HGEA update

LIHU`E—Kaua`i Fire Department, Hana Hou, and Custom Limo were the latest

winners in the HGEA softball games played on July 18.

Kaua`i Fire

Department 3, Public Works 0

Alan Saiki’s sacrifice fly to leftfield drove

in the winning run for the Kaua`i Fire Department who picked up their win

behind the pitching of Gregg Morishige who allowed 5 hits, one walk, and struck

out one.

Peter Ishibashi suffered the loss for Public Works, walking three

firemen, and striking out none.

John Blaylock came up with a single and a

double to lead the fire department’s hitting with Jason Pablo adding a pair of

singles behind the plate.

Hana Hou 4, Na Kolohe 2

Hana Hou came up with

14 hits in their 4-2 win over Na Kolohe who picked up 5 hits to drive their 2

runs across the plate.

Don Ouderkirk went the distance for Hana Hou in the

win, allowing five hits, walking none, and striking out none while Norman Holt,

Jr. suffered the loss, allowing 14 hits, and walking one.

John Ruiz’s RBI

nailed down the victory for Hana Hou with Ouderkirk adding to the hitting with

a single and a double. Paris Resinto stuck a pair of singles and a double for

Hana Hou.

Hoku Cup Choy led Na Kolohe’s hitting with an RBI

single.

Custom Limo 6, Nogi’s 2

Custom Limo came up with 14 hits in

their 6-2 win over Nogi’s who slugged out 11 hits in the loss.

Blackie

Viquelia came up with the win for Custom Limo, allowing 11 hits and striking

out one while Kyle Nakagawa suffered the loss on 14 hits, and walking

two.

Steven Kaui, ending the day with a 2-RBI single picked up the win

behind the plate with Wesley Kaui adding a pair of singles, along with Steven

Carvalho. Ron Dela Cruz paired singles and added a double in the

outing.

Bryce Nakamura, Jerry Refamonte, and Marvin Mikasa all paired

singles for Nogi’s.

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