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Farrington holds off Kaiser

By Paul Honda

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LAST UPDATED: 01:39 a.m. HST, Jan 14, 2011


He's having his cake and eating it, too.

Lancelot "Keke" Williams powered his way to 16 points and 12 rebounds as No. 6 Farrington pulled away in the fourth quarter for a hard-earned 53-48 win over Kaiser last night in an Oahu Interscholastic Association White Conference basketball showdown.

A crowd of about 300 watched at Farrington's Richard Kitamura Memorial Fieldhouse.

"It's always a battle with Kaiser, I don't care what year it is," Governors coach Allan Silva said. "It wasn't pretty, but we'll take it."

Farrington improved to 7-1 in league play and dropped the Cougars to 5-3. The teams had met in an overtime thriller on Dec. 22, won by Farrington 49-48.

This time, the Governors settled things before the end of regulation. Williams, nicknamed "Keke" (the Samoan translation for cake) because of his affinity for Oreo Cookie ice cream cake, was unstoppable on the low post. The problem for the Govs, though, was that they often coughed the ball up before Keke could go to work.

"Coach had to call timeouts and tell us to relax, have patience and create offense with what the defense is giving us," Williams said.

Ryan Reyes finished with 10 points, five rebounds and three steals, sparking a pivotal fourth-quarter run.

"Ryan is the No. 1 defensive player on our team," Williams added.

Farrington (15-4 overall) had 20 turnovers after just three quarters and was in a 37-all battle before Reyes, a 6-foot-2 guard, took command defensively. The senior scored on a putback, drove for a layup and turned a midcourt steal into another deuce as the Govs soared to a 43-37 lead.

They spread out into a version of a four-corner offense, but failed to retreat defensively after mistakes. Cruz Kalaugher got inside for a bucket and Preston Wuich drove hard for another layup on a fast break as the Cougars got within 43-42 with 2:58 left.

Jeffrey Madarang scored his first basket on a drive to the hoop, but Paul Solomon missed the front of a 1-and-1 with 2:04 remaining. From there, Kaiser's free-throw shooting went downhill. The Cougars shot 3-for-10 from the charity stripe in the fourth quarter, derailing any possibility of a comeback.

Chadey Callazo hit two foul shots and Williams added another with 1:17 left to give the Govs a 48-43 lead.

J.P. Saycon (10 points) missed a dunk on a breakaway, but the ball jammed between the rim and backboard for a jump ball. The Govs got the ball back and Saycon fed Viane Vaina for a layup on the inbounds play for a 50-43 lead with 51 seconds left, sealing the win.

The Cougars managed to get within 50-47 on a baseline jumper by Royce Kuromoto with 31 seconds to play, but got no closer. Farrington did just enough at the foul line in the fourth stanza (5-for-10) to pull out a key win.

Farrington shot 53 percent from the field (20-for-38) and outrebounded Kaiser 28-16.

Bret Kanoa, Doug Gehring and Wuich led Kaiser (9-7 overall) with nine points apiece.

"The kids gave their all, but it came down to miscues. Those missed free throws, that's what hurt us," Cougars coach Ivan Tamura said.

 

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At Richard Kitamura Memorial Fieldhouse
Kaiser (5-3) 8 14 15 11 -- 48
Farrington (7-1) 9 14 14 16 -- 53

KAISER--Davin Morton 0, Quinton Wong 2, Bret Kanoa 9, Preston Wuich 9, Justin Wuich 7, Doug Gehring 9, Royce Kuromoto 2, Corey Lum 4, Mark Guirguis 2, Cruz Kalaugher 4.

FARRINGTON--Paul Solomon 2, Ryan Reyes 10, Clem Rarogal 2, Jeffrey Madarang 3, Chadey Callazo 8, Lancelot Williams 16, Viane Vaina 2, J.P. Saycon 10.

3-point goals--Kaiser 1 (J. Wuich), Farrington 3 (Callazo, Williams, Saycon).

 

McKinley 64, Nanakuli 32

Alex Ironside scored 17 points, including two 3-pointers, as the Tigers dominated the Golden Hawks.

Joe Shelton led Nanakuli with 14 points.

At McKinley gym

Nanakuli (3-5) 13 7 7 5 -- 32
McKinley (6-2) 16 21 15 12 -- 64

NANAKULI--Terrell Ochimas 2, Brenton Corn 0, Kameran Self-Gomes 2, Gary Shelton 6, Nate Auelua-Naki 0, Joe Shelton 14, Kalau Kalawa 0, Ikena Anakalea 1, Clayton Atualevao 2, Kamalu Paris 5.

MCKINLEY--Jason Ramano 10, Jovanie Trumata 2, Ryan Arzadon 0, Kyrell Wright 2, Jace Bolosan 2, Justly Laquihon 2, Andy Sombatphibane 0, Alex Ironside 17, Lesley Machiguchi 7, William Rollman 0, Rio Kwon 14, Wilhem Rivera 2, John Henry Ansagay 6.

3-point goals--Nanakuli 3 (G. Shelton 2, J. Shelton). McKinley 7 (Ramano 3, Ironside 2, Machiguchi, Kwon).

Junior varsity--McKinley 43, Nanakuli 36

 

Kalaheo 57, Waialua 42

Shane Hipa was on fire from beyond the arc, hitting five 3-pointers to lead the Mustangs past the Bulldogs.

Hipa finished with 25 points for Kalaheo.

Vance Maluyo scored 14 points to lead Waialua in the loss.

At Kalaheo gym

Waialua (5-3) 9 12 7 14 -- 42
Kalaheo (2-6) 13 7 15 22 -- 57

WAIALUA--William Sacapulo-Uepa 0, Veran-Scott Acob 0, Virgilio Repollo 10, Kristoffer Cuadro 4, Jerimiah Repollo 0, Chase Uhlir 5, John Rey Garcia 2, Vance Maluyo 14, Rudi Galapia 7.

KALAHEO--Quincy Mason 6, Joshua Ko 5, Shane Hipa 25, Derick Morgan 11, Shem Sukumaran 3, Jordyn Reindollar 5, Kainoa Lauriano 2.

3-point goals--Waialua 2 (V. Repollo). Kalaheo 7 (Hipa 5, Morgan, Sukumuran).

Junior varsity--Kalaheo 67, Waialua 47

 

Waipahu 63, Anuenue 33

Wesley Nagaseu finished with 12 points to lead the Marauders over Na Koa.

Richard Ugalde added 10 points for Waipahu. Anuenue's Ikaika Gante scored a team-high nine points.

 

OIA Red East

Kalani 42, Kailua 39

Tatsuya Ono scored 14 points, Imani Washington added 13 and the Falcons outscored the Surfriders 13-9 in the fourth period.

Kailua's Ethan Mahaulu scored nine points.

At Kailua gym

Kalani (4-5) 8 10 11 13 -- 42
Kailua (4-6) 8 11 11 9 -- 39

KALANI--Imani Washington 13, Remy Omori 4, Kevin Lei 0, Kory Kashiwabara 3, Tatsuya Ono 14, Takezo Iguchi 4, Benson Leung 0, Jordan Yogi 4, Nick Huth 0, Sam Kahalewai 0, Nick Gamboa 0.

KAILUA--Awa Poggi 3, Ikaika Ford 0, Chevy Mikaele 1, Josh Kava 2, Kila Zuttermeister 7, Keanu Vela 0, Ethan Mahaulu 9, Luis Valenzuela 6, Rhys Nakakura 6, Kirk Ronolo 5.

3-point goals--Kalani 2 (Kashiwabara, Ono). Kailua 6 (Valenzuela 2, Rhys Nakakura 2, Poggi, Zuttermeister).

Junior varsity--Kailua 52, Kalani 25

 

No. 7 Kahuku 78, Castle 46

Shairone Thompson scored 19 points and the Red Raiders took a 45-21 lead at halftime in a victory over the Knights.

Samala Afalava and KJ Ululave each scored 11 points, and Mua Malufau added 10 for Kahuku.

Josh Kong scored 14 points and Kui Alimoot added 12 for Castle.

At Kahuku gym

Castle (0-9) 12 9 16 9 -- 46
Kahuku (7-1) 27 18 20 13 -- 78

CASTLE--Chaz Kobayashi 2, Seth Tiumalu 6, Josh Kong 14, Kui Alimoot 12, Jordan Aleki 8, Micah Maeda 2, Ezekiel Marshall 1, Faaesea Lakatani 1.

KAHUKU--Evan Ramirez 5, Kawahena Johnson 6, Samala Afalava 11, Tyrone Brown 5, Reed Salanoa 0, Mua Malufau 10, Kai Saniatan 0, KJ Ululave 11, Danny Aki 6, Bronson Beatty 2, Mekeli Fiso 3, Shairone Thompson 19, Sam Ching 0.

3-point goals--Castle 5 (Kong 3, Alimoot 2). Kahuku 2 (Afalava 2).

 

Kaimuki 69, Moanalua 65 OT

Mason Kualii-Moe scored 20 points as the Bulldogs edged Na Menhune in overtime.

Dexter Williams scored 29 points for Moanalua in a losing effort.

At Moanalua gym

Kaimuki (7-3) 6 16 19 15 13 -- 69
Moanalua (3-6) 12 7 14 23 9 -- 65
KAIMUKI--Nicholas Motellang 6, Mason Kualii-Moe 20, Chester Sua 12, Tevin Nishiyama 11, Siaosi Halaapiapi 2, Dio Talung 15, Jonn Kakitani 3, Ken Hashimoto 0, Jordan Gestrich 0, A.J. DeJesus 0, Lio Kelekelio 0.

MOANALUA--Bronson Kepa 2, Aaron Davis 2, Keven Amaral 11, Dexter Williams 29, Wesley Armbrust 14, Brandon Guerreo 0, Dominique Jones 0, Carl Ko 0, Dillon Turk 0, Richard Villasenor 7.

3-point goals--Kaimuki 8 (Nishiyama 3, Kualii-Moe, Talung 4). Moanalua 2 (Amaral, Armbrust).

Junior varsity--Moanalua 47, Kaimuki 40

 

OIA Red West

Mililani 42, Kapolei 40

Hassan Richardson made a layup as time expired to lift the Trojans past the Hurricanes.

Richardson finished with 20 points for Mililani.

At Mililani gym

Kapolei (2-7) 10 9 10 11 -- 40
Mililani (7-2) 8 5 12 17 -- 42

KAPOLEI--Curtis Tavares 2, Devyn Knight 8, Jared Milare 9, Joshua Farias 0, Joshua Wills 3, Chris Dillard 9, Zachary Reeves 3, Kapua Awong 2, Zachary Berg 4.

MILILANI--Damon Shimabukuro 0, Ryan Jacobs 0, Brady Spiridigliozzi 5, Trent McKinney 5, Kyle Ortiz 0, Kaimihoku Wilson 2, Josh Lenchanko 10, Robbie Griffin 0, Alex Bumgarner 0, Riley Borges 0, Hassan Richardson 20, Ervan Jean Pierre 0, Brandon Tacadena 0.

3-point goals--Kapolei none. Mililani 4 (Lenchanko 2, Richardson, McKinney).

Junior varsity--Mililani 66, Kapolei 41

 

Campbell 37, Pearl City 27

The Sabers rallied in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Chargers 16-3, to secure the victory.

Campbell's Allan Otanes scored a team-high 13 points, followed by Fouina Haskins with 10 points to go with 14 rebounds. Christopher Crawford added 13 boards for the Sabers.

Josiah DeMello led Pearl City with seven points.

At Campbell gym

Pearl City (3-7) 12 6 6 3 -- 27
Campbell (4-6) 11 4 6 16 -- 37

PEARL CITY--Kailon Sabate 4, Ryan Arguelles 0, Josiah DeMello 7, Isaac Shim 6, Nicholas Villarmia 0, Marc Sumiga 2, Kapena Akiona 2, Paul Perry 6, Kainoa Perez 0.

CAMPBELL--Jarrin Bannister 0, Micah Cadiente 0, Christopher Crawford 6, B.J. Halmos 2, Fouina Haskins 10, Allan Otanes 13, Ryan Ramil 0, C.J. Ramos 6, Justin Silva 0, Aaron Steele 0, Manuel Sy 0.

3-point goals--Pearl City none. Campbell 2 (Ramos, Otanes).

Junior varsity--Pearl City 44, Campbell 30

 

No. 8 Radford 51, Waianae 44

Nashon George had 24 points and 13 rebounds and the Rams beat the Seariders.

Radford, which had 20 offensive rebounds, outscored Waianae 16-4 in the second period.

Waianae's Anthony Niederschmidt scored 11 points.

At Waianae gym

Radford (9-1) 4 16 16 15 -- 51
Waianae (1-8) 7 4 10 23 -- 44

RADFORD--Glenn Castil 0, Zach Pelzl 8, Jeromy Castro 3, Tevita Baravilala 2, Maika Ulufale 2, Aaron Felix 0, Roscoe Kalilikane 4, D.J. Huggins 8, Travir Fata 0, Nick Lenover 0, Nashon George 24.

WAIANAE--Jaylen Mitchell 10, Devon Kamaka 8, Kealoa Bradley 0, Jamal Lopez 5, Anthony Niederschmidt 13, Matthew Ramaila 8.

3-point goals--Radford none. Waianae 4 (Mitchell 2, Lopez, Niederschmidt).

Junior varsity--Radford 36, Waianae 31

 

ILH Division II

Kamehameha II 46, Christian Academy 15

The Warriors overwhelmed the Patriots, holding Christian Academy under double digits in the first half.

Beau Jordan Oshiro and Noah Borden led Kamehameha with nine points each. Jasen Ocol scored five for Christian Academy.

At Kamehameha gym

CA (0-6) 4 4 4 3 -- 15
KS II (6-1) 11 21 6 8 -- 46

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY--Matthew Urcia 0, Shaun Bonilla 2, Micah Sugiura 2, Jasen Ocol 5, Chris Canoneo 0, Ryan Kaleikini-Stephens 4, Ethan Reyes 2, Jarin Ralar 0, Ryan Helsham 0, Robert Helsham 0.

KAMEHAMEHA II--Keanu Haina 2, Beau Jordan Oshiro 9, Kieran Watson 4, Matthew Cieslak 8, Evile Ieriko 6, Justyce Kim-Hewlen 2, Micah Pimental 2, Max Castanera 2, Tyren Hepa 2, Noah Borden 9.

3-point goals--Christian Academy 2 (Ocol, Kaleikini-Stephens). Kamehameha II 2 (Oshiro 2).

 

Hawaiian Mission 62, Maryknoll II 49

Grant Kono scored 17 points and three other Knights reached double-figures in a victory over the Spartans.

Nesi Bechard and JJ Reynolds both scored 12 points and Israel Olsen had 11 for HMA, which outscored Maryknoll 24-12 in the second period.

Kaelen Hirashiki scored 14 points for Maryknoll, which hit seven 3-pointers.

At Maryknoll

HMA (6-2) 11 24 10 17 -- 62
Maryknoll II (0-7) 12 12 14 11 -- 49

HAWAIIAN MISSION ACADEMY--Grant Kono 17, Nesi Bechard 12, Lucas Earles 9, Devon Tsai 0, Geo Abaya 0, Daniel Williams 0, Marcus Uechi 0, Brady Clark 1, Israel Olsen 11, JJ Reynolds 12.

MARYKNOLL II--Travis Patoc 6, Jordan Tomas 4, Conrad Chong 0, Kevin Bratt 0, Brandon Hinck 11, Jeremy Talbo 2, Neil Nolan Santos 0, Mitchel Mizuguchi 0, Kevin McLain 8, Bradford Lum 2, Ian Morocco 2, Kaelen Hirashiki 14.

3-point goals-- Hawaiian Mission Academy 1(Kono). Maryknoll II 7 (Hirashiki 3, Patoc 2, McLain 2).

 

Hanalani 49, Le Jardin 38

Kainoa Souza Chaves scored 17 points to lead the Royals past the Bulldogs.

Sean McWhinnie had 23 points to lead Le Jardin.

At Hanalani gym

Le Jardin (1-7) 10 13 3 12 -- 38
Hanalani (2-5) 12 13 7 17 -- 49

LE JARDIN-Kelvin Akamine 7, Jaime Marin 0, Frankie Montalvo 2, Sam Spengler 4, Nick Vinsonhaler 0, Sean McWhinnie 23, DeVante Newsome 0, Juliun Perkins 2, Jake Blaskowski 0, Conor Regan 0.

HANALANI--Pomi Milton 3, Lucas Leaman 2, Jordan Hu 0, Michael Milton 0, Brandon Kubo 0, Aaron Schoniwitz 11, Zach Relles 6, Kainoa Souza Chaves 17, Nathaniel Lim 0, Kainoa Petersen 8, TJ Olson, 2, Duane Teem 0.

3-Point Goals--Le Jardin Academy 4 (McWhinnie). Hanalani 6 (Milton 1, Schoniwitz 2, Chaves 3).

 

BIIF

Varsity
Kamehameha-Hawaii 73, Kau 47

Hawaii Prep 56, kohala 47

Junior varsity
Kamehameha-Hawaii 42, Kau 29

Kohala 51, Hawaii Prep 49

 

ILH Division II Girls

Kamehameha 52, 'Iolani 34

Jessica Jelf-Albert scored 19 points and Kapelekua Gramberg added 14 as the Warriors dominated the Raiders.

At Kamehameha gym

'Iolani (6-5) 10 8 8 8 -- 34
KS II (8-3) 13 10 20 9 -- 52

'IOLANI II--Ashlyn Yokoyama 5, Siena Simmons 0, Zoe Palmer 0, Ashley Yoshioka 2, Stasha Eliu 0, Malia Ma 1, Melemau Halaifonua 9, Alisha Kodama 6, Khayden Gabriel 8, Teru Okamoto 3.

KAMEHAMEHA II--Christyn Kamaka 2, Skye Young 4, Jessica Jelf-Albert 19, Arianna Daskauskas 1, Arrisa Thronas 5, Tyana Akana 2, Katrina Dreier 1, Misty Caspino 2, Angela Reich 0, Kapelekua Gramberg 14.

3-point goals--'Iolani 2 (Yokoyama, Okamoto). Kamehameha 4 (Jelf-Albert).

 

Maryknoll 45, Hawaiian Mission Academy 29

Ashley Agcaoili scored 26 points and the Spartans jumped out to an 18-6 lead after the first period in a victory over the Knights.

HMA's Caroline Kim hit three 3-pointers and finished with 13 points.

At Maryknoll gym

HMA (3-7) 6 11 4 8 -- 29
Maryknoll (8-2) 18 10 9 8 -- 45

HAWAIIAN MISSION ACADEMY--Abegail Ramos 0, Melissa Mishima 0, Carla Ramos 0, Caroline Kim 13, Makaila Monroe 5, Joanna Raganton 0, Kimmy Kanemitsu 0, Ana Bechard 4, Janae Wong 5, Isabella Olsen 2.

MARYKNOLL--Maile Goodin 0, Amanda Busmente 0, Crystie Wong 0, Taylor Wong 2, Kimiko Mitchell 0, Ashley Agcaoili 26, Alexis Vila 4, Cianna Ochoco 0, Ashlee DeSantos 5, Athena Adora 2, Trinity Alualu 4, Kylie Teramoto 2, Asia Villa 0.

3-point goals--Hawaiian Mission Academy 3 (Kim 3). Maryknoll none.

 

Hanalani 50, Le Jardin 37

The Royals held on to an early lead to defeat the Bulldogs.

Kira Oyama led Hanalani with 12 points, while Siena Shupe scored a game-high 23 points for Le Jardin.

At Le Jardin gym

Hanalani (6-4) 12 10 11 17 -- 50
Le Jardin (0-12) 4 12 12 9 -- 37

HANALANI--Kira Oyama 12, Brittany Williams 0, Emily Araki 0, Sarah Hyde 2, Xstazjha Stevens-Hicks 0, Kimberly Feng 5, Jessica Clanton 9, Nicole Gonzalez 9, Ashley Stamm 4, Catherine Armstrong 0, Malia Boullion 2, Sarah Liva 7.

LE JARDIN--Kelsey Tanouye 0, Kea Olaso 4, Jasmine Baginski 1, Brianne Tabios 0, Tori Natividad 5, Jordan Gonzalez 0, Dana Kim 0, Sammy Gabrelcik 0, Makena McPherson 4, Siena Shupe 23.

3-point goals--Hanalani 2 (Clanton 2). Le Jardin 1 (Shupe).

 






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