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Oak Hill captures 'Iolani Classic title

By Paul Honda

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They didn't get many style points, but Oak Hill is all about the bottom line.

That comes with winning, of course. The Warriors of Virginia endured a slower pace by 14th-ranked Montverde Academy (Fla.) en route to 58-44 win last night in the final of the 'Iolani Classic.

Guard Quinn Cook led the way with 22 points on 9-for-15 shooting. The Duke-bound guard also dished out five assists and earned most valuable player honors on the all-tournament team.

"I was fortunate enough to play for (Montverde coach Kevin) Sutton on our national team, so I knew what to expect," Cook said. "He has great teams. He's a great coach."

Jordan Adams, named the tourney's most outstanding player, led a solid frontcourt effort with nine points and 14 rebounds. Ben McLemore, who joined Adams and Cook on the all-tourney team, added nine points.

The Warriors, who moved up to No. 1 in the USA Today Super 25 last week, improved to 15-0. They outrebounded a big Montverde squad 29-19, but had some problems in the first half with the Eagles' 2-1-2 press. The Warriors settled down in the third quarter, anchored by a superb man-to-man defense.

Center Daniel Gomis, a 6-foot-9 senior, nullified most of Montverde's post offense. The Eagles, who shot 3-for-23 in the first half, finished 16-for-49 (32 percent).

The rest was a matter of patience and execution for Oak Hill, which captured its fifth Classic crown.

"Coach gave me the keys to the car," Cook said of Steve Smith, who recorded his 800th career win on Saturday against host 'Iolani.

"I knew we were playing real good on the defensive end, so I felt good. We got going on offense in the second half, finally," Smith said.

A flurry of turnovers by Montverde sparked a 9-4 run in the third quarter, including alley-oop dunks from Cook to A.J. Hammons and the sky-walking McLemore.

Montverde got no closer than 11 the rest of the night.

Cook's father, Ted, died two years ago. The guard wore a T-shirt bearing his father's photo in pregame.

"If he was here, he'd say, 'Stay humble,' " Cook said.

 

At 'Iolani

MonteVerde 5 8 15 16 -- 44
Oak Hill 8 11 20 19 -- 58
MONTEVERDE--Oscar Torres 0, Christ Davenport 0, Kasey Hill 8, Paul Gombwer 2, Patricio Garino 0, DeForest Carter 8, Jose Rodriguez 5, Kyle Simmons 0, Steve Missi 16, Jason Pimentel 4, Joe De La Rosa 1.

OAK HILL--Quinn Cook 22, Daniel Gomis 3, Jordan Adams 9, AJ Hammons 6, Ben McLemore 9, RJ Curington 0, Damien Wilson 9.

3-point goals--Monte Verde 1 (Hill). Oak Hill 4 (Cook 3, Wilson)

 

All-Tournament Team

Treg Setty, Mason County
Micah Dunhour, Academy of the Pacific
Micah Christensen, Kamehameha
Shane Larkin, Dr. Phillips
Charles Mitchell, Wheeler
Trevyn Tulonghari, 'Iolani
Steve Missi, Montverde
Taylor Martin, Lexington Catholic
Mason Kualii-Moe, Kaimuki
Zeqi Wang, Tsinghua
Wesley Armbrust, Moanalua
Jordan Adams, Oakhill
Jabarie Hinds, Mount Vernon
Patricio Garino, Montverde
Scott Schuette, Lexington Catholic
Most Outstanding Player: Ben McLemore, Oak Hill Academy
Most Valuable Player: Quinn Cook, Oak Hill Academy

 

'Iolani classic

'No. 2 Iolani 48, Mason County (Ky.) 45

Josiah Sukumaran and Trevyn Tulonghari scored 12 points each to lead the Raiders past the Royals.

Jordan Gilbert scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, for Mason County.

At 'Iolani gym

Mason County 14 11 10 10 -- 45
'Iolani 11 15 10 12 -- 48

MASON COUNTY--Zaire Henry 2, Jordan Gilbert 18, Josh Harris 4, Connor Osborne 0, Tyler Black 7, Steven Chambers 0, Treg Setty 14, Josh Menefee 0.

'IOLANI--Jourdan Simmonds 8, Reid Saito 7, Josiah Sukumaran 12, Trevyn Tulonghari 12, Gabriel Vega 2, Adam Ching 3, Duke Pauli 4.

3-point goals--Mason County 5 (Gilbert 4, Setty). 'Iolani 6 (Simmonds 2, Tulonghari 2, Saito, Ching).

 

No. 6 Academy of the Pacific 46, No. 1 Kamehameha 43

The Dolphins came back from a 24-22 halftime deficit to stun the Warriors.

Micah Dunhour scored a game-high 22 points for AOP in the win.

At 'Iolani gym

Kamehameha 18 6 9 10 -- 43
AOP 10 12 12 12 -- 46

KAMEHAMEHA--Dyrbe Enos 5, Frank Ho 3, Micah Christenson 17, Brandon Orpillia 0, Davis Achong 3, Makoa Camanse-Stevens 8, Trent Park 0, Kona Gaison 0, JT Campbell 0, Charlton Tang 0, Gavin Lagrange 0, Shane Yoshida 3, Zerin Parker 4.

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC--Michael Urcia 1, Moritz Krume 5, Micah Dunhour 22, Wilson Macleod 9, Drew Vienna 0, David Daniel 3, Kona Makaula 6, Sam Orcutt 0, Marshall Gourley 0

3-point goals--Kamehameha 3 (Macleod 2, Dunhour). Academy of the Pacific 3 (Enos, Ho, Christenson).

 

Radford 63, Kaimuki 57, OT

TJ Reid scored 22 points and the Rams held the Bulldogs to one point in overtime. Chester Sua led Kaimuki with 17 points.

At 'Iolani gym

Kaimuki 15 11 13 17 1 -- 57
Radford 8 11 10 27 7 -- 63

KAIMUKI--Nicholas Motelland 9, Tevin Nishiyama 9, Ken Hashimoto 0, Jordan Gestrich 0, AJ Dejesus 0, Mason Kualii-Moe 12, Chester Sua 17, Siaosi Halaapiapi 8, Sivi Lio Kelekolio 2, Dio Taulung 0.

RADFORD--TJ Reid 22, Aaron Felix-Bright 0, Wayne Keys Jr. 0, Steven Watkins 5, Nahshon George 6, Zachary Pelzl 5, Dorsey Norris 7, Jeromy Castro 0, Roscoe Kalilikane 1, Tevita Baravilala 4, Maika Ulufale 13, Travir Fata 0.

3-point goals--Kaimuki 5 (Motelland 2, Kualii-Moe 2, Nishiyama). Radford 4 (Ulufale 3, Reid).

 

Moanalua 40, Tsinghua (China) 39

Na Menehune erased a four-point deficit in the final quarter to edge Tsinghua.

Kevin Amaral had a game-high 14 points for Moanalua. Enzhuo Wang led Tsinghua with 13 points and Ziyu Hou added 12.

At 'Iolani gym

Tsinghua 9 9 13 8 -- 39
Moanalua 8 6 13 13 -- 40

TSINGHUA--Kai Guo 7, Yilin Zhao 0, Enzhuo Wang 13, Zeqi Wang 1, Zeshi Liu 4, Shijia Sun 2, Ziyu Hou 12.

MOANALUA--Aaron Davis 0, Kevin Amaral 14, Dexter Williams 5, Wesley Armbrust 9, Jayar Edwin 0, Dominque Jones 2, Carl Ko 0, Dillon Turk 2, Richard Willasenior 8.

3-point goals--Tsinghua 1 (E. Wang). Moanalua none.

 

Saint Louis 48, No. 8 Mililani 43

Down 41-27 after three quarters, the Crusaders rallied past the Trojans behind Nate Mantanona (12 points) and Acen Cabral (11).

At 'Iolani gym

Saint Louis 8 10 9 21 -- 48
Mililani 11 12 8 12 -- 43

SAINT LOUIS--Keenan Ayau-Paulos 0, Eli Teo 2, Quinn Arakawa 7, Acen Cabral 11, Nate Mantanona 12, Starr Sua 6, JV Caires 2, Max Botticelli 2, Jared Tomaszek 0, Nick Smith 2, Kamalei Correa 0, Kurt Vegas 0, Reeves Koehler 4.

MILILANI--Damon Shimabukuro 4, Ryan Jacobs 2, Brady Spiridigliozzi 2, Kyle Ortiz 0, Kaimihoku Wilson 8, Josh Lenchanko 8, Robbie Griffin 1, Alex Bumgarner 2, Riley Borges 4, Hassan Richardson 10, Ervan Jean Pierre 0, Taylor Tuia 2, Joshua Stevens 0.

3-point goals--Saint Louis none. Mililani none.

 

PUNAHOU TOURNAMENT

» Punahou II 50, Maryknoll 40
High scorers--Pun: Alvin Kwok 14, Matthew Taniguchi 12. Mar: Isaiah Dowell 13.
» McKinley 57, Kalani 25
High scorers--McK: Justly Laquihon 12, Rio Kwon 10. Kaln: Tatsuya Ono 19.
» Punahou I 69, Kalani 16
High scorers--Pun: DeForest Buckner 14, Sean Gruebner 11, Nicholas Velasquez 10. Kaln: Tatsuyo Ono 7.
» Mid-Pacific 46, Punahou II 36
High scorers--MPI: Patrick Matthews 14. Pun: Alvin Kwok 9.
» Melbourne 37, Mid-Pacific 35
High scorers--Mel: Dane Pineau 13. MPI: Shaun Dobovan 14, Patrick Matthews 10.

 

ILH DIVISION II

University 74, Maryknoll II 32

Cameron Conant and Peter Fee scored 12 points apiece as the Junior 'Bows dominated the Spartans.

At Maryknoll gym

University (2-0) 15 20 18 21 -- 74
Maryknoll (0-4) 13 4 6 9 -- 32

UNIVERSITY--Andrew Camencia 11, Eugene Malvar 2, Ryan Alvarado 5, Cobey Young Bailey 9, Joe Choy 3, Nalu O'Connor 9, Cameron Conant 12, Gui Aires 7, Peter Fee 12, Ben Keller 4.

MARYKNOLL--Travis Patoc 2, Jordan Thomas 2, Conrad Chong 3, Kevin Bratt 3, Bandon Hinck 2, Jeremy Talbo 1, Neil Nolan Santos 2, Mitchel Mizuguchi 4, Matthew Mun 0, Kevin McLain 2, Bradford Lum 4, Ian Morocco 1, Kaelen Hirashiki 6, Brian Silva 0.

3-point goals--University 1 (O'Connor). Maryknoll 2 (Hiroshiki, Bratt).

 

'Iolani II 41, Kamehameha II 38

Behind Tracy Young's 12 points and Brandon Kaiura's 11, the visiting Raiders handed the Warriors their first conference loss.

Keanu Haina had a team-high 12 points for Kamehameha II.

At Kekuhaupio gym

'Iolani II (2-1) 12 7 14 8 -- 41
KS II (2-1) 10 12 4 12 -- 38

'IOLANI II-- Maika Kealoha 5, Trey Muraoka 2, Shovan Datta 2, Shane Killeen 0, Tracy Young 12, Joshua Hannum 3, Schuyler Shigemura 0, Taylor Lau 0, Brandon Kaiura 11, Shayd Shinsato 4, Austin Gima 2, Aaron Nojima 0, Jonathan Like-Uehara 0.

KAMEHAMEHA II-- Keanu Haina 12, Beau Jordan Oshiro 5, Kieran Watson 0, Matthew Cieslak 0, Tyler-James Balderas 3, Evile Ieriko 4, Justyce Kim-Hewlen 2, Micah Pimental 0, Manaolana Salvani 2, Max Castanera 9, Tyren Hepa 1.

3-point goals--'Iolani II 5 (Kairua 2, Young 2, Kealoha). Kamehameha II none.

 

Island Pacific 61, Christian Academy 46

Theo Duplechin scored 21 points and Jason Brenner added 11 to power the Navigators past the Patriots. Jasen Ocol led Christian Academy with 19.

At Hawaiian Mission gym

IPA (2-0) 20 20 12 9 -- 61
CA (0-3) 8 8 14 16 -- 46

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY--Dylan Yamamoto 6, Tyler Billman 5, Kennedy Wilson 2, Jackson Durrett 6, Christian Yagi 0, Royce Ilar 0, A.J. Alexander 0, Theo Duplechin 21, J.J. Kirk 2, Jason Brenner 11, Malik Veazie 8.

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY--Shaun Bonilla 0, Micah Sugiura 9, Jasen Ocol 19, Chris Canoneo 2, Ethan Reyes 8, Ryan Helsham 0, Robert Helsham 2, Ryan Kalerkinispethen 4, Jarin Rolar 2.

3-point goals--Island Pacific 1 (Brenner). Christian Academy 3 (Reyes 2, Sugiura).

 

Lanakila Baptist 55, Saint Louis II 33

Richard Abbley scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Warriors over the Crusaders.

At McCabe gym

LBS (2-0) 11 12 15 17 -- 55
Saint Louis II (1-2) 6 10 6 11 -- 33

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Jordan Soriano 0, Nahiku Passi 0, Micah Miranda 11, Tyler Johnson 11, Matthew Kakilala 4, Jordan Cabato 4, Josh Pananganan 4, Rodney Yun 0, Richard Abbley 21.

SAINT LOUIS II--Thayer Schmitz 5, Ross Nogami 0, Joel Letoto 6, Skyler Sigston 2, Joseph Kea 0, Kala McShane 7, Zach Machado-Vinano 0, Andrew Pacarro 0, Brandon Mitsunaga 0, Alex Pacheco 2, Dominic Bush 2, Johnathan Greig 0, Kila Kanae 9, James Lewis 0.

3-point goals--Lanakila Baptist 1 (Miranda). Saint Louis II 3 (Letoto 2, McShane).

 

JUNIOR VARSITY

University 64, Pacific Buddhist Academy 30
Punahou Blue 42, Hanalani 22
Punahou Gold 72, Damien 58
Kamehameha 74, Maryknoll 36

 

GIRLS

ILH DIVISION I

No. 6 Mid-Pacific 78, Sacred Hearts 50

Ashley Yamachika's 13 points led the Owls over the Lancers.

Mid-Pacific broke open the game with a 25-10 run in the third quarter.

Celina Pagan led Sacred Hearts with 11 points.

At Sacred Hearts gym

Mid-Pacific (4-3) 16 10 25 27 -- 78
SHA (1-4) 7 10 10 23 -- 50

MID-PACIFIC--Nicole Sato 11, Tasha Luis-Hirata 4, Kiki Robertson 8, Mahina Docktor 4, Taylor Babbitt 10, Ashley Yamachika 13, Camille Ganahl 6, Chandler Arce 8, Kirstie Sugimoto 4, Jordan Joy 3, Megan Kinoshita 7.

SACRED HEARTS--Kara Vause 0, Brittney Mopas 3, Vanessa Freitas 9, Hunter Wilson Pena 0, Bashalei Almadova 9, Angela Kim 0, Ericka Pagan 2, Celina Pagan 11, Naihe Paikai 16.

3-point goals--Mid-Pacific 6. Sacred Hearts 3.

 

ILH DIVISION II

University 49, Kamehameha II 34

Quynne Eharis put up 31 points to lead the Junior 'Bows over the Warriors.

At Kamehameha II gym

University (6-0) 8 13 9 19 -- 49
KS (5-2) 6 8 12 8 -- 34

UNIVERSITY--Kimiki Matsuda-Lawrence 2, Kassandra Sanchez 0, Kianalei Machida 5, Quynne Eharis 31, Querena Natividad 4, Crystal Wang 0, Channelle Maldonado 7.

KAMEHAMEHA II--Christyn Kamaka 13, Skye Young 0, Jessica Jelf-Albert 2, Arianna Daskauskas 0, Tyana Akana 2, Brandilee Alexander 9, Misty Caspino 2, Kapelekua Gramberg 6.

3-point goals--University 2 (Maldonado 2). Kamehameha II 4 (Kamaka 3, Alexander).

 

Lutheran 36, Hanalani 33

Vikatolia Naulu scored a team-high 13 points as the visiting Lions defeated the Royals.

Kimberly Feng scored a game-high 15 points for Lutheran.

At Hanalani gym

Lutheran (2-3) 11 6 9 10 -- 36
Hanalani (1-4) 9 11 4 9 -- 33

LUTHERAN--Lexi Kaneshiro 2, Kayla Suganuma 8, Vikatolia Naulu 13, Kaleihiwa Ah New 2, Kamalei Ah New 10, Briannah Cadiz 0, Aja Keyes 1.

HANALANI--Kira Oyama 4, Emily Araki, Sarah Hyde 0, Kimberly Feng 15, Nicole Gonzalez 4, Ashley Stamm 3, Jodi Shimabukuro 0, Sarah Liva 7, Malia Boullion 0.

3-point goals--Lutheran 2 (Suganuma). Hanlani 1 (Feng).

 

Christian Academy 33, Hawaiian Mission 20

Leslie Cruz scored 13 points to lead the Patriots over the Knights. Ana Bechard led HMA with six.

At Hawaiian Mission gym

CA (2-4) 9 8 7 9 -- 33
HMA (0-4) 6 7 3 4 -- 20

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY--Leslie Cruz 13, Alyssa Yee 0, Rachel Tokuda 7, Rebecca Abergas 0, Tori Adres 9, Charanne Bonilla 0, Cheyenne Kessell 0, Briana Rodrigues 4.

HAWAIIAN MISSION ACADEMY--Abegail Ramos 0, Melissa Mishima 2, Carla Ramos 0, Caroline Kim 5, Ana Bechard 6, Janae Wong 2, Bella Olsen 5.

3-point goals--Christian Academy 3 (Cruz, Tokuda, Adres). Hawaiian Mission 1 (Olsen).

 

Maryknoll 68, La Pietra 35

Ashley Agcaoili and Ashlee DeSantos each scored 16 points as the Spartans cruised to their sixth victory of the season. Kimiko Mitchell and Alexis Villa each added 10 points for Maryknoll.

Salote Lopes-Liutolo led La Pietra with 13 points.

At Maryknoll gym

La Pietra (2-7) 12 10 5 8 -- 35
Maryknoll (6-1) 24 19 19 6 -- 68

LA PIETRA--Kiana Ho'okuli 3, Angelina Ishiki 2, Veronica Thomas 0, Shalina Ishiki 0, Marina Sewell 2, Sarah Aref 2, Joy Winslow 2, Salote Lopes-Liutolo 13, Monique Smith 11

MARYKNOLL--Maile Goodin 4, Amanda Busmente 2, Crystie Wong 0, Taylor Wong 2, Kimiko Mitchell 10, Ashley Agcaoili 16, Alexis Villa 10, Cianna Ochoco 4, Ashlee DeSantos 16, Athena Adora 4.

3-point goals--La Pietra 1 (Ho'okuli). Maryknoll 3 (Villa 2, DeSantos).

 

Punahou II 39, Le Jardin 22

Nicole Shelton scored 18 points to lead the Buffanblu past the Bulldogs.

At Le Jardin gym

Punahou II (6-0) 2 6 8 6 -- 22
Le Jardin (0-7) 10 15 12 2 -- 39

PUNAHOU II--Elisabeth Ushigome 2, Jade Lum 6, Ailana Meyer 3, Rashelle Nagata 0, Nicole Shelton 18, Amanda Labayog 5, Annie Tanaka 0, Sarah Ann Ota 5, Demi Coolen 0.

LE JARDIN--Kelsey Tanouye 0, Kea Olaso 0, Jasmine Baginski 0, Brianne Tabios 0, Wave Kaukeano 0, Nikki Caspers 0, Tori Natividad 6, Jordan Gonzalez 0, Dana Kim 2, Sammy Gabrelcik, Makena McPherson 2, Siena Shupe 12.

3-point goals--Punahou II none. Le Jardin 2 (Shupe 2).

 

St. Francis 50, Lanakila Baptist 33

Ashley Kupau recorded a double-double (22 points, 10 rebounds) to lead the Saints over the Warriors. Erika Ellis scored 19 points for Lanakila Baptist.

At Hanalani gym

LBS (2-4) 2 2 16 13 -- 33
St. Francis (2-5) 12 12 14 12 -- 50

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Erika Ellis 19, Jessica Sonson 0, Emily Abang 0, Amillie Pacheco 0, Cheriane Goodknecht 2, Crystal Sonson 9, Lyndsey Helgeson 0, Bethesda Camacho 0, Jeizelyn Pananganan 3, Cheleste Tampos 0, Emily-Rae Abang 0.

ST. FRANCIS--Tori Keliiaa 10, Kiana Jones 0, Kayla Jones 2, Alissa Pacarro 0, Brittney McCray 0, Jedidah Hanakahi 6, Jasmine Soon 3, Jessica Rossi 7, Rachael Carlos 0, Ashley Kupau 22.

3-point goals--Lanakila Baptist 2 (Ellis, C. Sonson). St. Francis 1 (Keiliia).

 

JUNIOR VARSITY

Hanalani 35, LaPietra 11
Punahou Gold 41, Sacred Hearts 32

 

OIA RED EAST

No. 10 Kaiser 53, Moanalua 43

The Cougars converted 17 of 22 free throws in the fourth quarter to rally past Na Menehune.

Moanalua, behind Jasmine Funtanilla's 17 points, led by seven points after three quarters. Kaiser used a 26-9 run in the fourth to pull away.

At Kaiser gym

Moanalua (2-6) 7 14 13 9 -- 43
Kaiser (7-0) 1 12 14 26 -- 53

MOANALUA--Lachae McColor 0, Kristy Tamashiro 0, Kiley Lau 0, Joanna Nicolas 4, Jasmine Funtanilla 17, Jaidon Rego 14, Isabelle Delgado 0, Sienna Antolin 0, Shantaeus Ramos-Dias 2, Leticia Colon 2, Kelci Quinabo 0, Jasmine Young-Gusman 4, Samara Hoe 0.

KAISER--Micaela Bitanga 7, Kristi Arellano 1, Kiani Kaahaaina 9, Kiana Nakai 11, Tiana Miyashiro 2, Meleana Adams 11, Daryn Vorderbruegge 3, Shelby Pa 2, Makana Borden 7, Courtney Phillips 0.

3-point goals--Moanalua 1 (Funtanilla). Kaiser 1 (Vorderbruegge).

Junior varsity--Kaiser 41, Moanalua 34

 

No. 7 Farrington 41, Roosevelt 26

Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo had 18 points as the Governors overwhelmed the Rough Riders with a second-half blitz.

At Roosevelt gym

Farrington (7-1) 10 7 13 11 -- 41
Roosevelt (3-6) 13 9 0 4 -- 26

FARRINGTON--Sierra-Marie Wong 5, Diena Peterson 0, Ashley Savusa 2, Peti Timoteo 0, Sallie Lazaro 4, Losa Foki 1, Chasity Scanlan-Sevao 2, Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo 18, Koleti Siliga 1, Kamalani Medeiros 0, Kirsten Liana 6, Leilani Mageo-Pacheco 2, Lilo Alveo 0.

ROOSEVELT--Noe Yoshioka 0, Breyana Dutro-Solomua 13, Caby Akana 0, Jolie Kawasaki 0, Kira Arruda 4, Abcde Furuta-Harada 3, Cameo Tamala 1, Aimee Taniguchi 5, Anuhea Kanealii 0.

3-point goals--Farrington 1 (Wong). Roosevelt 2 (Dutro-Solomua, Taniguchi).

Junior varsity--Farrington 33, Roosevelt 27

 

Kaimuki 56, Castle 43

Letisha Fa'asoa sank four 3-pointers en route to 16 points as the Bulldogs held off the Knights.

At Castle gym

Kaimuki (5-4) 17 8 12 19 -- 56
Castle (2-6) 10 10 9 14 -- 43

KAIMUKI--Connie Aikau 5, Alison Pologa 15, Krysta Yasui 7, Julia Soares 0, Keana Paez 8, Letisha Fa'asoa 16, Dejah Fa'asoa 3, Valarie Wilson 2.

CASTLE--Cailee Awa 10, Kaisha Dacosin 4, Leisha Liilii 10, Amber Almeida 0, Koshell Lilio 6, Dayna Lau 0, Brittney Lane 9, Tehani Umiamaka 4, Brooke Kaululaau 0.

3-point goals--Kaimuki 6 (L. Fa'asoa 4, Pologa 2). Castle none.

Junior varsity--Castle 42, Kaimuki 29

 

OIA RED WEST

Waipahu 25, Leilehua 24

The Marauders outscored the visiting Mules 17-10 in the second half. Carissa McBride led Leilehua with 10 points.

At Waipahu gym

Leilehua (3-6) 9 5 3 7 -- 24
Waipahu (2-7) 4 4 6 11 -- 25

LEILEHUA--Mitzie Morales 0, Sydney Lee-Manzano 0, Summer Bastro 0, Pomai Parker 3, Carissa McBride 10, Tiffany Reyher 9, Ruby Rodriguez 0, Brittany Carr 2, Marissa Stadtmueller 0, Shayla-Hyatt Guzman 0, Shajaira Briones 0, Mariah Ross 0.

WAIPAHU--Geneva Balladares 0, Patrisha Malala 5, Ana Batan 6, Sheryl Vermudez 3, Tammy Viliamu 0, Mika Pajas 0, Angie Siamanu 2, Rina Valencia 0, Catrina Masaniai 9, Sherry Lewis 0.

3-point goals--Leilehua 5 (Reyher 3, McBride, Parker). Waipahu none.

Junior varsity--Waipahu 25, Leilehua 24

 

No. 8 Kapolei 42, Mililani 36

The Hurricanes, led by Kawehi Hagi's 13 points, rode a big second quarter to the win over the Trojans. Kaylee Torres led Mililani with 10 points.

At Mililani gym

Kapolei (9-0) 6 19 9 8 -- 42
Mililani (4-5) 8 9 12 7 -- 36

KAPOLEI--Krystal Jacobs 3, Toe Motu 12, Kaity Wills 7, Noelle Garland 0, Paige Kaea 0, Carly Gaea 0, Kawehi Hagi 13, Aija Johnson 1, Tamar Rodrigues 2, Kayla Fuatago 4.

MILILANI--Shauna Shon 0, Kaylee Torres 10, Kellie Sakai 7, Kapili Amamalin 5, Kayla Wright 0, Lauren-Ashleigh Castro 0, Jasmyne Garay 2, Kawehi Pilakowski 4, Nayla Long 7, Jaycque Agbayani 1.

3-point goals--Kapolei 1 (Wills). Mililani 1 (Sakai).

Junior varsity--Kapolei 24, Mililani 22

 

Campbell 47, Aiea 44

The second quarter for the Sabers proved to be the difference in the game as they outscored Na Alii by six points and held on for the three-point victory. The Sabers were led by Cassie Ernst's game-high 21 points, while Liza Bontolina added 10.

Ashlei Liili paced Na Alii with 13 points, while Michlae Higa pitched in with 10.

At Aiea gym

Campbell (6-2) 10 19 11 7 -- 47
Aiea (1-7) 11 13 12 8 -- 44

CAMPBELL--Antonette Labalusa 5, Liza Bantolina 10, Chantay Samante 8, Kealohi Akiyama 0, Courtney Hornos 0, C.J. Valeriano 1, Ipo Achiu 2, Chassie Ernst 21.

AIEA--Ashlei Liilii 13, Celeste Fong 7, Ashlee Dulan 2, Michlae Higa 11, Macy Lautalo 2, Lauren Nagai 0, Taryn Hannemann 4, Francine Martinez 2, Taylor Fetui 3, Brooke Taiese 0.

3-point goals--Campbell 3 (Bontolina 2, Labusa). Aiea 2 (Higa, Liilii).

Junior varsity--Campbell 53, Aiea 16

 

OIA WHITE

Waialua 43, Anuenue 18

Joelle Haime scored 15 points as the Bulldogs defeated Na Koa to get their first win in conference play.

At Waialua gym

Anuenue (0-8) 6 2 3 7 -- 18
Waialua (1-6) 13 4 11 15 -- 43

ANUENUE--Kuulei Gante 5, Kaulawena Halemano 4, Nalani Kanahele 0, Kahala Kaowili 1, Kaanoipua Reyes 0, Lahela Taua 8, Napua Silva 0.

WAIALUA--Gabriel Maxwell 6, Trusila Truss 0, Ciara Balidoy 4, Katarina Magno 0, Cristalyn Moniz 0, Raydeen Kobayashi-Kajiwara 8, Khadijah Karodia 0, Chelsea Souza 8, Lani Maluyo 0, Kaili Agabin 2, Joelle Haime 15.

3-point goals--Anuenue 2 (Taua 2). Waialua 3 (Kobayashi-Kaijawara 2, Haime).

 

Radford 39, Kalaheo 36, OT

Tyler Whitener sank a 3-pointer to break a 34-all tie in overtime and lift the unbeaten Rams past the Mustangs. Imani Wimbush led Radford with 11 points, while Jade Martins led Kalaheo with 10.

At Kalaheo gym

Radford (8-0) 11 9 10 4 5 -- 39
Kalaheo (5-3) 7 15 4 8 2 -- 36

RADFORD-- Imani Wimbush 11, E'Lexeus Evans 3, Rachell Kapesi 6, Kelsey Bash 3, Jemory Castro 5, Sanoe Tuitele 2, Tyler Whitener 4, Korie Johnson 5

KALAHEO--Lindsey Unsell 0, Makani Kela 2, Kim Cauaco 0, Kaulu Perry 2, Gabby Clark 8, Tiffany Harada 4, Aysia Burnett 2, Jade Martins 10, Jordy Smith 8.

3-point goals--Radford 2 (Whitener, Bash). Kalaheo 2 (Smith 2).

Junior varsity--Radford 46, Kalaheo 20.

 

Nanakuli 45, Waianae 44

The Golden Hawks recorded their sixth conference win of the season behind Queen Emma Sale's 13 points. Leilani Atuatasi scored a game-high 14 points for Waianae.

At Nanakuli gym

Waianae (2-6) 4 9 8 23 -- 44
Nanakuli (6-1) 12 6 10 17 -- 45

WAIANAE--Maccyn Samisoni 7, Lacy Manuel 5, Kaitlyn Kaahaaina 3, Brittany Perry 4, Mary Keaulana-Riotutar 0, Emily Simons 8, Leilani Atuatasi 14, Maile Awai-Cortado 0, Tiana Johnson 3.

NANAKULI--Kirstie Rosa 10, Jasmine Saole 10, Tiare Kaopua 6, Champagne Iokia-Padua 4, Queen Emma Sale 13, Noel Fernandez 0, Ututau Mapu 2, Kehaulani Silva 0, Stephanie Kalili 0, Lorentina Tei 0.

3-point goals--Waianae 2 (Kaahaaina, Manuel). Nanakuli 2 (Iokia-Padua, Saole).

Junior varsity--Waianae 41, Nanakuli 23

 

BIIF

Hawaii Prep 56, Honokaa 38

 






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Back on the field

Small Talk
The arm touch

Political Radar
`Not an option’

Warrior Beat
Higa gets a shot