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HHSAA Softball results from Day 1

DATAHOUSE

35th ANNUAL SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

MAY 3-6, 2011

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

 

Division I

O‘ahu Interscholastic Association
1.  Campbell (12-3)
2.  Kailua (11-4)
3.  Mililani (8-8)
4.  Castle (12-3)
5.  Kapolei Hurricanes (12-3)
6.  Leilehua Mules (7-9)
Interscholastic League of Honolulu
1.  Mid-Pacific Owls (14-4)
2.  Punahou Buffanblu (15-3)
Big Island Interscholastic Federation
1.  Waiakea Warriors (12-0)
2.  Kealakehe Waveriders (9-5)
Maui Interscholastic League
1.  Lahainaluna (11-1)
2.  Baldwin (9-3)

 

Division II

O‘ahu Interscholastic Association
1.  Kahuku Red Raiders (14-0)
2.  Waipahu Marauders (11-2)
3.  Kalaheo Mustangs (10-5)
4.  Waialua Bulldogs (9-5)
Interscholastic League of Honolulu
1.  Pac-Five Wolfpack (8-9)
2. St. Francis Saints (6-13)
Big Island Interscholastic Federation
1.  Konawaena Wildcats (7-9)
2.  Honoka’a Dragons (8-7)
3.  Kohala Cowgirls (11-3)
Maui Interscholastic League
1.  Moloka‘i Farmers (8-0)
2.  Hana Dragons (6-2)
Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation
1.  Waimea Menehunes (10-3)

GAME 1

KEALAKEHE (9-6) 010      01 – 2  3          3

KAPOLEI (13-3)       214      23 – 12            11        1

Kihani Kahananui, Ashley Isisaki (3), Kiana Mattos (5) and Ciana Matsuoka, Nani Haleamau (5). Winona Pauline and Briana Tovio-Asato. W — Pauline. L — Kahananui.

Leading hitters – Kealakehe: Brooke Rivera 1-2, RBI. Kapolei: Pauline 2-4, home run, 4 RBIs; Mikela Manewa 3-3, double, 2 RBIs; Tovio-Asato 2-3, double, RBI; Ashalyn Umiamaka 2-3, RBI; Dorian Acierto 1-3, RBI.

GAME 2

LEILEHUA (8-9)      102      030      001 – 7            11        9

KAILUA (11-5)         301      200      000 – 6            9          3

Maegan Tupinio and Jasmine Villegas. Shealee Koki and Sharla-Lynn Kumai-Farrell. W – Tupinio. L – Koki.

Leading hitters – Leilehua: Krystin Kubo 2-4, double, home run, 4 RBIs; Jazmyn Dangoran 3-5, double; Chenoa Au 2-5, RBI. Kailua: Destinee Chang 2-4, RBI; Kumai-Farrell 2-5, RBI.

Game 3

MILILANI (8-9)        100      101      0 – 3    3          3

BALDWIN (10-3)      000      000      4 – 4    9          3

Alysia Maddison and Kacie Oshiro. Kaitlyn Watanabe and Sarah Abe. W – Watanabe. L – Maddison.

 Leading hitters – Mililani: Toni Baysa 2-2, double; Joen Baker home run. Baldwin: Kylie-Rose Dickson 2-3, RBI; Kaitlin Awai 2-3, double; Tayler Shimizu 2-3.

Game 4

CASTLE (13-3)         200      053      0 – 10  6          1

PUNAHOU (15-4)     103      220      1 – 9    1

Maycee Moe, Leisha Li‘ilii (4) and Brooke Kaulula‘au. Jaci Young, Tai Manu-Olevao (5) and Kayla Shimoda. W – Li‘ilii. L — Manu-Olevao.

Leading hitters – Castle: Li‘ilii 2-4, double, 3 RBIs; Brittany Hawn 2-2; Roblyn Silva 2 RBIs. Punahou: Young home run, 3 RBIs; Mysha Sataraka home run, 2 RBIs; Vanessa Va‘a 2 RBIs; Shimoda 2-3, triple, RBI; Reina Furuya 2-4, double; Kylie Popovich double, RBI; Kaylin Okuma 3-4, 2 runs.

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