OIA Softball
Waialua maintains lead in OIA D2 softball


Fri, Mar 22, 2019 @ [ 3:00 pm ]

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W: Maura Muniz    L: Taylor Fukunaga

WLUA: Nohea Apuakehau-Smith 1-3 run 2 rbi HR; Maura Muniz 7.0 IP 2 ER 3 K
WAIP: Syan Yamamoto 2-4 run; Taylor Fukunaga 6.0 ER 1 ER 7 K

Waialua jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as it handled visiting Waipahu, 6-2, Friday afternoon in an OIA Division II softball contest.

The Bulldogs led 3-0 after the second inning and doubled their lead after the fifth inning to improve to 6-0 atop the league standings.

Maura Muniz was the game's winning pitcher, scattering eight hits in a complete game effort with three strikeouts.

Nohea Apuakehau-Smith hit a two-run homer and Sophia Manalo had a triple and scored twice to lead the Bulldogs at the plate.

Syan Yamamoto and Kandera Cordeiro-Felise were the leading batters for the Marauders (3-4) with two hits each.

Waipahu pitcher Taylor Fukunaga allowed just four hits in six innings of work with seven strikeouts and had just one earned run charged against her.




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