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Christian Academy prevails

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:38 a.m. HST, Jan 25, 2011


Rachel Tokuda scored seven of her 13 points in the fourth quarter as Christian Academy came from behind to defeat Lanakila Baptist last night, 38-32 in the ILH Division II girls basketball playoffs.

The Patriots trailed by seven at the half before rallying. They face Lutheran today at Damien.

 

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At Damien Memorial gym
CA 6 9 6 17 -- 38
LBs 14 8 4 6 -- 32

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY--Leslie Cruz 7, Raion Black 0, Alyssa Yee 0, Rachel Tokuda 13, Rebecca Abergas 0, Tori Adres 12, Charanne Bonilla 0, Cheyenne Kessell 0, Briana Rodrigues 6.

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Erika Ellis 3, Jessica Sonson 10, Emily Abang 0, Amillie Pacheco 0, Cheriane Goodknecht 0, Crystal Sonson 13, Lyndsey Helgeson 4, Bethesda Camacho 2, Jeizelyn Pananganan 0.

3-point goals -- Christian Academy 3 (Adres 2, Cruz). Lanakila Baptist 1 (Sonson).

 

St. Francis 48, La Pietra 23

Jasmine Soon scored eight of her game-high 17 points in the second quarter to lead the Saints past the Panthers. St. Francis plays Hanalani at Damien today.

 

At Damien Memorial gym

St. Francis 9 19 5 15 -- 48
La Pietra 1 11 7 4 -- 23

ST. FRANCIS--Tori Keliiaa 2, Kiana Jones 0, Kayla Jones 5, Alissa Pacarro 4, Brittney McCray 0, Jedidah Hanakahi 2, Jasmine Soon 17, Jessica Rossi 6, Breanne Suyeyoshi 1, Rachael Carlos 0, Ashley Kupau 11.

LA PIETRA--Hiilei Horner 1, Jordan McDonald 6, Kiana Ho'ohuli 0, Angelina Ishiki 1, Veronica Thomas 0, Shalina Ishiki 0, Marina Sewell 0, Sarah Aref 0, Joy Winslow 0, Salote Lopes-Liutolo 15, Monique Smith .

3-point goals -- St. Francis 5 (Soon 3, Kapau, Jones). La Pietra none.

 

OIA White Boys

No. 5 Farrington 72, Anuenue 50

J.P. Saycon scored a team-high nine points to lead the Governors.

At Farrington gym

Anuenue (1-11) 11 5 10 24 -- 50
Farrington (11-1) 22 8 19 23 -- 72

ANUENUE--Ikaika Gante 18, Mahuka Cullen 3, Laakea Manoi-Hyde 6, Makana Fernandez 6, Pono Kahili 3, Kealoha Smith 1, Makamae Wengler 7, Kamea Kahiapo 6.

FARRINGTON--Paul Solomon 0, Anastacio Lombawa 2, Bernard DeLeon 6, Jeffrey Madarang 7, Michael Kleman 6, Chadey Callazo 7, Joel Lanzaderas 4, Bradley Parras 2, Lancelot Williams 6, Viane Vaina 8, J.P. Saycon 9, Jaymark Raquinio 3, Keoni Kiko 8, Shane Cabato-Machado 4.

3-point goals -- Anuenue 3 (Cullen, Gante, Kahili). Farrington 3 (Kleman 2, DeLeon).

 

Kalaheo 82, Kamakau 22

Shane Hipa hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter en route to a game-high 20 points as the Mustangs started fast in the rout.

At Kalaheo gym

Kamakau (0-12) 6 4 6 6 -- 22
Kalaheo (7-5) 25 20 21 16 -- 82

KAMAKAU--Kamalu Kamauoha 0, Kalahikiola Heind-Boyd 0, Teawe Olds 9, Kumukoa Oana 4, Hoalu Goodhue 0, Hanna Wasson 4, Keahi Suyat 5.

KALAHEO--Quincy Mason 10, Sage Richardson 6, Joshua Ko 4, Shane Hipa 20, Joshua Hitchcock 8, Shem Sukumaran 11, Jordyn Reindollar 9, Anthony Rowan 6, Silila Tucker 6, Jorden Santos 2.

3-point goals--Kamakau 1 (Olds). Kalaheo 10 (Hipa 5, Reindollar 2, Tucker 2, Mason).

 

McKinley 57, Waialua 49

Alex Ironside scored 16 points to lead the Tigers over the visiting Bulldogs.

At McKinley gym

Waialua (7-5) 9 14 7 19 -- 49
Mckinley (9-3) 16 17 15 9 -- 57

WAIALUA--William Sacapulo-Uepa 2, Veran-Scott Acob 0, Jake Kaysonphet 0, Virgilio Repollo 13, Kristoffer Cuadro 0, Jerimiah Repollo 2, Chase Uhlir 2, John Rey Garcia 10, Vance Maluyo 6, Rudi Galapia 14, Victor Nobello 0.

MCKINLEY--Jason Ramano 2, Jovanie Trumata 0, Ryan Arzadon 3, Kyrell Wright 2, Jace Bolosan 8, Micah Waters 0, Justly Laquihon 2, Andy Sombatphibane 2, Alex Ironside 16, Lesley Machiguchi 9, William Rollman 2, Rio Kwon 11, Wilhem Rivera 0, John Henry Ansagay 0.

3-point goals -- Waialua 5 (Repollo 3, Garcia 2). McKinley 4 (Bolosan 2, Ironside, Arzadon).

Junior varsity--McKinley 57, Waialua 50

 

Kaiser 51, Aiea 33

Doug Gehring scored 13 points to lead the Cougars.

At Kaiser gym

Aiea (5-7) 7 5 7 14 -- 33
Kaiser (7-5) 14 16 7 14 -- 51

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

KAISER--Mark Guirguis 6, Brandon Ale 3, Matthew Nagata 2, Davin Morton 3, Quinton Wong 6, Adam Kostylo 9, Bret Kanoa 0, Preston Wuich 0, Justin Wuich 3, Doug Gehring 13, Corey Lum 6, Reeve Solliday 0, John Bice 0, Cruz Kalaugher 0.

3-point goals --Aiea 5 (Kaahanui 2, Fong, Abiva, Salazar). Kaiser 2 (Wong 2).

Junior varsity--Aiea 50, Kaiser 32

 

Waipahu 44, Nanakuli 36

Daeniel Cullen's 13 points paced the Marauders.

At Nanakuli gym

Waipahu (9-3) 8 7 14 15 -- 44
Nanakuli (4-8) 10 7 3 16 -- 36

WAIPAHU--Chance Delima 0, Richard Ugalde 0, Duketoa Tili 8, Marc Moises 3, Daeniel Cullen 13, Jayvee Cadiente 0, Wesley Nagaseu 8, Roy Florence 1, Eric Castro 0, Tatupu Tatupu 11, Nathaniel Timoteo 0.

NANAKULI--Brenton Corn 2, Gary Shelton 2, Nate Auelua-Naki 6, Joe Shelton 16, Kalau Kalawa 2, Ikena Anakalea 3, Clayton Atualevao 1, Kamalu Paris 2.

3-point goals -- Waipahu 1 (Moises). Nanakuli 1 (Shelton).

Junior varsity--Waipahu 49, Nanakuli 47






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