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The Star-Advertiser’s first- and second-team softball All-State choices, as voted on by a panel of coaches statewide, are listed below. The All-State first and second team and honorable mentions, photos and a story can also be found (for subscibers only) at the following link: http://www.staradvertiser.com/sportspremium/20150524__Twice_asnice.html?id=304844781 The All-State softball first and second teams: Player of the […]

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Kaiser’s Seli Aholelei earned the OIA’s player of the year in the East in voting of coaches around the league. Aholelei, who pitches and plays shortstop, led the Cougars into the state tournament where she collected four hits and pitched in both of her team’s games including a complete-game loss in 10 innings to Kamehameha. […]

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Maryknoll pitcher and leadoff batter Shearyna Labasan was named as the player of the year for ILH softball, the league announced recently. The Spartans’ John Uekawa was picked as coach of the year after the team finished as league runner-up and made it to the state Division I semifinals. The ILH first and second-team All-Stars […]

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The DataHouse/HHSAA Softball State Championships Division I and Division II all-tournament teams are listed below. Division I Infielders Sala Pedebone, Kapolei Cydney Curran, Campbell Maya Yoshiura, Mililani Kylie-Ann Bello, Mililani Outfielders Nashlynn Anguay, Campbell Kristen Ishii, Mililani Ashlyn Yagin, Campbell Designated player Sierra Mariano, Campbell Catcher Nohea Hee, Maryknoll Pitchers Kamalani Dung, KS-Kapalama Shearyna Labasan, […]

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Every impressive win was followed by a comment from the coach that they could have done better. Interesting. And effective. Several times during Campbell’s run to the softball state title, coach Michael Hermosura gave some positive postgame comments on his players, but he never overdid it. He always held back a little, and most importantly, […]

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After spending most of the week in the hospital, Ricky Gusman was discharged in time to return to the Nanakuli dugout to watch the Golden Hawks capture a third straight Division II state softball championship on Friday. Gusman said he felt chest pains on Monday morning and went to the hospital later in the day. […]

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Aubree Kim was not nervous. The adrenaline was pumping too much for that, she said. The Mililani pitcher was in a precarious situation, though, in the Division I semifinals of the state tournament at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Holding a 3-2 lead against Maryknoll in the bottom of the seventh, Kim gave up a leadoff […]

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Along with their work behind the plate, the winning catchers in the Division II semifinals of the DataHouse/HHSAA State Softball Championships helped propel their teams to Friday’s title game with their production in the batters box. In Thursday’s first semifinal, Nanakuli sophomore Kaila Burnett went 4-for-5 and drove in four runs in the Golden Hawks’ […]

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Motivated by the absence of head coach Ricky Gusman, Nanakuli continued its quest for a third straight Division II state softball title with a 3-1 win over top-seeded Pac-Five at McKinley on Wednesday. Freshman Cheyenne Lute threw a one-hitter and sophomore Mahina Piilani backed her up with a home run, an RBI single and solid […]

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ILH champion Kamehameha opens play in the DataHouse/HHSAA Softball State Championships against OIA East powerhouse Kaiser in the final game of the day at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. FINAL: Kamehameha 3, Kaiser 2, 10 innings First inning KAIS: The Cougars draw first blood when Seli Aholelei leads off with a single to left and scores […]

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