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Wednesday, April 14, 1999


H A W A I I _P R E P _ S P O R T S



League leads St. Louis
past Iolani with one-hitter

Bullet ILH Boys Baseball
Bullet OIA Girls Basketball

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Brandon League held Iolani (7-2) to one hit as St. Louis (6-3) tightened the Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball race by shutting out the defending state champions, 9-0, at Ala Wai field.

League walked three and struck out nine in going the distance for St. Louis, which scored all but two of its runs on errors. Just one game separates the top four ILH teams heading into this Saturday's contests, which includes a 12:30 p.m. match-up between Iolani and Kamehameha (7-2) at Ala Wai field.

Iolani		000	000	0--0	1	4
St. Louis	323	010	x--9	6	2
Kanoa Fong, Erik Yamamoto (3), Ethan Wayne (5) Aaron Sasaki (6) and Travis Mitsuda, Kevin Akamine (6); Brandon League and Joe Cabansag. W--League L--Fong.

Leading Hitters--Iol: Kainoa Obrey 3b. StL: Jandin Thornton-Murray 2b; Jeremy Yoro 2-2, 3B.

Kamehameha 6, Maryknoll 5: At Joey DeSa Field, Kellan Briones' two-run homer with one out in the bottom of the seventh lifted the Warriors (7-2) over the Spartans (4-5).

Kevin Higa had a solo home run to lead Maryknoll. Paki Lum added a solo homer for Kamehameha.

Maryknoll	040	010	0--5	9	3
Kamehameha	003	010	2--6	6	2
Kevin Higa, Brian Li (2), Riley Maeda (4) and Mark Bagayas; Hubert Pruett, Bruce Simiona (2) and Regan Yokoi. W--Simiona. L--Maeda.

Leading hitters--Mrk: Kevin Higa 3-3, 2 RBI, solo HR; Christian Keliinoi 2-3, RBI. Kam: Paki Lum solo HR; Ikaika DuPonte 2-3, 2b, RBI; Kellan Briones 2-3, 2b, 2-run HR.

Punahou 16, UHBA 6: At Ala Wai Field, the Buffanblu (3-6) pounded UHBA (0-8) for 14 runs in the first three innings and went on to a five-inning, 10-run rule win with single runs in the final two innings.

Dainon Steiner drove in four runs -- two of them on a home run -- for Punahou, which was helped by six UHBA errors.

UHBA		060	00--6	8	6
Punahou		527	11--16	10	1
Chaz Hirata, Jeff Soranaka (1), Ty Sakaguchi (3) and Kyle Abe. Lance Yoshihara, Reid Matsushima (2), Kai Ostrem (5) and Chad Sakumoto. W--Matsushima L--Soranaka.

Leading Hitters--UHBA: Aaron Kano 2-3, 2 RBI. Pun: Keola Ane 3-3, 2b, 3 RBI; Dallas Nakashima 2-3, 3 RBI; Chad Sakumoto 2b, 2 RBI; Dainon Steiner 2-2, 2-run home run, 4 RBI.

Damien at Mid-Pacific: Score not reported

ILH Baseball

Varsity

 		W	L	Pct.	GB
Iolani		7	2	.777	--
Kamehameha	7	2	.777	--
Mid-Pacific	6	2	.750	-1/2
St. Louis	6	3	.667	1
Maryknoll	4	5	.444	3
Punahou		3	6	.333	4
Damien		2	6	.250	4-1/2
University/HBA	0	9	.000	7

Moanalua drops to 5-1

Rosemarie Kelly scored eight of her 14 points in the deciding fourth quarter as Nanakuli (5-1) defeated Moanalua (5-1), 48-41, in an Oahu Interscholastic Association girls' basketball game last night.

Moanalua	13	10	16	2--41
Nanakuli	10	10	9	19--48
Moanalua: Erin Chow 2, Marlo Daniels 2, Melody Matautia 2, Kimberly Morikawa 14, Chandel Santella 7, Mayumi Stevens 10, Jenelle Uyeda 0, Oneisha Walker 4.

Nanakuli: Rosemarie Kelly 14, Maricris Sierra 1, Shyla Ulangca 2, Kori Montez 14, Shaela Lew 7, Lahela Romena 4, Summer Victor 6, Mary Davis 0, Haunani Momoa 0.

JV score--Nanakuli 24, Moanalua 19.

Campbell 46, Waipahu 38:At Waipahu, the Sabers (4-3) outscored the Marauders (1-5), 10-2 in overtime to pull out the victory.

Campbell	12	3	6	15	10--46
Waipahu		11	6	8	11	2--38
Campbell: Christine Toro 0, Denise Domingo 5, Darnell Domingo 11, Raena Madeira 7, Michel Swenson-Suam 11, Melissa Lapastora 0, Jasmine Dias 4, Jolani Bobbitt 5, Tina Kalama 0, MMichelle Arneho 3, Lehua Kelii 0.

Waipahu: Chandrie Ramos 3, Natasha Keaunui 10, Renee Pecpec 9, Mariko Meana 0, Sheila Paguirigan 0, Erin Kobashigawa 2, Tiffany Dalida-Naehu 2, Christine Houghton 10, Savelina Satongiatau 2.

JV score--Campbell 30, Waipahu 20.

Mililani 33, Waianae 32:At Waianae, Jamie Morgan had 10 points to lead the Trojans (5-2) past the Seariders (1-6).

Mililani	11	10	8	4--33
Waianae		14	12	0	6--32
Mililani: Brandi Horikawa 3, Sharlyn Oshiro 4, Kayla Richie 7, Marie Jackson 5, Jennifer Cooper 0, Jennifer Jones 2, Uheina Tuihalasatai 0, Kimberly Shaner 0, Sauliloa Tuihalasatai 0, Pomai Potac-Ordenstein 2, Jamie Morgan 10.

Waianae: Cori Lum 0, Kaui Candelario 13, Janine Florence 0, Leona Williams 0, Rowena Opetaia 0, Shondell Donato 8, Hoku Hamili 4, Kawai Kahue 2, Kapua Kahue-Sylva 0, Merlinda Suka 5, Anitra Bullock 0.

JV score--Mililani 43, Waianae 31.

Radford 61, Waialua 17:At Waialua, Maellene Foki scored 13 points to lead the Rams (2-4) past the Bulldogs. (0-6).

Radford		16	15	14	16--61
Waialua		7	7	3	0--17
Radford: Jerusha Daver 0, Patricia Tokarek 0, Heather Massey 8, Natasha Rivera 4, Melissa Cordeiro 4, Evangeline Massey 6, Jasmine Brown 0, Shemika Thaxter 8, sheena Manicap 0, Kerri Coode 4, Sabrina Katesi 6, Jasmine Katesi 0, Esa Jones 8, Maellene Foki 13.

Waialua: Joanna Alfonsa 2, Paulette Dagupion 4, Crystal Lopez 1, Janice Marcos 0, Gunelle Garcia 0, Pesi Makisi 7, Michelle Garcia 3, Charlyn Rabena 0.

Kahuku 65, Kaiser 49:At Kahuku, Teisa Fotu scored 21 points to lead the Red Raiders (2-4) over the Cougars (1-5).

Kaiser		7	15	13	14--49
Kahuku		18	11	14	22--65
Kaiser: Harmoni Elliot 12, Sheri Ogata 2, Lindsie Shimizu 3, Samantha Ching 5, Brooke Masutai 4, Taryn Poon 0, Jasmine Yoshino 0, Tina Whittington 4, Jennifer Lee 11, Nanea Kamauoha 0, Tawny Hall 8.

Kahuku: Teivi Sorenson 4, Angie Soliai 9, Aukai Pearl 6, Lindsey Williams 6, Siki Suvuturaga 11, Betty Betham 6, Pualena Enos 2, Teisa Fotu 21, Alesi Tevaga 0.

JV score--Kaiser 23, Kahuku 19.

OIA Varsity Girls Basketball

Eastern Division

 		W	L	Pct.	GB
Kalaheo		5	0	1.000 	--
McKinley	4	1	.800	1
Kaimuki		4	1	.800	1
Farrington	3	2	.600	2
Castle		2	3	.400	3
Kalani		2	3	.400	3
Roosevelt	2	3	.400	3
Kahuku		2	4	.333	3-1/2
Kailua		1	4	.200	4
Kaiser		1	5	.125	4-1/2
Western Division

		W	L	Pct.	GB
Pearl City	6	0	1.000	--
Moanalua	5	1	.833	1
Nanakuli	5	1	.833	1
Mililani	5	2	.714	1-1/2
Aiea		3	3	.500	3
Campbell	4	3	.571	2-1/2
Leilehua	2	3	.400	3-1/2
Radford		2	4	.333	4
Waipahu		1	5	.125	5
Waianae		1	6	.143	5-1/2
Waialua		0	6	.000	6


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