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All BIIF East Division Softball List – Leo Sing Chow coach of the year

All-BIIF East Division softball list

First team

1B: Cassidy Ramos-Fujimoto Sr. Keaau      2B: Jacy Pagala Sr. Keaau

SS: Fantacie Keahilihau-Kuamoo Jr. Hilo     3B: Skyler Agrigado-Togafau Sr. Waiakea

C: Gayla Ha-Cabebe So. Kamehameha   U: Chelsey Pacatang-Hirai Sr. Keaau

OF: Mahina Homalon Sr. Keaau        OF: Sabrina Nakaima Jr. Keaau

OF: Kilohi Kamakea-Wong Fr. Keaau    OF: Tracee Fukunaga Sr. Hilo

P: Chelsea Camello Sr. Waiakea    P: Kiani Wong Sr. Kamehameha

Player of the Year     Skyler Agrigado-Togafau, Waiakea

Coach of the Year          Leo Sing Chow, Hilo

Honorable mention

Hilo: Caitlyn Price, Shyanne Higa-Gonsalves, Aliesa Kaneshiro, Amber Vaughn, Raven Hall.

Kamehameha: Jaylen Shiroma, Lehua McGuire.

Ka‘u: Pilialoha Kailiawa.

Keaau: Shaniya Kamakea-Wong.

Pahoa: Vaaigaomata Wilson.

Waiakea: Anela Granito-Wallace, Alexis Anzai, Ariana Mareko, Ishael Shaw-DeMello, Cheylee Octavio.

Note: Kohala athletic director Laurie Kostik is the BIIF softball coordinator. The All-BIIF teams were selected through balloting of the league’s head coaches at the end of the regular season.

May 24, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Pearl City Sweeps boys and girls team State bowling titles – Final Results from HHSAA

         

 GIRLS TEAM

           
 

SCHOOL

1

2

3

SUB

1

PEARL CITY

732

803

754

2289

2

MARYKNOLL

816

767

834

2417

3

HAWAII BAPTIST

841

845

850

2536

4

CASTLE

738

844

711

2293

5

KAUAI

753

769

713

2235

6

MILILANI

717

734

750

2201

7

BALDWIN

740

729

698

2167

8

HILO

746

832

695

2273

           
           
         

 BOYS TEAM

           
 

SCHOOL

1

2

3

SUB

1

PEARL CITY

981

932

1009

2922

2

MILILANI

975

947

969

2891

3

HAWAII BAPTIST

840

840

823

2503

4

KALANI

854

816

793

2463

5

MARYKNOLL

870

871

892

2633

6

HILO

628

710

782

2120

7

BALDWIN

727

748

843

2318

8

KAUAI

743

753

794

2290

           
           
  2011 BILLY TEES HHSAA BOYS BOWLING – INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS
 

LAST

FIRST

SCHOOL

AVERAGE

 
1 OSHIRO KEVIN PEARLCITY

221

INDV

2 NAAUAO SHELDON PEARLCITY

210

INDV

3 MIYASHIRO WAYNE MILILANI

210

INDV

4 LEE TRAVIS ROOSEVELT

178.22

INDV

5 SHANKS IAN ISLAND PAC

200.19

INDV

6 USHIO TYLER IOLANI

207.19

INDV

7 AZUMI NICHOLAS PEARLCITY

217

INDV

  2011 BILLY TEES HHSAA GIRLS BOWLING – INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS  
 

LAST

FIRST

SCHOOL

AVERAGE

   

1

MARTIN JAYMIE-RAE ISLAND PAC

183.33

INDV

 

2

SAKAGUCHI TAMMI KALAHEO

166

INDV

 

3

HIGA BROOKE BALDWIN

165.22

INDV

 

4

CAMELLO CHELSEA WAIAKEA

171.31

INDV

 

5

SUZUKI SAMANTHA BUDDHIST ACA

176.62

INDV

 

6

LAC AMANDA HAWAII BAP

182

INDV

 

7

LEONG EMERALD MARYKNOLL

182

INDV

 
                     

October 28, 2011 Posted by | bowling | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Softball – Divisions I & II – Scores and Stats

Game 10                       Quarterfinal

CAMPBELL (13-3) 220         004         0 — 8       4              3

KAPOLEI (13-4)    220         011         0 – 6       11           2

Summer Palapti and Kawehi Kahana. Winona Pauline and Briana Tovio-Asato. W – Palapti. L – Pauline.

Leading hitters – Campbell: Sharae Esprecion 2-4, home run, 4 RBIs; Palipti 2-4, double, 2 RBIs. Kapolei: Tovio-Asato 2-3, 2 doubles, 3 RBIs; Pauline 3-4, double; Aimee Aipa 2-3, RBI; Mikela Manewa 2-3, double.

Game 11                Fifth place semifinal

BALDWIN (11-4)  205         04 – 11  15           2

WAIAKEA (12-2)  000         12 – 3     6              4

Kaitlin Watanabe and Sarah Abe, Raena Bulusan (4). Chelsea Camello and Ariana Mareko. W – Watanabe. L – Camello.

Leading hitters – Baldwin: Tayler Shimizu 3-3, double, 2 RBIs; Kylie-Rose Dickson 3-4, 2 RBIs; Kailin Awai 2-4, 2 RBIs; Alysha Sakamura 2-3, RBI; Anela Asuncion 2-3. Waiakea: Mareko 2-3; Skyler Agrigado 1-3, RBI.

Game 14            Semifinal

PAC-FIVE (11-9)   200         000         0 – 2       4              0

WAIPAHU (12-2) 000         000         0 – 0       1              3

Sofia Luczak and Cassie Koja. Tali Viliamu and Angi Sakamoto. W – Luczac. L – Viliamu.

Leading hitters – Pac-Five: Alena Ho‘okano double; Luczak 1-3, RBI. Waipahu: Kylie Nishino 1-2.

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

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.

Game 10                Quarterfinals

MID-PACIFIC (15-4)             054         004 – 13                17           1

BALDWIN (10-4)  000         000 – 1  2              4

Keiki Carlos and Kaydi Kochi. Kaitlyn Watanabe, Alysha Sakamura (3) and Sarah Abe. W – Carlos. L – Watanabe.

Leading hitters – Mid-Pacific: Tasi Docktor 3-4, 2 doubles, 3 RBIs; Carlos 3-5, double, RBI; Kochi 3-5, RBI; Lindsey Matoi 3-5, RBI; Gabi Hollinger 2-2. Baldwin: Kylie-Rose Dickson double.

Game 14                                       Semifinal

WAIMEA (11-4)    000  000  0 – 0        4      3

KAHUKU (16-0)   200  201  X – 5       6      1

Michelle Koerte and Taylor Ephan. Pitisi Tualau and Kasey Capilan. W – Tualau. L – Koerte.

Leading hitters – Waimea: Ephan 2-3; Kahuku: Napua-Ku‘uipo Aumua-Yamamoto home run, 2 RBIs; Tualau 2-3; Kaylynn Latu double.

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