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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, March 25, 1999

Late surge sends Kaiser
past Castle in OIA
East opener

St. Louis tops
University/HBA

Kaiser scored five points in the final 30 seconds to complete a wild comeback and edge visiting Castle, 46-44, last night in a season-opening Oahu Interscholastic Association East girls' basketball game.

The Cougars trailed, 36-25, heading into the fourth quarter but went to a full-court press and outscored the Knights, 21-8, in the final eight minutes. Samantha Ching led the Cougars with 11 points and Tawni Hall added 10.

With 30 seconds left, Ching made two free throws that brought Kaiser to within 44-43. Jennifer Lee then hit a basket to give the Cougars the lead at 45-44 and Brooke Masutani iced the win with a free throw.

Castle		12	11	13	8-44
Kaiser		7	13	5	21-46
Castle: Scoring summary unavailable.

Kaiser: Harmoni Elliott 7, Sheri Ogaty 2, Lindsie Shimizu 2, Samantha Ching 11, Brooke Masutani 3, Misty Import 0, Tina Woodington 4, Jennifer Lee 6, Nanea Kamauoha 1, Tawni Hall 10.

JV score: Castle 45, Kaiser 23.

Kaimuki 46, Farrington 37:At Kaimuki, Danica Lange scored 17 points and the Bulldogs used a 17-7 run in the second quarter to

take control against the Governors.

Jamie Reyes added 11 points for Kaimuki (1-0). Farrington (0-1) was led by Robynn Afe's 14 points.

Farrington	10	7	11	9-37
Kaimuki		9	17	11	9-46
Farrington: Rochell Rivera 0, Shyann Aleano 0, Nicholle Mata 2, Cherlyn Ligot 4, Darcy Reforminga 6, Jennifer Nuesla 0, Sophia Maluafau 0, Christina Stowers 2, Cynthia Filifili 5, Evelyn Uli 0, Robynn Afe 14, Lorelei Tuimalealiifano 4.

Kaimuki: Elizabeth Otto 3, Jamie Reyes 11, Sarah Husey 0, Danica Lange 17, Wendy Maeshiro 2, Rachael Hussey 0, Jennifer Kelley 7, Tabra Hussey 3, Cheriesse Shiroma 3.

JV score: Farrington 32, Kaimuki 31

McKinley 54, Kailua 27:At Kailua, Traci Torralva scored six first-quarter points as the Tigers shot in front to stay and Tasha Haynes picked up eight in the final quarter as they put the Surfriders away.

Amber Ehia had 12 points, Haynes 11 and Torralva 10 to lead a balanced McKinley attack, with Ehia and Haynes each hitting a pair of 3-pointers.

Tita Lopes was Kailua's high scorer with nine points.

McKinley	15	10	9	20-54
Kailua		8	5	4	10-27
McKinley: Marlie Queja 0, Patti Ishiki 4, Teri Lynn Madrona 0, Amber Ehia 12, Tasha Haynes 11, Chyloh Rodrigues 0, Brianne Ching 0, Uilani Hicks 0, Deena Young 0, Briana Ioane 2, Traci Torralva 10,

Pohai Lee 2, Anela Kimoto 5, Siliga Lakisa 8.Kailua: Dawnelle Nahinu 1, Kanani Piimauna 0, Ivena Baoy 2, Vanessa Johnson 6, Charlemagne Guzman 0, Amber Smith 0, Teisa Sekona 7, Christina Kalama 0, Michelle Isa 2, Iwa Sniffen 0, Tita Lopes 9, Haunani Martin 0.

JV score: McKinley 36, Kailua 18.

Roosevelt 54, Kalani 36:At Roosevelt, Jodi Nakashima hit four 3-pointers on the way to a 21- point effort, leading the Rough Riders past the Falcons in their season opener.

Tishya Cadiente added 13 points for Roosevelt. Jodi Segawa had 12 to lead Kalani.

Kalani		12	6	10	8-36
Roosevelt	16	16	15	7-54
Kalani: Lynn Yang 6, Jamie Seo 0, Dawna Zane 0, Tasha Kennedy 2, Ashley Takata 6, Brenda Has2, Jodi Segawa 12, Jovan Okamura 0, Nicole Paiva 8.

Roosevelt: Rei Young 4, Karli Taniguchi 0, Trisha Kadooka 5, Tracey Kobashigawa 4, Megan Fong 3, Tishya Cadiente 13, Jodi Nakashima 21, Jayme Nakamoto 4.

JV score: Roosevelt 46, Kalani 31.

Kalaheo 62, Kahuku 17: At Kahuku, the Mustangs opened their OIA title defense with a rout of the Red Raiders.

No other details were available.

JV score: Kalaheo 43, Kahuku 28.


St. Louis tops
University/HBA

At the Ala Wai Field, brothers Jandin and Jovaustin Murray-Thornton drove in a combined five runs to lead St. Louis over University/Hawaii Baptist, 19-2, yesterday in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball game.

The contest was stopped after five innings due to the 10-run rule. Chad Santos went 3-for-4 with three RBIs for the Crusaders, who broke a 1-1 tie with seven runs in the bottom of the second. Chaz Hirata drove in both of UH/HBA's runs.

UH/HBA		011	00-2	7	4
St. Louis	175	6x-19	19	0
Jeff Soronaka, Jarrett Walters (3) and Kyle Abe; Sean Paiva, Gerald Welch (5) and Joe Cabansag, Nick Tudisco (5).

Leading hitters_UHBA: Kyle Abe 2-3, 2b; Chaz Hirata 2-2, 2 RBI. SL: Jandin Thornton-Murray 2-4, 3 RBI; Chad Santos 3-4, 2 2b, 3 RBI; Jovaustin Murray-Thornton 2-3, 2 RBI; Kelvin Koverman 2-2, 2b, 2 RBI; Milton Grado 2-2, 2b, RBI.



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