Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, January 29, 1999

Moanalua takes
OIA West title

Bryson Kamakura poured in 10 of his game-high 16 points to lead Moanalua over Waianae, 44-29, in Oahu Interscholastic Association Western Division basketball last night at the Menehunes' gym.

The win cinched the division title for the Menehunes (9-0) for the third straight year. It was the 35th consecutive OIA West win for Moanalua.

William Broadus hit two 3-pointers and scored nine points to lead Waianae (7-2).

Waianae		8	6	3	12--29
Moanalua	10	12	7	15--44
Waianae: Mike Autida 4, Nathaniel Donnell 5, Gerald Boyd 0, Ronald Brown 3, William Ballaran 0, William Broadus 9, Robert Hamili 2, Wilfredo Dinong 0, Wesley Lopes 0, Sam Keauli'i 6.

Moanalua: Johnathan Tanibe 0, Charles Coen 2, Michael Towner 3, Saffrey Silva 0, Brian Green 10, Bryson Kamakura 16, Clint Fivella 1, Taega Sagadraca 0, Fred Floranda 0, Ki Deok Kwon 6, J. Marxen 6.

JV score: Moanalua 50, Waianae 42.

bullet Waipahu 43, Pearl City 26: At Waipahu, Vernon Tailele scored 11 points to lead the Marauders (6-3) past the Chargers (3-5).

Jerome Williams had five points in the second quarter, taking Waipahu into halftime with an eight-point lead.

Pearl City	8	6	7	5--26
Waipahu		10	12	8	13--43
Pearl City: Lawrence Imanil 0, Justen Shelton 3, Jerry Campania 4, Raymond Bode 5, Richard Simbre 8, Christian Luke 0, Rodney DeVega 0, Emilio Aguilar 2, Courtney Schirmer 0, Miguel Parks 2, Patrick Sullivan 2.

Waipahu: Christopher Duke 6, Quinton Canencia 2, Arnold Orpilla 0, Vernon Tailele 11, Oliver Edejer 0, Creserlie Pasion 9, Jerome Williams 8, Eugene Adduro 0, Darrell Moore 0, Clint Fludd 6.

bullet Nanakuli 73, Campbell 55: At Campbell, Kevin Calleon scored seven points in the first quarter to ignite the Golden Hawks (7-2) against the Sabers (3-6).

Calleon finished with 15 points.

Bryan Redor led all scorers with 19 in the losing cause.

Nanakuli	16	15	21	21--73
Campbell	10	14	14	17--55
Nanakuli: Kevin Kwan 4, Bronson Akuna 0, Silas Ah Sui 4, Mafua Mafua 13, A. Figueroa 5, Louis Mafua 5, Chris Asinsin 8, Joseph Lewis 8, Samson Luavasa 2, Alfredo Paulo 2, Keoki Duarte 5, J. Laguatan 2, Kevin Calleon 15.

Campbell: Leighton Tanioka 2, Antone Pacheco 0, Lindon Redona 4, David Fuller 5, Michael Villoria 12, Addison Medeiros 7, Ed Powers 4, Wes Pacheco 0, Bryan Redor 19, Randy Saramosing 2, Brandon Hopfe.

JV score: Campbell 44, Nanakuli 41.

bullet Leilehua 66, Waialua 45: At Leilehua, Joshua Jumawan and Clifton Feliciano each scored 13 points, leading the Mules to their first victory in 10 games while leaving the Bulldogs winless in 10.

Leilehua outscored the Bulldogs, 12-0, in the opening quarter and led by 10 or more points the rest of the way.

Ikaika Soares led Waialua with 15 points and Julian Luke had 10.

Waialua		0	17	17	11--45
Leilehua	12	15	22	17--66
Waialua: Stephen Gudoy 0, Angelito Alfanta 4, Julian Luke 10, Ikaika Soares 15, Desmond Amper 0, Danny Asuncion 4, Jason Pacariem 6, Pita Fuiava 2, Jared Chun 0, Stanley Kawai 4, Clifford Watanabe 0.

Leilehua: Bronson Dumlao 2, Cory Sykes 2, Garland Gantt 2, Charles Lewis 6, Joshua Jumawan 13, Clifton Feliciano 13, Shane Tangonan 0, Brandon Rickard 4, Jonathan Dumlao 6, Sean Arquines 2, Kuaika Thomas 2, Anthony Newsome 6, Tyrone Pearson 6, Kenny Whiteside 2.

JV score: Leilehua 71, Waialua 36.


Omiya leads
Aiea’s romp

Michael Omiya scored three goals as Aiea's Na Alii cruised through the first round of the OIA boys' soccer tournament yesterday with a 6-0 win over Roosevelt.

Also advancing yesterday were Kaiser, which beat Leilehua, 2-1, in overtime; Moanalua, which beat Kahuku, 6-0, and Kailua, a 2-1 winner over Campbell.

Kaiser had goals from Kenny Patton and Jordan Inouye in its tight contest with Leilehua. Brandon Edgamin scored for the Mules.

Moanalua's Kenji Treschuk knocked in three goals and teammate Steven Birgado added two against Kahuku.

Kailua's Alex Iconomou and Keahi Mau each scored in the tight win over Campbell. The Sabers had a goal from Keoni Ariola.

The boys' quarterfinals will be played tomorrow. The schedule: At Mililani--Aiea vs. Kalaheo, 5:15 p.m.; Kaiser vs. Mililani, 7 p.m. At Castle--Kailua vs. Pearl City, 5:15 p.m.; Moanalua vs. Castle, 7 p.m.

The girls' quarterfinals will be played today. The schedule: At Mililani, Aiea vs. Kaiser, 5:15 p.m.; Kahuku vs. Mililani, 7 p.m. At Castle--Kailua vs. Pearl City, 5:15 p.m.; Kalaheo vs. Castle, 7 p.m.


softball rematch

In a rematch of last year's championship game, Kailua and Castle will meet in tonight's Oahu Interscholastic Association girls' softball tournament semifinals.

The Surfriders and Knights play at 4:30 p.m., at Roosevelt.

Roosevelt will meet the winner of the Mililani-Leilehua quarterfinal at 6:15 p.m.

The game between Mililani and Leilehua was postponed last night due to rain and will be made up today.

In last night's other games:

bullet Castle 6, Aiea 1: Kea Yamaguchi had three hits to support the pitching of Heather Berinobis as the Knights beat Na Alii.

bullet Kailua 3, Campbell 0: Hauoli Kaaihue-Hughes tossed a one-hit shutout and Jana Pintz had two hits as the Surfriders beat the Sabers.

Michelle Isa stroked a two-run single for Kailua in their three-run fourth inning.

bullet Roosevelt 2, Pearl City 1: Winning pitcher Kristin Fujii had two hits and April Crowell and Kelsie Kobashigawa each had a double as the Rough Riders beat the Chargers.

The championship game will be played tomorrow at 5 p.m.

Admission today and tomorrow is $5 general and $3 students.

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