Oahu squads thrive at Baldwin tourney

Saint Louis 13, Maui High 4

The Crusaders erased a 4-3 deficit thanks in part to a seven-run fifth inning and elevated starting pitcher Pono Anderson from would-be loser to winning hurler.

Matt Ornelles doubled and drove in two runs, while Ryder Kuhns and Taylor Meilleur collected two hits apiece.


Micah Jio went three-for-four with two runs scored and Kingsley Ballao drove in two runs to lead the Saber offense. Treston Carter surrendered five runs and took the loss for Maui.

 

Baldwin 3, Maryknoll 0

Linden Kanamu tossed a four-hit shutout and struck out three to pace the Bears.

Skyler Ishikawa and Michael Hooper each collected two hits and helped saddle Spartans starter Josh Muneno with the complete-game loss.

 

Campbell 2, Hilo 1

Zachary Kapihe scattered two hits over seven innings as the Sabers starting pitcher and also notched two hits at the plate as Campbell rallied for a walk-off win in eight innings.

Micah Bello collected two doubles and was responsible for two of the Vikings’ three hits on the day.


 

Kaiser 9, Kamehameha-Maui 0

Cougars starter Noah Sakatani scattered two hits over six scoreless innings and struck out four en route to earning the victory.

Shawn Miyashiro collected three hits, doubled and drove in two to lead Kaiser, while teammates Luis Omphroy and Casey Takei notched two hits apiece.

 

Waianae 7, King Kekaulike 3

Nate Steadman drove in two runs, while Ryder Souza and Ryley Widell racked up three hits apiece to lead the Seariders at the dish.

Tavita Lalau posted three hits including two doubles to lead King Kekaulike.


 

 

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