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Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Wednesday, October 18, 2000

Prep standings and schedules


Trojans, Golden Hawks
still breathing

football: Mililani and Nanakuli ride precarious bubbles for playoff spots as the Oahu Interscholastic Association heads into the final weekend of regular season play.

Nanakuli must beat Waialua and Campbell must lose to Pearl City and Castle must lose to Kalani for the Golden Hawks to wrest the third OIA White spot from the Sabers.

Mililani must beat Leilehua and Aiea must beat Kailua and Farrington must beat Kaimuki for the Trojans to take away the fifth OIA Red spot from the Surfriders.

Waianae, Kahuku, Kaimuki, Farrington, Castle and McKinley have clinched playoff berths.

WATER POLO: Iolani tries to avenge its first round loss to rival Punahou in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu match Friday at Iolani.


Pearl City, Mililani
win bowling titles

Aiea's Ivan Miyasato rolled a season-high 835 series highlighted by a 289 game yesterday, but it wasn't enough to propel Na Alii past Pearl City as the Charger boys won the OIA West bowling championship yesterday at Aiea Bowl. The Chargers finished league play at 23-4, while Aiea was 22-5. Mililani won the girls' championship. ... Star-Bulletin 2000 all-state shortstop Kelii Alcon of two-time state champion Molokai has verbally committed to Loyola Marymount. ... Waianae wide receiver/kicker Shawn Bebeau and St. Francis distance runner Annie Kawasaki are two of the more notable names among the 28 Hawaii nominees for the Wendy's High School Heisman award. See for more information.

Dave Reardon, Star-Bulletin


Athletes of the Week

Josh Uelese


The converted defensive lineman rushed for 277 yards in the rain on 18 carries in a victory over Leilehua.

Telianne Ho


She continued her stellar shooting by scoring a 272 out of a possible 300 in a narrow victory over Punahou.

Honor Roll

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


Bullet Hazel Donato, Farrington: Fired a 240 in a win against McKinley and a 241 against Kalaheo.


Bullet Ivan Miyasato, Aiea: In six games over two days, he averaged 254, with highs of 279 and 267; his series average was 763.
Bullet Paul Acfalle, Waipahu: Finished just behind Miyasato on Tuesday with a 277 and followed with 240 Wednesday.
Bullet Sky Hieda, Pearl City: Rolled a 268 game and 657 series.


Bullet Ashlee Doi, Mililani: Captured the Western Division 2-mile title at Nanakuli in 13:11.76.

Bullet Jeff Lim, Mililani: Won the Western Division championship 3-mile race at Nanakuli in 16:47.55.


Bullet Roscoe Agapay, St. Louis: Linebacker contributed 2 1/2 sacks against Pac-Five.
Bullet Micah Bermoy, Waimea: Highlighted a win over Kauai with 62-yard punt return and an 85-yard kickoff return for touchdowns.
Bullet Matthew Freidman, Pac-Five: Hauled in 10 catches for 172 yards and a TD against the top-ranked Crusaders.
Bullet Chanceton Mirafuentes, Kaimuki: Gained 177 yards in the pouring rain and scored the game's only touchdown in a win over Aiea.
Bullet Dane Montez, Kamehameha: Entered in the second quarter and piled up 153 yards on the ground and scored two touchdowns.
Bullet Jamison Rabaino, Campbell: Rushed for 215 yards on 22 carries in a playoff-clinching win against Moanalua.


Bullet Brandan Woods, Mid-Pacific: Won the ILHmen's sprint by .48 of a second, with a time of 59.42.


Bullet Matt Bninski, Hawaii Baptist: His 19 kills against University helped HBA clinch sixth place.

St. Louis-De La Salle unlikely

Bullet Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive director Keith Amemiya said he was misquoted in a FoxSports Internet article which says the HHSAA has given consensus national top-10 St. Louis the "thumbs up" to pursue a football game against top-ranked De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) in November, thus foregoing the Hawaii state tournament.

"No one from St. Louis has indicated that it's close to happening, so we haven't addressed the (HHSAA) board yet," Amemiya told the Star-Bulletin yesterday.

Speculation over such a game surfaced last week, but athletic directors Cal Lee of St. Louis and Terry Eidson of De La Salle have not even spoken to each other.

Whether both teams can get out of other commitments at this late date is questionable, so the possibility appears to be a dead issue ... for now.

Seven years ago this week

Bullet St. Louis hung on to beat Punahou, 21-14, ending a two-game losing streak in the ILH -- the Crusaders longest slide since 1982. Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala rushed for 142 yards and George Ornellas scored three TDs to overcome a 319-yard passing game by Punahou's Makaena Puli. The game was in doubt until Kawika Ordenstein recovered Punahou's onside kick with less than two minutes left.

To nominate...

A male and female athlete will be selected each week based on their performances of the previous week. To nominate, call the Star-Bulletin Sports Department between 7-11 p.m. Sundays at 525-8600; fax it to 525-5497; or e-mail to

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