Kailua vs. McKinley, Radford vs. McKinley; matches start at 5 p.m. at Kailua High gym.
Also: Anuenue vs. Kahuku, Kahuku vs. Waialua, Anuenue vs. Waialua; matches start at 5 p.m. at Kahuku High gym.

TOMORROW

BASEBALL
PacWest: Hawaii Pacific vs. Dixie State (2), 4 p.m., Hans L'Orange Park.

SOFTBALL
OIA Red East: Kaimuki vs. Kalani at Aina Haina Playground, 3:30 p.m.
OIA Red West: Kapolei at Campbell, Waianae at Pearl City, Aiea vs. Leilehua at Kaala Elementary School field, 3:30 p.m.

TENNIS
ILH girls: Pac-Five at 'Iolani, 4 p.m.; St. Andrew's Priory at Kamehameha, 4 p.m.; Maryknoll vs. Le Jardin at Punahou courts, 4:30 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL
ILH: Hawaiian Mission at Mid-Pacific, Island Pacific at Maryknoll, 6:30 p.m.
OIA Red: Kaimuki vs. Kalani, Kalani vs. Roosevelt, Kaimuki vs. Roosevelt; matches start at 5 p.m. at Kaimuki High gym.
Also: Kalaheo vs. Farrington, Farrington vs. Moanalua, Kalaheo vs. Moanalua; matches start at 5 p.m. at Kalaheo High gym.

 

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

'Iolani 7, Damien 6

Tanner Nishioka singled to left field in the sixth inning to drive in a run to lift the Raiders.

Nishioka finished 3-for-4 with two RBIs.

At 'Iolani

Damien 011 040 0 -- 6 10 1
'Iolani 004 201 x -- 7 12 3

Riley Perry and Alan Mohika. Eland Tsubata, Chase Wayton (5) and John Ryan Matsuura. W--Wayton. L--Perry.
Leading hitters--Dam: Kamana Kealoha 3-4, 2 2bs, 2 runs, RBI; DJ Dudoit 2-2, RBI, Perry 2b. Iol: Dylan Goto 2-2, run; Christian Donahue 2-3; Tanner Nishioka 3-4, run, 2 RBIs; Corey Gokan 2-3, RBI.

Monday

'Iolani 10, Damien 2

Christian Donahue had two hits, including a triple, and drove in three runs for the Raiders.

At Mid-Pacific

'Iolani 200 003 5 -- 10 10 1
Damien 100 010 0 -- 2 5 3

Carlos Rodriguez, Dane Arakawa (7) and Tiras Koon. Jeremy Dela Cruz, Ryan Ozaki (7), Dean Okamura (7), Lyle Aloy-Glover (7) and Alan Mohika.
W--Rodriguez. L--Dela Cruz.
Leading hitters--Iol: Christian Donahue 2-5, 3b, run, 2 RBIs; Jensen Park 2b; Tanner Nishioka 2-3, 2b, 2 runs, RBI; Tiras Koon 2-4, 3b, RBI. Dam: Skyler Tomisato 2b.

 

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

OIA RED EAST

Kaimuki 3, Kalani 1

Chevis Hoopii-Vias drove in two runs during a three-run sixth to lead the Bulldogs past the Falcons.

At Kaimuki

Kalani 100 000 0 -- 1 4 0
Kaimuki 000 003 x -- 3 5 2

J. Teruya and J. Yang. Ellen Awaya and Chanel Kamanao. W--Awaya. L--Teruya.
Leading hitters--Kaln: Leisha Yamauchi 2b. Kaim: Dejah Faasoa 2-3, Chevis Hoopii-Vias 2 RBIs.

 

Moanalua 9, Kaiser 7

After going up five runs in the first two innings, Na Menehune held off a late rally to defeat the Cougars. Ciana Russ had two hits, including a double for Moanalua.

At Moanalua

Kaiser 002 121 1 -- 7 7 6
Moanalua 230 400 0 -- 9 9 6

Shauna Kuroiwa and Kimberly Dilda. Mercedes Fowler, Ariel Ajimura (4) and Kylee Oshiro, Dori Ann Sugai (5). W--Fowler. L--Kuroiwa.
Leading hitters--Kais: Sadie Karrath-Abordo 2-3; Bailey Gongob 2-4, 3 runs. Moan: Sugai 2-3, 2 runs; Ciana Russ 2-4, 2b, RBI.

 

OIA Red West

Leilehua 15, Aiea 5, 5 inn.

The Mules got hot in the top of the second inning, scoring four runs en route to their win over Na Alii.

At Aiea Annex

Leilehua 048 30 -- 15 8 2
Aiea 110 12 -- 5 8 3

Maegan Tupinio, Malia Nakai (4) and Kelina Nakai. Lauren Tauanuu and Kendra Chong. W--Tupinio. L--Tauanuu.
Leading hitters--Lei: Jasmine Villegas 2-4, 2b; Krystin Kubo 2-4, 2b. Aiea: Mapuana Tauala 2-3.

 

Kapolei 2, Campbell 1

Briana Tovio-Asato went 2-for-2 with a home run for the Hurricanes.

At Kapolei

Campbell 000 000 1 -- 1 4 0
Kapolei 100 100 x -- 2 8 2

Summer Palipti and Kawehi Kahana. Winona Pauline and Aimee Aipa. W--Pauline. L--Palipti.
Leading hitters--Camp: Sharae Esprecion 2-4, 2b, run. Kapo: Mikela Manewa 2-3; Briana Tovio-Asato 2-2, HR; Ashalyn Umiamaka 2-3.

 

Waianae 7, Pearl City 6

Jazmyn Savini doubled in the bottom of the seventh inning, driving in a run to spark a rally as the Seariders defeated the Chargers.

At Waianae

Pearl City 110 040 00 -- 6 10 6
Waianae 120 001 21 -- 7 12 5

Sella Rodrigues and Maya Nagata. Piilani Keopuhiwa and Kristi Keomalu. W--Keopuhiwa. L--Rodrigues.
Leading hitters--PC: Keani Passi 2b; Tiara Walker 3-4; Rodrigues 2-4, RBI; Nagata 3b, RBI. Wain: Hope Tootoo 2-5, RBI; Keopuhiwa 2-4; Jazmyn Savini 2b, RBI; Dessirrei Sivia 2-4, 3b; Keomalu 2b, RBI.

 

OIA White

Kahuku 10, Radford 0

Pitisi Tualau struck out seven batters, allowing only one hit as the Red Raiders shut out the Rams.

At Radford

Kahuku 330 120 1 -- 10 8
Radford 000 000 0 -- 0 1

Pitisi Tualau and Kasey Capilla; Amanda Nicholas and Elizabeth Tuason. W--Tualau. L--Nicholas.
Leading hitters--Kah: Aiyana Apia 2-3. Rad: Napua Yamamoto 2-3, 2 doubles. Kasey Capilla 2-4, 2 RBIs. Henano Uli 2-4, homer.

 

Waialua 9, Kalaheo 6

Kaili Agabin drilled a double and a triple for the Bulldogs, who rallied back with an eight-run sixth inning to defeat the Mustangs.

At Aikahi Park

Waialua 100 008 0 -- 9 6 1
Kalaheo 111 030 0 -- 6 12 5

Sarah Fitzherbert and Janica Dement. Karina Byunden and Alyssa Hernandez. W--Byunden. L--Fitzherbert.
Leading hitters--Kalh: Dement 3-4, 3 runs; Shanez Barbierto 2-3, 2b; T. Elisara 2-4, 3b, RBI. Wail: Kaili Agabin 2-4, 2b, 3b, 3 RBIs; Alicia Dicion 2-3, 2b 2 runs.

 

Waipahu 12, McKinley 1, 5 innings

Angie Sakamoto went 3-for-3 as the Marauders defeated the Tigers in five innings.

At McKinley

Waipahu 705 00 -- 12 6 3
McKinley 000 01 -- 1 0 4

AJ Miranda and Angie Sakamoto. Amanda Sakagawa and Yoon Ju Ryu. W--Miranda. L--Sakgawa.
Leading hitters--Waip: Sakamoto 3-3.

 

TENNIS

ILH
Yesterday
Girls

Kamehameha 3, Maryknoll 2
Punahou 3, 'Iolani 1
Hawaii Baptist 5, Mid-Pacific 0

Monday
Boys

'Iolani 4, Mid-Pacific 1

 

HAWAII-PACIFIC FOUNDATION GRAND PRIX

Men's standings

1. Larry Jodoin 2,560
2. Mark Gelsinger 2,499
3. Terry Juchartz 2,350
4. Karl Sloss 1,000
5. Bobby Bautista 1,000
6. George Nations 890
7. Ryan Chang 860
8. Mitchell Pleus 775
9. Ismael Betancourt 750
10. Zachary Baysa 685

 

VOLLEYBALL

ILH
Varsity

Kamehameha def. Lanakila Baptist 25-10, 25-21
Academy of the Pacific def. Island Pacific 28-26, 25-14
Hawaii Baptist def. Damien 25-9, 25-6
'Iolani def. Hanalani 25-11, 25-7
Punahou def. Hawaiian Mission Academy 25-6, 25-5
Maryknoll def. University 25-17, 25-21

Junior varsity
Kamehameha-White def. Maryknoll 19-25, 25-16, 25-16

 

WATER POLO

ILH
Divison I

Kamehameha 13, Pac-Five 1
Leading goal scorers--KS: Kehau Ai 5, Brittney Garrigan 3, Kiana Yamashiro 3. P5: Brittney Takushi.

Division II

Kamehameha 9, Pac-Five 4

Leading goal scorers--KS: Hiipoi Lee 3, Emma Kaahaaina 2, Kylie Hew-Len 2, Kamele Shizuru 2. P5: Michelle Cintron 2.

 

OIA

Roosevelt 14, Kalaheo 7
Leading goal scorers--Roos: Poni McGee 6, Kekai McGee 4, Hannah Yasuda 2. Kalh: Ameet Argov 4, Angela Kent 2.

Leilehua 9, Kapolei 3
Leading goal scorers--Lei: Mckenna Shounk 4, Charlene Rivers 3. Kapo: Jamie Rapoza, Doran Bosque, Danielle Johnason.






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