Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Friday, February 12, 1999

Kailua upsets Baldwin

Hauoli Kaaihue-Hughes pitched a two-hitter for her second consecutive complete-game victory and Kailua upset third-seeded Baldwin, 2-1, yesterday in the State Softball Tournament at Roosevelt Stadium.

In tonight's semifinals, the Surfriders (13-2) play second-seeded Iolani (15-2) and Punahou (14-3) meets top-seeded Mililani (14-0).

The Raiders beat Castle, 4-1, in a rain-shortened five-inning game; the Buffanblu downed Waiakea, 9-2, with a 12-hit attack, and the Trojans fell behind, 6-0, in the first inning before rallying for a 7-6 victory over Leilehua.

bullet Kailua 2, Baldwin 1: Kailua's Jana Pintz and Shelly Featheran both scored on a fourth-inning throwing error by Baldwin third baseman Kaleo Eldredge.

Kaaihue-Hughes, who had tossed a one-hitter in her first tournament start, made the two runs stand up, striking out five.

Kailua		000	200	0--2	4	1
Baldwin		100	000	0--1	2	3
Hauoli Kaaihue-Hughes and Shannon Celoza; Shannon Tabion and Jessie Moniz.

Leading hitter--Kail: Shannon Celoza, 2b.

bullet Iolani 4, Castle 1: Pitcher Mitzi Ing had two hits, scored two runs and drove in another to pace the Raiders. She also held the Knights to two hits.

The game was halted by rain with Castle (11-3) batting in the top of the sixth inning.

Castle		000	10--1	2	1
Iolani		003	01--4	7	0
Heather Berinobis and Kealoha Yamaguchi; Mitzi Ing and Aurea Astro.

Leading hitter--Iol: Mitzi Ing, 2-3, 2 runs, RBI.

bullet Punahou 9, Waiakea 2: Estee Okamura, Kealohi Reppun, Nohea Torres and Sarah Yamashiro each had two hits for the Buffanblu, who also made the most of six errors by the Warriors.

Shauna Perry had two hits for Waiakea (8-2).

Punahou		311	310	0--9	12	2
Waiakea		001	100	0--2	8	6
Sarah Yamashiro, Lauren Hiramoto (7) and Natalie Fujimoto; Cassie Kahana, Chevis Campbell (5) and Shauna Perry. W--Yamashiro. L--Kahana.

Leading hitters--Pun: Estee Okamura, 2-4, 2 runs; Kealohi Reppun, 2-4; Nohea Torres, 2-2; Sarah Yamashiro, 2-3, 2 RBI. Wai: Shauna Perry, 2-3.

bullet Mililani 7, Leilehua 6: Shannon Antonio doubled home the tying run in the fifth inning and scored on Stacie Kato's double to cap the Trojans' comeback.

Johnna Rowland pitched six innings of one-hit relief to earn the win after the Mules capitalized on three Mililani errors to score six runs in the first.

Leilehua	600	000	0--6	4	0
Mililani	040	120	x--7	11	3
Kehau Kahana and Kayla Kahuli; Chanelle Chikazawa, Johnny Rowland (2) and Nancy Vega. W--Rowland. L--Kahana.

Leading hitters--Mil: Shannon Antonio, 2-3, 2b, 2 runs; Stacie Kato, 2-3, 2b; Nancy Vega, 2-3, 3b; Marcie Jackson, 1-1, 3 RBI.

Arndt kicks Kamehameha
into soccer semifinals

Raine Arndt's goal in the 61st minute of play gave Kamehameha a 3-2 victory over Baldwin last night and a semifinal berth in the Outrigger Hotels State Girls' Soccer Championships at War Memorial Stadium in Wailuku.

Also advancing yesterday were Mililani, Iolani and Pearl City.

In tonight's semis, Iolani takes on Pearl City at 5:30 p.m. and Kamehameha meets Mililani at 7:30.

The winners will play for the state title at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.

Kamehameha	1	2--3
Baldwin		0	2--2
Goal scorers: Kam: Chelsea Montero, Robyn DeHay, Raine Arndt. Bal: Tia Medeiros, Nicole Garbin.

bullet Mililani 9, Kapaa 0: Robyn Watanabe scored twice as the Trojans beat the Bears.

Mililani	3	6--9
Kapaa		0	0--0
Goal scorers--Mil: Robyn Watanabe 2, Hauoli Kondo, Kara Narimatsu, Jamie Morgan, Nani Ah Sam, Shari Nakayama, Taryn Murata, Jolie Nitta.

bullet Iolani 4, Kailua 0: Shari Nishikawa had two goals as the Red Raiders blanked the Surfriders.

Iolani		1	3--4
Kailua		0	0--0
Goal scorers--Iol: Shari Nishikawa 2, Maya Sakamaki, Jamie Shibata.

bullet Pearl City 2, Hawaii Prep 1: Second-half goals by Ami Balecha and Mandy Yamamoto gave the Chargers the nod over Ka Makani.

Pearl City	0	2--2
Hawaii Prep	0	1--1
Goal scorers--PC: Ami Balecha, Mandy Yamamoto. HPA: Cobey Ackerman.

bullet Consolation bracket

Aiea 1, Maui 0, decided on penalty kicks

Warriors, Saints
in playoff

Kamehameha and St. Louis will tangle at 6:30 p.m. today at Punahou for the Interscholastic League of Honolulu's third berth in the state basketball tournament.

The winner will join Punahou and Iolani in the HHSAA field. In last night's games at Punahou:

bullet Kamehameha 50, Mid-Pacific 36: At Punahou, the Warriors scored 14 of their 19 fourth-quarter points from the free-throw line . Kolo Kapanui led Kamehameha with 20 points and Haku Milles hit six free throws and 11 of his 15 points in the final quarter, which began with the Warriors clinging to a two-point lead.

Rex Rundgren was Mid-Pacific's high scorer with 16 points.

Mid-Pacific	5	14	10	7--36
Kamehameha	10	9	12	19--50
Mid-Pacific: Lance Takaki 11, Casey Taira 0, Garrett Kuwahara 2, Justin Matsunaga 0, Rex Rundgren 16, Kyle Yanabu 0, Ricky Bauer 3, Tora Matsuoka 4, Kris Cuaresma-Primm 0.

Kamehameha: Nouveau Naumu 0, Jordan Vannatta 1, Dennen Kanoa 2, Puni Ellis 0, Kanoa Alapai 6, Keoni Lota 1, Isaiah Alameda 5, Haku Milles 15, Reggie Maldonado 0, Kolo Kapanui 20, Josh Steinhoff 0.

bullet St. Louis 41, University 24: At Punahou, Matt Vivas' 10 points led a balanced attack by the Crusaders.

University	7	3	5	9--24
St. Louis	19	6	12	4--41
UHS: Casey Kushiyama 6, Andrew Ige 4, Patrick Okubo 0, Riki Yoshida 2, Chaz Hirata 1, Ryan Woodward 5, Kory Konemoto 6.

St. Louis: Kaui Ho 2, Anthony Arceneaux 5, Timmy Chang 2, Joey Borja 7, Ferris Chappel 0, Enoch McKeague 0, Kalvin Koverman 2, Matt Vivas 10, Sione Thompson 7, Frank Rivers 2, Joe Siofele 4.

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