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Prep World

For Tuesday, January 18, 2011

By Paul Honda




Shairone Thompson
Kahuku basketball
The 6-foot-5 senior scored 19 points in a 78-46 win over Castle and scored a season-high 30 points in a 67-65 overtime win against Moanalua for the No. 7-ranked Red Raiders.


Kirsten Liana
Farrington basketball
The senior forward scored 20 points in a 52-42 win over Pearl City and 29 points in a 59-53 overtime win at Kapolei as the Lady Governors advanced in the OIA Red playoffs.


Soccer Boys

» Makoa DeVincent, Leilehua: two goals in a 5-1 win over Campbell
» Shane Fuller, Saint Louis: two goals in a 9-1 win over Pac-Five
» Nicolas Kapua, Pearl City: two goals in a 3-0 win over Waialua
» Marcus Mariota, Saint Louis: three goals against Pac-Five
» Ikaika Matas, Leilehua: two goals against Campbell
» Brad Pena, Roosevelt: two goals in a 7-0 victory over McKinley
» Titus Salter, Roosevelt: two goals against McKinley


» Allison Calabrese, Pac-Five: two goals in a 3-0 win over St. Francis
» Roseanne Dumlao, Leilehua: two goals in a 3-0 win over Radford
» Caprice Dydasco, Kamehameha: two goals in an 8-1 victory over Sacred Hearts
» Kiana Forsythe, Kalaheo: two goals in a 6-0 victory over Farrington
» Tiana Fujimoto, Moanalua: three goals in a 5-1 win over Kaiser
» Anuhea Gillis, Sacred Hearts: four goals in a 12-1 win over St. Francis
» Kealakekua Makekau, Sacred Hearts: three goals against St. Francis
» Carly Neal, Kamehameha: two goals against Sacred Hearts
» Krystal Pascua, 'Iolani: two goals in a 2-0 win over Punahou
» T.J. Reyno, Mililani: two goals in a 3-1 win over Pearl City
» Hana Tomozawa, 'Iolani: two goals in a 5-0 victory over Mid-Pacific
» Kelsey Wright, Kapolei: three goals in a 4-1 win over Aiea

» Complete list: See full list of honor roll athletes at hawaiiprepworld.com



The Top 10 high school girls basketball teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.

Team, Record Last Game next Game PTS. PVS.
1. Konawaena (17) 25-1 beat Kealakehe vs. HPA, tomorrow 170 1
2. Waiakea, 20-1 beat Pahoa at Ka'u, tomorrow 140 2
3. 'Iolani, 14-6 beat Mid-Pacific vs. Punahou, Thursday 136 3
4. Lahainaluna, 17-4 beat Maui MIL playoffs, Thursday 118 4
5. Punahou, 13-2 beat Sacred Hearts vs. Mid-Pacific, today 112 5
6. Farrington, 14-9 beat Kapolei vs. Kahuku, Friday 68 9
7. Mid-Pacific, 13-6 lost to 'Iolani at Punahou, today 61 7
8. Kapolei, 18-3 lost to Farrington vs. Kaiser, tomorrow 43 6
9. Kaiser, 14-5 beat Campbell at Kapolei, tomorrow 27 8
10. (tie) Kahuku, 7-10 beat Kaimuki vs. Farrington, Friday 17 --
10. (tie) Radford, 14-2 beat Waianae vs. Kalani, tomorrow 17 --
» Also receiving votes: Kamehameha 15, Kahuku 14, Hawaii Baptist 7, Kamehameha-Hawaii 2, Maryknoll 1, University 1.

» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Kamehameha (No. 10).



The Top 10 high school boys basketball teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.

Team, Record Last Game next Game PTS. PVS.
1. 'Iolani (18), 13-4 beat Punahou at Maryknoll, tomorrow 205 2
2. Kamehameha, 13-7 beat Mid-Pacific vs. Saint Louis, tomorrow 177 1
3. AOP (2), 15-4 beat Damien vs. Punahou, tomorrow 166 5
4. Punahou, 20-5 lost to 'Iolani vs. AOP, tomorrow 139 4
5. Farrington (1), 16-4 beat Aiea vs. Waipahu, today 104 6
6. KS-Hawaii, 17-2 lost to Hilo vs. Pahoa, today 100 3
7. Kahuku, 20-3 beat Moanalua at Kailua, today 94 7
8. Radford, 13-5 beat Pearl City vs. Kapolei, Thursday 74 8
9. Roosevelt, 9-3 beat Castle vs. Kalani, today 38 9
10. Seabury Hall, 10-4 beat Lanai vs. St. Anthony, tomorrow 20 10
» Also receiving votes: Hilo 17, Kaimuki 12, McKinley 3, Leilehua 2, Moanalua 2, Konawaena 1, Lahainaluna 1.

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