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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, April 1, 1999

Clutch shooting helps
Kaimuki beat Kaiser

Danica Lange hit two free throws with less than a minute to play as Kaimuki beat Kaiser, 31-27, in an Oahu Interscholastic Association girls' basketball last night at the Cougars' gym.

Lange's free throws put the Bulldogs up by three. Jen Kelley iced the game by hitting the first end of a one-and-one with 15 seconds left.

Kaimuki	9 4 8 10-31
Kaiser	5 3 13 6-27
Kaimuki: Elizabeth Otto 0, Jaime Reyes 13, Sarah Hussey 0, Raquel Santiago 0, Tracy Nomura 0, Danica Lange 8, Nicole Kaaina 0, Wendy Miyashiro 0, Rachel Hussey 0, Jen Kelley 5, Tahra 3, Cheriesse Shiroma 2, Heather Fereira 0.

Kaiser: Harmoni Elliott 0, Sheri Ogata 5, Lindsey Shimizu 2, Samantha Ching 0, Brooke Matsutani 8, Tawny Hall 2, Karen Poon 0, Jasmine Yoshino 0, Tina Whittington 0, Jennifer Lee 10, Nanea Kamauoha 0.

3-pointers-Kais: Sheri Ogata 1.

Kalaheo 76, Roosevelt 22: Brandy Richardson scored 10 of her points in the first quarter and 12 of her 17 points in the first half to spark the Mustangs.

Kalaheo		25 17 15 19-76
Roosevelt	 3  4  5 10-22
Kalaheo: Michelle Quintana 0, Tiffany Jackson 2, Kate Mellinger 7, Brandy Richardson 17, Jenn Conner 14, Cheyene Ringler 6, Sharon Wahinekapu 4, Natasha Lagapa 5, Alberta Lui 2, Ilima Ah Nee 0, Marla Gladstone 7, Sherrine Kanahele 3, Nicole Furtado 3, Heather Gonsalves 6.

Roosevelt: Rei Young 0, Karli Taniguchi 0, Trisha Kagooka 2, Tracey Kobashigawa 0, Megan Fong 4, Tishya Cadiente 5, Jodi Nakashima 10, Jayme Nakamoto 1.

3-pointers-Kal: Nicole Furtado 1. Roos: Tishya Cadiente 1, Jodi Nakashima 1.

Castle 39, Kailua 21: Jasmine Hillen scored all seven of her points off a third-quarter press to lead the Knights (1-2) over the Surfriders (0-3).

Ali Mao led Kailua with 10 points and Teisa Sekona paced Kailua with 7.

Kailua	3  8  6  4-21 
Castle	10 2 14 13-39
Kailua: Dawnelle Nahinu 5, Kanani Piimauna 1, Ivena Armand Dacey 3, Vanessa Johnson 0, Charlamagne Guzman 0, Amber Smith 4, Teisa Sekona 7, Christina Kalama 0, Michelle Isa 1, Iwa Suiffen 0, Tita Lopes 0, Mannani Martin 0.

Castle: Gayle Gumayaguy 3, Ali Mao 10, Kea Yamaguchi 1, Rena Tomlinson 0, Megan Wong 1, Christina Takanishi 0, Jo Sepuluna 2, Jasmine Hillen 7, Kalei Correa 0, Shyla Santos 1, Mari Kitagawa 2, Leatrice Galicinao 0, Sheila Sarsuelo 2, Jenny Laimana 2, Nicole Uperesa 8.

3-pointers-Hillen.

McKinley 60, Kahuku 39: Amber Ehia had four 3-pointers and 28 points as the Tigers beat the Red Raiders. Siki Suguturaga scored 15 for Kahuku.

Kahuku		7 2 12 18-39
McKinley	8 19 18 15-60
Kahuku: Jasmine Pearl 3, Teizi Sorenson 4, Angie Soliai 2, Lindsey Williams 5, Betty Betham 6, Siki Suguturaga 15, Teisa Fotu 4, Tiare Boon 0, Paulena Enos 0.

McKinley: Marie Queja 0, Patti Ishiki 7, Terilynn Madrona 0, Amber Ehia 28, Pasha Haynes 4, Chyloh Rodrigues 0, Brianne Ching 1, Uilani Hicks 0, Deena Young 0, Briana Ioane 0, Traci Torralva 14, Pohai Lee 2, Fili Lakisa 4.

3-point goals-Kahuku 2 (Williams, Suguturaga). McKinley 4 (Ehia 4).

In the Interscholastic League of Honolulu:

Maryknoll 44, Iolani 40: Michelle Gabriel had 14 points and Nabassa Basse had 11 as the Spartans beat the Raiders.

Maryknoll	10 13 11 10-44
Iolani		12  6  9 13-40
Maryknoll: Elisabeth Kam 2, Shayne Enright 2, Kanani Medeiros 0, Shannon Riley 3, Michelle Gabriel 14, Denby Fukuda 5, Kainoa Fialuski 7, Nabassa Basse 11.

Iolani: Trisha Nishimoto 0, Kacy Necoba 4, Monica Tokoro 16, Kari Hayashi 3, Noelle Izumi 7, Kristin Matsunaga 8, Keri Tomomitsu 0, Elyssa Street 2, Rachel Faleafine 0, Saline Samia 0.


Prep Baseball

Mililani turns back Campbell

Danny Watkins had a two-run double as Mililani edged Campbell, 7-6, in an Oahu Interscholastic Association baseball game yesterday at the Trojans' field.

Campbell	013 200 000-6 15 9
Mililani	020 000 401-7  5 2
Keoni Kapana and Mike Cabral; Wade Szameitat, Jeff Arizumi (4), Derek Costigan (7) and Bryce Watanabe. W-Costagan. L-Kapana.

Leading hitters-Cam: Jaime Rabino 4-4, 2b, RBI; Glen Baker 3-4, HR, 2 RBI; Joe Schnablegger 2-4, 2 2b, 2 RBI; Bryce Miyashiro 2-4, 2b. Mil: Colin Wagatsuma 2-4; Danny Watkins 1-4, 2b, 2 RBI.

Aiea 15, Leilehua 1: Michael Ogawa had two hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs for Na Alii in a game shortened to five innings because of the 10-run rule.

Leilehua	000 01- 1  3 2
Aiea		447 0X-15 11 0
Kyle Oroku, Jay Baptista (3), Cheyne Todani (3), and William Clifton; Casey Onaga, Ross Tanaka (5) and Kirk Powell, Paul Yoshida (4). W-Onaga. L-Oroku.

Leading hitters-Lei: Daniel Sekigawa 2-2, RBI. Aiea: Michael Ogawa 2-2, HR, 2 RBI; Derek Akimoto 3-3, 2 2b, 3 RBI.

Radford 11, Waialua 4: Ryan Campbell and Jacob Sur each had two hits as the Rams beat the Bulldogs.

Radford	022 223 0-11 8 0
Waialua	001 020 1- 4 7 7
Lopaca Kia, Jacob Sur (4) and Tim Clarkson; Allen Rabang, Kapono Zukevich (5) and Ikaika Soares, Jacob Delacruz (5). WP-Kia. LP-Rabang.

Leading hitters_Rad: Ryan Campbell 2-5, Jacob Sur 2-4, 2b, RBI; Eugene Foki 1-1, 2b, RBI. Waia: Allen Rabang 2-4, RBI; Denton Cadiz 3-3, 2 RBI.

Waianae 10, Moanalua 4: Seven errors by the Menehune helped the Seariders break open a close game.

With the score tied, 2-2, in fourth inning, Waianae's Peter Sarono was hit by a pitch, stole second and scored on a two-base throwing error on Kamuela Westbrook's grounder. Westbrook later scored from second on another throwing error on Kaukani Kamai's grounder.

Moanalua	020 100 1- 4 6 7
Waianae		200 233 x-10 8 1
Bradley Badua, John Carr (5) and Bret Sugiyama; Clifford Cabral, Kelii Lopes (3), Keoki Telles (4) and Peter Sarono. W-Telles. L-Badua.

Leading hitters-Moan: Bucky Nakachi 3b; James Strombach 2b. Waian: Kamuela Westbrook, 2-3, 2b; Keoki Telles, 2-4; Clifford Cabral, 2b.



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