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Nation's top team drops 'Iolani

By Paul Honda

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The force was with the 'Iolani Raiders, but even the home team couldn't keep Quinn Cook from bombing away.

The Raiders battled inside and out against mighty Oak Hill (Va.), but Cook rained in six 3-pointers and finished with 31 points as the nation's top-ranked team won going away, 81-53, last night in the quarterfinals of the 'Iolani Classic.

"Quinn seemed to carry us tonight. He's not a jet, but he can still get by guys," Oak Hill coach Steve Smith said.

High-flying Ben McLemore had 13 points, including a soaring dunk that began just inside the foul line, and versatile Damien Wilson added 12 points.

Cook, a point guard who has committed to Duke, has already demonstrated the best facets of his game. The 6-foot-1 senior had 16 assists in an opening-round win over Moanalua. Then came last night's shooting clinic: 6-for-7 from beyond the arc.

"They went zone, so I got open a couple of times and got myself going," he said. "I got my defender off the dribble and got my teammates involved."

Cook is now averaging 24 points and 11.5 assists per game in the tourney. Though he learned the art of passing from watching Jason Williams, his favorite player is Kobe Bryant.

"He knows when to take over a game or get everyone else involved," Cook said. "He has the killer mentality. I don't have his game, but I try to take his mentality."

That was necessary on a night when 'Iolani's muscle in the paint, along with a 2-3 matchup zone, forced the nation's No. 1 team to exercise patience. 'Iolani had just 11 turnovers against Oak Hill's trapping, man-to-man defense.

"We played their tempo," coach Steve Smith said of his team, which scored 108 points in its tourney opener. "We had a hard time getting sped up."

Oak Hill zoomed to an 11-2 lead, but was sometimes clunky against 'Iolani's zone. A baseline jumper by Duke Pauli brought the Raiders within 19-11 late in the first quarter, but 6-11 A.J. Hammons ended the stanza with a dunk, and Oak Hill went on a 14-4 run.

Trevyn Tulonghari's 3-pointer and baseline floater brought the Raiders within 38-22 before the half. 'Iolani, ranked No. 2 in Hawaii, shot 9-for-25 in the first half, with most of the misses on wide-open perimeter tries.

"Well, I'm never happy to lose, but in preparation for the ILH, this game taught us a lot of things," Raiders coach Dean Shimamoto said. "What we do gets us opportunities, even against the most athletic teams."

 

At 'Iolani gym
Oak Hill 21 17 21 22 -- 81
'Iolani 11 11 20 11 -- 53

OAK HILL--Quinn Cook 31, Daniel Gomis 2, Keith Hornsby 6, Jordan Adams 7, A.J. Hammons 8, Brandon Ward 2, Ben McLemore 13, R.J. Curington 0, Jourdan Stickler 0, Damien Wilson 12.
IOLANI-- Jourdan Simmonds 2, Drew Uchiyama 0, Reece Foy 0, Reid Saito 4, Kainoa Scheer 7, Josiah Sukumaran 2, Austin O'Leary 0, Trevyn Tulonghari 11, Gabriel Vega 12, Andrew Okimura 1, Adam Ching 6, Keahi Hogan 2, Duke Pauli 6.
3-point goals--Oak Hill 10 (Cook 6, Wilson 2, Adams, McLemore). 'Iolani 5 (Tulonghari 3, Ching 2).

 

No. 1 Kamehameha 63, Kaimuki 47

The top-ranked Warriors easily took care of business over the Bulldogs, leading by 11 points at the half. Kamehameha's Micah Christenson recorded a game-high 20 points.

 

At 'Iolani gym
Kaimuki 10 10 15 12 -- 47
Kamehameha 14 17 16 16 -- 63

KAIMUKI--Nicholas Motellang 4, Mason Kualii-Moe 13, Chester Sua 3, Tevin Nishiyama 6, Siosi Halaapiapi 2, Jordan Gestrich 2, Ken Hashimoto 0, Dio Talung 11, Sivi Lio Kelekolio 0, Jonn Kakitani 4, A.J. Dejesus 2, Maui Travis 0, Tim Tolenoa 0.
KAMEHAMEHA-- Dyrbe Enos 13, Frank Ho 4, Micah Christenson 20, Brandon Orpillia 3, Davis Achong 5, Makoa Camanse-Stevens 2, Trent Park 3, J.T. Campbell 2, Charlton Tang 0, Gavin Lagrange 3, Shane Yoshida 6, Zerin Parker 2.
3-point goals--Kaimuki 5 (Talung 3, Kakitani, Nishiyama). Kamehameha 7 (Christenson 4, Enos 2, Park).

 

No. 6 Academy of the Pacific 54, No. 9 Mililani 37

Behind Michael Urcia's four 3-pointers, the Dolphins defeated the Trojans on the third day of the 'Iolani Classic.

 

At 'Iolani gym
AOP 15 23 5 11 -- 54
Mililani 8 8 9 12 -- 37

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC--Michael Urcia 14, Carter Kauwehaole 0, Moritz Krume 9, Micah Dunhour 6, Wilson Macloed 0, Drew Vienna 7, David Daniel 2, Kona Makaula 10, Sam Orcutt 0, Kyan Furtado 2, Marchall Gourley 4.
MILILANI-- Damon Shimabukuro 0, Brady Spiridigliozzi 4, Trent McKinney 2, Kyle Ortiz 0, Kaimihoku Wilson 2, Josh Lenchanko 8, Robbie Griffin 2, Alex Bumgarner 4, Hassan Richardson 8, Ervan Jean Pierre 6, Taylor Tuia 1, Joshua Stevens 0.
3-point goals--Academy of the Pacific 4 (Urcia 4). Mililani none.

 

No. 7 Moanalua 65, Radford 62, 3OT

In what may have been the most exciting game in the 'Iolani Classic so far, Na Menehune outlasted the Rams in triple overtime.

 

At 'Iolani gym
Radford 9 10 11 11 10 4 7 -- 62
Moanalua 12 10 13 6 10 4 10 -- 65

RADFORD--T.J. Reid 11, Wayne Keyes Jr. 0, Dominique Huggins 2, Steven Watkins 4, Nahshon George 11, Zach Pelzl 7, Tevita Baravilala 13, Maika Ulufale 2, Dorsey Norris 10, Roscoe Kalilikane 2.
MOANALUA--Bronson Kepa 0, Aaron Davis 2, Keven Amaral 11, Dexter Williams 13, Wesley Armbrust 22, Brandon Guerreo 0, Dominique Jones 2, Carl Ko 0, Dillon Turk 9, Richard Villasenor 6.
3-point goals--Radford 2 (Reid 2). Moanalua 2 (Amaral, Armburst).

 

Tsinghua (China) 50, Saint Louis 30

Zeqi Wang's game-high 22 points powered Tsinghua to a 20-point victory over the Crusaders at the 'Iolani Classic.

 

At 'Iolani gym
Saint Louis 8 9 11 2 -- 30
Tsinghua 14 12 15 9 -- 50

SAINT LOUIS--Keenan Ayau-Paulos 0, Eli Teo 0, Quinn Arakawa 5, Acen Cabral 0, Nate Mantanona 8, Starr Sua 3, JV Caires 2, Max Botticelli 3, Kurt Vegas 2, Kamalei Correa 2, Jared Tomaszek 0, Nick Smith 3, Reeve Kohler 2.
TSINGHUA-- Kai Guo 8, Yilin Zhao 1, Yuanhao Zhang 0, Jian Guo 0, Enzhuo Wang 2, Zeqi Wang 22, Zeshi Liu 13, Shijia Sun 2, Ziyu Hou 2.
3-point goals--Saint Louis 5 (Mantanona 2, Arakawa, Boticelli, Smith). Tsinghua 4 (Liu 2, Wang 2). Saint Louis 5 (Mantanona 2, Arakawa, Boticelli, Smith).

Dr. Phillips (Fla.) 63, Wheeler (Ga.) 62
High scorers--DP: Darius Andrews 21, Shane Larkin 18; Whe: Charles Mitchell 22, Karriem Simmons 15, Nigel Snipes 11.

Montverde (Fla.) 59, Lexington (Ky.) 47
High scorers--Mont: Steve Missi 22, Jason Pimentel 12, DeForest Carter 11. Lex: Taylor Martin 19, Seth Beckham 13.

Mount Vernon (N.Y.) 59, Mason County (Ky.) 53
High scorers--MV: Jabarie Hinds 22, Isaiah Cousins 14. MC: Treg Setty 24, Jordan Gilbert 11.

 

ILH DIVISION I BOYS
Mid-Pacific 63, Damien 41

Shawn Dobovan tossed in 21 points and Patrick Matthews added 13 as the Owls jumped on top of the Monarchs early and cruised to victory.

 

At Kahuku gym
Damien (0-3) 8 12 8 13 -- 41
MPI (2-2) 23 13 15 12 -- 63

DAMIEN--AJ Lee 4, Alvern Ribao 0, Syles Choy 0, Dylan Yonamine-Baysa 12, Rusty Kauahikaua 5, Oliver Shaw 0, Ashton Obrero 6, Jesse Correa 0, Benjamin Gochenouer 1, Nate Ariola 0, Jed Lim 2, Lonn Iwashita 11, Taylor Abordo 0.
MID-PACIFIC--Jordan Doi 2, Terrence Tenjoma 9, Trey Kubota 0, Shawn Dobovan 21, Matthew Ohtani 2, Taylor Narimatsu 2, Tryston Fagarang 0, Patrick Matthews 13, Brent Yee 6, Matthew Carland 8, Titus Failauga 0 .
3-point goals--Damien 1 (Lee). Mid-Pacific 7 (Dobovan 4, Tenjoma 2, Carland).

 

ILH DIVISION II BOYS
Kamehameha II 54, Maryknoll 46

Beau Jordan Oshiro, Manaolana Salvani and Max Castanera each scored 10 points as the Warriors defeated the Spartans.

 

At Kamehameha gym
Maryknoll (0-3) 10 14 9 13 -- 46
Kamehameha II (2-0) 15 13 9 17 -- 54

MARYKNOLL--Travis Patoc 4, Jordan Thomas 9, Conrad Chong 7, Kevin Bratt 0, Bandon Hinck 7, Jeremy Talbo 0, Neil Nolan Santos 0, Mitchel Mizuguchi 6,
Matthew Mun 3, Kevin McLain 0, Bradford Lum 2, Ian Morocco 0, Kaelen Hirashiki 8, Brian Silva 0.
KAMEHAMEHA--Keanu Haina 7, Beau Jordan Oshiro 10, Kieran Watson 7, Matthew Cieslak 3, Tyler-James Balderas 0, Justyce Kim-Hewlen 0, Manaolana Salvani 10, Max Castanera 10, Tyren Hepa 7.
3-point goals--Maryknoll 3 (Chong, Hirashiki, Mun). Kamehameha 2 (Haina, Hepa).

 

University 64, Saint Louis II 39

Three Junior 'Bows racked up double digits in an easy victory over the Crusaders.

 

At University gym
Saint Louis II (1-1) 10 2 10 17 -- 39
University (1-0) 12 18 18 16 -- 64

SAINT LOUIS--King Patrocinio 3, Thayer Schmitz 4, Ross Nogami 11, Skyler Singston 0, Kala McShane 4, Joel Letoto 3, Leighton Chang 0, Andrew Pacarro 1, Alex Pacheco 7, Brandon Mitsunaga 0, Johnathan Greig 0, Kila Kanae 6, James Lewis 0, Joseph Kea 0.
UNIVERSITY--Andrew Camencia 10, Eugene Malvar 0, Ryan Alvarado 12, Joe Choy 2, Nalu O'Connor 13, Cameron Conant 7, Gui Aires 8, Peter Fee 4, Ben Keller 8.
3-point goals--Saint Louis 3 (Patrocinio, Schmitz, Letoto). University 2 (Camencia, O'Connor).

 

Hawaii Baptist 74, 'Iolani II 72

The Eagles outscored the Raiders 25-19 in the final quarter to claim the win.

 

At Hawaii Baptist gym
'Iolani II (1-1) 14 21 12 25 -- 72
Hawaii Baptist (2-0) 14 23 18 19 -- 74

IOLANI-- Maika Kealoha 12, Trey Muraoka 0, Shovan Datta 8, Shane Killeen 3, Tracy Young 1, Joshua Hannum 6, Schuyler Shigemura 1, Taylor Lau 3, Brandon Kaiura 14, Shayd Shinsato 14, Austin Gima 8, Aaron Nojima 2, Jonathan Like-Uehara 0.
HAWAII BAPTIST--Chasen Fukuda 5, Travis Teramae 0, Jun Fritz 18, Brennan Lee 1, Kalei Hosaka 6, Landry Kiyabu 15, Sage Chun-Bulseco 17, Jordan Kauwe 2, Nathan Le 4, Caleb Gaskins 4, Michael Fisher 2, John Hirokawa 0.
3-point goals--'Iolani 8 (Shinsato 4, Kealoha, Killeen, Lau, Kaiura). Hawaii Baptist 8 (Fritz 3, Chun-Bulseco 3, Fukuda, Hosaka).
Junior varsity--Hawaii Baptist 59, Pacific Buddhist Academy 30

Junior varsity boys
Damien 41, University 36
Maryknoll 78, Lanakila Baptist 36
Mid-Pacific 45, Kamehameha White 41
Punahou Blue 41, Kamehameha Blue 40
Punahou Gold 49, 'Iolani 41
Saint Louis 50, Hanalani 36
Junior varsity girls
Kamehameha White 36, Punahou Blue 26
Punahou Gold 42, Kamehameha Blue 28

 

OIA RED EAST BOYS
Late Friday
Roosevelt 58, Kalani 32

Senior forward Kaipo Pale had 12 points, 17 rebounds and six assists as the Rough Riders rode a big second half.

 

At Kalani gym
Roosevelt (3-1) 10 7 15 26 -- 58
Kalani (2-2) 9 6 7 19 -- 32

ROOSVELT--Micah Ikari 9, Ese Tago 2, Cozia Chapman Jr. 1, Brendan Nakatani 14, Johnson Delos Santos 3, Pono Patoc 0, Kaipo Pale 12, Asten Koki 11, Troy Nakasuji 1, J.J. Mariano 3, Nick Samifua 2, Rahni Fisher 0.
KALANI--Imani Washington 4, Remy Omori 3, Kevin Lei 0, Kory Kashiwabara 0, Tatsuya Ono 11, Takezo Iguchi 0, Benson Leung 10, Jordan Yogi 0, Nick Huth 2, Sam Kahalewai 1, Nick Gamboa 0.
3-point goals--Roosevelt 1 (Mariano). Kalani 3 (Iguchi, Omori, Ono).
Junior varsity--Roosevelt 58, Kalani 44.

 

Le Jardin Invitational

Island Pacific Academy 55, Christian Academy 35
McMath Secondary (Canada) 43, Christian Academy 10
Punahou II 58, McMath Secondary (Canada) 37
Island Pacific Academy 76, Punahou II 59
High scorers--IPA: Theo Duplechain 16; CA: Ethan Reyes 16; MS: four players tied with 6; CA: Micah Sugiura 5; Pun: Matt Taniguchi 16; MS: Josh Parkes 13; IPA: Theo Duplechain 29, Jason Brenner 22; Pun: Matt Taniguchi 16, Lokahi Musui 13.

 

Pete Smith Classic

Hanalani 60, Pahoa 47
Honokaa 54, Waimea 37
Hawaii Prep 31, Seaquam (B.C.) 29
Melbourne Grammar 40, Kalaheo 22
High scorers--Pah: Devin Gonsalves 17, Sonny Miguel 16; Han: Kainoa Petersen 18, Aaron Schoniwitz 12; Hon: Alika Alip 17, Mana Daog 14, Malu Akiona 13; Waim: Vinda Carineo 9; HPA: Dakota Berman 13, Rokes Cesnuleuiuw 10; Sea: Mike O'Toole 18; MG: Dean Pineau 11, Simon Clark 10; Kalh: Joshua Ko 7.

 

St. Anthony Invitational

St. Anthony 54, Campbell 34
Hilo 61, King Kekaulike 48
Baldwin 53, Kealakehe 40
Corona (Calif.) 64, Seabury Hall 40
High scorers--Camp: Jarrin Bannister 8, Allan Otanes 8. SA: Preston Nasanda 20; Hilo: Randen Berinobis 15, Kalei Amorin 11. KK: Jansen Agapay 13, Jacob Habron 10. Bal: Pasoni Tasini 13, Timmy Pang 12; Kea: Deion Utrera 17; Cor: Marco Hazelwood 19, Jarrett Kiefer 11; SH: Phelan Pagano 21.
Tournament high scorers: Marco Hazelwood (Corona) 46, Phelan Pagano (Seabury Hall) 46
3-point winner: Allan Otanes, Campbell
All-Tournament Team--Bal: Gabriel Ross; SH: Dylan King, Phelan Pagano; Cor: Jarrett Kiefer, Marco Hazelwood.

 

ILH division I girls
No. 6 'Iolani 65, No. 8 Mid-Pacific 61

Kylie Maeda and Taimane Passi scored 14 points each to lead the Raiders over the Owls.

 

At Mid-Pacific gym
'Iolani (3-2) 12 15 21 17 -- 65
Mid-Pacific (3-3) 14 15 15 17 -- 61

'IOLANI--Kylie Maeda 14, Saphyre Rezentes 12, Klein Masutani 0, Katie Tom 2, Jelene Wong 3, Erin Napier 2, Kaitlyn Shikada 2, Abrianna Johnson-Edwards 3, Lahela Usui 7, Loxley Keala 0, Alyssa Li'ili'i 0, Alex Masaquel 6, Taimane Passi 14.
MID-PACIFIC--Kiki Robertson 14, Mahina Docktor 4, Taylor Babbitt 14, Ashley Yamachika 20, Camille Ganahl 4, Kirstie Sugimoto 0, Jordan Joy 1, Megan Kinoshita 4.
3-point goals--'Iolani 5 (Maeda, Rezentes, Wong, Johnson-Edwards, Usui). Mid-Pacific 6 (Yamachika 4, Robertson 2).

 

ILH Division II girls
Maryknoll 48, Kamehameha II 46

Ashley Agcaoili poured in 25 points to lift the Spartans over the Warriors.

 

At Kamehameha gym
Maryknoll 17 8 14 9 -- 48
Kamehameha II 14 11 14 7 -- 46

MARYKNOLL--Amanda Busmente 0, Taylor Wong 5, Kimiko Mitchell 4, Ashley Agcaoili 25, Alexis Vila 0, Cianna Ochoco 1, Ashlee DeSantos 7, Athena Adora 6.
KAMEHAMEHA--Christyn Kamaka 5, Skye Young 0, Jessica Jelf-Albert 12, Arianna Daskauskas 2, Arrisa Thronas, 0 Tyana Akana 2, Brandilee Alexander 7, Katrina Dreier 0, Misty Caspino 8, Kapelekua Gramberg 10, Amber Manini 0.
3-point goals--Maryknoll 3 (Agcaoili 2, Wong). Kamehameha 1 (Kamaka).

 

Hawaii Baptist 43, 'Iolani II 36

Ashlyn Yokoyama scored a game-high 12 points for the Raiders, but it wasn't enough to defeat the Eagles at home.

 

At Hawaii Baptist gym
'Iolani II (5-1) 7 4 11 14 -- 36
HBA (5-1) 8 10 15 10 -- 43

IOLANI--Kelly Cournoyer 0, Ashlyn Yokoyama 12, Cari Anne Nada 0, Siena Simmons 0, Cori Whang 0, Zoe Palmer 0, Sophia Asing-Yuen 0, Ashley Yoshioka 0, Stasha Eliu 0, Malia Ma 4, Melemau Halaifonua 4, Alisha Kodama 5, Leahna Luke 0, Khayden Gabriel 6, Teru Okamoto 5.
HAWAII BAPTIST--Kanoelani Yadao 1, Amber Au 2, Rebecca Dang 5, Kimberly Au 8, Jennifer Uehara 5, Reana Lee 6, Jordin Ramos 7, Jami-Lyn Grumling 4, Kayla Yamamoto 2, Chazley Baitlon 0, Nicole Shiroma 0, Lauren Sumida 3.
3-point goals--'Iolani 4 (Yokoyama 3, Gabriel). Hawaii Baptist none.
Junior varsity--Hawaii Baptist 33, Hanalani 29.

 

University 60, La Pietra 37

Kianalei Machida finished with 20 points, as the Junior 'Bows smothered the Panthers.

 

At University gym
La Pietra (2-6) 6 11 9 11 -- 37
University (5-0) 17 6 20 17 -- 60

LA PIETRA--Kiana Ho'ohuli 4, Angelina Ishiki 2, Veronica Thomas 0, Sarah Aref 0, Joy Winslow 3, Salote Lopes-Liutolo 13, Monique Smith 15.
UNIVERSITY--Kimiki Matsuda-Lawrence 0, Kassandra Sanchez 0, Tiffany Ulep 0, Kianalei Machida 20, Quynne Eharis 14, Querena Natividad 8, Crystal Wang 5, Channelle Maldonado 13, Janse Rasmussen 0, Ashlee Ai 0.
3-point goals--La Pietra 1 (Winslow). University 6 (Maldonado 4, Machida 2).
Junior varsity--University 55, La Pietra 23

 

OIA Red east girls
No. 7 Farrington 62, Kahuku 51

The Governors held off the Red Raiders with a strong second half, led by Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo, who finished with 27 points.

 

At Kahuku gym
Farrington (6-1) 8 14 18 22 -- 62
Kahuku (2-5) 15 8 7 21 -- 51

FARRINGTON--Sierra-Marie Wong 2, Diena Peterson 0, Ashley Savusa 2, Peti Timoteo 0, Sallie Lazaro 0, Chasity Scanlan-Sevao 3, Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo 27, Koleti Siliga 2, Tereena Aivao 3, Emilia Iopu 0, Kirsten Liana 18, Leilani Mageo-Pacheco 5.
KAHUKU--Fiatagata Tailele-Latu 9, Tihane Kamae 2, Kaylynn Latu 0, Rachel Tailele 11, Jaelynn Kaio 7, Jessica Falemalu 6, Temutisa Teo 2, Allyson Teo 0, Tyra Williams 6, Suva Tapusao 0, Joshy Noga 3, Mata Tonga 5.
3-point goals--Farrington 2 (Tatupu-Leopoldo, Scanlan-Sevao). Kahuku 4 (Tailele-Latu, Tailele, Falemalu, Tonga).
Junior varsity--Score not reported.

 

No. 9 Kaiser 54, Kaimuki 33

Despite trailing after the first quarter, the Cougars found their rhythm and picked up the win over the Bulldogs.

 

At Kaimuki gym
Kaiser (6-0) 12 16 11 15 -- 54
Kaimuki (4-4) 14 6 2 11 -- 33

KAISER--Micaela Bitanga 5, Kristi Arellano 1, Kiani Kaahaaina 12, Kiana Nakai 6, Tiana Miyashiro 2, Meleana Adams 12, Shelby Pa 4, Makana Borden 10, Courtney Phillips 2.
KAIMUKI--Connie Aikau 6, Alison Pologa 7, Krysta Yasui 6, Julia Soares 1, Keana Paez 8, Letisha Fa'asoa 5, Dejah Fa'asoa 0, Valarie Wilson 0, Mindy Balos 0.
3-point goals--Kaiser 4 (Adams 2, Bitanga, Kaahaaina). Kaimuki 1 (L. Fa'asoa).
Junior varsity--Kaiser 54, Kaimuki 27

 

Castle 46, Roosevelt 41

Cailee Awa scored 14 points and Leisha Liilii had 12 as the Knights came from behind in the fourth quarter to beat the Rough Riders.

 

At Roosevelt gym
Castle (2-5) 8 12 12 14 -- 46
Roosevelt (3-5) 16 10 10 5 -- 41

CASTLE--Cailee Awa 14, Kaisha Dacosin 0, Leisha Liilii 12, Amber Almeida 0, Brittany Hawn 8, Dayna Lau 0, Brittney Lane 5, Joshell Lilio 5, Tehani Umiamaka 2, Brooke Kaululaau 0 .
ROOSEVELT--Breyana Dutro-Solomua 4, Jolie Kawasaki 1, Kira Arruda 16, Abcde Furuta-Harada 5, Cameo Tamala 2, Aimee Taniguchi 12, Krystle Chung 0, Anuhea Kanealii 1.
3-point goals--Castle 2 (Hawn). Roosevelt 1 (Arruda).
Junior varsity--Castle 37, Roosevelt 30
Junior varsity--Farrington 38, Kaimuki 22

 

OIA Red west girls
No. 10 Kapolei 67, Waipahu 29

Kayla Fuatagi had a game-high 13 points to lead the unbeaten Hurricanes past the Marauders in league play.

 

At Kapolei gym
Waipahu (1-7) 2 7 9 11 -- 29
Kapolei (8-0) 12 21 11 13 -- 67

WAIPAHU--Geneva Balladares 6, Patrisha Malala 9, Ana Batan 1, Sheryl Vermudez 1, Tammy Viliamu 0, Mika Pajas 0, Angie Siamanu 1, Rina Valencia 0, Catrina Masaniai 10, Sherry Lewis 1.
KAPOLEI--Toe Motu 10, Kaity Wills 10, Noelle Garland , Paige Kaea 1, Carly Gaea 6, Kawehi Hagi 9, Aija Johnson 4, Tamar Rodrigues 4, Kayla Fuatago 13.
3-point goals--Waipahu none. Kapolei 2 (Wills 2).
Junior varsity--Kapolei 41, Waipahu 36.

 

Campbell 47, Leilehua 30

Behind Chassie Ernst's game-high 23 points, the Sabers defeated the visiting Mules.

 

At Campbell gym
Leilehua (3-5) 13 4 1 12 -- 30
Campbell (5-2) 3 7 17 20 -- 47

LEILEHUA--Mitzie Morales 0, Sydney Lee-Manzano 0, Summer Bastro 0, Pomai Parker 11, Carissa McBride 2, Tiffany Reyher 7, Brittany Carr 2, Mariah Ross 8.
CAMPBELL--Liza Bantolina 13, Chantay Samante 6, Kealohi Akiyama 3, Courtney Hornos 2, Robyn Padilla 0, C.J. Valeriano 0, Ipo Achiu 0, Ashlyn Maria 0, Chassie Ernst 23.
3-point goals--Leilehua 2 (Parker, Reyher). Campbell 2 (Bantolina 2).
Junior varsity--Campbell 36, Leilehua 31

 

Pearl City 45, Mililani 42

The Chargers rallied from a slow first quarter to take down the Trojans. Sabrina Angle and Dani Magana racked up 15 and 13 points for Pearl City.

 

At Mililani gym
Pearl City (5-3) 6 16 13 10 -- 45
Mililani (4-4) 12 12 12 6 -- 42

PEARL CITY--Sabrina Angle 15, Adrienne Jean Sylva 7, Shay Alterado 0, Rachel Look 0, Dani Magana 13, Tiari Walker 7, Shawni Cayetano-Ramos 0, Robi Kami 0, Sierra Mendiola 3.
MILILANI--Moriah Blackmon 4, Kaylee Torres 11, Kellie Sakai 9, Kapili Amamalin 4, Kayla Wright 3, Jasmyne Garay 0, Kawehi Pilakowski 5, Nayla Long 6.
3-point goals--Pearl City 4 (Angle 3, Jean Sylva). Mililani 5 (Torres 2, Sakai, Wright, Pilakowski).
Junior varsity--Mililani 28, Pearl City 3

 

OIA WHITE GIRLS
Kalaheo 43, Anuenue 12

Lindsey Unsell scored a team-high nine points, while Kaulu Perry had seven points and dished out 12 assists as the Mustangs trampled Na Koa.

 

At Kalaheo gym
Anuenue (0-7) 3 2 3 4 -- 12
Kalaheo (5-2) 15 15 10 3 -- 43

ANUENUE--Kaulawena Halemano 0, Nalani Kanahele 0, Kahala Kaowili 6, Lahela Taua 6, Napua Silva 0, Anuhea Silva 0.
KALAHEO--Lindsey Unsell 9, Kim Cauaco 6, Kaulu Perry 7, Gabby Clark 2, Tiffany Harada 0 , Aysia Burnett 2, Wren Fukada 0, Jade Martins 6, Rebekah Kauhlbaum 8, Jordy Smith 3.
3-point goals--Anuenue 1 (Taua). Kalaheo 2 (Perry, Smith).

 

Kalani 75, Waianae 57

Corie Kuia scored 13 of her game-high 33 points in the second quarter as the unbeaten Falcons cruised past the Seariders.

 

At Waianae gym
Kalani (8-0) 13 23 18 21 -- 75
Waianae (2-5) 11 15 12 19 -- 57

KALANI--Kimberly Sakamoto 4, Carly Kakuda 6, Corie Kuia 33, Rose Alama 0, Taylor Murai 2, Alex Rogers 0, Kristi Belshe 19, Kaiana Iaea 8, Marissa Sumida 3, Tiani Maafala 0.
WAIANAE--Maccyn Samisoni 9, Lacy Manuel 2, Kaitlyn Kaahaaina 2, Emily Simons 15, Brittany Perry18, Mary Keaulana-Riotutar 0, Leilani Atuatasi 9, Maile Awai-Cortado 0, Tiana Johnson 2.
3-point goals--Kalani 9 (Kuia 4, Belshe 4, Sumida). Waianae 1 (Atuatasi).
Junior varsity--Kalani 31, Waianae 23.

 

Nanakuli 69, Kailua 46

The Golden Hawks led 25-4 after the first quarter and never looked back en route to an easy league win over the visiting Surfriders.

 

At Nanakuli gym
Kailua (1-7) 4 10 15 17 -- 46
Nanakuli (5-1) 25 14 14 16 -- 69

KAILUA--Nani Daniluck 0, Asia-Lynn Butin 5, Malia Pearson 3, Johnna Pedro 6, Taylor Souza 21, Kuulei Nuuhiwa 2, Brianna Kassebeer 4, Kristina Kamau'u 0, Jasmin Holley 5.
NANAKULI--Kirstie Rosa 23, Jasmine Saole 25, Tiare Kaopua 0, Champagne Iokia-Padua 9, Queen Emma Sale 5, Noel Fernandez 0, Ututau Mapu 2, Kehaulani Silva 3, Stephanie Kalili 2, Vanalynn Niumata 0.
3-point goals--Kailua 4 (Souza 4). Nanakuli 2 (Iokia-Padua, Saole).
Junior varsity--Kailua 36, Nanakuli 24

 

Radford 49, McKinley 44

Imani Wimbush scored 16 points as the visiting Rams beat the Tigers. With the win, Radford remains unbeaten in league play.

 

At McKinley gym
Radford (7-0) 9 18 11 11 -- 49
McKinley (4-4) 5 15 15 9 -- 44

RADFORD--Imani Wimbush 16, E'Lexeus Evans 2, Rachell Kapesi 8, Kelsey Bash 8, Jemory Castro 7, Sanoe Tuitele 2, Korie Johnson 6.
MCKINLEY--Miranda Schmillen 0, Tiare Sugui 22, Yoon Ryu 4, Jordan Mills 6, Micahn Luecke 1, Sybil Coryell 7, Danielle Vu 2, Tino Mulitauaopele 2 .
3-point goals--Radford 1 (Bash). McKinley 5 (Sugui 4, Coryell).
Junior varsity--Radford 41, McKinley 30

 






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