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Kauai, Mid-Pacific play for D-II state title

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DIVISION II GIRLS STATE SOCCER

At Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park

Yesterday
Semifinals
Mid-Pacific 1, Hawaii Prep 0
Kauai 1, Kamehameha-Hawaii 0
Consolation bracket
Seabury Hall 1, Makua Lani 0; Honokaa 5, Leilehua 1

Today
Consolation, 3 p.m., Field 5
Kalaheo (9-2-3) vs. Radford (8-4-3)
Fifth place, 3 p.m., Field 6
Honokaa (8-6-2) vs. Seabury Hall (9-8-1),
Third place, 1 p.m. main stadium
Hawaii Prep (10-3-1) vs. Kamehameha-Hawaii (10-3-4)
Championship, 5 p.m., main stadium
Mid-Pacific (6-9) vs. Kauai (8-0-1)

Kauai and Mid-Pacific took different roads, but both made it to today’s Division II final of the JN Automotive Group/HHSAA Girls Soccer State Championships.

The Red Raiders (8-0-1) and the Owls (6-9-0) meet at 5 p.m. at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. The game will be televised on OC 16.

Kauai beat Kamehameha-Hawaii (10-3-4) and Mid-Pacific defeated top-seeded Hawaii Prep (10-3-1) yesterday in a pair of 1-0 decisions.

Senior midfielder Malia Kagawa scored in the 41st minute as the third-seeded Red Raiders remained the state’s only unbeaten Division II team.

The KIF champions beat Honokaa 3-0 in their quarterfinal match on Thursday and have yet to be scored upon in the tournament.

Jen Sasaki, a senior midfielder, scored in the fourth minute as the Owls continued their impressive tournament run. Mid-Pacific beat Kalaheo 4-1 in the first round Wednesday and fourth-seeded Seabury Hall 1-0 in the quarterfinals Thursday.

Mid-Pacific, the ILH’s lone representative, had a tournament-worst 3-9 record entering the states.

CONSOLATION

Honokaa 5, Leilehua 1

Senior forward Kim Kishimoto and sophomore forward Monica Carlos each scored two goals for the Dragons (8-6-2).

Senior midfielder Tialana Greenwell also scored for Honokaa. Senior midfielder Rachel Tenbroeke scored for the Mules (9-6-0).

Seabury Hall 1, Makua Lani Christian 0

Sophomore striker Lena Fox scored in the 17th minute as the MIL-champion Spartans (9-8-1) tripped the Lions (5-11-0). Seabury Hall plays Honokaa at 3 p.m. today on Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park’s field 6 for fifth place.

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