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‘Iolani beats Mid-Pacific to stay up on ILH

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Despite trailing by eight points at the half, top-ranked ‘Iolani powered its way to a 51-43 victory at Mid-Pacific last night in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I boys basketball game. The visiting Raiders outscored the Owls 28-12 in the final 16 minutes for their 10th win of the season and remained a game ahead of rival Punahou in league play.

Mid-Pacific jumped out to a 22-14 lead after the first quarter.

Senior Trevyn Tulonghari carried ‘Iolani with 20 points, followed by Adam Ching with eight.

Mid-Pacific’s Shaun Dobovan racked up a team-high 11 points, while Patrick Matthews was held to just six points.

 

At Mid-Pacific gym

‘Iolani (10-1) 14 9 14 14 51
Mid-Pacific (6-7) 22 9 4 8 43

‘IOLANI–Jourdan Simmonds 7, Reid Saito 5, Kainoa Scheer 2, Josiah Sukumaran 7, Austin O’Leary 0, Trevyn Tulonghari 20, Gabriel Vega 2, Adam Ching 8, Keahi Hogan 0, Duke Pauli 0.
MID-PACIFIC–Jordan Doi 6, Terrence Tenjoma 5, Shaun Dobovan 11, Tryston Fagarang 0, Patrick Matthews 6, Marcus Doi 4, Matthew Tanaka 3, Matthew Carland 6, Titus Failauga 2.
3-point goals–‘Iolani 4 (Tulonghari 2, Ching 2). Mid-Pacific 3 (J. Doi, Tenjoma, Dobovan).

 

Saint Louis 49, Maryknoll 38

Kamalei Correa tallied 16 points to lead the Crusaders over the Spartans.

Nate Mantanona finished with 10 points for Saint Louis. Maryknoll’s Johnny Mayer and Brandon Floyd scored six points each to lead the team.

 

At Saint Louis gym

Maryknoll (1-10) 8 8 11 11 38
St. Louis (3-8) 12 11 7 19 49

MARYKNOLL–Andrew Wu 4, Kekoa Welsh 2, Brandon Floyd 6, Tobias Powell 2, Jason Calabrese 5, Johnny Mayer 6, Kekiai Cashman-Fernandez 5, Austin Gaskins 4, Wyatt Pedro 0, Tufanua Iuvale 4.
SAINT LOUIS–Quinn Arakawa 5, Acen Cabral 7, Nate Mantanona 10, Iolana Akau 0, Jared Tomaszek 0, Max Botticelli 0, Jaron Hall-Moniz 5, JV Caires 6, Kamalei Correa 16, Reeves Koehler 0.
3-point goals–Maryknoll 2 (Wu, Floyd). Saint Louis none.

 

ILH DIVISION II BOYS
Punahou II 48, ‘Iolani II 42

The Buffanblu remain atop the ILH Division II standings with a slim victory over the Raiders.

Punahou held an 11-point lead going into the second half, but a late rally by ‘Iolani nearly knocked down the conference leader.

Alvin Kwock and Matt Taniguchi each scored 12 points for Punahou, while Maika Kealoha led ‘Iolani with nine points.

 

At Punahou gym

‘Iolani II (4-7) 11 8 13 10 42
Punahou II (11-1) 14 16 10 8 48

‘IOLANI II— Maika Kealoha 9, Trey Muraoka 0, Shovan Datta 7, Shane Killeen 0, Tracy Young 4, Joshua Hannum 0, Schuyler Shigemura 2, Taylor Lau 3, Brandon Kaiura 4, Shayd Shinsato 7, Austin Gima 2, Aaron Nojima 4, Jonathan Like-Uehara 0.
PUNAHOU II–Alvin Kwock 12, Ben Ota 4, Matt Taniguchi 12, Jeremy Lee 3, Daley King 4, John Kam 0, Lokahi Matsuo 2, Travis Matsuzaki 0, Creighton Woo 4, Jeff Yamashiro 3, Alex Chang 3, Tim Moody 1.
3-point goals–‘Iolani none. Punahou II 1 (Yamashiro).

 

University 60, Christian Academy 27

Cameron Conant scored a game-high 12 points as the Junior ‘Bows defeated the winless Patriots.

Cobey Young added 11 points for University, while Christian Academy’s Jasen Ocol finished with a team-high nine points.

 

At Klum Gym

CA (0-11) 5 7 8 7 27
University (7-3) 14 15 11 20 60

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY–Matthew Urcia 4, Shaun Bonilla 3, Micah Sugiura 3, Jasen Ocol 9, Chris Canoneo 2, Ryan Kalekini-Stephens 0, Ethan Reyes 4, Jarin Ralar 2, Ryan Helsham 0, Robert Helsham 0.
UNIVERSITY–Andrew Canencia 8, Eugene Malvar 0, Ryan Alvarado 2, Cobey Young 11, Ian Akamine 4, Joe Choy 4, Nalu O’Connor 6, Cameron Conant 12, Gui Aires 6, Peter Fee 5, Ben Keller 2, Joshua Javier 0.
3-point goals–Christian Academy 1 (Ocol). University 3 (Canencia 2, Young).

 

Hawaii Baptist 64, Saint Louis II 55

The Eagles rallied in the fourth quarter to surge past the Crusaders in conference play.

Jun Fritz scored 15 points for Hawaii Baptist, followed by Sage Bulseco with 10.

Leighton Chang provided a spark for Saint Louis with a game-high 19 points, including five 3-pointers. Alex Pacheco and Zachary Cuarisma added 11 points apiece for the Crusaders.

 

At Hawaii Baptist gym

St. Louis II (3-8) 21 11 17 6 55
Hba (7-4) 17 17 14 16 64

SAINT LOUIS II–King Patrocinio 0, Thayer Schmitz 3, Ross Nogami 4, Skyler Sigston 2, Joseph Kea 0, Joel Letoto 2, Andrew Pacarro 0, Alex Pacheco 11, Dominic Bush 0, Johnathan Greig 3, Zachary Cuarisma 11, Leighton Chang 19.
HAWAII BAPTIST–Chasen Fukuda 7, Jun Fritz 15, Landry Kiyabu 6, Sage Bulseco 10, Michael Fisher 4, Travis Teramae 0, Brennan Lee 2, Kalei Hosaka 4, Nathan Le 7, Jordan Kauwe 9, Caleb Gaskins 0, John Hirokawa 0.
3-point goals–Saint Louis II 6 (Chang 5, Schmitz). Hawaii Baptist 6 (Fritz 4, Kauwe, Fukuda).

 

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McKinley 44, Waipahu 25
Farrington 48, Aiea 36

 

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