Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, February 10, 1999

Athletes of the Week

Art

Ryan Hogue

Kalaheo basketball

The senior center scored eight of his game-high 19 points during a critical three-minute span in the fourth quarter to lift the Mustangs over upset-minded Roosevelt in an OIA Tournament quarterfinal basketball game. He was 9 of 13 from the field, with 12 rebounds, three assists, three steals and no turnovers.

Tapa

Michaela Keller

Kalaheo swimming

The junior won the 100 butterfly event, breaking the 22-year-old meet record, and was part of two record-setting Mustang relay teams -- 200 freestyle and 400 medley -- at the OIA East swimming championships.

Tapa

Honorable mention

Boys' basketball

bullet Dayton Aberilla, Castle: Scored 12 points to help the Knights eliminate previously undefeated Moanalua in an OIA Tournament quarterfinal.

bullet Steve Gilliam, Punahou: Scored 10 points, all in the first half, to lead the Buffanblu to the ILH title and their first win over Iolani since 1996.

bullet Kellen Kaneshiro, Hawaii Baptist: Hit seven 3-pointers during a Division II contest that went four overtimes against Mid-Pacific. Two of his treys forced the first and second overtimes, a third set up the game-winning free throw.

bullet Sam Lozano, Roosevelt: Scored 17 points, including three 3-pointers, in the Rough Riders' 54-47 loss to Kalaheo in an OIA Tournament quarterfinal game.

bullet Lohi Pinho-McKeague, Kalani: Had 13 points and several key steals and assists to help the Falcons defeat Nanakuli in an OIA Tournament quarterfinal game.

bullet Lance Takaki, Mid-Pacific: Scored 14 points, including the free throw that sent the game into double overtime, to lift the Division II Owls into the ILH Tournament with a 61-59 win over Hawaii Baptist.

Boys' soccer

bullet Stephen Birgado, Moanalua: Scored the game's only goal in overtime as the Menehunes finished fifth in the OIA tournament with a 1-0 win over Kalaheo.

bullet Regan O'Neill, Iolani: Scored two goals against Mid-Pacific to finish as the ILH's leading scorer with eight. The senior sat out last season with an injury.

bullet Noah Rolf, Mililani: Scored the Trojans' first goal midway through the first half en route to a 2-0 victory over Castle in the OIA championship game.

Girls' soccer

bullet Jennifer DeHay, Kamehameha: Scored the lone goal in sudden-death overtime to carry the Warriors over Punahou, 1-0, and into the state tournament with the ILH's second berth.

bullet Charity Drumeller, Pearl City: The OIA's leading scorer had the game's only goal to lift the Chargers over Kaiser, 1-0, and earn the final state tournament berth with a fifth-place finish in the OIA tournament.

bullet Alyssa Tottori, Aiea: Scored the game's only goal to give Na Alii its first OIA crown with a 1-0 victory over Kalaheo in the league tournament final Saturday.

Boys' swimming

bullet Chad Billiamosa, Pearl City: Won the 200 free, was second in the 100 back and was the lead-off swimmer on the Chargers' winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams at the OIA West championships.

bullet Nrsimha Diaz, Kahuku: Won the 200 individual medley and finished second in the 100 breaststroke at the OIA East championships. He also was the leadoff swimmer on the Red Raiders' winning 200 medley relay team.

Girls' swimming

bullet Ashley Swart, Kaiser: Set a record in winning the 100 breaststroke at the OIA East championship meet. She also won the 50 freestyle event.

bullet Faye Peyer, Mililani: Won the 500 freestyle, was third in the 200 freestyle and was part of the Trojans' winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams.

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 and 11 p.m. Sundays at 525-8600; fax the info to 525-5497; or e-mail to sports@starbulletin.com.


Game of the Week

OIA Boys' Basketball Tournament

Friday, Blaisdell Arena

Kalaheo (10-0), Waianae (9-2) Kalani (8-2), and Castle (8-3) have qualified for next week's state tournament. The only question is where the four will be seeded.

Part of that will be answered by tonight's semifinals, in which the Mustangs host the Seariders and the Falcons host the Knights.

The rest of the seeding question will hinge on the outcome of Friday's games. The third-place contest is at 6:30 p.m., followed by the title game at 8 p.m.

Friday's doubleheader will feature several of the top players in the state, including Kalaheo's triple threat of Julian Sensley, Ryan Hogue and Levon Freeman. Waianae has balance in William Broadus, Sam Keaulii and Nathaniel Donnell.

For Kalani, the court leaders have been Everett Frye and Lohi Pinho-McKeague. Castle, which ousted previously undefeated Moanalua last week, has been getting blue-collar efforts from Dayton Aberilla and Buddy Guillermo.

Basketball junkies can get an extra fix with the 4:30 p.m. junior varsity championship game.


Basketball

ILH boys

bullet Varsity Division I

Final regular-season standings

First-round records in parentheses

			W	L	Pct.	GB
Punahou (5-1)		11	1	.917	--
Iolani (5-1)		9	3	.750	2
St. Louis (4-2)		8	4	.667	3
Kamehameha (4-2)	8	4	.667	3
Maryknoll (2-4)		3	9	.250	8
University (1-5)	2	10	.167	9
Damien (0-6)		1	11	.083	9
bullet Varsity Division II

Final regular-season standings

Second-round records in parentheses

			W	L	Pct.	GB
Punahou (1-3)		10	3	.769	--
Hi. Baptist (3-1)	9	4	.692	1
Mid-Pacific (3-1)	9	4	.692	1
St. Louis (2-2)		9	4	.692	1
Iolani (1-3)		7	6	.538	3

Paddling

ILH

Yesterday's results

4-plus miles, off Magic Island

bullet Girls Varsity I--1. Kamehameha, 50.35. 2. Iolani, 52.42. 3. Punahou, 52.58. 4. Mid-Pacific, 54.42. 5. Sacred Hearts, 55.13. 6. Pac-5, 56.56.

bullet Girls Varsity II--1. Punahou, 52.33. 2. Kamehameha, 52.48. 3. St. Francis, 55.40. 4. St. Andrew's, 57.27. 5. Maryknoll, 58.20. 6. Pac-5, 68.08. DQ: Iolani.

bullet Girls Junior Varsity I--1. Kamehameha, 53.11. 2. Maryknoll, 54.07. 3. Sacred Hearts, 55.39. 4. St. Andrew's, 56.06. 5. Punahou, 56.24. 6. Pac-5, 58.03. 7. Mid-Pacific. DQ: Iolani.

bullet Girls Junior Varsity II--1. Iolani, 52.10. 2. Punahou, 53.37. 3. Sacred Hearts, 57.24. 4. Kamehameha, 60.38. 5. St. Francis, 60.04. 6. Maryknoll, 62.35. 7. Mid-Pacific, 63.10.

Final Standings

bullet Girls Varsity I--1. Kamehameha, 34 points. 2. Punahou, 24. 3. Iolani, 16. 4. (tie) Sacred Hearts and Mid-Pacific, 9. 6. Pac-5, 3.

bullet Girls Varsity II--1. Punahou, 32. 2. Kamehameha, 25. 3. St. Francis, 20. 4. (tie) Maryknoll and St. Andrew's, 9. 6. Iolani, 1. 7. (tie) Sacred Hearts and Pac-5, 0.

bullet Girls Junior Varsity I--1. Kamehameha, 36. 2. Maryknoll, 22. 3. Punahou, 18. 4. Sacred Hearts, 9. 5. Iolani, 6. 6. St. Andrew's, 3. 7. (tie) Mid-Pacific and Pac-5, 0

bullet Girls Junior Varsity II--1. Iolani, 30. 2. Punahou, 28. 3. Kamehameha, 17. 4. Sacred Hearts, 11. 5. Maryknoll, 6. 6. (tie) Mid-Pacific and St. Francis, 2.



OIA

Through Feb. 6

bullet Boys Varsity

Eastern Division--1. Castle, 40 points. 2. McKinley, 27. 3. Kaimuki, 26. 4. Kalani, 23. 5. Kaiser, 18. 6. Roosevelt, 16. 7. Kailua, 8. 9. (tie) Kalaheo and Kahuku, 8. 10. Farrington, 5.

Western Division--1. Leilehua, 32. 2. (tie) Radford, Mililani and Nanakuli, 25. 5. Moanalua, 20. 6. Waipahu, 17. 7. Aiea, 7. 8. Campbell, 6.

bullet Girls Varsity

Eastern Division--1. Kalaheo, 34. 2. McKinley, 27. 3. Castle, 23. 4. Kaiser, 22. 5. (tie) Roosevelt and Kalani, 21. 7. Kaimuki, 17. 8. Kahuku, 9.

Western Division--1. Waianae, 37. 2. Leilehua, 29. 3. (tie) Mililani and Radford, 23. 5. Campbell, 16. 6. Waipahu, 13.

bullet Boys Junior Varsity

Eastern Division--1. Castle, 40. 2. Kalaheo, 30. 3. Kaimuki, 29. 4. McKinley, 22. 5. Farrington, 17. 6. Roosevelt, 14.

Western Division--1. Nanakuli, 35. 2. Moanalua, 35. 3. Campbell, 28.

bullet Girls Junior Varsity

Eastern Division--1. Kalaheo, 38. 2. Kaimuki, 32. 3. Roosevelt, 27. 4. Kaiser, 23. 5. Kahuku, 20. 6. McKinley, 19. 7. Kailua, 4.

Western Division--1. Waianae, 38. 2. Mililani, 34. 3. Moanalua, 27. 4. Waipahu, 18. 5. Radford, 12.


Riflery

ILH

bullet Junior Varsity

St. Louis 1,509, Punahou 1,429

High shooters--StL: Jessica Taum, 259. Pun: Erin Ebisu, 245.


Soccer

ILH boys

Varsity

		W	L	T	Pts	GF	GA
Punahou		9	1	2	29	30	2
Iolani		9	1	2	29	30	5
Kamehameha	7	4	1	22	21	13
St. Louis	6	3	3	21	19	11
Pac-Five	3	7	2	11	12	20
Damien		2	10	0	6	8	37
Mid-Pacific	1	11	0	3	7	39
bullet Scoring leaders

Varsity boys--9 goals: Regan O'Neill, Iol. 8: Charles Rania, Pun. 5: Paul Kema II, Kam; Chris Kogawa, StL; Mark Lau, StL. 4: Teranna Fiaseu, StL; Bobby Kessner, Iol; Stephen Seta, Pun.

bullet Junior varsity

Final standings

Championship round

			W	L	T	Pts
Kamehameha Blue		8	1	1	25
Iolani			8	2	0	24
Punahou Blue		5	3	2	17
Punahou Gold		4	4	2	14
Consolation round

Kamehameha White	3	6	1	10
Mid-Pacific		3	6	0	9
Pac-5			2	6	2	8
St. Louis		1	6	2	5
bullet Intermediate

Final standings

			W	L	T	Pts
Punahou Gold		9	1	0	27
Iolani Black		8	2	0	24
Punahou Blue		7	1	1	22
Kamehameha Blue		6	2	1	19
Pac-5 Brown		4	4	1	13
Mid-Pacific		2	4	3	9
Kamehameha White	2	5	2	8
Iolani Red		2	6	1	7
St. Louis		1	7	1	4
Pac-5 Orange		0	9	0	0

Softball

ILH girls

bullet Varsity

		W	L	Pct.	GB
Iolani		14	2	.875	--
Punahou		13	3	.812	1
Kamehameha	12	4	.750	2
Sacred Hearts	12	4	.750	2
University	8	8	.500	6
Mid-Pacific	6	10	.375	8
St. Francis	5	11	.312	9
HBA/Priory	2	14	.125	12
Maryknoll	0	16	.000	14
bullet Junior varsity

		W	L	Pct.	GB
Kamehameha	10	0	1.000	--
Iolani		3	7	.300	7
Punahou		2	8	.200	8
bullet Intermediate

		W	L	Pct.	GB
x-Kam White	9	1	.900	--
Iolani Black	9	2	.818	1/2
Kamehameha Blue	9	2	.818	1/2
x-Sacred Hearts	8	2	.800	1
Punahou Gold	7	4	.636	2-1/2
Mid-Pacific	6	5	.545	3-1/2
Punahou Blue	6	5	.545	3-1/2
Maryknoll	5	6	.454	4-1/2
St. Francis	2	9	.181	7-1/2
HBA/Priory	2	9	.181	7-1/2
UHS/Assets	1	10	.090	8-1/2
Iolani Red	1	10	.090	8-1/2
x-denotes record includes one tie game


Wrestling

ILH

bullet Varsity

		W	L	T	Pts
Kamehameha	8	0	0	48
St. Louis	6	2	0	36
Iolani		5	3	0	30
Punahou		3	5	0	18
Pac-5		2	6	0	12
Damien		0	8	0	0


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