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No. 1 'Iolani boys use height, depth to smack Mid-Pacific

By Paul Honda

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LAST UPDATED: 01:50 a.m. HST, Jan 05, 2011



Trevyn Tulonghari and Josiah Sukumaran scored 13 points apiece as No. 1 'Iolani stifled Mid-Pacific 52-36 last night before 300 fans at the Raiders' gym.

'Iolani improved to 3-0 in Interscholastic League of Honolulu boys basketball play (11-3 overall). It was the Raiders' first appearance back home since playing four games in four days at the Holiday Classic in San Diego.

"We're playing more like a team. The San Diego trip helped us," said Tulonghari, who has gotten quicker and stronger since recovering from an offseason ankle injury.

Reid Saito added 12 points for 'Iolani despite suffering a shoulder injury last week.

Patrick Matthews led Mid-Pacific (9-6, 2-3 ILH) with 14 points, but the Owls didn't match the Raiders' intensity level or execution.

"There's no doubt they're a good team with Matthews and the big guy (6-foot-4 Titus Failauga), but we stopped them when we had to," Tulonghari said.

Sukumaran's follow at the buzzer gave 'Iolani a 15-9 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Raiders opened the lead to 28-18 by halftime. A follow shot by Tulonghari opened the lead to 12, but the Owls got a 3-pointer from Terrence Tenjoma, a lefty layup by Matthew Carland and a bucket by Matthews in traffic to cut the lead to 39-32 with 42 seconds left in the third quarter.

'Iolani, with the deeper, taller bench, went on a 7-0 run to take a 46-32 lead with 5:21 left. Facing the Raiders' 2-3 zone, MPI got no closer than 12 the rest of the way.

"We had our chances. We didn't play all that well, but coming out of the half, we were still in the game," Owls coach Nate Hu said. "It got away from us. 'Iolani executed and finished plays. They're well coached."

 

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At 'Iolani gym
Mid-Pacific (2-3) 9 9 14 4 -- 36
'Iolani (3-0) 15 13 13 11 -- 52

MID-PACIFIC--Jordan Doi 1, Terrence Tenjoma 5, Trey Kubota 0, Shaun Dobovan 6, Matthew Ohtani 0, Tryston Fagarang 0, Patrick Matthews 14, Marcus Doi 6, Matthew Tanaka 0, Matthew Carland 4, Titus Failauga 0.

'IOLANI--Jourdan Simmonds 0, Drew Uchiyama 0, Reid Saito 12, Kainoa Scheer 8, Josiah Sukumaran 13, Austin O'Leary 0, Trevyn Tulonghari 13, Gabriel Vega 0, Andrew Okimura 0, Adam Ching 2, Keahi Hogan 2, Duke Pauli 2.

3-point goals--Mid-Pacific 1 (Tenjoma). 'Iolani 1 (Tulonghari).

 

No. 2 Kamehameha 79, Maryknoll 38

The second-ranked Warriors crushed the Spartans in a lopsided victory.

Micah Christenson and Makoa Camanse-Stevens led Kamehameha's balanced offense with 10 points apiece. Brandon Floyd scored 14 points for Maryknoll.

At Kamehameha gym

Maryknoll (0-4) 0 8 10 20 -- 38
KS (3-1) 24 17 18 20 -- 79

MARYKNOLL--Andrew Wu 2, Kekoa Welsh 1, Brandon Floyd 14, Tobias Powell 0, Jason Calabrese 0, Johnny Mayer 1, Kekiai Cashman-Fernandez 1, Austin Gaskins 8, Wyatt Pedro 6, Tufanua Iuvale 5.

KAMEHAMEHA--Dyrbe Enos 5, Shane Matayoshi 9, Frank Ho 0, Micah Christenson 10, Brandon Orpillia 7, Davis Achong 4, Makoa Camanse-Stevens 10, Trent Park 3, Kona Gaison 5, J.T. Campbell 2, Charlton Tang 9, Gavin Lagrange 2, Shane Yoshida 6, Zerin Parker 7.

3-point goals--Maryknoll none. Kamehameha 5 (Enos, Matayoshi, Orpillia, Park, Tang).

 

No. 3 AOP 58, Saint Louis 37

Kona Makaula racked up 24 points for the Dolphins in a victory over the Crusaders.

Moritz Krume added 10 points for Academy of the Pacific.

Three Saint Louis players scored a team-high eight points apiece.

At McCabe Gym

AOP (2-0) 15 15 14 14 -- 58
Saint Louis (1-2) 12 9 9 7 -- 37

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC--Michael Urcia 6, Carter Kauwehaole 0, Moritz Krume 10, Micah Dunhour 4, Wilson Macloed 7, Drew Vienna 4, David Daniel 0, Kona Makaula 24, Sam Orcutt 2, Ryan Furtado 1, Marchall Gourley 0.

SAINT LOUIS-- Keenan Ayau-Paulos 0, Quinn Arakawa 3, Acen Cabral 8, Nate Mantanona 0, JV Caires 8, Max Botticelli 8, Jared Tomaszek 0, Joseph Kanoa 2, Kamalei Correa 5, Kurt Vegas 0, Reeve Koehler 3.

3-point goals--Academy of the Pacific 1 (Macleod). Saint Louis 4 (Arakawa, Cabral, Botticelli, Correa).

 

No. 6 Punahou 50, Damien 42

The Buffanblu overcame a slow start to defeat the Monarchs.

DeForest Buckner finished with a game-high 21 points for Punahou, while Lowell Tong added 13. Lonn Iwashita and Dylan Yonamine-Baysa scored 12 points apiece for Damien.

At Damien gym

Punahou (4-1) 9 11 17 13 -- 50
Damien (0-4) 10 10 8 14 -- 42

PUNAHOU--Patrick O'Neill 0, Kupono Fey 4, Christopher McLaren 0, Malik Johnson 5, Nicholas Velasquez 2, Caden McAfee-Torco 0, Lowell Tong 13, Jaren McCartney 0, Steven Lakalaka 0, Sean Gruebner 0, Bryan Matsukawa 5, Luke Kaumatule 0, DeForest Buckner 21.

DAMIEN--AJ Lee 5, Alvern Ribao 0, Syles Choy 0, Dylan Yonamine-Baysa 12, Rusty Kauahikaua 2, Oliver Shaw 2, Ashton Obrero 3, Benjamin Gochenouer 0, Nate Ariola 0, Mikaele Nakamura 0, Jed Lim 4, Lonn Iwashita 12, Kolton Jacobs 0, Taylor Abordo 2.

3-point goals--Punahou 4 (Tong 3, Matsukawa). Damien 4 (Yonamine-Baysa 2, Obrero, Lee).

Junior varsity boys
Damien 44, Mid-Pacific 42

 

ILH Division II

Punahou II 50, Island Pacific 47

The Buffanblu squeaked past the Navigators behind Matt Taniguchi's team-high 14 points.

IPA's Theo Duplechin led all scorers with 20 points.

At Hemmeter Fieldhouse

IPA (5-1) 6 22 9 10 -- 47
Punahou II (2-0) 9 15 13 13 -- 50

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY--Dylan Yamamoto 6, Tyler Billman 0, Kennedy Wilson 4, Jackson Durrett 8, Theo Duplechin 20, Jason Brenner 4, Malik Veazie 5.

PUNAHOU II--Alvin Kwock 6, Tim Moody 0, John Kan 0, Matt Taniguchi 14, Daley King 10, Jeremy Lee 8, Chreighton Woo 4, Ben Ota 1, Jeff Yamashiro 0, Alex Chang 0, Travis Matsuzaki 5, Chase Tamashiro 2.

3-point goals--Island Pacific Academy 2 (Durrett, Veazie). Punahou II 2 (Lee, Taniguchi).

 

St. Francis 58, Maryknoll 45

Keoni Tom-Millare's 26 points helped vault the Saints over the Spartans.

At Maryknoll gym

St. Francis (2-0) 12 22 6 18 -- 58
Maryknoll (0-6) 16 9 10 10 -- 45

ST. FRANCIS--Austin Ursua 7, Sosiua Havea 0, Drew Wilson 0, Matthew Nuumania 0, Kaohukea Sandborn 2, Shabir Lynton 0, Jason Wu 9, Keoni Tom-Millare 26, Daron Sun 4, Kalei Davis 4, Blayne Won 6.

MARYKNOLL II--Travis Patoc 2, Jordan Thomas 7, Conrad Chong 0, Kevin Bratt 0, Bandon Hinck 4, Jeremy Talbo 0, Neil Nolan Santos 2,Kevin McLain 2, Bradford Lum 4, Ian Morocco 12, Kaelen Hirashiki 10, Brian Silva 2.

3-point goals--St. Francis none. Maryknoll 1 (Hiroshiki).

ILH DIVISION I BOYS

  W L
'Iolani 3 0
Academy of the Pacific 2 0
Punahou 4 1
Kamehameha 3 1
Mid-Pacific 2 3
Saint Louis 1 2
Damien 0 4
Maryknoll 0 4
 

ILH DIVISION II BOYS

  W L
Hawaii Baptist 4 0
University 2 0
Punahou II 2 0
St. Francis 2 0
Kamehameha II 3 1
Island Pacific 4 2
Lanakila Baptist 2 1
'Iolani II 2 1
Hawaiian Mission 2 2
Saint Louis II 1 3
Le Jardin 1 4
Maryknoll II 1 5
Christian Academy 0 3
Hanalani 0 4






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