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First two games of the HHSAA girls softball championship from Rainbow Wahine Stadium

The first two games of the DataHouse/Hawai’i High School Athletic Association Division I State Championships at Rainbow Wahine Stadium.

 

The Kamehameha-Moanalua game was shortened to five innings due to the 10-run rule.

DIVISION I

GAME 1    Wai’anae 13, Baldwin 7

 WAI‘ANAE (11-6)            310            503            1 – 13            14            1

BALDWIN (11-5)            102            040            0 – 7            10            4

 Pililani Keopuhiwa, Shanti Apana-Burt (5), Raelene Diorec (5) and Krish Keomalu. Alyssa Ariyoshi, Alysha Sakamura (5) and Sarah Abe. W – Keopuhiwa. L – Ariyoshi.

 Leading hitters – Wai‘anae: Dessirrei Sivia 3-5, double, home run, 5 RBIs; Sanoe Hamilton 3-4, 2 RBIs; Tiani Hensley 2-4, home run; Keopuhiwa 2-4, double, RBI; Leanna Meyer 2 RBIs; Aukai Hauhio 2-4. Baldwin: Kylie Rose Dickson 3-4, home run, 2 RBIs; Kawena Cabrera 2-4, double, 3 RBIs; Skylynne Ellazar 2-3.

 

GAME 2    Kamehameha 12, Moanalua 1, 5 innings

MOANALUA (12-6)            000            10 – 1            3            4

KAMEHAMEHA (14-3)            251            4X – 12            12            0

Leisha Yamauchi, Kellye Springstead (4) and Chrissi Omalza. Fahren Glackin and Rachel Ogasawara. W – Glackin. L – Yamauchi.

 Leading hitters – Moanalua: Jadeen Sakauye 1-1; Alysia Madison 1-1; Omalza 1-2. Kamehameha: Glackin 4-4, double, triple, 2 RBIs; Reyba Michelle Ae 2-2, home run, 4 RBIs; Christine Hipa  2-3, home run, 2 RBIs; Kaya Naiwi 2 RBIs.

 

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HHSAA girls golf finals – Kacie Komoto wins indivual title, Iolani team title

David S. Ishii Foundation Girls Golf State Championship

Presented by the Hawaii High School Athletic Association

Wailua Golf Couse, Kauai                                                Day 2 – Final Results

 

Punahou’s Komoto and ‘Iolani team crowned state champs

 Punahou junior Kacie Komoto shoots a 2-under-par 71 to edge Iolani freshman Rose Huang on the final day of the 2012 David S. Ishii Foundation Girls Golf State Championships at Wailua Golf Course on Kauai.  Komoto ended the two-day tournament with a total score of 145, finishing ahead of Huang by a mere stroke.  Defending champion Emi Koga of Moanalua finished in third, four strokes behind the champion with a score of 149.

In team competition Iolani managed hold on to yesterday’s 7-stroke lead, by shooting even with runner-up Punahou in the second round of competition.  Iolani finishes with a 36-hole grand total of 454, followed by Punahou School (461) and Waiakea (462).

 Next week, the boys take the course for the state championship, May 8-9, also at Wailua Golf Course on Kauai.

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HHSAA girls softball – participating teams for 2012

Participating teams:

DIVISION I

OIA  1.       Campbell (11-5)2.       Kapolei (12-3)

           3.       Waianae (10-6) 4.       Kailua (11-5)

     5.       Mililani (11-3)    6.       *Moanalua (12-5)

 

ILH    1.       Mid-Pacific (14-2) 2.       Kamehameha (13-3)

                                3.       Punahou (14-4)

 

BIIF  1.       Hilo (13-4)

MIL  1.       Lahainaluna (13-1)   2.       Baldwin (11-4)

 

*OIA #6 Moanalua def. BIIF #2 Keaau, 13-0, in a play-in game for final DI berth.

 

DIVISION II

OIA:   1.       Nanakuli (9-5)    2.       Kalaheo (10-4)

             3.       Waipahu (11-1)   4.       Waialua (9-4)

ILH:      1.       St. Francis (7-9)

BIIF        1.       Kamehameha (8-9)

          2.       Kohala (10-4)           3.       Honokaa (8-7)

MIL         1.       Lanai (8-3)                  2.       Hana (8-3)

KIF          1.       Waimea (12-0)             2.       Kauai (6-6)

 

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HHSAA Boys Volleyball – participating teams

WHAT:                The 43rd                           Annual New City Nissan Boys Volleyball State

Championships                               WHEN:               Wednesday, May 2 – Saturday, May 5, 2012

WHERE:        McKinley High (DI), Farrington High (DI), Kaimuki High      (DII), Kalani High (DII) and Neal Blaisdell Arena (DI/DII)    

 

                         PARTICIPATING TEAMS

 

Division I

Oahu Interscholastic Association

1. Moanalua Na Menehune (15-0)    2. Kalaheo Mustangs (13-3)

3. Waipahu Marauders (12-3)          4. Kaiser Cougars (10-6)

5. Pearl City Chargers (11-4)           6. Leilehua Mules (10-4)

Interscholastic League of Honolulu

1. Punahou Buffanblu (15-0)       3. Kamehameha-Kapalama Warriors (12-3)

Big Island Interscholastic Federation

1. Kamehameha-Hawaii Warriors (16-0)    2. Waiakea Warriors (13-3)

Maui Interscholastic League

1. King Kekaulike Na Alii (13-0)               2. Baldwin Bears (9-4)

Division II

Oahu Interscholastic Association

1. McKinley Tigers (11-3)

2. Kahuku Red Raiders (6-10)

Interscholastic League of Honolulu

  1. Hawaii Baptist Eagles (10-0)
  2.  

Big Island Interscholastic Federation

1. Hawaii Prep Ka Makani (11-6)

2. Kohala Cowboys (12-5)        3. Pahoa Daggers (9-9)

Maui Interscholastic League

  1. Seabury Hall Spartans (11-2)
  2.  

Kauai Interscholastic Federation

1. Waimea Menehunes (12-1)

 

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HHSAA Girls Water Polo participating teams

Stanford Carr Development Girls Water Polo State Championship

Presented by the Hawaii High School Athletic Association

Wednesday, May 2 – Saturday, May 5, 2012

Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex, University of Hawaii at Manoa

                                      Participating teams:

OIA

1.       Kahuku (14-0           2.       Kapolei (12-2)

3.       Roosevelt (10-4)      4.       Mililani (10-4)

5.       Kaiser (9-5)              6.       Leilehua (7-7)

ILH

1.       Punahou (6-0)          2.       Kamehameha (3-5)

BIIF

1.       Kamehameha (12-0)              2.       Waiakea (9-3)

MIL

1.       Baldwin (10-0)                       2.       Kamehameha (6-5)

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