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HHSAA Girls Softball – results and stats from May 2, 2012

DIV II   @ CORP    5-2-12

KOHALA:     0    0    0    0   0                   0       1      3

WAIPAHU:   7    4    0    0   0                  11     11      0

WAIPAHU PITCHER:  Tristan-Marie Souza-Aikala               WAIPAHU PITCHER:  Shandell Palencia

 WINNING PITCHER:  Tristan-Marie Souza-Aikala    LOSING PITCHER:    Chyler Imai

KOHALA LEADING HITTERS:  Tomiko Coito: 1-2

WAIPAHU LEADING HITTERS:   Tammy Viliamu: 2 runs, Tali Viliamu: 2 runs, Shevan DeFreitas: 3-3, 2 runs, 3 rbi, Kylie Nishino: 2-3, 2 runs, 3 rbi, Irene Kuikahi: 2-2, 2 rbi

ONE HITTER BY WAIPAHU PITCHER: TRISTAN-MARIE SOUZA-AIKALA

DIV II     5-2-12

HONOKA’A:   3      0      0      1      0      0     0               4         6          3

KALAHEO:    7      3      0      0      2      0                     12       13         1

HONOKA’A PITCHER:  Kayla Kalauli, Haley Paglinawan (6) HONOKA’A CATCHER:  Kayla Raquelman

 KALAHEO PITCHER:  Mahina Turner, Sarah Fitzherbert-Velasco (5)

KALAHEO CATCHER:  Janica Dement

WINNING PITCHER:  Mahina Turner LOSING PITCHER:    Kayla Kalauli 

HONOKA’A LEADING HITTERS:  Allie Shirai: 2-4, double, Kawehi Bell-Ka’aekuahiwi: 2-3, double, Kayla Raquelman: Homerun, 3 rbi

KALAHEO LEADING HITTERS:  Sarah Fitzherbert-Velasco: 2 runs, Tuiai Elisara: 2-4, 2 runs, Mahina Turner: 2-4, double, 2 runs, Tiana Cocker: 3-4, 2 rbi, Venise Elisara: 2 runs

GAME 4       Punahou 9, Mililani 2

PUNAHOU (15-4)            300            010            5 – 9            6            0

MILILANI (11-4)            000            002            0 – 2            4            1

 Jaci Young and Kylie Popovich. Alysia Maddison and Ariel Beaudoin.  W – Young. L – Maddison.

May 3, 2012 Posted by | softball | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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.

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HHSAA Division II Softball results after day 1

Games at Central Oahu Regional Park

St. Francis 10, Honokaa 6

Brooke Langsi pitched 5 2/3  innings of scoreless relief and Nalani Antonio hit a go-ahead RBI single in the fifth as the Saints rallied to beat the Dragons in a first-round game.

Langsi, a junior left-hander, entered with one out in the second and Honokaa leading 6-3. She allowed one hit, walked three and struck out two. At one point, Langsi retired 11 in a row.

Antonio’s hit to left in the fifth scored Shailah Fernandez, which made it 7-6 St. Francis. Ashley Kahapea Wagner followed with a two-run single to right. The Saints made it 10-6 in the sixth on Fernandez’s RBI double to right.

St. Francis will play No. 2 seed Waimea tonight at 7.

Honokaa scored five runs in the top of the first on three hits and three errors. Kawehi Bell-Ka‘aehuahiwa had a sacrifice fly and Hailey Paglinawan had a run-scoring single in the inning.

St. Francis scored three in the bottom of the first with all the runs scoring on errors. After the Dragons scored one in the second to make it 6-3, the Saints scored two in the second and one in the third to tie it.

Honokaa will play the loser of Hana-Waialua today at 5 p.m.   Honokaa (8-8)   510 000 0 – 6 4 4

St. Francis (7-13)   321 031 x – 10 13 5

Chelsea Requelman and Huali Alpiche; Tiffany Trantham, Brooke Langsi (2) and Ashley Kahapea Wagner. W-Langsi . L-Requelman.

Leading hitters-Hono: Jacielyn Huddy-Mendoza 2B; Hailey Paglinawan 2-3. StF: Kelcee Santos 3B, 3 runs; Nalani Antonio 2-4, 2 RBIs; Wagner 2 RBIs; Rachel Carlos 2-4, 2B; Kelsie Hee 2 runs; Britney Paranada 2-3; Shailah Fernandez 3-4, 2B, 2 runs. 

Waipahu 15, Kohala 0 (5 inn.)

Annjhanee Miranda scattered seven hits in a complete-game performance and the Marauders pounded out 13 hits in a five-inning victory over the Cowgirls.

Harlee Aquino drove in three runs, and Angi Sakamoto and Tammy Viliamu both scored three times for Waipahu, which scored eight runs in the fifth.

Waipahu will play No. 4 seed Konawaena today at 5 p.m.  Kohala will play the loser of Molokai-Kalaheo today at 5 p.m.

Waipahu (12-2) 050 28 – 15 13 2

Kohala (11-4)    000 00 – 0 7 5

Annjhanee Miranda and Angi Sakamoto. Chyler Imai and Tahjra Alcoran. W-Miranda. L-Imai.

Leading hitters-Waip: Sakamoto 3-4, 3B, 3 runs; Harlee Aquino 2-2, 3 RBIs; Tammy Viliamu 3-4, 2 2Bs, 3 runs; Chelsea Sanchez-Columbini 2-3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs. Koh: none.

Kalaheo 10, Molokai 7Shanez Lono batted 2-for-4 with three runs scored, and Teone Faley-Mahoe and Shauna Perry both scored twice as the Mustangs held off the Farmers.Kalaheo will play No. 1 seed Pac-Five tonight at 7.

The Farmers scored three times in the top of the seventh and had the tying run at the plate with two outs, but Kalaheo’s Sarah Fitzherbert got a called third strike to end it.

Molokai (8-1)   000 004 3 – 7 8 7

Kalaheo (11-5)  113 014 x – 10 6 3

Jasmine Borden and Larriley Rawlins. Sarah Fitzherbert and Tiffany Harada. W-Fitzherbert. L-Borden.

Leading hitters-Mol: Natalia Levi 3-4; Tyra Reyes-Garces 2B; Amanda Venegas Malaiwi 2 runs; Myla Maliu-Calairo 2 runs. Kalh: Shanez Lono 2-4, 3 runs; Teone Farley-Mahoe 2 runs; Shauna Perry 2 runs.

Waialua 7, Hana 1

Karina Bayudan pitched a six-hitter, and Charee Wong and Alyssiah Hernandez both batted 3-for-3 as the Bulldogs beat the Dragons.

Bayudan walked one and struck out five. The run she allowed in the sixth was unearned.

Waialua will play No. 3 seed Kahuku tonight at 7.

Wong had a double and scored three times, while Hernandez had a triple and drove in three.

 Hana  (6-3)      000 001 0 – 1 6  1            Waialua (10-5) 102 040 x – 7 10 3

Jy-Len Ho‘opai and Shalen Brae Ho‘opai; Karina Bayudan and Alyssiah Hernandez. W- Bayudan. L- Jy-Len Ho‘opai.   Leading hitters-Hana: Jy-Len Ho‘opai 2-3, 2B; Makamae Smith 2B; Jasmine Oda 2-3; Waialua: Althia Dicion 2B; Charee Wong 3-3, 2B, 3 runs, 2 RBIs; Hernandez 3-3, 3B, 3 RBIs; Chelsey Souza 2B.

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