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No. 5 Punahou rocks Mid-Pacific

By Paul Honda

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She's a comet. She's a rock.

Hailey-Ann Maeda, dubbed the "rock" by coach Mike Taylor on senior night, was solid from start to finish as No. 5 Punahou overwhelmed No. 7 Mid-Pacific 57-40 last night before about 500 fans at Hemmeter Fieldhouse.

Maeda, a 5-foot-11 senior post, had 21 points, 16 rebounds and three blocks to power the Buffanblu. Punahou improved to 9-2 in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu.

"It was a great win. We played together and we worked hard," Maeda said.

The Buffanblu will visit 'Iolani (9-2) tomorrow night in the final regular-season game with the league championship at stake. The losing team will finish second and enter the ILH playoffs to compete for the league's last state tournament berth.

"We came out with a lot of intensity and a lot of fire," Taylor said. "We took care of the ball."

Last night, Punahou dispatched an opponent that had proven tough in two earlier matchups. The teams split two games, with the visiting team winning each time by six-point margins.

This time, the Owls struggled with one starter out with an ankle injury, and when point guard Kiana Robertson left in the first quarter with a chest injury. Robertson, who ignited Mid-Pacific's transition attack with two points and three rebounds in the first 2 minutes, was in severe pain and did not return.

Punahou dominated the boards 39-22 and handled MPI's halfcourt zone and man defenses efficiently. The Buffanblu shot 44 percent from the field (22-for-50) and were 10-for-14 (71 percent) at the foul line.

Reina Furuya nailed three treys and finished with 16 points for the Buffanblu (14-2 overall).

"She hasn't had a game like that here (on varsity), but she's lit it up at JV," Taylor said of Furuya, a softball standout who will play at Penn State.

Julia Brand was a key contributor as a distributor on offense and stopper on defense, and Mysha Sataraka hustled for nine boards.

Mahina Docktor led MPI (4-6 ILH) with 11 points and five boards. Ashley Yamachika added nine points. MPI struggled from the field (11-for-40, 28 percent) and trailed 29-9 at intermission after a physical first half that left Owl players sprawled across the floor like bowling pins.

With a spark from the bench, coach Wes Masuda's squad used fullcourt pressure to surprise the Buffanblu, who committed eight turnovers in the second half. The Owls who shot 14-for-19 from the foul line after intermission, cut a 24-point deficit down to 45-32 after a coast-to-coast layup by Yamachika with 5 minutes to play.

Maeda answered with six points in a row, however, to give Punahou a 51-34 lead. MPI got no closer than 15 the rest of the way.

"The adrenaline rush was there. We tried to encourage each other. We had each other's back," Yamachika said.

Punahou spent postgame in a lengthy, elaborate senior-night celebration that included costumes, dancing and skits.

At Hemmeter Fieldhouse

MID-PACIFIC (4-6) 3 6 14 17 — 40
PUNAHOU (9-2) 13 16 14 14 — 57

MID-PACIFIC--Nicole Sato 4, Megan Kinoshita 2, Ashley Yamachika 9, Sariah Kanekoa 0, Taylor Babbitt 6, Mahina Docktor 11, Kiana Robertson 2, Chandler Arce 0, Kirstie Sugimoto 0, Jordan Joy 6.

PUNAHOU--Keaupono Fey 0, Jennifer Hwang 0, Hailey Motooka 0, Liana Lau 0, Reina Furuya 16, Stacy Lin 0, Turner Wong 4, Kaitlyn Waki 0, Samantha Alakai 1, Mysha Sataraka 2, Julia Brand 6, Daena Mau 1, Michelle Parke 4, Jennifer Ching 2, Hailey-Ann Maeda 21.

3-point goals — Mid-Pacific 1 (Sato). Punahou 3 (Furuya 3).

 

Kamehameha 54, Sacred Hearts 46

Vanessa Freitas posted 13 points for the Lancers, but it wasn't enough to defeat the Warriors.

Deja Tafiti led Kamehameha with 10 points. Naihe Paikai added nine points for Sacred Hearts.

At Sacred Hearts gym

KAMEHAMEHA (4-7) 13 11 14 16 — 54
SHA (1-11) 11 15 4 17 — 46

KAMEHAMEHA--Brooke Rickard 5, Haley Paakula 4, Sanoe Burgess 4, Deja Tafiti 10, Manuhaaipo Noa 7, Krystal-Lei Mills 2, Brachelle Nueku 2, Taira Robins-Hardy 4, Kennedi Akana 5, Puuwainui Ah Puck 3, Lilia Maio 8.

SACRED HEARTS--Tiare Libarios-Moses 0, Kara Vause 0, Brittney Mopas 3, Vanessa Freitas 13, Sara Souza 0, Hunter Wilson-Pena 0, Bashalei Almadova 6, Anjela Kim 6, Erica Pagan 2, Celina Pagan 7, Naihe Paikai 9, Paris Johnson 0.

3-point goals — Kamehameha 2 (Rickard, Tafiti). Sacred Hearts 3 (C. Pagan 2, Mopas).

 

ILH DIVISION II GIRLS

Punahou II 40, 'Iolani II 39

Nicole Shelton scored 17 points as the Buffanblu edged the Raiders.

'Iolani's Malia Ma scored nine points.

At 'Iolani gym

PUNAHOU II (9-3) 15 8 6 11 — 40
'IOLANI II (6-6) 16 8 6 9 — 39

PUNAHOU II--Elisabeth Ushigome 0, Jade Lum 0, Staci Anne Mihara 4, Rashelle Nagata 7, Nicole Shelton 17, Annie Tanaka 2, Sarah Ann Ota 6, Demi Coolen 4, Jennifer Walsh 0, Courtney Kaneshiro 0, Preciousz Savusa 0.

'IOLANI II--Ashlyn Yokoyama 5, Ashley Yoshioka 2, Malia Ma 9, Melemau Halaifonua 6, Alisha Kodama 3, Khayden Gabriel 8, Teru Okamoto 6.

3-point goals — Punahou II 1 (Mihara). Iolani II 2 (Yokoyama, Okamoto).

 

Maryknoll 58, Hanalani 35

Ashley Agcaoili scored 26 points as the Spartans beat the Royals.

Hanalani's Nicole Gonzalez scored nine points.

At Maryknoll gym

HANALANI (6-6) 6 12 8 9 — 35
MARYKNOLL (10-2) 16 14 20 8 — 58

HANALANI--Kira Oyama 4, Brittany Williams 2, Sarah Hyde 3, Kimberly Feng 7, Jessica Clanton 2, Malia Bouillion 0, Catherine Armstrong 2, Nicole Gonzalez 9, Ashley Stamm 6, Sarah Liva 0.

MARYKNOLL--Asia Villa 0, Maile Goodin 0, Amanda Busmente 0, Crystie Wong 0, Taylor Wong 2, Kimiko Mitchell 7, Ashley Agcaoili 26, Alexis Villa 2, Athena Ochoco 0, Ashlee DeSantos 8, Athena Adora 7, Trinity Alualu 6, Kylie Teramoto 0.

3-point goals — Hanalani none. Maryknoll 1 (Agcaoili).

 

St. Francis 49, Hawaiian Mission 32

Ashley Kupau scored 20 points and the Saints outscored the Knights 14-1 in the first period.

Janae Wong scored 13 points for HMA.

At Hawaiian Mission gym

ST. FRANCIS (5-8) 14 7 12 16 — 49
HMA (3-8) 1 7 15 9 — 32

ST. FRANCIS--Tori Keliiaa 2, Kiana Jones 0, Kayla Jones 4, Alissa Pacarro 6, Brittney McCray 0, Jedidah Hanakahi 4, Jasmine Soon 5, Jessica Rossi 4, Breanne Suyeyoshi 4, Rachael Carlos 0, Ashley Kupau 20.

HAWAIIAN MISSION--Abegail Ramos 0, Isabella Olsen 0, Melissa Mishima 1, Arielle Cababat 0, Jaylene Domingo 0, Carla Ramos 0, Caroline Kim 10, Joanna Raganton 0, Kimmy Kanemitsu 0, Ana Bechard 8, Janae Wong 13.

3-point goals — St. Francis 1 (Soon). Hawaiian Mission 2 (Kim, Wong).

 

ILH DIVISION II BOYS

Island Pacific 75, Hawaiian Mission 56

Theo Duplechin led all scorers with 30 points and helped guide the Navigators past the Knights.

Grant Kono was Hawaiian Mission's leading scorer with 22 points.

Jackson Durrett had 20 points with four 3-pointers as Island Pacific improved to 8-2 in the conference.

At Hawaiian Mission gym

IPA (8-2) 15 18 22 20 — 75
HMA (6-3) 12 5 10 29 — 56

ISLAND PACIFIC--Dylan Yamamoto 4, Malik Veazie 6, Jason Brenner 5, J.J. Kirk 2, Theo Duplechin 30, A.J. Alexander 0, Royce Ilar 4, Christian Yagi 2, Jackson Durrett 20, Kennedy Wilson 0, Tyler Billman 2, Colt Wallace 0.

HAWAIIAN MISSION--Geo Abaya 0, Daniel Williams 0, Christopher Tuttle 0, JT Landenberger 0, Grant Kono 22, Marcus Uechi 2, Brady Clark 8, Devon Tsai 0, Ryan Kim 0, Nesi Bechard 7, Israel Olsen 5, Lucas Earles 2, Polo Jin 0, JJ Reynolds 10.

3-point goals — Island Pacific 6 (Durret 4, Brenner, Veazie). HMA 2 (Kono 2).

 

Punahou II 67, Hawaii Baptist 63

Alvin Kwock racked up 23 points to lead the Buffanblu over the Eagles. Punahou's Travis Matsuzaki followed with 12 points.

Sage Bulseco and Jordan Kauwe led Hawaii Baptist with 14 and 10 points.

At Hemmeter Fieldhouse

HBA (5-3) 17 11 17 18 — 63
PUNAHOU II (6-1) 14 16 16 21 — 67

HAWAII BAPTIST--Chasen Fukuda 3, Jun Fritz 12, Landry Kiyabu 7, Sage Bulseco 14, Travis Teramae 7, Brennan Lee 0, Kalei Hosaka 3, Wayden Chu 0, Nathan Le 3, Jordan Kauwe 10, Caleb Gaskins 1, John Hirokawa 3.

PUNAHOU II--Alvin Kwock 23, Ben Ota 5, Chase Tamashiro 0, Jeremy Lee 5, Aaron Dung 0, Daley King 5, John Kam 4, Lokahi Matsuo 2, Travis Matsuzaki 12, Creighton Woo 3, Jeff Yamashiro 0, Alex Chang 0, Tim Moody 2, Liloa Travis 6.

3-point goals — Hawaii Baptist 8 (Teramae 2, Fritz 2, Kauwe 2, Hosaka, Bulseco). Punahou II none.

 

Saint Louis II 38, Hanalani 36

The Crusaiders survived a late push by the Royals to sneak past Hanalani.

Kainoa Souza Chaves led all scorers with 12 points for Hanalani.

Saint Louis had a balanced attack, with Alex Pacheco's eight points and Thayer Schmitz's seven points.

At McCabe Gym

HANALANI (3-6) 7 10 7 12 — 36
SAINT LOUIS II (3-4) 7 11 13 7 — 38

HANALANI--Pomi Milton 0, Lucas Leaman 4, Kainoa Souza Chaves 12, Michael Milton 0, Aaron Schoniwitz 5, Zach Relles 5, Nathaniel Lim 0, Kainoa Peterson 9, T.J. Olson 1, Duane Teem 0.

SAINT LOUIS II--King Patrocinio 0, Thayer Schmitz 7, Ross Nogami 5, Skyler Sigston 0, Joseph Kea 4, Joel Letoto 3, Zach Machado-Vinano 0, Andrew Pacarro 2, Alex Pacheco 8, Johnathan Greig 2, KiIla Kanae 2, James Lewis 0, Zachary Cuarisma 2, Brandon Mitsunaga 0, Kala McShane 0, Leighton Chang 3.

3-point goals — Hanalani 2 (Souza, Chaves). Saint Louis 3 (Chang, Nogami, Letoto).

 

OIA RED EAST BOYS

Kailua 53, No. 7 Kahuku 46

Kila Zuttermeister scored seven of his team-high 15 points in the fourth quarter as the Surfriders held on to upset the Red Raiders.

Shairone Thompson had a game-high 23 points for Kahuku.

At Kailua gym

KAHUKU (9-2) 11 10 13 12 — 46
KAILUA (5-6) 13 8 22 10 — 53

KAHUKU--Evan Ramirez 0, Kawahena Johnson 0, Samala Afalava 6, Mua Malufau 4, Kai Saniatan 1, KJ Uluave 8, Danny Aki , Bronson Beatty 0, Mekeli Fiso 4, Shairone Thompson 23.

KAILUA--Awa Poggi 2, Chevy Mikaele 10, Josh Kava 5, Kila Zuttermeister 15, Keanu Vela 3, Ethan Mahaulu 4, Luis Valenzuela 4, Rhys Nakakura 5, Kirk Ronolo 5, Pita Ta'ufo'ou 0.

3-point goals — Kahuku 2 (Afalava 2). Kailua 5 (Mikaele 2, Kava, Zuttermeister, Nakakura).

Junior varsity--Kahuku 52, Kailua 37.

 

No. 9 Roosevelt 54, Kalani 47

Kaipo Pale dominated with 17 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks as the Rough Riders came from behind in the second half to defeat the Falcons.

J.J. Mariano scored 15 points for Roosevelt.

Imani Washington was the high scorer for Kalani in the defeat with 15.

At Roosevelt gym

KALANI (4-7) 14 13 10 10 — 47
ROOSEVELT (9-2) 14 12 14 14 — 54

KALANI--Imani Washington 15, Remy Omori 1, Kory Kashiwabara 6, Tatsuya Ono 13, Takezo Iguchi 5, Jordan Yogi 2, Nick Huth 5.

ROOSEVELT--Shai Brown 6, Micah Ikari 3, Johnson Acopan Jr. 0, Ese Tago 9, Brendan Nakatani 4, Pono Patoc 0, Kaipo Pale 17, Asten Koki 0, Troy Nakasuji 0, J.J. Mariano 15, Nick Samifua 0, Rahni Fisher 0.

3-point goals — Kalani (Ono 2, Iguchi). Roosevelt (Mariano 2, Ikari).

Junior varsity--Roosevelt 55, Kalani 50

 

Moanalua 67, Castle 34

Na Menehune jumped out early on the Knights and crusied to victory.

Keven Amaral led all sorers with 14 points in the victory.

Jordan Manalo was the high scorer for Castle with nine points as the Knights fell to 0-11 in the league.

At Moanalua gym

CASTLE (0-11) 8 13 7 6 — 34
MOANALUA (4-6) 17 24 17 9 — 67

CASTLE--Chaz Kobayashi 2, Jordan Manalo 9, Jordan Pagaoa 0, Josh Kong 6, Kui Alimoot 1, Fuavasa Quirit 4, Micah Maeda 8, Ezekiel Marshall 0, Faaesea Lakatani 4.

MOANALUA--Bronson Kepa 2, Aaron Davis 5, Keven Amaral 14, Dexter Williams 8, Wesley Armbrust 7, Brandon Guerreo 8, Kreig Kepa 0, Alex Hutson 1, Jayar Edwin 2, Dominique Jones 1, Carl Ko 2, Dillon Turk4 , Clinton Winham 0, Shane Ratledge 2, Richard Villasenor 11.

3-point goals — Castle none. Moanalua 2 (Davis, Armbrust).

Junior varsity--Moanalua 76, Castle 55

 

OIA RED WEST BOYS

Campbell 59, Mililani 55

C.J. Ramos scored 15 points, all on 3-pointers, and the Sabers rallied past the Trojans with a 22-6 fourth period.

Ramos scored eight in the fourth.

Campbell's Fouina Haskins added 14 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks, Allan Otanes had 10 points and 10 assists, and Christopher Crawford finished with 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Mililani's Hassan Richardson scored 26 points.

At Campbell gym

MILILANI (8-3) 17 18 14 6 — 55
CAMPBELL (5-6) 15 14 8 22 — 59

MILILANI--Ryan Jacobs 0, Brady Spiridigliozzi 2, Trent McKinney 3, Kyle Ortiz 0, Kaimihoku Wilson 2, Josh Lenchanko 4, Robbie Griffin 0, Alex Bumgarner 7, Riley Borges 11, Hassan Richardson 26, Ervan Jean Pierre 0, Taylor Tuia 0.

CAMPBELL--B.J. Halmos 0, Manuel Sy 6, C.J. Ramos 15, Allan Otanes 10, Jacquain Middleton 3, Christopher Crawford 10, Fouina Haskins 14, Jarrin Bannister 1.

3-point goals — Mililani 2 (Richardson, Borges). Campbell 8 (Ramos 5, Otanes, Middleton, Sy).

Junior varsity--Mililani 61, Campbell 45

 

Waianae 58, Kapolei 53

Anthony Niederschmidt scored 18 of his 28 points in the second half and grabbed 14 rebounds, and the Seariders used a big third period to beat the Hurricanes.

Devon Seabrooks added 16 points for Waianae, which outscored Kapolei 18-10 in the third quarter.

Joshua Wills scored 14 points for Kapolei.

At Waianae gym

KAPOLEI (2-9) 12 12 10 19 — 53
WAIANAE (2-9) 8 12 18 20 — 58

KAPOLEI--Curtis Tavares 5, Devyn Knight 6, Samson Chong 0, Jared Milare 9, Joshua Farias 0, Kiatrell Zachery 0, Joshua Wills 14, Christopher Dillard 0, Zachary Reeves 7, Kapua Awong 7, Zachary Berg 5.

WAIANAE--Devon Seabrooks 16, Jaylen Mitchell 3, Devon Kamaka 2, Keola Bradley 0, Jonovan Tuinei 6, Jamal Lopez 3, Anthony Niederschmidt 28, Matthew Ramaila Justin Kila 0.

3-point goals — Kapolei 3 (Wills 2, Tavares). Waianae 3 (Seabrooks 2, Lopez).

Junior varsity--Kapolei 53, Waianae 42

 

Leilehua 39, Pearl City 32

Dillon Pau'u scored seven points and the Mules pulled away from the Chargers in the fourth period.

Pau'u and Russell Siavii both had four points in the fourth, when Leilehua outscored Pearl City 13-7.

Pearl City's Josiah DeMello and Marc Suniga both scored 10 points.

At Leilehua gym

PEARL CITY (3-9) 7 8 10 7 — 32
LEILEHUA (9-2) 11 11 4 13 — 39

PEARL CITY--Kailon Sabate 0, Ryan Arguelles 0, Josiah DeMello 10, Nicholas Villarmia 0, Jerry Gallardo 0, Marc Suniga 10, Kapena Akiona 0, Paul Perry 8, Bryson Takaesu 2, Kainoa Perez 2, Cody Miyashiro 0, Adam Murata 0, Chaz Ebisu 0.

LEILEHUA--Ikaika Mercado 2, Dillon Pau'u 7, Jeremiah Andrade 2, Trenton Morales 1, Stockton Crowley 2, Reece Acohido 3, Marc Lagmay 0, Jaryn Olayon 0, Xavieuer Adger 5, Richard Cherry 0, Josiah Caravallo 3, Christian Manzo 2, Penetito Melei 5, Russell Siavii 4, Dylan Bender 3.

3-point goals — Pearl City 1 (Suniga). Leilehua 2 (Caravallo, Bender).

Junior varsity--Leilehua 50, Pearl City 22

 

OIA WHITE BOYS

No. 5 Farrington 64, Waipahu 45

Jeffrey Madarang and Viane Vaina both scored 14 points as the Governors beat the Marauders.

Duketoa Tili scored 10 points for Waipahu.

At Farrington gym

WAIPAHU (7-3) 7 8 14 16 — 45
FARRINGTON (9-1) 19 11 20 14 — 64

WAIPAHU--Chance Delima 5, Roger Mendoza 0, Richard Ugalde 8, Duketoa Tili 10, Marc Moises 4, Daeniel Cullen Diomanpo 7, Jayvee Cadiente 2, Wesley Nagaseu 2, Roy Florence 0, Eric Castro 7, Nathaniel Timoteo 0.

FARRINGTON--Paul Solomon 2, Ryan Reyes 4, Anastacio Lombawa 0, Clem Rarogal 0, Bernard DeLeon 4, Jeffrey Madarang 14, Michael Kleman 4, Chadey Callazo 6, Bradley Parras 0, Lancelot Williams 4, Viane Vaina 14, J.P. Saycon 4, Jaymark Raquinio 0, Keoni Kiko 6, Shane Cabato-Machado 2.

3-point goals — Waipahu 3 (Ugalde 2, Tili). Farrington 7 (Madarang 5, Callazo 2).

Junior varsity--Farrington 46, Waipahu 38

 

Kalaheo 60, Anuenue 25

Joshua Ko scored 12 points and Shane Hipa hit three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points as the Mustangs used a big first period to rout Na Koa.

Ko scored six in the first period, when Kalaheo took a 24-5 lead. Anuenue's Ikaika Gante scored seven points.

At Kalaheo gym

ANUENUE (1-10) 5 7 7 6 — 25
KALAHEO (5-5) 24 8 14 14 — 60

ANUENUE--Ikaika Gante 7, Mahuka Cullen 2, Laakea Manoi-Hyde 3, Makana Fernandez 4, Pono Kahili 2, Kahooipo Mossman-Ancog 3, Kealoha Smith 4, Makamae Wengler 0, Kamea Kahiapo 0, Iokepa Waiwaiole 0.

KALAHEO--Quincy Mason 8, Sage Richardson 7, Joshua Ko 12, Shane Hipa 11, Joshua Hitchcock 2, Shem Sukumaran 7, Jordyn Reindollar 0, Anthony Rowan 2, Silila Tucker 5, Jorden Santos 6.

3-point goals — Anuenue 1 (Mossman-Ancog). Kalaheo 5 (Hipa 3, Sukumaran, Tucker).

 

Kaiser 50, Nanakuli 29

Doug Gehring scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Cougars over the Golden Hawks. Preston Wuich added nine points for Kaiser.

Nanakuli's Joe Shelton finished with a team-high 15 points.

At Nanakuli gym

KAISER (6-4) 13 20 11 6 — 50
NANAKULI (4-6) 4 4 12 9 — 29

KAISER--Mark Guirguis 2, Brandon Ale 0, Matthew Nagata 0, Davin Morton 3, Quinton Wong 7, Bret Kanoa 0, Preston Wuich 9, Justin Wuich 5, Doug Gehring 18, Royce Kuromoto 0, Corey Lum 6, John Bice 0.

NANAKULI--Terrell Ochimas 0, Brenton Corn 2, Kameran Self-Gomes 1, Gary Shelton 7, Nate Auelua-Naki 0, Joe Shelton 15, Kalau Kalawa 2, Ikena Anakalea 0, Clayton Atualevao 0, Kamalu Paris 2.

3-point goals — Kaiser 3 (Morton, J. Wuich, Gehring). Nanakuli none.

Junior varsity--Nanakuli 41, Kaiser 36

 

McKinley 62, Aiea 58, OT

Rio Kwon scored 14 points and Alex Ironside added 13 as the Tigers beat Na Alii in overtime.

Lesley Machiguchi and Jace Bolosan each added 10 points for McKinley. Chucky Kaahanui scored 20 points and Freddy Taliulu added 18 for Aiea, which outscored McKinley 18-10 in the fourth period to tie it at 52-all.

At McKinley gym

AIEA (4-6) 9 14 11 18 6 — 58
MCKINLEY (8-2) 17 8 17 10 10 — 62

AIEA--Chucky Kaahanui 20, Terence Fong 0, Branden Abiva 0, Ernesto Salazar 7, Freddy Taliulu 18, Deshane Luat 0, Phillip Madriaga 0, Colin Naito 2, Taylor Taliulu 3, Ilalio Sio 8 .

MCKINLEY--Jason Ramano 3, Ryan Arzadon 0, Kyrell Wright 0, Jace Bolosan 10, Micah Waters 1, Andy Sombatphibane 2, Alex Ironside 13, Lesley Machiguchi 10, Rio Kwon 14, Wilhem Rivera 9.

3-point goals — Aiea 4 (Kaahanui 2, Salazar, F. Taliulu). McKinley 4 (Bolosan 2, Ramano, Ironside).

Junior varsity--McKinley 44, Aiea 33

 

Waialua 60, Kamakau 42

The Bulldogs scored big in the first half, outscoring Kamakau 45-16, in a lopsided victory. Jake Kaysonphet and William Sacapulo-Uepa led Waialua with 11 and 10 points. Kamakau's Keahi Suyat scored a game-high 16 points.

At Waialua gym

KAMAKAU (0-10) 8 8 9 17 — 42
WAIALUA (7-3) 23 22 9 6 — 60

KAMAKAU--Kamalu Kamauoha 2, Kalahikiola Heind-Boyd 0, Teawe Olds 8, Kumukoa Oana 7, Hoalu Goodhue 0, Hanna Wasson 9, Keahi Suyat 16, Kalaunui Enos 0.

WAIALUA--Sonnymar Domingo 0, William Sacapulo-Uepa 10, Winston Sacapulo-Uepa 5, Veran-Scott Acob 8, Jake Kaysonphet 11, Virgilio Repollo 0, Kristoffer Cuadro 3, Jerimiah Repollo 0, Chase Uhlir 5, Jherico Rivera 4, Vance Maluyo 9, Rudi Galapia 5, Victor Nobello 0.

3-point goals--Kamakau none. Waialua 2 (Kaysonphet, Cuadro).






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