Hana Hou, Universal, Braddahs win in Thursday softball

The County of Kaua‘i kicked off their 35-years-and-over slow pitch league Thursday night at Isenberg Park.

Ikaika 5, Hana Hou 6

A sacrifice fly to centerfield by Brenn Nakaahiki scored the winning run for Hana Hou in their 6-5 win over Ikaika.

Nelson Chiba netted an RBI on three singles with Richard Rosa fueling the effort on a triple and a pair of doubles in the win.

Philip Kamakea drove in a pair of RBI on two singles, Eddie Resinto finished with a pair of RBI on a single, and Abe Kahaulua closed with a pair of singles to lead Ikaika who saw nine players with at least a hit each.

Paris Resinto picked up the win on the hill with Tomas Best and Glenn Redero sharing the Ikaika loss, Redero allowing nine hits on one walk.

Universal Delivery 10, Hard Knocks 7

Stan Kua smacked in the winning run as Universal Delivery drove past Hard Knocks 10-7.

Kelly Robinson and Kent Tada each finished with three RBI apiece, Robinson’s coming on a single and Tada’s on a triple in the win.

John Shishido, Leroy Nonaka, and Marvin Mikasa finished with a pair of singles each, and Royce Ijima ended with three singles in the win.

Kemo Tehada and Layton Tani led the bats for Hard Knocks, each batter driving in an RBI, Tani finishing with three singles and Tehada following with a pair of singles.

Richard Drapesa finished with a triple and a single, with Bully Mission and Dave Onodera each closing with a pair of singles in the loss.

Dan Fort picked up the win on the hill, allowing 16 hits on three walks with Steven Mardonada and Garrett Agena sharing the Universal Delivery duties, Mardonada picking up the win with ten hits allowed on a walk.

Braddahs 6, Pahio 0

Despite five RBI notched, Braddahs scored the winning run on an error in their 6-0 shutout over Pahio.

Jay Kahaunaele, Asea Flechenbrenner, Harry Best, and Mike Ng each chalked up an RBI while Willie Nuivo and Jon Kahaunaele each finished with a pair of singles in the win.

Wayne Laranio allowed five hits in the win while Todd Young suffered the loss with 15 hits on a walk.


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