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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Wednesday, June 6, 2001

Soccer championships settled from youth leagues to masters men

Advertiser Staff

From the Golden Eagles in the under 13-year-old girls division of the Hawai'i Youth Soccer Association to the Silver Strikers in the 45-years and older Miso Masters Division of the Men's Island Soccer Organization, championships were determined in the past week.

The HPU Warriors defeated the Hellions, 4-1, to win the MISO spring championship for the third time in four years Sunday at Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Park. Lanikai Tuesday edged short-handed Army, 1-0, for third place.

The Hellions played the last 73 minutes a player short as recent 'Aiea High graduate Benjamin Villaflor was red-carded early for throwing the ball into an opponent. HPU already was ahead 1-0 on a volley by Viken Martanian that MISO president Sergio Bolioli called "perhaps the goal of the season."

Army was missing five on-duty starters, including Orlando Suazo, the league's leading scorer and Most Valuable Player. Tione Hackney scored Lanikai's goal in the 18th minute.

Sixty-six teams played 100 games in boys and girls divisions ranging from under 13 to under 19 in the HYSA State Cup at Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Park May 26-28.

There were 58 teams from O'ahu, eight from Maui and one from Kaua'i.

Some of the HYSA teams will play in tournaments on the Mainland this summer, said HYSA president Scott Keopuhiwa.

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MISO final spring standings

(Wins-losses-ties, championship points)

Group A: 1, Army 12-5-2, 38. 2, Amazon 9-6-4, 31. 3, Kamikaze 10-9-0, 30 and Manoa 9-7-3, 30. 5, Dawgs 7-11-1, 22. 6, Na Koa 2-16-1, 7. Waikiki 1-18-0, 3.

Group B: 1, Lanikai 15-0-4, 49. 2, HPU Warriors 14-2-3, 45 and Hellions 14-2-3, 45. 4, Bulls 10-6-3, 33. 5, Kunia 7-10-2, 22. 6, Latin Hawai'i 5-9-5, 20. 7, Transandinos 2-16-1, 7.

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Quarterfinals: Hellions 4, Amazon 3; HPU Warriors 5, Kamikaze 1.

Semifinals: Hellions 2, Lanikai 1; HPU Warriors 4, Army 1.

Third place: Lanikai 1, Army 0.

Championship: HPU Warriors 4, Hellions 1.

Leading goal scorers: Orlando Suazo, Army, 26; Olaf Fyrileiv, HPU, 19; Nick Chapin, Latin HI, 18; Steven Brigado, Hellions, 18; Behrouz Afgdhasi, Lanikai, 17; Jerry Proctor, Kamikaze, 16; 'Elie Sauma, HPU, 14; Kimo Naehu, Kamikaze, 13; Paul McElroy, Dawgs, 12; Antonio Valengo, Amazon, 12; Kenji Treschuk, Bulls 12.

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MISO Select

First team: GK—Dwain Orion, Hellions. Defenders—Yovo Stefanov, HPU; Ryan Lau, Hellions; Tom Pak, Kamikaze; Keali'i Gellert, Manoa. Midfielders—Paul McElroy, Dawgs; Walea Kalama, HPU; Ben Villaflor, Hellions. Forwards—Orlando Suazo, Army; Nick Chapin, Latin HI; Steven Brigado, Hellions.

Second team: GK—Augustin Mendez, Army. Defenders—Mario Morales, Amazon; Kerry Borthwick, Hellions; Gary Wiegan, Lanikai; Sean Maskell, Manoa. Midfielders—James Nebrija, Hellions; Parker Sawyer, Lanikai; Diego Yemal, Latin HI. Forwards—Olaf Fyrileiv, HPU; Behrouz Aghdasi, Lanikai; Jerry Proctor, Kamikaze.

Third team: GK—David Semenza, Bulls. Defenders—Keith Pederson, Lanikai; Robert Reed, Dawgs; Kyle Lenahau, HPU; John Pascua, Hellions. Midfielders—Marcelo Rodriguez, Amazon; Braden de la Cuesta, Kamikaze; Jordan Inouye, HPU. Forwards—Kenji Treschuk, Bulls; John Pak, Kamikaze; Cesar Jube, Manoa.

Top referees: 1, Richard Vasconcellos; 2, Peter Wolff; 3, Tony Gomes.

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MISO Masters final standings

(Wins-losses-ties, championship points)

1, Silver Strikers 6-2-2, 20. 2, Casuals 5-3-3, 18; 3, Ohana Masters 5-5-1, 16; 4, Kailua Old Boys 4-7-0, 12. 5, Hoikulele 2-5-0, 6.

Leading goal scorers: Pyeong Koo, Ohana/Kailua, 18; Wendell Stazskow, Casuals, 13; Chuck Stutz, Strikers, 6.

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HYSA State Championships

(Coaches in parentheses)

U19 Boys: Ravens (Ernest Eberhart) def. Volcanoes Gold (Matt Houar) 5-2.

U19 Girls: HSC Bulls '84 Red (Phil Neddo) def. HSC Bulls '83 Red (Phil Neddo) 2-1.

U16 Boys: HSC Bulls '85 Red (Phil Neddo/Jeff Carlson/Ray Shiraishi) def. Mililani '85 Gold (Ric Miller) 3-0.

U16 Girls: Mililani '85 Gold (Norman Beter) def. Island Babes (Diane Loui) 1-0.

U15 Boys: 1st, HSC Bulls '86 Red (Paul Soufl); 2nd, Mililani '86 Gold (Stan Tada)

U14 Boys: HSC Bulls '87 Red (Craig Sullivan) def. Kahekili (Dennis Gonsalves) 2-1.

U14 Girls: Leahi '87 (Laurie Baker/Scott Keopuhiwa) def. Riggers A.C. (Dave Mena) 2-1.

U13 Boys: 1st, HSC Bulls '88 Red (Jose Andres); 2nd, HSC Bulls '88 Black (Kenji Treschuk).

U13 Girls: Golden Eagles (Craig Osaki) def. Blue Angels (Same Tateyama) 3-1.