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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Weekly honors

Advertiser Staff


Panfilo Bascar
St. Anthony

Hit two-out triple to drive in go-ahead runs in 5-2 victory over King Kekaulike on Saturday.

Travis Gonzaga
Saint Louis

Got four hits and scored go-ahead run in ninth inning Thursday against Mid-Pacific. Game was suspended with score tied 10-10.

John Gentry
Saint Louis

His fourth hit, a single, put Saint Louis ahead 10-9 of defending state champion Mid-Pacific in the ninth inning Thursday. He also hit a double and a triple.

John Holley

Holley's fourth hit of the game drove in the tying and winning runs as the Daggers rallied for seven runs in the seventh inning to beat Kealakehe, 14-13, for their first victory.

Kala Ka'aihue

Homered and scored three runs, the margin of victory, in 9-6 decision over Kamehameha.

Jeffery Kajiwara

Pitched five-inning, one-hit shutout in 15-0 victory over Seabury Hall on Saturday.

Kahiwa Letman

After his two-run home run in the second inning was offset by a Punahou rally, Letman doubled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning Saturday fora 5-4 victory. Two days earlier Letman hit a double and home run, scored two runs and drove in two against Damien.

Jason Luke

Hit 4-for-4, drove in three runs and scored two in 8-4 victory over Maryknoll.

Kip Masuda

Singled in tying run with two out in bottom of the ninth Thursday against Saint Louis. Darkness was eventual winner in 10-10 suspended game.

Ian Mopas and Trent Muraoka
Iolani baseball

Combined to pitch five-inning, one-hit, 18-0 victory over Damien on Thursday.

Vance Otake and Jon Cayan

Combined to pitch five-inning perfect game as Maui defeated Ka'ahumanu Hou, 17-0, on Saturday.

Randy Rundgren

His three-run double sparked a seven-run inning in 12-5 victory over Punahou. Had 4 RBIs in game.

Ryan Sasaki
Saint Louis

Drove in four runs with home run and single in 11-1 victory over Maryknoll on Saturday.


Christie Ayers
Pearl City

Scored 27 points as Chargers won their first two games.

Bre Carson

Her 14 points, nine on 3-pointers, were the difference for the Tigers against Kailua. Carson transferred into town from OIA champion Kalaheo.

Megan Ching

Scored 19 and 14 points in two victories for the defending state champions.

Shanna-Lei Dacanay

Super-soph scored 13 and 16 points as Buffanblu remained unbeaten. ÊÊ

Dione Fernandez

Scored 21 of Cowgirls' 34 points in season-opening, 53-34 loss to Honoka'a.

Patti Hardimon and Kepua Lee

Scored 18 points each as Menehune opened OIA season with 56-46 victory over Kaiser.

Rachel Kane

Sat out Friday's game because she "tweaked" her ankle, but in a "must game" against Maryknoll Saturday, Kane scored 18 points and showed the floor game that prompted Gonzaga to sign her.

Jamie Kua

Had 17 points and 13 rebounds in victory over Nanakuli.

Kira Nakasono

Hit four 3-pointers and had 15 total points in 36-30 victory over Kapolei.

Pikake Nutter-Gaudet

Scored 19 of her game-high 28 points during a frantic fourth-quarter rally that fell short against Mililani, 49-46. Led Mules with 13 points in one-point loss to Waipahu.

Taylor Smith

Despite losing Latoya Wily and Bre Carson to out-transfers, Kalaheo got Smith, whose family returned from two years in Rhode Island in time for her to score 26 points as the Mustangs won their first two games.

Dalia Solia

UH-bound Solia scored 35 points, including 22 in 49-39 victory over Kalani.

Latoya Wily

After a year at Kalaheo, Wily scored 29 points as the Red Raiders won their first two games under new coach Wendy Anae.

Lehua Yap

Scored 16 points Tuesday and 16 more Friday although the Golden Hawks lost both games.


Lindsey Hong

Shot 1-over-par 73 Saturday in ILH weekly event at West Loch, her best this season.

Ayumi Hori

Two-time OIA Player of the Year shot 1-over-par 73 at Kalakaua. Hori has signed with Idaho.

Kyle Kunioka

Shot 1-under-par 71 at Kalakaua to lead Kailua to 10-stroke victory in weekly OIA East event.

Kayla Morinaga
Sacred Hearts

Improving by 12 strokes under her average of the past two weeks, shot par 72 in the weekly ILH tournament Saturday at West Loch.

Stacie Nishimoto

Her 1-over-par 73 Saturday at West Loch was 10 strokes better than her average in the two previous ILH events.

Jon Ozaki

Shot 2-under-par 70, an improvement of six strokes over his best round this year, in weekly ILH tournament Saturday at West Loch.

Arnold Sano

Shot 4-under par on his second nine holes for a total of par 72 at Kalakaua in the weekly OIA East event.

Pila Young

In his first tournament of the year, shot par 72 in ILH's fourth weekly event Saturday at West Loch.


Elizabeth "Kapua" Torres

Making a smooth transition from wrestling, in which she won the state 108-pound championship seven days before, Torres scored two ippons (10-point victories) as the OIA season opened Saturday.


Ryan Hodges

Set Vernon Sakamoto Memorial meet record of 10:07.3 in the 3,000-meter run.

Jeremy Inferrera
Saint Louis

Threw discus 156 feet, 5 inches to win Ralph Martinson Invitational by almost 18 feet.

Chun Mei Nickles

Senior pole vaulted a meet record 11 feet Saturday at George Yamamoto Invitational. The height would have won last year's girls state championship, in which she placed second.

Mei Lee Nickles

Chun Mei's younger sister won six blue ribbons — 100, high jump, long jump, hurdle relay, 4x100 relay and triple jump — at George Yamamoto Invitational. Her best mark was a meet record 35-6 hop-step-jump.

Quinton Beaver

Put shot 55 feet, 11 1/2 inches at John E. Velasco Invitational. Distance is 1 foot, 9 inches longer than the gold-medal put at last year's state meet.

Tamatoa Silva

Outraced the defending state champion to win 100 in 11.16 at Ralph Martinson Invitational.

Waika Spencer

Won long jump (21-3), triple jump (43-4) and high jump (5-10) at Ralph Martinson Invitational.

Sheena Thain

Senior won girls 1,500 in meet record time of 5:14.8 and also won 3,000 at Vernon Sakamoto Memorial meet on Friday.


Caitlin O'Meara

Scored three goals in 6-4 victory over Kamehameha on Thursday.