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Posted on: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

No. 2 Campbell goes 9-0 in OIA softball



Advertiser Staff

Kayce Konohia pitched a three-hit shutout to help the host and No. 2-ranked Campbell Sabers beat the Leilehua Mules, 13-0, yesterday in an OIA Red West game shortened to six innings due to the mercy rule.

Gerika Pantohan hit a grand slam, and Daylene Antonio and Tiana Rosario each drove in two runs for the Sabers (9-0).

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CAMPBELL (9-0) 114 02513 12 1

Kaylen Ynigues, Meagan Tupinio (4), Malia Nakai (6) and Malia Nakai. Kayce Konohia and Daylene Antonio. W Konohia. L Ynigues.

Leading hitters Leilehua: Ynigues 2-3. Campbell: Gerika Pantohan 2-5, grand slam, 4 RBIs; Antonio 2-3, 2 RBIs; Brandee Maluenda Ho 2-2; Tiana Rosario 2 RBIs.

Reported by David Perreira

MILILANI 9, KAPOLEI 3

Courtney Senas went 3 for 4 with a pair of two-run homers, and Kristi Oshiro, Andi Felise and Kacie Oshiro each had two hits to lead the visiting and No. 4-ranked Trojans over the Hurricanes in an OIA Red West game.

Kaity Wills drove in two runs for the Hurricanes.

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KAPOLEI (3-4) 000 012 03 7 0

Alysia Maddison and Rebecca Lee. Tanisha Aniya and Kaity Wills. W Maddison. L Aniya.

Leading hitters Mililani: Kristi Oshiro 3-4, triple; Lee 2-4, double, 2 RBIs; Courtney Senas 3-4, 2 2-run homers, 4 RBIs; Andi Felise 2-3, 2 RBIs; Chesarey Silva double; Kacie Oshiro 2-4. Kapolei: Wills 2 RBIs.

Reported by Jasmine Dang

WAI'ANAE 4, WAIPAHU 2

Kyree Naiwi hit a two-run double in the top of the ninth inning to break a 2-all tie and Wehi Keopuhiwa pitched a complete game as the visiting Seariders held on to beat the Marauders.

Nala Villiamu went 3 for 4 and AJ Miranda went 2 for 4 to lead Waipahu.

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WAIPAHU (1-6) 000 011 0002 9 1

Wehi Keopuhiwa and Jazmyn Savini. AJ Miranda and Nala Viliamu. W Keopuhiwa. L Miranda.

Leading hitters Wai'anae: Aukai Hauhio 3-4, triple; Christine Medeiros 2-3. Waipahu: N. Viliamu 3-4; Miranda 2-4.

Reported by John Kapihe

OIA RED EAST SOFTBALL

MOANALUA 5, KAIMUKī 4

Peyton Buen pitched a complete game and hit a double to help Nā Menehune rally past the host Bulldogs in eight innings.

Doriann Sugai had two hits and drove in three runs for Moanalua, which scored two runs in the seventh to send the game into extra innings.

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KAIMUKĪ (3-4) 103 000 004 7 0

Peyton Buen and Jaimee Tabangay. Ehlen Awaya and Mikki Morihara. W Buen. L Awaya.

Leading hitters Moanalua: Doriann Sugai 2-4, double, 3 RBIs; Buen double; Kylee Oshiro double. Kaimukī: Alison Pologa 3-4, double, 3 RBIs; Deanna Byers double.

Reported by George LaRosa

KAILUA-CASTLE PPD

Yesterday's OIA Red East game between No. 7 ranked Castle and Kailua was postponed because of rain. The game will be made up tomorrow, starting at 3:30 p.m. at Castle.

ILH SOFTBALL

PUNAHOU 4, KAMEHAMEHA 0

Jasmine Ioane threw a three-hit shutout with six strikeouts to help the No. 5-ranked Buffanblu beat the No. 9 Warriors in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu playoff game.

Ioane also had a double and Mysha Sataraka batted 2 for 2 and had four stolen bases for Punahou, which plays No. 6 'Iolani today for second place in the first round.

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PUNAHOU (6-2) 010 012 X4 7 0

Lei Naki-Kaonohi and Fraser Fellezs. Jasmine Ioane and Kayla Shimoda. W Ioane. L Kaonohi.

Leading hitters Kamehameha: Mysha Sataraka 2-2, 2 runs; Hilary Nakaya 2-2, run; Ioane double. Punahou: Jamie Millwood double

Reported by Paul Smith

ILH BASEBALL

KAMEHAMEHA 13, PAC-FIVE 1

Harley Holt and two relievers combined on a five-inning two hitter and Brennan Doane-Alcos drove in two runs and scored twice to lead the Warriors over the Wolfpack in an ILH game at CORP.

TC Campbell and Bryson Kenolio each had two hits for Kamehameha.

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KAMEHAMEHA (5-3) 091 3X13 12 2

Landry Kiyabu, Bryson Kihara (2), Noa Okinaka (3), Jordan Kumasaka (3), Royce Fujii (4), Christian Morimoto (4) and Keenan Shigematsu, Kihara (3). Harley Holt, Jordyn Ah Chong (4), Keanu Sato (5) and Moku Kukonu. W Holt. L Kiyabu.

Leading hitters Kamehameha: TC Campbell 2-3; Bryson Kenolio 2-3, 2 runs; Preston Hao triple; Brennan Doane-Alcos 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Alii Pedrina 2 runs.

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