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Kaua`i Fire Department takes first round of HGEA softball

LIHU`E—Na Kolohe bettered Nogi’s 10-2, Kathleen’s Glass was a point better

than Custom Limo 5-4, and the Kaua`i Fire Department downed Hana Hou 4-2 to

clinch the first round championship in the latest HGEA games played on August

1.

Na Kolohe 10, Nogi’s 2

Kani Curnan had 2 RBI on a single and a

double to lead Na Kolohe to their 13-hit victory over Nogi’s who was held to

just four hits by pitcher Norman Holt, Jr. who allowed just two walks in the

win.

Other big bats for Na Kolohe had Scott Kouchi pairing singles with an

RBI, Nolt, Jr. banging into a double and a triple with an RBI, and Mike Soong

pairing singles with an RBI.

Russell Nakata paired singles for

Nogi’s.

Kyle Nakagawa suffered the loss allowing 13 hits with a

walk.

Kathleen Glass 5, Custom Limo 4

Davis Oshiro scored the winning

run in the bottom of the eighth inning tie-breaker for Kathleen Glass who

managed to outhit Custom Limo 15-8 in their 5-4 win.

John Shishido was the

big bat with three singles with an RBI for Kathleen Glass followed by David

Carveiro, Sam Sheldon, and Oshiro pairing singles. Wendall Nonaka whacked into

a double, and Galen Shigeta tripled in the outing.

Derek Rapozo had a 2-RBI

single to lead Custom Limo with Destry Carvalho pairing singles.

Eric

Sakazaki and Shigeta combined in the win with Sakazaki picking up the nod on 7

hits with 4 walks. Shigeta allowed just a hit.

Lambert Alapai suffered the

loss for Custom Limo.

Kaua`i Fire Dept. 4, Hana Hou 2

Mike Scovel’s

sacrifice fly to score Clinton Fujii pushed the Kaua`i Fire Department to their

4-2 win over Hana Hou, earning the firemen the first round title.

David

Bukoski had a 2-RBI single for the Kaua`i Fire Department.

Don Ouderkirk

paced Hana Hou with an RBI double with Randy Riggan pairing singles.

Gregg

Morishige picked up the win allowing nine hits with a walk, and striking out

three while Ouderkirk suffered the loss, allowing five hits with a walk.

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