Sharks shell CaneFires in HWB
Honolulu rolled over West Oahu 8-2 in Hawaii Winter Baseball yesterday at Hans L'Orange Field.
Fuminori Yokogawa and Matt Wieters drove in two runs each for the Sharks, who snapped a three-game losing streak and remained a half-game behind Waikiki in the East Division.
Honolulu reliever Chad Thall earned the win after pitching two scoreless innings and striking out three without surrendering a hit.
Former Castle High pitcher Reid Santos took the loss for the CaneFires in relief.
» David Maroul hit a solo home run in a three-run seventh inning for Waikiki, as the BeachBoys rallied to beat North Shore last night.
Nicholas Carr earned the win with three innings of relief.
Lam, Lajola advance in tennis Futures
Chris Lam of Hawaii and Dennis Lajola of Aiea advanced to the third round of the Honolulu Futures tennis tournament yesterday at the University of Hawaii Tennis Complex.
Lam beat former Hawaii Pacific player Jan-Axel Tribler 4-6, 6-0, 6-2, while Lajola got past Marc-Andre Stratling 6-2, 6-0 in second-round matches.
UH player Andreas Weber was eliminated in a 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 loss to Christoph Palmanshofer.
In doubles former Punahou player Ikaika Jobe and former Kauai High player Brad Lum-Tucker advanced with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Hubert Holzler and Palmanshofer.
Chaminade routs Golden State Baptist
Chaminade got off to a good start for the new season last night, rolling to a 102-58 victory over Golden State Baptist.
The Silverswords shot 54 percent from the field and dished out 30 assists in the victory.
» The Silverswords signed Demetrius Turner, a 6-foot-4 guard from Los Angeles, to a letter of intent yesterday.
Turner, who averaged 16.4 points and 3.8 rebounds last year for Cerritos College, will play for Chaminade next year.
Turner had numerous looks from Division I and II colleges, according to Chaminade sports information director Maurice Maggiolino.