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K-Makule 14, West Kaua‘i 10
In a tight overtime eight inning game, K-Makule overcame defeat by taking West Kaua‘i 14-10. Ernest Domingo hit a long shot into right field in the top of the first inning and earned a HR for the first K-Makule score.
After two complete innings the score was K-Makule 2, West Kaua‘i 1. In the top of the third inning K-Makule scored two more runs on base hits from Herman Fraticelli, Domingo, and Gordon Arakaki topped with a SF from Lefty Remata.
Rookies 14, West Kaua‘i 9
West Kaua‘i received their second lost in the second game of the day against the Rookies with a score of 14-9.
The Rookies came up with five runs in the second inning on hits from Raymond Espino, Archie Fontanilla, Charlie Carveiro, and Wally Sonoda coupled with a BB to Wayne Hashimoto and a SF from Walter Souza. Two more runs came across in the third inning on hits from Hank Nishikawa, Stan Dela Cruz, Espino and Hashimoto and a SF by Charlie Carveiro. In the third inning the Rookies cinched the win even tighter by coming up with three more hits. Souza flew out for out number one.
Lihu‘e A’s 4, Kuku’s Aces 2
In a hard fought game Lihu‘e A’s beat Kuku’s Aces 4 to 2. The Aces scored a single run in the first inning captured off two BB and a Lihu‘e error topped with a single by Ben Pescador. Kuku’s second and final run came in the fourth inning with Kaleo Furtado getting on with a base hit and scoring on a Lihu‘e outfield error pitched to Sonny Hoopii.
Lihu‘e pocketed all four runs in the first inning. Lead off batter Dwight Fujii hit to center field and next batter Peter Rayno drew a BB. Tomoo Hiranaka hit a double to right field scoring Fujii. A SF hit by Glenn Akina to right field brought in Rayno. Randy Tomlinson, Ismo Yoshishige, and Shigio Oshiro all had base hits with Yoshishige and Oshiro credited with the last two runs.
East Kaua‘i 19, Kawaihau 3
East Kaua‘i blanketed Kawaihau 19 to 3 in a TKO five inning game. East Kaua‘i was unstoppable from the onset of the game as big batters Damien Victorino and Alex Youn proved their stuff. East Kaua‘i scored a single run in the first inning and the maximum allowed of seven in the second inning.
In the second inning East Kaua‘i took of advantage of two Kawaihau errors topped by seven base hits, and two SF’s. Les Kubo, Ronnie Holt, Al Salvador, Damien Victorino, Don Boro, Alex Youn and Dickie Koerte all had base hits with Victorino banking two RBI’s.
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