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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Thursday, March 18, 2010

Maryknoll defeated Warriors for 1st win

Advertiser Staff

Maryknoll defeated Kamehameha, 8-6, last Saturday at Ala Wai for its first victory of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu baseball season.

An incorrect Headline 1 in yesterday's Advertiser stated that Kamehameha defeated Maryknoll. Kamehameha actually beat Pac-Five, not Maryknoll, on Tuesday.

Days earlier, Maryknoll pulled off an upset over Kamehameha, relying on seven Warrior errors, two wild pitches and some clutch hitting to score six unearned runs.

Maryknoll had back-to-back, three-run innings fueled by two Warrior errors in each inning.

Trailing 3-2, Maryknoll scored three in the bottom of the fifth for a 5-3 lead. Tyler Todd's two-run single highlighted the inning.

Kamehameha rallied for three runs in the top of the sixth for a 6-5 lead only to see Maryknoll score three in the bottom half. Kaelen Hirashiki stole two bases in the inning, including home to tie the game at 6. Maryknoll's go-ahead runs were scored on an error and wild pitch.

Todd pitched the final two innings for the victory.

Trevor Saiki batted 3 for 4, and Kyle Hirata had two hits and three runs scored for the Spartans.


KAMEHAMEHA 100 203 0 — 6 12 7

MARYKNOLL 002 033 X — 8 9 3

Jordyn Ah Chong, Brennan Doane-Alcos (5) and Kash Kalohelani. Craig Shoji, Matthew Hara (5), Tyler Todd (6) and David Nishiki. W—Todd. L—Doane-Alcos.

Leading hitters: Kamehameha—TC Campbell 3-4, Kainoa Inafuku 3-3, Bryson Kenolio 2-4, double; Joe Yokoi triple, 2 runs; Kalohelani triple. Maryknoll—Trevor Saiki 3-4, double; Kyle Hirata 2-3, 3 runs; Todd 2 RBIs.


Ryan Muraoka's three-run homer highlighted a seven-run second inning for the Owls.


MID-PACIFIC 072 114 — 15 9 3

PAC-FIVE 111 200 — 5 9 4

Lawrence Chew, Kelly Meguro (5) and Dane Fujinaka. Royce Yamaki, Christian Morimoto (2), Adam Oshiro (4), Micah Ganiron (7) and Bryson Kihara. W—Chew. L—Yamaki.

Leading hitters: MPI—Tyler Nishimoto 2-3, triple, 2 runs; Cy Higashi 2-4, triple, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Tyler Yoshizawa 2-2, 2 runs; Justin Protacio 3 RBIs; Ryan Muraoka homer, 3 RBIs; Jordan Obata 3 runs; Marcus Doi 2 runs; Harrison Kam 2 runs. P5—Noa Okinaka 2-4, triple, 2 RBIs; Royce Fujii 2-3, Keenan Shigematsu triple.



Noa Siegfried and Joshua Nakamura combined on a two-hitter in an ILH game played Friday at Ala Wai. Siegfried allowed one hit and one earned run in 4 2/3 innings. Nakamura finished, striking out six in 2[0xb0] innings.

SAINT LOUIS 300 030 2 — 8 10 1

KAMEHAMEHA 010 010 0 — 2 2 1

Noa Siegfried, Joshua Nakamura (5) and Moses Samia. Harley Holt, Kewby Meyer (5), Bryson Kenolio (7) and Preston Hao. W—Siegfried; L—Holt.

Leading hitters: SL—Kaeo Aliviado 3-4, 2 RBIs; Jordan Fukumoto 2-3, triple; Derek Nakasato 2-4, double; Samia 2-3, double, 2 RBIs; Kini Enos triple; Jordan Kahalekai 2 runs.


Keenan Shigematsu singled in the tying run and scored the go-ahead run on an error in a three-run fifth to lift the Wolfpack to victory. Shigematsu stole second after his hit and scored on a failed pickoff attempt.

DAMIEN 001 100 0 — 2 6 2

PAC-FIVE 000 030 X — 3 6 2

Jeremy Dela Cruz, DJ Dudoit (5) and Alan Mohika. Ryan Uenten, Landry Kiyabu (5) and Bryson Kihara. W—Kiyabu. L—Dudoit.

Leading hitters: Damien—Dela Cruz double. P5—Keenan Shigematsu 2-3; Noa Okinaka double; Reyn Sugai, double.

Source: www.hawaii-cbl.com/ilh.html