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Scoreboard

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, January 4, 2002



CALENDAR

Today

BASEBALL

Oahu AJA: Pearl City vs. Manoa, 7 p.m., Hans L'Orange Park.

BASKETBALL

ILH Division I boys: Maryknoll at Punahou, 6 p.m., Mid-Pacific at Iolani, 8 p.m., Kamehameha at St. Louis, 8 p.m.

OIA boys: Kapolei at Radford, Campbell at Aiea, Waianae at Mililani, Waipahu at Pearl City, Leilehua at Nanakuli. Junior Varsity games start at 5 p.m. Varsity games to follow.

PWC men: Hawaii-Hilo vs. Western New Mexico, 7:15 p.m., Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium.

Tomorrow

BASKETBALL

ILH Division I boys: Punahou at St. Louis, 4 p.m., Maryknoll at Iolani, 7:30 p.m., Damien at Kamehameha, 8 p.m.

ILH Division II boys: Redemption vs. Lanakila Baptist at Kamehameha, 5 p.m., Lutheran vs. Academy of the Pacific at Punahou, 6 p.m., St. Louis at Punahou, 7:30 p.m., University High at Kamehameha, 6:30 p.m., Hanalani at Hawaii Baptist, 7:30 p.m.

OIA boys: Kalaheo at Moanalua, Kalani at Kaiser, Roosevelt at Castle, Farrington at Kailua, Kahuku at Kaimuki. Junior Varsity games start at 5 p.m. Varsity games to follow.

PWC men: Hawaii-Hilo vs. Western New Mexico, 7:15 p.m., Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium; Chaminade vs. Montana State-Billings, 7:30 p.m., McCabe Gym. (OR IS IT THE 7TH)

WAC women: Hawaii vs. San Jose State, 7 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.

SOCCER

ILH boys: Saint Louis at Mid Pacific at noon, Damien at Punahou at noon, Kamehameha at Iolani at 3 p.m.

ILH girls: Pac-5 at MPI, Saint Francis at Punahou at 10 a.m., Kamehameha at Iolani at1 p.m.

SOFTBALL

OIA East: Farrington at Moanalua, Kailua vs. Kahuku at BYU-Hawaii, Kaimuki at McKinley, Kalani vs. Roosevelt at Stevenson Intermediate, Kalaheo vs. Kaiser at Koko Head District Park, 1 p.m.

OIA West: Nanakuli at Waialua, Waipahu at Kapolei, Aiea at Mililani, Leilehua at Campbell, Waianae at Pearl City, 1 p.m.

OIA East Junior varsity: Kalaheo at McKinley, Kaimuki at Moanalua, Kailua at Castle, 10 a.m.

OIA West Junior varsity: Nanakuli at Pearl City, Radford at Waianae, 10 a.m.

ILH: HBA/St. Andrews/St. Francis vs. University at Ala Wai Field, Punahou vs. Sacred Hearts at Crane Park, 10 a.m.; Kamehameha vs. La Pietra at Ala Wai Field, noon; Mid-Pacific at Iolani, 1 p.m.


SOCCER

OIA

Yesterday

Varsity girls
Kalaheo 10, Farrington 0
Moanalua 7, McKinley 0

Goal scorers -- Kalh: Lindsey Peck 4, Tina Garcia 3, Carri York 2, Breton Frazer. Moan: Jessie Kamakura 3, Lena Yee, Brooke Hayashi, Minnie Pruner, Jo Ann Manual.

Wednesday

Varsity boys

Kalaheo 2, Farrington 0
Moanalua 5, McKinley 0
Kahuku 3, Kaimuki 0
Castle 6, Kailua 2
Kalani 2, Roosevelt 1

Goal scorers -- Kalh: Joshua Kimbrell, Dominic Simon. Moan: Breland Pedro 4, James Kaopuiki. Kah: Kyle Juliano, Thiago De Oliveira, Danilo Santana. Cas: Nolan Miranda 3, Michael Mayeda, Justin Santos, Dustin Shichida. Kaln: William Rarick, Jordan Stephanos. Roos: Pedro Barros.

Varsity girls

Kahuku 6, Kaimuki 0
Kailua 2, Castle 1
Roosevelt 2, Kalani 1

Goal scorers -- Kah: Krisha Kai 2, Kamakamae Rezantes 2, Tiana Ahue, Kahanu Ah Puck. Kail: Anela Gonzales, Rachael Gonzales. Cas: Aimee Watanabe. Roos: Tobi Kanehira, Kelly Tengan. Kaln: Lauren Chang.

Junior varsity girls

Castle 1, Kailua 0



ILH

Varsity girls

Iolani 1, Pac-Five 0
Kamehameha 7, St. Francis 0
Punahou 5, Mid-Pacific 0

Goal scorers -- Iol: Patricia Wong. Kam: Randie Hanohano 3, Elizabeth Kalama, Andrea Andrews, Kekai Crabbe,Lehua Wood.Pun: Charlene Hunt 2, Megan Abbott, PippaMacdonald, Romy Trigg-Smith.

Wednesday

Varsity boys

Punahou 2, Iolani 0
Mid-Pacific 1, Pac-Five 1
St. Louis 3, Damien 0

Goal scorers -- Pun: Satoshi Mitsuda 2. MPI: Richard Higa. Pac: Daniel Lau. StL: Daniel Burris, John Moody, Jon Pang.


BASEBALL

Oahu AJA

At Ala Wai Field

Mililani 8, Waianae 8
At Hans L'Orange Field
Kaneohe 14, Waipahu 4

Winning pitcher -- Ryan Matsuda.

Leading hitters -- Kan: Nohili Naumu, 2-5, 2 RBIs; Keith Ishibashi, 2-5. Waip: Nathan Numata, 3-4; Mike Chun, 2-4; Nelson Inabata, 2-4; Brent Shimokawa, 2-4.



Hawaii Intermediate League

Single elimination tournament

Sunday

Aina Kiekie 8, Stevenson 4
Central Oahu 9, Waianae 2

Championship

Aina Kiekie 4, Central Oahu 1


SOFTBALL

ILH

Iolani 2, University High 0
Sacred Hearts 14, La Pietra 0
Punahou 16, Mid Pacific 0
Kamehameha 9, HBA/St.Andrews/St.Francis 1

Winning Pitchers -- Iol: Ianeta Lei; SH: Nicole Cazinha(no hitter); Pun: Sarah Weisscopf(no-hitter, 10 strikeouts); Kam: Leo Sing Chow.

Leading Hitters -- Iol: Jocelyn Tamayo 2-2; Kelly Asato 2-2; Lei 2-2; Maile Sylva 1-1, 2 RBI. UH: Dorothy Baga 1-1; Kehaulani Yamaguchi 1-1; Richie Ann Titcomb, 2b. SH: Kimi Daniel 4-4, 4 runs; Amber Juan 2-4, 2RBI; Cazinha 2-4, 3 RBI; Tiani Lopez-Matto 2-4. Pun: Natalie Fujimoto 3-run HR; Tina Hamayasu, 2b; Gail Matsushima 2-2; Shanna Dacanay 2-4. Kam: Ashley Ruff solo HR; Napua Nauma solo HR; SingChow 2-3, 2 2b; Gina Cummings RBI; Kaulana Gould 2-2, 2 RBI; Nicole Kalakau RBI; Brandi Peiler RBI; Marayna Singson 2-2. HBA/StA/StF: Jamie Shibata 2b, RBI.



OIA

Junior varsity

Waianae 19, Kalaheo 7


[DIVISON II]

Pacific West Basketball

PacWest Overall

W L W L

Montana State-Billings 0 0 8 1

Hawaii-Hilo 0 0 10 2

Hawaii Pacific 0 0 9 3

Brigham Young-Hawaii 0 0 9 4

Chaminade 0 0 7 4

Western New Mexico 0 0 1 5

Last week's results

Last night

Montana State-Billings at Chaminade

Jan. 2

Hawaii Pacific 80, Olivet Nazarene 68

Dec. 30

CSU-San Bernardino 111, MSU-Billings 65

Chaminade 88, Coe College 73

Dec. 29

Chaminade 59, Presbyterian 49

Dec. 27

Hawaii-Hilo 92, Concordia 82

Dec. 28

Hawaii Pacific 69, Presbyterian 58

Hawaii-Hilo 71, Asbury 64

This week's schedule

Today

Western New Mexico at Hawaii-Hilo

Tomorrow

Montana State-Billings at Chaminade

Western New Mexico at Hawaii-Hilo

Monday

Montana State-Billings at Hawaii-Hilo

Western New Mexico at Chaminade

Individual Leaders

Note: To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75 percent of their team's games (as of Jan. 1).

Scoring G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg

1. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 13 115 1 38 269 20.7

2. Scott Prather, Hilo 12 77 25 41 220 18.3

3. Nash Subotic, HPU 11 61 35 40 197 17.9

4. Danny Phillips, MSUB 9 43 38 27 151 16.8

5. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 13 72 31 28 203 15.6

6. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 33 20 6 92 15.3

7. David Carse, MSUB 9 40 21 34 135 15.0

8. Derek Mgbeke, Hilo 12 72 0 33 177 14.8

8. David LaQua, Hilo 12 56 21 44 177 14.8

10. Albert Powell, CU 11 51 33 24 159 14.5

Rebounding G Off Def Tot Avg

1. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 13 41 94 135 10.4

2. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 13 26 75 101 7.8

3. Kyle Bartholomew, Hilo 12 30 59 89 7.4

4. Malcolm Connor, WNMU 6 17 26 43 7.2

5. Nate Block, HPU 11 34 44 78 7.1

6. Brian Cook, MSUB 9 16 43 59 6.6

7. Zack Anderson, HPU 11 31 36 67 6.1

7. Mike Donegan, CU 11 27 40 67 6.1

9. Alvin Stephenson, HPU 11 22 43 65 5.9

10. Jerett Skrifvars, MSUB 9 17 32 49 5.4

Field-goal percentage* G FG FGA Pct

1. Igor Beljanski, CU 11 38 56 .679

2. Mike Donegan, CU 11 34 59 .576

3. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 13 115 204 .564

4. Dan Thompson, MSUB 8 35 63 .556

5. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 13 62 113 .549

6. Brian Jackson, WNMU 6 30 56 .536

7. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 13 72 136 .529

8. Scott Prather, Hilo 12 77 149 .517

9. L.T. Williams, WNMU 6 22 43 .512

10. Jaborri Thomas, CU 11 48 97 .495

*Min. 3.0 made per game

Assists G A Avg

1. David Carse, MSUB 9 65 7.22

2. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 13 73 5.62

3. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 13 67 5.15

4. Jeremiah King, WNMU 6 26 4.33

5. Scott Prather, Hilo 12 50 4.17

6. William Davison, MSUB 9 33 3.67

7. Nic Walters, HPU 11 39 3.55

8. John Avilla, HPU 11 38 3.45

9. Kashif Reyes, CU 9 29 3.22

10. David LaQua, Hilo 12 37 3.08

Free-throw percentage G M A Pct

1. Keith Krause, MSUB 8 18 19 .947

2. William Davison, MSUB 9 29 33 .879

3. David Carse, MSUB 9 34 40 .850

4. Jason Skrifvars, MSUB 8 19 23 .826

5. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 13 36 44 .818

5. Danny Phillips, MSUB 9 27 33 .818

5. John Kirk, CU 11 27 33 .818

8. Nash Subotic, HPU 11 40 50 .800

8. Mike Donegan, CU 11 40 50 .800

10. Brian Cook, MSUB 9 33 42 .786

Steals G St Avg

1. Scott Prather, Hilo 12 29 2.42

2. Jerett Skrifvars, MSUB 9 21 2.33

3. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 13 28 2.15

4. Jeremiah King, WNMU 6 12 2.00

5. Danny Phillips, MSUB 9 17 1.89

6. Brian Cook, MSUB 9 15 1.67

6. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 10 1.67

8. Yuta Tabuse, BYUH 13 21 1.62

9. Derek Mgbeke, Hilo 12 17 1.42

9. Kyle Bartholomew, Hilo 12 17 1.42

3-pointers* G M A Pct

1. David Carse, MSUB 9 21 44 .477

2. Keli'i Naihe, BYUH 13 31 66 .470

3. Brian Skinner, BYUH 13 15 33 .455

4. Dallas Jensen, BYUH 10 17 38 .447

5. Scott Prather, Hilo 12 25 58 .431

6. William Davison, MSUB 9 10 24 .417

7. Albert Powell, CU 11 33 83 .398

8. Malcolm Connor, WNMU 6 11 28 .393

9. Danny Phillips, MSUB 9 38 102 .373

10. Joey Ramirez, WNMU 6 20 55 .364

*Min. 1.0 made per game

Blocked shots G Blk Avg

1. Brian Cook, MSUB 9 15 1.67

2. Garreth Read, Hilo 12 14 1.17

3. Scott Salisbury, BYUH 13 15 1.15

4. Zack Anderson, HPU 11 12 1.09

5. Pablo Broering, BYUH 13 13 1.00

5. Nate Block, HPU 11 11 1.00

5. Brian Jackson, WNMU 6 6 1.00

8. Alexus Foyle, BYUH 13 9 0.69

9. L.T. Williams, WNMU 6 4 0.67

10. Albert Powell, CU 11 7 0.64



[TOP PERFORMERS]

Albert Powell, Chaminade basketball: The 6-foot-2 senior shooting guard from Denver, Colo., was named PacWest Player of the Week on Monday after leading the Silverswords to a pair of nonconference wins last weekend with a combined 39 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, three blocks and three steals. Chaminade will need Powell to continue to do a little bit of everything since star Leon Ballard will be sidelined until at least mid-February with a broken foot.

Kyle Bartholomew, Hawaii-Hilo basketball: The Big Island native has been the big man in the low block for the Vulcans, picking up his fifth and sixth double-doubles (points and rebounds) of the season in a pair of Hilo wins last week. The 6-4 junior has turned the trick the last four times he has taken the floor.

John Avilla, Hawaii Pacific basketball: The Sea Warrior floor general took matters into his own hands on Wednesday night, nailing a career-high six 3-pointers in helping HPU beat a tough Olivet Nazarene team down the stretch. The 5-9 senior point guard hit the last of his bombs from NBA range with less than a minute to play, giving the Sea Warriors an eight-point advantage and effectively putting the game out of reach.



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