KAPA’A — Six different teams picked up wins during the first weekend of YMCA
In-Line Hockey recently. Results follow.
The Enforcers were led by Austin Ota and Christopher
Davis with four goals each, Bruce Perdue with three goals, Sierra Mayer with an
assist, and goalie Wren Perdue with 17 saves.
Rory Marsh netted two goals
for the Menehunes and Aaron Swanson added one.
Papaya’s Pythons got three goals each from Treston Rego, Noa Chun and
Shaun Hashi and one goal from Adrian Elizalde Zebulon Leech-Kritchman came
thorough with two assists apiece.
Rory Marsh had a four goals for the Hesse
Carpet Menehunes and Aaron Swanson added a goal and two assists. Hannah Pierce
helped out with an assist.
Joey Kido lit up for three goals to lead the Red Hot
Chili Peppas. Shane Shimanuki, Aaron Fujimoto and Garren Venzon notched two
goals each, while Jason Smith added one. Fujimoto also had an
Travis Taketa recorded the shutout with 32 saves.
Jacob Swearingin and Garren Venzon scored for the Peppas,
while Keala Davis and Matthew Punua scored for the Marlins.
Andy Oda fired home four goals for
the KE Chargers and Jason Wada added two goals, while Travis Shimomura and Nick
Parducci scored one each.
The KE assist leaders were Shimomura with three,
and Wada, Oda, Parducci and John Chun with one each.
Kyle Sung had four
goals to lead the Kapa’a Ice Co. Penguins. Koree Willett, Johnathan Anderson
and Christian Parado all notched single goals.
Willett assisted on three
goals and Anderson assisted on two.
Christian Aki was the winning KE goalie
with 39 saves.
The Penguins went to town with
four goals by Kyle Sung, two each by Johnathan Anderson and Koree Willett, and
one each by Shane Estrella, Rustan Souza and Christian Parado.
the assist parade with four, followed by Willett, Estrella, Leon Alayvilla and
Isaac Swearingin with one each.
Derrick Laguatan sparked the Sleeping
Giants with four goals and an assist. Other contributors on offense were John
Chun with a goal and an assist, Brandon Muraoka and Ian Oyama with a goal each,
David Laguatan with two assists, Vincent Luis with a goal and three assists,
and Tim Chang-Wo and Justin Muraoka with an assist each.
The Kings had many offensive contributors, including Eric
Fujikawa with two goals, Darren Shimanuki with a goal and tow assists, Matthew
Fujikawa with a goal and an assist, Cody Hashimoto with a goal, and Ryan
Shimanuki and Travis Taketa with a goal and an assist each.
notched three goals for the KE Chargers, and Todd Ozaki, Andy Oda and John Chun
scored one each. Oda also had two assists, and Chun had one.