Prep briefs


POSTED: Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Big blue steps up for preps

A $25,000 check from the State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers has helped boost donations for high school athletics.

The HHSAA's Save Our Sports account is now at $850,000, executive director Keith Amemiya said.

“;It was very generous of them. We appreciate the support of SHOPO, especially since many of the police officers across the state played sports. Some of them are involved in high school sports today as coaches,”; Amemiya said.


Red Raiders reach the top

As far as Reggie Torres is concerned, the Kahuku football team is staying focused.

The Red Raiders (5-0) moved up to No. 1 in the Star-Bulletin Football Top 10 yesterday, and are also No. 10 in the National Prep Football Poll's West Coast rankings.

Injuries have hit the Red Raiders, with the loss of receiver Lopaka Morris and running back Galeai Malufau. Coach Reggie Torres wants his team to take it one step at a time.

“;We're just focusing on Kaimuki coming up (this weekend),”; he said.


Friday game on the web

Friday's football matchup between eight-ranked Punahou and sixth-ranked 'Iolani will be viewable on http://www.hawaiidigitalsports.com and http://www.espn1420am.com.

Kickoff is set for 3:15 p.m.




Margarito Martinez
» Cross country: His time of 15 minutes and 38 seconds led all Hawaii runners (second overall) at the 'Iolani Invitational.

Mahina Haina
» Volleyball: The senior pounded 17 kills in a win over Hawaii Baptist.




» Alexander Char, Punahou: 268 against Mid-Pacific
» Arlynne Criste, Punahou: 260 against Mid-Pacific
» Treston Silva, Kamehameha; 254 against Island Pacific



» Stanton Adsuara, Moanalua: 620 series
» Chaz Kobayashi, Castle: 620 series
» David Goo, Kalani: 622 series
» Austin Patacsil, Kailua: 648 series
» Tammi Sakaguchi, Kalaheo: 268 high game, 633 series



» Brady Ellie, Punahou: ran an 18:43 (fifth overall) and led all Hawaii runners at the 'Iolani Invitational



» Ray Cooper III, Pearl City: rushed for 200 yards and a touchdown against Anuenue
» Aaron Goo, Saint Louis: kicked field goals of 25 and 30 yards against Punahou
» Jourdan Solomon, Aiea: 10 receptions for 94 yards and a touchdown against Aiea
» Harry Tuimaseve, Farrington: rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown against Kailua
» Puletua Wilson, Waianae: rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns, and passed for 133 yards against Nanakuli
» Shayvis Wilson, Damien: seven receptions for 123 yards, including touchdowns of 9, 31 and 28 yards against Word of Life



» Taylor Akana, Kamehameha: seven kills against St. Andrew's Priory
» Taylor Pupuhi, Roosevelt: eight kills against Kahuku
» Nicole Sniffen, Kamehameha: seven kills against St. Andrew's Priory
» Amanda Tonga, Kahuku: eight kills against Roosevelt
» Mali'e Yoon, 'Iolani: 35 assists against Hawaii Baptist
» Alissa Youart, 'Iolani: 12 kills against HBA.