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Fernandez helps HPA rally to beat Hanalani in D-II

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:38 a.m. HST, Feb 02, 2011

Chancis Fernandez scored 14 of her 20 points in the second half and Hawaii Prep defeated Hanalani 55-36 in a Division II first-round game in the Hawaiian Airlines/HHSAA Girls Basketball State Championships last night at Farrington gym.

HPA outscored Hanalani 31-10 over the final 10 minutes to advance to the quarterfinals and faces top-seeded Radford today at 5 p.m. at Farrington.

Hanalani, which trailed by 10 in the first period, took its first lead at 24-22 with 3:20 left in the third quarter on a basket by Nicole Gonzalez off an assist from Kira Oyama.

The Royals took their final lead at 26-24, then Ka Makani blew it open.

Fernandez scored the first eight points of the rally, including two three-point plays. Katie Ho added seven points during the surge.

Tiana Tabac added 10 points and Ho scored all nine of her points in the second half for Hawaii Prep. Lana Queen had nine rebounds and Leahi Lindsey added six rebounds, five steals and three assists.

Gonzalez scored 13 points for Hanalani. Sarah Liva added six rebounds and four blocks and Sarah Hyde had six rebounds.

 

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At Farrington gym
Hanalani (9-7) 5 12 9 10 -- 36
Hawaii Prep (10-5) 14 8 9 24 -- 55

HANALANI--Kira Oyama 5, Brittany Williams 0, Kimberly Feng 4, Jessica Clantan 2, Malia Boullion 0, Sarah Hyde 4, Nicole Gonzalez 13, Sarah Liva 6, Ashley Stamm 2.

HAWAII PREP--Katie Ho 9, Angel Wu 0, Yuki Ainge 0, Tara Gaumer 0, Leahi Lindsey 8, Tiana Tabac 10, Nani Lum 4, Camille Kiyota 0, Chancis Fernandez 20, Lana Queen 4.

3-point goals--Hanalani 1 (Feng). Hawaii Prep none.

 

Hawaii Baptist 54, Honokaa 43

Jennifer Uehara had 21 points and seven rebounds, and the Eagles pulled away in the second half.

Hawaii Baptist led 27-24 at halftime. The Eagles could have been up by more, but hit only eight of 23 free-throw attempts.

The Eagles took their largest lead at 54-42 after a 3-pointer by Kayla Yamamoto with 1:30 left in the game.

Yamamoto added 14 points for Hawaii Baptist. Jordin Ramos added eight rebounds, and Kimberly Au had six steals and four assists.

Honokaa's Precious Chong scored 11 points and Demi Liu had nine rebounds.

At Farrington gym

Honokaa (8-8) 12 12 9 10 -- 43
HBA (13-1) 11 16 14 13 -- 54

HONOKAA--Kasia Wilson 2, Disa Wilson 0, Demi Liu 5, Shemika Frazier 2, Yvonne Daniels 9, Kalei Lum 9, Jacielyn Huddy-Mendoza 0, Chelsea Requelman 5, Shaena Jardine 0, Dezlie Gibo 0, Precious Chong 11, Sheena Taei 0.

HAWAII BAPTIST--Kanoelani Yadao 0, Natasha Travens 2, Amber Au 0, Rebecca Dang 6, Kimberly Au 3, Jennifer Uehara 21, Reana Lee 6, Jordin Ramos 2, Jami-Lynn Grumling 0, Kayla Yamamoto 14, Chazley Baitlon 0, Lauren Sumida 0.

3-point goals--Honokaa 3 (Ruequelman, Daniels, Lum). Hawaii Baptist 2 (Lee, Yamamoto).

 

University 55, Kalani 47

Quynne Eharis tallied 28 points to lead the Junior 'Bows over the Falcons. Kalani led until the half, but a fourth-quarter rally by University secured the win.

Corie Kuia scored a team-high 23 points for Kalani, followed by Taylor Murai with 10.

At Kaimuki gym

Kalani (12-5) 19 6 11 11 -- 47
University (12-2) 12 10 13 20 -- 55

KALANI--Carly Kakuda 5, Corie Kuia 23, Rose Alama 5, Taylor Murai 10, Alex Rogers 0, Kaiana Iaea 4, Teualilo Petelo 0, Tiani Ma'afala 0, Maria Petelo 0.

UNIVERSITY--Anuhea Memea 1, Kimiko Matsuda-Lawrence 0, Kianalei Machida 7, Quynne Eharis 28, Quirena Natividad 8, Crystal Wang 3, Chanelle Maldonado 8, Ashlee Ai 0.

3-point goals--Kalani 5 (Kuia 3, Murai 2). University 3 (Maldonado 2, Wang).

 

Maryknoll 46, Waianae 34

The Spartans defeated the Seariders to stay alive in the state tournament. Ashlee DeSantos scored a team-high 10 points for Maryknoll. Waianae's Lacy Manuel finished with 12 points.

At Kaimuki gym

Waianae (7-9) 8 2 11 13 -- 34
Maryknoll (12-2) 13 6 12 15 -- 46

WAIANAE--Maccyn Samisoni 5, Lacy Manuel 12, Kaitlyn Ka'aha'aina 0, Brittany Perry 4, Mary Keaulana-Riotutar 0, Leilani Atuatasi 4, Tiana Johnson 9.

MARYKNOLL--Asia Villa 0, Maile Goodin 0, Amanda Busmente 4, Crystie Wong 4, Taylor Wong 6, Kimiko Mitchell 4, Alexis Villa 7, Ciana Ochoco 3, Ashlee DeSantos 10, Athena Adora 3, Trinity Alualu 3, Kylie Teramoto 2.

3-point goals--Waianae 2 (Johnson, Manuel). Maryknoll 2 (Wong 2).






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