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ScoringLive staffApril 6, 2019, 8:49pm
Sat, Apr 6, 2019 @ [ 10:00 am ]
W: Primrose Aholelei L: Mele Turner
CAST: Dayzee Wong 1-3; Mele Turner 7.0 IP 3 ER 4 KKAIS: Shea Higa 1-3 run trp; Primrose Aholelei 7.0 ER 0 ER 4 K
KANEOHE — Primrose Aholelei pitched her second complete-game shutout of the season and backed herself at the plate with an RBI single as the Cougars shut down the Knights, 5-0, Saturday morning in an Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I East matchup at Castle High School.
Aholelei allowed only four Castle players to get in scoring position and was able to retire the side each time to keep the Knights out of the scoring column for the first time this season as they dropped even to 5-5.
Kaiser got on the scoreboard in the top of the third inning on Jaymi Gurr's RBI double to score courtesy runner Jaedi Tamura from first base. Tamura later came home on a passed ball to make it 2-0.
In the top of the fourth, Alexis Oshiro batted in Shea Higa, who got on with a triple. Then in the seventh inning, Oshiro added an insurance run on Aholelei's RBI single to left field. Alyssa Kaleiohi, pinch ran for Gurr — who had reached base on balls — and later scored on a passed ball to close out the scoring.
The Cougars next take on Roosevelt (10-0), who stands atop of the OIA D1 East standings.
Castle will play Kalani (4-7) on Monday.
Iolani claimed its first league title since 2003 with third straight win over Punahou.
Buffanblu win their first ILH title in 14 years in a game that had nine total home runs.
The Kamehameha junior RHP and Campbell senior CF clutched up in postseason wins last week.
The Mustangs won their 11th straight match to reach the OIA Division I championship.
Na Menehune swept the Mules, 25-18, 25-21, 25-15, Monday night at Radford's gym.
Crusaders gave up five runs in the top of the third, but kept fighting for a key win.