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Posted on: Saturday, December 23, 2006

Visiting St. Francis rallies for 2-1 victory

Advertiser Staff

Kalyn Lee hit a one-out, two-run double to right field in the top of the seventh inning to help visiting St. Francis rally past Kamehameha, 2-1, in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu game yesterday.

St. Francis (7-1) took sole possession of first place with the victory.

The Warriors (5-3) scored first on a throwing error in the bottom fifth that allowed Kellie Camida to score.

Shannon Lum and Ululani Reyes each hit one-out singles in the seventh and scored from third and second, respectively, on Lee's double.

Troubadours' starter Brittney Akana struck out the final batter with the tying run on first.

ST. FRANCIS (7-1) 000 000 22 4 3

KAMEHAMEHA (5-3) 000 010 01 1 1

Brittney Akana and Ashley Smith. Nani Kalakau and Kahea Alohikea. W Akana. L Kalakau.

Leading hitters St. Francis: Kalyn Lee double, 2 RBIs.

Reported by Deb Pang

MID-PACIFIC 6, 'IOLANI 0

Shari Shobu tossed a four-hitter and the Owls (3-5) beat the Raiders (6-2) at Ala Wai field. MPI sent 11 batters to the plate in the five-run second inning. Corrie Murashige and Miya Quinn had two RBIs each.

MID-PACIFIC (3-5) 150 000 06 9 2

'IOLANI (6-2) 000 000 00 4 0

Shari Shobu and Mari Tanaka. Brittney Guro, Kelli Imada (2) and Kai Masutani. W Shobu. L Guro.

Leading hitters Mid-Pacific: Shobu 2-4; Miya Quinn 2-4, homer, 2 RBIs; Corrie Murashige 2 RBIs.

Reported by Michele Miyamoto

PAC-FIVE 5, SACRED HEARTS 3

Leann Lariosa went 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles and drove in two runs and the Wolfpack (4-4) beat the Lancers (3-5) at Ala Wai field.

SACRED HEARTS (3-5) 100 001 13 7 2

PAC-FIVE (4-4) 101 120 X5 9 0

Corry Abellanida, Joslyn Eugenio (4) and Chelsea Kamai. Sheridan Mahelona and Anela Palmerton. W Mahelona. L Abellanida.

Leading hitters Sacred Hearts: Kiane Dalit 2-2, 2 runs. Pac-Five: Leann Lariosa 3-3, 2 doubles, 2 RBIs; Courtney Gibo 2-3; Tatum Tokuda 2-3; Chante Tesoro 2 runs.

Reported by Dean Sueda

PUNAHOU 4, MARYKNOLL 1

Dori Leong's two-run single to left-center in the top of the fifth inning sparked the Buffanblu (2-6) over the Spartans (2-6) at Moili'ili field. Jessica Letoto drove in two runs for Punahou. Heather Uekawa hit a solo home run for Maryknoll.

PUNAHOU (2-6) 000 130 04 9 1

MARYKNOLL (2-6) 000 100 01 1 2

Jasmine Ioane and Sara Sameshima. Ariel Silva, Hillary Uekawa (5) and Kim Okaneku. W Ioane. L Silva.

Leading hitters Punahou: Kira Kubota 3-4, 2 runs; Jessica Letoto 2-3. Maryknoll: Heather Uekawa homer.

Reported by Kara Nishimura

MAUI INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE

BALDWIN 8, MAUI 0

Nicole Alconcel tossed a one-hitter and drove in three runs to lead the Bears (6-0) past the Sabers (4-2) at War Memorial field. Alconcel struck out 14 and walked two.

MAUI (4-2) 000 000 00 1 3

BALDWIN (6-0) 330 110 X8 5 2

Ashley Kauweloa and Tiana Kauweloa. Nicole Alconcel and Sanoe Kekahuna. W Alconcel. L Ashley Kauweloa.

Leading hitters Baldwin: Dayne Carvalho 2-3, double, triple, 2 RBIs; Alconcel 3 RBIs.

Reported by Rodney Higa

KAMEHAMEHA 3, MOLOKA'I 2

Manalani English tossed four shutout innings of relief and contributed two hits along with teammate Britnee Lau as the Warriors beat the Farmers at Moloka'i. Lacey Santiago had two hits for Moloka'i.

KAMEHAMEHA-MAUI 110 010 03 8 1

MOLOKA'I 002 000 X2 5 0

Aysia Peters, Manalani English (4) and Sarah Ishikawa. Jing Kepa and Tita Maliu-Calairo. W English. L Kepa.

Leading hitters Kamehameha-Maui: English 2-4, RBI; Britnee Lau 2-2, RBI. Moloka'i: Lacey Santiago 2-4.

KING KEKAULIKE 18, LANA'I 7

Celine Lucas Rojas and Shaevis Hapakuka-Lono each had three hits as Na Ali'i defeated the Pinelasses in a game shorted to five innings because of the mercy rule at Lana'i City. Monique Oriol had two RBIs for Lanai.

KING KEKAULIKE 311 3(10) 180

LANA'I 300 40 78

Shaevis Hapakuka-Lono and Celine Lucas Rojas. Kaila Daniels, Leina Basques (5) and Monique Oriol. W Hapakuka-Lono. L Daniels.

Leading hitters King Kekaulike: Lucas Rojas 3-4, Hapakuka-Lono 3-4. Lana'i: Oriol 2 RBIs.

Reported by David McHugh