Valley Isle Scoreboard

Yeshua Goodman hits against Rocky DeLyon’s block while Corey Spence looks on during an Aloha Volleyball match Saturday in Kula. Spence and Goodman won the open division title, while DeLyon and Josh Kulhavy-Sutherland finished second. -- SCOTTIE ZUCCO photo

Yeshua Goodman hits against Rocky DeLyon’s block while Corey Spence looks on during an Aloha Volleyball match Saturday in Kula. Spence and Goodman won the open division title, while DeLyon and Josh Kulhavy-Sutherland finished second. -- SCOTTIE ZUCCO photo

BEACH VOLLEYBALL

ALOHA VOLLEYBALL

Saturday’s Results

At Kula

11 and under–1. Christina Naish and Keala Giblin, 2. Emily Coflin and Jamie Nees, 3. Collin Phelps and Cooper Obenauf, 4. Hayden Phelps and Michael Giblin, 5. Maile Freeland and Giulia Quinsaat, 6. Aubrey Blanchette and Malie Vickers, 7. Hunter Hodges and Henry Devereux, 8. Tianna Hansen and Claire Eller.

Emily Coflin passes in front of Jamie Nees — the duo teamed for a runner-up finish in 11 and under. -- SCOTTIE ZUCCO photo

Emily Coflin passes in front of Jamie Nees — the duo teamed for a runner-up finish in 11 and under. -- SCOTTIE ZUCCO photo

14 and under–1. Thomas Russell and Tyler Russell, 2. A.J. Ashoff and Aina Frazier, 3. Tia Devereux and Luca Connor, 4. J.J. Ashoff and Sofia Connor, 5. Keala Giblin and Amaya Genovia, 6. Noelani Aguera and Kaya Mullen, 7. Jacobo Rosillo and Ross Peck, 8. Mac Millen and Lane Millen, 9. Lahela Pond and Carissa Pond.

Boys 18–1. Hinano Long and Austin Peters, 2. Noah Rohozinski and Jonathon Anuese, 3. Kainalu Kubo and Ethan Preseaux, 4. C.J. Ozee and Antonio Mason, 5. Luca Connor and Noah Bigelow, 6. Kai’ea Kalahiki and Kai Frazier.

Girls 18–1. Ella Connor and A.J. Ashoff, 2. Victoria Martins and Jesse Coralle, 3. Mileina Sniffen and Izabelle Palmore, 4. Sienna Bigelow and J.J. Ashoff.

Open–1. Corey Spence and Yeshua Goodman, 2. Rocky DeLyon and Josh Kulhavy-Sutherland, t3. Eric Pounder and Matt Schroeder, t3. Jake Caracheo and Jessie Walker, 5. Brian Connor and Dan Sereno, 6. Johnny Eddins and Amy Ozee, 7. Adrianne McNally and Kainoa Jacintho, t8. Ben Perry and Rachel West, t8. Mike Haggerty and Alec Eib.

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Central East Maui’s Coby Wakayama heads out of the batter’s box on the way to reaching base on an error in the fourth inning of a 17-4, five-inning win over Lanai on Saturday in a Hawaii State Little League District III Junior (13-14) Division tournament game at Maehara Stadium in Wailuku. -- The Maui News / BRAD SHERMAN photo

Central East Maui’s Coby Wakayama heads out of the batter’s box on the way to reaching base on an error in the fourth inning of a 17-4, five-inning win over Lanai on Saturday in a Hawaii State Little League District III Junior (13-14) Division tournament game at Maehara Stadium in Wailuku. -- The Maui News / BRAD SHERMAN photo

BASEBALL

HAWAII STATE LITTLE LEAGUE DISTRICT III TOURNAMENTS

Saturday’s Results

At Maehara Stadium

JUNIOR (13-14) DIVISION

Central pitcher Kaimana Benjamin fields a ground ball back to him in the fifth inning. -- The Maui News / BRAD SHERMAN photo

Central pitcher Kaimana Benjamin fields a ground ball back to him in the fifth inning. -- The Maui News / BRAD SHERMAN photo

CENTRAL EAST MAUI 17, LANAI 4

Lanai 103 00–4 3 4

Central East Maui 154 7x–17 7 1

Devrene Alijandro, Jessie Sigrah (3), Joeson Joeas (4), Brian Amby (4) and Dacyn Bayez. Jonah Raboy, Tani Kaholoaa (4), Kaimana Benjamin (5) and Rayson Rivera. W–Raboy. L–Alijandro.

KIHEI 3, UPCOUNTRY 2

Tani Kaholoaa pitches for Central in the fifth inning. -- The Maui News / BRAD SHERMAN photo

Tani Kaholoaa pitches for Central in the fifth inning. -- The Maui News / BRAD SHERMAN photo

Kihei 000 101 1–3 6 3

Upcountry 101 000 0–2 3 1

Aizeah Lakalaka, Zach Chimeleck (4) and Joey Koch. Noah Sumibcay, Ty Otani (6), Blake Hoopai (7) and Tai Kauhaa-Po. W–Chimeleck. L–Otani. 3B–Kihei: Chimeleck.

Leading hitter–Kihei: Chimeleck 2-2, RBI, run.

SENIOR (15-16) DIVISION

CENTRAL EAST MAUI 9, MOLOKAI 1

Molokai 000 100 0–1 2 3

Central East Maui 015 120 x–9 12 0

Lassen Bush, Nathan Horner (3), Laysen Bush (5), Alika Balbus (5) and Micah Calairo-Nakagawa, Kekama Starkey. Anthony Hoopii-Tuionetoa, Jyrah Lalim (4), Roy Meinen (6), Grayden Tanaka (7) and Jacob Chong, Kaeo Kamau. W–Lalim. L–Lass. Bush. 2B–Central East Maui: Hoopii-Tuionetoa, Connor Palmera.

Leading hitters–Hoopii-Tuionetoa 2-2, RBI, 2 runs; Palmera 1-2, 2 RBI, run; Haole Kaupo 3-4, 2 runs; Isaiah Duarte 2-3, run.

UPCOUNTRY 18, LANAI 1, 5 INNINGS

Upcountry 15(10) 02–18 12 0

Lanai 100 00–1 1 2

Shawn Shimaoka, Kanoa Hokoana (2), Gavin Grossman (3), Patrik Doster (4), Justin Shiffler (5) and Kellen Caluag. Brian Kaopuiki, Louis-John Romero (3), Morgan Jonas (4), Ardell Mueller (5) and Kone Tubera. W–Hokoana. L–Kaopuiki. 3B–Upcountry: Jaxon Hall, Tristan Ah Yat.

Leading hitters–Upcountry: Hall 3-4, 3 RBI, 2 runs; Cedric March 2-2, RBI, 2 runs; Kellen Caluag 2-2, RBI, 2 runs; Ah Yat 1-2, 3 runs.

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