Weather postpones HHSAA Baseball and Softball events on Thursday

Weather postpones HHSAA Baseball and Softball events on Thursday

Weather postpones HHSAA Baseball and Softball events on Thursday

BY HSRN STAFF
PUBLISHED MAY 16, 2024

There are just some things that you can’t control.

Due to inclement weather, the HHSAA has postponed all baseball and softball semifinal games that were scheduled for Thursday, May 16.

All four Wally Yonamine Foundation semifinal games will resume Friday at Les Murakami 10 a.m. with the first Division II matchup between Kamehameha-Hawaii and Kauai resuming their suspended game with the Warriors leading 6-0 in the bottom of the third (tickets from suspended game will be honored during resumed game). Damien vs. Waianae will follow with the Division I semifinals slated for 4 (Saint Louis/Maui) and 7 p.m. (Baldwin/Kamehameha).

Dates and times of championship games are TBD.

In the DataHouse Softball Championships, the HHSAA will try to complete both semifinal and title games on Friday with semifinals for both Division I and Division II being held at Moanalua and Pearl City.

Full softball scheduled is listed below:

DIVISION II
PAC-5 vs. Waimea at Moanalua 10 a.m.
Kapaa vs. Aiea at Pearl City 10 a.m.
Title game at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium 4:30 p.m.

DIVISION I
Baldwin vs. Kamehameha at Moanalua following conclusion of PAC-5/Waimea
Mililani vs. Campbell at Pearl City following conclusion of Kapaa/Aiea
Title game at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium 7 p.m.

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2024 Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Division II baseball schedule, results and gallery

2024 Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Division II baseball schedule, results and gallery

2024 Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Division II baseball schedule, results and gallery

BY HSRN STAFF
PUBLISHED MAY 15, 2024

SEMIFINALS – MAY 16 (at Les Murakami Stadium)

#2 Kauai vs. #3 Kamehameha-Hawaii (10 a.m.)

#1 Waianae vs. Damien (1 p.m.)

* Due to weather conditions rendering one field unplayable, and anticipated adverse weather for the rest of the week, the HHSAA has canceled ALL consolation games

QUARTERFINALS – MAY 15
Waianae defeats Konawaena, 4-0
— Chaseten Rice pitched complete game shutout in birthday win

Kauai defeats Kahuku, 12-1 (five innings)
— Joshua Rego drives in three and strikes out six

Damien defeats Molokai, 18-0 (five innings)
— Nainoa and Kona Begonia combine for eight RBIs

Kamehameha-Hawaii defeats Radford, 7-1
— Shiloh Santos homered and earned the pitching win

 

 

2024 Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Division I baseball schedule, results and gallery

2024 Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Division I baseball schedule, results and gallery

2024 Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA Division I baseball schedule, results and gallery

BY HSRN STAFF
PUBLISHED MAY 15, 2024

QUARTERFINALS – MAY 15
#4 Hilo vs. Baldwin (10:00 a.m.)

#2 Maui vs. Waiakea (1:00 p.m.)

#3 Kailua vs. Saint Louis (4:00 p.m.)

#1 Kamehameha-Kapalama vs. Pearl City (7:00 p.m.)

* Due to weather conditions rendering one field unplayable, and anticipated adverse weather for the rest of the week, the HHSAA has canceled ALL consolation games

OPENING ROUND – MAY 14
Baldwin defeats Moanalua, 5-4
— Douglas Mortensen: pinch-hit sac fly in top of seventh for go-ahead score

Waiakea defeats Iolani, 1-0
— collision in outfield in the bottom of sixth leads to only score

Pearl City defeats Aiea, 3-2 (11 innings)
–Devin Fujino: walk-off RBI, also pitched five innings

Saint Louis defeats Roosevelt, 10-0 (five innings)
–Shannon Fee and Jonah Brub combine for two-hit shutout

 

 

2024 DataHouse/HHSAA Division II softball schedule, results and gallery

2024 DataHouse/HHSAA Division II softball schedule, results and gallery

2024 DataHouse/HHSAA Division II softball schedule, results and gallery

BY HSRN STAFF
PUBLISHED MAY 15, 2024

SEMIFINALS – MAY 16 (at Rainbow Wahine Stadium)
PAC-5 vs. Waimea (10:30 a.m.)

 

Aiea vs. Kapaa/Kohala winner (1 p.m.)

* Due to weather conditions rendering one field unplayable, and anticipated adverse weather for the rest of the week, the HHSAA has canceled ALL consolation games

QUARTERFINALS – MAY 15

 

Aiea defeats Molokai, 21-2 (five innings)
— Sophia Kaneshiro: home run, six RBIs, four runs scored

Waimea defeats Kamehameha-Hawaii, 15-3
— Kaelyn Banquel and Tavina Harris two home runs each

PAC-5 defeats Radford, 7-1
— Miya Yoshioka: complete game win with two runs scored

#1 Kapaa vs. Kohala (suspended, make-up TBD)

OPENING ROUND – MAY 14

 

Kohala defeats Kalaheo, 10-4
— Savannah Kupukaa: 2-run home run

Waimea defeats Kailua, 21-1 (five innings)
— Kaelyn Banquel: 3-run home run, five RBIs

Molokai defeats Konawaena, 16-6 (six innings)

Radford defeats Lanai, 15-1 (five innings)
Kyralee-Marie Cordeiro (W): 7 K’s, 3-for-3, 3 runs

2024 DataHouse/HHSAA Division I softball schedule, results and gallery

2024 DataHouse/HHSAA Division I softball schedule, results and gallery

2024 DataHouse/HHSAA Division I softball schedule, results and gallery

BY HSRN STAFF
PUBLISHED MAY 15, 2024

SEMIFINALS – MAY 16 (ppd till Friday, pending weather)
Kamehameha vs. Baldwin (TBD)

Campbell vs. Mililani or Kalani (TBD)

 

*All four semifinals of the Datahouse/HHSAA State Softball Championship set to be played today at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium have been postponed due to inclement weather, the HHSAA announced via press release today.

QUARTERFINALS – MAY 15
Baldwin defeats Kapolei, 12-11

Campbell defeats Kealakehe, 16-1 (five innings)

Kamehameha defeats Leilehua, 13-3 (five innings)

#1 Mililani vs. Kalani (will resume at Campbell, Thursday 1 p.m.)

OPENING ROUND – MAY 14
Leilehua defeats Waiakea, 14-1 (five innings)
–Trinity Cabana-Rodrigues: 4-for-4, two RBIs, three runs scored, double

Kalani defeats Maui, 19-3 (five innings)
–Haley Ching: 3-for-3, five RBIs, home run, double

Kapolei defeats Waianae, 10-0 (five innings)
River Hawn: 2-for-2, five RBIs, home run

Campbell defeats Maryknoll, 8-6
Sabers rally from 6-1 deficit to stun Spartans
–Two RBIs each by Quinn Waiki, Sophie Alo and Cailey Morris

 

 

Kamehameha takes down Punahou to win sixth state boys volleyball title

Kamehameha takes down Punahou to win sixth state boys volleyball title

Kamehameha takes down Punahou to win sixth state boys volleyball title

BY MICHAEL LASQUERO | HSRN
PUBLISHED MAY 12, 2024

The title returns to the top of the hill.

Kamehameha ended Punahou’s 10-year reign in boys volleyball in a four-set victory Saturday night at the Neal Blaisdell Center in the New City Nissan Division I Boys Volleyball Championships.

Set scores were 25-27, 25-23, 25-17, 25-21 in the Warriors’ first title win since 2011, their sixth overall.

Tournament most outstanding player Kainoa Wade put down 34 kills on 76 swings as he finished the week with a phenomenal .458 hitting percentage.

It was a redeeming win for the Warriors after falling short to the Buffanblu last year in the state final and four times this season.

“We had a meeting a week after the state championship last year and I said, ‘We will be back in this game and we will win this game,’ and that’s what we did tonight,” said Wade.

“It’s unbelievable. I just wanted to bring one back to the school and fight for these players, these coaches — we’ve been through so much. We were knocked down, but we never gave up, that’s the thing. This group never lost confidence and we showed it tonight.”

Conor Williams added 10 kills, Christian Togiai had five and middles Kaupo Hoopai-Waikoloa and Poukihi Awai combined for three kills and three solo blocks and five block assists.