Pac-Five rallies to knock off Mid-Pacific in baseball
Paul Nishimura's two-run single highlighted Pac-Five's four-run rally in the bottom of the sixth-inning as the Wolfpack defeated defending state champion Mid-Pacific, 5-1, yesterday at Ala Wai Field in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball game.
Tyler Inouye pitched a complete game allowing allowing one run on seven hits and recorded two strikeouts.
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Jayson Kramer, Harry Kuroda (5), Grant Yamaguchi (6) and Jeff Mizokawa. Tyler Inouye and Nick Miyamoto. WPInouye. LPKuroda.
Leading hitters: Mid-PacificTroy Hanzawa double. Pac-FiveOwen Simmons 3-3, a triple, two runs; Paul Nishimura 2-3, three RBIs.
KAMEHAMEHA 11, SAINT LOUIS 3: Isaac Kamai allowed two runs on six hits, striking out four in six innings as the Warriors defeated the Crusaders in an ILH opener at Ala Wai Field.
Kamehameha scored eight of its 11 runs in the fourth and fifth innings behind eight hits and two errors.
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Isaac Kamai, Satele (7) and Baba Merino. Edwin Apostle, Marc Nobriga (4), Mike Grado (7) and Jowen Murray-Thornton. WPKamai. LP Apostle.
Leading hitters: KamehamehaKeoni Ruth 2-4, triple; Mauricio 2-3, double, three RBIs; McCready two RBIs; Ogawa triple. St. LouisKelii Zablan 2-3, triple.
PUNAHOU 13, DAMIEN 0: Jared Pate, Logan Narikawa and Kachi Downing combined on a one-hit shutout as the Buffanblu routed the Monarchs at Ala Wai Field.
The game was called after five innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.
Robert Kurisu had two hits and three RBIs for the Buffanblu.
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Jared Pate, Logan Narikawa (3), Kachi Downing and Justin Ariki, Kam Brandt (4). Chase Masuda, Brandon Baquio (2), Jason Luke (5) and Nick Zieser. WPPate. LPMasuda.
Leading hitters: PunahouRobert Kurisu 2-2, three RBIs; Jon Fujioka 2-3; Kaohi Downing two RBIs; Michael Lam triple. DamienElijah Souza double.
IOLANI 7, MARYKNOLL 0: Eric Muraoka pitched a three-hit shutout, striking out three, as the Raiders beat the Spartans at Ala Wai Field. Three Iolani batters went 2-for-3 led by Darin Yamashita's triple and three RBIs.
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Eric Muraoka and Kala Kaaihue. Kody Seminara, Chris Lum (7) and Peter Kirst. WPMuraoka. LPSeminara.
Leading hitters: IolaniKaaihue 2-3, double; Bert Mitsunaga 2-3, double, two runs; Reid Saito double; Travis Nishioka double, two RBIs; Darin Yamashita 2-3, triple, three RBIs.
Waiakea 11, Kealakehe 5: Avery Kagawa went 3-for-4 with a triple to lead the Warriors over the Wave Riders in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation game.
Leading HittersWaiak: Shannon Camero 3-4; Avery Kagawa 3-4, triple; Matthew Patterson 2-2, double.
BALDWIN 16, KA'AHUMANU HOU 0: Jonathan Honda pitched a no-hitter and struck out four of the 10 batters he faced in three innings as the visiting Bears dominated the Lions in a Maui Interscholastic League baseball game at Iron Maehara Stadium in Wailuku. The MIL adopted a 15-run, three-inning mercy rule this season.
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Jonathan Honda and Mead Tabata, Aaron Joyo (2). Brandon Tancayo, Caleb Pacheco (1), Kealii Washington (2) and Pacheco, Ethan Cravalho (1). WPHonda. LPTancayo.
Leading hitters: BaldwinTabata 2-2; Honda 2-3; Matt Morioka 2-3; Jeffrey Kajiwara double.
Maui 11, Seabury Hall 1: Andrew Nakihei went 2-for-3, including a double, to lead Maui over Seabury Hall. Seabury Hall's Cory Spence cracked a triple that broke Maui's no-hitter in the fifth-inning.
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Vance Otake, Jared Davis (4) and Lyle Fujimori. Scott Murrish, Joel McFarlane (4) and John-David Torres. WPOtake. LPMurrish.
Leading hitters: Maui Andrew Nakihei 2-3, double, two RBIs. Seabury HallCory Spence triple.
IOLANI 39, ST. FRANCIS 31: Ginger Gravelle scored 15 points to lead the Raiders to a girls Interscholastic League of Honolulu victory over St. Francis.
Jasmine Dulan scored 11 for St. Francis.
Iolani 14 9 5 1139
St. Francis 9 13 4 531
Individual scoring not reported.
Word of Life 57, Hanalani 43. WOL: Jennifer Ramos 8, Amber Schoniwitz 8, Jasmine Yoshimoto 8, Brianne Quiban 8. Hana: Careena Onosai 26.
St. Andrew's 35, Lutheran 21. St.ACaasi Nakasone 11, Lois Ornellas 11.
Kamehameha 47, La Pietra 37. Kam: Jordan Tangonan 16. LaP: Eliza McGuire 10.
JVKamehameha White 47, Sacred Hearts 24.
JV IIUniversity 21, St. Andrew's 8.
ILH VARSITY TOURNAMENT: Iolani's Casey Kobashigawa shot an even-par 72 yesterday to claim boys medalist honors at a Interscholastic League of Honolulu varsity round-robin match at Pali Golf Course.
Mari Chun, of Kamehameha, had the low girls round with a 3-over-par 77.
Correction: Elijah Souza had a double for Damien in the Monarchs 13-0 loss to Punahou in ILH baseball. Another name was reported in a previous version of this story. Also, Pac-Five's Owen Simmons went 3-3 with a triple and two runs in the 5-1 win over Mid-Pacific. Incorrect stats were reported in a previous version of this story.