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Kohala Athletic Awards Announced

Mary Jo Osorio

KOHALA

* Senior Female Athlete of the Year: Brooke Kise.

* Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Kelson Kupukaa.

* Girls Cross Country: Mary Jo Osorio, most valuable player.

* Boys Cross Country: Madrone Goldman, most improved; Domenic Defiesta, most inspirational.

* Girls volleyball: Brooke Kise, MVP; Chyler Imai, most inspirational.

* Boys volleyball: Donald Wong, Jr., MVP; Devin Cadiente, most improved.

* Football: Kelson Kupukaa, MVP; Dakota Tolentino, most improved.

* Girls basketball: Sheana Cazimero, MVP; Tahjra Alcoran, most inspirational.

* Wrestling: Roberto Ventura, MVP; Kennieth Santana, most inspirational.

* Tennis: Andrew Trump, MVP; James Werner, most improved.

* Baseball: Micah Marquez-Ching, MVP; Francisco Tagalicod, most improved.

* Golf: Kelson Kupukaa, MVP; Benjamin Kupukaa, most improved.

* Softball: Tahjra Alcoran, MVP; Tiani Luga, most inspirational.

* Track & Field: Mary Josephine Osorio, MVP; Domenic Defiesta, most inspirational.

May 24, 2011 Posted by | Events | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Division II Softball Results from Day 2

DataHouse/HHSAA Softball State Championships       Division II

At Central Oahu Regional Park

 Consolation

Molokai 7, Kohala 1

The Farmers scored all seven runs in the third inning on seven hits in a victory over the Cowgirls.

Molokai’s Jasmine Borden pitched a six-hitter with seven strikeouts, and Tyra Reyes-Garces batted 2-for-3 with two RBIs.

Molokai (9-1) 007 000 0 – 7 8 0

Kohala (11-5)  000 001 0 – 1 6 3

Jasmine Borden and Larriley Rawlins. Chyler Imai and Hauoli Sproat. W-Borden. L-Imai.

Leading –Molo: Tyra Reyes-Garces 2-3, 2 RBIs. Koh: Jordelle Antonio 2B; Brooke Kise 2-3.

No. 3 seed Kahuku 5, Waialua 1
Pitisi Tualau pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts and drove in three runs as the Red Raiders beat the Bullodgs.
The only hit Tualua allowed was an infield single in the sixth. The Waialua player eventually scored on an error.
In Kahuku’s four-run fifth, Tualau had a two-run single, and Napua-Kuuipo Aumua-Yamamoto and Kylee-Marie Dicion-Leong each contributed run-scoring singles.
Tualau drew a bases-loaded walk in the sixth.

Waialua (10-6) 000 001 0 – 1 1  4
Kahuku (15-0) 000 041 x – 5 7 2
Karina Bayudan, Chelsey Souza (6) and Alyssiah Hernandez; Pitisi Tualau and Kasey Capillan. W-Tualau. L-Bayudan.
Leading hitters–Waial: none. Kah: Napua-Kuuipo Aumua-Yamamoto 2-3; Henano Uli 2-4; Tualau 2-3, 3 RBIs; Kylee-Marie Dicion-Leong 2-3.

No. 1 seed Pac-Five 10, Kalaheo 2

Sofia Luczak pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts, and Alena Ho‘okano and Kamalei Ah New both drove in three runs as the Wolfpack beat the Mustangs.

Luczak retired 15 of the first 16 Kalaheo batters.

Ho‘okano finished 2-for-3 with a homer, and Ah New batted 3-for-3 with a double for Pac-Five.

Kalaheo (11-6) 000 002 0 – 2 4 3

Pac-Five (9-9) 113 122 x – 10 12 1

Sarah Fitzherbert and Tiffany Harada; Sofia Luczak and Cassie Koja. W-Luczak. L-Fitzherbert.

Leading hitters–Kalh: Shanez Lolo 2-3. P5: Quirena Natividad 3-4, 2B, 2 runs; Alena Ho‘okano 2-3, HR, 3 RBIs; Kamalei Ah New 3-3, 2B, 3 RBIs; Luczak 2B, 2 runs; Anuhea Memea 2-3.

 

Waipahu 11, No. 4 seed Konawaena 0 (5 inn.)

Tali Viliamu pitched a five-inning no-hitter with 10 strikeouts and the Marauders routed the Wildcats.

Viliamu, a sophomore right-hander, walked two with two other batters reaching on errors. No ball reached the outfield.

Tammy Viliamu, Anji Sakamoto, Kylie Nishino, Annjhanee Miranda and Bre Dikito each scored twice for Waipahu. Harlee Aquino drove in two runs.

aipahu will play the winner of Pac-Five/Kalaheo in the semifinals today at 1 p.m. at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.

Konawaena will play the loser of Pac-Five/Kalaheo in a consolation game today at 5 p.m. at CORP. The winner of that game will play again at 7 p.m. for fifth place.

Konawaena (7-10) 000 00 – 0 0 3

Waipahu (13-2)  145 1x – 11 6 2

Staysha Galigo, Alexis Fujikawa (4) and Tanalei Louis; Tali Viliamu and Angi Sakamoto. W-Tali Viliamu. L-Galigo.

Leading hitters–Kona: none. Kona: Sakamoto 3B, 2 runs; Harlee Aquino 2 RBIs; Tammy Viliamu 3-3, 2 runs; Kylie Nishino 2 runs; Annjhanee Miranda 2 runs; Bre Dikito 2 runs.

No. 2 Waimea 20, St. Francis 12Waimea (11-3)    203 430 8 – 20 16 6St. Francis (7-14)  200 0(10)0 0 – 12 13 5

Michelle Koerte and Taylor Ephan. Tiffany Trantham, Brooke Langsi (4), Trantham (7) and Kelsie Hee. W-Koerte. L-Langsi.

Leading hitters–Waim: Ephan 4-5, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs; Davelynn Tafiti 2-4, 2 2Bs, 2 RBIs; Alyssa Jardin 3-4, 3B, HR, 5 RBIs; Krysta Kali 3-4, 2B, 3 RBIs; Sienna Santiago 2-2, 3B. StF: Hee 2-3, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs; Nalani Antonio 2-4, 2B; Ashley Kahapea-Wagner 2-3, 2B; Rachel Carlos 2-4, 2B, 3 RBIs; Kelcee Santos 2-5, 2 RBIs.

Waimea 20, St. Francis 12 (final) 

 Honoka‘a 15, Hana 2 (5 inn.)

May 5, 2011 Posted by | softball | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment