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Hawaii Grown Notes: Baseball, Golf, Swimming and Diving

Alohi Arecchi (Damien), St. Martin’s: Drove in three runs on two hits in a 6-1 victory over Pacific Lutheran. Hitting second in the order, he drove in Hunter Sasaki (Leilehua) twice after the former Mule walked twice, was hit by a pitch and scored three times. Arecchi, who is hitting .176, had his first multiple-hit game since Feb. 10. Read more

Updates on Hawaii athletes at mainland colleges

Aiva Arquette (Saint Louis), Washington: Extended his hitting streak to 11 with five hits in a series win at Texas, scoring four runs and raising his batting average to .308 from .105 when he started the streak. Read more

Hawaii Grown notebook: Updates on Hawaii athletes at mainland colleges

Kahiau Bruhn (Kamehameha), Willamette: Scored 10 points with five rebounds in a 94-83 win over George Fox and then had 11 points and six rebounds in a 78-76 win over Lewis & Clark a night later. He played only 29 minutes in the two games but scored in double figures in successive contests for the first time since December. Read more

Hawaii Grown notebook

Brandon Chung (Hawaii School for the Deaf and the Blind), Gallaudet: Missed only a single shot (5-for-6 from the field and 6-for-6 from the free-throw line) and scored 16 points in a 67-65 loss to St. Mary’s of Maryland. Read more

Hawaii Grown Notebook

Brody Bantolina (‘Iolani), Pacific: The sophomore running back led his conference with 895 rushing yards and nine touchdowns for the Boxers, earning a spot on the Northwest Conference first team. Read more

Hawaii Grown notebook: Football, soccer, volleyball

Darius Muasau (Mililani), UCLA: Had only two tackles in the win over Washington State, but it was a big one, a sack of Cameron Ward for 9 yards the last time the Cougars had the ball. He had a person foul and a delay of game penalty in the first half. He has six tackles for loss this season, doubling his output from last year. Read more

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