Alapai and Kahaunaele lead Kaua’i Boys

LIHUE – Lambert Alapai and Jay Kahaunaele each drove in two rbis on three hits to lead the Kaua’i Boys to a 13-3 drubbing of Youngblood Thursday in a 35-over slowpitch softball game in Lihue.

Dee Dee Ibia took the win for the Kaua’i Boys; Hoku Cup Choy suffered the loss.

Paulmert Dasalia and Ibia each added one rbi on three hits for the Kaua’i Boys, Jon Kahaunaele knocked in one rbi on four hits and Rod Ochoa chipped in three singles and one rbi.

Aaron Uyeda drove in two rbis on one single and one triple to lead Youngblood. Darrell Borrero and Cup Choy added two singles apiece.

Braddah’s 10,

Hard Knocks 0

Gregg Santos, Lance Higashia nd Hank Ibia combined for seven rbis to lead the Braddah’s to a 10-o shutout of the Hard Knocks in the second game of the Lihue series.

Ibia and Higashi each drilled homeruns in the game. Ibia finished with three rbis in the game, Higashi had two rbis.

Dee Dee Ibia took the win for the Braddah’s, allowing just seven hits. Norman Holt, Jr. took the loss.

Holt, Jr. had two singles for the Hard Knocks; five other players each had one single.

To round out the Braddah’s offensive production: Santos had two rbis on three hits; Bobby Texeira had one rbi on a single and a triple; Todd Young had a single and a triple and Guy Higa added two hits.

Universal Delivery, 4

Ikaika 0

Pitcher Marvin Mikasa allowed just three hits in seven innings to lead Universal Delivery to a 4-0 shutout of Ikaika.

Kelly Robinson’s triple and single drove in two rbis for Universal. Russell Nakata and Steven Perreira each had one rbi and one single and Mel Yamase added two singles.

Eric Fujiwara accounted for two of Ikaika’s hits. Henry Hee chipped in the other.

Tomas Quest, who also pitched well in allowing just seven hits, took the loss for Ikaika.

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