OIA Baseball
Kailua finds late offense to get past Castle, remain unbeaten


Sat, Mar 18, 2023 @ [ 11:00 am ]

FINAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
Kailua 0 0020338103
Castle 1 1 00000271

W: Rayvin Pagan    L: Dorian Yoshizumi

CAST: Zayden Uyemura 2-2 rbi dbl; Kekai Adams 5.0 IP 2 ER 3 K
KAIL: Titan Kauhi 2-3 3 runs dbl; Rayvin Pagan 2.3 IP 0 ER 2 K

Kailua parlayed 10 hits into eight runs, and took over sole possession of first place in the OIA East standings, defeating previously unbeaten Castle, 8-2.

Titan Kauhi had two hits and scored three times and Rayvin Pagan also collected a pair of hits while driving in three to pace the Surfriders, who scored three runs in the final two innings to break a 2-all game open.

Castle built a 2-0 lead after two innings but Kailua ralied to tie the game up with a pair of runs in the fourth that came in on a Pagan double. The game remained tied until the sixth, when a bases loaded walk gave the Surfriders the lead for good.

Pagan also was the winning pitcher, tossing 2 1/3 innings in relief.

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