High School Beat
Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Athletes of the Week
>> Jared Pate, Punahou baseball: Pitched two complete-game victories in the state tournament -- a five-hitter against Kaiser in the first round and a three-hitter against Mid-Pacific in the title game.
>> Nancy Hoist, Konawaena basketball: Scored 19 points, including six late free throws, as the Wildcats held off Kahuku for the state championship.
>> Thomas Yamasaki, Pearl City: Hit a 340-foot home run in a first-round state tourney victory over Kauai.
>> Corey Giammalvo, Pearl City: Drove in three runs, including the game-winner, against Kauai.
>> Kirby Yates, Kauai: Went 3-for-4 with two triples and three RBIs in the loss to Pearl City. He also struck out 10 and pitched a two-hitter in a loss to Hilo.
>> Michael Lam, Punahou: Tripled and drove in three runs against Kaiser. He also had a triple and two RBIs in a win over Baldwin.
>> Kasey Ko, Punahou: Went 2-for-3 against Kaiser and Aiea and again in the title-game win over Mid-Pacific.
>> Noah Phillips, Punahou: Hit a two-run double in the championship game.
>> Melvin Ferreira, Leilehua: Went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs in a win over Honokaa.
>> John Olley, Leilehua: Pitched a four-hitter in a loss to Aiea.
>> Ricky Eusebio, Roosevelt: Started a sixth-inning, two-out rally with a single in a comeback win over Hilo. He also hit an inside-the-park home run in a comeback attempt against Mid-Pacific that fell a run short.
>> Matthew Haasenritter, Hilo: Drove in the game's only run and went the distance on the mound in a win over Kauai.
>> Aaron Asher, Aiea: Hit a one-hop double to the wall 365 feet away to drive in the winning run in a 2-1 win over Leilehua.
>> Matt Patterson, Waiakea: Cranked two homers over the wall, including one blast of 395 feet, at Les Murakami Stadium in a win over Pearl City.
>> Harrison Kuroda, Mid-Pacific: Pitched a four-hitter to beat Roosevelt.
>> Neale Asato, Kaiser: Went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs in a win over Honokaa.
>> Mana Bailado, Honokaa: Had three RBIs in a loss to Kaiser.
>> Jayson Kramer, Mid-Pacific: Pitched a four-hitter to beat Waiakea in the semifinals.
>> Kelsey Yoshikami, Leilehua: Doubled and drove in three runs in a win over Baldwin.
>> Spencer Omalza, Leilehua: Hit two doubles and had three RBIs in a win over Pearl City.
>> Hennesea-Sue Tokumura, Iolani: Scored 18 in a state tourney victory over Kaiser.
>> Latoya Wily, Kahuku: Scored 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in a semifinal win over Punahou. She also had a game-high 21 points in the final against Konawaena.
>> Analee Viena-Lota, Kamehameha: Scored 19 points in a win over McKinley.
>> Mounia Nihipali, Kamehameha: Scored 13 points and grabbed 15 rebounds against McKinley.
>> Tatriana Lorenzo, Kamehameha: Scored 21 in a loss to Konawaena.
>> Hina Kimitete, Konawaena: Scored 18 in a win over Kamehameha.
>> Kami Kapaku, Baldwin: Scored 18 in a win over Iolani.
>> Caasi Nakasone, St. Andrew's Priory: Scored 18 in a D-II tourney win over St. Joseph.
>> Tati Beasley, Roosevelt: Had 13 rebounds in a D-II tourney win over St. Anthony.
>> Chelsie Kadota, Roosevelt: Hit four 3-pointers in the D-II title game win over St. Andrew's Priory.
>> Shanna-Lei Dacanay, Punahou: In three games, she compiled 30 points, 13 boards, 11 steals and eight assists.
>> Jerrika Lorenzo, Honokaa: Hit the winning free throw in the consolation championship game win over Kaiser.
>> Monika Vehikite, Lahainaluna: Pulled down 13 rebounds in a loss to Iolani.
>> Jessica Maielua, Lahainaluna: Hit the winning layup in a 44-43 win over Kalaheo.
>> Kurt Nino, Damien: Defeated Moanalua's Ryan Perez on the second playoff hole to win the state boys individual title.
>> Cory French, Kauai: Finished in a tie for fifth place at the state tournament, leading the Red Raiders to the team title.
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