HBA begins bowling season with sweep

The Hawaii Baptist boys bowling team picked up where it left off last year, sweeping Hanalani in ILH play on Wednesday night at Hickam Bowling Center.

The Eagles were led by Joshua Joo’s high game of 206 and high series of 560. The series was the highest of all ILH bowlers on Wednesday.

Kamehameha’s Pakela Moriwaki had the high game in the league, rolling a 230 but the Warriors lost 2-1 to Iolani.


Micah Sakata led the Raiders with a 197 game and 501 series.

Here are the results:


VARSITY
Maryknoll 2 vs Assets 1
Saint Louis 0 vs Lanakila 3
Hanalani 0 vs Hawaii Baptist 3
Iolani 2 vs Kamehameha 1
Damien vs University Lab
Punahou 3 vs Saint Francis 0


High Game / High Series
Maryknoll Joseph Paragas 193 / 517
Assets Kalani Akau 224 / 554
St Louis Eric Freitas 162 / Noah Ota 434
Hanalani Grant Misaki 128 / Kaahaaina Rusty 354
Hawaii Baptist Joshua Joo 206 / 560
Iolani Micah Sakata 197 / 501
Kamehameha Pakela Moriwaki 230 / 525
Damien Michael Costa 226 / 525
University Nicholas Lacaden 191 / 533
Punahou Keen Ching 183 / 518
Saint Francis La’akea Phillips 147 / 421

JUNIOR VARSITY
Maryknoll 3 vs Assets 0
Hawaii Baptist Black 3 vs Saint Louis 0
Iolani Red 3 vs Mid Pacific 0
Punahou 3 vs Saint Francis 0
Iolani Black 3 vs Kamehameha 0
Pacific Buddhist 0 vs Hawaii Baptist Gold 3
Damien 3 vs University Lab 0

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