Big Island Road Runners Scholarship 5k Run May 23, 2010 Coconut Island, 7:30am
|11||Caleb J. Westfall||30-39||:||22||:||04|
|14||DJ Blinn||60 & over||:||22||:||49|
|16||Rob Van Geen||40-49||:||23||:||54|
|26||Big Dog||60 & over||:||25||:||40|
|38||Dennis Shigioka||60 & over||:||30||:||52|
|39||Caleb R. Westfall||1-19||:||31||:||21|
|41||Bill Sakovich||60 & over||:||31||:||30|
|61||Kawehi Pua Kaikaina||1-19||18||:||40||:||59|
|66||NO NAME||NO AGE||:||44||:||19|
|68||Iwalani Kaili||NO AGE||:||44||:||38|
For the story on the Scholarship Run event go to: http://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2010/05/24/chock-weiss-honored-at-road-runners-scholarship-5k/
|BIIF FINAL TEAM STANDINGS|
|as of 4/10/10|
BIIF Tennis Results 4/10/10
Boys Parker 1 , Hilo 4
Singles: Alex Zavarro (Hil) def. Elliot Warkus (PAR) 6-3, 7-5
Singles: Dillon Kell (Hil) def. Kai Inaba (PAR) 5-7, 6-3, 6-3
Doubles: Kenyon Smith (PAR)/ Josh Inaba (PAR) def. Devin Chu (Hil)/ Jonathan Maesato (Hil) 6-4, 6-3
Doubles: Justin Takeda (Hil)/ Kenji Tulman (Hil) def. Charlie Charbonneau (PAR)/ Shotaro Kume (PAR) 6-1, 6-2
Doubles: Jordan Dumlao (Hil)/ Grant Emerson (Hil) def. Cary Hoy (PAR)/ Kieran Najita (PAR) 6-4, 6-1
Girls Parker 1 , Hilo 4
Singles: Kendall Tada (Hil) def. Jenna Gerdsen (PAR) 6-3, 7-5
Singles: Emilie Skladzien (PAR) def. Grace Riley (Hil) 7-6(1), 6-0
Doubles: Megan Cabison (Hil)/ Clarissa Crawford (Hil) def. Ajana Lowrey (PAR)/ Shelby Watson (PAR) 6-2, 6-1
Doubles: Reina Sako (Hil)/ Amy Chen (Hil) def. Lauren Sweere (PAR)/ Zhasmena Jasmine Asoyan (PAR) 6-3, 6-4
Doubles: Joyce Iwashita (Hil)/ Casey Nakamura (Hil) def. Madi Pozner (PAR)/ Desiree Ashley (PAR) 6-2, 3-6, 6-4
Boys Kamehameha 0 , Waiakea 5
Singles: Kallen Mizuguchi (WHS) def. Matt K. Yamamoto (KS) 6-0, 6-1
Singles: Kaito Mizutani (WHS) def. Elijah Pung (KS) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles: Isaiah Brilhante (WHS)/ Christopher Simons (WHS) def. Keoni K. Wong (KS)/ Shaun Kagawa (KS) 6-2, 4-6, 6-2
Doubles: Chad Hara (WHS)/ Caden Yamamoto (WHS) def. William (Kahanu) Salavea (KS)/ Harley Smith (KS) 7-5, 6-1
Doubles: Jonathan Torigoe (WHS)/ Kris Shigehara (WHS) def. Jacob Kackley (KS)/ Kaulana Ho (KS) 6-4, 6-2
Girls Kamehameha 1 , Waiakea 4
Singles: Ceara Sumida (WHS) def. Rebekah S.K. Friel (KS) 6-0, 6-1
Singles: Candice Roddie (WHS) def. Sadie Arakaki (KS) 6-2, 6-0
Doubles: Kahealani R. Kanuha (KS)/ Amanda R. Lerma (KS) def. Shayla Kushi (WHS)/ Quiana Hironaka (WHS) 6-1, 6-4
Doubles: Kaede Kanzawa (WHS)/ Stephanie Matsuura (WHS) def. Corin N.L. Kim (KS)/ Jaci Macida (KS) 7-6, 6-3
Doubles: Leisha Ishikawa (WHS)/ Chelsea Sato (WHS) def. Tehani Sewell (KS)/ Shariyah (Yaya) Campbell (KS) 6-0, 6-4
Boys Kona 1 , Kealakehe 4
Singles: Spencer Travalino (KEAL) def. Trevor Yamagata (Kon) 6-0, 6-0
Singles: Chris Lysiuk (KEAL) def. Kyle Jones (Kon) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles: Jeffrey Gelman (KEAL)/ Chandler “CJ’ Daub (KEAL) def. Taylor Nakamoto (Kon)/ Kevin O’Callaghan (Kon) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles: Justin Uchimura (Kon)/ Matthew Savella (Kon) def. CJ Kow (KEAL)/ Shoyo Tsukamoto (KEAL) 6-1, 6-3
Doubles: Brandon Sawada (KEAL)/ Chase Richmond (KEAL) def. Kona 6-1, 6-3
Girls Kona 1 , Kealakehe 4
Singles: Sayo Tsukamoto (KEAL)def. Rachel Miyata (Kon) 6-0, 6-0
Singles: Daisy Green (KEAL) def. Cassidy Ching (Kon) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles: Crystal Makaiwi (KEAL)/ Sabryna Yates (KEAL) def. Alyssa Inaba (Kon)/ Jessica Ching (Kon) 6-0, 6-1
Doubles: Emma Hayko (Kon)/ Jacqueline Moctezuma (Kon) def. Tiera Makaiwi (KEAL)/ Cierra Abellara (KEAL) 7-5, 7-5
Doubles: Mai Tsukamoto (KEAL)/ Quitney Price (KEAL) def. Ashley Teshima (Kon)/ Hedwyne Dario (Kon) 3-6, 6-1, 7-5
Boys HPA 3 , St. Joseph’s 1
Singles: Hunter Lee (SJ) def. Sam Nam (HPA) 6-1, 6-3
Singles: Zane Moran (HPA) def. Gunnar Austin Lee (SJ) 6-3, 7-6
Doubles: Michael Monahan (HPA)/ Jake Moran (HPA) def. Christian Borris (SJ)/ Christopher Wyrick (SJ) 6-1, 6-0
Doubles: Won Joon Kim (HPA)/ Daniel Han (HPA) def. Devyn Monberg (SJ)/ Robert D’Anna (SJ) 6-3, 6-0
Doubles: Matthew Katibah (SJ)/ Dante Fernandes (SJ) vs. Howard Chen (HPA)/ Oscar Kuo (HPA) 6-3, 4-0 (rainout)
Girls HPA 3 , St. Joseph’s 2
Singles: Erin Wakefield-McDonald (HPA) def. Amber Masulit (SJ) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles: Stephanie Tait (SJ)/ Lucy Grimm (SJ) def. Na Yoon Kim (HPA)/ Bua Rojanai (HPA) 5-7, 6-0, 6-2
Doubles: Samantha Thorsen (SJ)/ Malia Nemeth (SJ) def. Eun Sol Lee (HPA)/ Claire Rho (HPA) 6-2, 6-1
Boys Kohala 2 , Pahoa 0
Singles: Andrew Trump (KOH) def. Malbert Ranan (Pah) 6-3, 6-0
Doubles: Jeong Cho (KOH)/ Dylan Snelling (KOH) def. Alex Jarman (Pah)/ Gercon Ranan (Pah) 6-0, 3-6, 6-0
Girls Kohala 0 , Pahoa 2
Doubles: Nikki Nottingham (Pah)/ Brandi Kirk (Pah) def. Liza Monsalve (KOH)/ Michelle Ruiz Sahagun (KOH) 6-3, 6-4
Doubles: Nicole Kruse (Pah)/ Tiare Mata (Pah) def. Cody Geiger (KOH)/ Ellaine Viernas (KOH) 6-0, 6-0
Boys Laupahoehoe 1 , Makua Lani 4
Singles: Roger Ross Espejo (LHS) def. Josh Brunner (ML) 6-2, 6-1
Doubles: Jordan Heres (ML)/ Damian Mabuni (ML) def. Roger Rae Espejo (LHS)/ Lucky Baun (LHS) 4-6, 7-5, 7-6(2)
Doubles: Steve Hayward (ML)/ Ryder Souza (ML) def. Philip Daquep (LHS)/ Angelo Gonzales (LHS) 6-2, 6-3
Girls Laupahoehoe 2 , Makua Lani 3
Singles: Rose Anne Navalta (LHS) def. Catherine Hudson (ML) 6-2, 6-1
Singles: Alex Todd (ML) won by default
Doubles: Raeorisor Espejo (LHS)/ Christina Foster (LHS) def. Kristen Elliot (ML)/ Gabrielle Shields (ML) 6-2, 6-1
The Waiakea girl’s tennis squad clinched the Big Island Interscholastic Federation team title on their home court this past Saturday by beating a spunky Kamehameha squad 4-1.
Prior to the match first year Waiakea Coach Adelbert Tallett, Jr. spoke of the importance of playing Kamehameha.
“This is a really big match for us as it will determine the team title,” he said. “Today is also going to be a win, win situation for me as I am a current and former Warrior.”
Tallett, a 1979 graduate of Kamehameha, Oahu, had looked forward to playing his former Alma Mater all season long.
“This is the highlight of my entire season,” Tallett said. “I was born and raised on the Big Island and attended St. Joseph before being admitted to Kamehameha where I played three years on their varsity tennis team.”
Tallett and the public school Warriors played a straight up match, leaving their number one singles player, Ceara Sumida, to face Kamehameha’s Rebekah Friel.
“I felt really good today,” Sumida said of her 6-0, 6-1 victory. “I got most of my first serves in and my transition to the net worked fairly well.”
Sumida, ranked number two in the BIIF behind Kealakehe’s Sayo Tsukamoto, wasted little time dispatching Friel after rain delayed the match for nearly two hours.
“I never played her (Friel) before and I didn’t know what to expect, but I went in thinking positive and it all worked out well,” Sumida said.
In number 2 singles Waiakea played Candice Roddie against Kamehameha’s Sadie Arakaki with Roddie winning in straight sets 6-2, 6-0.
“I knew the strength of Kamehameha rested with their doubles teams, but I wanted to keep my singles players in position to get the highest seed possible when it comes to the BIIF championships,” Tallett, Jr. said.
The Kamehameha girls came into the match with only one loss, a 4-1 defeat to Kealakehe earlier in the season. A win for the private school Warriors would have put the BIIF girl’s team title into a three way tie, but Waiakea would have none of that as their team rose to the occasion.
Kamehameha used their number 1 doubles team of Kahea Kanuha and Amanda Lerma to gain their lone victory in team play by beating Qianna Hironaka and Shala Kushi 6-1, 6-4.
The public school Warriors came roaring back in number 2 and 3 doubles play with Kaede Kanazawa and Stephanie Matsuura beating Corin Kim and Jaci Macida 7-6, 6-3 and with the help of Leisha Ishikawa and Chelsea Sato getting past Shariyah Campbell and Tehani Sewell 6-0, 6-4.
“I my very excited for our girls winning the BIIF team title,” Tallett, Jr. said. “Our girls are a very good, disciplined team and I have to give a lot of credit to Kamehameha for teaching me how to play the game.”
Tallett also had high praise for his assistant coach, Roy Hatanaka, and for the support of the team’s parents.
“I think our team chemistry worked really well this year,” Sumida said. “I’m really happy for the team as everything just fell into place.”
Waiakea’s boys team, playing for the runner up position as Kealakehe remained undefeated, beat Kamehameha 5-0 with their ace singles players, Kaito Mizutani and Kallen Mizuguchi sweeping to easy victories.
Mizuguchi was placed into the number 1 position and faced Matt Yamamoto winning in straight sets of 6-0, 6-1, while Mizutani was regulated to the #2 spot and beat Elijah Pung 6-0, 6-0.
Both Mizuguchi and Mizutani are undefeated in BIIF play and neither boy has lost a set all season long.
“Kallen is ranked #6 in the state for boys 18 and Kaito is ranked #2 for the boys 16,” Coach Bill Brilhante, Jr. said.
In doubles play Waiakea pitted Isaiah Brilhante and Christopher Simmons against Kamehameha’s #1 doubles team in Keoni Wong and Shaun Kagawa with Simmons and Brilhante winning in a close match 6-2. 4-6, 6-2.
Waiakea’s other doubles teams of Chad Hara and Caden Yamamoto, 7-5, 6-1, and Kris Shigehara and Johnathan Torigoe, 6-4, 6-2 made it a clean sweep for the Warriors.
The BIIF will next host a Seeding Tournament at Holua on Saturday. Schools are limited to two singles and two doubles entries and according to Coach Bill Brilhante the tourney will allow schools an opportunity to meet the two match minimum requirement for athletes to compete in the BIIF championships set for April 24.