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Maeda leads 'Iolani over Kamehameha

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Behind a game-high 28 points from Kylie Maeda, 'Iolani Raiders held on for a 67-61 win over Kamehameha. Maeda nailed seven of 'Iolani's 10 3-pointers, who moved a half-game ahead of idle Punahou in the league standings.

Kennedi Akana scored a team-high 22 points in the loss.

 

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At Kamehameha gym
'Iolani (7-2) 9 27 18 13 -- 67
Kamehameha (3-6) 15 20 10 16 -- 61

'IOLANI --Kylie Maeda 28, Saphyre Rezentes 4, Katie Tom 2, Erin Napier 2, Kaitlyn Shikada 6, Abrianna Johnson-Edwards 7, Lahela Usui 12, Alyssa Li'ili'i 2, Alex Masaquel 2, Taimane Passi 2.

KAMEHAMEHA--Brooke Rickard 3, Haley Paakaula 0, Deja Tafiti 3, Manuhaaipo Noa 8, Krystal-Lei Mills 2, Brachelle Nueku 4, Taira Robins-Hardy 9, Kennedi Akana 22, Lilia Maio 10.

3-point goals--'Iolani 10 (Maeda 7, Johnson-Edwards, Shikada, Usui). Kamehameha 1 (Rickard).

 

No. 6 Mid-Pacific 60, Sacred Hearts 44

Kiki Robertson scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Owls past the Lancers. Mahina Docktor added 11 for Mid-Pacific, who maintained third place in league play.

At Mid-Pacific gym

Sacred Hearts(1-8) 7 13 14 10 -- 44
Mid-Pacific (5-4) 17 10 14 19 -- 60

SACRED HEARTS --Tiare Libarios-Moses 2, Kara Vause 3, Brittney Mopas 2, Vanessa Freitas 9, Hunter Wilson-Pena 1, Bashalei Almadova 8, Anjela Kim 0, Erica Pagan 5, Celina Pagan 2, Naihe Paikai 10, Paris Johnson 2.

MID-PACIFIC--Nicole Sato 0, Tasha Luis-Hirata 0, Kiki Robertson 19, Mahina Docktor 11, Taylor Babbitt 9, Ashley Yamachika 8, Pua Kanekoa 2, Camille Ganahl 2, Chandler Arce 1, Kirstie Sugimoto 1, Jordan Joy 2, Megan Kinoshita 5.

3-point goals--Sacred Hearts 2 (Almadova, E. Pagan). Mid-Pacific 1 (Kinoshita).

 

ILH Division I Girls

  W L
'Iolani 7 2
Punahou 6 2
Mid-Pacific 5 4
Kamehameha 3 6
Sacred Hearts 1 8

OIA Red East Girls

  W L
Farrington 10 2
Kaiser 10 2
Kaimuki 6 6
Kahuku 4 7
Roosevelt 5 7
Castle 3 8
Moanalua 3 9

OIA Red West Girls

  W L
Kapolei 12 0  
Campbell 8 4  
Pearl City 7 5
Mililani 6 6
Leilehua 5 7
Waipahu 2 10
Aiea 2 10

OIA White Girls

  W L
Radford 11 0
Kalani 9 2
Nanakuli 7 4
Kalaheo 8 4
McKinley 7 4
Waianae 5 6
Kailua 3 9
Waialua 1 10
Anuenue 0 12

ILH Division I Boys

Maryknoll 37, Damien 34

Down six points after three quarters, the Spartans outscored the Monarchs by nine in the final 8 minutes for their first league win.

Austin Gaskins had a game-high 13 points for Maryknoll. Lonn Iwashita led Damien with 10.

At Maryknoll gym

Damien (0-7) 3 11 13 7 -- 34
Maryknoll (1-4) 7 11 3 16 -- 37

DAMIEN--AJ Lee 1, Alvern Ribao 0, Syles Choy 2, Dylan Yonamine-Baysa 4, Rusty Kauahikaua 2, Oliver Shaw 3, Ashton Obrero 3, Benjamin Gochenouer 2, Nate Ariola 3, Mikaele Nakamura 0, Jed Lim 4, Lonn Iwashita 10, Kolton Jacobs 0, Taylor Abordo 0.

MARYKNOLL--Andrew Wu 8, Kekoa Welsh 2, Brandon Floyd 0, Tobias Powell 5, Jason Calabrese 1, Kekiai Cashman-Fernandez 3, Austin Gaskins 13, Wyatt Pedro 3, Tufanua Iuvale 2.

3-point goals--Damien 1 (Shaw). Maryknoll none.

JUNIOR VARSITY
Kamehameha Blue 76, Pacific Buddhist 17
Saint Louis 67, Punahou Gold 54

 

ILH Division I Boys

  W L
Punahou 5 1
Kamehameha 4 1
'Iolani 3 1
Academy of the Pacific 3 1
Saint Louis 2 2
Mid-Pacific 2 3
Maryknoll 1 4
Damien 0 7

OIA Red East Boys

  W L
Roosevelt 7 1
Kahuku 6 1
Kaimuki 3 3
Kalani 3 4
Kailua 3 5
Moanalua 2 4
Castle 0 6

OIA Red West Boys

  W L
Radford 7 1
Leilehua 7 1
Mililani 6 2
Campbell 3 5
Pearl City 2 6
Kapolei 1 6
Waianae 1 6

OIA White Boys

  W L
Waipahu 5 0
Farrington 5 1
McKinley 5 1
Kaiser 4 2
Waialua 4 2  
Nanakuli 3 3
Aiea 2 4
Kalaheo 1 4  
Anuenue 1 6  
Kamakau 0 7






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