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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT.. 12, 1922
by Lihue Sluggers
BOTH TEAMS HIT HARD, BUT
LIHUE IS BETTER ON
Lihue and Makaweli fought it out
last Sunday to see which team
J would climb out ot the cellar and
Lihue has now turned over their
lease and are occupying the floor
Both teams hit the ball hard, Li
hue pounding Wramp for fifteen bin
gles, while Makaweli found Okuda
for twelve. Jim Burgess and Conant
were the hitting stars getting four
blows each while Naito and Pierra
were the the fielding stars both
pulling off sensational catches in
Makaweli was the first to score
getting their first run in the first
inning. With two awuy Conant Uau
bled to the cabbage patch In left
field and M. Yamase followed with
another double down the right field
Lihue did not wait long to tie it
up. Masaru was the, first man up
beat out a slow roller to Watase and
went : to second when he threw
wild trying to get him. He moved
on to third while Sumida was going
out short to first and scored on
Okuda's single to right.
The Redskins jumped into the lead
in the third with 0110 away. Ham
ads was safe at second when Ma
saru dropped his line drive after
a hard run. He scored on Conant a
single to center.
Lihue came back in their hall
of the fourth and scored three runs
thru the aid ot three hits. Okuda
with one a way singled to center.
Fuji walked but was forced at sec
ond by Pierra, Okuda going to
third. Burgess singled and Okuda
scored, Pierra going to third. Bur
gess stole second, both scored on
Hoke's single to left.
Makaweli piled one more in the
fourth when Nakashima singled with
one down and went to second while
Ah Nee was going out Okuda to
Lydgate and scored when K. Yam
ase doubled to left.
Lihue did nothing in the fifth
but came back in the . sixth and
Bcored three more. Fuji! the first
man drove one to center that look
jn ed" good for two bases but Naito
made a pretty catch of it. Pierra
singled to center and stole second.
Burgess doubled to left center and
Pierra tallied. Roke beat out an in
field hit and Burgess scored when
Yamase tried to pick off third as
he rounded the bag and threw wild.
Roke went to second the play and
then stole third. Lydgate flew to
left which Yamase dropped and Roke
scored. . ,
Conant opened Makaweli's half of
the sixth with a triple to left and
he scored when Yamase flew to
Pierra in deep center. Pierra made
a great running catch taking the
ball over his shoulder.
Lihue went out In one, two, three
order in the seventh and eighth but
Makaweli was making a game ef
fort to tie the score. In the seventh
Wramp opened up the Inning with
a single to right. Hamada sacrific
ed. Watase fanned but Conant
bumped over Okuda's head that su
mida failed to cover and Conant
got a bingle and Wramp scored. T.
Yamase was hit by a pitched ball,
but Nakashima forced him at sec
ond. In the eighth Ah Nee doubled
to the cabbage patch. He moved to
third when Yamase was l going out
at first and scored when Naito
dumped one in front of the plate
and Burgess had to hurry his throw
to get him.
Lydgate opened the ninth for Li
hue by being safe on Watase's boot.
He stole and scored on Robello's
single to center. He stole secoud
and he went to third when Ah Nee
booted Masaru's grounder. Masaru
stole second. Robello scored when
Ah Nee threw late to the plate on
Sumida's Infield tap and Masaru
scored when Nakashima threw wild
trying to bead him oft at the plate.
' Sumida going to second on the play.
He weut to third when Okuda sin
gled to center. Fuji went out Wramp
to Yamase but Pierra scored Su
mida with a fly to center, Okuda
going to third. Burgess scored Oku
da with a single to center, his
fourth hit of the day.
Yamase singled to right in the
ninth with two away but was pick
ed off by a fast throw from Robello.
Koloa Trims Champs
for the Third Time
NO OPENING FOR ALIBI, AS
Koloa's famous hoodo on the Ma
kees demonstrated itself again last
Sunday and the champs again went
down to an inglorious defeat this
time also by one run, the Bcore be
ing 6 to 6.
The tailcnders of the first series
with three ot their regulars away
outplayed the leaders in every de
partment ot the game, and the Ma
kees had no alibi this time, as all
their regulars were In the game.
Costa was rather unsteady, hitting
three batters and walking one to
none for Cummings and Teves, but
the errors of the Makees, both me
chanical and mental, made up for
the slight disadvantage. Nine safe
bingles were registered by Koloa
and eight by the Makees, not a very
big margin on paper, but sufficient
to make Koloa the only team in
the league that can take three out
ot four from the champs this year.
Two sensational catches featured
the game. Kondo of Koloa, running
forward at full speed picked one
off his shoetops that looked like
a sure hit, Teves being the victim
in the third inning. Morita, playing
right for Makee, robbed Raymond
of at least a three-bagger in the
filth, when he rushed to right cen
ter and just managed to grab the
liner over his head.
The Makees started things early
scoring two in the first innning on
two hits and an error, one In the
third on two hits, and two more in
the sixth on two hits, a walk and a
Koloa was unable to do a thing
to Teves for five Innings, not a run
ner reaching first until the sixth.
Here the fireworks started, tour
singles and two timely errors let
ting In two runs, Dot and King du
plicating the Alfonso and Gaston
stunt of "after you.etc," in left cen
ter. The bombardment abated in the
seventh, but started again in the
eighth. Four hits, with Tsunehiro,
Dot, and Lyons all kicking the sphere
around the lot, gave Koloa the ne
cessary margin to win.
The finish was as exciting as
could be hoped for, Doi and Cum
mings depriving their team ot at
least a tie score by the worst kind
of bone-head work witnessed in many
moons. Dot got on thru on an error
in right and Btole second. Morita
lined out to center, after which tried
to steal third and was out a mile.
Lyons hit one over Hondo's head
for a two-bagger, which was wasted
and advanced to third on a wild
pitch. Cummings was hit in the
back by Costa, took first, and stole
second unmolested. For some rea
son known only to himself, he start
ed for third before Costa started to
pitch. Lyons tried to score' when
the ball was thrown to catch Cum
mings, but was out a mile, ending
the game for Koloa's third straight
victory over the Makees.
ab r h po a e
Kondo, If -4 2 2 3 0 0
Ikeda, ss 4 10 3 10
ab r h po a e
Fuji 3b 4 0 1 0 0 0
Pierra, cf 4 2 110 0
Burgess, ss 6 2 4 2 3 1
Roke, If 5 12 0 10
Lydgate, -lb 5 10 9 11
Robello, c 5 1 3 5 3 0
Masaru, rf 5 2 1 4 0 1
Sumida, 2b 5 113 10
Okuda, p 5 2 3 3 6 0
Totals 44 12 16 27 15 3
ab r h po a e
Hamada, 3b 4 0 1 0 2 0
Watase, ss 6 0 0 3 1 2
Conant, rf 5 2 4 1 0 0
M. Yamase, lb 3 0 2 9 0 1
Nakashima, c 4 116 11
Ah Nee, 2b 4 1 3 2 3 1
K. Yamase, It 3 0 1 2 0 1
Naito, ct 4 0 0 3 0 1
Wramp, p 4 1112 0
Totals 36 6 12 27 9 7
Hits and runs by innings:
Lihue 01030300 512
Hits - 13131300 316
Hits 21120221 112
Earned runs: Lihue 7, Makaweli
3. Three base hits, Conant. Two
base hits: Conant, M. Yamase, Ah
Nee, K. Yamase, Burgess, Robello.
Base on balls: oft Okuda 1, off
Wramp 2. Struck out: by Okuda 1,
by Wramp 6. Passed ball: Robello.
Wild pitch: Okuda. Hit by pitcher:
Yamase, Roke. Umpires: Marc&llino
Neal, ct 4
Caesar, c 4
M. Costa, 3 b 3
Raymond, lb 4
Baslo, rf 4
Apiong, 2b 4
Man. Costa, p 4
9 27 17 2
Doi, cf 4 0
Morita rt 4 0
Lyons, 2b 4 0
Cummings, p 0 0
Teves, p 3 0
Totals 30 6 8 27 12
Hits and runs by Innings:
Kola 00000204 06
Hits 00000404 19
Makee 20100200 05
Hits 20201200 18
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2 ' 7 2
Left on bases: Makee 4, Koloa 3
Earned runs: Koloa 2, Makee 4
Two-base hit: Lyons. Sacrifice hits
Yoshida, Soong, Mar. Costa. Stolen
bases: Rodrlgues 2. Yoshida. Doi.
Cummings. Hit by pitcher: Soong
2, Cummings. Bases on balls: off
Costa 1. Struck out: by Costa 3
by Cummings 1, by Teves 6. Wild
pitches: Costa. Passed balls: Caesar
Umpires, Ward and Wopk. Time of
game, 1:55. Scorer O. M. Shak.
KAUAI BASEBALL LEAGUE
STANDINGS OF CLUBS
Club W. L. Pet.
McBryde 4 1 800
Makee 4 2 667
Koloa 3 3 600
Lihue 2 4 333
Makaweli 1 6 200
Lihue 12 Makaweli 6.
Koloa 6 Makee 6.
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