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Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffApril 20, 2017, 1:06pm
Multiple baseball and softball games with state tournament implications that were scheduled for Thursday, April 20, have been postponed due to inclement weather.
The Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I and Division II baseball championship games have been moved to Friday, April 21. The two title games were originally to be played at Hans L'Orange Park in a double header.
According to ILH Baseball coordinator Wade Okamura, the Division II game between Damien and Saint Francis will be played at Ala Wai Field at 3:30 p.m. while the Division I game between Saint Louis and Kamehameha has been moved to Goeas Field at the same time.
The Crusaders and Warriors have already locked up berths in the 12-team Division I state tournament and will be playing for the league's overall crown and seeded berth in states. However, the Saints and Monarchs will be playing for the lone ILH berth in the eight-team Division II state tourney in a win-or-go home situation.
Two Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I softball quarterfinal games have also been postponed, according to league softball coordinator Andrew Moody. The Moanalua/Mililani and Kapolei/Pearl City games will now be played on Friday. Teams that advance out of the quarterfinal round clinch one of the league's six berths into the 12-team Division I state tournament.
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