Baseball
Hawaii teams to compete in Arizona, California showcases


ABD Hawaii has three teams participating in USA Baseball Championship tournaments in Arizona and California.

The teams, from different age groups, have started or will starting playing in the tournaments, which serve as showcases for college and pro scouts.

The players either play for their respective high school teams or will be enrolling in high school this fall as freshmen.

Here are the teams from Hawaii:

14-under (Peoria, Surprise and Glendale, Ariz.)
RHP/INF Shiloh Baniaga (Highlands Intermediate)
RHP/INF Ryan Kaleiopu Jr. (Kamehameha)
LHP/1B Joshua Muneno (Kamehameha)
C/OF Kaimana Bartolome (Mililani)
OF Corey Nakakura (Iolani)
LHP/OF Noah Abreu (Saint Louis)
RHP/INF Tyler Yamaguchi (Mid-Pacific)
1B/OF Ty DeSa (Kamehameha)
RHP/C Jordan Yamamoto (Saint Louis)
RHP/INF Brandon Henderson (Kamehameha)
OF Cameron Igarashi (Mid-Pacific)
RHP/INF Kaikepono Anderson (Saint Louis)
RHP/INF Kody Cacal (Kamehameha)
RHP/INF Codie Paiva (Kamehameha)
RHP/3B Noah Shackles (Mid-Pacific)
Coach: Scott Paiva

16-under (Peoria and Surprise, Ariz.)
U Trey Saito (Mid-Pacific)
INF Ikaika Ramie (Kamehameha)
INF Isiah Kiner-Falefa (Mid-Pacific)
C/3B Iolana Akau (Waipahu)
RHP/OF Kea Vierra (Kailua)
LHP/1B Trey Smith (Kamehameha)
C/INF Quinton Collier (Mid-Pacific)
INF Corey Louis-Soares (Kailua)
OF Raymond Pedrina (Kamehameha)
OF Ricky Ahlo-Pinera (Saint Louis)
INF Donato Gallano (Campbell)
C/1B Jason Murakami (Kamehameha)
INF Cole Nagamine (Campbell)
C Marcus Doi (Mid-Pacific)
Coach: Vern Ramie

Top 20 Championships (Inland Empire, Calif.)
U Trey Saito (Mid-Pacific)
OF Jalen Torres (Kamehameha)
RHP/INF Tyler Meditz (Kamehameha)
INF Alika McGuire (Kamehameha)
RHP/OF Kea Vierra (Kailua)
INF Corey Louis-Soares (Kailua)
C/3B Ethan Rosehill (Kamehameha)
RHP/INF Darian Benanua (Kamehameha)
1B/3B Trey Kodama (Kamehameha)
INF Evan Ramirez (Kahuku)
RHP/OF Ulumano Farm (Kamehameha)
C/INF Rick Nomura (Kamehameha)
C/OF Kean Wong (Waiakea)
Coaches: Vern Ramie, Paul Tamashiro



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