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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, June 7, 2000

Gatorade honors Ing

Mitzi Ing, who pitched Iolani to its second consecutive state softball championship, has been named the Gatorade Hawaii High School Player of the Year.

Ing joins 45 other state winners in competition for the national Player of the Year award, to be announced later this month.

Ing finished the 2000 season with a 15-0 record and an 0.28 earned run average. She also batted .404 for the Raiders.

UH signs JC pitcher

Matt Le Ducq, a left-handed pitcher from Santa Rosa Junior College, has signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Hawaii next year.

This season, Le Ducq posted a 9-2 record with a 2.35 earned run average for the Bear Cubs.

In 95-2/3 innings, Le Ducq allowed 75 hits, walked 35 and fanned 59. He was named to the all-Bay Valley Conference team.

Lanikai takes MISO title

Lanikai outscored Latin Hawaii, 3-1, in a penalty-kick shootout to win the MISO soccer title Sunday at Waimanalo.

After Lanikai's William McCarthy scored with two minutes left in regulation play to tie the match at 2-2, the teams struggled through two scoreless overtime periods before the deciding shootout.

USA-Japan tickets

Tickets for the USA-Japan College All-Star games at Rainbow Stadium will cost $5 for adults and $3 for fans age 16 and under.

The teams play here June 25 and June 27.

Japan swept the visiting USA team, 5-0, last summer.

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