Menehune girls advance to states, beats MIL’s Lanai

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Waimea’s Kieren Henderson heads for home with a homerun in the first inning after being congratulated by Coach Teddy Perreira in the third base coaches box, Wednesday during the DataHouse HHSAA Division II play-in game against Lana‘i at the Waimea Canyon Park.

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Waimea’s Makeyah Wisneski scores in the third inning as Lana‘i’s catcher Micah Manuel takes the throw-out attempt, Wednesday during the DataHouse HHSAA Division II play-in game at the Waimea Canyon Park.

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Lana‘i’s Angeline Matute comes home in the rain with a solo homerun in the fourth inning, Wednesday during the DataHouse HHSAA Division II play-in game against Waimea at the Waimea Canyon Park.

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Waimea’s Starlynn Ripley scores in the fourth inning, Wednesday as Lana‘i’s catcher Micah Manuel takes the throw out attempt during the DataHouse HHSAA Division II play-in game at the Waimea Canyon Park.

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Lana‘i’s Giyana Agliam is tagged out at home by Waimea catcher Aliyah Nordmeier-Kanahele to end the fifth inning, Wednesday during the DataHouse HHSAA Division II play-in game at the Waimea Canyon Park.

WAIMEA — Shandalyn Kuhlman held the Lanai Pine Lasses to just five hits to lead Waimea to a 14-4 win at the soggy Waimea Canyon Park on Wednesday night.

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