Kamehameha crushes Maui High 14-3

April 7, 2011, 10:49 AM HST · Updated April 7, 10:49 AM

By Fred Guzman

This is the kind of score Maui High baseball teams are used to winning by. But last night, it was the Sabers who were on the receiving end of a major spanking.

Kamehameha-Maui rode a four-hit outing by right-hander Cody Pundyke, amassed 10 hits – including a solo homer by Pono Hoopii — and capitalized on 10 walks and one hit batsman over five innings for a 14-3 romp past Maui High in the opener of a three-game series.

The victory improved the Warriors’ MIL record to 5-2.


Maui High, meantime, fell to 4-6 and seemingly will have to make some big noise during the MIL post-season event in order to again qualify for the state tournament.

Defending state runnerup Baldwin maintained a two-game lead in Division-I with a 7-0 mark by romping to a 13-2, five-inning victory over King Kekaulike in the other game of the double-header at Iron Maehara Stadium.

Baldwin broke the game open by scoring nine runs in the second inning, dropping Kekaulike’s record to 2-5. Lahainaluna is idle this week has a 2-7 record.

The Division-I matchups remain the same today.

In softball action yesterday, Baldwin routed the King Kekaulike girls 13-3 in six innings and Kamehameha defeated Maui High 7-5.


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