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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, April 8, 1999

Aiea’s Correa
tosses no-hitter

Aiea's Kyle Correa pitched a no-hitter, striking out eight and walking one, as Na Alii trimmed visiting Campbell, 8-1, yesterday for their fourth Oahu Interscholastic Association victory without a loss.

Derek Akimoto went 4-for-4 with two runs batted in to lead the Aiea attack and Michael Ogawa also had two RBIs for Na Alii.

Campbell	010	000	0-1	0	3
Aiea		340	010	x-8	7	2
Eddie Tangjian, Leighton Tanioka (2), Chad Bailey (6) and Mike Cabral; Kyle Correa and Kirk Powell. W-Correa. L-Tangjian.

Leading hitters-Aiea: Derek Akimoto, 4-4, 2 RBIs; Michael Ogawa, 1-3, 2 RBIs.

Kalani 8, Kaimuki 2

At Kahala Park, Henri Berger homered and drove in two runs as the Falcons (2-0) downed the Bulldogs (0-2).

Kellen Muraoka scattered four hits and blanked Kaimuki over the last six innings.

Kaimuki		200	000	0-2	4	1
Kalani		302	120	x-8	10	2
Mike Koenigs, Fred Kaluna (4), and Randen Nishimura; Kellen Muraoka and Jeoffrey Sato. W-Muraoka. L-Koenigs.

Leading hitters-Kai: Tyrone Pausaga RBI; Kal: Keala-Joe Fujimori 3-3, 2 rs; Miles Yoshida 2-4, RBI; Henri Berger 2-3, 2 RBI, HR; Gert Koenigs 2-3, 2 RBI, 2b.

Kailua 15, Kahuku 1

At Kailua, Justin Lui drove in three runs with two doubles and Jon Torres added a homer to lead the Surfriders (2-0) over the Red Raiders (1-1)..

Kahuku		000	10- 1	4	1
Kailua		446	1x-15	16	1
B. Yoshibu, D. Kawakua (2) and T. Nakamura; David Horswill and Lopaka Burgess. W-Horswill. L-Yoshibu.

Leading hitters-Kah: B. Vendiola 2-2, 2b. Kai: Travis Teshima 2-3, Rodney Choy-Foo 3-3, 2 RBI, 4 runs; Jon Torres 2-2, HR, 3 rs; Justin Lui 3-3, 2 2b, 3 RBI, 3 rs; Kawika Kaita 2-2, 2 RBI, rs.

Kaiser 6, Roosevelt 5

At Stevenson Intermediate, Daniel Heu's two-out, bases-loaded single in the seventh inning scored Kaulana Kaapana and Travis Sato with what proved to be the winning runs as the Cougars (1-1) edged the Rough Riders (1-1).

Adrian Mols' second homer of the game - a solo shot in the bottom of the seventh - brought Roosevelt to within one but the Rough Riders could get no closer.

Kaiser		003	000	3-6	5	2
Roosevelt	000	400	1-5	8	3
Derek Yonamine, Kahana Kaapana (4), Landon Amoy (7) and Landon Amoy, John Kugisaki (7); Brandon Tanabe, Kukui Lucas (6) and Chad Kapanui.

W-Kaapana L-Lucas S-Amoy.

Leading Hitter-Roos: Adrian Mols 3-4, 2 HRs, 3 RBIs.

Pearl City 12, Radford 2

At Pearl City, Gavin Concepcion homered for one of the Chargers' 14 hits against the Rams.

Brandon Kameoka held Radford (1-3) to two hits. Jason Iwata drove in two runs and scored three for Pearl City (3-1).

Radford		000	20-2	2	2
Pearl City	107	04-12	14	2
Lopaka Kia, Robert Garrett (2), Matthew Hunter (3) and Kim Clarkson; Brandon Kameoka and Tyler Lee. W-Kameoka. L-Kia.

Leading hitters-PC: Tyler Lee 2-3, 2b; Jason Iwata 2-3, 3 rs, 2 RBI; Chad Yamamoto 3-4, 2b; Troy Yoshida 2-4, 2b; Jeremy Loo 2-3; Gavin Concepcion 2-3, HR, 2 RBI.

Mililani 20, Waialua 0

At Mililani, the Trojans (3-0) took advantage of seven errors by the Bulldogs (0-3) in a game called after four innings.

Waialua		000	0-0	2	7
Mililani	346	7-20	14	1
Kapono Zukevich, Denton Kadiz (3), Allen Rabang (4) and Robin McElreeth; Stephen Tarashita, Glen Deliz (5) and Bryce Watanabe, Tyler Aoki (4). W-Tarashita. L-Zukevich.

Leading hitters-Mil: Gavin Ng 2-3, 2b, 2 RBI; Colin Wagatsuma 2-3, 2 RBI; Bryce Watanabe 2-3, 2 RBI; Wayde Murata 2-3; Keola Casima 2-2.

Waianae 8, Waipahu 4

At Waianae, Keoki Pelles, Alvin Sabagala and Peter Sarono drove in two runs apiece as the Seariders improved to 3-1. Joseph Moananu homered for the Marauders (2-2).

Waipahu		001	002	1-4	6	4
Waianae		000	332	x-8	6	3
Joseph Moananu, Mike Menor (5) and Cedric Crisostomo; Kelii Lopes, Akaniao Kozeniewski (7) and Peter Sarono. W-Lopes. L- Moananu.

Leading hitters-Waip: Mike Menor, 2-3; Joseph Moananu, solo HR. Waian: Keoki Pelles, 2-4, HR; Peter Sarono, 2-3, 2b, 2 RBIs; Alvin Sabagala, 2 RBIs.

LEILEHUA 12, NANAKULI 2

At Nanakuli, Daniel Sakigawa drove in three runs and scored three, helping the Mules (2-2) down the Golden Hawks (1-2).

Leilehua	202 030 5--12 13 3
Nanakuli	100 001 0 --2  5 4
Brandon Taylor and Jay Batista; Herman Asinsin, Jinius Wong (5) and Matt Flanagan. W--Taylor. L--Asinsin.

Leading hitters--Lei: Jay Batista, 3-4, 2 2b; Daniel Sekigawa, 3-3, 2 2b, 3 RBIs; Mark Soriano, HR, 3 RBIs; Kyle Oroku, 3-4, 2 RBIs. Nan: Eugene Winchester, 2-3, 2 2b.

Kalaheo 13, Farrington 1

At Kalaheo, two-run doubles by Nalei Sooto and Ikaika Hollinger keyed a nine-run salvo by the Mustangs in the first inning.

Neil Sullivan also doubled in two runs for Kalaheo (1-1). The Govs are 0-2.

Farrington	010	00-1	3	5
Kalaheo		912	1x-13	8	1
Keopele Pedro, Richard Largo (1) and Shaun Tabil; Kalani Rodenhurst, Chase Woods (2) and Nalei Sooto. W-Woods. L-Pedro.

Leading hitters-Kal: Ikaika Hollinger, 1-2, 2b, 2 RBIs; Nalei Sooto, 1-3, 2b, 2 RBIs; Neil Sullivan, 1-3, 2b, 2 RBIs.

Castle 18, McKinley 8

At McKinley, the Knights banged out 19 hits on the way to their second win in as many games.

Five errors also hurt the Tigers (0-2).

Castle		451	44-18	19	2
McKinley	005	21-8	5	5
Colunga, Haugen (3) and Kimura, Namba (3); Ogata, Nepo (3) and Bautista. W-Haugen. L- Ogata.

Leading hitters-Cas: Janicki, 4-5, 2b; Kaneshiro, 3-3; Bonilla, 2-3. McK: Igawa, 2-3, 2b.



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