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Pearl City handles Leilehua


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POSTED: Thursday, April 02, 2009

Chase Numata scored on a fielding error in the third inning, and Bronson Oda followed with a sacrifice fly to right field to drive in Derrick Viela as top-ranked Pearl City held off Leilehua 8-4 in Oahu Interscholastic Association Red West baseball at Fred Wright Park yesterday.

With two runs in the fifth inning, Leilehua strung together three straight hits to rally within 4-2, but Pearl City capitalized on Mules errors in the top of the sixth inning to put the game out of reach with three unearned runs.

 

At Fred Wright Park

                                                                                                                                                           
Pearl City (9-0)0022031874
Leilehua (2-5)0000220476

Kawika Pruett, Isaac Shim (6) and Carlton Tanabe. Desmond Ontai, Lawrence Paas (4), Sean McCalley (7) and Jeremy Suguitan, Ontai (4). W—Pruett. L—Ontai.
Leading hittersPC: Tanabe 3b; Derrick Viela 2 RBIs. Leil: Jake Bautista 2 RBIs; Ontai 2-4; Suguitan 2-4, RBI.

 

Waianae 4, Kapolei 3

Kalei Hensley singled up the middle to drive in Joe Frederick in the fifth inning to highlight a three-run inning to lead the visiting Hurricanes over the Seariders.

Bronson Barboza hit a solo home run to left-center field in the fourth inning for Kapolei.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Kapolei (3-4)00001023113
Waianae (1-6)0001300472

Christian Nazareno, Trey Kamachi (5), Carlos Rodriguez (5) and Brandon Damas. Jobe Cabral, Ryan Tabangcura (3), Kalei Hensley (6) and Joe Frederick. W—Cabral. L—Nazareno.
Leading hittersKapolei: Matt Moses 2-4, RBI, Damas 2-4; Kamachi 2-3, 2 runs. Waianae: Bronson Barboza HR; Hensley, run, RBI.

 

Campbell 4, Mililani 3, 10 inn.

After nearly 10 innings, Michael Memea scored the game-winning run to lead the Sabers past the Trojans.

Mililani's Travis Inouye hit a two-run homer in the seventh to force the extra innings.

Keanu Kapana struck out five batters in the first six innings before handing the ball to Chadwick Kaalekahi, who picked up the win on the mound.

 

                                                                                                                                                                           
Mililani (2-4)0100002000381
Campbell (5-4)2000010001461

Preston Pacolba, Ray Sugihara (8) and Jacob Matsukawa. Keanu Kapana, Charles Kaalekahi (7) and Chadwick Kaalekahi. W—Kaalekahi. L—Sugihara.
Leading hittersMil: Jordan Queja 3-5; Andrew Benitez 2-4; Travis Inouye HR, 2 RBIs. Camp: Nicholas Tiglao 2-3, 3b; Michael Memea 2-4, 2 2b.

 

OIA RED EAST

Moanalua 5, Kalani 0

Na Menehune gave up only one hit on their way to the shutout of the Falcons.

Landon Yoshikawa had two doubles, driving in two runs for Moanalua.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Kalani (6-2)0000000014
Moanalua (5-2)040010x550

Sean Nagaoka, Dillon Matsuda (2), Gavin Okada (5) and Kial Odo. Zachary Manago, Regan Lum (7) and Chris Liu-Faguid. W—Manago. L—Nagaoka.
Leading hittersKaln: Jake Massey 1-2. Moan: Lum HR; Landon Yoshikawa 2-3, 2 2bs 2RBIs.

 

Roosevelt 9, Kalaheo 3

Lowen Kaho'oilihala hit a two-run home run to left-center field in the second inning to lead the Rough Riders to their first regular-season win.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Roosevelt (1-6)13220109103
Kalaheo (0-7)0010011362

Rylan Ikehara and Cameron Fuchigami. Colby Lee, Aaron Fernandez (3), Ben Scofield (6), Justin Paris (7) and Paris, Lawaika Bator (7). W—Ikehara. L—Lee.
Leading hittersRoos: Lowen Kaho'oilihala 3-4, HR; Zachary Hamasaki 3 runs; Randon Mauad 3b, 2 RBIs; Ikehara 2-3, 2 RBIs. Kalh: Torin Luis 2-2.

 

Kaiser 17, Castle 8

An offensive onslaught by the Cougars propelled them past the host Knights.

Four players had multiple RBIs for Kaiser, which posted 21 hits.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Kaiser (2-1)101514517210
Castle (3-4)3004001875

Zach Wong, Kekoa Torres (2), Cal Tashiro, (7) and Bryce Marcouiller. Nick Oreta, Ilika Jarrett (3), Brandon Higa (6) and Bryson Luke. W—Torres. L—Jarrett.
Leading hittersKais: Tashiro 3-4; Jaymes Kawashima 3-5; Joel Honma 3-5, 2 RBIs; Marcouiller 2-5, HR, 2 RBIs; Wong 2-5, 2b, 2 RBIs; Shane Tsutahara 2-4, 2b, 2 RBIs; Brandon Toriki 2-2. Cast: Keola Jarrett 2-3, HR; Chad Takaba 2b, 2 RBIs.

 

OIA WHITE

Radford 11, Farrington 1, 6 inn.

JB Fontenot doubled to right-center field to drive in two runs with the bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth inning as the Rams romped over the Govs.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Farrington (1-7) 100000129
Radford (4-2) 1214121181

Paul Reyes, Bryston Doctolero (5) and Doctolero, Wayne Segundo (5). Damon Puskaritch, Brad Osborne (3), Matthew Camerer (6) and Troy Evans. W—Osborne. L—Reyes.
Leading hittersFarrington: Doctolero 2b. Radford: Jobi Fontenot 2b, 2 runs; Osborne 2-4, 2b, 2 runs; JB Fontenot 2b, 2 RBIs; Zach Lagier 2 runs; Evans 2b.

 

Waipahu 10, Kaimuki 0

Drake Yoshioka scored three runs as the Marauders blew past the Bulldogs.

Tryton Gante picked up the win for Kaimuki, which pitched a collective no-hitter.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Waipahu (8-0)620 20001090
Kaimuki (2-5)0000000003

Tryton Gante, Kaimi Haina (5) and Ignatius Mackenzie. Eddie Char and Shawn Kitahara. W—Gante. L—Char.
Leading hittersWaip: Drake Yoshioka 2-2, 2b, RBI, 3 runs; Sam Chi 2-2, HR, 2 RBIs; Mackenzie 2b, 2RBIs.

Also
Kahuku def. Nanakuli (forfeit)

 

ILH

No. 3 Kamehameha 5, Saint Louis 0

Keanu Carmichael led off the bottom of the fifth inning with a solo shot to left-center field to lead the Warriors over the Crusaders.

Alika Pruett and Kainoa Inafuku combined on a one-hitter as Kamehameha blanked its second league foe in as many days.

 

                                                                                                                                                           
Saint Louis (3-4)0000000012
Kamehameha (7-1)202010x572

Derek Nakasato, Noah Siegfried (5) and Moses Samia. Alika Pruett, Kainoa Inafuku (7) and Keanu Carmichael. W—Prueet. L—Nakasato.
Leading hittersKS: Carmichael 2-3, HR, 3 RBIs.

 

Damien 8, Pac-Five 5

Trey Derby's double down the right-field line highlighted a five-run second inning as the Monarchs kept the Wolfpack winless at Ala Wai Community Park.

 

At Ala Wai Community Park

                                                                                                                                                           
Pac-Five (0-6)0003101582
Damien (3-4)050111x893

Jordan Kumasaka, Christian Morimoto (3), Ryan Ueunten (6) and Reid Morihara. Jeremy Dela Cruz, Trey Derby (5), DJ Andrade (6) and Aalona Amimoto. W—Dela Cruz. L—Kumasaka.
Leading hittersPac: Noa Okinaka 2-4, 2b, 3b2 runs; Matthew Nishiyama 2-4, 3b, run, RBI; Ueunten 2-4, 2 RBIs. DMS: Jordan Murai 2-4, 2b, 2 RBIs; Taylor Kauweloa 2-4, 3b, 2 runs; Amimoto 2-4, 2 RBIs; Derby 1-1, 2b, run, 2 RBIs.