Sports Capsule for Friday — October 24, 2003

• Scorpions sting Grave Diggers

• Kaua‘i bowlers tops

Scorpions sting Grave Diggers

Micah Quinlan broke the scoreless deadlock in the third quarter as the Hanapepe Steel Scorpions went on to shut down the Kalaheo Grave Diggers, 2-0 at Hanapepe last weekend.

Despite pressure from Grave Digger tacklers Kyle Mann and BJ Freitas, Dallas Correa launched a long shot from midfield for the Scorpions’ second goal.

The scoreless first half was dominated by headers, but no score due to hard work by goalies Micah Quinlan of the Scorpions and Dustin Perreira of the Grave Diggers.

Outstanding Scorpions included Dylan Morrison-Fogel, Isaac Fierro, and Dylan DelaCruz.

Outstanding Grave Diggers included Blaze Ferguson, Mike Raithaus, Jake Manzano, Makana Cabral, and Tate Hashimoto.

Kaua‘i bowlers tops

Jenni Ueno bowled a 200 game for Waimea High School in their Oct. 18 match at Lihu‘e Bowling Center, but a 195 game by Alyssa Garren and a 193 score by Kaua‘i newcomer Noelle Campos was enough for Kaua‘i High School to take the girls division with a 2302 pincount to Waimea’s 2188. Kapa‘a finished with 2013 led by Mohala Johnson’s 174.

Kaua‘i’s Dominic Piano had a one-pin advantage over Peterson Dela Cruz, Jr. of Waimea to lead the Red Raiders to a 2308-2270 win over the Menehune. Kapa‘a was led by Nathan Concepcion in their 2053 point finish.


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