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Tuesday, April 23, 2002


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Kahuku eases
past Kaimuki


Star-Bulletin staff

Kahuku's Melvin Silva struck out eight Kaimuki batters in a complete-game win as the Red Raiders defeated the Bulldogs 11-4 in Oahu Interscholastic Association baseball yesterday.

Kahuku moved into a four-way tie for third place in the OIA Eastern Division with Castle, Moanalua and Roosevelt at 5-2. The teams are just a half-game behind first-place Kailua and Kalaheo (6-2).

At Kahuku H.S. field

Kaimuki (2-5) 000 121 0 -- 4 8 2

Kahuku (5-2) 234 020 x -- 11 15 2

Jay Tokuuke, Tino Caires (4) and Leland Ohelo; Melvin Silva and Alex Ponciano. W--Silva. L--Tokuuke.

Leading hitters--Kaimuki: John Kanehira 2-2, 2b; Tony Mitani 2-3, 3b. Kahuku: Kyle Pao 3-3, 2b; Jeremiah Bohnet 2-2; A. Ponciano 2-4, 2b; Daniel Tuttle 2-2, 3b; Kyle Juliano 2-3; Spencer Nakamura 3b, 2 RBIs; Walker Vave, 2b, 2 RBIs.


Mid-Pacific 8, Punahou 7: Keven Whalen scored on a wild pitch with two out in the bottom of the seventh to give the Owls a victory over the Buffanblu.

Ryan Basco drove in four runs to lead Mid-Pacific at the plate.

The win gave Mid-Pacific the second seed in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu tournament, which opens Thursday.

At Ala Wai Field

Punahou (10-5) 040 210 0 -- 7 10 2

Mid-Pacific (11-4) 240 100 1 -- 8 11 2

Kurt Fujitani, Shaun Kiriu (3), Landon Nakata (7) and Todd LaFountaine. Harrison Kuroda, Patrick McGuigan (2) and Matt Inouye. W--McGuigan. L--Nakata.

Leading hitters -- Punahou: Kasey Ko 2-4, 2 RBIs; Mark Veneri 2-4, 3b, RBI; Michael Lam 2-4; Nakata 2-3. Mid-Pacific: Inouye 2-4; Ryan Basco, 3-4, 3b, 4 RBIs; Jonathan Hee 2-3, RBI; Isaac Omura 2-3.

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