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Posted on: Sunday, April 18, 2010

Punahou softball hands Mid-Pacific first ILH loss


Associated Press

Jasmine Ioane pitched a one-hitter and hit a walk-off, two-run homer yesterday as host Punahou handed Mid-Pacific its first loss of the season, 2-1.

Punahou improved to 8-4 in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu; Mid-Pacific dropped to 9-1.

In the Buffanblu seventh, Kayla Shimoda led off with a single to deep shortstop. Ioane followed by belting a 1-2 pitch over the fence in right-center.

Ioane walked two and struck out seven.

MID-PACIFIC (9-1) 100 000 01 1 0

PUNAHOU (8-4) 000 000 22 3 4

Keiki Carlos and Kaydi Kochi. Jasmine Ioane and Kayla Shimoda. W Ioane. L Carlos.

Leading hitter Punahou: Ioane 2 RBIs.

'IOLANI 9, SACRED HEARTS 0

Chelsea Nakai and Ashlyn Yokoyama combined on a two-hitter, and Kimberlee Souza, Kryn Masutani and Kaitlyn Shikada homered as the host Raiders beat the Lancers.

SACRED HEARTS (1-9) 000 000 00 2 1

'IOLANI (8-3) 430 002 X9 10 1

Jordyn Waraka and Victoria Simpson. Chelsea Nakai, Ashlyn Yokoyama (7) and Kirstyn Namba. W Nakai. L Waraka.

Leading hitters Sacred Hearts: Michelle Uchida triple. 'Iolani: Kimberlee Souza 2-3, 2-run homer; Kryn Masutani 2-4, solo homer; Kaitlyn Shikada 2-run homer; Mari Fujimoto double.

Reported by Lance Watanabe

KAMEHAMEHA 7,SAINT FRANCIS 3

Jamie Millwood pitched a complete game and Keanu Au batted 2 for 3 for the Warriors (7-4) against the Saints (3-6) at Kamamalu field. No other details reported.

OIA RED EAST

ROOSEVELT 18, FARRINGTON 0

ROOSEVELT 11, FARRINGTON 1

Lianna Bajarin pitched a no-hitter with five strikeouts and Kyra Almeida scored four times as the visiting Rough Riders beat the Governors in the first game.

In the second game, Bajarin pitched a four-hitter and batted 3 for 3 with two runs scored for Roosevelt. Maho Wada and Charisse Tanabe both homered for the Rough Riders.

ROOSEVELT (9-0) 246 3318 14 1

FARRINGTON (2-7) 000 00 0 0 4

Lianna Bajarin and Lindsay Takekawa. Natasha Miller, Kinciana Ngiralmau (5) and Ngiralmau and Seaana Kaapa-Napulou (5). W Bajarin. L Miller.

Leading hitters Roosevelt: Maho Wada 2-4, 2 doubles, 2 runs; Brianne Leong 3 runs; Kamalei Pitoy 2-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Aimee Taniguchi 2-3, triple, 3 runs; Chelsea Ornellas 2 runs; Kyra Almeida 4 runs.

FARRINGTON (2-8) 000 01 1 4 1

ROOSEVELT (10-0) 442 0111 9 3

Kinciana Ngiralmau, Jasmina To (3) and Seaana Kaapa-Napulou, Ngiralmau (3). Lianna Bajarin and Lindsay Takekawa. W Bajarin. L Ngiralmau.

Leading hitters Roosevelt: Maho Wada solo homer; Brianne Leong 2 runs; Charisse Tanabe 2-3, solo homer, 2 runs; Bajarin 3-3, 2 runs.

Reported by Glenn Zukeran

KAILUA 12, KAHUKU 1KAILUA 14, KAHUKU 4

Johnna Pedro homered twice and Jaeleen Johnson pitched a three-hitter as the visiting Surfriders beat the Red Raiders in the first game.

In the second game, Shelby Lono batted 4 for 4 with five RBIs and Pedro went 3 for 4 with a homer and three RBIs for Kailua.

KAILUA (6-3) 050 12412 11 0

KAHUKU (1-8) 100 000 1 3 5

Jaeleen Johnson and Sharla Kumai-Farrell. Brooke Beatty and Quiana Hefferman. W Johnson. L Beatty.

Leading hitters Kailua: Johnna Pedro 2-3, solo homer, 2-run homer; Jayna Hanawahine 2-3, 2 runs; Sage Manatag 2-3.

KAHUKU (1-9) 000 400 4 7 5

KAILUA (7-3) 150 12514 17 1

Kelile Ching and Quiana Hefferman. Destinee Chang, Jaelleen Johnson (5) and Kiana Vierra, Sharla Kumai-Farrell (6). W Ching. L Chang.

Leading hitters Kahuku: Brooke Beatty 2-3, 2 RBIs; Kylee Dicion-Leong 2-2. Kailua: Johnna Pedro 3-4, 2-run homer, 3 RBIs; Shelby Lono 4-4, 5 RBIs; Jayna Hanawahine 3-4, triple, 2 RBIs; Amanda Kaleo 2-4.

Reported by Allen Goo

OIA RED WEST

LEILEHUA 9, WAIPAHU 2 LEILEHUA 8, WAIPAHU 3

Alyssa Stout batted 3 for 4 with two homers and four RBIs, and Maegan Tupinio pitched an eight-hitter for the host Mules in the first game.

In the second game, Krystin Kubo batted 2 for 3 with a homer and three RBIs for Leilehua.

WAIPAHU (1-8) 100 001 02 8 1

LEILEHUA (2-9) 212 040 X9 13 0

AJ Miranda, Dara Aiwohi-Dutro (5) and Nala Viliamu. Maegan Tupinio and Jasmine Villegas. W Tupinio. L Miranda.

Leading hitters Waipahu: Aiwohi-Dutro 2-3; Viliamu 3-4 solo homer; Joni Mendiola 2-3. Leilehua: Camey Narusawa 2-3, 2-run homer, 2 runs; Villegas 2-3, 2 RBIs; Tupinio 2-2, 2 runs; Alyssa Stout 3-4, 2 homers, 2 runs, 4 RBIs.

LEILEHUA (3-9) 004 400 08 10 2

WAIPAHU (1-9) 000 300 03 4 2

Maegan Tupinio, Kaylen Ynigues (5) and Jasmine Villegas. Dara Aiwohi-Dutro and Angi Sakamoto. W Tupinio. L Aiwohi-Dutro.

Leading hitters Leilehua: Ynigues 2-4, double, 2 runs; Camey Narusawa 2-4, double, 2 runs; Krystin Kubo 2-3, homer, 3 RBIs.

Reported by Berdina Kubo

KAPOLEI 2, PEARL CITY 1 PEARL CITY 2, KAPOLEI 1

Tanisha Aniya pitched a two-hitter, and Dorian Acierto and Ashalyn Umiamaka both had two hits as the host Hurricanes won the opener.

In the second game, Sella Rodriguez pitched a five-hitter as Pearl City picked up the split. Kapolei's Kahana Higa and Winona Paulina combined on a two-hitter in the loss.

PEARL CITY (3-6) 000 000 11 2 1

KAPOLEI (4-5) 001 010 X2 8 1

Sella Rodrigues and Maya Nagata, N. Sato (4). Tanisha Aniya and Kaity Wills. W Aniya. L Rodrigues.

Leading hitters Pearl City: Kalei Adams double. Kapolei: Dorian Acierto 2-3; Ashalyn Umiamaka 2-3; Aniya double.

KAPOLEI (4-6) 000 010 01 5 3

PEARL CITY (4-6) 002 000 X2 2 1

Kahana Higa, Winona Pauline (4) and Aimee Aipa, Kaity Wills (4), Chalei Kailikea (6). Sella Rodrigues and Ashlyn Aweau. W Rodrigues. L Higa.

Leading hitters Kapolei: Dorian Acierto triple. Pearl City: Siera Tadiarca double.

Reported by Jasmine Dang

OIA WHITE

KALāHEO 3, KAISER 1 KAISER 4, KALāHEO 2

Sarah Fitzherbert pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts as the visiting Mustangs overcame a no-hitter by the Cougars' Shaydon Apela-Moku in the first game. Apela-Moku had 11 strikeouts.

In the second game, Apela-Moku pitched a two-hitter as Kaiser salvaged the split.

KALAHEO (6-2) 210 000 03 0 2

KAISER (7-4) 000 001 01 2 2

Sarah Fitzherbert and Amanda Pavey. Shaydon Apela-Moku and Sadie Karratti-Abordo. W Fitzherbert. L Apela-Moku.

KAISER (8-4) 200 020 04 2 0

KALAHEO (6-3) 000 110 02 2 1

Shaydon Apela-Moku and Sadie Karratti-Abordo. Teone Farley-Mahoe, Sarah Fitzherbert (3) and Tiffany Harada. W Apela-Moku. L Fitzherbert.

Leading hitter Kalāheo: Theresa Capllonch triple.

Reported by Mitchell Matsumoto

KALANI 23, MCKINLEY 6 KALANI 19, MCKINLEY 2

Chelsea Yamamoto hit a grand slam and Janiece Taira batted 2 for 3 with three RBIs as the host Falcons beat the Tigers in the first game. Hikari Kumagi hit a solo homer and Kristi Belshe batted 3 for 3 for Kalani, which scored 16 runs in the third.

In the second game, Haley Omiya pitched a five-hitter and Kristiann Endow batted 3 for 4 for Kalani.

MCKINLEY (0-9) 00 0 51 6 7 6

KALANI (8-1) 41(16) 2X23 11 1

Aiga Malagamaalii and Yoon Juryu. Rayme Awaya, Jade Teruya (3) and Kristi Belshe. W Awaya. L Malagamaalii.

Leading hitters McKinley: Katey Ezra 3-3. Kalani: Hikaru Kumagai 2-3, solo homer; Belshe 3-3; Chelsea Yamamoto grand slam; Janiece Taira 2-3, 3 RBIs.

KALANI (9-1) (10)25 1119 12 1

MCKINLEY (0-10) 0 00 11 2 5 7

Haley Omiya and Kristi Belshe. Aiga Malagamaalii, Amanda Sakagawa (1) and Yoon Juryu. W Omiya. L Malagamaalii.

Leading hitters Kalani: Belshe 2-2, 2 doubles; Kristiann Endow 3-4; Janiece Taira 2-2; Omiya 2-4. McKinley: Sakagawa 2-3.

Reported by Melissa Marquez

WAIALUA 7, 'AIEA 6 WAIALUA 17, 'AIEA 10

Althia Dicion and Ciarra Balidoy both homered twice and the host Bulldogs scored two in the bottom of the seventh to beat Nā Ali'i in the first game.

In the second game, Jessica Temblor doubled twice and drove in four runs, Dicion batted 4 for 4 and scored four times, and Alyssiah Hernandez batted 4 for 5 for the Bulldogs.

'AIEA (3-4) 300 120 06 12 3

WAIALUA (6-2) 220 001 27 13 2

Kelcie Takeuchi and Ashlei Liilii. Karina Bayudan and Jessica Temblor. W Bayudan. L Takeuchi.

Leading hitters 'Aiea: Takeuchi 2-4, triple; Kori Nishi 3-4; Liilii 2-4, homer, triple, 3 RBIs. Waialua: Althia Dicion 3-4, 2 homers, 3 RBIs, 2 runs; Ciarra Balidoy 3-3, 2 homers, 2 RBIs; Charee Wong 2-4; Temblor 2-4; Alyssiah Hernandez triple.

WAIALUA (7-2) 410 533 117 15 4

'AIEA (3-5) 110 340 110 18 5

Karina Bayudan and Jessica Temblor. Kelcie Takeuchi, Joe Ann Rapoza (3) and Ashlei Liilii. W Bayudan. L Takeuchi.

Leading hitters Waialua: Althia Dicion 4-4, double, 2 RBIs, 4 runs; Alyssiah Hernandez 4-5, triple, double, 3 runs; Temblor 2-5, 2 doubles, 4 RBIs; Ciarra Balidoy double. 'Aiea: Takeuchi 2-5; Kori Nishi 3-5, 2 RBIs; Rapoza 2-5, triple; Macy Baron 4-4, double; Mapu Taulaua 3-4; Janelle Makalena 2-3.

Reported by Rodney Dicion