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Posted on: Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Kamehameha tops Maryknoll for first ILH victory


Advertiser Staff

Hawaii news photo - The Honolulu Advertiser

Pac West's Evan Fujimoto is tagged out by Saint Louis second baseman Jordan Fukumoto. Saint Louis won, 10-3.

ANDREW SHIMABUKU | The Honolulu Advertiser

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Kewby Meyer batted 2 for 3 with a double and three runs scored, and Bryson Kenolio went 3 for 4 with two doubles and two runs as Kamehameha beat Pac-Five, 9-6, yesterday in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball game at Ala Wai field.

Kamehameha improved to 1-2-1 in the ILH. Pac-Five dropped to 1-2.

TC Campbell and Brad Nueku had two hits apiece for the Warriors.

Pac-Five's Keenan Shigematsu batted 2 for 4 with two doubles, two runs and two RBIs.

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PAC-FIVE (1-2) 001 210 26 6 4

Bryson Kenolio, Joey Chun (5), Keanu Sato (5), Harley Holt (7), Brennan Doane-Alcos (7) and Kash Kalohelani, Preson Hao (7). Micah Ganiron, Jordan Kumasaka (3), Royce Yamaki (5), Bryson Kihara (6) and Jon Kagahiro. W Kenolio. L Ganiron. Save Doane-Alcos.

Leading hitters Kamehameha: TC Campbell 2-5; Kewby Meyer 2-3, double, 3 runs; Kenolio 3-4, 2 doubles, 2 runs; Brad Nueku 2-4, 2 doubles. Pac-Five: Keenan Shigematsu 2-4, 2 doubles, 2 runs, 2 RBIs.

SAINT LOUIS 10, PAC WEST 3

Derek Nakasato and Kaeo Aliviado both drove in two runs and the Crusaders scored seven runs in the first inning at Central O'ahu Regional Park.

Noa Siegfried, Moses Samia, Jaris Popaca-Falefa and Taylor Troy combined on a four-hitter for Saint Louis.

PAC WEST (0-3) 100 020 0 3 4 1

SAINT LOUIS (3-1) 711 010 X10 7 3

Kellen Abe and Shayne Nakagawa. Noa Siegfried, Moses Samia (3), Jaris Popaca-Falefa (4), Taylor Troy (6) and Kekoa Peltier, Dallas Correa. W Siegfried. L Abe.

Leading hitters Pac-West: Abe 2-3, double, 2 RBIs. Saint Louis: Derek Nakasato 2-3, double, 2 RBIs; Kalei Contrades triple, 2 runs; Kaeo Aliviado 2 RBIs.

Reported by Nick Bradley

'IOLANI 10, MARYKNOLL 1

Carlos Rodriguez pitched an eight-hitter, and Sean Nada batted 3 for 3 with a double and three RBIs as the host Raiders beat the Spartans.

'Iolani's Jarrett Arakawa went 3 for 3 with a double, and Tiras Koon and Sean Odo both drove in two runs.

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'IOLANI (3-1) 004 510 X10 15 1

Gavin Oyadomari, Aaron Tom (4), Matthew Hara (5), Brandon Hinck (6) and David Nishiki. Carlos Rodriguez, Curtis Martin and Tiras Koon. W Rodriguez. L Oyadomari.

Leading hitters Maryknoll: Tylor Honda double; Kyle Hirata 2-4; Tyler Todd 2-3. 'Iolani: Kila Zuttermeister 2-4, double, triple, 2 runs; Jarrett Arakawa 3-3, double; Koon 2-3, 2 doubles, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Sean Nada 3-3, double, 3 RBIs; Sean Odo 2 RBIs.

Reported by Kelly Sakuda

OIA WHITE BASEBALL

FARRINGTON 16, MCKINLEY 14

Justin Rabago batted 4 for 5 with six RBIs as the host Governors outslugged the Tigers.

McKinley's John Kaawa batted 5 for 5.

MCKINLEY (0-3) 022 52314 14 2

FARRINGTON (2-1) 118 42X16 13 9

Kurtis Kometani, Roman Nelson (5) and Rendell Cardano. Shane Chado, Paul Reyes (6) and Bryston Doctolero. W Chado. L Nelson. Save Reyes

Leading hitters McKinley: John Kaawa 5-5; Franklin Villanueva 3-4; Adam Buote 3-5, 5 RBIs. Farrington: Justin Rabago 4-5, 6 RBIs; Bradley Parras 3-4.

Reported by Brandon Baniaga

OIA WHITE SOFTBALL

KAISER 13, RADFORD 7

Chelsea Lima batted 2 for 4 with two triples and three RBIs as the host Cougars beat the Rams.

RADFORD (0-3) 012 100 3 7 6 7

KAISER (2-1) 231 304 X13 7 3

Erin Laurent and Ilona Peterson. Shaydon Apela-Moku and Sadie Karratti-Abordo. W Apela-Moku. L Laurent.

Leading hitters Radford: Tuiai Elisara 2-4, double. Kaiser: Chelsea Lima 2-4, 2 triples, 3 RBIs; Krysta Yasui 2-4, triple.

Reported by Mitchell Matsumoto

WAIALUA 11, MCKINLEY 1

Karina Bayudan pitched a five-hitter and Charee Wong hit a three-run homer in the second inning as the host Bulldogs beat the Tigers. Bayudan struck out six in a game shortened to 4 1/2 innings.

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WAIALUA (2-1) 361 1X11 5 3

Aiga Malagamaalii and Amanda Sakagawa. Karina Bayudan and Tiana Canaday. W Bayudan. L Malagamaalii.

Leading hitters McKinley: Ashlen Hanaoka 2-3; Sakagawa triple. Waialua: Althia Dicion 2-3, 2 runs; Charee Wong 3-run homer; Pua Naki triple.

Reported by Rodney Dicion

'AIEA 5, KALANI 3

Nā Ali'i scored three run in the third and took a 5-1 lead in the fifth against the host Falcons. Details were not available.

'AIEA (2-0) 003 110 05 4 4

KALANI (1-1) 000 120 03 3 6