Mililani, Farrington players capture OIA West, East titles
Mililani and Farrington tennis players swept the singles titles in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association Division Individual Championships yesterday.
Mililani's Krystal Hangai and Jeremy Young won the OIA West girls and boys singles, respectively. Farrington's Wailyn Leong and Anthony Iligan won the OIA East boys and girls, respectively.
Nicole Sakai and Kellie Crail of Pearl City won the OIA West girls doubles and Bryce Kawabe and Arthur Phanpengdy of 'Aiea won the boys title.
In the OIA East, Jennifer Watanabe and Dinh Quach of McKinley won the girls championship. Matt Chang and Mike Chong of Kalaheo won the boys title.
All players that reached the semifinals of the division tournaments yesterday will play in the OIA individual tournament tomorrow at 4 p.m. at the University of Hawai'i courts.
O'ahu Interscholastic Association
Postseason Tennis Classic
Semifinals: Chloe Bihag (Campbell) def. Sarah Galon (Leilehua) 7-5, 6-3; Krystal Hangai (Mililani) def. Lori Takata ('Aiea) 6-0, 6-0.
Final: Hangai def. Bihag 1-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Semifinals: Jeremy Young (Mililani) def. Andrew Enomoto (Pearl City) 6-3, 7-6 (7-5); Tho Nguyen (Campbell) def. Brenton Arakaki ('Aiea) 6-4, 6-0.
Final: Young def. Nguyen 7-6 (6-3), 6-2.
Semifinals: Nicole Sakai/Kellie Crail (Pearl City) def. Cristy Kaneshiro/Kara Sing Chow (Pearl City) 6-3, 6-3; Alohalani Castro/Megan Abrigo (Mililani) def. Wendy Shadduck/Nora Matutino (Leilehua) 7-5, 6-2.
Final: Sakai/Crail def. Castro/Abrigo 6-2, 6-2.
Semifinals: Jeremy Perron/Joel Maeshiro (Mililani) def. Roel Salanga/Jerold Nacapuy (Waipahu) 6-1, 6-2.
Bryce Kawabe/Arthur Phanpengdy ('Aiea) def. Kevin Amrich/Reyn Makishi (Pearl City) 6-2, 7-6 (7-5).
Final: Kawabe/Phanpengdy def. Perron/Maeshiro 6-1, 6-2.
Semifinals: Wailyn Leong (Farrington) def. Aria Pacyau (Castle) 6-1, 5-7, 6-4; Danielle Breon (Kalaheo) def. Karynne Tsuruda (Kailua) 6-1, 6-0.
Final: Leong def. Breon 3-6, 6-2, 7-5.
Semifinals: Anthony Ilagan (Farrington) def. Wataru Mino (Kaiser) 6-0, 6-2; Dillon Porter (Kahuku) def. Winston Taniguchi (Kalani) 4-6, 6-2, 6-0.
Final: Ilagan def. Porter 4-6, 6-4, 6-1.
Semifinals: Jennifer Watanabe/Dinh Quach (McKinley) def. Carlie Uyemura/Tiffany Akiyama (Roosevelt) 6-3, 4-6, 6-3; Tara Tanoue/Darcie Ing (Roosevelt) def. Holly Kimura/Amy Young (Kailua) 6-2, 6-1.
Final: Watanabe/Quach def. Tanoue/Ing 7-5, 2-6, 7-5.
Semifinals: Matt Chang/Mike Chong (Kalaheo) def. Keola Bollan/Ryan Kagami (Castle) 6-1, 6-3; John Poon/Fuyuki Samejima (Kaiser) def. Francisco Barba/Michael Liu (McKinley) 6-2, 6-2.
Final: Chang/Chong def. Poon/Samejima 6-1, 6-2.
Waiakea takes title: Eric Tao pitched a five-hitter as Waiakea captured the Big Island Interscholastic Federation baseball title and a state tournament berth with an 8-0 victory over Konawaena yesterday.
In another BIIF game, Morgan Kruger-Burgess pitched a one-hitter as Kealakehe upset Hilo 5-1, giving St. Joseph the other BIIF berth in the state tournament, which starts Friday.
Tao allowed five hits and no walks. The senior right-hander struck out six and pitched his way out of trouble several times, stranding seven men on base.
Baldwin in state tournament: Tyson Higa pitched a two-hit shutout to lead Baldwin to a 7-0 victory over Moloka'i for the Maui Interscholatic League baseball championship contest and a berth in next week's state tournament.
Moloka'i beat Maui 7-6 earlier yesterday to reach the title game.
Waimea advances: Waimea broke open a 2-all tie with seven runs in the last three innings to eliminate Kapa'a 9-4 yesterday in a Kaua'i Interscholastic Federation semifinal at Hanap«p«.
Third baseman Leonard Zalopany scored four runs and drove in two runs with two doubles to lead WaimeaÊinto the league championship game Tuesday against the Kaua'i (5-1).
Kona upsets Waiakea: Enjoli Izumi Baltero scored 18 points and Nancy Hoist 17 to lift Konawaena to a 59-55 upset of defending champion Waiakea in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation girls basketball tournament semifinals.
Honoka'a defeated Hilo 63-46 in the other semifinal.
Konawaena and Honoka'a meet Tuesday for the BIIF title and a berth in the state tournament, which begins Friday.
David S. Ishii Foundation Boys State Golf Championships
Par 70 Kapalua Village Course
Team: 1, Waiakea 300-298598; 2, Leilehua 310-305615; 3, Lahainaluna 311-306617; 4, Kamehameha 307-319626; 5, Iolani 316-318634; 6, Kaua'i 325-312637; 7, Pearl City 322-316638; 8, Kaiser 329-325654; 9, Mid-Pacific 331-323654; 10, Hilo 343-320663; 11, McKinley 337-333670; 12, Baldwin 340-330670; 13, Moanalua 350-336686; 14, 'Aiea 363-327690;
15, St. Joseph 351-346697.
Jarett Hamamoto (Waiak) 69-72141
Gabriel Wilson (Waiak) 72-71143
Nick Mason (Lei) 76-69145
Grant Yasui (PC) 72-74146
Chaz Inouye (StAnth) 76-71147
Shaun Felechner (Lah) 71-77148
Ryan Michimoto (Lah) 79-69148
Casey Watabu (Kaua'i) 76-73149
Landon Mizuguchi (Kais) 74-76150
Drew Russ (Seab) 74-78152
Kellan Anderson (Lei) 77-76153
Troy Higashiyama (MPI) 79-74153
Matthew Ma (Iol) 78-75153
Koa Furtado (Kalah) 79-75154
Brandon Abreu (PC) 80-74154
Andrew Ching (Kah) 75-79154
Chase Chulakote (Kail) 80-74154
Chris Caycayon (Kam) 72-82154
Arnold Sano (Moan) 76-78154
Travis Toyama (UHS) 77-78155
David S. Ishii Foundation Girls State Golf Championships
Par 71 Ka'anapali South Course
Team: 1, Kaua'i 230-227457; 2, Waiakea 234-234468; 3, Punahou 251-244495; 4, Hilo 257-260517; 5, Radford 262-264526; 6, Maui 264-278542; 7, Kamehameha 263-287550; 8, Moanalua 274-312586; 9, Kapa'a 315-297612.
Rachel Kyono (Kaua'i) 72-71143
Leah Whiting (Waiak) 78-73151
Kira-Ann Murishige (Waiak) 72-80152
Joan Shimozaki (Seab) 76-76152
Lindsay Hong (Pun) 78-76154
Rie Ganir (Maui) 75-79154
Merynn Ito ('Aiea) 75-79154
Lehua Wise (Kaua'i) 77-77154
Dale Gammie (StAnth) 77-82159
Kristen Higa (Hilo) 81-79160
Keanu Kikuchi (Waiak) 82-79161
Kiilani Matsuyoshi (Kaua'i) 83-79162
Ayumi Hori (Moan) 79-83162
Tristi Tomono (Waiak) 84-81165
Sheena Higa (Mil) 84-82166
Lisa Kajihara (KK) 84-83167
Katie Atebara (Waiak) 86-81167
Jenna Fujimoto (Waiak) 82-85167
Dayna Park (Waiak) 83-84167