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CALENDAR
TODAY
BASEBALL
HHSAA Division I State Championships, Semifinals: Kailua vs. Waiakea, 4 p.m.; Baldwin vs. ‘Iolani, 7 p.m. Games at Les Murakami Stadium. Consolation semifinals: Pearl City vs. Kalani, 9 a.m., at Hans L’Orange Park. Fifth-place semifinals: Punahou vs. Mililani, 4:30 p.m.; Mid-Pacific vs. Campbell, 7 p.m. Games at Hans L’Orange Park.
HHSAA Division II State Championships, Semifinals: Damien vs. Farrington, 10 a.m.; Kamehameha-Hawaii/Radford winner vs. Kapaa, 1 p.m. Games at Les Murakami Stadium. Fifth-place semifinals: Konawaena vs. Molokai, 11:30 a.m.; Kamehameha-Hawaii/Radford loser vs. Waianae, 2 p.m. Games at Hans L’Orange Park.
GOLF
HHSAA Boys State Championships: 7 a.m., at Turtle Bay Fazio Course.
SOFTBALL
HHSAA Division I State Championships, Semifinals: Leilehua vs. Mililani, 4:30 p.m.; Campbell vs. Punahou, 7 p.m.. Games at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Consolation semifinals: Kealakehe vs. Kapolei, 9:15 a.m., at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Fifth-place semifinals: Pearl City vs. Lahanialuna, noon; Maryknoll vs. Waiakea, 2 p.m., at McKinley.
HHSAA Division II State Championships, Semifinals: Kamehameha-Hawaii vs. Kalani, 11:30 a.m.; Konawaena vs. St. Francis, 2 p.m. Games at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Consolation semifinals: Kaimuki vs. Waialua, 10 a.m., at McKinley. Fifth-place semifinals: Honokaa vs. Waimea, 4 p.m.; Kapaa vs. Molokai, 6 p.m., at McKinley.
FRIDAY
BASEBALL
HHSAA Division I State Championships. At Hans L’Orange Park: Consolation, 11 a.m. Fifth Place, 1:30 p.m. At Les Murakami Stadium: Third place, 1:30 p.m. Championship, 7 p.m.
HHSAA Division II State Championships. Fifth Place: 8:30 a.m. Third place: 11 a.m. Championship: 4 p.m. Games at Les Murakami Stadium.
GOLF
HHSAA Boys State Championships: final round, 7 a.m., at Turtle Bay Fazio Course.
SOFTBALL
HHSAA Division I State Championships. At McKinley: Consolation, 9 a.m. Fifth place, 11 a.m. Third place, 3 p.m. At Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium: Championship, 7 p.m.
HHSAA Division II State Championships. At Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium: Consolation, noon. Fifth place, 2:15 p.m. Championship, 4:30 p.m. At McKinley: Third place, 1 p.m.
TRACK AND FIELD
HHSAA State Championships: trials, 1:30 p.m., at Kamehameha.

SOFTBALL
Makua Ali’i
Aikane 18, Firehouse 4
Fat Kats 12, Lokahi 0
Na Pueo 15, Golden Eagles 7
Bad Company 14, Waipio 1
Hikina 12, Sportsmen 0
Hawaiians 22, Zen 14
Makules 13, Na Kahuna 12
Action 21, Hui Ohana 9
Yankees 16, Xpress 4

HHSAA/David Ishii Foundation Girls Golf Championship
Team Standings
1  Punahou    229-223—452
2  Iolani    224-229—453
3  Mid-Pacific    234-229—463
4  Kaiser    236-234—470
5  Baldwin    237-235—472
6  Mililani    236-240—476
7  Waiakea    242-237—479
8  Moanalua     247-257—504
9  Kauai    249-274—523

Individual Results
Claire Choi, Punahou     73-70—43
Reese Guzman, Maui     73-72—145
Malia Nam, Kaiser    73-73—146
Allysha-Mae Mateo, Maryknoll    74-73—147
Myah Mcdonald, Mid-Pacific    77-72—149
Danielle Ujimori, Mid-Pacific     76-73—149
Kyung Eun Lee, Iolani     77-72—149
Karissa Kilby, Punahou    76-73—149
Tagirilani Luafalealo, Moanalua     76-74—150
Miki Manta, Kalani    77-73—150
Kamie Hamada, Iolani    72-78—150
Lana Calibuso Kwee, Baldwin    74-76—150
Anna Lesa, Kahuku     78-73—151
Kayli Hartsock-Bunyan, Kailua    73-78—151
Kiara Todd, Punahou     75-78—153
Jae Eun Park, Roosevelt    77-76—153
Kaley Saludares, Waiakea    79-75—154
Kristin Miyagi, Iolani    75-79—154
Jaelin Ishikawa, Baldwin    78-76—154
Sara Keppel, Kaiser    77-79—156
Kelsie Dait, Mililani    79-78—157
Hunter-Logan Kobayashi, Hawaii Baptist    78-79—157
Kailey Oki, Waiakea    78-80—158
Lacey Uchida, Waiakea    81-78—159
Nicolle Nitta, Damien    79-80—159
Michelle Kim, Kalani    77-82—159
Kate Welch, Mililani    79-80—159
Kaitlyn Tonai, Punahou    79-80—159
Kaelyn Uchida, Waiakea     81-79—160
Carli Shimokihara, Mililani     78-82—160
Hoku Nagamine, Kamehameha-Maui    86-75—161
Jodi Torricer, McKinley    82-79—161
Abigail Woo, Punahou    85-77—162
Kelsey Ota, Hawaii Baptist    85-77—162
Alison Takamiya, Punahou    80-83—163
Jillian Mitsuda, Waiakea    84-80—164
Tia Kualii, Waiakea    84-80—164
Summer Wong, Seabury Hall    81-83—164
Joy Callinan, Seabury Hall    84-81—165
Tory Nakata, Mid-Pacific    81-84—165
Mari Ebersole, Waiakea    83-83—166
Victoria Takai, Punahou    85-81—166
Amy Giang, Moanalua    79-88—167
Elisa Nishimoto, Kaiser    86-82—168
Katherine Swor, Baldwin    85-83—168
Chanelle Hwang, Hilo     81-87—168
Taryn Taguma, Kauai     79-89—168
Aubrey Corpuz, Radford    93-77—170
Emily Lei, Kaiser    88-85—173
Tyra Oshiro, Kauai    83-91—174
Hannah Valencia, Lahainaluna    89-86—175
Shyla Tigilau, Mililani    91-88—179
Jessica Hreljac, Kauai    87-94—181
Sabrina Murphy, Kauai    88-95—183
Lilinoe Chinen, Pearl City    94-90—184
Jaeda Yamasaki, Christian Liberty    92-94—186
Kristen Yamate, Moanalua    92-95—187
Reyan Lee, Waipahu    96-91—187
Keesha Brown, Kauai    88-99—187
Tiana Miller, Mililani    94-94—188
Amanda Rathbun, Campbell    89-99—188
Alexa Jackson, Baldwin    94-96—190
Erin Elaydo, Campbell    90-101—191
Hailey Yamasato, Moanalua    100-97—197
Alicia Hayakawa, Kapaa    103-99—202

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