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St. Anthony finishes third in state D-II soccer

February 27, 2011, 3:22 PM HST
* Updated February 28, 6:17 AM
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By Fred Guzman

St. Anthony was the only MIL team to play in Saturday’s final day of the state high school soccer tournaments and the Trojans made the most of the opportunity.

A pair of second-half goals by Chris Maeda and Kyle Orth lifted St. Anthony to a 2-0 win over Hawaii Prep of the Big Island in the third-place match of the Division-II  tournament at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex on Oahu.

Maeda and Bryce Mizoguchi were named to the D-II all-tourney team for the fourth-seeded Trojans, who opened with a 1-0 shootout win over defending champion Mid-Pacific before suffering a 2-1 loss in the semifinals to eventual champion Honokaa.

Honokaa took the D-II title by defeating Kapaa of the Big Island 4-1. Mid-Pac edged Konawaena 1-0 for fifth place.


Overall MIL league champ and fourth-seeded King Kekaulike was eliminated in D-I following losses of 3-2 to Kaiser and 1-0 to Mililani.


Baldwin won its opener, 1-0 over Aiea, but suffered losses of 2-1 via a shootout to second-seeded Kapolei in the quarterfinals and 2-1 to Hilo in the consolation bracket.

Punahou defended its title, winning a record 18th state crown, by routing Kaiser 5-0 in the D-I final behind a hat trick from Mountain Mitchell.

Second-seeded Kapolei beat top-seeded Kamehameha-Oahu 3-2 for third, Mililani tied Hilo 1-1 for fifth and Radford defeated Waiakea 3-0 in the consolation final.


BASEBALL:  Technically, it was a tournament in name only as the teams involved played a random schedule.

Still, defending state D-I runnerup Baldwin went 3-1 in a baseball it hosted. The Bears suffered their lone loss to Mayknoll, 6-3, on Saturday.

Also entered were Kauai, Molokai, Waipahu and Kekaulike, which also went 3-1 in the event after splitting its games Saturday after going 0-for-4 during a trip to Oahu.

Na Alii defeated Kauai 11-3 and lost 8-7 to Maryknoll, while Waipahu routed Molokai 14-2.

Kekaulike will be hosting a tournament of its own this week.

The MIL season opens in three weeks, with Na Alii seeking to break the hammerlock Baldwin and Maui have enjoyed at the D-I level for years.

SOFTBALL:  Brenna Nakamura hit a grand slam, Kekuu Haake also homered and Hope Morikawa toss a three-hit shutout for the Lahainaluna in a 12-0 MIL win over Kekaulike on Saturday.

On Wednesday, seven-time defending champion Baldwin will try to rebound from an MIL-opening loss to the Lunas when it visits Maui High and the Lunas will play host to Kamehameha-Maui.

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