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Eharis’ return energizes Jr. ‘Bows

  • JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    University's Quynne Eharis went up strong against Jedidah Hanakahi of Saint Francis last night.
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One day, Quynne Eharis will look back at homecoming night and reminisce on the long, challenging journey required to become a veterinarian.

Until then, the 5-foot-11 senior forward will have to be content with being one of the most dominant posts in girls basketball. Coming off a stomach flu, Eharis had 16 points and 12 rebounds, and classmate Chanelle Maldonado pumped in 21 points to lead No. 10 University over St. Francis 61-43 last night before a homecoming crowd of about 200 at Klum Gym.

"In the second half, we played with more energy," coach Bryan Nakamura said. "We run our press all the time, but playing with energy makes it more effective."

University improved to 13-4 overall and 9-1 in Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division II play. It was a nice rebound from a 43-39 loss to Lutheran earlier in the week, when Eharis sat out with her illness.

With two games left, UHS is tied for first place with Hawaii Baptist and Maryknoll. No state berth has been clinched yet, ILH basketball coordinator Peter Estomago said.

"Until the HHSAA says we have four state berths (in ILH Division II), it’s not confirmed," he said.

Eharis, who wants to become a vet and work with wild animals, was just glad to be back on the hardwood for a key win.

"They knew what we had," she said, recalling a game with St. Francis last season that decided a state berth. "They had three people on me, but it opens things up for everyone else."

Maldonado was happy to oblige, spotting up in the long-range gaps.

"I have no choice not to shoot," she said. "Coming back from the Lutheran game, that was great. It was a team effort by all of us."

Kianalei Machida added 10 points for the sharpshooting Junior Rainbows, who launched 21 3-point attempts as St. Francis packed the paint with a 2-3 zone. Maldonado drilled five treys in 14 tries and the Jr. ‘Bows hit six from long range in all.

Ashley Kupau, a 6-foot senior, led the Saints (3-6 ILH) with 13 points and 10 rebounds. They managed to battle UHS on the boards, outrebounded just 32-26. However, they committed 23 turnovers against the Jr. ‘Bows’ fullcourt press.

Down 8-0 early, the Saints rallied and took a 13-12 lead early in the third quarter on a turnaround bank shot by Kupau.

However, Maldonado swished a couple of 3-pointers to spark a run that gave UHS a 28-22 halftime lead.

The Saints, who had nice halfcourt execution from sophomore point guard Tori Keliiaa, struggled after intermission and had 14 turnovers against the press.

Eharis attacked from the high post relentlessly in the third quarter and scored seven more points to give her team a 46-34 lead.

St. Francis’ struggles at the foul line (13-for-25) made things easier for UHS, which had 19 turnovers.

Now, the Jr. ‘Bows take aim against ‘Iolani II and HBA. Winning the league title outright would guarantee a state berth and first-round bye at the state tourney.

"That would be huge for us," Eharis said.

 

At Klum Gym

St. Francis (3-7) 11 11 12 9 43
University (10-1) 12 16 18 15 61

ST. FRANCIS–Tori Keliiaa 2, Kiana Jones 3, Kayla Jones 8, Alissa Pacarro 6, Jedidah Hanakahi 2, Jasmine Soon 3, Jessica Rossi 6, Ashley Kupau 13.
UNIVERSITY–Anuhea Memea 4, Kassandra Sanchez 0, Kianalei Machida 10, Quynne Eharis 16, Quirena Natividad 2, Skyler Chun-Ming 0, Crystal Wang 8, Chanelle Maldonado 21, Janae Rasmussen 0.
3-point goals–St. Francis 2 (Kayla Jones, Soon), University 6 (Maldonado 5, Machida).

 

Hanalani 33, Lanakila Baptist 29

Freshman post Sarah Liva scored 16 points and Kimberly Feng added 10 to lead the Royals over the Warriors.

Liva, a freshman center, scored six in the second quarter and five in the fourth for Hanalani. Erika Ellis led Lanakila Baptist with nine points.

 

At Hanalani gym

LBS (2-9) 7 8 5 9 29
Hanalani (4-4) 9 10 3 11 33

LANKILA BAPTIST–Erika Ellis 9, Jessica Sonson 6, Cheriane Goodknecht 3, Crystal Sonson 8, Lyndsey Helgeson 2, Jeizelyn Pananganan 1.
HANALANI–Kira Oyama 3, Kimberly Feng 10, Jessica Clanton 2, Nicole Gonzalez 1, Jodi Shimabukuro 1, Sarah Liva 16.
3-point goals–Lanakila Baptist 1 (C. Sonson). Hanalani none.

 

Lutheran 36, Christian Academy 23

Kamalei Ah New scored 11 points and the Lions used a 9-0 second period to beat the Patriots.

Leslie Cruz and Tori Adres both scored seven points for Christian Academy.

 

At Palama Settlement

Lutheran (7-4) 7 9 5 15 36
CA (3-6) 7 0 3 13 23

LUTHERAN–Lexi Kaneshiro 6, Kayla Suganuma 4, Aja Komine 0, Kailyn Osaki 2, Kiana Tom 1, Vikatolia Naulu 4, Kaleihiwa Ah New 6, Kamalei Ah New 11, Briannah Cadiz 0, Aja Keyes 2.
CHRISTIAN ACADEMY–Leslie Cruz 7, Raion Black 0, Alyssa Yee 0, Rachel Tokuda 3, Rebecca Abergas 0, Tori Adres 7, Charanne Bonilla 0, Cheyenne Kessell 5, Briana Rodrigues 1.
3-point goals–Lutheran none. Christian Academy none.

 

Hawaii Baptist 53, Kamehameha II 43

Kayla Yamamoto scored 11 points, Jami-Lyn Grumling added 10 and the Eagles pulled away from the Warriors in the fourth period.

Kapelekua Gramberg scored nine points for Kamehameha, which trailed 38-35 after three periods.

 

At Kamehameha II gym

HBA (11-1) 11 15 12 15 53
KS II (7-3) 11 12 12 8 43

HAWAII BAPTIST–Kanoelani Yadao 0, Natasha Travens 1, Amber Au 2, Rebecca Dang 4, Kimberly Au 9, Jennifer Uehara 5, Reana Lee 9, Jordin Ramos 10, Jami-Lyn Grumling 2, Kayla Yamamoto 11, Chazley Baitlon 0, Nicole Shiroma 0, Lauren Sumida 0.
KAMEHAMEHA II–Christyn Kamaka 7, Skye Young 6, Jessica Jelf-Albert 5, Arianna Daskauskas 5, Arrisa Thronas 0, Tyana Akana 0, Katrina Dreier 3, Misty Caspino 8, Kapelekua Gramberg 9, Amber Manini 0.
3-point goals–Hawaii Baptist 5 (Ramos 2, Lee 2, Au 1). Kamehameha II 2 (Kamaka, Dreier).

 

‘Iolani II 32, Maryknoll 28

Melemau Halaifonua scored eight of her 15 points in the fourth period as the Raiders rallied past the Spartans.

Ashley Agcaoili scored 20 points for Maryknoll, which led by six with 1:30 left.

 

At Manoa gym

‘Iolani II (6-3) 4 5 6 17 32
Maryknoll (8-2) 4 4 10 10 28

‘IOLANI II–Kelly Cournoyer 7, Ashlyn Yokoyama 0, Ashley Yoshioka 0, Malia Ma 3, Melemau Halaifonua 15, Alisha Kodama 3, Khayden Gabriel 4, Teru Okamoto 0.
MARYKNOLL–Amanda Busmente 1, Taylor Wong 2, Kimiko Mitchell 1, Ashley Agcaoili 20, Alexis Vila 0, Cianna Ochoco 0, Ashlee DeSantos 0, Athena Adora 4, Trinity Alualu 0.
3-point goals–‘Iolani II 2 (Cournoyer 2). Maryknoll 2 (Agcaoili 2).

 

Hawaiian Mission 49, Le Jardin 36

Makaila Monroe scored 12 points to lead the Knights over the Bulldogs.

 

At Le Jardin gym

HMA (2-7) 11 17 19 2 49
Le Jardin (0-10) 9 5 8 14 36

HAWAIIAN MISSION–Abegail Ramos 0, Arielle Cababat 0, Caroline Kim 6, Makaila Monroe 12, Joanna Raganton 0, Kimmy Kanemitsu 0, Ana Bechard 10, Isabella 10, Olson 11.
LE JARDIN–Kelsey Tanouye 3, Kea Olaso 0, Jasmine Baginski 0, Brianne Tabios 0, Nikki Caspers 0, Tori Natividad 4, Jordan Gonzalez 2, Dana Kim 0, Sammy Gabrelcik 0, Makena McPherson 5, Siena Shupe 18, Taylor Valentine 4.
3-point goals–Hawaiian Mission 5 (Olson 3, Kim, Wong). Le Jardin none.

 

ILH division I boys
Punahou 45, Saint Louis 42

Despite having three players in double-digit scoring the Crusaders fell short to the Buffanblu.

Punahou was hot from the 3-point line with Lowell Tong hitting three of the team’s seven 3- pointers.

Tong finished with 15 points to lead Punahou.

 

At Saint Louis gym

Punahou (6-1) 16 7 8 14 45
Saint Louis (2-3) 8 12 7 15 42

PUNAHOU–Patrick O’Neill 4, Kupono Fey 5, Christopher McLaren 0, Malik Johnson 8, Nicholas Velasquez 3, Caden McAfee-Torco 0, Lowell Tong 15, Jaren McCartney 0, DeForest Buckner 2, Steven Lakalaka 7, Sean Gruebner 0, Bryan Matsukawa 0, Luke Kaumatule 1.
SAINT LOUIS–Quinn Arakawa 3, Acen Cabral 11, Nate Mantanona 10, JV Caires 4, Max Botticelli 0, Jared Tomaszek 0, Kamalei Correa 12, Reeves Koehler 2, Joseph Kanoa 0.
3-point goals–Punahou 7 (Tong 3, Lakalaka 3, Velasquez 1, Fey 1). Saint Louis 1 (Arakawa).

 

No. 3 Academy of the Pacific 49, Mid-Pacific 38

Micah Dunhour and Kona Makaula scored 11 points apiece to lead the Dolphins past the Owls.

Patrick Matthews scored 12 points and Shaun Dobovan (11) led Mid-Pacific.

 

At Le Jardin gym

AOP (4-1) 16 6 12 15 49
Mid-Pacific (2-4) 10 3 9 16 38

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC–Michael Urcia 5, Carter Kauwehaole 0, Moritz Krume 5, Micah Dunhour 11, Wilson Macloed 2, Drew Vienna 9, David Daniel 4, Kona Makaula 11, Sam Orcutt 0, Ryan Furtado 0, Marchall Gourley 2.
MID-PACIFIC–Jordan Doi 0, Terrence Tenjoma 4, Trey Kubota 0, Shaun Dobovan 11, Matthew Ohtani 0, Tryston Fagarang 0, Patrick Matthews 12, Marcus Doi 4, Brent Yee 0, Matthew Tanaka 0, Matthew Carland 3, Titus Failauga 4, Jordan Matsumoto 0, Taylor Narimatsu 0.
3-point goals–Academy of the Pacific 1 (Makaula). Mid-Pacific 1 (Dobovan).

Junior varsity
‘Iolani 64, University High 50
Mid-Pacific 64, Lanakila Baptist 35

 

ILH Division II boys
Island Pacific 60, ‘Iolani II 56

Theo Duplechain poured in 27 points to lead the Navigators over the Raiders.

 

At Manoa gym

IPA (6-1) 16 8 15 21 60
‘Iolani II (3-3) 9 18 18 11 56

ISLAND PACIFIC–Dylan Yamamoto 3, Tyler Billman 0, Kennedy Wilson 0, Jackson Durrett 9, Christian Yagi 0, Royce Ilar 0, A.J. Alexander 0, Theo Duplechain 27, J.J. Kirk 0, Jason Brenner 17, Malik Veazie 4, Royce Ilar 0, Colt Wallace 0.
‘IOLANI II–Maika Kealoha 3, Trey Muraoka 0, Shovan Datta 12, Shane Killeen 0, Tracy Young 15, Joshua Hannum 4, Schuyler Shigemura 0, Taylor Lau 0, Brandon Kaiura 15, Shayd Shinsato 4, Austin Gima 3, Aaron Nojima 0, Jonathan Like-Uehara 0.
3-point goals–Island Pacific 1 (Durrett). ‘Iolani II 5 (Kaiura 5).

 

Punahou II 75, Le Jardin 50

Matt Taniguchi scored 16 points and Jeremy Lee added 14 as the Buffanblu defeated the Bulldogs.

Sean McWhinnie scored 19 points for Le Jardin in a losing effort.

 

At Le Jardin gym

Punahou II (3-1) 24 16 17 18 75
Le Jardin (1-6) 13 21 8 8 50

PUNAHOU II–Alvin Kwock 12, Tim Moody 0, Lokahi Mutsui 6, Chase Tamashiro 2, John Kam 3, Matt Taniguchi 16, Daley King 3, Jeremy Lee 14, Aaron Dung 1, Chreighton Woo 0, Ben Ota 2, Jeff Yamashiro 2, Alex Chang , Liloa Travis 4, Travis Matsuzaki 10.
LE JARDIN— Kelvin Akamine 15, Jaime Marin 0, Frankie Montalvo 3, Sam Spengler 6, Nick Vinsonhaler 2, Sean McWhinnie 19, DeVante Newsome 0, Juliun Perkins 5, Jake Blaskowski 0, Conor Regan 0.
3-point goals–Punahou II 3 (Taniguchi, Lee, Kam). Le Jardin 1 (Akamine).

 

University 63, St. Francis 49

Andrew Canencia hit four 3-pointers and finished with 18 points and Ben Keller scored 10 of his 14 in the first period as the Jr. Rainbows beat the Saints.

Nalu O’Connor added 13 points for University, which led 25-16 after the first period.

Keoni Tom-Millare scored 23 points to lead St. Francis.

 

At Klum gym

St. Francis (3-1) 16 13 12 8 49
University (3-0) 25 10 12 16 63

ST. FRANCIS–Austin Ursua 5, Sosiua Havea 0, Drew Wilson 0, Matthew Nuumania 10, Kaohukea Sandborn 0, Shabir Lynton 0, Jason Wu 4, Keoni Tom-Millare 23, Daron Sun 3, Kalei Davis 0, Blayne Won 4.
UNIVERSITY–Andrew Canencia 18, Eugene Malvar 5, Ryan Alvarado 2, Nalu O’Connor 13, Cameron Conant 5, Gui Aires 6, Peter Fee 0, Ben Keller 14, Cobey Young 0, Ian Akamine 0.
3-point goals–St. Francis 3 (Nuumania 2, Ursua). University 4 (Canencia 4).

 

Kamehameha II 67, Lanakila Baptist 43

Noah Borden scored 18 points and Beau Jordan Oshiro added 15 as the Warriors defeated the Warriors.

Matthew Kakilala and Richard Abbey had 11 points each to lead Lanakila Baptist.

 

At Kamehameha II gym

LBS (3-2) 5 16 7 15 43
KS II (4-1) 12 12 20 23 67

LANAKILA BAPTIST–Jordan Soriano 0, Nahiku Passi 0, Micah Miranda 3, Tyler Johnson 10, Matthew Kakilala 11, Jordan Cabato 3, Josh Pananganan 5, Rodney Yun 0, Richard Abbey 11.
KAMEHAMEHA II–Keanu Haina 5, Beau Jordan Oshiro 15, Kieran Watson 6, Matthew Cieslak 4, Tyler-James Balderas 5, Evile Ieriko 6, Justyce Kim-Hewlen 0, Micah Pimental 0, Manaolana Salvani 3, Max Castanera 0, Tyren Hepa 5, Noah Borden 18.
3-point goals–Lanakila Baptist 2 (Johnson, Pananganan). Kamehameha II 3 (Oshiro 3).

 

OIA RED EAST BOYS
Kailua 44, Castle 40

The Knights suffered from the free-throw line, going 8-for-20 in their loss to the Surfrirders.

Kila Zuttermeister scored 10 points to lead Kailua.

Seth Tiumalu led Castle with 16 points, including four 3- pointers.

 

At Castle gym

Kailua (4-5) 15 10 13 6 44
Castle (0-7) 7 12 11 10 40

KAILUA–Awa Poggi 3, Chevy Mikaele 9, Josh Kava 6, Kila Zuttermeister 10, Keanu Vela 3, Ethan Mahaulu 5, Luis Valenzuela 0, Rhys Nakakura 8.
CASTLE–Chaz Kobayashi 2, Jordan Manalo , Seth Tiumalu 16, Josh Kong 2, Kui Alimoot 3, Jordan Aleki 10, Micah Maeda 6, Faaesea Lakatani 1, Kainoa Stone 0.
3-point goals–Kailua 3 (Mikaele 2, Zuttermeister). Castle 4 (Tiumalu).
Junior varsity–Kailua 32, Castle 26

 

Kaimuki 47, No. 8 Roosevelt 38

Mason Kualii-Moe scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half and Tevin Nishiyama had 12 of his 13 points in the second half as the Bulldogs beat the Rough Riders.

Kaimuki outscored Roosevelt 31-20 in the second half.

Kaipo Pale scored eight points for Roosevelt.

 

At Kaimuki gym

Roosevelt (7-2) 6 12 8 12 38
Kaimuki (4-3) 11 5 16 15 47

Roosevelt–Shai Brown 6, Micah Ikari 1, Ese Tago 3, Brendan Nakatani 6, Johnson Delos Santos 0, Pono Patoc 2, Kaipo Pale 8, Asten Koki 6, Troy Nakasuji 2, J.J. Mariano 4, Nick Samifua 0, Rahni Fisher 0.
Kaimuki–Nicholas Motellang 2, Mason Kualii-Moe 15, Chester Sua 2, Tevin Nishiyama 13, Dio Talung 4, Jonn Kakitani 3, Ken Hashimoto 0, Jordan Gestrich 0, A.J. DeJesus 0, Lio Kelekelio 8.
3-point goals–Roosevelt none. Kaimuki 4 (Nishiyama 2 , Kualii-Moe 2).
Junior varsity–Kaimuki def. Roosevelt

 

OIA RED WEST BOYS
Radford 52, Leilehua 45

T.J. Reid poured in nine of his game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter as the Rams won their showdown with the Mules.

Nashon George added 13 for Radford. Dillon Pau’u and Penetito had 11 points each to lead Leilehua.

 

At Leilehua gym

Radford (8-1) 13 8 14 17 52
Leilehua (7-2) 6 7 12 20 45

RADFORD–T.J. Reid 18, Glenn Castil 0, Wayne Keys Jr. 1, Zach Pelzl 4, Jeromy Castro 2, Tevita Baravilala 2, Maika Ulufale 2, Aaron Felix Bright 0, Dorsay Norris 3, Roscoe Kalilikane 0, D.J. Huggins 2, Ace Watkins 5, Nick Lenover 0, Nashon George 13.
LEILEHUA–Ikaika Mercado 0, Dillon Pau’u 11, Jeremiah Andrade 1, Trenton Morales 8, Stockton Crowley 0, Reece Acohido 0, Marc Lagmay 0, Jaryn Olayon 2, Xavieuer Adger 6, Richard Cherry 0, Josiah Caravallo 0, Christian Manzo 0, Penetito Melei 11, Russell Siavii 6, Dylan Bender 0.
3-point goals–Radford 4 (Reid 2, George 2). Leilehua none.
Junior varsity–Radford 39, Leilehua 26

 

Pearl City 45, Waianae 31

Josiah DeMello scored 12 points to power the Chargers past the Seariders.

Anthony Niederschimidt had a team-high 11 points for Waianae, which was held to nine second-half points.

 

At Pearl City gym

Waianae (1-7) 6 16 2 7 31
Pearl City (3-6) 14 7 9 15 45

WAIANAE–Devon Seabrooks 7, Jaylen Mitchell 3, Devon Kamaka 2, Jonovan Tuinei 0, Jamal Lopez 0, Anthony Niederschmidt 11, Matthew Ramaila 8.
PEARL CITY–Kailon Sabate 7, Ryan Arguelles 0, Josiah DeMello 12, Isaac Shim 7, Nicholas Villarmia 4, Jerry Galardo 0, Marc Sumiga 5, Kapena Akiona 0, Paul Perry 6, Bryson Takaesu 0, Kainoa Perez 4, Cody Miyashiro 0, Adam Murata 0, Chaz Ebisu 0.
3-point goals–Waianae 1 (Seabrooks). Pearl City 3 (Sabate, Shim, Villarmia).
Junior varsity–Pearl City 59, Waianae 24

 

Kapolei 55, Campbell 46

Devyn Knight scored 13 points and Curtis Tavares added 11 to lead the Hurricanes over the Sabers.

Campbell stayed close behind C.J. Ramos (12 points), who hit four of seven from 3-point range, and Fouina Haskins (10), but Knight came up big for Kapolei with seven points in the fourth quarter.

 

At Kapolei gym

Campbell (3-6) 12 9 8 17 46
Kapolei (2-6) 16 7 13 19 55

CAMPBELL–R. Ramos 2, Jarrin Bannister 3, Javen Burdett 2, Micah Cadiente 0, Christopher Crawford 2, B.J. Halmos 5, Fouina Haskins 10, Jacquain Middleton 3, Allan Otanes 0, C.J. Ramos 12, Justin Silva 0, Aaron Steele 0, Manuel Sy 7.
KAPOLEI–Curtis Tavares 11, Devyn Knight 13, Jared Milare 10, Joshua Farias 2, Joshua Wills 5, Chris Dillard 0, Kapua Awong 6, Zachary Berg 8.
3-point goals–Campbell 6 (C.J. Ramos 4, Middleton, Sy). Kapolei 1 (Tavares).
Junior varsity–Kapolei 46, Campbell 34

 

OIA WHITE BOYS
Kalaheo 42, McKinley 39

Shane Hipa and Derick Morgan sealed the game at the free-throw line in the closing minutes as the Mustangs upset the Tigers.

Joshua Ko led Kalaheo with 11 points, while Lesley Machiguchi ad Wilhelm Rivera had 10 points each for McKinley.

 

At Kalaheo gym

McKinley (5-2) 4 8 14 13 39
Kalaheo (2-4) 8 8 12 14 42

MCKINLEY–Jason Ramano 2, Ryan Arzadon 0, Kyrell Wright 0, Jace Bolosan 3, Justly Laquihon 4, Alex Ironside 8, Lesley Machiguchi 10, Rio Kwon 2, Wilhem Rivera 10.
KALAHEO–Quincy Mason 7, Sage Richardson 0, Joshua Ko 11, Derick Morgan 7, Shem Sukumaran 0, Jordyn Reindollar 7, Anthony Rowan 2, Silila Tucker 0, Shane Hipa 8.
3-point goals–McKinley 4 (Machiguchi 2, Ironside, Bolosan). Kalaheo 5 (Ko 3, Hipa, Morgan).
Junior varsity–McKinley 66, Kalaheo 63, OT

 

Aiea 54, Anuenue 27

Taylor Taliulu scored a game-high 20 points, including four 3-pointers as Na Alii defeated Na Koa.

Kamea Kahaiapo led Anuenue with 16 points and dropped four 3-pointers on Aiea.

 

At Aiea gym

Anuenue (1-7) 7 3 10 7 27
Aiea (3-4) 20 10 16 8 54

ANUENUE–Ikaika Gante 5, Mahuka Cullen 2, Makana Fernandez 4, Pono Kahili 0, Kahooipo Mossman-Ancog 0, Kealoha Smith 0, Makamae Wengler 0, Kamea Kahiapo 16, Iokepa Waiwaiole 0.
AIEA–Chucky Kaahanui 6, Douglas Tautua 6, Terence Fong 2, Branden Abiva 0, Ernesto Salazar 0, Freddy Taliulu 8, Deshane Luat 0, Phillip Madriaga 4, Colin Naito 2, Jholy Mauai 6, Taylor Taliulu 20.
3-point goals–Anuenue 4 (Kahiapo 4). Aiea 4 (Taliulu).

 

Waialua 64, Waipahu 56

Vance Maluyo scored 21 points and Rudi Galapia had 15 as the Bulldogs handed the Marauders their first league loss.

John Rey Garcia added 12 points for Waialua, which outscored Waipahu 22-11 in the second period.

Daeniel Cullen Diomanpo scored 22 points for Waialua.

 

At Waialua gym

Waipahu (5-1) 11 11 9 25 56
Waialua (5-2) 12 22 11 19 64

WAIPAHU–Chance Delima 6, Jonathan Lewis 4, Richard Ugalde 2, Duketoa Tili 4, Brice Dwiggins 0, Marc Moises 0, Daeniel Cullen Diomanpo 22, Wesley Nagaseu 5, Roy Florence 3, Eric Castro 0, Tatupu Tatupu 10.
WAIALUA–Sonnymar Domingo 0, William Sacapulo-Uepa 7, Winston Sacapulo-Uepa 0, Veran-Scott Acob 2, Jake Kaysonphet 0, Virgilio Repollo 0, Kristoffer Cuadro 5, Jerimiah Repollo 0, Chase Uhlir 2, John Rey Garcia 12, Vance Maluyo 21, Rudi Galapia 15, Victor Nobello 0.
3-point goals–Waipahu 1 (Florence). Waialua 2 (Cuadro, Garcia).
Junior varsity–Waipahu 40, Waialua 28

 

No. 4 Farrington 50, Nanakuli 28

Viane Vaina scored 18 points and the Governors took a 39-16 lead after three periods in a victory over the Golden Hawks.

Joe Shelton scored 18 points to lead Nanakuli.

 

At Nanakuli gym

Farrington (6-1) 13 12 14 11 50
Nanakuli (3-4) 6 7 3 12 28

FARRINGTON–Paul Solomon 4, Ryan Reyes 4, Anastacio Lombawa 0, Bernard DeLeon 3, Jeffrey Madarang 7, Chadey Callazo 2, Lancelot Williams 2, Viane Vaina 18, J.P. Saycon 8, Shane Cabato-Machado 2.
NANAKULI–Terrell Ochimas 0, Brenton Corn 0, Kameran Self-Gomes 6, Gary Shelton 2, Joe Shelton 18, Kalau Kalawa 0, Ikena Anakalea 0, Clayton Atualevao 0, Kamalu Paris 2.
3-point goals–Farrington 1 (Madarang). Nanakuli none.
Junior varsity–Farrington 64, Nanakuli 39

 

Kaiser 61, Kamakau 18

Doug Gehring scored 13 points and the Cougars took a 44-5 lead at halftime en route to victory over Kamakau.

Keahi Suyat scored eight points for Kamakau.

 

At Kaiser gym

Kamakau (0-8) 5 0 7 6 18
Kaiser (5-2) 24 20 10 7 61

KAMAKAU–Kamalu Kamauoha 0, Kalahikiola Heind-Boyd 0, Teawe Olds 6, Kumukoa Oana 2, Hanna Wasson 2, Keahi Suyat 8, Kalaunui Enos 0.
KAISER–Brandon Ale 2, Matthew Nagata 0, Bret Kanoa 4, Davin Morton 0, Preston Wuich 7, Doug Gehring 13, Quinton Wong 2, Adam Kostylo 0, Royce Kuromoto 3, Corey Lum 6, Mark Guirguis 9, Reeve Solliday 2, John Bice 8, Cruz Kalaugher 5.
3-point goals–Kamakau 1 (Suyat). Kaiser 1 (Guirguis).

 

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