Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, January 13, 1999

Buffanblu race out
early in blowing
out Jr. ’Bows

Star-Bulletin staff

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Brandon Brooks scored 17 points and the Buffanblu (4-0) used an 18-8 first-quarter run to pull away from the Junior Rainbows (1-3) en route to a 73-37 victory

Zack Stephens added 10 points for Punahou.

Punahou		18	20	12	23--73
University	8	8	8	13--37
Punahou: Blair Suzuki 2, Chris Young 4, Micah Tang 3, Steve Gilliam 8, Noah Wee 5, Bryan Saito 4, Zack Stephens 10, Kekoa Taliafero 6, Jesse Lam 6, Binnings Bent 2, Bryan Turner-Gerlach 0, Brandon Brooks 17, Adam Kyle 4, Brad Castillo 2.

University: Casey Kushiyama 15, Andrew Ige 2, Conan Salanoa 1, Patrick Okubo 4, Chaz Hirata 0, Riki Yoshida 0, Ryan Woodward 4, Kou Fox 11, Kory Yonemoto 0.

bullet Iolani 40, Kamehameha 36: At Kekuhaupio Gym, twins Cord and Brad Anderson combined for 24 of the Raiders' 40 points as the defending state champs rallied past the host Warriors.

Iolani (3-1) trailed after three quarters, 29-27 but outscored Kamehameha (1-2), 13-7, in the final eight minutes. Cord Anderson had five of his 14 points in the final quarter, including three free throws in the final three minutes.

Iolani		7	3	17	13--40
Kamehameha	8	7	14	7--36
Iolani: Doug Jackson 6, Travis McGaughy 1, Kyle Alabenza 0, Janson Young 0, Bronson Melemai 9, Brad Anderson 10, Cord Anderson 14.

Kamehameha: Nouveau Naumu 0, Jordan Vanatta 0, Dennen Kanoa 0, Kanoa Alapai 0, Keoni Lota 0, Isaiah Alameida 16, Haku Miles 6, Reggie Maldonado 0, Josh Steinhoff 0, Kalo Kapanui 14.

bullet Maryknoll 40, Damien 39: At Damien, Kenny Lindsay capped a 20-point effort by knocking down three free throws with two seconds left to carry the Spartans past the host Monarchs (0-4).

Maryknoll (1-2) trailed, 39-37, when Lindsay was fouled while shooting from beyond the 3-point arc. He was given three free throws and made them all.

Maryknoll	5	16	8	11--40
Damien		8	10	7	14--39
Maryknoll: Jeremy Irvine 2, Christian Kelinoi 0, Brandon Ching 8, Eric Valdriz 1, Kenny Lindsay 20, Jansen Kilantang 0, Colin Hazama 2, Matt Robinson 7.

Damien: Meinard Agraan 11, Sean Klein 7, Mark Arquero 12, Sam Taue 2, Marcus Anguay 3, Jeff Bryant 4.

bullet Waianae 48, Pearl City 39 (OT): At Pearl City, William Broadus and Mike Autida combined for 11 of the Seariders' 15 points in overtime to upend the Chargers (0-3).

Broadus finished with 19 points, 15 coming after halftime. For Waianae (3-0), Autida finished with nine.

Waianae		6	4	10	13	15--48
Pearl City	8	10	9	6	6--39
Waianae: Mike Autida 9, Nathaniel Donnell 8, Gerald Boyd 4, Ronald Brown 8, William Broadus 19, Robert Hamili 0, Wilfredo Dinong 0, Wesley Lopes 0.

Pearl City: Lawrence Imanil 0, Justen Shelton 13, Jeri Campania 0, Ray Bode 4, Richard Simbre 8, Emilio Aguilar 2, Miguel Parks 10, Pat Sullivan 2.

bullet Radford 52, Leilehua 47: At Radford, the Rams (3-1) outscored the Mules (0-4), 13-3, in the first quarter and never trailed.

Leilehua	3	20	12	12--47
Radford		13	17	10	12--52
Leilehua: Bronson Dumlao 0, Cory Cykes 0, Garland Gantt 0, Charles Lewis 2, Joshua Jumawan 8, Clifton Feliciano 13, Shane Tangonan 2, Brandon Rickard 10, Anthony Newsome 10, Jonathan Dumlao 0, Sean Arquines 0, Kuaika Thomas 0, David Mills 2, Tyrone Pearson 0, Kenny Whiteside 0.

Radford: Joaquin Benevente 0, James Googe 7, John Stevens 0, Marc Geolina 0, Jacob Sur 7, C.J. Leonard 0, Rickey Howard 8, Frank Kuresa 0, Sa Tanuvasa 12, Jeremy O'Donnell 0, Issaac Dunkley 8, Eugene Foki 10.

bullet Nanakuli 69, Waialua 42: At Nanakuli, the Golden Hawks (2-2) jumped to a 27-3 after one quarter in routing the Bulldogs (0-3).

Waialua		3	14	14	11--42
Nanakuli	27	15	13	14--69
Waialua: Steven Gudoy 0, Angelito Alfanta 0, Ikaika Soares 16, Desmond Amper 3, Danny Asumcion 10, Jason Pacarien 6, Pita Fuiava 2, Jared Chun 2, Clifford Waiwaiole 3.

Nanakuli: Kevin Kwan 0, Bronson Akuna 2, Silas Ah Sui 5, Mafua Mafua 6, Aaron Figeroa 6, Louis Mafua 2, Tim Arce 0, Amren Kekahuna 6, Joe Lewis 4, Sam Luwavasa 10, Alfredo Paulo 6, Keoki Duarte 9, Jason Laguantan 4, Kevin Calleon 9.

bullet Moanalua 42, Campbell 24: At Campbell, Bryson Kamakura scored nine of his 13 points in the third quarter as the Menehunes (4-0) outscored the Sabers (0-3), 14-5, to break open a tight game.

Moanalua	7	4	14	17--42
Campbell	4	4	5	11--24
Moanalua: Jonathan Tanibe 4, Charles Coen 1, Brian Grieber 0, Michael Towner 4, Saffrey Silva 0, Brian Green 11, Bryson Kamakura 13, Clint Fivella 2, Tiger Sagadraca 0, Fred Floranda 0, Ki Deok Kwon 7, Jay Marxen 0.

Campbell: Leighton Tanioka 0, Anton Pacheco 0, Jeffrey Roughton 0, Jumar Ramirez 0, Lyndon Redona 2, David Fuller 0, Mike Viloria 7, Addison Medeiros 2, Ed Powers 5, Wes Pacheco 0, Bryan Redor 7, Randy Saramosing 1, Brandon Hopfe 0.

bullet Aiea 53, Waipahu 50: At Waipahu, Adrian Williams scored six of 15 points in the critical fourth quarter as Na Alii (3-1) held off the Marauders (2-2) in a seesaw contest.

Aiea	7	18	10	18--53
Waipahu	14	2	19	15--50
Aiea: Shanoah Ah Sing 2, Adrian Williams 15, Justin Miura 0, Shane Tam 0, Michael Pearce 16, Keoni DeMello-Hopkins 0, Jonathan Mosqueda 7, Elia Tautua 0, Daniel Poyer 3, Clinton Holiona 0, Jarron Pope 10.

Waipahu: Jasper Tacazon 0, Quentin Canencia 13, Arnold Orpilla 0, Vernon Tailele 11, Charlie Pasion 9, Jerome Williams 10, Eugene Adduro 0, Darrell Moore 0, Clint Fludd 7, Feeunai Solomua 0.

bullet Maui 76, Molokai 58: Chris Daniels popped in 25 points to lead the Sabers over the Farmers.

Molokai	11	15	19	13--58
Maui	23	25	14	14--76
Molokai: Kumukoa Yasso 2, Laren Akana 7, Keiki Albino 2, Tyson Santiago 7, Hanalei Yasso 6, Ikaika Faraon 4, Ronald Rapanot 6, Chucky Buchanan 2, Darren Takashima 9, Kaina Alcon 13.

Maui: Robert Collins 6, Sean Bersamin 13, Chris Daniels 25, Malcom Siciak 5, Ikaika Wood 16, David Tifaga 11.


ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Ross Silva
Farrington

The senior guard scored 46 points in the Governors' losing effort against Kahuku Friday. Silva hit seven 3-pointers but his team lost the OIA East basketball game, 102-96, in overtime.

Leo Sing Chow
Kamehameha

The freshman pitcher improved to 4-0 in holding Maryknoll to one run in an ILH softball game last Wednesday. She drove in three runs and struck out five in the 11-1 victory.

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Honorable mention

Boys' basketball

bullet Everett Frye, Kalani: Scored 29 points, including going 10-for-10 at the free-throw line, to help the Falcons beat Kaiser, 61-52, Saturday.

bullet Julien Sensley, Kalaheo: Scored 21 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in the Mustangs' 59-38 win over Castle last Wednesday.

bullet Matt Vivas, St. Louis: Scored a combined 36 points in two ILH wins last week for the Crusaders.

Boys' soccer

bullet Kenji Treschuk, Moanalua: Scored four goals in the Menehunes' 12-0 win over Waipahu Friday.

Girls' soccer

bullet Melanie Endo, Moanalua: Scored three goals in the Menehunes' 6-0 shutout of Waipahu Friday.

Girls' softball

bullet Heather Berinobis, Castle: Pitched a no-hitter, facing three batters over the minimum, in the Knights' 8-0 OIA East win over Kaimuki Saturday.

bullet Summer Nagareda, McKinley: Went 3-for-3, all extra-base hits (double, triple, homer) as the Tigers outslugged Farrington, 19-17, in an OIA East game Saturday.

bullet Rachel Lacar, Pearl City: Tossed a no-hitter against Campbell but lost, 1-0; the game's lone run came on an error.

bullet Kehaulani Yamaguchi, University High School: Had 11 strikeouts in six innings in the Junior Rainbows' 13-2 win over Maryknoll in the ILH Saturday.

Boys' wrestling

bullet Richard Robles, Kamehameha: Defeated defending state champion Gerald Welch (St.Louis) in overtime in a 171-pound match.

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To nominate: A male and female athlete will be selected each week based on their performances of the previous week. To nominate an athlete, call the Star-Bulletin sports department between 6-11 p.m. Sundays at 525-8600; fax the info to 525-5497; or e-mail to sports@starbulletin.com.


GAME OF THE WEEK

Kaiser (3-0-1) at Castle (4-0-0)

OIA East girls' soccer
Saturday, 2 p.m.

Two of the top contenders for the OIA East crown clash in what is expected to be a tough defensive battle. Neither goalie has been scored upon -- junior rookie Sherri Ogata for the Cougars and the Knights' junior Moani Mundo, a third-year starter.

"I'm looking forward to a very good game with Castle," Kaiser coach Robyn Chun said.

The Cougars feature a triple scoring threat in Lindsie Shimizu, Jamie Shishido and OIA Player of the Year last season Erin Sayegusa, who have combined for 13 of the team's 19 goals. Arica Lau has four of the Knights' 12 goals.

Both teams rely on stellar defense as well as stingy goalies. Heading up the Castle defense are returning all-league pick Jill Fujimoto along with Ali Yasui and Kori Yasumura.

"It's always a big game when our teams play," Castle coach Mark Kane said. "The Castle-Kaiser boys' game will be big, too. Whoever wins should have the inside track for the division title."



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