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By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, April 28, 1999

Pearl City remains perfect

Maryknoll wins with comeback

Star-Bulletin staff

Tapa

Momilani Monis scored eight of her 14 points in the second quarter as host Pearl City (10-0) outscored Radford, 22-8, to take a commanding 33-16 halftime lead on their way to a 64-45 victory in Oahu Interscholastic Association girls' basketball action last night.

Pearl City's Cheryl Villarmia led all scorers with 20.

Radford		8	8	10	19--45
Pearl City	11	22	17	14--64
Radford: Jerusha Weaver 0, Heather Massey 4, Natasha Rivera 2, Melissa Cordero 10, Jasmine Brown 0, Shemika Thaxter 6, Sheena Manicap 0, Keri Coode 0, Sabrina Kapesi 8, Kiesa Jones 3, Maellene Foki 12.

Pearl City: Tricia Ejima 2, Laurie Ching 1, Rachel Lacar 8, Mililani Monis 13, Cheryl Villarmia 20, Elishanna Piris 0, Momilani Monis 14, Chastine Correa 2, Val Navarrete 0, Kanani Kaopua 0, Hoonani Kahoopii 0, April Atkinson 4.

3-point goals--Rad: Kapesi 2, Cordero, Foki, Jones.

JV score--Pearl City 41, Radford 27.

Leilehua 40, Waipahu 36

At Waipahu, Sequoya Stokes (12) and Shavonn Okamura (11) combined for 23 points to lead the Mules over the Marauders.

Leilehua	7	14	8	11--40
Waipahu		14	3	10	9--36
Leilehua: Melody Hanson 0, Kehaulani Gamponia 0, Kayla Kahuli 8, Sequoya Stokes 12, Heather Liveing-MacDonald 1, Shavonn Okamura 11, Jessica Percoco 0, Rheanne Grogg 0, Te-Hina Ickes 5, Freida Tauvela 3.

Waipahu: Chandrie Ramos 5, Natasha Keaunui 10, Renee Pecpec 6, Suitupe Faumui 0, Mariko Meana 0, Sheila Paguirigan 6, Erin Kobashigawa 3, Tiffany Dalida-Naehu 0, Christine Houghton 6, Save Fatongiatau 0.

3-point goals--Lei: Kahuli. Waip: Paguirigan, Pecpec.

JV score--Leilehua 35, Waipahu 29.

Moanalua 48, Campbell 22

At Moanalua, Kimberlee Morikawa scored eight of her game-high 12 points in the first quarter, as the Menehunes jumped out to a 19-6 lead over the Sabers and never looked back.

Campbell	6	3	8	5--22
Moanalua	19	11	11	7--48
Campbell: Christine Toro 1, Leslie Santos 4, Denise Domingo 4, Raena Madeira 0, Michel Swenson-Suan 6, Melissa Lapastora 0, Jasmine Dias 5, Jolani Bobbit 2, Tina Kalama 0, Michelle Arneho 0, Darnell Domingo 0, Lehua Kelii 0, Dawn Bolo 0.

Moanalua: Gina Carmon 2, Erin Chow 0, Marlo Daniels 1, Brianna Huddy 7, Melody Matautia 3, Kimberlee Morikawa 12, Chandel Santella 3, Mayumi Stevens 9, Jenelle Uyeda 4, Oneshia Walker 7.

3-point goals--Moa: Morikawa, Stevens.

Nanakuli 45, Mililani 34

At Mililani, the Golden Hawks used a balanced scoring attack and overcame a seven-point halftime deficit with a 28-10 second half in beating the Trojans.

Nanakuli	5	12	10	18--45
Mililani	9	15	4	6--34
Nanakuli: Rosemarie Kelly 7, Maricris Sierra 2, Shyla Ulangca 7, Kori Montez 9, Shaela Lew 5, Lahela Romena 5, Summer Victor 2, Mary Davis 4, Haunani Momoa 4.

Mililani: Brandi Horikawa 0, Sharlyn Oshiro 4, Kyla Richie 10, Marie Jackson 4, Jennifer Cooper 2, Jennifer Jones 0, Uheina Tuihalafatai 6, Kimberly Shaner 0, Sau Tuihalafatai 0, Pomai Patoc-Ordenstein 4, Jaime Morgan 4.

3-point goals--Nan: Ulangca.

JV score--Mililani 29, Nanakuli 26.

Waianae 42, Waialua 14

At Waianae, Angel Hopeau scored eight of her game-high 10 points in the first quarter, helping the Seariders to an early 20-4 lead over the Bulldogs that they would never relinquish.

Waialua		4	4	5	1--14
Waianae		20	8	8	6--42
Waialua: Joanna Alfanta 6, Paulette Eagupion 0, Crystal Lopez 0, Janice Marcos 2, Janelle Garcia 0, Kesi Makisi 1, Kristen Page 2, Michelle Fore 2, Charlyn Rabena 1.

Waianae: Cori Lum 0, Kaui Candelario 4, Angel Hopeau 10, Leona Williams 6, Rowena Opetaia 0, Shondell Donato 4, Hoku Hamili 6, Kawai Kahue 6, Kapua Kahue-Sylva 4, Anitra Bollock 2, Janeen Florence 0.

Sacred Hearts 36, University High 33

At Sacred Hearts, Samantha Alapa scored 10 points and Brittney Aiwohi added nine to lead the Lancers past the Jr. Rainbows.

University High	6	9	7	11--33
Sacred Hearts	9	10	4	13--36
University High: Aloha Yamaguchi 0, Iolani Morikami 6, Shalei Lumpkin 3, Jasmine Tua 9, Jeanal Souza 0, Kecia Wong 1, Bri Tsukamoto 0, Renee Au Young 0, Christina Ciacci 10, Jennifer Heath 0, Janeen Waialae 4, Karlee Kailiehu 0.

Sacred Hearts: Tara Lynch 0, Mandy Sato 0, Nicole Inouye 0, Malia Sales 6, Brittney Aiwohi 9, Sandy Okada 3, Carlene Hardin 6, Pua Reis 2, Keala Dolfo 0, Samantha Alapa 10, Kaui Miranda 0.

3-point goals--SH: Hardin 2, Okada.


Maryknoll wins
with comeback

Star-Bulletin staff

Tapa

Ryan Randall's two-out, bases-loaded single capped a four-run comeback as Maryknoll beat UHBA, 14-13, in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball game at Ala Wai field yesterday.

UHBA		060	151	0--13	9	1
Maryknoll	033	004	4--14	16	9
Matt Bninsky, Jeff Soranaka (6) and Troy Okada, Kyle Abe (7); Ryan Randall, Kevin Higa (3), Brandon Goshima (4), Ryan Goshima (5), Jared Tsukamoto (6) and Jared Shinno, Mark Bagayas (3). W--Tsukamoto. L--Soranaka.

Leading hitters--UHBA: Kevin Yamada, 2-2, 2 RBIs; Chaz Hirata, 2-4, 2b, 2 RBIs. Mrykl: Ryan Randall, 3-3, 3 RBIs; Kevin Higa, 3-5, 2b, 2 RBIs; Blake Nakahara, 3-5; M. Bagayas, 2-3, 3b.



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