Sid was probably the dominant pitcher of his era, just like Tats was in his era. 10+ strikeouts seemed to be the norm. They were so dominating that I only remember when they lost.
The two were virtually untouchable, I first saw tats pitch in the PAL bronco championship, like a man among boys.
For example, one loss (I don't know if there were any more!) was in 1980. He lost a regular season pitching duel against Wayne Takamori and Castle, 2-1 (I think) at Aloha Stadium. It was a big deal then. Sid later beat Wayne and Castle in the State tournament semifinals, I believe. As a result, Sid was not available to pitch in the State championship game against Kamehameha, which beat Kaiser's no.2 pitcher (I think his name was Lawrence Fukuoka). An even more trivial tidbit from 1980 was that Castle played BIIF champ Hilo in the first round, and faced and beat Hilo ace Reed Sunahara (yes, the All State Basketball player, Volleyball All American at UCLA and current Cincinnati Women's VB coach). Sunahara's was unbeaten with an E.R.A. of 0.00 going into the State tournament, if I recall correctly. I think Guy Ogawa was on the mound for Castle.
As for Tats, I recall that McKinley beat him and Aiea in an OIA title game, and Aiea later went on to win
Amazing recall Duster, Just wanted to add a little more trivia about the only game Tats lost in his senior year. I remember Eric Tokunaga was the shortstop and Ron Nomura the catcher for Mckinley in that 1975 OIA championship game. I remember it because I thought that Tokunaga was supposed to play for Kaimuki, being that he was the Alii's (Kapahulu) main player. Aiea lost 1-0.