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Posted on: Thursday, April 1, 2010

Waipahu improves to 8-0 in OIA White


Advertiser Staff

Cheyne Estanique went 3 for 5 with three RBIs, and Edward Agag had three hits as visiting Waipahu beat Kaimukī, 11-8, yesterday to remain unbeaten in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association White Conference.

Estanique and Jarinn Abreu each scored three runs for the Marauders (8-0), who led 8-4 after six innings and 11-4 with a four-run seventh.

Eddie Char and Chevas Takasaki each had two hits for the Bulldogs (6-2).

WAIPAHU (8-0) 006 011 311 10 3

KAIMUKĪ (6-2) 111 100 4 8 8 5

Drake Yoshioka, Jarinn Abreu (7) and Aldrin Padilla. Pono Ayers, Eddie Char (3), Austin Arakaki (5), Ma'a Tau and Char, Ayers (3), Char (5). W Yoshioka. L Ayers.

Leading hitters Waipahu: Cheyne Estanique 3-5, double, 3 runs, 3 RBIs; Edward Agag 3-5, double; Jonathan Igarta 2-4; Yoshioka 2 runs; Abreu 3 runs. Kaimukī: Char 2-4; Chevas Takasaki 2-4; Kohta Nishitani 3 runs.

Reported by Reid Yoshikawa

RADFORD 10, FARRINGTON 0

Four pitchers combined on a one-hitter and Zach Lagier went 3 for 3 to lead the visiting Rams over the Governors.

RADFORD (8-0) 331 0310 7 0

FARRINGTON (2-6) 000 00 0 1 6

Jesus Tenorio Jr., Jobi Fotenot (3), Christian Espenshade (5) and Troy Evans. Bryston Doctolero and Mark Jamorabon. W Tenorio Jr. L Doctolero.

Leading hitters Radford: Espenshade 2-3; Zach Lagier 3-3, triple. Farrington: none.

Reported by Brandon Baniaga

KAHUKU 28, NĀNĀKULI 3

Iukini Hughes, Tainui Nagy and Michael Sabido each had three hits, and Joe Nozawa struck out 10 in four innings for the Red Raiders.

KAHUKU (4-4) 6(12)7 2128 13 4

NĀNĀKULI (1-6) 000 30 3 2 8

Joe Nozawa, Kaipo Pearl (5) and Samson Mamizuka. Clyton Atualevao, Lewis Kalahiki (2), Ryan Talo (3) and Eric Scott. W Nozawa. L Atualevao.

Leading hitters Kahuku: Nozawa 2-4; Iukini Hughes 3-4, double; Tainui Nagy 3-3, 2 RBIs; Michael Sabido 3-3, double. Nānākuli: Atualevao 2-3.

Reported by Kimo Kaululaau

MCKINLEY 7, WAIALUA 6

Adam Buote and Tyren O'Connell both batted 3 for 4 as the host Tigers beat the Bulldogs. Roman Nelson picked up the complete-game victory.

WAIALUA (1-7) 020 003 16 7 2

MCKINLEY (2-6) 102 202 X7 11 5

Justin Tantog, Kai Rivera-Albeso (4), Darrin Whittaker (6) and Christian Whittaker. Roman Nelson and Rendell Cardano. W Tantog. L Nelson.

Leading hitters Waialua: C. Whittaker 2-2. McKinley: Adam Buote 3-4; Tyren O'Connell 3-4, double; Roland Albarado 2-3, double.

OIA RED EAST

CASTLE 12, MOANALUA 2

Keola Jarrett hit a pair of two-run homers, Brandon Higa had three hits and three RBIs, and Seamus Yonishige went 2 for 4 with two RBIs as the host Knights beat Nā Menehune in an O'ahu Interscholastic Association Red East game.

MOANALUA (3-4) 002 000 0 2 2 3

CASTLE (5-4) 210 432 X12 12 3

Dae Yang Kim, Kamalu Kamoku (3), Jordan Deponte (5) and Brandon Kong, Austin Inabata (6). Nick Oreta and Robert Fram, Brede Kochi (5). W Oreta. L Kim.

Leading hitters Moanalua: Ryan Cortez triple; Tim Arakawa triple. Castle: Keola Jarrett 2-3, 2 two-run homers, 4 RBIs; Seamus Yonishige 2-3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Brandon Higa 3-4, 2 RBIs.

Reported by Brent Taniguchi

KAISER 12, KALĀHEO 8

John Bascuk doubled, tripled and drove in four runs, and the host Cougars held off a late rally by the Mustangs.

KALĀHEO (0-7) 000 411 2 8 6 2

KAISER (4-3) 073 020 X12 11 3

Luke Pauli, Nathan Milca (3) and Justin Pagan. Kaipo Oamilda-Scholtz, Royce Kuramoto (6) and Makana Lyman, Colsen Chun-Ming (4). W Oamilda-Scholtz. L Pauli.

Leading hitters Kalāheo: John Bascuk 2-4, double, triple, 4 RBIs; Chris Palmer double, 1 RBI. Kaiser: Shane Tsutahara 2-4, 2 triples, 3 RBIs; Oamilda-Scholtz 2-4, 2 triples, 4 RBIs; Kuramoto 2-3, double, 1 RBI; Ryan Seabury 2-3.

Reported by Vince Bedoya