Younger siblings have their say, Waiakea baseball tops Kam 7-3

  • Waiakea’s Dylan Honda swings and misses Wednesday in Keaau during a 7-3 victory against Kamehameha. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

  • Students from Kamehameha cheer on the Warriors during a baseball game against Waiakea in Keaau on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

  • Kamehameha third baseman Hanalei Warren throws the ball to first during a game against Waiakea in Keaau on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

  • A Waiakea pitcher throws a pitch to Kamehameha during a game in Keaau on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

  • Kamehameha second baseman Keahi Hisashima narrowly misses the ball as Waiakea steals second during a game in Keaau on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

  • Kamehameha third baseman Hanalei Warren looks up to catch the ball during a game against Waiakea in Keaau on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

  • A Waiakea baserunner slides safely into home Wednesday ahead of the throw to Kamehameha’s catcher. Waiakea won 7-3. (Kelsey Walling/Hawaii Tribune-Herald)

KEAAU — It’s the younger brothers’ time to shine for Waiakea, which beat Kamehameha 7-3 in a high school baseball game Wednesday, powered by the siblings of former BIIF standouts in various sports.