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'Iolani wins on desperate shot

By Paul Honda

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After 13 misses, Josiah Sukumaran finally got a little lucky.

A little luck, that is, with plenty of skill. The 6-foot-3 senior sank a turnaround 28-foot 3-pointer as time expired to lift No. 2 'Iolani over No. 4 Punahou 45-42 yesterday afternoon before a stunned crowd of about 1,000 at Hemmeter Fieldhouse.

There was just 1.1 seconds on the clock when the visiting Raiders inbounded the ball. Sukumaran had no choice but to let the ball fly, but his form was flawless. The shot was true, all net from 8 feet beyond the 3-point arc — over 6-foot-6 defender Malik Johnson.

"I just had to throw it up. Trevyn (Tulonghari) tried to get open. They did a good job defending him because they know he's a shooter," said Sukumaran, who was involved in a last-second, game-deciding play in a win over Kamehameha three weeks ago. "I guess they didn't think I could shoot it. I just shot it as quick as I can. It felt good. I was surprised."

'Iolani (14-4) improved to 6-1 in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu.

"It's a great win. The ILH has so many great teams, such a great race," Raiders coach Dean Shimamoto said. "It wasn't pretty, it wasn't how we drew it up, but we'll take it. We were planning for overtime. He's been hitting 3s in practice, but I couldn't imagine that. I'll take it."

Reid Saito led 'Iolani with 14 points. Gabriel Vega and Sukumaran scored 10 points each.

Punahou (20-5), with 12 points from sophomore guard Nicholas Velasquez, fell to 7-2 in the league. DeForest Buckner added eight points, seven rebounds and three blocks. Johnson added six boards despite injuring his left ankle late in the first quarter.

"It's a tough one, a tough one. We worked really hard, worked our butts off," Buffanblu coach Darren Matsuda said. "Malik was in his face. It was a good shot. You've got to give him the credit."

The lead changed hands five times in a lethargic first half, but Punahou's fast break came to life in the third quarter. Velasquez scored 10 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, to give the Buffanblu a 32-26 lead.

The Raiders responded, however, with 11 second-half points by Saito.

Using a mix of man and 1-2-2 zone defenses, Punahou held on to its lead for most of the fourth quarter. 'Iolani was down 40-39 with 2:02 left when six Raiders took the floor after a timeout. One of them, Adam Ching, quietly jogged off the court via the baseline and made his way back to the bench after the ball was inbounded. Officials did not blow a whistle, let alone assess a technical foul.

On that possession, Sukumaran ended a shooting slump by driving through the paint for a left-handed layup, giving 'Iolani a 41-40 lead with 1:22 left.

Punahou guard Lowell Tong responded with a baseline jumper and the Buffablu led 42-41 with 51 seconds left.

Saito hit the second of two foul shots with 15.8 seconds remaining to tie the score at 42-all.

Punahou's last possession ended with a turnover. Lowell Tong's lob to Johnson was deflected by forward Keahi Hogan, and the Raiders called timeout with 2 seconds left.

With five team fouls, Punahou had a foul to give and hacked Sukumaran on an inbounds pass at midcourt, stopping the clock with 1.1 seconds to go, setting up the game-winning shot.

Punahou shot 51 percent from the field (18-for-35), but committed 14 turnovers, including 10 before halftime.

"That hurt us, the errors. I've got to give them credit. They've got some of the best on-ball pressure and that forced us into turnovers that we've got to clean up to win this kind of game," Matsuda said. "Reid hit two really big 3s. They're a veteran team and they made the bigger shots."

'Iolani shot 35 percent (18-for-51) and was just 4-for-9 from the foul line, but committed just three turnovers and outrebounded Punahou in the second half 12-9.

"They played a great game. It was really tough," Sukumaran said. "This is how every 'Iolani-Punahou game should be."

Punahou's next game will be against AOP (4-1 ILH) at Le Jardin's Charles B. Wang Gymnasium on Wednesday. The game had originally been scheduled at Damien's gym.

'Iolani will visit Maryknoll on Wednesday.

 

At Hemmeter Fieldhouse
'Iolani (6-1) 9 8 14 14 -- 45
Punahou (7-2) 8 8 16 10 -- 42

'IOLANI--Jourdan Simmonds 3, Reid Saito 14, Kainoa Scheer 2, Josiah Sukumaran 10, Trevyn Tulonghari 0, Gabriel Vega 10, Adam Ching 2, Keahi Hogan 2, Duke Pauli 2.
PUNAHOU--Patrick O'Neill 2, Bryan Matsukawa 0, Sean Gruebner 6, Steven Lakalaka 0, Lowell Tong 8, Nicholas Velasquez 12, Malik Johnson 4, Christopher McLaren 2, DeForest Buckner 8, Luke Kaumatule 0.
3-point goals-- 'Iolani 5 (Saito 3, Sukumaran, Simmonds), Punahou 2 (Velasquez).

 

ILH DIVISION I
No. 5 Academy of the Pacific 47, Damien 20

Kona Makaula scored 12 points and the Dolphins pulled away by outscoring the Monarchs 19-0 in the fourth period.

Damien's Dylan Yonamine-Baysa scored nine points.

 

At Damien gym
AOP (6-1) 11 8 9 19 -- 47
Damien (0-9) 9 7 4 0 -- 20

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC--Michael Urcia 4, Moritz Krume 7, Micah Dunhour 8, Wilson Macloed 8, Drew Vienna 4, David Daniel 2, Kona Makaula 12, Kyan Furtado 0, Marshall Gourley 2.
DAMIEN--AJ Lee 2, Alvern Ribao 0, Dylan Yonamine-Baysa 9, Rusty Kauahikaua 0, Oliver Shaw 1, Ashton Obrero 0, Benjamin Gochenouer 0, Nate Ariola 0, Jed Lim 2, Lonn Iwashita 6, Taylor Abordo 0.
3-point goals — Academy of the Pacific 2 (Urcia, Macloed). Damien 1 (Yonamine-Baysa).

 

No. 1 Kamehameha 75, Mid-Pacific 45

Micah Christenson scored 23 points and Frank Ho added 11 as the Warriors dominated the owls.

Patrick Matthew led Mid-Pacific with 18.

 

At Mid-Pacific gym
KS (5-2) 15 26 18 16 -- 75
MID-PACIFIC (4-4) 10 13 13 9 -- 45

KAMEHAMEHA--Dyrbe Enos 6, Shane Matayoshi 7, Frank Ho 11, Micah Christenson 23, Brandon Orpillia 3, Davis Achong 5, Cid Camanse-Stevens 7, Trent Park 0, Jeremy Tate Campbell 5, Charlton Tang 4, Gavin LaGrange 2, Shane Yoshida 0, Zerin Parker 2.
MID-PACIFIC--Jordan Matsumoto 0, Jordan Doi 0, Terrence Tenjoma 3, Trey Kubota 2, Shaun Dobovan 3, Matthew Ohtani 0, Taylor Narimatsu 0, Tryston Fagarang 1, Patrick Matthews 18, Marcus Doi 4, Brent Yee 0, Matthew Tanaka 1, Ryan Swanson 0, Matthew Carland 7, Titus Failauga 6.
3-point goals--Kamehameha 7 (Christenson 3, Matayoshi, Ho, Campbell). Mid-Pacific 1 (Carland).

 

ILH DIVISION II
Hanalani 58, Lanakila Baptist 34

Kainoa Peterson hit three 3-pointers and finished with 20 points and Aaron Schoniwitz added 11 points as the Royals beat the Warriors.

Lanakila Baptist's Richard Abbey scored 10 points.

 

At Hanalani gym
LBS (3-4) 6 11 12 5 -- 34
Hanalani (3-5) 14 11 14 19 -- 58

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Jordan Soriano 0, Nahiku Passi 0, Micah Miranda 9, Tyler Johnson 7, Matthew Kakilala 2, Jordan Cabato 2, Josh Pananganan 4, Rodney Yun 0, Richard Abbey 10.
HANALANI--Pomi Milton 2, Lucas Leaman 2, Kainoa Souza Chaves 10, Michael Milton 1, Brandon Kubo 2, Aaron Schoniwitz 11, Zach Relles 6, Nathaniel Lim 2, T.J. Olson 0, Duane Teem 2, Bruce Taca 0, Jordan Hu 0, Ian Robinson 0, Kainoa Peterson 20.
3-point goals — Lanakila Baptist 1 (Johnson). Hanalani 7 (Peterson 3, Schoniwitz 2, Souza Chaves 2).

 

Island Pacific 58, University 51

Theo Duplechin scored 10 of his 21 points in the third period as the Navigators beat the Jr. Rainbows.

Jackson Durrett and Jason Brenner both added 11 points for IPA, which outscored University 20-9 in the third.

University's Andrew Canencia made four 3-pointers and finished with 23 points.

 

At Damien gym
IPA (7-2) 15 9 20 14 -- 58
University (4-2) 15 14 9 13 -- 51

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY--Dylan Yamamoto 4, Tyler Billman 3, Jackson Durrett 11, Christian Yagi 0, Royce Ilar 0, Theo Duplechin 21, Jason Brenner 11, Malik Veazie 7, Colt Wallace 1.
UNIVERSITY-- Andrew Canencia 23, Eugene Malvar 0, Ryan Alvarado 2, Cameron Conant 5, Gui Aires 7, Peter Fee 9, Ben Keller 5, Cobey Young 0, Ian Akamine 0, Javier Joshua 0.
3-point goals — Island Pacific 5 (Jackson 3, Veazie, Brenner). University 4 (Canencia 4).

 

St. Francis 60, 'Iolani II 46

Austin Ursua scored nine of his 11 points in the first half and Jason Wu also scored 11 as the Saints used a big first half to beat the Raiders.

Shovan Datta scored 14 points for 'Iolani, which trailed 36-14 at halftime.

 

At Manoa gym
St. Francis (5-1) 20 16 14 10 -- 60
'Iolani II (3-5) 7 7 17 15 -- 46

ST. FRANCIS--Austin Ursua 11, Sosiua Havea 3, Drew Wilson 9, Matthew Nuumania 8, Kaohukea Sandborn 0, Shabir Lynton 0, Jason Wu 11, Keoni Tom-Millare 9, Daron Sun 0, Kalei Davis 4, Blayne Won 5.
'IOLANI II--Maika Kealoha 7, Trey Muraoka 2, Shovan Datta 14, Shane Killeen 0, Tracy Young 11, Schuyler Shigemura 0, Taylor Lau 1, Brandon Kaiura 8, Shayd Shinsato 3, Austin Gima 0.
3-point goals — St. Francis 4(Ursua, Havea, Nuumania, Wu). 'Iolani II 3 (Kaiura 2, Kealoha).

 

OIA RED EAST
No. 7 Kahuku 67, Moanalua 65, OT

Shairone Thompson was hot from the field, scoring a game-high 30 points as the Red Raiders defeated Na Menehune in overtime.

Keven Amaral scored 20 points for Moanalua in a losing effort.

 

At Kahuku gym
Moanalua (3-6) 14 13 17 14 7 -- 65
Kahuku (9-1) 20 8 14 16 9 -- 67

MOANALUA--Bronson Kepa 4, Aaron Davis 3, Keven Amaral 20, Dexter Williams 13, Brandon Guerreo 8, Kreig Kepa 0, Dominique Jones 0, Carl Ko 2, Dillon Turk 14, Shane Ratledge 1, Richard Villasenor 0.
KAHUKU--Evan Ramirez 0, Kawahena Johnson 12, Samala Afalava 9, Tyrone Brown 0, Mua Malufau 7, KJ Ululave 3, Danny Aki 0, Bronson Beatty 0, Mekeli Fiso 6, Shairone Thompson 30.
3-point goals--Moanalua 4 (Guerrero 2, Davis, Amaral). Kahuku 5 (Johnson 3, Afalava, Malufau).
Junior varsity--Kahuku 35, Moanalua 31

 

No. 9 Roosevelt 62, Castle 45

Shai Brown poured in 20 points and Kaipo Pale added 16 as the Rough Riders jumped to a 19-4 first-quarter lead and cruised past the Knights.

Micah Maeda scored 11 points and Kui Alimoot 10 to lead Castle.

 

At Castle gym
Roosevelt (8-2) 19 12 12 19 -- 62
Castle (0-9) 4 10 11 20 -- 45

ROOSEVELT--Shai Brown 20, Micah Ikari 2, Ese Tago 2, Cozia Chapman Jr. 0, Brendan Nakatani 3, Pono Patoc 5, Kaipo Pale 16, Asten Koki 9, Troy Nakasuji 5, Rahni Fisher 0.
CASTLE--Chaz Kobayashi 4, Seth Tiumalu 6, Josh Kong 6, Kui Alimoot 10, Jordan Aleki 5, Micah Maeda 11, Ezekiel Marshall 1, Faaesea Lakatani 2.
3-point goals--Roosevelt 1 (Brown). Castle 3 (Tiamalu, Kong, Maeda).
Junior varsity--Castle 53, Roosevelt 39

 

Kaimuki 61, Kalani 51

Mason Kualii-Moe scored 17 points and three other Bulldogs scored in double figures against the Falcons.

Tevin Nishiyama added 13 points, John Kakitani had 12 and Nicholas Motellang scored 10 for Kaimuki, which led 30-17 at halftime.

Kalani's Tatsuya Ono hit four 3-pointers and finished with 17 points.

 

At Kalani gym
Kaimuki (7-4) 12 18 13 18 -- 61
Kalani (4-6) 7 10 16 18 -- 51

KAIMUKI--Nicholas Motellang 10, Mason Kualii-Moe 17, Chester Sua 6, Tevin Nishiyama 13, Siaosi Halaapiapi 2, Dio Talung 1, Jonn Kakitani 12.
KALANI--Imani Washington 10, Kory Kashiwabara 9, Tatsuya Ono 17, Takezo Iguchi 9, Jordan Yogi 4, Nick Huth 2, Benson Leung 0.
3-point goals--Kaimuki 4 (Nishiyama 2, Motellang, Kualii-Moe). Kalani 5 (Ono 4, Iguchi).
Junior varsity--Kaimuki 54, Kalani 45

 

OIA RED WEST
No. 8 Radford 45, Pearl City 28

Nashon George had 14 points and 12 rebounds to power the Rams past the Chargers.

George's dunk sparked a 9-0 run midway through the fourth quarter. Zach Pelzl had 12 points, eight assists and six rebounds for Radford.

 

At Pearl City
Radford 11 8 10 16 -- 45
Pearl City 4 7 8 9 -- 28

RADFORD--Glenn Castil 0, Zach Pelzl 12, Jeromy Castro 4, Tevita Baravilala 5, Maika Ulufale 10, Roscoe Kalilikane 0, D.J. Huggins 0, Travir Fata 0, Nashon George 14.
PEARL CITY--Kailon Sabate 4, Ryan Arguelles 0, Josiah DeMello 8, Isaac Shim 3, Nicholas Villarmia 6, Jerry Galardo 0 , Marc Sumiga 2, Kapena Akiona 0, Paul Perry 3, Bryson Takaesu 0, Kainoa Perez 0, Cody Miyashiro 0, Adam Murata 2, Chaz Ebisu 0.
Three-point goals--Radford none. Pearl City 2 (Villarmia 2)
Junior varsity--Radford 36, Pearl City 31

 

Mililani 59, Waianae 52

Hassan Richardson scored 10 of his 20 points in the third period as the Trojans beat the Seariders.

Mililani outscored Waianae 22-9 in the third to take a 47-32 lead.

Waianae's Matthew Ramaila scored 21 points.

 

At Mililani gym
Waianae (1-9) 11 12 9 20 -- 52
Mililani (8-2) 14 11 22 12 -- 59

WAIANAE--Devon Seabrooks 6, Jaylen Mitchell 2, Devon Kamaka 2, Kealoa Bradley 0, Jamal Lopez 4, Anthony Niederschmidt 17, Matthew Ramaila 21.
MILILANI--Damon Shimabukuro 0, Ryan Jacobs 0, Brady Spiridigliozzi 4, Trent McKinney 7, Kaimihoku Wilson 0, Josh Lenchanko 4, Robbie Griffin 2, Alex Bumgarner 8, Riley Borges 8, Hassan Richardson 20, Ervan Jean Pierre 6, Christian Baltazar 0, Taylor Tuia 0.
3-point goals--Waianae 5 (Niederschmidt 3, Seabrooks, Lopez). Mililani 2 (McKinney, Richardson).
Junior varsity--Mililani 65, Waianae 34

 

Leilehua 61, Kapolei 49

Dylan Bender hit five 3-pointers in the second quarter for his team-high 15 points as the Mules shook off a slow start to breeze by the Hurricanes.

Joshua Wills had a game-high 17 points and Jared Milare 11 for Kapolei. Penetito Melei added 10 for Leilehua.

 

At Kapolei gym
Leilehua (8-2) 4 23 19 15 -- 61
Kapolei (2-8) 5 16 14 14 -- 49

LEILEHUA--Dillon Pau'u 4, Stockton Crowley 2, Reece Acohido 6, Xavieuer Adger 8, Richard Cherry 4, Christian Manzo 5, Penetito Melei 10, Russell Siavii 6, Dylan Bender 15, team 1.
KAPOLEI--Curtis Tavares 0, Devyn Knight 9, Samson Chong 0, Jared Milare 11, Joshua Farias 0, Joshua Wills 17, Kaeo Soares , Chris Dillard 0, Kapua Awong 4, Zachary Berg 2, Kiatrell Zachary 0, Zachary Reeves 6.
3-point goals--Leilehua 7 (Bender 5, Adger, Acohido ). Kapolei 6 (Wills 5, Milare 1).
Junior varsity--Kapolei 46, Leilehua 43

 

OIA WHITE
No. 6 Farrington 54, Aiea 47

J.P. Saycon scored a game-high 29 points to lead the Govenors past Na Alii.

Freddy Taliulu and Taylor Taliulu scored 13 points each to lead Aiea.

 

At Aiea gym
Farrington (7-1) 17 12 7 18 -- 54
Aiea (3-4) 6 9 13 19 -- 47

FARRINGTON--Paul Solomon 4 , Ryan Reyes 5, Anastacio Lombawa 0, Clem Rarogal 2, Bernard DeLeon 0, Jeffrey Madarang 3, Chadey Callazo 0, Lancelot Williams 5, Viane Vaina 6, J.P. Saycon 29, Shane Cabato-Machado 0.
AIEA--Chucky Kaahanui 11, Douglas Tautua 0, Terence Fong 0, Branden Abiva 2, Ernesto Salazar 3, Freddy Taliulu 13, Phillip Madriaga 0, Jholy Mauai 5, Taylor Taliulu 13.
3-point goals--Farrington 3 (Saycon 3). Aiea 3 (Kaahanui, Salazar, Taliulu).
Junior varsity--Farrington 45, Aiea 24

 

McKinley 55, Kaiser 53

Lesley Machiguchi was fouled with 2 seconds left in the game and drained both of his free throws to lift the Tigers over the Cougars.

Machiguchi finished with 19 points to lead McKinley.

Preston Wuich scored 24 points for Kaiser in the loss.

 

At Kaiser gym
McKinley (7-2) 14 13 14 14 -- 55
Kaiser (5-4) 9 17 17 10 -- 53

MCKINLEY--Jason Ramano 0, Jovanie Trumata 0, Ryan Arzadon 0, Kyrell Wright 0, Jace Bolosan 15, Micah Waters 0, Justly Laquihon 0, Andy Sombatphibane 0, Alex Ironside 13, Lesley Machiguchi 19, William Rollman 0, Rio Kwan 8, Wilhem Rivera 0.
KAISER--Brandon Ale 0, Matthew Nagata 0, Bret Kanoa 2, Davin Morton 2, Preston Wuich 24, Justin Wuich 0, Doug Gehring 3, Quinton Wong 11, Adam Kostylo 0, Royce Kuromoto 0, Corey Lum 6, Mark Guirguis 5, Reeve Solliday 0, John Bice 0, Cruz Kalaugher 0.
3-point goals--McKinley 8 (Machiguchi 3, Bolosan 2, Ironside 2, Kwan). Kaiser 5 (Wong 3, P. Wuich, Guirguis).
Junior varsity--McKinley 38, Kaiser 34

 

Waialua 56, Anuenue 35

Chase Uhlir scored 15 points and William Sacapulo-Uepa added 12 as the Bulldogs defeated Na Koa.

Kamea Kahiapo led Anuenue with 10 points.

 

At Waialua gym
Anuenue (1-9) 4 7 9 15 -- 35
Waialua (6-3) 12 19 16 9 -- 56

ANUENUE--Ikaika Gante 11, Makana Fernandez 2, Pono Kahili 2, Kahooipo Mossman-Ancog 0, Kealoha Smith 0, Makamae Wengler 7, Kamea Kahiapo 10, Iokepa Waiwaiole 3.
WAIALUA--Sonnymar Domingo 0, William Sacapulo-Uepa 12, Winston Sacapulo-Uepa 5, Veran-Scott Acob 0, Jake Kaysonphet 0, Virgilio Repollo 2, Jerimiah Repollo 3, Chase Uhlir 15, Vance Maluyo 11, Rudi Galapia 5, Victor Nobello 3.
3-point goals--Anuenue 3 (Gante 2, Kahiapo). Waialua 1 (Nobello).

 

Waipahu 58, Kamakau 23

Wesley Nagaseu scored 14 points to lead the Marauders past Kamakau.

Teawe Olds and Kumukoa Oana had 11 points each to lead Kamakau.

 

At Waipahu gym
Kamakau (0-9) 8 6 5 4 -- 23
Waipahu (8-1) 20 17 13 7 -- 58

KAMAKAU--Kamalu Kamauoha 1, Kalahikiola Heind-Boyd 0, Teawe Olds 11, Kumukoa Oana 11, Hoalu Goodhue 0, Kawaipunahele Tenn 0, Hanna Wasson 0, Kalaunui Enos 0.
WAIPAHU--Chance Delima 4, Richard Ugalde 8, Duketoa Tili 5, Brice Dwiggins 4, Marc Moises 4, Jayvee Cadiente 7, Wesley Nagaseu 14, Roy Florence 6, Eric Castro 4, Nathaniel Timoteo 2.
3-point goals--Kamakau 1 (Oana). Waipahu 2 (Cadiente, Tili).

 

Nanakuli 32, Kalaheo 31

Joe Shelton scored four of his 14 points in overtime to lift the Golden Hawks over the Mustangs.

Joshua Ko scored 10 points for Kalaheo in the loss.

 

At Nanakuli gym
Kalaheo (2-7) 13 7 8 0 3 -- 31
Nanakuli (4-5) 9 7 7 5 4 -- 32

KALAHEO--Quincy Mason 0, Shane Hipa 4, Sage Richardson 4, Joshua Ko 10, Derick Morgan 3, Shem Sukumaran 8, Jordyn Reindollar 0, Anthony Rowan 2, Silila Tucker 0, Jesten Mortensen-Freitas 0, Kainoa Lauriano 0.
NANAKULI--Terrell Ochimas 0, Brenton Corn 0, Kameran Self-Gomes 4, Gary Shelton 7, Nate Auelua-Naki 0, Joe Shelton 14, Kalau Kalawa 0, Ikena Anakalea 2, Clayton Atualevao 2, Kamalu Paris 3.
3-point goals--Kalaheo 4 (Ko 2, Morgan, Sukumaran). Nanakuli 2 (J. Shelton 2).
Junior varsity--Kalaheo 39, Nanakuli 34

 

ILH DIVISION II GIRLS
Kamehameha II 35, Hanalani 17

Jessica Jelf-Albert scored 13 points and the Warriors used a big third period to beat the Royals.

Christyn Kamaka hit two 3-pointers in the third, when Kamehameha outscored Hanalani 17-4.

 

At Hanalani gym
KS II (9-3) 8 4 17 6 -- 35
Hanalani (6-5) 5 2 4 6 -- 17

KAMEHAMEHA II--Christyn Kamaka 6, Skye Young 0, Jessica Jelf-Albert 13, Arianna Daskauskas 4, Tyana Akana 6, Brandilee Alexander 0, Katrina Dreier 0, Angela Reich 0, Kapelekua Gramberg 6, Amber Manini 0.
HANALANI--Kira Oyama 2, Brittany Williams 2, Emily Araki 0, Sarah Hyde 2, Xstazjha Hicks 0, Kimberly Feng 0, Jessica Clanton 2, Malia Bouillion 0, Catherine Armstrong 2, Nicole Gonzalez 2, Ashley Stamm 2, Sarah Liva 3.
3-point goals--Kamehameha 2 (Kamaka 2). Hanalani none.

 

St. Francis 46, Christian Academy 32

Ashley Kupau scored 10 of her 22 points in the fourth period and the Saints pulled away from the Patriots in the second half.

St. Francis outscored Christian Academy 33-16 after halftime, including 26-14 in the fourth period.

Christian Academy's Rachel Tokuda scored 13 points.

 

At Manoa gym
St. Francis (5-8) 6 7 7 26 -- 46
CA (3-10) 6 10 2 14 -- 32

ST. FRANCIS--Tori Keliiaa 2, Kiana Jones 2, Kayla Jones 4, Alissa Pacarro 0, Brittney McCray 2, Jedidah Hanakahi 2, Jasmine Soon 6, Jessica Rossi 1, Breanne Suyeyoshi 5, Rachael Carlos 0, Ashley Kupau 22.
CHRISTIAN ACADEMY--Leslie Cruz 7, Raion Black 6, Alyssa Yee 0, Rachel Tokuda 13, Rebecca Abergas 0, Tori Adres 5, Charanne Bonilla 0, Cheyenne Kessell 1, Briana Rodrigues 0.
3-point goals — St. Francis 1 (Soon). Christian Academy 2 (Tokuda 2).

 

BASKETBALL STANDINGS

ILH DIVISION I BOYS

  W L
Punahou 7 2
Academy of the Pacific 6 1
'Iolani 5 1
Kamehameha 5 2
Mid-Pacific 4 5
Saint Louis 2 4
Maryknoll 1 6
Damien 0 9

 

ILH DIVISION II BOYS

  W L
Kamehameha II 6 1
Punahou II 5 1
St. Francis 5 1
Island Pacific 7 2
Hawaiian Mission 6 2
University 4 2
Hawaii Baptist 5 2
Lanakila Baptist 3 4
'Iolani II 3 5
Hanalani 3 5
Saint Louis II 2 4
Le Jardin 1 7
Maryknoll II 0 7
Christian Academy 0 7

 

OIA RED EAST BOYS

  W L
Kahuku 9 1
Roosevelt 8 2
Kaimuki 7 4
Kalani 4 6
Kailua 4 6
Moanalua 3 6
Castle 0 10

 

OIA RED WEST BOYS

  W L
Radford 10 1
Leilehua 8 2
Mililani 8 2
Campbell 4 6
Pearl City 3 8
Kapolei 2 8
Waianae 1 9

 

OIA WHITE

  W L
Waipahu 8 1
Farrington 8 2
McKinley 7 2
Waialua 6 3  
Kaiser 5 4
Nanakuli 4 5
Aiea 4 5
Kalaheo 2 7  
Anuenue 1 9
Kamakau 0 9

 

ILH DIVISION I GIRLS

  W L
'Iolani 9 2
Punahou 8 2
Mid-Pacific 5 5
Kamehameha 3 7
Sacred Hearts 1 10

 

ILH DIVISION II GIRLS

  W L
Hawaii Baptist Academy 12 2
University 11 2
Maryknoll 9 2
Kamehameha II 9 3
Punahou II 8 3
Lutheran 8 4
Hanalani 6 5
'Iolani II 6 5
Hawaiian Mission Academy 3 7
St. Francis 4 8
Christian Academy 3 9  
La Pietra 2 10
Lanakila Baptist 2 10
Le Jardin 0 12

 

OIA RED EAST

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

 

OIA RED WEST

  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 RED TOURNAMENT

Wednesday
Game 13: Kaiser at Kapolei
Game 14: Kaimuki at Pearl City
Friday
Game 15: Kahuku vs. Farrington
Game 17: Winners, games 13-14
Tuesday, Jan. 21
Game 18: Loser's bracket final
Thursday, Jan. 27
Game 19: Championship
Saturday, Jan. 29
Game 20: Championship, if needed

OIA WHITE

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

 

OIA WHITE TOURNAMENT

Wednesday
Game 5: McKinley vs. Waianae
Game 6: Kalani vs. Radford
Friday
Game 7: McKinley/Waianae winner vs. Kalani/Radford loser
Thursday, January 27
Game 8: Championship
Saturday, January 29
Game 9: Championship, if needed

 






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