Baldwin enters first-place tie with two matches remaining

Baldwin High School entered a tie for first place in the Maui Interscholastic League girls golf standings with a 112-138 victory over Lahai-naluna on Thursday at Kahili Golf Course in Waikapu.

Kimberlie Miyamoto carded a 36 for the Bears (11-2-1), who pulled even with Maui High with one week left in the team season. Kaylee Shimizu and Kirsten Ishikawa each shot 38. Erin Kobayashi had a 43, Lexi Nagamine a 45, Kailey Garcia a 50 and Alyssa Antiado a 59.

Shimizu will take a four-shot lead into today’s second round of the MIL individual championships.

The final team matches are scheduled for Tuesday and April 17 – Baldwin has two matches against Seabury Hall, and Maui High is to face Lahainaluna twice.

Caylyn Villatora’s 38 was the low score for the Lunas

(8-5-0) on Thursday. Caitlyn Villatora had a 42, and Ennah Cabading recorded a 58. Hay-lee Patch shot 67.

Kamehameha Maui girls 133 Seabury Hall 144

At The Dunes at Maui Lani in Kahului, Kodi Joyo posted a 42 to help Kamehameha Maui improve to 4-11-0.

Nicole Nagamine (43) and Shaina Hipolito (48) were the other scorers for the Warriors. Kalena Tomashiro had a 49.

Natasha Salamack had a 42 for Seabury Hall (0-14-0), Tiffany Orite had a 47 and Jimmsie Stisher and Joy Balinbin each had rounds of 55.