ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
The explosive guard had 16 points, eight rebounds and five assists in a 60-29 win over ‘Iolani, and 15 points and eight boards in a 49-45 win over Punahou in the state final as the Wildcats won their second state title in three seasons.
The 6-foot-5 senior had 20 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks in a 73-63 win over Mililani as the Red Raiders remained unbeaten in the OIA Red Conference’s double-elimination tournament.
» Kalei Adolpho, Molokai: 33 points against Maryknoll
» Dawnyelle Awa, Konawaena: 20 points, six steals, four assists against Kaiser
» Quynne Eharis, University: 28 points against Kalani
» Hailey-Ann Maeda, Punahou: 17 points, 14 boards against Lahainaluna
» Katelynne Paleka-Kennedy, KS-Hawaii: 17 points, 20 boards and five blocks against Maryknoll; 19 points, 15 rebounds and six blocks against Radford
» Maiki Viela, Lahainaluna: 29 points against Kapolei; 32 points against Punahou
» Wesley Armbrust, Moanalua: 32 points against Roosevelt
» Rokas Cesnulevicius, HPA: 29 points against Konawaena; 31 points against Kealakehe
» Micah Christenson, Kamehameha: 22 points against Maryknoll; 26 points against Saint Louis
» Kaipo Pale, Roosevelt: 27 points and 15 rebounds against Radford; 23 points against Moanalua
» T.J. Reid, Radford: 35 points against Roosevelt
» Mountan Mitchell, Punahou: three goals against Pac-Five
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GIRLS BASKETBALL TOP 10
The final 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||PTS.||PVS.|
|1. Konawaena (22), 32-1||beat Punahou||220||1|
|2. Punahou, 17-3||lost to Konawaena||197||3|
|3. ‘Iolani, 19-8||beat Lahainaluna||170||4|
|4. Lahainaluna, 21-6||lost to ‘Iolani||152||2|
|5. Farrington, 18-10||beat Kahuku||115||6|
|6. Kahuku, 10-14||lost to Farrington||78||10|
|7. Waiakea, 25-3||beat Kaimuki||68||5|
|8. Mid-Pacific, 16-8||none last week||55||8|
|9. Radford, 19-2||beat Kamehameha-Hawaii||51||9|
|10. Kapolei, 22-6||lost to Kahuku||43||7|
» Also receiving votes: Kamehameha-Hawaii 28, Kaiser 20, Kaimuki 7, Maryknoll 6.
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. ‘Iolani (16), 18-4||beat AOP||state tourney||196||1|
|2. Kamehameha (2), 19-7||beat Mid-Pacific||state tourney||180||2|
|3. Punahou, 23-7||lost to ‘Iolani||ILH playoffs, Thursday||138||3|
|4. Farrington (2), 20-4||beat McKinley||OIA playoffs, Thursday||133||4|
|5. Kahuku, 23-5||beat Mililani||OIA playoffs, Thursday||120||6|
|6. AOP, 18-8||lost to ‘Iolani||ILH playoffs, Thursday||106||5|
|7. KS-Hawaii, 23-3||beat Pahoa||BIIF playoffs, Friday||78||7|
|8. Moanalua, 19-13||beat Roosevelt||vs. Mililani, today||53||—|
|9. Mililani, 15-15||lost to Kahuku||vs. Moanalua, today||34||8-t|
|10. Roosevelt, 15-7||lost to Moanalua||state tourney||23||8-t|
» Also receiving votes: Radford 13, Seabury Hall 10, Hilo 6, Lahainaluna 5, McKinley 4, Baldwin 1.
» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Radford (No. 10).