By Star-Bulletin Staff
Musashimaru, or Fiamalu Penitani of Hawaii, improved to 6-3, sending out No. 1 maegashira Kenko (3-6) with hand thrusts. Konishiki, or Salevaa Atisanoe from Hawaii, improved to 5-4 with a win over Mainoumi.
It was Sheridan's fourth victory against two losses in the best-of-seven series.
Ron Doi pitched the first five innings for Sheridan and left with a 9-5 lead. Eugene Myers finished up to earn the save.
Corey Ishigo sparked Sheridan with two singles, a double and home run four runs batted in.
Sean Okimoto and Duke Chinen each had two hits. Chinen also drove in two runs.
Waipahu's Nolan Tokuda and Brent Shimokawa had four and three hits, respectively.
Tokuda and Shimokawa each paired hits as Waipahu won the opener, 5-3, to keep its hopes alive.
Tokuda also pitched a complete game, allowing eight hits, walking three and striking out three.
Heather Martz-Jorris was the first women's finisher with a time of 27:07. Kass Ohriner (27:48) was the runner-up and Tina Sandlin (29:23) was third.
Stephen Adler (24:12) was right behind Hursty with Michael Fitzgerald (24:56) third.
Sonia Lambert took the women's division in 2:22:16. Loretta Toth (2:26:10) was next followed by Gail Grabowsky (2:27:02).
In the men's 12-mile kayak race, Stuart Gaessner (1:39:10) finished ahead of David Horner (1:42:48) and Guy Pere (1:43:51).
Kelly Fey won the women's kayak race with a time of 1:55:37. Nicole Wilcox (1:59:36) was runner-up and Karen Kiefer (2:06:38) took third.
Star Perry opened the 11th with a single and Jarrett Lono pinch ran for her. Lynette Williams followed with her fifth single and the runners advanced on a sacrifice bunt. Gunter then intentionally walked Lea Siufanua but a wild pitch to the next batter allowed Lono to score.
In the second game, Taire Geolina singled home Brigette Larson with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh, give HPU (13-7) a 6-5 triumph.
Williams had two doubles and three RBIs.