Pearl City vs. Waianae split doubleheader 14-3, 11-10

Mar 25, 2012 | PC Sports


Positioning for the lead in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Varsity Baseball Red West Division remained tight after a doubleheader split between the Pearl City Chargers (5-2) and Waianae Seariders (4-3) on Saturday at Waianae High School.

Pearl City overpowered Waianae 14-3 in game one pounding out 18 hits in the win. Kamalu Neal earned the win for the Chargers allowing 7 hits and 3 runs in a complete game performance. Jobe Cabral took the loss for the Seariders.

Pearl City's Tanner Tokunaga was perfect at the plate hitting 4-4. Tokunaga hit 6-7 in the doubleheader against Waianae pitching.

In game two, the Seariders turned it around jumping out to a 8-2 lead after three complete innings. Waianae led Pearl City 11-7 going into the bottom of the 7th inning when the Chargers closed the deficit to 11-10 but came up a run short of tieing it up to end the game.

Waianae's Sean Stevens-Sadomaru earned the win for the Seariders while Sean Milan took the loss for the Chargers.

In the game two loss to Waianae, Pearl City's Tyler Tokunaga hit 3-3 for a two game total of 5-7. A solid day at the plate for brothers Tyler and Tanner Tokunaga.

Pearl City returns to action at home against Leilehua on Wednesday, April 4 with first pitch set for 3;30pm.

Go Chargers!


                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Tyler Tokunaga pictured getting a hit in game one of Saturday's doubleheader against Waianae.

                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Kamalu Neal on the mound in the Chargers game one win against Waianae.

                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Waianae's #13 Cleghorn Borge strokes a ground rule double to center field in the 5th inning of game one.

                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Waianae's Alan Banes pictured in relief of Seariders starting pitcher Jobe Cabral in the

7th inning of game one.

@ Waianae High School

Game 1

Pearl City (5-1)   001  325   3    14    18

Waianae  (3-3)   100   020   0     3      7

W-Neal Kamalu

L-Jobe Cabral

Leading Hitters: Pearl City – Tanner Tokunaga 4-4, Kamalu Neal 3-5, Tyler Tokunaga 2-4, Shaye Higa 2-4, Reid Akau 2-5, Noah Derby 2-5.


@ Waianae High School

Game 2

Waianae (4-3)     260  003  0   11    10

Pearl City (5-2)   002  302  3    10    10

W – Sean Stevens-Sadomaru

L – Sean Milan

Leading Hitters: Waianae – Alan Ibanes 2-4, Joe Garcia 2-4, Liveon Simmons 2-4  Pearl City – Tyler Tokunaga 3-3, Reid Akau 2-4, Tanner Tokunaga 2-3.