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Star-Bulletin Sports

Wednesday, September 27, 2000

P R E P _ S P O R T S


Athletes of the Week



Michelle Look

The 5-foot-10, junior outside hitter had 11 digs in the Buffanblu's big win over St. Francis, and 34 digs, 10 aces and 8 blocks as Punahou placed third in the Maui Life-Durango tournament in Las Vegas.


Kekoa Reyes

The 6-foot, 185-pound junior safety intercepted 3 passes as the Seariders beat Kahuku's Red Raiders, 12-7, Friday at Aloha Stadium in a game for first place in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Red Division.

He also made key tackles on special teams, saving possible touchdowns on a kickoff and a punt.

Honor Roll


Here are some of last week's other outstanding performers in Hawaii high school sports :


Bullet Mark Kato, Roosevelt: Fired a team-high 239 to lead Rough Riders to win over Farrington.

Bullet Vicci Yau, Punahou: Shot 263 to help the girls squad to victory over Kamehameha at the St. Louis range.


Bullet Ivan Miyasato, Aiea: Recorded a 707 series, averaging a 236 in the three games.

Bullet Kevin Soriano, Kapolei: Rolled an OIA season-high 277 game and finished with a 660 series.


Bullet Christal Cuadra, Pac-Five: Won the girls' Mid-Pacific meet in 12:36.70.

Bullet Justin Peterson, Kamehameha: Won a meet at Mid-Pacific in 17:10, finishing 38 seconds ahead of the nearest competitor.


Bullet Jon Fo, Kamehameha: Threw for 5 touchdowns against Punahou to give him 9 scoring strikes in last 2 games.

Bullet Kali French, Mililani: Ran for 3 scores and passed for another as the Trojans held off Aiea.

Bullet Ryan Gleed, Hawaii Prep: Rushed for 264 yards on 21 carries and 3 TDs against Kohala on Saturday, as HPA won, 34-14.

Bullet Saia Hafoka, Kahuku: Grabbed 6 passes for 126 yards and a TD in losing effort against Waianae.

Bullet Daniel Inferrera, St. Louis: Returned kickoff 91 yards for TD and caught scoring pass in the Crusaders' win over Pac-Five.

Bullet Bronson Melemai and Donny Mateaki, Iolani: Defensive players each scored a TD and helped Raider defense limit Damien to 110 yards.

Bullet Josh Uelese, Kailua: Ran for 233 yards on 33 carries in a win against Farrington to take over as rushing leader in the Red Division.


Bullet Elizabeth Narkon, St. Francis: Match-high 14 kills and 5 blocks in loss to Punahou.

Bullet Pomai Neff, Kaiser: Blasted 11 kills in a two-game win over Kailua.

Bullet Puna Richardson, Punahou: Helped Buffanblu to first place in ILH with 12-kill, 5-block effort in victory over St. Francis. Also made all-tournament at the Maui Life-Durango in Las Vegas.


Bullet David Pietsch, Punahou: Scored 3 goals and dished out 2 second-quarter assists in a 12-7 defeat of Iolani.

Now You Know



Bullet Chef and restaurateur Sam Choy is the title sponsor of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association bowling tournament, Nov. 9-10 at Kona Bowl on the Big Island.

HHSAA executive director Keith Amemiya also announced that the tournament will be one of several televised for the first time, via an agreement with the Hawaii Sports Network.

Back in the day



Bullet Kamehameha senior Rachel Watson notched 16 kills in the Warriors' first two ILH matches. Watson's mother, Keala O'Sullivan, won a diving bronze medal at the 1968 Olympics, but Rachel excelled in prep volleyball and basketball and starred in volleyball at Syracuse University (1996-1999).

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