Run in 8th gives the Braddahs 7-6 edge over Youngblood

LIHUE – Daryl Laboguen drove in the winning run on a sacrifice fly and Todd Young pitched three scoreless innings in the fifth, sixth, and seventh, to lead the Braddahs to a 7-6 win over Youngblood in a Slow Pttch Softball regular season game Tuesday in Lihue.

Sandy Pacheco took the loss for Youngblood. He allowed 19 hits to Young’s 10. Young also chipped in two hits for the Braddahs.

Laboguen had two rbis and one single to lead the Braddahs. Guy Higa and Hank Ibia each added one rbi and two singles. Gregg Santos chipped in an rbi on three singles. Lance Higashi had two singles and one double and Robert Laboguen rounded out the heavy hitting Braddahs with one single and one double.

Youngblood was led by Kent Marugame’s two rbis on one single and one double. Aaron Uyeda added an rbi on two singles, Victor Sasaki chipped in three singles and Rory Rayno added two.

Ikaika 2, Hard Knocks 0

Tomas Quest allowed just seven hits in Ikaika’s 2-0 shutout of the Hard Knocks Tuesday in a Slow Pitch Softball regular season matchup in Lihue.

The Hard Knocks’ Andy Regasa only allowed four hits and had five shutout innings, but two Ikaika runs in the fourth gave him the loss.

Abe Kahaulua had a double for Ikaika, Lance Akama drove in the winning run and three other players each had one single.

Seven different Hard Knocks players chipped in one single.

The softball series was supposed to consist of three games, but Universal Delivery won by forfeit over the Kaua’i Boys.

35-over Softball

Tuesday’s Games

Braddahs 7, Younblood 6

Ikaika 2, Hard Knocks 0

Universal Delivery wins by forfeit.

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