Kaua‘i comes up big in baseball doubleheader

Trent Allianic gave up no runs, walked one batter and struck out 10 in Kaua‘i High School’s game one win over Kapa‘a High School yesterday, 1-0. Kaua‘i would also win game two, 7-6.

“It was one of the finest games in the KIF played this season,” said the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation’s official scorekeeper Glenn Mickens. “It was a crime to see anyone have to lose that game.”

There were no errors recorded for game one.

The only run scored came in the first inning, when Ryson Sakamoto scored off a Schyler Arakaki hit.

Kapa‘a’s pitcher Cody Goias was 2-for-3, posting both of Kapa‘a’s hits.

Game two, on the other hand, had a few errors which caused it to be just as exciting as the first.

Kaua‘i‘s Jordan Leanio, Schyler Arakaki, Aaron Soong and Jahga Calves all went 2-for-3. Leanio had a triple and a single, with 4 RBIs. Arakaki also had a triple, a single and 1 RBI. Aaron Soong, the league’s leading hitter scored 2 runs. Calves scored the winning run.

Braden Balocan, who pitched for four innings, got the win. He allowed 4 runs, 3 unearned. Jordan Buster came in as the relief in the fifth and allowed 2 hits and no earned runs.

Kapa‘a’s Everett Awong, who pitched 21/3 innings, took the loss. Wong gave up 7 runs. Travis Shigeta came in as the relief. He kept Kaua‘i from scoring any further, striking out five batters.

Kapa‘a’s Travis Nakamura went 2-for-4 and scored twice. Kahai Nakano went 1-for-4 but scored twice.

Kapa‘a plays Waimea High School this Wednesday at Waimea at 2:45 p.m.


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