Local Sports

Punahou takes down Mililani for state title

WAILUKU — Punahou School’s Kalae Harrison was caught a little off-guard when asked about his professional baseball brother K.J. The younger Harrison, the son of former University of Hawaii standout Kenny Harrison, was voted Most Outstanding Player of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation ...

Bears, Vikings bid aloha to seniors, tie for third place

WAILUKU — It wasn’t the game they wanted to be in, but the Baldwin High School baseball team had fun in the third-place game of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation Division I state tournament on Saturday. The Bears walked off the field with a 2-2 tie with Hilo in a game that was a chance ...

Kapalua Golf Academy offering summer programs for juniors players

Kapalua Golf and Kapalua Golf Academy are offering a series of summer programs for junior golfers of all ages and levels of play. The Kapalua Junior Academy is a five-week program that started at the beginning of the month that focuses on putting, around the green, and full swing fundamentals, ...

Valley Isle Scoreboard

GOLF RGC GOLF CLUB Sunday’s Results At Wailea Blue Course Low gross—Ron Ishikawa. Net—Irving Koja 68, Ron Ishikawa 72, Lance Terada 73, Miles Suzuki 75, Scott Suda 75. Par 3s—Nos. 4, 13: Lance Terada; No. 7: Victor Inouye; No. 10: Jeff Mahoney; No. 15: Ron ...

Sports Bulletin Board

• EDITOR’S NOTE: The Sports Bulletin Board is published Sundays. Mail or bring material to The Maui News, 100 Mahalani St., Wailuku, 96793; fax (808) 242-9087; call (808) 249-6845; or email sports@mauinews.com. _______________ Upcoming events • BASKETBALL June 10-13—Westside Hoops ...

From Maui to the Majors

Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: _______________ KURT SUZUKI SATURDAY: Did not play. SEASON: 18-68 (.265), 5 HR, 7 runs, 14 RBIs.

Bears lose in extras

WAILUKU — An amazing run for the Baldwin High School baseball team ended on a wild pitch Friday night at Maehara Stadium in the semifinals of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation Division I state tournament. Mililani ran off with a 2-1 win when a wild pitch from Baba Varner scooted under the ...

Murashige, Buff ‘n Blue blast past Vikings

WAILUKU — The Punahou School baseball team is right where it wants to be. The second-seeded Buff ‘n Blue rolled into the championship game of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation Division I state tournament with a 10-2 win over Hilo on Friday night at Maehara Stadium. A packed house was ...

Wilstead, Lopez to play for state titles

Hobbes Wilstead and Jessalyn Lopez kept to their usual routines, and that helped them get to the finals of the HMSA Tennis State Championships. The Kihei Charter School juniors both won their quarterfinal and semifinal matches at Mauna Lani Sports & Fitness Club on the Big Island on ...

Sabers’ Bottorff places eighth at boys state golf

Marlon Bottorff of Maui High School was the lone medalist from the Maui Interscholastic League at the David S. Ishii Foundation Boys Golf State Championship, finishing in eighth place Friday. In the final round at the Waikoloa Kings Course, Bottorff fired a 5-over-par 77 for a two-day total ...

Maui High falls to Campbell

WAILUKU — The Maui High School baseball team was up bright and early for a little breakfast bracket action on Friday morning at Maehara Stadium. The Sabers’ season ended with a 3-0 loss to Campbell in a consolation semifinal in the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation Division I fifth-place ...

Spartans, Farmers bow out of D-II state tournament

The Molokai High School and Seabury Hall baseball teams bowed out of the Wally Yonamine Foundation Division II State Championship on Friday, with both schools losing in consolation play at Vidinha Stadium in Lihue. The Maui Interscholastic League champion Farmers lost to Waipahu 9-5. Iokepa ...

From Maui to the Majors

Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: _______________ KURT SUZUKI FRIDAY: 1-4. Singled to left in ninth inning. SEASON: 18-68 (.265), 5 HR, 7 runs, 14 RBIs.

Bears get past Warriors

WAILUKU — Kaipo Haole wasn’t rattled. He simply never gets that way. The Baldwin High School senior right-hander used 106 of the 110 pitches he was allowed to lead the Bears to a hard-fought 8-5 win over Waiakea on Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation ...

Farmers, Spartans eliminated from title contention

The Maui News Maui Interscholastic League representatives Molokai High School and Seabury Hall both lost in the quarterfinal round of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation Division II Baseball State Championship on Thursday at Vidinha Stadium in Lihue. The MIL champion Farmers lost to ...

Bottorff tied for seventh at state golf

The Maui News Maui High School’s Marlon Bottorff shot a 3-over-par 75 for the lowest score by any Maui Interscholastic League golfer in the first round of the David S. Ishii Foundation Boys Golf State Championship on Thursday at the Waikoloa Kings Course on the Big Island. Bottorff had ...

MIL’s seeded players advance to Day 2 of state tennis tournament

The Maui News Kihei Charter School’s Jessalyn Lopez and Hobbes Wilstead, and Seabury Hall’s Nikki Fernando each won their first- and second-round matches during Day 1 of the HMSA Tennis State Championships at Mauna Lani Sports & Fitness Club on the Big Island on Thursday. Lopez, the ...

Shimabukuro honored for decades of service

Warren Shimabukuro, who has served the Maui baseball community for more than 50 years, was honored by a proclamation from Maui County Mayor Mike Victorino on Thursday night at Maehara Stadium. The proclamation was read before the final quarterfinal game of the HHSAA/Wally Yonamine Foundation ...

Valley Isle Sports/In Brief

Ozee, Maglio earn All-America honors The University of Hawaii’s Amy Ozee and playing partner Emily Maglio earned honorable mention honors as the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) announced its Beach Volleyball All-America Team on Wednesday. It is the first All-America honor ...

From Maui to the Majors

Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: THURSDAY: Did not play. SEASON: 17-64 (.266), 5 HR, 7 runs, 14 RBIs.