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AYSO results around the Garden Island for Aug. 26
From TGI Staff
On the Girls’ side . . .
Brats defeated the Lihu’e Ruff Stuff 2-1. The Ruff Stuff’s goal was scored by
Tiffany Ikeda-Simao. Brats’ goalscorers were unavailable.
the Kalaheo Fillies vs. Hanapepe Twisters tangle, each team notched a goal. The
Fillies’ Bryanna Prinzing scored in the fourth quarter, as did the Twisters’
Breeann Abuan. Outstanding players for the game included Savanna Sussman on
defense, and Maria Sutton, Klare Alegandro, Kylie Stiglmeier, Allegra
Bandschuh, Joanna Andres and Daisey Achuara.
Koloa-Waikomo Rainbows battled the Lihu’e Power Puff. Great sportsmanship was
shown by girls on both sides of the ball. Rainbows teammates include Melia Aki,
Cassidy Bare, KiereeAnn Barnes, Katie Ceria-Johnson, Ciera Crowe, Sydney
Wilson, Paris Rgo and Kuulei Zalopony. Power Puff’s include: Caycie Pascual,
Kiara Chong, Mitsy Hayashi, Siarah Perreira, Kayla Shim, Jamee Victor, Brittney
Fernandes and Koral Linser.
The Wailua Dreamers and Kilauea
Local Girls fought to a 4-4 tie. Local Girls’ goals were scored by Seri
Niimi-Burch (2), Halaheo Oliver and Jessie Monroe. Dreamers’ goals were notched
by Christine Yotsuda (2) and Kaylee Hale (2).
Outstanding players for
Kilauea were Nina Albano, Tawnee Asing and Keila Johnson. For Wailua, Stephanie
Foster and Amanda Mayer stood out with exceptional
Call this one the clash of the Power Puff Girls.
Kalaheo and Lihu’e, each carrying that team name, battled Saturday. Goal
scorers for Lihu’e: Cinzia Bruno (4), Kayla Chang (2), AnnaMarie Chong (2),
Delissa Nobriga (3) and Trisha Tsujimura. For Kalaheo, Kuuleinani Breen, Amber
Motooka and Amanda Rita found the back of the net.
Razorblasters got the best of the Hanalei Soccer Dogs 5-1. Goals were scored
for Kapa’a by Jessica Lactaotao (2), Kiah Shigeta-Koizumi (2) and Kaira
Kupihea. For the Soccer Dogs, Tiare Welbourne netted the goal.
Angels managed their way past the Kapa’a Dolphin Girls 2-1. Kaulana Haneberg
dropped both of the Angels’ goals into the net. Rachel Buratti was responsible
for the Dolphin Girls’ goal.
For the Boys . . .
Hanapepe Rockers battled the Hanapepe Shark Fighters in Hanapepe. All three of
the Rockers’ goals were scored by Torrey Santiago. Harold Shimono, Jr. notched
the Shark Fighters’ goal. Outstanding players in the contest were, for the
Rockers, Santiago and Gavin Jardin. For the Shark Fighters, the entire offense
and defense received outstanding-player status.
The Kalaheo Titans and the
Lihu’e Tornadoes met at Hanapepe Field. Kalaheo’s goals were scored by Aaron
Swanson (2). Lihu’e’s goal came by way of Michael Fujikawa. Standouts included
Randy Charlson, Kyle Ruiz, Christian Hosler and Austin
The Kapa’a Bulls and T-Rex tangled in a inter-town clash.
Dereck Silva (2), Charles Fox (4) and Joshua Cram scored goals for the Bulls.
T-Rex’s goals were netted by Trevor McCracken (2), Derek Yamane (2) and Geordan
Gray (3). Outstanding performances were turned in by Jahzeiah Belt, Caleb
Leavitt and Waile’a Kerr for the Bulls, and Dustin Ikehara for the
The Waimea Sharks and Hanapepe Hornets tangled at Waimea. Score was
not kept, but outstanding players were. They include Kainoa Lagazo, Brian
Ceballos, Aukai Schraepfer and Sam Smith for Wailua. For Hanapepe, Hoku
Aviguetero, Michael Kocher, Kreig Medeiros and Micah Quinlan were
The Lihu’e Golden Eagles matched up with the Lihu’e Rockets at N.
Vindinha Stadium. The Golden Eagles’ goals were scored by Shane Iwata (4) and
Jensen Koga (3).
The Hanalei Bay ‘n Nets defeated the Kapa’a
The Waimea Thugs got the best of Da Crew from
Lihu’e 4-3. Josh Cabral netted three of Wailua’s goals; Kori Sakahashi scored
the other. Cody Kimura scored two goals for Lihu’e; Chad Naganuma accounted for
the other. Ryan Nagaoka, Charlie Kato and Lance Tanaka were the outstanding
players for Lihu’e. Kollin Morikawa was named as Waimea’s outstanding
Joshua Quinlan netted the only goal scored in the
game between the Kalaheo Dragons II and the Hanapepe Shooters. The Shooters’
outstanding players were: Casey Cabus, Cobie Cardinez-Rayray, Austin and Wyatt
Chicoine, Keven Killerman and Jonathan Tangalin.
A member of an AYSO
program kicks the ball during the first weekend of competition two weeks ago.
Action is in full swing around the island every Saturday, as teams from Hanalei
to Wailua battle one another.
By Dennis Fujimoto,
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