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HHSAA Bowling Team Standings after two rounds

    GIRLS TEAM              
                   
SCHOOL 1 2 3 SUB 4 5 6 SUB 1-6
MARYKNOLL 816 767 834 2417 693 839 801 2333 4750
HAWAII BAPTIST 841 845 850 2536 705 775 721 2201 4737
PEARL CITY 732 803 754 2289 767 834 814 2415 4704
CASTLE 738 844 711 2293 832 735 716 2283 4576
KAUAI 753 769 713 2235 744 727 633 2104 4339
HILO 746 832 695 2273 653 705 697 2055 4328
BALDWIN 740 729 698 2167 721 700 649 2070 4237
MILILANI 717 734 750 2201 615 686 693 1994 4195
                   
                   
    BOYS TEAM              
                   
SCHOOL 1 2 3 SUB 4 5 6 SUB 1-6
PEARL CITY 981 932 1009 2922 987 1016 860 2863 5785
MILILANI 975 947 969 2891 815 833 860 2508 5399
HAWAII BAPTIST 840 840 823 2503 955 953 843 2751 5254
MARYKNOLL 870 871 892 2633 891 781 764 2436 5069
KALANI 854 816 793 2463 791 944 871 2606 5069
HILO 628 710 782 2120 772 755 794 2321 4441
KAUAI 743 753 794 2290 735 711 668 2114 4404
BALDWIN 727 748 843 2318 783 670 608 2061 4379
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October 27, 2011 Posted by | bowling | | Leave a comment

Aiea football coach Wendell Say arrested for assault, offers official statement

Aiea High School football head coach Wendell Say is releasing an official statement regarding allegations of him being involved in an assault, which was published in the Star-Advertiser.  The attached statement is being officially released through his attorney Lyle Hosoda, Esq.

Wendell Say Statement    I want to let my family, friends and the community know that there is no truth whatsoever to the recent allegations made against me in the newspaper. I was first called by the police on Monday, October 24, 2011 and was asked to come down to the police station. I voluntarily went by myself to the station on Tuesday, October 25, 2011. I have fully cooperated and complied with everything that the police asked of me.

When I got to the station, I was surprised because I was immediately booked and placed under arrest. The Detective told me that someone claimed that he had been assaulted at the Seven/Eleven Store in Aiea on October 9, 2011, and that individual identified me as the one who assaulted him. The Detective showed me a group picture of Aiea High School football coaches, and said that the victim identified me from the picture.

I explained to the Detective that I was never at the Seven/Eleven Store on October 9, 2011. Together with the police, we re-traced where I was throughout October 9, 2011. I was with my wife and daughter at home the entire morning tending to my daughter who was sick that day. I went to a coaches meeting in the afternoon, and then went to Sam’s Club to pick up groceries. I forgot my check book and had to call my wife, who drove down with my daughter to bring the checkbook.

I was asked by the police to go to Sam’s Club to get the receipt, which I did. It shows me and my wife and daughter checking out at 5:33 p.m.

From there, my wife got into her car, and my daughter got into my car with me, and we all drove straight from Sam’s Club at Pearl Highlands to our home in Wahiawa.

The police informed me that because my wife and daughter (who is an adult, but handicapped) are biased witnesses, that I was being arrested and charged with assault because I had no one else to confirm that I was not at the Seven/Eleven Store in Aiea at 6:15 p.m. I got my cell phone records, and have been seeking videotapes from Seven/Eleven, and any other evidence that will all show that I simply was not there.

I was completely surprised and shocked at my arrest. I work in the community and I work with law enforcement all the time. I believe in our system.

I have offered and will continue to offer my complete cooperation in this matter. I am sorry that a young man in our community apparently has been injured, but I had absolutely nothing to do with it. I have faith in our system and our community and know that my name and reputation will be cleared. I thank all of those family, friends, and the community for all of their support and aloha.

October 27, 2011 Posted by | Events | , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Girls Volleyballl, scores and stats after First Round

Kahuku’s 25-21, 17-25, 25-13, 25-16 victory over Kaiser in tonight’s first round of the New City Nissan/Hawai’i High School Athletic Association Division I Girls Volleyball State Championships:

Kahuku: Tatiana Brown 11 kills, 1 block, 1 ace; Pati Anae and Sinamoni Tonga 7 kills, 2 blocks and 1 ace each; Adora Anae 6 kills; Tyra Williams 2 kills, 3 blocks; Talia Brown 2 aces, 1 block; Manaia Afalava 1 kill. Kaiser: Haley Durham 10 kills, 2 blocks, 3 aces; Courtney Phillips 7 kills, 3 blocks; Annika Rigterink 5 kills, 3 blocks; Maya Honma, Haley Ross and Taylor Candelario 1 ace each; Jolie Au and Kayla Nihipali 1 kill each.

Pearl City vs KS-Kapalama (Oct 26, 2011 at Kalihi, O`ahu) KS-Kapalama def. Pearl City 25-11,25-11,25-22

 Pearl City (8-7, 0-1 HHSAA) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Chun,

  Brandee-gail 10-0-0; Inong, Taylor 3-1-0; Walker, Tiari-Marie 2-0-1;

  Mersberg, Courtney 1-0-0; Chong, Kaya 0-1-0; Totals 16-2-1.0.

  (Assists) – Chinen, Kacie 10. (Dig leaders) – Chong, Kaya 14; Inong, Taylor 6

  KS-Kapalama (10-3, 1-0 HHSAA) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Wasko, Amanda 9-2-0; Ma`a, Misty 8-0-2; Mo`okini-Oliveira, P 5-0-0; Kalepa,

  Brittany Ann 5-2-0; Robins-Hardy, Kawai 2-0-1; Laumauna, Pikake 2-0-2;  Robins-Hardy, Alohi 2-0-1; Pa`akaula, Haley 2-0-2;

Recca, Dawn Pomai 2-0-0; Akana, Kennedi 1-0-0; Chong, Autumn “Koko” 0-2-0; Ma`afala,

  Faith 0-2-0; Keoho, Chelsey 0-2-0; Totals 38-10-4.0. (Assists) –

  Robins-Hardy, Alohi 30. (Dig leaders) – Robins-Hardy, Alohi 8; Keoho,   Chelsey 6

Leilehua def. Kauai 27-25, 25-27, 25-11, 25-13

Leilehua leaders: Ashlee Vaoifi 12 kills, 3 aces Kaula Kilaulani 9 kills, 3 aces
Alea Hamm 9 kills, 4 blks  Mariessa Carrasco 7 kills, 5 blks  Krystin Kubo 19 asst
Aeshalani Palomares 13 asst

Kauai leaders Jennifer Grady 19 asst Shyanne Sadora 6 kills, 1 blk, 1 ace
Reanna Javinar 5 kills Jordyn Zeffiro 5 kills Leiana Alejandro 4 kills 3 aces
Ashley Ramelb 2 aces

Saint Francis def. Molokai, 3-1 (25-27, 25-16, 25-15, 25-11)

Saint Francis (10-2, 1-0 HHSAA): Harlee Meyers (7 kills, 1 block, 2 aces);  Leila Matsumoto (1 ace);  Emma Lehua La`a (1 block);  Angel Savea (11 kills, 2 aces);  Lexis Satele (4 kills, 2 blocks, 1 ace);  Kololia Atoia-Williams (18 kills, 2 blocks);  Jedidah Hanakahi (4 kills, 2 blocks, 1 ace);  Tyler Marie Kalei Mau (8 kills, 3 blocks, 1 ace).

Molokai (8-6, 0-1 HHSAA):  Sottrell Ingram (2 blocks);  Taylor Tamanaha (2 aces);  Natalia Levi (9 kills, 1 ace);  Leenell Hernandez (10 kills, 1 block, 1 ace);  Heather Place (1 kill, 2 aces);  Shanrese Pedro (1 kill, 1 block);  Taylor Keliihoomalu (6 kills, 2 blocks, 1 ace).

Baldwin def. Castle 22-25,23-25,25-16,25-15,15-10

 Castle (11-6, 0-1 HHSAA) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Lilio, Joshell

  20-2-1; Puaauli-Pauhi, Quare 14-0-0; Fernandez, Azjuer 11-0-3; Lynch,

  Verna-Marie 8-3-1; Tilton, Kiana 2-1-2; Tiumalu, Sheastel 1-0-1;

  Totals 56-6-4.0. (Assists) – Tilton, Kiana 46. (Dig leaders) – Solley,   Jasmine 16; Lafitaga, Kasey 7

  Baldwin (12-4, 1-0 HHSAA) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Vaivai, Kalei

  14-0-1; Wallace, Olivia 11-2-0; Badois, Taylor 9-3-6; Mataele,

  Kasalaine 6-0-2; Laloulu, Pepe 6-0-4; Newton, Ariana 4-3-1; Buika,

  Pelemarie 2-0-1; Houpo, Sydney 1-0-0; Cordoba, Gabriella 0-3-0; Totals

 53-11-9.0. (Assists) – Newton, Ariana 42. (Dig leaders) – Vaivai,Kalei 15; Wallace, Olivia 11; Cordoba, Gabriella 9

From Kalani
Kona def radford
25-16, 25-27, 27-25, 21-25, 16-14
Kona leaders  Ward 25 kills  Taumoefolau 13 kills, 5 blks, 4 aces
D. Awa 12 kills  Kaupu 10 kills, 2 blks  Wall 55 assists   Mitchell 2 aces
Radfird leaders Wimbush 14 kills Malepeai 12 kills 7 blks
Mason 11 kills, 8 blks Curlee 3 blks  Kapesi 32 assists 2 blks

 Moanalua def. Hilo, 25-11, 25-5, 25-22

Stat leaders — Moanalua: Erin Perez 10 kills, 1 ace; Lia Gaogao 7 kills, 4 blocks; Anuhea Paiva and Daisge Smith 3 kills each; Katiana Ponce 2 kills, 3 aces; Kelsey Chan 2 kills; Courtney Uyeda 2 aces Hilo: Waihilo Chartrand 3 kills, 1 block, 1 ace; Petilisa Ena Tilina-Livai 3 kills, 2 blocks; Amanda Loffler 3 kills; Destynee Figueroa 2 kills, 1 ace; Aliyah Pana 1 kill.

October 27, 2011 Posted by | volleyball | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

BIIF X-C 2nd place teams, Hilo and Waiakea Top 7 runners readies for States

Bean

Nina

9

Hilo

Breitbarth

Jordyn

10

Hilo

De Bourmont

Shalila

12

Hilo

Garson-Shumway

Carmen

10

Hilo

Lawrence

Karina

12

Hilo

Rapoza

Kaylee

11

Hilo

Ray

Satya

9

Hilo

Halford

Jackson

12

Waiakea

Hayano

Hajime

10

Waiakea

McQuate

Ian

10

Waiakea

Meguro

Robbey

12

Waiakea

Perez

Nathaniel

9

Waiakea

Rice

Keoni

11

Waiakea

Sato

Dyson

10

Waiakea

October 27, 2011 Posted by | High School Runners | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment