Honor Roll 3/26

honor-rollThis is the extended list. It also includes two omissions that were missed for the print edition of Mar. 26. They are Punahou’s Jacie Young (softball) and ‘Iolani’s Spencer Oda (baseball).

Athletes of the Week
Sanoe Nakoa, Baldwin softball: She fired a three-hitter and batted 3-for-4 against KS-Maui, then hurled a three-hit shutout against then-unbeaten, third-ranked Lahainaluna in a 1-0 Bears’ win. Nakoa struck out five and walked none against the Lunas and outdueled Hope Morikawa, who also tossed a three-hitter.

Michael Fisher, Hawaii Baptist volleyball: The 6-foot-4 senior crushed 26 kills in a semifinal win over Van Nuys (Calif.) and tallied 19 in a loss to Punahou in the final of the Hawaii Invitational.

>> Noah Apolo, Baldwin: the junior returned from an elbow injury to pitch a five-inning no-hitter in the Bears’ 11-1 win over Lahainaluna. The left-hander struck out seven and walked three
>> Patrick Burrows, Baldwin: 4-for-4, run against Lahainaluna
>> Daniel Fentriss, Mid-Pacific: pitched nearly 6 innings, allowing only an unearned run and three hits, fanning six without a walk, and hit 2-for-3 with an RBI against ‘Iolani
>> Caleb Freitas-Fields, Waiakea: the freshman hurled a two-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks in a 3-1 win over Keaau
>> Graysen Fuentes, Waipahu: 3-for-4, double, 2 RBIs against Leilehua
>> Cyrus Inglis, Hawaii Prep: fired a 3-hit shutout with five strikeouts and no walks, and hit a triple in a win over Kealakehe. He lowered his ERA to 0.47
>> Tyler Meditz, Kamehameha: 3-for-4, double, 3 RBIs, run against Saint Louis
>> Nohi Meyer, Molokai: pitched a 1-hitter and fanned 10 against St. Anthony
>> Aaron Nishiura, Waiakea: 3-for-3 against Keaau
>> Joshua Nobriga, Baldwin: fanned nine in a two-hit shutout of Lahainaluna
>> Spencer Oda, ‘Iolani: 3-for-3, double, 4 runs against West Pac. >> Justin Padilla, Waipahu: 3-for-3, 4 RBIs against Leilehua
>> Kainalu Pitoy, Roosevelt: 3-for-5, triple, 3 RBIs against Kalaheo
>> Jaraad Salas, Moanalua: 3-for-4, 3 RBIs and pitched 6 innings for a win over Kalani
>> Jake Torigoe, Kaiser: 3-for-3 with a triple, double, RBI against Kailua
>> Brayden Yabuki, Pac-Five: 3-for-4, double, 2 RBIs against Maryknoll in a 2-1 win
>> Jordan Yamamoto, Saint Louis: fired a 3-hitter to beat Punahou
>> Kristian Yap, Moanalua: 3-for-4, double, 2 runs, RBI against Kalani

>> Kaili Agabin, Waialua: 4-for-4 with a double, 2 RBIs, 2 runs against Kaiser
>> Joen Baker, Mililani: 3-for-4, 3 RBIs against Waipahu
>> Cheyanne Dochwat, Radford: pitched a five-inning no-hitter against Kalani
>> Kamalani Dung, Kamehameha: hurled a 1-hit, 5-inning shutout with 5 strikeouts and 3 walks against ‘Iolani
>> Lindsey Farley, Kailua: 4-for-4, triple, 3 runs against Kalaheo
>> Bailey Gongob, Kaiser: 3-for-4, triple, 2 RBIs against Waialua
>> Kristin Frost, Pearl City: fired a 2-hit, 8-inning shutout against Leilehua
>> Teah Kauhi, Kailua: pitched a 4-hit, 6-inning shutout against Kalaheo
>> Chyanne Koko, Nanakuli: struck out 13 in a 1-hit shutout of McKinley, and also batted 2-for-3 with a double
>> Ryan Manning, Kohala: 4-for-4, double, 4 RBIs against KS-Hawaii
>> Rainelle Matsuoka, Kaiser: 3-for-4 with 2 triples, 2 RBIs and a run against Waialua
>> Kacee Navarro, Kapolei: struck out eight and went the distance on the mound, also hitting 2-for-3 against Waianae
>> Ateisha Norton, Kamehameha: 4-for-4 with a homer, double, 3 RBIs and two runs against ‘Iolani
>> Kayla Requelman, Honokaa: the sophomore catcher drove in 6 runs with 3 hits, including a homer and triple, against Waiakea
>> Deannalynn Tafiti, Waimea: racked up 2 wins in 10 innings, allowing 3 runs in a doubleheader sweep of Kapaa
>> Maho Wada, Roosevelt: 3-for-4, 2 doubles against Kahuku
>> Lohi Kamakea-Wong, Keaau: whiffed 12 batters en route to a complete-game win and socked a bases-loaded triple against Pahoa
>> Leisha Yamauchi, Moanalua: tossed a three-hitter and was 2-for-3 against Roosevelt
>> Jaci Young, Punahou: The senior crafted a no-hitter in a 1-0 win over Mid-Pacific on Saturday. She struck out four and walked two as the Buffanblu improved to 7-2. She has started all nine ILH games on the mound.

Track and Field
>> Diamond Briscoe, Pearl City: won the 400- (56.75) and 200-meter (25.73) runs at the Ruby Tuesday Invitational

>> Sam Orcutt, Kalaheo: 11 kills against McKinley
>> Larry Tuileta, Punahou: 23 kills against Hawaii Baptist in the final of the Hawaii Invitational
>> Brandon Walker, McKinley: 11 kills against Kalaheo

Water Polo
>> Jenna Forti, Punahou II: seven goals against Pac-Five
>> Chanel Long, Mililani: four goals against Farrington
>> Shelby Park, Mililani: four goals against Farrington
>> Anna Pirl, Pac-Five: five goals against Punahou II
>> MacKenzie Sawyer, Castle: seven goals against Campbell


  1. Darcie Fraga April 9, 2013 6:29 am

    I would like to nominate Logan Ne for the Honor Roll Athlete of the Week for Track and Field. Results from the ILH JV/Varsity meet at Punahou, Logan ran a 49.08 (PR), best in the state in the 400M and a member of National Elite’s Top 100 400M runners. He is also a member of Kamehameha’s 4 x 100M Relay team and becoming a contender for the top spot in the 200M with a 22.25. Please check out his bio at the link below and consider him for this week’s Athlete of the Week.

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