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Posted on: Tuesday, January 22, 2002

Weekly honors


Lana'i softball

Junior went 2-for-3 with a stolen base and scored the game's only run in a victory over Moloka'i that clinched the school's first-ever berth in the four-team MIL tournament.


Mililani softball

Junior right-hander pitched a two-hitter in a 1-0 OIA quarterfinal victory over Moanalua, tossed two shutout innings in a semifinal win over Leilehua, then pitched another two-hitter with nine strikeouts to help the Trojans defeat Castle for their fourth straight OIA championship.


Kaiser soccer

Senior forward scored two goals to lead the Cougars to a 2-1 victory over previously unbeaten Castle, allowing Kaiser to finish a perfect 10-0 in the OIA East. The goals also gave Beers a league-high 16 for the season.


Roosevelt basketball

Junior forward scored 16 points against Kaiser and 17 points against Kalani to help the Rough Riders win both games and improve to 3-3 in the OIA East.


Kailua softball

Freshman right-hander pitched a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts and two walks in a 2-0 OIA quarterfinal victory over Campbell, then had seven strikeouts in another complete game effort to help the Surfriders defeat Leilehua and take third place.


Kailua softball

Freshman outfielder went 3-for-3 with an RBI in a first-round OIA playoff victory over Pearl City, 2-for-3 in a quarterfinal win over Campbell, 1-for-3 in a semifinal loss to Castle and 1-for-3 with an RBI in a third-place victory over Leilehua.


Iolani basketball

Junior wing scored 13 points against Damien, 12 points against Kamehameha and a game-high 17 against St. Louis to help the Raiders win all three ILH games.


Leilehua softball

Right-hander pitched a two-hitter with five strikeouts and no walks in a first-round OIA playoff victory over Kalani, and another two-hitter the next day in a quarterfinal win over Kaimuki that clinched a state tournament berth for the Mules. She also went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI in the Kaimuki game.


Mililani basketball

Junior forward scored 16 points in a 65-56 victory over Radford and 18 points off the bench in a 79-62 win over previously unbeaten 'Aiea to help the Trojans stay undefeated in the OIA West.


Punahou basketball

Senior post player scored 14 points, including the go-ahead basket with 1:45 remaining, to help the Buffanblu defeat Kamehameha, 38-35, in a key ILH showdown.


Punahou softball

Pitched all 10 innings and allowed no runs, striking out five, in the Buffanblu's 1-0 victory over University High.


Pearl City basketball

Scored 14 points and blocked a Wai'anae shot with four seconds remaining in the Chargers' 48-47 victory, then had 18 points, including two free throws with 1.9 seconds left, in a 58-56 win over Campbell.


Castle softball

Junior made her first start of the season in the OIA semifinals and pitched a one-hitter to lead the Knights to a 3-0 victory over Kailua. She also batted 1-for-1 and scored a run.

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Other standouts

CHRIS BECK, Moanalua basketball — Scored 10 points in a victory over Kalani and 18 points in a 63-53 win over Kahuku to help the Menehune improve to 3-2 in the OIA East.

RASHAUN BROADUS, Mililani basketball — Senior guard scored 20 points in the Trojans' 65-56 victory over Radford and 22 points in a 79-62 victory over 'Aiea, both game highs, to help Mililani improve to 6-0 in the OIA West.

JERRI FAUATEA, Lana'i softball — Freshman right-hander pitched a one-hitter, striking out five and walking one, to help Lana'i defeat Moloka'i, 1-0, and earn its first-ever berth in the four-team MIL tournament.

LINDSAY FUJITA, Punahou softball — Went 2-for-4, including a single with the bases loaded, to give the Buffanblu a 1-0 victory over University High in 10 innings.

CASEY GOUVEIA, Roosevelt basketball — Senior guard scored 16 points in a victory over Kaiser and 14 points in a win over Kalani to help the Rough Riders improve to 3-3 in the OIA East.

SOLONI TAUMALOLO, Kaimuki wrestling — Senior 215-pounder improved his record to 10-0 on the season by defeating last year's third-place state tournament finisher in a dual meet at Farrington.

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