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Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, April 21, 2000


BASKETBALL

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Nanakuli girls jam
Radford for third place

Star-Bulletin staff

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Maricris Sierra scored a game-high 15 points and Rosemarie Kelley added 12 more as Nanakuli (8-2) beat Radford (5-5), 41-34, to finish third in the race for the Oahu Interscholastic Association Western Division girls' basketball championship.

Heather Massey tallied 11 points for Radford.

Nanakuli 8 12 10 11-41
Radford 11 3 11 9-34

NANAKULI: Rosemarie Kelley 12, Maricris Sierra 15, Arly Kaai 0 , Emelalaokekai Keiki 2, Tiana Stanton 1, Summer Victor 4, Mary Davis 0, Haunani Momoa 7.

RADFORD: Briena Reyes 7, Melissa Cordero 1, Heather Massey 11, Kiesa Jones 5, Jennifor Taylor 4, Kerri Coode 6.

3-point goals-Radford 2 (Massey 2).

Junior varsity: Nanakuli 54, Radford 39.

NO. 3 MOANALUA 62, WAIPAHU 20:

The Menehunes (10-0) finished off a perfect regular season in style, scoring 17 straight points to start the game and crushing the visiting Marauders (1-9).

Jenelle Uyeda came off the bench to pace Moanalua with 10 points.

Waipahu 2 9 4 5 -20
Moanalua 21 6 11 24-62

WAIPAHU: Chandrie Ramos 2, Natasha Keaunui 2, Charity Perriera 2, Savelina Fatongiatau 0, Enisela Kilioni 2, Jenna Morales 2, Orasanna Jordan 0, Sharon Amisone 6, Mariko Neana 0, Maureen Cozo 0, Shaynelle Valle 0, Ashley Quiocho 4.

MOANALUA: Erin Chow 5, Amy Kotani 6, Kimberlee Morikawa 5, Mayumi Stevens 7, Oneshia Walker 2, Chandel Santelia 9, Marlo Daniels 3, Samantha Davis 6, Kelly Kim 1, Gina Carmon 8. Jenelle Uyeda 10.

3-point goals-Moanalua 4 (Kotani, Morikawa, Stevens, Santelia).

Junior varsity: Moanalua 44, Waipahu 27.

NO. 8 LEILEHUA 60, WAIALUA 17:

The Mules (9-1) jumped out to a 14-2 lead in the first quarter en route to a 43-point win over the Bulldogs (0-10).

Sequoya Stokes scored six of her game-high 15 points in the first period.

Leilehua locked up second place in the West.

Waialua 2 5 0 10-17
Leilehua 12 18 18 12-60

Junior varsity: Waialua 34, Leilehua 30.

AIEA 51, MILILANI 34:

Aritta Lane scored 19 points to lead Na Alii (7-3) to their fourth straight win.

Marie Jackson tallied 12 points for the Trojans (4-6).

Mililani 5 5 7 17-34
Aiea 15 14 18 4-51

MILILANI: Jennifer Jones 0, Jennifer Cooper 0, Uheina Tuihalafatai 8, Pomai Patoc-Ordenstein 2, Darci Watanabe 5, Marie Jackson 12, Anuhea Diamond 0, Jamie Morgan 7.

AIEA: Tara Higa 0, Joelle Sugai 0, Kylee Nakamura 9, Kelsey Tachihata 0, Rubi Carrillo 4, Ashley Watanabe 12, Aritta Lane 19, Nadine Manangan 2, Stephanie Vannatta 2, Keesha Aldridge 3.

3-point goals-Mililani 2 (Morgan, Watanabe); Aiea 3 (Nakamura 3).

Junior varsity: Mililani 44, Aiea 21.

PEARL CITY 52, CAMPBELL 37:

The Monis sisters combined to score 25 points as the Chargers (6-4) beat the visiting Sabers (2-8).

Momilani Monis tallied 14 points and Mililani added 11. Campbell scored just eight points in the first half.

Campbell 4 4 16 13-37
Pearl City 10 16 11 15-52

CAMPBELL: Renette Fajardo 2, Christine Toro 6, Natalie Dawson 14, Michelle Arneho 1, Rowena Sarandi 4, Melissa Lapastora 2, Estella Canincia 3, Dawn Bolos 2 , Meshell Jernigan 3 , Rose Singrattana 0, Val Medeiros 0 Vonnie Holdstock 0.

PEARL CITY: Darcy Hamamoto 0, Gina Honda 0, Marleen Yin 4, Mililani Monis 11, Kelli Yuen 0, Momilani Monis 14, Chastine Correa 4, Navilla Navarrete 8, Kristi Yamura 2, Kimberly Zane 0, Nicole Johnson 1, Andrea Kaopua 6 Filomena Vaana 2.

3-point goals-Campbell 3 (Dawson 2, Canincia).

Junior varsity: Pearl City 23, Campbell 37.



ILH

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NO. 1 KAMEHAMEHA 57, MID-PAC 33:

Kealani Kimball torched the visiting Owls (4-5) for 19 points and the Warriors (11-0) won going away.

Jade Savusa netted 10 points for Mid-Pacific, which fell into a fourth-place tie with Sacred Hearts.

Campbell 4 4 16 13-37
Pearl City 10 16 11 15-52

MID-PACIFIC: Kristi Hamada 2, Jean Kasamoto 0, Rosella Leonhardt 0, Kristy Minamishin 0, Erika Sayson 2, Kim Hee 0, Shannon Nishi 7, Ashley Watamura 6, Stephanie Toshi 0, Caroline Beddow 6, Jade Savusa 10.

KAMEHAMEHA: Napua Naumu 0, Ashley Ruff 0, Courtney Chai 0, Beth Nakamura 7, Raelen Self 9, Lehua Wood 0, Tai Soo 7, Kealani Kimball 19, Katannya Kapeli 4, Megan Ching 2, Megan Kanoa 2, Noelle Russell 7.

3-point goals-Kamehameha 1 (Russell).

PUNAHOU 58, IOLANI 36:

The Buffanblu (6-3) overtook the Raiders (6-4) for second place in the ILH with a home win.

DIVISION II

St. Francis 35, Hawaii Baptist 23

Kamehameha 43, La Pietra 39

Punahou 36, Iolani 33

Leading scorers-SF: Jamila Jarmon 13; Kam: JoAnna Mahial 10; LP: Tiani Veltri 13, Jennifer Harding 11.


BASEBALL

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Tamashiro helps Owls
rally past Buffanblu

Star-Bulletin staff

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Ryan Tamashiro hit a sacrifice fly in the top of the ninth inning to score pinch-runner Matt Inouye and lift No. 3 Mid-Pacific (11-3) to an 8-7 victory over Punahou (8-6) at Ala Wai Field.

The winning rally started when Kevin Khan was plunked by Brent Teraoka. Inouye replaced him on the basepaths, and scored the go-ahead run.

Ricky Bauer relieved starter Eric Lum and pitched seven innings for the win, allowing two runs on five hits.

Punahou starter Josh Cardwell gave up seven runs in eight innings, but was hurt by five Buffanblu errors.

Mid-Pacific 120 400 001 - 8 11 1
Punahou 005 000 200 - 7 11 5

Eric Lum, Ricky Bauer (3) and Bryan Tanabe. Josh Cardwell, Brent Teraoka (9) and Todd LaFountaine. W-Bauer. L-Teraoka.

Leading hitters-Mid-Pacific: Ikaika Upchurch 3-4; Bryan Tanabe 2-5; Kevin Khan 2-4, RBI; Dane Marcouiller 2-4. Punahou: Ryan Kitamura 2-5; Ryan Komagome 3-5, RBI; Reid Matsushima 2-5, 2 RBIs; Nick Sekiya 2-3, RBI; Dainon Steiner 2 RBIs.

No. 8 ST. LOUIS 11, DAMIEN 4:

Kalvin Koverman capped a three-run Crusader first inning with a single to left field that scored a pair of runs and St. Louis (9-5) cruised past the Monarchs (2-12) at Joey DeSa Field.

Sean Paiva went the distance for St. Louis, scattering four hits, striking out seven and walking seven. Paiva also drove in two runs.

Damien 002 011 0 - 4 4 3
St. Louis 324 011 x - 11 9 1

Brandon Tamanaha, Destin Alameida (4) and Ryan Lancaster, Matthew DeRego (4). Sean Paiva and Joseph Cabansag. W-Paiva. L-Tamanaha.

Leading hitters-Damien: Ryan Lancaster 2-3. St. Louis: Devin Oshiro 2-3; Sean Paiva 2 RBIs; Kalvin Koverman 2 RBIs.

NO. 6 IOLANI VS. UNIVERSITY/HAWAII BAPTIST:

No score was reported.



MIL

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Molokai 12, Maui 2



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