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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Saturday, April 10, 1999

Stevens helps Menehune
girls stay unbeaten

Mayumi Stevens scored nine of her game-high 20 points during a 15-2 third-quarter run and the Moanalua Menehunes (5-0) held off a late charge by the Waianae Seariders (1-5) to win, 42-36, in Oahu Interscholastic Association girls basketball last night at Moanalua.

The win keeps Moanalua tied with Pearl City for the OIA West lead. Shondell Donato led Waipahu with 15 points.

Waianae		8	11	2	15-36
Moanalua	11	9	16	6-42
Waianae: Shondell Donato 15, Angel Hopeau 3, Kawai Kahue 3, Kaui Candelario 9, Hoku Maili 4, Leona Williams 0, Cori Lum 2, Kapua Kahue-Sylva 0, Anitra Bullock 0, Ha'a Miller 0, Merlina Suka 0.

Moanalua: Gina Carmen 4, Erin Chow 2, Marlo Daniels 5, Melody Matatautia 5, Kimberlee Morikawa 4, Chandel Santella 0, Mayumi Stevens 20, Jenelle Uyeda 2, Oneshia Walker 0.

3-pointers-Wai: Donato 1. Moa: Stevens 2.

JV-Moanalua 34, Waianae 31

Nanakuli 53, Waipahu 22

At Nanakuli, the Golden Hawks (4-1) opened the game with a 22-0 run, including eight by Rosemarie Kelly, downing the Marauders (1-4).

Marycris Sierra led Nanakuli with 10 points. Waipahu was led by Renee Pecpec's 10 points.

Waipahu		0	6	11	5-22
Nanakuli	12	20	3	18-53
Waipahu: Chandrie Ramos 0, Natasha Keaunui 0, Renee Pecpec 10, Mariko Meana 0, Sheila Paguirigan 3, Erin Kobashigawa 1, Tiffany Daliba Naehu 0, Christine Houghton 6, Savelina Fatongiatau 2.

Nanakuli: Rosemarie Kelly 8, Leilani Randall 1, Marycris Sierra 10, Shyla Ulangca 2, Kori Montez 16, Shaela Lew 2, Lahela Romena 3, Summer Victor 1, Mary Davis 2, Haunani Momoa 8.

Kamehameha 52, University 25

At Kekuhaupi'o Gym, Kealani Kimball scored 11 points in the first half and the Warriors (6-0) cruised to a 35-10 halftime in finishing the first-round undefeated against the Junior Rainbows (0-6).

Kamehameha	14	21	7	10-52
University	7	3	3	12-25
Kamehameha: Ashley Ruff 4, Uila Crabbe 2, Courtney Chai 0, Beth Nakamura 4, Ashley DeSilva 2, Mandy Ki-aha 3, Raelen Self 5, Draeann Self 5, Tai Foo 6, Kealani Kimball 11, Katannya Kapeli 6, Traci Bush 2, Karlel Crowley 0, Noelle Russell 2.

University: Aloha Yamaguchi 0, Iolani Morikami 6, Shalei Lumpkin 0, Jeanel Souza 0, Christina Ciacci 7, Kecia Wong 0, Bri Tsukamoto 0, Renee Au Young 0, Karlee Kailiahu 2, Janeen Waialae 10, Jasmine Tua 0, Jennifer Heath 0.

3-pointers-Kam: Mandy Ki-aha, Raelen Self, Draeann Self.

Maryknoll 43, Mid-Pacific 27

At Damien, the Spartans (5-1) took advantage of the Owls' early foul trouble and took control with a 7-0 run to open the second quarter.

Nabosa Basse scored seven of her team-high 11 points in the first half and Denby Fukuda had seven of her nine before intermission. Mid-Pac (2-4) was led by Ashley Watamura's 14.

Mid Pacific	4	4	13	6-27
Maryknoll	10	14	8	11-43
Mid Pacific: Erika Sayson 0, Jessica Eji 5, Brenda Bauer 0, Ashley Watamura 14, Christina Hee 8, Mesahn Chun 0.

Maryknoll: Elizabeth Kam 2, Shayne Enright 5, Kanani Medeiros 2, Shannon Riley 1, Michelle

Gabriel 9, Denby Fukuda 9, Kainoa Fialowiski 4, Nabossa Basse 11.

3-pointers-Mary: Michelle Gabriel.

Punahou 61, Iolani 47

At Punahou, Estee Okumura scored eight of the Buffanblu's 31 first-half points as the defending state champions defeated the Raiders (2-4).

Okumura finished with 17 points while Malia Durand and Milia Macfarlane each had 12 for Punahou (4-2). Point guard Monica Tokoro scored 24 points - 12 in each half - to led Iolani.

Iolani		4	13	9	21-47
Punahou		16	15	18	12-61
Iolani: Tricia Nishimoto 8, Cacy Nekoba 2, Monica Tokoro 24, Kari Hayashi 0, Janna Young 3, Noelle Izumi 0, Shayna Higa 2, Kristen Masunaga 0, Keri Tomomitsu 0, Christina Demetropolis 4, Elyssa Street 1, Mitzi Ing 0, Momi Markus 2, Ine Samia 0, Rachel Faleafine 1.

Punahou: Christen Zoccolante 0, Rebecca Lee 4, Wendy Takeguchi 2, Chanel Kealoha 0, Malia Durand 12, Jennifer Androus 2, Susan Wherry 4, Milia Macfarlane 12, Caroline Ane 6, Mia Moe 0, Estee Okumura 17, Christine Wilson 2, Lauren Yamada 0.

3-pointers-Iol: Janna Young 1. Pun: Milia Macfarlane 1.

St Francis 41, La Pietra 16

Jackie Caballaro scored five of her eight points in the first half and the Troubadours (7-0) finished the first round of ILH Division II play unbeaten against La Pietra (5-2).

St. Francis	13	6	11	11-41
La Pietra	6	5	1	4-16
St. Francis: Malena Feeney 4, Kahikina Whittle 0, Jamie Strapple 6, Jackie Caballero 8, Deeann Nahale 0, Stacey Doran 2, Joanne Howard 4, Tiffany Asuncion 4, Chelsey Correa 0, Paea Williams 0, Liz Narkon 6, Jamila Jarmon 7.

La Pietra: Lisa Cassity 4, Dawn Yonamine 1, Lauren Cassity 1, Meg Gavigan 0, Brandey Han 6, Tiani Veltri 0, Ali Jessel 0, Kristie Han 0, Jen Harding 4.

3-pointers-StF: Jackie Caballero 2.

ILH Varsity girls basketball

Division I

		W	L	Pct.	GB
Kamehameha	6	0	1.000	--
Maryknoll	5	1	.833	1
Punahou		4	2	.667	2
Iolani		2	4	.333	4
Mid-Pacific	2	4	.333	4
Sacred Hearts	2	4	.333	4
University	0	6	.000	6
Division II

		W	L	Pct.	GB
St. Francis	7	0	1.000	--
Hawaii Baptist	5	1	.833	1-1/2
La Pietra	5	2	.714	2
Punahou		4	3	.571	3
Kamehameha	2	4	.333	4-1/2
St. Andrew’s	2	4	.333	4-1/2
Iolani	1		6	.143	6
Maryknoll	0	6	.000	6-1/2
Tapa

Trojans top Na Alii

Keola Cassamina scattered five hits and struck out eight over 6-2/3 innings and the Mililani Trojans (4-0) romped past Aiea's Na Alii (4-1), 11-3, in a battle of the unbeaten OIA West baseball leaders yesterday at Mililani .

Danny Watkins drove in four runs and Wayde Murata added two RBI as Mililani took over the West lead by a half-game.

Aiea		000	021	0-3	5	1
Mililani	230	015	x-11	13	1
Derek Akimoto, Adrien Williams (5) and Kirk Powell; Keola Casamina, Jeff Arizumi (7), and Bryce Watanabe. W-Cassamina L-Akimoto.

Leading hitters-Mil: Danny Watkins 3-4, 3b, 4 RBI; Wayde Murata 2-2, 2b, 3b, 2 RBI; Gavin Ng 2-3, 3 rs; Andrew Villegas 2-3.



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