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• Bonds to miss much of spring training
• Lihu‘e edges Hornets in county’s 12 Under hoops
Bonds to miss much of spring training
SAN FRANCISCO — Barry Bonds is expected to miss much of spring training following minor arthroscopic surgery Monday on his right knee.
The seventime NL MVP had a “minor arthritis cleanup,” the San Francisco Giants said in statement. Dr. Arthur Ting also repaired a small tear in Bonds’ meniscus.
Bonds, who had a similar surgery on his left knee in October, will begin six weeks of rehabilitation Tuesday, and the Giants expect him to return to full strength by opening day. Trainer Stan Conte didn’t immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
Bonds, 40, has 703 career homers. He trails only Hank Aaron (755) and Babe Ruth (714).
Lihu‘e edges Hornets in county’s 12 Under hoops
Scot Fire Sasan netted 15 points to lead the Lihu‘e Maniacs to a 4620 win over Kaua‘i Raiders in the county’s 12 and Under basketball games played Saturday, Jan. 29.
Travis Koga also scored 15 points to lead the Kaua‘i Fire Raiders effort in the two boys’ games at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.
Sean Shigematsu and BJ Melchor combined for 22 points to lead Eastside to a 5912 showing over Island School in the day’s second boys’ game. Canaan Higa led Island School with nine points.
Jaymie Jacinto finished with a gamehigh 14 points to lead the Waimea B&G to a 376 win over Gee’s Angels in the first of four girls’ matches. Bristy Agu helped Waimea with six points, and Shalyn Tupo headed the Angels with four points.
Kelsey Cadiente finished with 17 points as Lihu‘e edged the Westside Hornets, 2624 in the second contest. Kayla Perez helped Lihu‘e with five points, and Christina Banach finished with 10 points followed by Charlene Ortiz adding six points to lead the Hornets’ scoring.
Jodie Das scored 12 points with Lynsi Nakamura adding nine points as Wailua took Gee’s Angels, 276 in the third contest. Mahea Grace led the Angels with five points.
Janessa Grady finished with 12 points and Randee Layosa added seven markers as RKCCG topped Kalaheo, 3518. Leah Emura and Shaylin Parker each netted four points for Kalaheo.
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