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Scoreboard

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Saturday, October 4, 2003


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Today

AIR RIFLERY
ILH: Punahou vs. APO/HBA-STF, 8 a.m.; Saint Louis/Sacred Hearts vs. Mid-Pacific, 11 a.m.; Kamehameha vs. Mid-Pacific, 2 p.m., at Saint Louis.
OIA: Castle at Moanalua, Kalaheo at Kalani, McKinley at Roosevelt, Kaimuki at Farrington, Kailua at Kahuku, Pearl City at Waipahu, Leilehua at Radford, Kapolei at Nanakuli, Waianae at Campbell, 9 a.m.
ARENACROSS
Races: Gates open at 5 p.m., Hawaii Raceway Park.
BOWLING
KIF: All schools, noon, Lihue Lanes.
CROSS COUNTRY
KIF: Quad Meet, 9 a.m., at Kapaa H.S.
ILH: Kamehameha Invitational, 9 a.m., at Kamehameha.
FOOTBALL
BIIF: Waiakea at Hilo, Kealakehe at Honokaa, 30 minutes after end of 5 p.m. JV game.
ILH: Pac-Five vs. Saint Louis, 4:45 p.m.; Iolani vs. Kamehameha, 7:30 p.m., Aloha Stadium.
OIA: Kapolei vs. Kalaheo at Kailua, Waialua at Moanalua, 25 minutes after end of 4 p.m. JV game.
KAYAKING
ILH: 9 a.m., Ala Wai Canal.
SOFT TENNIS
OIA: Castle, McKinley, Roosevelt at Roosevelt, Kaimuki, Kaiser, Kalaheo at Kalaheo, Aiea, Waianae, Waipahu at Waipahu, Kapolei, Leilehua, Pearl City at Pearl City, 9 a.m.
VOLLEYBALL
ILH Division I boys: Christian Academy vs. University at Punahou, 3 p.m.; Mid-Pacific at Iolani, 4:30 p.m.
ILH Division I girls: Sacred Hearts vs. La Pietra/Assets/Waldorf/Academy of the Pacific at La Pietra, Christian Academy vs. University at Punahou, 1:30 p.m.; Mid-Pacific at Iolani, St. Andrew's Priory vs. St. Francis at La Pietra, 3 p.m.
KIF: Kauai at Waimea, 3 p.m.
MIL boys: Hana at Molokai, 6:30 p.m.
MIL girls: Hana at Molokai, 8 p.m.
OIA girls: Kalani at Kaimuki, McKinley at Kalaheo, Kailua at Moanalua, Castle at Roosevelt, Anuenue at Kaiser, Kahuku at Farrington, 11 a.m.
OIA boys: Kalani at Kaimuki, McKinley at Kalaheo, Kailua at Moanalua, Castle at Roosevelt, Anuenue at Kaiser, Kahuku at Farrington, 11 a.m.
PWC women: Hawaii Pacific vs. Western New Mexico, 7:30 p.m., St. Andrew's Priory.
WAC women: Hawaii vs. Nevada, 7 p.m., Stan Sheriff Center.

Tomorrow

POLO
Honolulu Polo Club: Gates open, 1 p.m.; Match starts, 2:30 p.m., Waimanalo.
RUNNING
Niketown: 5 kilometers, 7 a.m., Niketown in Waikiki.
SOCCER
MISO: Real Hawaii vs. Kamikaze, noon, Dawgs vs. International, 1:45 p.m., HPU Green vs. Hurricanes, 3:30 p.m., field 11; Brotherhood vs. Lanikai, noon, Bulls vs. HPU White, 1:45 p.m., Latin Hawaii vs. Vaiete Premiere, 3:30 p.m., field 13; Kahekili vs. Vaiete Open, noon, Ikepono vs. Bulls Juniors, 1:45 p.m., Faded vs. Focus, 3:30 p.m., field 2; Mililani vs. H2 United, 1:45 p.m., Amazon vs. Waikiki, 3:30 p.m., field 4, Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park.
WAC women: Hawaii vs. Texas-El Paso, 5 p.m., Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park Stadium.


BOWLING

ILH

At Fort Shafter
Varsity girls
Hanalani 2, University 1
Hawaii Baptist 3, St. Andrews 0
Maryknoll 2, Lutheran 1
Sacred Hearts 3, Kamehameha 0
Punahou 3, Pacific 0
Iolani 2, Mid-Pacific 1
High games--Jennifer Gyoza, Iol, 195; Kristin Tom, SHA, 194; Erin Tsukayama, HBA, 186; Jasmine Yoshimoto, Hanalani, 185; Niccole Akau, Lutheran, 169; Shana Nishimura, St. Andrews, 164; Crystal Shimabukuru, Punahou, 162; Sarah Kama, Kamehameha, 158; Jocelyn Kaku, Maryknoll, 154; Cheryl Sun, Mid-Pacific, 154.
High series--Yoshimoto, Hanalani, 512; Tom, Sacred Hearts, 499; Akau, Lutheran, 463; Mika Shimabukuru, HBA, 458; Nishimura, St. Andrews, 425; Sun, Mid-Pacific, 424; Makanani Antonio, Kamehameha, 421; Malia Wharton, Punahou, 418; Cara Hasegawa, University, 416; Jordan Terry, Pacific, 414; Faye Castillo, Maryknoll, 403; Marisa Kurio, Iolani, 400.
Junior varsity girls
Sacred Hearts 3, Kamehameha 0
Iolani 3, Mid Pacific 0
St. Andrews 3, Hawaii Baptist 0


GOLF

Monterey Peninsula Classic

At Seaside, Calif.
Purse: $475,000
Second round, par-72
Zoran Zorkic 69-68 -- 137
Scott Gutschewski 68-69 -- 137
Kyle Thompson 68-70 -- 138
Fran Quinn 67-72 -- 139
John Paul Curley 71-68 -- 139
Zach Johnson 69-71 -- 140
Michael Muehr 70-70 -- 140
Ryan Howison 68-72 -- 140
Failed to qualify
Parker McLachlin 76-76 -- 152
Keoke Cotner 79 -- WD


Parent-Child Tournament

At Hawaii Kai Executive Course
Sept. 28
Division I
Aaron & Wendell Tom 56
Blair Freitas & Art Young 58
Jamie & Debbie Nonaka 59
Scott & Gordon Nakayama 59
Division II
Christian & Ronald Chinen 60
Matthew Wong & Myra Kaichi 64
Kramer & Wayne Ichimura 65


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

ILH

Division I
League


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Kamehameha 2 0 0 58 33 4 0 0 127 39
Saint Louis 1 1 0 35 22 2 1 0 69 34
Punahou 1 2 0 63 84 3 3 0 129 132

Division II
League


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Iolani 2 0 0 35 14 4 2 0 148 73
Damien 1 2 0 58 64 1 3 0 77 101
Pac-Five 0 2 0 14 46 2 2 0 62 75

OIA

Red East
Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Kahuku 5 0 0 227 19 6 0 0 261 19
Castle 4 1 0 149 70 5 1 0 205 91
Kailua 4 1 0 213 76 5 1 0 235 83
Farrington 3 2 0 120 130 3 3 0 120 133
McKinley 2 3 0 121 113 3 3 0 146 125
Roosevelt 1 5 0 46 199 2 5 0 56 206
Kaimuki 0 6 0 19 265 0 7 0 26 286

Red West
Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Mililani 5 0 0 148 58 6 0 0 162 65
Pearl City 4 2 0 176 98 5 2 0 217 98
Leilehua 3 2 0 69 61 4 2 0 91 61
Waianae 3 2 0 110 100 3 3 0 110 121 Nanakuli 3 3 0 79 113 4 3 0 116 132
Campbell 0 5 0 52 137 0 6 0 59 147
Waipahu 0 5 0 48 128 0 6 0 59 184

White
Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Aiea 5 0 0 185 27 5 1 0 192 41
Kapolei 4 0 0 152 27 5 0 0 173 27
Radford 4 1 0 78 44 4 2 0 78 66
Kalaheo 3 1 0 138 75 3 2 0 138 116
Kaiser 2 3 0 101 75 2 4 0 113 109
Waialua 0 4 0 66 130 0 5 0 79 149
Moanalua 0 4 0 17 131 0 5 0 29 177
Kalani 0 5 0 13 241 0 5 0 13 241

KIF



Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Kauai 3 0 0 90 32 3 2 0 112 93
Waimea 2 1 0 53 32 4 1 0 104 73
Kapaa 0 4 0 20 84 1 5 0 51 146

MIL



Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
x-Baldwin 4 0 0 110 25 6 0 0 143 25
King Kekaulike 3 1 0 101 63 4 1 0 128 70
Maui 2 2 0 60 33 4 2 0 104 39
Pac-Three 1 3 0 27 96 2 3 0 54 104
Lahainaluna 0 4 0 28 109 0 5 0 28 143

X -CLINCHED FIRST-ROUND TITLE

BIIF



Conference


Overall
Team W L T PF PA W L T PF PA
Kealakehe 4 0 0 175 13 4 1 0 175 54
Hilo 4 0 0 108 28 4 0 0 108 28
Waiakea 3 0 0 78 34 4 0 0 124 46
Hawaii Prep 2 2 0 85 80 2 4 0 113 147
Konawaena 2 2 0 78 59 2 3 0 78 96
Kohala 1 3 0 58 97 1 4 0 60 104
Honokaa 1 3 0 59 86 1 5 0 74 140
Keaau 0 3 0 32 105 1 4 0 39 148
Ka'u 0 4 0 20 188 0 4 0 20 188


Schedule and scores

Yesterday

ILH
Punahou 37, Damien 20
OIA Red East
Kahuku 66, Kaimuki 0
Castle 32, Roosevelt 6
Kailua 26, McKinley 21
OIA Red West
Waianae 30, Pearl City 22
Mililani 16, Nanakuli 6
Leilehua 7, Campbell 6
OIA White
Aiea 50, Kalani 0
Radford 17, Kaiser 14
BIIF
Konawaena 33, Kohala 2
Ka'u vs. Kea'au
KIF
Waimea 20, Kapaa 0

Today

ILH
Pac-Five vs. Saint Louis
Iolani vs. Kamehameha
OIA White
Kapolei vs. Kalaheo
Waialua vs. Moanalua
BIIF
Waiakea vs. Hilo
Kealakehe vs. Honoka'a


Yesterday's box scores

OIA

Mililani 16, Nanakuli 6

Behind brothers Peter and Carlo Raneses, the Trojans remained undefeated with a victory over the Golden Hawks.

Carlo Raneses ran for 84 yards on 14 carries while Peter Raneses scored both of Mililani's touchdowns on 1-yard runs for the only Trojan touchdowns in the game.

The Golden Hawks kept it close as Kyle Beck hauled in a 26-yard touchdown reception from Jaycee Alapai for Nanakuli's only score.

At Mililani H.S. Field
Nanakuli (4-3, 3-3) 0 0 6 0 -- 6
Mililani (6-0, 5-0) 6 0 7 3 -- 16

Mililani -- Peter Raneses 1 run (kick failed)
Mili -- P. Raneses 1 run (Abrigo kick)
Nanakuli -- Kyle Beck 26 pass from Jaycee Alapai (kick failed)
Mili -- FG Abrigo 19
RUSHING -- Nanakuli: Albert Distago 10-26, Alapai 10-25, Julio Jesus, 5-15, Beck 3-14, Edmound Ybarro 4-11, Alex Maiava 1-9, TEAM 1-(-14). Mililani: Aran Bisho 9-86, Carlo Raneses 14-84, Jordan Perry 8-25, P. Raneses 8-16, TEAM 1-0, Maka Kahoano 5-(-9).
PASSING -- Nanakuli: Alapai 3-3-0-54, Distago 3-5-0-30. Mililani: Kahoano 5-11-0-63.
RECEIVING -- Nanakuli: Jimmy Afamasaga 2-45, Beck 1-26, Distago 1-9, Maiava 1-5, Ybarro 1-(-1). Mililani: Andrew Tokumi 2-44, Jonovan Santos 2-13, P. Raneses 1-6.
Junior varsity -- Mililani 15, Nanakuli 0.

Leilehua 7, Campbell 6

Running back Justin Lawelawe scored from 1 yard out and kicker R.B. Bibilone added a crucial extra point as the Mules came back to defeat the Sabers in a game that was hard to hold on to the ball due to rain prior to the game.

Lawalawe led all rushers with 53 yards on 20 carries.

At Leilehua H.S. Field
Campbell (0-6, 0-5) 0 6 0 0 -- 6
Leilehua (4-2, 3-2) 0 0 7 0 -- 7

Campbell -- James Bannister 20 pass from Kenneth Amaral (kick blocked)
Leilehua -- Justin Lawelawe 1 run (R.B. Bibilone kick)
RUSHING -- Campbell: Anthony Shimizu 3-9, Kealii Basham 6-6, Gregg Frink 3-0. Leilehua: Lawelawe 20-53, Blake Furtado 4-26, Guyes Galdeira 3-15, Pio Malagaoma 1-3, Kaione Rivera 4-2, BJ Fruean 1-0.
PASSING -- Campbell: Kenneth Amaral 10-24-0-84. Leilehua: Jameson Ramiscal 5-12-0-56, Jonathan Scruggs 1-1-0-33.
RECEIVING -- Campbell: Isaac Laupola 4-44, Bannister 3-29, Ronson Correia 1-8, Jacob Kaku 1-2, Michael Napihaa 1-1. Leilehua: Jonathan Scruggs 4-53, BJ Fruean 1-33, Antonio Carter 1-3.
Junior varsity -- Leilehua 7, Campbell 2

Aiea 50, Kalani 0

Na Alii scored six times in the first quarter to cruise past Kalani and remain undefeated in the OIA White.

Aiea struck less than a minute into the game on Brandon Puckett's 32-yard field goal. Na Alii followed the kick with five touchdowns, including three passes from Kali Kuia.

Kuia threw for 128 yards on 16 of 20 attempts while Puckett kicked five extra points. The Aiea defense held Kalani to minus-17 yards rushing and 42 yards passing.

At Aiea H.S. Field
Kalani (0-5, 0-5) 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Aiea (5-1, 5-0) 37 7 6 0 -- 50

Aiea -- FG Brandon Puckett 32
Aiea -- Raymond Tauala 45 pass from Kali Kuia (kick failed)
Aiea -- CJ Tausaga 50 interception return (Puckett kick)
Aiea -- Ben Ah Mook Sang 16 pass from Kuia (Puckett kick)
Aiea -- Rocky Savaiigaea 25 fumble return (Puckett kick)
Aiea -- Alden DeMello 3 pass from Kuia (Puckett kick)
Aiea -- Tauala 25 run (Puckett kick)
Aiea -- Jonathan Burgos 59 run (kick failed)
RUSHING -- Kalani: James Miyashiro 8-8, Karson Kim 2-7, Shane Pfeiffer 1-(-2), Jared Diseria 2-(-8), Preston Pires 3-(-22). Aiea: Burgos 2-62, Ah Mook Sang 6-55, Tauala 8-52, Kyle Yockum 4-(-43).
PASSING -- Kalani: Pires 6-16-2-42, Diseria 0-6-1-0. Aiea: Kuia 16-20-0-128.
RECEIVING -- Kalani: Miyashiro 2-2, Kim 2-17, Diseria 1-19, Matt Bright 1-4. Aiea: Ah Mook Sang 6-56, Jabez Armopia 2-13, Burgos 2-0, Ian Dela Cuesta 2-4, Lahaina Olsen-Kuroda 2-7, DeMello 1-3, Tauala 1-45.
Junior varsity -- Aiea 60, Kalani 0.

Radford 17, Kaiser 14

Lino Kakiva's 40-yard interception return proved to be the difference.

His return in the third quarter broke a 7-all tie and put Radford up for good. Eric Venglar added a crucial field goal in the fourth quarter to give the Rams a 17-10 lead before Kaiser scored the game's last touchdown.

Kaiser quarterback Steven Pratt threw for 200 yards on 12 of 20 completions.

At Kaiser Stadium
Radford (4-2, 4-1) 0 7 7 3 -- 17
Kaiser (2-4, 2-3) 7 0 0 7 -- 14

Kais -- Matthew Ching 44 pass from Steven Pratt (Steele Legros kick)
Rad -- Stephen Baughn 14 run (Eric Venglar kick)
Rad -- Lino Kakiva 40 interception return (Venglar kick)
Rad -- FG Venglar
Kais -- Kainoa Tautaha 41 pass from Pratt (Legros kick)
RUSHING -- Radford: Baughn 5-48, Aaron Perry 9-44, Roderick Price 16-43, Dennis Medina 1-8, James Armstrong 2-7, Mark Failaliga 1-4, Raymond Burciaga 1-3. Kaiser: Jordan Arakaki 8-86, Ryan Paulo 5-30, Pratt 5-6.
PASSING -- Radford: Baughn 6-12-0-48, Medina 2-5-0-13. Kaiser: Pratt 12-20-2-200, Paulo 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING -- Radford: Sunny Belcher 3-13, Armstrong 3-12, Roscoe Paguirigan 3-4, Mike Ramirez 1-2, Price 1-0, Nicholas Kisor 1-0, Chris Viloritt 1-0. Kaiser: Tauataha 6-86, Legros 4-48, Blain Ling 4-17, Sadd 4-6, Paulo 2-3, Ching 1-44, Landon Ka'aau 1-0, Oliver Lim 1-0, Arakaki 1-0.

KIF

Waimea 20, Kapaa 0

LIHUE >> The Menehunes (4-1, 2-1) defeated the Warriors (1-5, 0-4) at Vidinha Stadium with a second-half surge.

The Kauai Interscholastic Federation game was scoreless at halftime, but with 1:35 left in the third quarter Po'okela Chang-Wo scored on a 3-yard run to give Waimea a 7-0 lead.

With 5:24 remaining in the fourth quarter on fourth and 1, Jordon Dizon, who saw his first game action since injuring his ankle in Waimea's season opener, scored from 11 yards out to give the Menehunes a 13-0 lead. The point after was blocked. Waimea added a late touchdown on a 24-yard run by quarterback Jon Palacio.

Kapaa hurt itself with 13 penalties and three turnovers. With the Warrior loss, Kauai High School earns the right to represent the KIF in the Division I state tournament. Next week Kauai travels to Hanapepe to face Waimea in a key KIF matchup.


VOLLEYBALL

ILH

Varsity boys
Damien def. Lanakila Baptist 25-6, 25-18
Maryknoll def. Hawaii Baptist 25-23, 13-25, 25-13
Punahou def. Hanalani 25-9, 25-9
St. Louis def. Lutheran 25-12, 25-21
Kill leaders--StL: Jordan Berardy 8. Jarrett Fujita 7.
Varsity girls
Hawaii Baptist def. Maryknoll 25-22, 25-22
Punahou def. Hanalani 25-7, 25-8


WATER POLO

ILH

At Punahou
Iolani 7, Punahou 5
Multiple goal scorers--Iol:Matt Sullivan 3, Luke Oda 2. Pun:Goeffrey Long 2, Arik Look 2.


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