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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Thursday, December 21, 2006

HIGH SCHOOLS
St. Francis stays tied atop ILH

Advertiser Staff

Sasha Koki and Kalyn Lee went 3 for 4 as St. Francis beat Mid-Pacific, 8-1, at Kamamalu Field yesterday in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu softball game.

The Troubadours (6-1) remained tied for the ILH lead with 'Iolani. MPI fell to 2-5.

MID-PACIFIC (2-5) 000 010 01 5 1

ST. FRANCIS (6-1) 123 110 X8 16 2

Desi Dung, Shari Shobu (5) and Miya Quinn. Sasha Koki, Brittany Akana (6), Jessica Tang (7) and Ashley Smith. W Koki. L Dung.

Leading hitters Mid-Pacific: Corrie Murashige 2-3; Jen Hamamoto 2-3. St. Francis: Smith 2-3; Keala Bertulfo 2-3; Ululani Reyes 2-3; Koki 3-4; Kalyn Lee 3-4.

Reported by Rochelle Koki

KAMEHAMEHA 11, PAC-FIVE 4

The Warriors (5-2) sent 12 batters to the plate in a seven-run fourth inning to beat the Wolfpack (3-4) at Ala Wai field.

KAMEHAMEHA (5-2) 001 703 011 9 1

PAC-FIVE (3-4) 000 002 2 4 5 2

Amber Waracka, Nani Kalakau (6) and Kahea Alohikea, Fraser Felize (6). Courtney Gibo, Leann Lariosa (4), Sheridan Mahelona (4) and Joedee Lovell, Anela Palmerton (4). W Waracka. L Gibo.

Leading hitters Kamehameha: Hoku Nohara 2-3, RBI; Alohikea double, RBI; Kanani Adams triple, RBI. Pac-Five: Lariosa 2 RBIs.

Reported by Ty Sing Chow

SACRED HEARTS 9, PUNAHOU 7

Joslyn Eugenio drove in three runs and was the winning pitcher as the visiting Lancers (3-4) beat the Buffanblu (1-6).

SACRED HEARTS (3-4) 410 200 29 9 5

PUNAHOU (1-6) 111 211 07 13 2

Corry Abellanida, Joslyn Eugenio (3) and Chelsea Kamai. Jasmine Ioane and Sara Sameshima. W Eugenio. L Ioane.

Leading hitters Sacred Hearts: Reacha Kauahikaua 2-3, RBI; Eugenio 2-4, 3 RBIs; Sydney Vegas 2 RBIs. Punahou: Marisa Murakami 3-5, RBI; Kelli Kobayashi 2-5; Kira Kubota 2-5, RBI; Sameshima 2-4; Ioane 3-5, RBI.

Reported by Chester Hirano

MOANALUA 1, KAILUA 0

Sarah Robinson hit a solo home run in the top of the fourth inning and tossed a four-hitter to lift Na Menehune (5-1) past the Surfriders (4-2) in an O'ahu Interscholastic Association Red East Division game.

MOANALUA (5-1) 000 100 01 4 0

KAILUA (4-2) 000 000 00 4 0

Sarah Robinson and Kawehi Chan. Krista Dumandan and Brittney Tokunaga. W Robinson. L Dumandan.

Leading hitters Moanalua: Robinson solo homer; Britni Ronolo double. Kailua: Kahealani Chang 2-3; Ashley Hopfe double.

Reported by Bernard Victor

ROOSEVELT 2, KAIMUKI 0

Kristeyn Fuke's RBI single scored Cierra Kapea and Charise Tanabe brought Fuke home in the bottom sixth as the Rough Riders (3-3) beat the Bulldogs (2-4) at Stevenson Middle School.

KAIMUKI (2-4) 000 000 00 5 0

ROOSEVELT (3-3) 000 002 X2 5 1

Mindy Hirokawa and Miki Marihara. Lianna Bajarin and Chelsey Wilson. W Bajarin. L Hirokawa.

Leading hitters Roosevelt: Kristeyn Fuke RBI; Charise Tanabe RBI.

Reported by Kamalei Pitoy

CASTLE 20, KALAHEO 3

Ryanne Dacosin went 3 for 4 and the Knights (5-1) beat the Mustangs (2-4) at 'Aikahi Park.

CASTLE (5-1) 198 0220 13 0

KALAHEO (2-4) 030 00 3 7 0

Jenna Kon and Kelsea Berinobis. Caira Pires, Kara Holtzman (4) and Deann Horswill. W Kon. L Pires.

Leading hitters Castle: Ryanne Dacosin 3-4, triple, double; Kehau Fung 2-5; Kon 2-3; Kristin Kamabe 2-4. Kalaheo: Aui Williams 2-3, 2 doubles; Holtzman 2-3; Mariah Panapa 3-run homer.

Reported by Al Cofran

MILILANI 17, WAIPAHU 0

Courtney Senas batted 4 for 4 with a pair of triples and Makani Duhaylonsod went 3 for 3 with a homer to lift the host Trojans (5-1) past the Marauders (3-3) in an OIA Red West Division game.

WAIPAHU (3-3) 000 00 0 4 1

MILILANI (5-1) 375 2X17 20 0

Lei-Sha Kapihe and Andrea Mendolia, Cassandra Noga (4). Makani Duhaylonsod, Kylee Rodrigues (3) and Skye Virtudes, Rebecca Lee (3). W Duhaylonsod. L Kapihe.

Leading hitters Waipahu: Kapihe 2-2. Mililani: Kristi Oshiro 2-2; Celina Garcas 2-2; Courtney Senes 4-4, 2 triples; Duhaylonsod 3-3, homer; Virtues 2-3; Glenelle Nitta 3-4.

Reported by Joe Lee

KAPOLEI 4, PEARL CITY 2

Ciara Acierto went the distance and batted 2 for 3 as the visiting Hurricanes (3-3) beat the Chargers (0-6).

KAPOLEI (3-3) 011 002 04 6 1

PEARL CITY (0-6) 100 010 02 5 2

Ciara Acierto and Ashlynn Ashby. Laura Fujisaki and Kellie Takemori. W Acierto. L Acierto.

Leading hitters Kapolei: Lauren Langsi 2-3; Acierto 2-3; Ashby 2-3. Pearl City: Fujisaki 2-3.

Reported by Keoke Behic

RADFORD 9, NANAKULI 8

Briana Tavui's three-run double in the top of the seventh began a five-run rally and the visiting Rams (4-1) beat the Golden Hawks (2-3) in an OIA White Division game.

RADFORD (4-1) 301 000 59 9 2

NANAKULI (2-3) 312 002 08 10 1

Briana Salanoa and Jordan Levasseur. Sheila Argayoso and Olafou Suaava. W Salanoa. L Argayoso.

Leading hitters Radford: Briana Tavui 2-4, double; Samantha Sevao 3-4, double. Nanakuli: Ambree Hauhio 2-4; Jamie Deguzman 2-4; Lynze Wakinekona 2-3.

Reported by Houston Anderson

KAHUKU 12, FARRINGTON 8

Brittney Fesolai batted 3 for 5 with a triple and three runs scored and the Red Raiders (5-1) handed the Governors (4-1) their first loss at Lanakila Field..

KAHUKU (5-1) 002 612 112 14 4

FARRINGTON (4-1) 202 300 1 8 15 3

Salea Mata'afa, Lily Taeie (4) and Brenda Capillar. Kinci Ngiralmau, Monique To (4) and Salone Fagalele, Ngiralmau (4). W Mataafa. L Ngiralmau.

Leading hitters Kahuku: Brittney Fesolai 3-5, triple, 3 runs; Melelam Kaiahua 3-5; Mata'afa 3-4, 2 runs; Keoni Kahele 2-4; Capillar 3-4; Tatiana Vaimoui 2-4. Farrington: Ngiralmau 3-4, double; To 3-4, triple, double; Jori Keremaius 3-4; Kamika Wooten 3-4; Chantelle Schalan-Sevao 4-4.

Reported by Glenn Zukeran