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Athletes of the Week

For Tuesday, May 10, 2011

By Paul Honda

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GIRLS

>> Leisha Liilii, Castle softball: The UH-bound senior pitched the Knights to three wins and went 9-for-17 with three homers and 11 RBIs at the DataHouse/HHSAA Softball State Championships.

BOYS

>> Marcel Chan and Roman Kop, Kamehameha tennis: The team became the first Warriors state doubles champ in 46 years by defeating Colin Tseng and Lawrence Ho of ‘Iolani at the Carlsmith Ball/HHSAA State Tennis Championships on Maui.

HONOR ROLL

Baseball

» Shea Shimabukuro, Kauai: allowed just one earned run with three strikeouts and no walks as the Red Raiders defeated Pac-Five 11-2 for the Division II state crown

Golf

» Eimi Koga, Moanalua: battled 35-mph winds for a two-round 147 to win the girls title at the David S. Ishii Foundation/HHSAA State Golf Championships at Waikoloa Village

Softball

» Keiki Carlos, MPI: recorded three complete-game wins to lead the Owls to the D-I state title

» Sofia Luczak, Pac-Five: pitched a one-hit shutout in a 2-0 D-II semifinal win over Waipahu; threw a two-hit shutout in a 5-0 win over Kahuku in the D-II title game

Tennis

» Chas Okamoto, Kapaa: defeated Kento Tanaka-Tamaki of St. Anthony for the boys state championship

» Alyssa Tobita, Mililani: the freshman won the girls state title

Track and Field

Island Movers/HHSAA State Championships

» Shane Brostek, Hawaii Prep: won the discus and shot put

» Devin Jenkins, Kapolei: posted a 10.46 in the 100-meter dash and a 21.09 in the 200 to win gold medals

» Pierce Murphy, Island School: won the 3,000 (8:52.44) and 1,500 (4:02.06) runs, breaking state-meet records in both

» Kailea Tracey-Visintainer, Seabury Hall: won gold in the 200, 400 and 4x400

Volleyball

» Chad Barretta, HBA: 15 kills against Lanakila Baptist

» Mason Ohta, HBA: 41 assists, two aces against Lanakila Baptist

Water Polo

» Rachel Kamai, Roosevelt: 11 goals against Baldwin

» Kaili McGee, Roosevelt: seven goals against Mililani

» Brooke Roy, Kahuku: seven goals against Waiakea





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