Sports briefs for Wednesday, March 22, 2006

• Baseball opener switched to Ron Martin Field

• Garcia shoots 77, not Yoshioka

• Borrero earns all-state honors

Baseball opener switched to Ron Martin Field

Due to problems with field conditions, the KIF baseball opener between Kaua‘i and Kapa‘a will be held at the Ron Martin Athletic Field, starting at 2:45 p.m. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Vidinha Stadium.

Then on Saturday, the Red Raiders, who are the three-time defending KIF champions, will face off against Waimea in doubleheader action, beginning at 10 a.m.

The contest is scheduled to take place at Waimea High School.

Garcia shoots 77, not Yoshioka

In the KIF golf opener on Saturday at the Po‘ipu Bay Golf Course, Kaua‘i’s fourth qualifying score of 77 was shot by Mike Garcia, instead of Micah Yoshioka.

Also Waimea’s Thad Fuji tallied a score of 93, which was the fourth qualifying score for the Menehune.

Meanwhile, Kapa‘a first-year golfer Conrad Dreisch shot a 106.

Borrero earns all-state honors

Kaua‘i freshman Wailana Borrero, the KIF’s Player of the Year, earned honorable mention all-state honors as a pitcher, according to The Honolulu Advertiser.


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