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HHSAA Hall of Honor selects 12 athletes in 2012 class

The Hawai’i High School Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2012 Class of Inductees into the HHSAA Hall of Honor:

• Dawnyelle Awa, Konawaena (basketball, volleyball)

• Shane Brostek, Hawai’i Prep (football, track and field)

• DeForest Buckner, Punahou (football, basketball)

• Keiki Carlos, Mid-Pacific (softball)

• Lorens Chan, ‘Iolani (golf)

• Mindy Chow, Punahou (judo, wrestling)

• Kristine Felix, Baldwin (track and field, tennis)

• Benny Fonua, Kahuku (football, basketball)

Lia Galdeira

• Lia Galdeira, Konawaena (basketball, track and field)

• Misty Ma’a, Kamehameha (volleyball)

• Mysha Sataraka, Punahou (softball, basketball)

• Pasoni Tasini, Baldwin (football, basketball, track and field, volleyball) 

These 12 outstanding senior student-athletes were selected by a 16-person committee of current and former sports reporters, athletic directors and coaches from around the state after two days of meetings. The criteria is based mainly on athletic achievement but character, sportsmanship, academic record and community service also are taken into consideration.

Each inductee also will receive a $2,000 scholarship courtesy of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

The student-athletes will be formally inducted at an HHSAA Awards Banquet at 5 p.m. June 3 at the Sheraton Waikiki. For ticket information, please call 587-4495.

The HHSAA Hall of Honor, formerly known as the Nissan Hall of Honor, has been recognizing the top 12 Hawai’i senior student-athletes each year since 1983.

May 22, 2012 Posted by | Events | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Division I Softball All-Tournament Team

DIVISION I ALL-TOURNAMENT

 INF – Lindsey Matoi, Mid-Pacific     INF – Mysha Sataraka, Punahou

INF – Tasi Docktor, Mid-Pacific               INF – Reina Furuya, Punahou

INF – Mikela Manewa, Kapolei                   OF – Daylene Antonio, Campbell

OF – Jessica Arata, Campbell                     OF – Stacie Al Mahoe, Kapolei

C – Nicole Lopez, Mid-Pacific                             P – Keiki Carlos, Mid-Pacific

P – Winona Pauline, Kapolei                               U – Fahren Glackin, Kamehameha

U – Kacye Konohia, Campbell                      Most Outstanding Player – Keiki Carlos, Mid-Pacific

 

May 6, 2012 Posted by | softball | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Softball D I & II All-Tournament Team Selections

Division I All-Tournament Team

(selected by HHSAA staff and media)                  1B – Tori Hamura, Mid-Pacific

2B – Kacy Aoki, Mid-Pacific              3B – Tasi Docktor, Mid-Pacific       SS – Brittany Hawn, Castle

OF – Collette Black, Campbell             OF – Krystin Kubo, Leilehua         OF – Kamaka Silva, Castle

C – Kaydi Kochi, Mid-Pacific          P – Keiki Carlos, Mid-Pacific    P – Leisha Li‘ilii, Castle

Util – Sharae Esprecion, Campbell                        Most Valuable Player: Keiki Carlos, Mid-Pacific

Division II All-Tournament Team                 (selected by HHSAA staff)        1B – Aja Keys, Pac-Five

2B – Napua Ku‘uipo Aumua-Yamamoto, Kahuku               3B – Alena Ho‘okano, Pac-Five

SS – Quirena Natividad, Pac-Five           OF – Jacielyn Huddy-Mendoza, Honoka‘a

OF – Anu Memea, Pac-Five                    OF – Kylie Nishino, Waipahu

C – Taylor Ephan, Waimea                     P – Sofia Luczac, Pac-Five                      P – Pitisi Tualau, Kahuku

P – Tali Viliamu, Waipahu                    DP – Alyssa Jardin, Waimea                    Util – Kelsie Hee, St. Francis

Util – Hailey Paglinawan, Honoka‘a                          Most Valuable Player: Sofia Luczac, Pac-Five

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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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