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ScoringLive staffSeptember 19, 2017, 9:54pm
Tue, Sep 19, 2017 @ Le Jardin [ 5:00 pm ]
KAILUA — Emma Porter had 12 assists, five aces and three kills to lead Mid-Pacific to a straight-set win over Hanalani at Le Jardin's Charles B. Wang Gymnasium Tuesday afternoon. The scores were 25-7 and 25-16.
Keahu Keala, Army Warrington and Zannah Suehiro put down four kills apiece for the Owls, who notched their third consecutive win to improve to 4-2 in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu's Division II standings.
Libero Shyla Sato posted a match-high 13 digs and Alyssa Muraoka added six digs for Mid-Pacific.
Love Barrett had five kills with seven digs for the Royals (0-6), who have yet to win a set this season. Aaliyah Iwamoto recorded eight digs with an ace and Amiyah Egdamin had seven digs, seven assists and an ace in the loss.
Hanalani committed 12 hitting errors to 10 for Mid-Pacific.
Mililani lit up scoreboards but fell short with back-to-back losses in the postseason.
The Mules look to run wild with the success and momentum they built up late last season.
2018 All-Hawaii Baseball D2 Player of the Year to follow brother's footsteps to Corvallis.
Gerri-Co Jenks knew at a young age that his responsibilities were greater than his peers.
The 2009 Iolani graduate spent the last five seasons as an assistant at his alma mater.
Among those participating was former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Ian Kahaloa (Campbell '15).