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HHSAA Division I & II Baseball – Box Scores from Day 2

Kailua Surfriders vs #1 Saint Louis (May 5, 2011)

Score by Innings                  R  H  E

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Kailua Surfriders… 000 030 0 –  3  6  4

#1 Saint Louis…… 000 000 2 –  2  8  0

#3 Baldwin vs Mid-Pacific Inst.
Score by Innings                  R  H  E
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#3 Baldwin.......... 000 110 0 -  2  4  1
Mid-Pacific Inst.... 100 000 0 -  1  7  1
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#2 Moanalua vs Hilo Vikings

Score by Innings                  R  H  E
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#2 Moanalua......... 016 050 5 - 17 18  3
Hilo Vikings........ 202 221 0 -  9 12  2
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#4 Waiakea vs Pearl City Chargers

Score by Innings                  R  H  E
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#4 Waiakea.......... 011 000 0 -  2  8  0
Pearl City Chargers. 201 002 X -  5  7  0
 
DII Molokai 14, No. 4 Radford 11 (9 inn.)

Molokai (8-1) 340 310 003 – 14 12 6

Radford (10-4) 311 050 100 – 11 11 6 

No. 2 Kauai 11, Kalaheo 1 (5 inn.)

Kalaheo (9-4)  000 10 – 1 6 0

Kauai (10-4-1) 116 3x – 11 8 1

Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships

Division I   At Les Murakami Stadium

                          123  45      R  H  E

Roosevelt     000  01      1   4  1

KS-Maui      200  0X      2   2  0

May 6, 2011 Posted by | Baseball | , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA baseball honors Wally Yonamine

This year the HHSAA is  honoring Hawaii baseball pioneer and title sponsor Wally Yonamine, who passed away Feb. 28 at the age of 85 after a long battle with cancer.  Please see the attached article written by HHSAA staff member Wes Nakama, which will also appear in the tournament program. 

WHAT: The 53rd Annual Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Baseball State Championships

WHEN:  Division I: May 4 – May 7, 2011     Division II: May 5 – May 7,

WHERE:   Division I: Les Murakami Stadium, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Division II: Hans L’Orange Field, Waipahu, Oahu

 ADMISSION:

                                         Les Murakami Stadium         Hans L’Orange Field

Adult:……………………………… $9.00……………………… $7.00

Senior Citizens (62 and up):…. $5.00……………………… $5.00

Students (K-12):………………… $5.00……………………… $5.00

 TELEVISION:  OC16 will live coverage of the HHSAA baseball Division I first round on Wednesday, May 4 at 4:30 and 7:00 p.m.  The 4:30 p.m. match-up will feature OIA sixth place Roosevelt Rough Riders (9-7) versus the OIA third place Kailua Surfriders (13-1-1).  The 7:00 p.m. night-cap will feature OIA fourth place Mililani Trojans (10-5) versus ILH runner-up Mid-Pacific Owls (14-4).

OC16’s next and final state baseball coverage will be on Saturday, May 7 with the Division II championship game slated for 4:00 p.m., followed by the Division I championship game at 7:00 p.m.  All games will be live from the University of Hawaii Les Murakami Stadium

RADIO COVERAGE:

Starcomm Sports Radio in partnership with ESPN 1420/1500 AM will have coverage of 14 DI and DII baseball games. 

  • May 4: ESPN 1500 will have all four DI first round games live from UH beginning at 12 noon. 
  • May 5: ESPN 1500 will carry all four DII first round games live from Hans L’Orange Field beginning with the 11:00 a.m. game. 
  • May 6: ESPN 1420 will have the 7:00 p.m. DI baseball semifinal game live from UH. 
  • May 7: ESPN 1420 will have live coverage of the DI consolation games at 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., followed by the DII and DI championship games at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m., respectively.

May 4, 2011 Posted by | Baseball | , , , , , | Comments Off on HHSAA baseball honors Wally Yonamine

Kamehameha-Hawaii star, Jayce Carvalho, signs with HPU

Proud Carvalho family, Sandy, Jayce and Dave

Hawaii Pacific Signs Three Ball Players including a BIIF star outfielder

Hawaii Pacific University recently announced the signing of three players for the 2012 season.  The Sea Warriors have inked Jayce Carvalho, Sam Cooke and Tre Halburton-Goes according to the University’s Athletic Department.

During last season’s Big Island Interscholastic Federation Carvalho led Kamehameha School-Keaau to the Division II as an outfielder earning First Team All-League recognition.

Carvalho guided Kamehameha to a state runner up finish and was named to the Hawaii High School Athletic Association All-Tournament Team.

Carvalho with HPU head coach, Garett Yukumoto

Joining Carvalho at HPU next year will be Haliburton-Goes from St. Louis High School.  Last year Haliburton-Goeas helped the Crusaders to the Interscholastic League of Honolulu title championship and a semi final appearance in the HHSAA Division I Tournament.

Halburton-Goeas is expected to pitch for the Sea Warriors.

Joining the Halburton-Goeas and Carvalho will be Sam Cooke from Manchester College in Connecticut.

Cooke is expected to help the HPU pitching core and brings with him some collegiate experience as he made his debut with the University of Rhode Island Rams in 2010, pitching three consecutive scoreless innings against Fordham, Quinnipiac and Massachusetts.

HPU begins it baseball season with an Alumni game on February 5, before opening the regular season with a four-game series against Patton University starting on Friday, Feb. 11.

Last season the Sea Warriors set a new school record by posting a total of 39 wins and advancing to its first ever NCAA Regional.

January 24, 2011 Posted by | Baseball | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments