Star-Bulletin Sports


Wednesday, April 21, 1999


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



Kamehameha keeps
perfect record intact

Iolani maintains edge

Star-Bulletin staff

Tapa

Raelen Self scored eight of her 11 points and Mandy Kiaha scored all seven of her points in the final quarter as Kamehameha defeated Maryknoll, 56-36, in Interscholastic League of Honolulu basketball yesterday at Kekuhaupi'o Gym.

Kealanai Kimball led the Warriors (8-0) with 15 points and Katannya Kapeli added 13. Michelle Gabriel scored 11 points for the Spartans (7-2).

Maryknoll	7	10	9	10-36
Kamehameha	8	14	13	21-56
Maryknoll: Elizabeth Kam 0, Shayne Enright 0, Kanani Medeiros 3, Shannon Riley 6, Michelle Gabriel 11, Denby Fukuda 3, Kainoa Fialowski 7, Nabossa Basse 6.

Kamehameha: Ashley DeSilva 6, Mandy Kiaha 7, Raelen Self 11, Draeann Self 0, Tai Soo 4, Kealani Kimball 15, Katannya Kapeli 13, Traci Bush 0, Karlel Crowley 0, Noelle Russell 0.

3-pointers-Mrykl: Gabriel. Kam: Kapeli, Kiaha, R. Self.

MID PACIFIC 59, UNIVERSITY 41

At Mid-Pacific, Christina Hee scored 13 of her 21 points in the deciding fourth quarter to help the Owls (3-6) beat the Junior Rainbows (0-3).

Ashley Watamura added 13 points for Mid-Pacific, which outscored UHS, 28-15, in the final period. The Junior 'Bows were led by Iolani Morikami's 12 points.

University	10	4	12	15-41
Mid-Pacific	11	12	8	28-59
University: Aloha Yamaguchi 3, Iolani Morikami 12, Shalie Lumpkin 0, Christina Ciacci 8, Jasmin Tua 8, Keeia Wong 0, Bri Sukimoto 0, Rene Auyoung 7, Carlee Kailiehu 3, Janeen Waialee 0, Jennifer Heath 0.

Mid-Pacific: Kristi Hamada 0, Rosella Leonhardt 2, Kimberly Hee 3, Erika Sayson 4, Stephanie Toshi 8, Ashley Watamura 13, Jean Kasamoto 0, Christina Hee 21, Megahn Chun 8.

3-pointers-UHS: Yamaguchi 1. MPI: Kimberly Hee 1.

IOLANI 50, SACRED HEARTS 42

At Iolani, Kari Hayashi scored 12 points and the Raiders (4-5) held on against the Lancers (2-6).

Monica Tokoro added 10 ponts for Iolani. Carlene Hardin led Sacred Hearts with 10.

Sacred Hearts	7	11	8	16-42
Iolani		14	9	10	17-50
Sacred Hearts: Tara Lynch 9, Mandy Sato 0, Nicole Inouye 0, Malia Seles 5, Britney Aiwohi 5, Sandi Okada 5, Carlene Hardin 10, Pua Reis 2, Keala Dolfo 4, Samantha Alapa 2, Ka"ui Miranda 0.

Iolani: Trisha Nishimoto 6, Kacy Nekoba 2, Monica Tokoro 10, Kari Hayashi 12, Janna Young 0, Noelle Izumi 0, Shayna Higa 4, Kristin Masunaga 9, Keri Tomomitsu 2, Elyssa Street 0, Mitzi Ing 1, Momi Markus 0, Rachel Faleafine 4.

3-point goals-SHA: Hardin, Okada.

OIA Girls

NANAKULI 46, LEILEHUA 42

At Leilehua, Rosemarie Kelly scored 11 of her game-high 18 points in the second half, including hitting five free throws in the final quarter, as the Golden Hawks (7-1) held off the Mules (3-5).

Sequoya Stokes led Leilehua with 13 points.

Nanakuli	12	10	11	13-46
Leilehua	8	8	11	15-42
Nanakuli: Rosemarie Kelly 18, Maricris Sierra 9, Shyla Ulangca 2, Kori Montez 7, Shaela Lew 6, Lahela Romena 0, Summer Victor 1, Mary Davis 0, Haunani Momoa 3.

Leilehua: Melody Hanson 0, Kehaulani Gamponia 8, Kayla Kahuli 9, Sequoya Stokes 13, Heather Liveing-Macdonald 2, Shavonn Okamura 7, Jessica Percoco 0, Rheanne Grogg 0, Te-Hina Ickes 1, Freida Tauvela 2.

3-point goals-Nan: Montez. Lei: Kahuli.

JV score-Leilehua 25, Nanakuli 23.

PEARL CITY 41, MOANALUA 37

At Moanalua, Cheryl Villarmia hit both ends of a one-and-one with less that 30 seconds left and the Chargers (8-0) held off a late charge by the Menehunes (6-2).

Pearl City appeared to take control, using a 12-5 run in the third quarter to take a 32-24 lead. But Moanalua rallied to close to within 39-37 before Villarmia's free throws iced the game.

Villarmia finished with 14 points and Momilani Monis added 11. Mayumi Stevens scored a game-high 16 for the Menehunes.

Pearl City	16	4	12	9-41
Moanalua	8	11	5	13-37
Pearl City: Tricia Ejima 2, Laurie Ching 0, Rachel Lacar 4, Marleen Yin 2, Militana Monis 4, Cheryl Villarmia 14, Elishanna Piris 2, Momilani Monis 11, Navilla Navarrete 2, Andrea Kaupua 0, April Atkinson 0.

Moanalua: Erin Chow 4, Marlo Daniels 0, Brianna Huddy 0, Melody Matautia 2, Kimberlee Morikawa 5, Chandel Santella 10, Mayumi Stevens 16, Jenelle Uyeda 0, Oneshia Walker 0.

3-point goals-Moa: Morikawa.

JV score-Pearl City 19, Moanalua 16.

WAIPAHU 42, RADFORD 36

At Waipahu, Sheila Paguirigan scored 11 points, including two critical 3-pointers, as the Marauders (2-6) rallied past the Rams (2-7).

Christine Houghton scored 10 points for Waipahu, which outscored Radford, 13-6, in the final quarter. Jasmine Kapesi led the Rams with 10 points.

Radford		8	11	11	6-36
Waipahu		14	6	9	13-42
Radford: Jerusha Weaver 0, Heather Massey 6, Natasha Rivera 5, Melissa Cordero 0, Evangeline Massey 4, Shenika Thaxter 2, Kerri Code 1, Sabrina Kapesi 0, Jasmine Kapesi 10, Kiesa Jones 0, Maellene Foki 8.

Waipahu: Chandrie Ramos 0, Natasha Keaunui 7, Renee Pecpec 6, Mariko Meana 0, Sheila Paguirigan 11, Erin Kobashigawa 0, Tiffany Dalida-Naehu 8, Christine Houghton 10, Savelina Fatongiatau 0.

3-point goals-Rad: H. Massey. Waip: Paguirigan 2, Dalida-Naehu.

JV score-Waipahu 2, Radford 0 (forfeit)

MILILANI 89, WAIALUA 15

At Mililani, Kayla Richie scored 16 points and the Trojans (6-2) routed the Bulldogs (0-8).

Marie Jackson added 10 for Mililani, which jumped to a 28-3 lead after one quarter and never looked back.

Waialua		3	9	0	3-15
Mililani	28	14	23	24-89
Waialua: Joanna Arfanta 3, Floralyn Dagupion 0, Michelle Fore 0, Junelle Garcia 0, Crystalen Lopez 0, Ilisapesi Makisi 11, Janice Marcos 0, Kristin Page 0, Charlyn Rabena 1.

Mililani: Jennifer Cooper 8, Brandi Horikawa 7, Marie Jackson 10, Jennifer Jones 6, Jaime MOrgan 9, Pomai Patoo-Ordenstein 8, Kayla Richie 16, Sauliloa Tuihalafatai 6, Uhaine Tuihafafatai 7.

3-point goals-Wai: Makisi 1.

AIEA 49, WAIANAE 42

At Aiea, Aritta Lane scored 11 points and Na Alii (6-3) held off the stubborn Seariders (1-8).

Angel Hopeau led Waianae with 14 points.

Waianae		10	9	16	7-42
Aiea		6	9	21	9-49
Waianae: Anitra Bullock 0, Kaui Candelario 9, Shondell Donato 5, Hokulana Hamili 2, Angel Hopeau 14, Giovana Kahue 6, Corinthia Lum 0, Rowena Opetaia 2, Kapu Kahue Sylva 0, Leona Williams 2.

Aiea: Keesha Aldridge 8, Tara Higa 2, Lauren Ho 8, Aritta Lane 11, Nadine Manangan 0, Tiffani Seiki 1, Joelle Sugai 6, Cheren Tsachenko 0, Stephanie Vannatta 0, Ashley Watanabe 2, Kylee Nakamura 9.

3-point goals-Wai: Hopeau 1, Candalario 1.

JV score-Aiea 36, Waianae 16.


Iolani maintains its
edge in ILH

Star-Bulletin staff

Tapa

Brent Wong and Kanoa Fong combined to pitch a three-hitter as Iolani maintained its half-game lead in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball race by beating Punahou, 8-2, yesterday at Ala Wai Field.

Doug Jackson and Tyler Imura both drove in two runs apiece for the defending state champion Raiders (9-2). The Buffanblu are 4-8.

Iolani		000 402 2-8 13 0
Punahou		000 200 0-2  3 0
Brent Wong, Kanoa Fong (4) and Travis Matsuda; Kai Austin, Larry Burgess (6) and Chad Sakumoto. WP-Wong. LP-Austin.

Leading hitters-Iol: Doug Jackson 2-4, 2 RBI; Tyler Imura 2-4, 2b, 2 RBI; Kainoa Obrey 2-2, RBI; Blaine Umeda 3-4, 3b; Jason Teruya 2-4, RBI.

ST. LOUIS 10, DAMIEN 0

At Ala Wai Field, Jeremy Yoro drove in three runs and the Crusaders (9-3) stayed within a half-game of Iolani by shutting out the Monarchs (2-9) in a game called after five innings.

Damien		000 00- 0 3 2
St. Louis	105 03-10 5 0
Kyle Abe, Bobby Haruno (3) and Marshall Sebay, Ricky Yagi (5); Sean Paiva, Joe Cabansag (5) and Nick Cadisco.

WP-Paiva. LP-Abe.

Leading hitters-StL: Jeremy Yoro 2-3, 3b, 3 RBI.

KAMEHAMEHA 18, UHBA 5

At Joey DeSa Field, Kellen Briones drove in eight runs, including four on a grandslam, as the Warriors (9-3) blitzed University/Hawaii Baptist (1-10) in a game called after five innings due to the 10-run rule.

Isaac Bancaco drove in four runs on two doubles for Kamehameha, which stayed a half-game behind Iolani.

Kamehameha	953 01-18 13 1
UHBA		041 00- 5  5 3
Ekolu Smith, Brandon Kahale (3), Alika Minami (5) and Regan Yokoi, Kai Yamashita (3); Brant Yonemoto, Shareef Wang (1), Troy Okada (1), Matt Baninski (2) and Kyle Abe. W-Kahale. L-Yonemoto.

Leading hitters-Kam: Kellen Briones, 2-2, grandslam HR, 8 RBI; Ikaika Ng, 2-2, 3b, 2 RBI; Alika Kuraoka, 2-2, 2b; R. Yokoi, 2-3; Isaac Bancaco, 2-4, 2 2bs, 4 RBI. UHBA: Kevin Yamada, 3b, 2 RBIs.

MARYKNOLL 7, MID-PACIFIC 4

At Mid-Pacific, Kalvin Higa homered and drove in three runs as the Spartans (4-6) upset the Owls (7-4).

Maryknoll	000 322 0-7 12 3
Mid-Pacific	000 120 1-4  8 3
Jared Tsukamoto, Reily Maeda (5) and Mark Bagayas; Ricky Bauer, Nathan Kabei (4), Eric Lum (5), Ryan Lee (6) and Jacob Flick. W-Tsukamoto. L-Bauer.

Leading hitters-Mrkl: Kalvin Higa, 3-4, 2b, HR, 3 RBIs; Bagayas, 3-4, 3b; Roy Dunlap, 4-4, 2b; Christian Keliinio, 2-3, 2 2bs, 2 RBIs. MPI: Jerrett Kuwahara, 2-4.



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