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'Iolani routs Saint Louis to stay on top

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:39 a.m. HST, Feb 04, 2011



'Iolani remained atop the Interscholastic League of Honolulu boys basketball standings with a 53-36 win over Saint Louis.

Reid Saito scored a game-high 12 points for the Raiders, followed by Trevyn Tulonghari and Adam Ching with nine points each.

 

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At 'Iolani gym
St. Louis (3-10) 6 12 7 11 -- 36
'Iolani (12-1) 9 14 16 14 -- 53

SAINT LOUIS--Keenan Ayau-Paulos 3, Quinn Arakawa 5, Acen Cabral 10, Nate Mantanona 2, Iolana Akau 2, Max Botticelli 0, Jaron Hall-Moniz 0, JV Caires 6, Kurt Vegas 0, Kamalei Correa 8, Reeves Koehler 0.

'IOLANI--Jourdan Simmonds 4, Drew Uchiyama 0, Reid Saito 12, Kainoa Scheer 5, Austin O'Leary 5, Trevyn Tulonghari 9, Gabriel Vega 3, Andrew Okimura 1, Adam Ching 9, Keahi Hogan 2, Duke Pauli 3.

3-point goals--Saint Louis 3 (Ayau-Paulos, Arakawa, Cabral). 'Iolani 4 (Ching 2, O'Leary, Tulonghari).

 

No. 2 Kamehameha 86, Mid-Pacific 54

Charlton Tang led four Warriors in double digits with 17 points and helped seal the win over the Owls.

At Kamehameha gym

Mid-Pacific (6-8) 11 18 16 9 -- 54
Kamehameha (11-2) 26 22 28 10 -- 86

MID-PACIFIC--Jordan Matsumoto 0, Jordan Doi 0, Terrence Tenjoma 3, Trey Kubota 3, Shaun Dobovan 8, Matthew Ohtani 0, Taylor Narimatsu 0, Tryston Fagarang 10, Patrick Matthews 8, Marcus Doi 5, Brent Yee 3, Matthew Tanaka 0, Ryan Swanson 5, Matthew Carland 9.

KAMEHAMEHA--Dyrbe Enos 13, Shane Matayoshi 11, Frank Ho 5, Micah Christenson 9, Brandon Orpillia 11, Davis Achong 3, Makoa Camanse-Stevens 4, Trent Park 0, Kona Gaison 4, J.T. Campbell 2, Charlton Tang 17, Gavin Lagrange 2, Shane Yoshida 2, Zerin Parker 3.

3-point goals--Mid-Pacific 5 (Tenjoma, Fagarang, Matthews, Doi, Swanson). Kamehameha 8 (Enos 3, Matayoshi 2, Ho, Orpillia, Tang).

 

No. 5 Academy of the Pacific 69, Maryknoll 39

Kona Makaula scored 13 points to lead the fifth-ranked Dolphins over the Spartans.

At Maryknoll gym

Aop (9-4) 17 14 17 21 -- 69
Maryknoll (1-12) 6 11 9 13 -- 39

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC--Michael Urcia 8, Carter Kauwenaole 1, Moritz Krume 7, Micah Dunhour 12, Wilson Macleod 8, Drew Vienna 5, David Daniel 4, Kona Makaula 13, Sam Orcutt 4, Marshall Gourley 7.

MARYKNOLL--Andrew Wu 0, Kekoa Welsh 8, Tobias Powell 5, Jason Calabrese 2, Johnny Mayer 4, Kekiai Cashman-Fernandez 6, Austin Gaskins 6, Wyatt Pedro 2, Tufanua Iuvale 4, Kauila Chock 2.

3-point goals--Academy of the Pacific 1 (Urcia). Maryknoll 1 (Powell).

 

ILH Division II Boys

'Iolani II 61, Le Jardin 48

The Raiders routed the Bulldogs with a 13-point performance by Shayd Shinsato.

At 'Iolani gym

Le Jardin (3-10) 7 9 8 24 -- 48
'Iolani II (5-8) 11 15 22 13 -- 61

LE JARDIN--Kelvin Akamine 2, Jaime Marin 0, Frankie Montalvo 0, Sam Spengler 10, Nick Vinsonhaler 4, Sean McWhinnie 24, Juliun Perkins 6, Jake Blaskowski 2, Conor Regan 0.

'IOLANI II--Maika Kealoha 9, Trey Muraoka 3, Shovan Datta 7, Shane Killeen 3, Tracy Young 8, Joshua Hannum 6, Schuyler Shigemura 0, Taylor Lau 0, Brandon Kaiura 4, Shayd Shinsato 13, Austin Gima 2, Aaron Nojima 6, Jonathan Like-Uehara 0.

3-point goals--Le Jardin 2 (McWhinnie 2). 'Iolani II 2 (Killeen, Shinsato).

 

Hawaii Baptist 60, Christian Academy 42

The Eagles continued their four-game winning streak with a victory over the Patriots.

At Hawaii Baptist gym

CA (0-12) 14 5 9 14 -- 42
Hba (9-4) 17 13 19 11 -- 60

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY--Matthew Urcia 7, Shaun Bonilla 4, Micah Sugiura 8, Jasen Ocol 12, Chris Canoneo 2, Ryan Kalekini-Stephens 5, Ethan Reyes 0, Jarin Ralar 0, Ryan Helsham 2, Robert Helsham 2.

HAWAII BAPTIST--Chasen Fukuda 2, Jun Fritz 7, Landry Kiyabu 10, Sage Chun-Bulseco 7, Michael Fisher 2, Travis Teramae 2, Brennan Lee 0, Kalei Hosaka 9, Wayden Chu 2, Nathan Le 12, Jordan Kauwe 2, Caleb Gaskins 5, Andrew Kanemaru 0, John Hirokawa 0.

3-point goals--Christian Academy none. Hawaii Baptist 5 (Hosaka 3, Fritz, Chun-Bulseco).

 

University 51, Hanalani 39

The Royals fell to the Junior 'Bows, despite a 17-point effort by Kainoa Souza Chaves.

At Hanalani gym

University (9-3) 14 14 6 17 -- 51
Hanalani (3-10) 10 10 12 7 -- 39

UNIVERSITY--Makena Suan Rothenborg 0, Andrew Canencia 10, Eugene Malvar 0, Ryan Alvarado 6, Cobey Young 0, Ian Akamine 3, Joe Choy 0, Nalu O'Connor 9, Cameron Conant 3, Gui Aires 6, Peter Fee 8, Ben Keller 6, Joshua Javier 0.

HANALANI--Pomi Milton 2, Lucas Leaman 0, Kainoa Souza Chaves 17, Michael Milton 0, Brandon Kubo 0, Aaron Schoniwitz 6, Zach Relles 2, Nathaniel Lim 1, Kainoa Peterson 11, T.J. Olson 0.

3-point goals--University 1 (Canencia). Hanalani 3 (Peterson 2, Schoniwitz).

 

Maryknoll II 45, Lanakila Baptist 42

The Spartans rallied in the fourth quarter to slip past the Warriors.

At Maryknoll gym

Lba (4-9) 4 16 12 10 -- 42
Maryknoll II (4-8) 15 5 9 16 -- 45

LANAKILA BAPTIST--Jordan Soriano 0, Micah Miranda 8, Tyler Johnson 7, Matthew Kakilala 5, Jordan Cabato 0, Josh Pananganan 8, Rodney Yun 2, Richard Abbey 12.

MARYKNOLL II--Travis Patoc 4, Kaelen Hirashiki 4, Ian Morocco 6, Bradford Lum 0, Kevin McLain 6, Mitchell Mizuguchi 2, Neil Nolan Santos 0, Jeremy Talbo 0, Brandon Hinck 5, Kevin Bratt 0, Jordan Tomas 16, Brian Silva 2.

3-point goals--Lanakila Baptist 1 (Panaganan). Maryknoll II 3 (McLain 2, Moracco).

 

OIA White Boys Playoffs

No. 4 Farrington 57, Kalaheo 44

Jeffrey Madarang recorded 20 points as the Governors defeated the Mustangs to advance to the OIA White semifinals.

At Waipahu gym

Farrington (13-1) 12 8 12 25 -- 57
Kalaheo (7-7) 4 12 14 14 -- 44

FARRINGTON--Paul Solomon 2, Ryan Reyes 4, Anastacio Lombawa 0, Clem Rarogal 4, Bernard DeLeon 0, Jeffrey Madarang 20, Michael Kleman 8, Chadey Callazo 2, Joel Lanzaderas 2, Lancelot Williams 9, Travis Tamapua 0, Viane Vaina 6, J.P. Saycon 0, Jaymark Raquinio 0, Jason Killion 0, Keoni Kiko 0, Shane Cabato-Machado 0.

KALAHEO--Quincy Mason 14, Sage Richardson 0, Joshua Ko 12, Shane Hipa 0, Derick Morgan 7, Shem Sukumaran 3, Jordyn Reindollar 4, Anthony Rowan 0, Silila Tucker 3, Jorden Santos 1.

3-point goals--Farrington 1 (Madarang). Kalaheo 5 (Ko 2, Morgan 2, Tucker).

 

McKinley 55, Waipahu 35

Three Tigers racked up double digits in a playoff victory over the Marauders.

At Waipahu gym

McKinley (11-3) 15 10 16 14 -- 55
Waipahu (10-4) 4 10 7 14 -- 35

MCKINLEY--Jason Ramano 9, Jovanie Trumata 0, Ryan Arzadon 0, Kyrell Wright 0, Jace Bolosan 2, Micah Waters 1, Justly Laquihon 0, Andy Sombatphibane 2, Alex Ironside 14, Lesley Machiguchi 12, Kui William 0, William Rollman 0, Rio Kwon 11, Wilhem Rivera 4, John Henry Ansagay 0.

WAIPAHU--Chance Delima 0, Roger Mendoza 0, Duketoa Tili 3, Brice Dwiggins 2, Marc Moises 0, Daeniel Cullen Diomanpo 13, Jayvee Cadiente 5, Wesley Nagaseu 10, Nascali Tolibas 0, Jonathan Lewis 0, Roy Florenco 2, Eric Castro 0, Tatupu Tatupu 0, Nathaniel Timoteo 0.

3-point goals--McKinley 4 (Ramano 2, Machiguchi, Kwon). Waipahu 2 (Diomanpo, Cadiente).

 






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