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The Prep report

For Tuesday, December 18, 2012

By Paul Honda

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LAST UPDATED: 10:38 a.m. HST, Dec 18, 2012



TOP ATHLETES

GIRLS

Princess Lauvao
Kaimuki basketball

The senior scored 36 points in a 65-51 win over Kalani and tallied 18 in a 53-50 loss to Kaiser. She is averaging nearly 21 points per game in OIA play.

BOYS

Josh Ko
Kalaheo basketball

The senior guard poured in 21 points, including five treys, in a win over Melbourne Grammar (Australia).

 

HONOR ROLL

BASKETBALL, GIRLS

» Pumehana Beltran, Aiea: 26 points against Campbell

» Gabby Clark, Kalaheo: 21 points vs. Farrington

» Mich'laeHiga, Aiea: 21 points against Campbell; 17 points against Waianae

» Taylor Fernandez, King Kekaulike: 23 points against Maui

» Kristle Henry, Kauai: 24 points against Waimea

» Christina Lotulelei, Maui: 19 points against King Kekaulike

» Alex Masaquel, ‘Iolani: 18 points, 11 rebounds against Southlake Carroll (Texas)

» LaChae McColor, Moanalua: 21 points against Kahuku

» Mariz Navarro, McKinley: 19 points vs. Castle

» Fia Tailele-Latu, Kahuku: 19 points against Moanalua

» Marie Togiailua, Campbell: 18 points vs. Aiea

» Trina Valencia, Maui: 26 points against King Kekaulike

BASKETBALL, BOYS

» Davin Alviento,Keaau: 28 points against Hanalani

» Brandon Awa, Konawaena: 19 points against Pahoa

» Joshua Burnett, Maryknoll: 19 points against Farrington

» Makoa Camanse-Stevens, Kamehameha: scored 18 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer with one second to play, against Kapolei

» Jodd Carter, Hilo: 20 points in a win over Pearl City for the Larry Manliguis/Hilo High Holiday Classic title

» Nick Fisher, Pahoa: 28 points against Kealakehe

» Kaleb Gilmore, Maryknoll: 19 points against Farrington

» Van Hugo, Farrington: 19 points against Maryknoll

» Kamu Patnaude, Hilo: 24 points against Kohala

» Nick Velasquez, Punahou: 20 points against Kapolei

» Edgar Ventura, Keaau: 25 points against Hanalani

SOCCER, GIRLS

» Kera Akiyama, KS-Hawaii: three goals against Kohala

» Tiffany Cabreros, Pac-Five: three goals against St. Francis

» Sonest Furtado, Waianae: three goals against Leilehua

» Chiranna-Lei Hatchie, Pac-Five: four goals against St. Francis

SOCCER, BOYS

» Derek Ogawa-Staples, Aiea: four goals against Radford

» Edison Sakada, Roosevelt: four goals against Kaimuki

SWIMMING, GIRLS

» Aja Grande, ‘Iolani: first in the girls 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly at the ILH varsity/JV meet.

SWIMMING, BOYS

» Sam Sutherland, Punahou: first in the boys 200 freestyle and 50 freestyle at the ILH varsity/JV meet.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL TOP 10

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 (16), 6-1 beat Honokaa vs. New Zealand, Wed. 194 1
2. Kamehameha (3), 4-0 none last week vs. ‘Iolani, Wed. 177 2
3. ‘Iolani (1), 4-3 lost to Southlake vs. Kamehameha, Wed. 160 3
4. Punahou, 5-1 none last week at Maryknoll, Wed. 125 4
5. Mililani, 7-1 beat Kapolei at Campbell, Wed. 115 5
6. Roosevelt, 6-2 beat Farrington vs. Anuenue, Wed. 110 6
7. Kahuku, 4-2 beat Moanalua vs. Kailua, Wed. 65 7
8. Maryknoll, 8-3 beat Jin Ling vs. Punahou, Wed. 52 10
9. Lahainaluna, 8-7 lost to Maryknoll vs. Maui, today 38 8
10. Mid-Pacific, 2-1 none last week vs. Sacred Hearts, today 28 9

>> Also receiving votes: Hilo 13, Leilehua 11, Kaiser 6, Aiea 2, Waiakea 2, McKinley 2.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL TOP 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. Maryknoll (17), 7-0 beat Moanalua vs. Kailua, Wed. 241 1
2. Punahou (9), 2-1 beat Kahuku vs. Hawaii?Prep 235 3
3. ‘Iolani (1), 6-0 beat Farrington vs. McKinley, today 191 5
4. Kamehameha, 5-1 beat Kapolei vs. Oak Hill, Thurs. 170 6
5. Kalaheo, 11-1 beat Melbourne vs. Yates, Wed. 168 4
6. Moanalua, 6-3 lost to Maryknoll vs. Findlay Prep, Wed. 131 2
7. St. Francis, 6-1 beat Mid-Pacific vs. Carver, Wed. 95 7
8. Kapolei, 3-4 lost to Kamehameha vs. Coolidge, Wed. 62 8
9. Hilo, 8-1 beat Pearl City vs. Carroll, Wed. 57 10
10. Konawaena, 5-1 beat Pahoa vs. Baldwin, Wed. 15

>> Also receiving votes: Farrington 14, King Kekaulike 11, Kahuku 10, Baldwin 9, Pearl City 8, Lahainaluna 7, Kamehameha-Hawaii 5, Kailua 1.

>> No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Kahuku (No. 9).






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