HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - For the second time in as many years, the Campbell Sabers are champions of the Hawaii softball world.
The women of Ewa Beach pummeled their cross-town counterparts from Kapolei early and often in Friday's HHSAA championship game, scoring multiple runs in five of the game's six innings before earning the 12-2 victory.
"My coaches, my team, the ladies worked hard all season," Michael Hermosura told OC16 after the game. "They defended it, and hopefully they can do it again next year. It feels great."
Campbell catcher Jocelyn Alo went 2-3 from the plate and batted in four runs before being named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Chardonn Pantastico scored two runs of her own and sent a third across the plate.
Danielle Cervantes, who also made the all-tournament team, was masterful for Campbell, pitching all six innings and allowing just two runs on three hits, striking out four and walking two.
The rest of the All-Tournament Team is as follows:
Cydney Curran (Campbell)
Laugatausala Pedebone (Kapolei)
Darien Robinson (Campbell)
Hope Casarez (Pearl City)
Kristin Ishii (Mililani)
Ciera Kauhi (Kapolei)
Kristen Frost (Pearl City)
Elisa Favela (Campbell)
Markie Okamoto (Mililani)
Danielle Cervantes (Campbell)
Sadie Kapaku-You (Kapolei)
Most Oustanding Player:
Jocelyn Alo (Campbell).