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Posted on: Sunday, April 25, 2010

Castle softball hands Roosevelt first loss

Advertiser Staff

Leisha Liilii pitched a one-hitter and Kalena Lessary batted 2 for 3 as host Castle handed Roosevelt its first loss of the season, 4-0, in the second game of a doubleheader yesterday.

In the first game, Liana Bajarin pitched an eight-hitter and batted 2 for 3 with a homer and three RBIs as Roosevelt beat Castle, 8-2.

Castle is 7-3 in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association Red East; Roosevelt is 11-1.

ROOSEVELT (11-0) 200 203 18 7 0

CASTLE (6-3) 000 002 02 8 7

Liana Bajarin and Lindsay Takekawa. Maycee Moe and Alyssa Cypriano. W Bajarin. L Moe.

Leading hitters Roosevelt: Charisse Tanabe 2-4; Kamalei Pitoy 2-3; Bajarin 2-3, homer, 3 RBIs. Castle: Brooke Kaululaau 2-4.

CASTLE (7-3) 200 000 24 7 0

ROOSEVELT (11-1) 000 000 00 1 1

Leisha Liilii and Alyssa Cypriano. Liana Bajarin and Lindsay Takekawa, Crystal Chung (3). W Liilii. L Bajarin.

Leading hitter Castle: Kalena Lessary 2-3.

Reported by John Berinobis

KAHUKU 8, FARRINGTON 3KAHUKU 14, FARRINGTON 8

Brooke Beatty pitched a three-hitter as the visiting Red Raiders beat the Govenors in the opener.

In the second game, Jazmina Toa and Nalia Tafua homered in Kahuku's victory.

KAHUKU (2-9) 105 002 08 7 3

FARRINGTON (2-9) 000 012 03 3 4

Brooke Beatty and Cindy Lavulavu. Jasmina To and Kinciana Ngiralmau. W Beatty. L To.

Leading hitters Kahuku: Jazmine Toa 2 runs. Farrington: Seaana Kaapa-Napulou 2 runs.

FARRINGTON (2-10) 100 043 0 8 8 3

KAHUKU (3-9) 210 344 X14 11 4

Seaana Kaapa-Napulou and Kinciana Ngiralmau. Kelly Ching and Cindy Lavulavu. W Ching. L Kaapu-Napulou.

Leading hitters Farrington: Ngiralmau solo homer. Kahuku: Jazmine Toa solo homer; Nalia Tafua 2-run homer; N. Galo 3-5.

Reported by Ed Davis

KAILUA 7, MOANALUA 0KAILUA 12, MOANALUA 4

Jaellen Johnson pitched a five-hitter and drove in two runs as the visiting Surfriders beat Nā Menehune in the opener.

In the second game, Johnna Pedro pitched a four-hitter and homered for Kailua.

KAILUA (8-3) 010 201 37 6 0

MOANALUA (5-6) 000 000 00 5 11

Jaelleen Johnson and Sharla Kumai-Farrell. Vanessa Villa and Doriann Sugai. W Johnson. L Villa.

Leading hitters Kailua: Sheena Hussey triple; Johnson 2-4, 2 RBIs. Moanalua: Nala Quevido 2-3.

MOANALUA (5-7) 020 110 4 4 6

KAILUA (9-3) 050 30412 6 1

Peyton Buen, Stephanie Putman (3), Vanessa Villa (6) and Doriann Sugai. Johnna Pedro and Sharla Kumai-Farrell. W Buen. L Pedro.

Leading hitters Moanalua: Jaimee Tabangay 2-3, triple, homer, 2 RBIs. Kailua: Pedro 2-5, homer.

Reported by Kristie Morikawa

OIA RED WEST

KAPOLEI 5, WAIPAHU 0KAPOLEI 13, WAIPAHU 3

Tanisha Aniya pitched a three-hitter as the host Hurricanes beat the Marauders in the opener.

In the second game, Winona Pauline pitched a three-hitter and Dorian Acierto batted 3 for 4 with a triple and four RBIs for Kapolei.

WAIPAHU (1-10) 000 000 00 3 3

KAPOLEI (5-6) 301 001 X5 11 2

Dara Aiwohi-Dutro and Angi Sakamoto. Tanisha Aniya and Chalei Kailikea, Aimee Aipa (3). W Aniya. L Aiwohi-Dutro.

Leading hitters Waipahu: Aiwohi-Dutro 2-3. Kapolei: Kulana Cristobal 2-4; Mikela Manewa 2-3, double; Alyssa Aipa 2-2; Kahana Higa 2-3; Aimee Aipa double.

KAPOLEI (6-6) 101 05613 9 1

WAIPAHU (1-11) 110 001 3 3 5

Winona Pauline and Aimee Aipa. AJ Miranda and Angi Sakamoto, Nala Viliamu (6). W Pauline. L Miranda.

Leading hitters Kapolei: Dorian Acierto 3-4, triple, 4 RBIs; Mikela Manewa 2 RBIs; Pauline triple. Waipahu: Dara Aiwohi-Dutro 2-3.

Reported by Jasmine Dang

OIA WHITE

'AIEA 25, NANAKULI 0'AIEA 5, NANAKULI 2

Joe-Ann Rapoza pitched a one-hitter, and Kendra Chong batted 3 for 4 as visiting Nā Ali'i scored eight in the first and 13 in the second to beat the Golden Hawks in the three-inning opener.

In the second game, Rapoza pitched a five-hitter and batted 2 for 3 for 'Aiea.

'AIEA (4-5) 8(13)425 12 2

NĀNĀKULI (1-6) 0 0 0 0 1 6

Joe-Ann Rapoza and Ashlei Liilii. Kelsea Gilman and A. Fujikawa. W Rapoza. L Gilman.

Leading hitters 'Aiea: Temu Lautalo 2-4; Kendra Chong 3-4; Amber Scharsch triple; Mapu Tauala 2-3.

NĀNĀKULI (1-7) 000 020 02 5 7

'AIEA (5-5) 030 011 05 5 3

E. Woolsey and Crystie Acopal. Joe-Ann Rapoza and Ashlei Liilii. W Rapoza. L Bri Woolsey.

Leading hitters Nānākuli: K.C. Salgado 3-3. 'Aiea: Rapoza 2-3; Amber Scharsch 1-2.

Reported by Tracie Koide

WAIALUA 12, RADFORD 8WAIALUA 11, RADFORD 6

Alyssiah Hernandez batted 3 for 5 with a double and three RBIs, Jessica Temblor scored twice and Tiana Canaday drove in two runs as the visiting Bulldogs beat the Rams in the opener.

In the second game, Hernandez batted 3 for 3 with two doubles and Temblor scored three times for Waialua.

WAIALUA (8-2) 010 605 012 10 6

RADFORD (3-6) 051 011 0 8 13 3

Karina Bayudan and Jessica Temblor. Jackie Santoyo, Amanda Nicholas (4) and Ilona Petersen. W Bayudan. L Santoyo.

Leading hitters Waialua: Alyssiah Hernandez 3-5, double, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Temblor 2-4, 2 runs; Tiana Canaday 2-4, 2 RBIs. Radford: Sanoe Tuitele 3-3, double, 3 RBIs; Nicholas 2-4; Venise Elisara 2-4; Brayanne Moe 2-4; Petersen 2-4.

RADFORD (3-7) 000 203 1 6 9 3

WAIALUA (9-2) 420 014 X11 15 0

Jackie Santoyo and Ilona Petersen. Karina Bayudan and Pua Naki. W Bayudan. L Santoyo.

Leading hitters Radford: Sanoe Tuitele 3-4, 2 doubles, triple, 4 RBIs; Amanda Nicholas double; Petersen double; Brayanne Moe dou ble. Waialua: Alyssiah Hernandez 3-3, 2 doubles; Tiana Canaday 3-4, double; Naki double, 2 RBI; Lacy Escorzon 2-4, double, 2 RBIs; Jessica Temblor 2-3, 3 runs; Althia Dicion triple, 2 runs.

Reported by Rodney Dicion

KALāHEO 19, MCKINLEY 2KALāHEO 20, MCKINLEY 5

Sarah Fitzherbert pitched a four-hitter as the host Mustangs scored nine in the second to beat the Tigers in the opener.

In the second game, Teone Farley-Mahoe pitched a two-hitter and Kalāheo scored seven in the first and eight in the fourth to rout McKinley.

MCKINLEY (0-11) 001 01 2 4 5

KALĀHEO (8-3) 390 2519 3 2

Aiga Malagamaalii, Amanda Sakagawa (5) and Yoon Ju Ryu. Sarah Fitzherbert and Tiffany Harada. W Fitzherbert. L Malagamaalii.

Leading hitters McKinley: Ju Ryu 3-3, doubler, homer. Kalāheo: Janessa Gorgonio double.

KALĀHEO (9-3) 705 8020 6 2

MCKINLEY (0-12) 012 20 5 2 5

Teone Farley-Mahoe and Tiffany Harada. Amanda Sakagawa and Yoon Ju Ryu. W Farley-Mahoe. L Sakagawa.

Leading hitters Kalāheo: Sarah Fitzherbert triple; Amanda Pavey double; Shanez Lolo-Barbierto double. McKinley: Sakagawa homer; Kylie Sato homer.

Reported by Gloria Hong

ILH

MID-PACIFIC 1, KAMEHAMEHA 0

Tasi Docktor homered in the top of the 11th inning and Keiki Carlos pitched a two-hitter as the visiting Owls beat the Warriors.

Kamehameha's Jamie Millwood pitched a three-hitter.

MID-PACIFIC (11-1) 000 000 000 011 3 3

KAMEHAMEHA (8-5) 000 000 000 000 2 1

Keiki Carlos and Kaydi Kochi. Jamie Millwood and Marche Llanos. W Carlos. L Millwood.

Leading hitters Mid-Pacific: Tasi Docktor homer; Tori Hamura double.

Reported by Asia Botelho

'IOLANI 10, ST. FRANCIS 1

Nalani Taniguchi pitched a five-hitter and Kimberlee Souza hit a two-run homer as the Raiders beat the Saints at Ala Wai Field.

Kaulawena Reis-Moniz batted 3 for 3 and Alex Masaquel went 2 for 3 for 'Iolani.

ST. FRANCIS (3-7) 001 000 0 1 5 2

'IOLANI (9-4) 030 502 X10 11 2

Kayla Sakamoto and Kelsie Hee. Nalani Taniguchi and Kryn Masutani. W Taniguchi. L Sakamoto.

Leading hitters St. Francis: Kelcee Santos 2-3, triple; Ashley Kahapea double. 'Iolani: Kaulawena Reis-Moniz 3-3; Alex Masaquel 2-3; Kimberlee Souza 2-run homer; Amanda McCaskill double; Kaitlyn Shikada double.

Reported by Lance Watanabe

SACRED HEARTS 4, PAC-FIVE 1

Jordyn Waracka pitched a five-hitter and Kasey Lopez batted 4 for 4 as the Lancers beat the Wolfpack at Ala Wai Field.

SACRED HEARTS (2-9) 112 000 04 10 2

PAC-FIVE (2-9) 000 010 01 5 0

Jordyn Waracka and Sara Souza. Sheridan Mahelona and Cassandra Koja. W Mahelona. L Waracka.

Leading hitters Sacred Hearts: Souza 2-4; Jordan Nelson 2-3; Kasey Lopez 4-4. Pac-Five: Samantha Ford 2-3.

Reported by Chester Hirano and Darcie Okamura