Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, February 17, 1999

Athletes of the Week

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Everett Frye

Kalani basketball

The senior guard scored 38 points in two OIA Tournament games as the Falcons finished second to Kalaheo, their best showing ever. In the championship game, Frye scored seven of his 19 points in the second half despite a rotator cuff injury to his right (shooting) shoulder.



Mitzi Ing

Iolani softball

The junior tossed a one-hitter Sunday against Punahou to lead the Raiders to their first state girls' softball championship. Ing was 3-0 in state tournament games, yielding one run over 19 innings while striking out 16 and walking six.



Honorable mention

Boys' basketball

bullet Timmy Chang, St. Louis: Hit the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Crusaders over Kamehameha, 44-43, and into the state tournament as the ILH's third-place team.

bullet Levon Freeman, Kalaheo: Scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to help the Mustangs to their 12th OIA title and their 72nd consecutive conference victory in the tournament final against Kalani.

Boys' riflery

bullet Anthony Plana, Leilehua: Won two of three events en route to the OIA individual championship with a score of 244, 14 points higher than his nearest competitor.

Girls' riflery

bullet Angelina Villafane, Leilehua: Won two of three events in earning the OIA individual title with a score of 212, 21 points over the second-place finisher.

Boys' soccer

bullet Darren Lee, Punahou: Scored the game's lone goal with less than nine minutes remaining to give the Buffanblu the ILH title in a playoff with Iolani.

Girls' soccer

bullet Raine Arndt, Kamehameha: Had the winning goal in the Warriors' quarterfinal and semifinal victories in the state tournament, sending Kamehameha into the title game.

bullet Maya Sakamaki, Iolani: Scored the lone goal of the state title game against Kamehameha in double overtime to give the Raiders their third state title.

Girls' softball

bullet Leinani Hashida, Mililani: Doubled in the game's only run as the Trojans defeated Kailua, 1-0, for third place in the state tournament.

Boys' swimming

bullet Tom Lyttle, Punahou: Won the 200 and 500 freestyle events and was part of the Buffanblu's successful 400 freestyle relay team as Punahou won the ILH title.

bullet Ryan Miyashita, Pearl City: Won the 100 breaststroke, was second in the 50 freestyle and was part of the Chargers' winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams as Pearl City finished second to Leilehua in the OIA championships.

Girls' swimming

bullet Carly Keller, Kalaheo: Won the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle events and was part of the Mustangs' winning 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams to help Kalaheo win the OIA title.

bullet Sara Sakamoto, Punahou: Won the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle events and was the leadoff swimmer on the Buffanblu's winning 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams as Punahou won the ILH title.

Wrestling

bullet Clayton Schroers, Iolani: Scored a 3-0 win against Ross Cadinha of St. Louis in the deciding 215-pound match to give the Raiders a 32-27 victory in a dual match with the Crusaders.

bullet Gerald Welch, St. Louis: Recorded pins in both of his 171-pound matches during the Crusaders' dual meet with Pac-5 and Iolani.

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

ILH Wrestling Tournament

Friday, 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m., Iolani

Kamehameha, undefeated in boys' varsity dual action, will defend its title beginning with quarterfinal matches at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The girls' and junior varsity boys' competitions open the tournament on Friday. The championship finals in all divisions begin at 7 p.m. Saturday.

The seedings won't be determined until tomorrow, but some of the key varsity players to watch are Nick Muraoka of Iolani (135) and Anthony Prinzivalli of St Louis (215).

The most competitive weight class should be 171, with returning state champ Gerald Welch of St Louis, Todd Fujie of Punahou and last year's state runner-up Richard Robles of Kamehameha. The girls' field is led by returning state champ Jill Remiticado of Iolani (121).


BASKETBALL

OIA boys

bullet East

Scoring leaders

			G	Pts	Avg
Frye, Kalani		9	200	22.0
Silva, Farr		9	170	18.9
Aberilla, Cast		9	156	17.3
Sensley, Kalah		8	133	16.6
Cabuyaban, Farr		8	121	15.1
Hogue, Kalaheo		9	135	15.0
McKeague, Kalan		9	119	13.2
3-point goals: Silva (Farr), 30; Lozana (Roos), 15; Frye (Kalan) 12.

bullet West

Scoring leaders

			G	Pts	Avg
Shelton, PC		10	135	13.5
Simbre, PC		10	134	13.4
W.Broadus, Waian	10	125	12.5
Pierce, Aiea		9	112	12.4
Falmon, Mil		8	99	12.4
Villoria, Camp		10	120	12.0
Kamakura, Moan		10	120	12.0
3-point goals: Donnell (Waian) 21; Jumawan (Lei) 14; Bode (PC) 13; Redor (Camp) 13.



ILH boys

bullet Varsity Division I

Scoring leaders

			G	Pts	Avg
Lindsay, Mary		12	165	13.8
B.Anderson, Iol		12	150	12.5
Brooks, Pun		11	125	11.4
Vivas, StL		12	134	11.2
Miles, Kam		12	131	10.9
Kapanui, Kam		12	125	10.4
3-point goals: Stephens (Pun) 22; Lopez (Dam) 13; Wong (StL) 11; Okubo (UHS) 11.


PADDLING

OIA

Final Standings

bullet Boys Varsity

Eastern Division--1. Castle, 50 points. 2. McKinley, 35. 3. Kaimuki, 32. 4. Kalani, 27. 5. Kaiser, 25. 6. Roosevelt, 21. 7. Kahuku, 10. 8. Kailua, 8. 9. Kalaheo, 7. 10. Farrington, 5.

Western Division--1. Leilehua, 40. 2. Radford, 35. 3. Nanakuli, 32. 4. Mililani, 30. 25. 5. Moanalua, 26. 6. Waipahu, 21. 7. Aiea, 12. 8. Campbell, 6.

bullet Girls varsity

Eastern Division--1. Kalaheo, 44. 2. McKinley, 34. 3. Kaiser, 30. 4. Kalani, 27. 5. (tie) Castle and Roosevelt, 26. 7. Kaimuki, 21. 8. Kahuku, 11.

Western Division--1. Waianae, 44. 2. Leilehua, 39. 3. Radford, 31. 4. Mililani, 29. 5. Campbell, 20. 6. Waipahu, 18.

bullet Boys junior varsity

Eastern Division--1. Castle, 50. 2. Kalaheo, 38. 3. Kaimuki, 36. 4. McKinley, 28. 5. Farrington, 17. 6. Roosevalt, 14.

Western Division--1. Nanakuli, 46. 2. Moanalua, 43. 3. Campbell, 35.

bullet Girls junior varsity

Eastern Division--1. Kalaheo, 46. 2. Kaimuki, 42. 3. Roosevelt, 34. 4. Kaiser, 28. 5. McKinley, 25. 6. Kahuku, 24. 7. Kailua, 4.

Western Division--1. Mililani, 44. 2. Waianae, 38. 3. Moanalua, 34. 4. Waipahu, 24. 5. Radford, 20.


SOCCER

HHSAA girls state champions

Year: School/Coach

1999: Iolani/George-Ann Derby & Kari Morioka.
1998: Punahou/Debbie Ching.
1997: Pearl City/Archie Chung.
1996: Kamehameha/Michelle Nagamine.
1995: Kamehameha/Nagamine.
1994: Mililani/Charles Esperas.
1993: Pearl City/Archie Chung.
1992: Iolani/Derby & Jeff Moses.
1991: Pearl City/Archie Chung.
1990: Pearl City/Archie Chung.
1989: Kamehameha/Walt Thompson.
1988: Mililani/Charles Esperas.
1987: Iolani/Derby & Moses.
1986: Punahou/Harry Morales.
1985: Punahou/Harry Morales.
1984: Punahou/Harry Morales.
1983: Punahou/Harry Morales.
1982: Castle/Mark Kane.


SOFTBALL

HHSAA state champions

Year: School/Coach

1999: Iolani/Chris Shimabukuro.
1998: Kamehameha/Kit Kitagawa.
1997: Kailua/Bernard Victor.
1996: Kailua/Bernard Victor.
1995: Kailua/Bernard Victor.
1994: Kamehameha/Henry Makekau.
1993: Kamehameha/Henry Makekau.
1992: Pearl City/Wes Uyehara.
1991: Kamehameha/Henry Makekau.
1990: Waimea/Albert Soto.
1989: Kailua/Howard Okita.
1988: Kailua/Howard Okita.
1987: Kamehameha/Henry Makekau.
1986: Kailua/Howard Okita.
1985: Kamehameha/Henry Makekau.
1984: Pearl City/Robert Galbiso.
1983: Kailua/Howard Okita.
1982: Kailua/Howard Okita.
1981: Kailua/Howard Okita.
1980: Pearl City/Louis Silva.
1979: University/Corinne Chang.
1978: Hilo/Callen Perreira.
1977: Castle/William Pimental.


WRESTLING

ILH

Final dual-meet standings

bullet Varsity

		W	L	T	Pts
Kamehameha	10	0	0	60
Iolani		7	3	0	42
St. Louis	7	3	0	42
Punahou		4	6	0	24
Pac-5		2	8	0	12
Damien		0	10	0	0
bullet Junior Varsity

		W	L	T	Pts
Iolani		9	1	0	54
Punahou		8	2	0	48
Kamehamehameha	7	3	0	42
St. Louis	4	6	0	24
Damien		2	8	0	12
Pac-5		0	10	0	0


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