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No. 5 AOP downs No. 1 Kamehameha

By Paul Honda

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For the second time in three weeks, Kamehameha's kryptonite is spelled A-O-P.

Academy of the Pacific handed the Warriors a 66-61 loss last night, stunning the top-ranked team in the state and sending the Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I boys basketball standings into more turmoil.

A crowd of more than 200 watched at Charles B. Wang Gymnasium on the campus of Le Jardin Academy. AOP's previous win over Kamehameha was at the 'Iolani Classic, also when Kamehameha was ranked No. 1.

This time, Micah Dunhour and Moritz Krume scored 18 points each to spark the fifth-ranked Dolphins. Dunhour, a 6-foot-5 senior, had 12 rebounds and shot 7-for-13 from the field. Krume shot 8-for-12 and grabbed eight boards. His physical presence inside made a huge difference for AOP, which lost to Punahou last week in a bruising battle.

"I have to thank Coach Ryan (Hogue) for his help. At practice, he bangs me around," said Krume, a 6-6 junior from Cologne, Germany. "I can play physical now."

"I've been waiting for Mo to come out of his European shell," AOP coach Wally Marciel said. "He had good cutbacks and he's learned his lesson from when he played (Punahou's DeForest) Buckner. He was the difference tonight."

Micah Christenson led Kamehameha with 22 points (7-for-19 shooting) and 10 boards. Dyrbe Enos added 14 points.

AOP had a 28-26 edge on the boards, but shot 52 percent (26-for-50) from the field and committed just 10 turnovers against Kamehameha's trapping man-to-man defense.

Dunhour and reserve guard Drew Viena were key reasons for AOP's improved ballhandling against pressure.

Kona Makaula added 11 points, including back-to-back midrange jumpers in the third quarter when the Dolphins fell behind by six points and seemed to be on the ropes.

They switched to a 2-3 zone because of foul trouble for Makaula and point guard Michael Urcia, and Kamehameha went cold from long range. AOP went on a 14-6 run to close the third quarter, taking a 40-38 lead on Dunhour's drive to the bucket as time expired.

Kamehameha shot 2-for-14 from 3-point range from that point, but was within 48-47 after Makoa Camanse-Stevens' layup with 5 minutes to go.

AOP went on an 11-2 run with fastbreak buckets by Viena, Dunhour and David Daniel. After a tip-in by Dunhour and a foul shot by Daniel, the Dolphins led 59-49 with 1:33 to go.

Missed one-and-ones by Dunhour allowed Kamehameha to cut the lead to five, but Daniel, Dunhour and Krume sealed the win with 7-for-8 shooting at the foul line in the final 1:01.

Kamehameha (4-2) fell to fourth place in the tight ILH. Punahou (6-1) is at the top, followed by AOP (5-1) and 'Iolani (4-1).

"It's too early to tell," Kamehameha coach Jesse Nakanishi said. "You've got to expect to win and execute. Kudos to AOP. They made plays, effort plays. They outplayed us. We probably shot 20 percent."

The Warriors shot 35 percent from the field (21-for-60) and finished with 11 turnovers. They were 10-for-36 from beyond the 3-point arc.

 

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At Le Jardin gym
AOP (5-1) 14 10 16 26 -- 66
Kamehameha (4-2) 16 10 12 23 -- 61

AOP-- Michael Urcia 3, Moritz Krume 18, Micah Dunhour 18, Wilson Macloed 2, Drew Vienna 8, David Daniel 6, Kona Makaula 11.

Kamehameha-- Dyrbe Enos 12, Shane Matayoshi 5, Frank Ho 0, Micah Christenson 22, Brandon Orpillia 3, Davis Achong 6, Makoa Camanse-Stevens 4, Charlton Tang 7, Shane Yoshida 2.

3-point goals--AOP none. Kamehameha 10 (Christenson 5, Enos 2, Achong, Matayoshi, Orpillia).

 

ILH Division I Boys

No. 2 'Iolani 70, Damien 43

Trevyn Tulonghari had 16 points and Keahi Hogan 11 and the Raiders raced to a 26-10 first-quarter lead to rout the Monarchs.

Lonn Iwashita tossed in a team-high 15 for Damien.

At Damien gym

'Iolani (4-1) 26 17 12 15 -- 70
Damien (0-8) 10 10 7 16 -- 43

'Iolani-- Jourdan Simmonds 7, Drew Uchiyama 0, Reece Foy 0, Reid Saito 3, Kainoa Scheer 0, Josiah Sukumaran 9, Austin O'Leary 9, Trevyn Tulonghari 16, Gabriel Vega 7, Andrew Okimura 0, Adam Ching 6, Keahi Hogan 11, Duke Pauli 2.

Damien-- AJ Lee 2, Alvern Ribao 0, Dylan Yonamine-Baysa 4, Rusty Kauahikaua 2, Taylor Abordo 0, Oliver Shaw 4, Ashton Obrero 1, Benjamin Gochenouer 6, Nate Ariola 3, Mikaele Nakamura 0, Jed Lim 6, Lonn Iwashita 15.

3-point goals--'Iolani 9 (O'Leary 3, Tulonghari 3, Ching 2, Simmonds). Damien none.

 

ILH Division II Boys

Saint Louis 52, 'Iolani II 51

King Patrocinio and Zachary Cuarisma each scored 10 points to lead the Crusaders to a one-point victory over the host Raiders.

Brandon Kaiura led 'Iolani with 15 points, all on 3-pointers. 'Iolani shot 12-for-27 from the free-throw line.

At 'Iolani gym

Saint Louis II (2-4) 6 10 17 19 -- 52
'Iolani II (3-4) 11 8 15 17 -- 51

SAINT LOUIS--King Patrocinio 10, Leighton Chang 2, Thayer Schmitz 3, Ross Nogami 4, Joel Letoto 0, Skyler Sigston 1, Joseph Kea 3, Kala McShane 7, Andrew Pacarro 2, Brandon Mitsunaga 0, Alex Pacheco 6, Johnathan Greig 4, Kila Kanae 0, Zachary Cuarisma 10, James Lewis 0.

'IOLANI--Maika Kealoha 0, Trey Muraoka 9, Shovan Datta 6, Shane Killeen 3, Tracy Young 9, Joshua Hannum 2, Schuyler Shigemura 0, Taylor Lau 2, Brandon Kaiura 15, Shayd Shinsato 5, Austin Gima 0, Jonathan Like-Uehara 0.

3-point goals--Saint Louis 3 (Patrocinio 2, Schmitz). 'Iolani 5 (Kaiura 5).

 

St. Francis 68, Hawaii Baptist 53

Matthew Nuumania scored a game-high 25 points as the Saints handed the Eagles their first loss in league play. Jun Fritz led Hawaii Baptist with 20 points in a game in which both teams combined to knock down 16 3-pointers.

At Hawaii Baptist gym

St. Francis (4-1) 20 12 17 19 -- 68
Hawaii Baptist (5-1) 12 13 9 19 -- 53

ST. FRANCIS-- Austin Ursua 10, Sosiua Havea 0, Drew Wilson 6, Matthew Nuumania 25, Kaohukea Sandborn 2, Shabir Lynton 1, Jason Wu 3, Keoni Tom-Millare 16, Daron Sun 0, Kalei Davis 0, Blayne Won 5.

HAWAII BAPTIST--Chasen Fukuda 5, Jun Fritz 20, Landry Kiyabu 8, Sage Bulseco 2, Michael Fisher 2, Travis Teramae 0, Brennan Lee 0, Kalei Hosaka 11, Jordan Kauwe 2, Nathan Le 3, Caleb Gaskins 0, Andrew Kanemaru 0, John Hirokawa 0.

3-point goals--St. Francis 7 (Nuumania 5, Ursua, Wu). Hawaii Baptist 9 (Fritz 5, Hosaka 3, Fukuda).

 

Kamehameha II 55, Island Pacific 47

Evile Ieriko led the Warriors with 16 points, including four 3-pointers in the victory over the Navigators.

Theo Duplechin had a game-high 23 points in the loss for Island Pacific.

At Kekuhaupio Gym

Island Pacific (6-2) 10 11 12 14 -- 47
Kamehameha II (5-1) 16 7 16 16 -- 55

ISLAND PACIFIC--Dylan Yamamoto 3, Tyler Billman 0, Jackson Durrett 7, Christian Yagi 0, Royce Ilar 0, Theo Duplechin 23, Jason Brenner 8, Malik Veazie 6.

KAMEHAMEHA II--Keanu Haina 10, Beau Jordan Oshiro 9, Kieran Watson 5, Matthew Cieslak 0, Evile Ieriko 16, Justyce Kim-Hewlen 2, Micah Pimental 0, Max Castanera 2, Tyren Hepa 0, Noah Borden 11.

3-point goals--Island Pacific 3 (Brenner, Durrett, Veazie). Kamehameha 5 (Ieriko 4, Oshiro).

 

Punahou II 55, Lanakila Baptist 29

Alvin Kwock led all scorers with 12 points as the Buffanblu outscored the Warriors 23-3 in the first quarter and cruised to victory.

Richard Abbley and Tyler Johnson each scored seven points for Lanakila Baptist.

At Hemmeter Fieldhouse

LBS (3-3) 3 11 10 5 -- 29
Punahou II (4-1) 23 11 12 9 -- 55

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Jordan Soriano 2, Nahiku Passi 0, Micah Miranda 2, Tyler Johnson 7, Matthew Kakilala 4, Jordan Cabato 4, Josh Pananganan 3, Rodney Yun 0, Richard Abbley 7.

PUNAHOU--Alvin Kwock 12, Chase Tamashiro 1, Tim Moody 3, John Kan 0, Matt Taniguchi 8, Daley King 5, Jeremy Lee 0, Aaron Dung 2, Dane Matsuo 6, Chreighton Woo 2, Ben Ota 2, Jeffery Yamashiro 2, Alexander Chang 0, Liloa Travis 4, Travis Matsuzaki 8.

3-point goals--Lanakila Baptist none. Punahou none.

 

Hawaiian Mission 58, University 53

Grant Kono scored a game-high 18 points as the Knights handed the Junior 'Bows their first loss in league play.

Mark Suan-Rothenborg led University with 17 points.

At Hawaiian Mission gym

UHS (3-1) 10 19 11 13 -- 53
HMA (5-2) 6 19 19 14 -- 58

UNIVERSITY--Mark Suan-Rothenborg 17, Andrew Canencia 5, Eugene Malvar 8, Ryan Alvarado 6, Joe Choy 0, Nalu O'Connor 12, Cameron Conant 0, Gui Aires 3 , Peter Fee 0, Ben Keller 0, Cobey Young-Bailey 2, Ian Akamine 0.

HAWAIIAN MISSION--Grant Kono 18, Christopher Tuttle 0, Nesi Bechard 14, Lucas Earles 6, Devon Tsai 0, JJ Reynolds 14, Geo Abaya 0, Daniel Williams 0, Marcus Uechi 0, JT Landenberger 0, Brady Clark 0, Ryan Kim 3, Israel Olsen 3, Polo Jin 0.

3-point goals--University 1 (Canencia). Hawaiian Mission none.

 

OIA Red Boys

Kaimuki 58, Castle 39

Tevin Nishiyama hit four 3-pointers and scored a game-high 16 points to power the Bulldogs past the winless Knights.

Mason Kualii-Moe added 14 points and Chester Sua 11 for Kaimuki. Josh Kong had a team-high 11 for Castle, hitting three 3-pointers.

At Castle gym

Kaimuki (5-3) 10 13 15 20 -- 58
Castle (0-8) 8 8 5 18 -- 39

KAIMUKI--Nicholas Motellang 4, Mason Kualii-Moe 14, Chester Sua 11, Tevin Nishiyama 16, Siaosi Halaapiapi 2, Dio Talung 1, Jonn Kakitani 3, Ken Hashimoto 2, Jordan Gestrich 0, A.J. DeJesus 2, Lio Kelekelio 2, Maui Travis 1,

CASTLE--Chaz Kobayashi 0, Seth Tiumalu 4, Josh Kong 11, Kui Alimoot 8, Jordan Aleki 8 , Micah Maeda 0, Ezekiel Marshall 0, Faaesea Lakatani 6, Kainoa Stone 2 .

3-point goals--Kaimuki 6 (Nishiyama 4, Kualii-Moe 2). Castle 5 (Kong 3, Alimoot 2).

Junior varsity--Kaimuki 51, Castle 43

 

oia white boys

Kalaheo 51, Waipahu 39

Derick Morgan and Shem Sukumaran each scored 13 points in helping the Mustangs jump out early and cruise to victory over the Marauders.

Tatupu Tatupu also had 13 points and was the high scorer in the Waipahu defeat.

At Kalaheo gym

Waipahu (6-1) 4 12 9 14 -- 39
Kalaheo (1-6) 13 11 12 14 -- 51

WAIPAHU--Richard Ugalde 3, Duketoa Tili 5, Daeniel Cullen Diomanpo 3, Jayvee Cadiente 7, Wesley Nagaseu 3, Christian Clarito 0, Roy Florence 5, Tatupu Tatupu 13.

KALAHEO--Quincy Mason 2, Sage Richardson 2, Joshua Ko 8, Derick Morgan 13, Shem Sukumaran 13, Jordyn Reindollar 4, Anthony Rowan 2, Silila Tucker 3, Shane Hipa 4.

3-point goals--Waipahu 3 (Ugalde, Cadiente, Florence). Kalaheo 8 (Morgan 3, Sukumaran 3, Ko 2).

BIIF Varsity Boys
Kamehameha 77, Keaau 58

GIRLS

ILH Division I Girls

No. 3 'Iolani 66, Sacred Hearts 35

The Raiders came out strong and cruised to victory against the Lancers.

'Iolani's Kylie Maeda led all scorers with 16 points and four 3-pointers.

At Sacred Hearts gym

'Iolani (8-2) 25 15 21 5 -- 66
Sacred Hearts (1-9) 8 12 9 6 -- 35

'IOLANI--Kylie Maeda 16, Saphyre Rezentes 12, Klein Masutani 0, Katie Tom 5, Erin Napier 0, Kaitlyn Shikada 5, Abrianna Johnson-Edwards 6, Loxley Keala 2, Alyssa Li'ili'i 2, Alex Masaquel 10, Taimane Passi 8.

Sacred Hearts-- Tiare Libarios-Moses 0, Brittney Mopas 0, Vanessa Freitas 2, Hunter Wilso-Pena 2, Bashalei Almadova 7, Anjela Kim 0, Erica Pagan 8, Celina Pagan 7, Naihe Paikai 5, Paris Johnson 0, Kara Vaus 4.

3-point goals--'Iolani 5 (Maeda 4, Shikada). Sacred Hearts 2 (E. Pagan, C. Pagan).

 

No. 5 Punahou 38, No. 10 Kamehameha 36

Mysha Sataraka scored a game-high 15 points to lead the fifth-ranked Buffanblu to a road victory over the Warriors.

Kennedi Akana led Kamehameha with nine points.

At Kekuhaupio Gym

Punahou (7-2) 12 10 9 7 -- 38
Kamehameha (3-7) 9 7 8 8 -- 36

Punahou-- Julia Brand 2, Mysha Sataraka 15, Jennifer Ching 8, Turner Wong 0, Hailey-Ann Maeda 6, Reina Furuya 6, Kaitlyn Waili 0, Samantha Alakai 0, Daena Mau 0, Michelle Parke 1, Stacey Lin 0, Keaupono Fey 0.

Kamehameha-- Brooke Rickard 6, Deja Tafiti 4, Manuhaaipo Noa 4, Krystal-Lei Mills 2, Brachelle Nueku 0, Taira Robins-Hardy 1, Kennedi Akana 9, Puuwainui Ah Puck 2, Lilia Maio 8.

3-point goals--Punahou 3 (Furuya 2, Ching). Kamehameha 2 (Rickard 2).

 

ILH Division II Girls

University 49, 'Iolani II 29

Quynne Eharis and Channelle Maldonado combined for 36 of the Junior Bows' 49 points as University toppled the Raiders.

Melemau Halaifonua led 'Iolani II with 10 points.

At 'Iolani gym

University (11-1) 12 8 16 13 -- 49
'Iolani II (6-4) 9 2 8 10 -- 29

UNIVERSITY--Anuhea Memea 3, Kassandra Sanchez 0, Tiffany Ulep 0, Kianalei Machida 3, Quynne Eharis 23, Querena Natividad 3, Skyler Chung-Ming 0, Crystal Wang 4, Channelle Maldonado 13, Janae Rasmussen 0, Ashlee Ai 0.

'IOLANI II--Ashlyn Yokoyama 8, Cari Anne Nada 0, Ashley Yoshioka 2, Stasha Eliu 0, Malia Ma 0, Melemau Halaifonua 10, Alisha Kodama 2, Khayden Gabriel 6, Teru Okamoto 1.

3-point goals--University 4 (Maldonado 4). 'Iolani 2 (Yokoyama).

 

Punahou II 35, St. Francis 28

Nicole Shelton scored a game-high 10 points to lead the Buffanblu over the Saints.

Jessica Rossi led St. Francis with seven points.

At Hemmeter Fieldhouse

St. Francis (3-8) 6 7 7 8 -- 28
Punahou II (7-3) 5 12 9 9 -- 35

ST. FRANCIS-- Tori Keliiaa 1, Kiana Jones 5, Kayla Jones 5, Alissa Pacarro 1, Brittney McCray 0, Jedidah Hanakahi 0, Jasmine Soon 2, Jessica Rossi 7, Rachael Carlos 1, Ashley Kupau 6.

PUNAHOU II-- Elisabeth Ushigome 0, Jade Lum 0, Staci Anne Mihara 4, Ailana Meyer 0, Rashelle Nagata 3, Nicole Shelton 10, Amanda Labayog 3, Annie Tanaka 3, Sarah Ann Ota 4, Demi Coolen 2, Tiare Te'o 1, Jennifer Walsh 1, Courtney Kaneshiro 2, Preciousz Savusa 2.

3-point goals--St. Francis none. Punahou 3 (Labayog, Ota, Tanaka).

 

Lutheran 49, Le Jardin 33

Lexi Kaneshiro's game-high 17 points powered the Lions to their eighth win in league play over the Bulldogs.

Siena Shupe had 16 points for Le Jardin, which was outscored 20-3 in the second and third quarters.

At Le Jardin gym

Lutheran (8-4) 14 7 13 15 -- 49
Le Jardin (0-11) 11 1 2 19 -- 33

LUTHERAN--Lexi Kaneshiro 17 , Kayla Suganuma 0, Aja Komine 0, Kailyn Osaki 5, Kiana Tom 0, Vikatolia Naulu 9, Kaleihiwa Ah New 6, Kamalei Ah New 7, Briannah Cadiz 0, Aja Keyes 5.

LE JARDIN--Kelsey Tanouye 7, Kea Olaso 2, Jasmine Baginski 0, Brianne Tabios 0, Nikki Caspers 0, Tori Natividad 2, Jordan Gonzalez 0, Dana Kim 2, Sammy Gabrelcik 0, Makena McPherson 4, Siena Shupe 16.

3-point goals--Lutheran 2 (Kaneshiro 2). Le Jardin 1 (Tanouye).

 

Hawaiian Mission 57, Lanakila Baptist 55, OT

Makaila Monroe scored 27 points, helping the Knights defeat the Warriors in overtime.

Erika Ellis scored 18 points and Crystal Sonson contributed 16 points for Lanakila Baptist.

At Hawaiian Mission gym

LBS (2-10) 4 11 12 15 7 -- 55
HMA (3-7) 11 7 8 16 9 -- 57

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Erika Ellis 18, Jessica Sonson 15, Emily Abang 0, Amillie Pacheco 0, Cheriane Goodknecht 4, Crystal Sonson 16, Lyndsey Helgeson 2, Bethesda Camacho 0, Jeizelyn Pananganan 0, Cheleste Tampos 0.

HAWAIIAN MISSION-- Abegail Ramos 0, Melissa Mishima 5, Arielle Cababat 0, Jaylene Domingo 0, Carla Ramos 0, Caroline Kim 3, Makaila Monroe 27, Sarah Dorsey 0, Joanna Raganton 0, Kimmy Kanemitsu 0, Ana Bechard 12, Janae Wong 10.

3-point goals--Lanakila Baptist 5 (Helgeson, Sonson, Ellis). Hawaiian Mission none.

 

OIA Girls Playoffs

Roosevelt 39, Leilehua 25

Kira Arruda led a second-half surge that carried the Rough Riders past the Mules and into the next round of the OIA Red playoffs today at Kapolei.

Mariah Ross had nine points for Leilehua in its final game of the season.

At Roosevelt gym

Leilehua 6 13 4 2 -- 25
Roosevelt 2 13 15 9 -- 39

LEILEHUA--Pomai Parker 0, Precious Loi-on 0, Carissa McBride 6, Tiffany Reyher 6, Brittany Carr 0, Mariah Ross 9. Elyshia Bowden 4.

ROOSEVELT--Breyana Dutro-Solomua 7, Kira Arruda 15, Abcde Furuta-Harada 9, Cameo Tamala 0, Aimee Taniguchi 6, Krystle Chung 0, Anuhea Kanealii 2.

3-point goals--Leilehua none. Roosevelt 5 (Arruda 3, Dutro-Solomua, Furuta-Harada).

 

Kaimuki 58, Aiea 31

Junior Dejah Fa'asoa had 13 points and her sister, senior Letisha Fa'asoa, scored all 11 of her points in the first half as the Bulldogs breezed by Na Alii.

Kaimuki plays at Campbell today.

Ashlei Liilii had a team-high 12 points for Aiea.

At Kaimuki gym

Aiea (2-11) 6 5 10 10 -- 31
Kaimuki (7-6) 17 14 19 8 -- 58

AIEA--Ashlei Liilii 12, Celeste Fong 1, Ashlee Dulan 1, Kana Ogawa 0, Michlae Higa 4, Kaala Lepoldo 3, Lauren Nagai 0, Taryn Hannemann 0, Francine Martinez 6, Czarina Kadokawa 0, Taylor Fetui 4, Brooke Taiese 0.

KAIMUKI--Connie Aikau 5, Alison Pologa 7, Krysta Yasui 3, Julia Soares 0, Keana Paez 3, Letisha Fa'asoa 11, Dejah Fa'asoa 13, Valarie Wilson 8, Nikki Vongphachanh 6, Luisa Moala 2.

3-point goals--Aiea 1 (Liilii). Kaimuki 7 (L. Fa'asoa 3, Wilson 2, Pologa, D. Fa'asoa).

 

Pearl City 45, Moanalua 32

Tiari Walker and Sabrina Angle each scored 12 points and Dani Magana added 11 as the Chargers won their opening-round playoff game.

Pearl City travels to Farrington today.

Shantaeus Ramos-Dias added 13 for Na Menehune, who saw their season come to an end.

At Pearl City gym

Moanalua 10 4 6 12 -- 32
Pearl City 9 6 14 14 -- 45

MOANALUA--Kristy Tamashiro 5, Kiley Lau 2, Joanna Nicolas 1, Jasmine Funtanilla 5, Jaidon Rego 2, Shantaeus Ramos-Dias 13, Leticia Colon , Kelci Quinabo 2, Jasmine Young-Gusman 2.

PEARL CITY--Sabrina Angle 12, Adrienne Jean Sylva 6, Shay Alterado 0, Rachel Look 0, Shawna Angle 4, Dani Magana 11, Tiari Walker 12, Robi Kami 0, Sierra Mendiola 0, Paulina Langi 0, Shawni Cayetano-Ramos 0.

3-point goals--Moanalua 2 (Tamashiro, Ramos-Dias). Pearl City 3 (Sa. Ang 2, Sh. Angle 1).

 

Kahuku 55, Mililani 44

The Red Raiders jumped out early and survived a second-half push in defeating the Trojans.

Joshy Noga had 16 points for Kahuku, which advanced to today's game against Kaiser.

Kellie Sakai led Mililani with 12 points.

At Mililani gym

Kahuku 18 17 9 11 -- 55
Mililani 8 7 19 10 -- 44

KAHUKU--Fiatagata Tailele-Latu 4,Rachel Tailele 4, Jaelynn Kaio , Jessica Falemalu 12, Temutisa Te'o 13, Joshy Noga 16, Mata Tonga 6.

MILILANI--Moriah Blackmon 0, Kaylee Torres 5, Kellie Sakai 12, Kapili Amamalin 5, Kayla Wright 1, Jasmyne Garay 11, Kawehi Pilakowski 4, Nayla Long 6, Jaycque Agbayani 0. .

3-point goals--Kahuku 6 (Falemalu 3, Te'o 2, Noga). Mililani none.

 






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