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TODAY
BASKETBALL
College men: Pearl Harbor Invitational—Seton Hall vs. California, 2 p.m.; Princeton vs. Hawaii, 4:30 p.m., at Bloch Arena, Joint-Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
ILH girls I-AA: Kamehameha at ‘Iolani, 6:30 p.m.; Punahou at Maryknoll, 6 p.m.
SOCCER
ILH boys: Kamehameha at Punahou; ‘Iolani at Saint Louis. Matches start at 4 p.m.
OIA East boys: Kailua at Kalani, 4 p.m.; Roosevelt at Kalaheo, 4 p.m.; McKinley at Kahuku, 5:30 p.m.
OIA East girls: Kaimuki at Castle; McKinley at Kahuku; Kalani at Kailua; Kalaheo at Roosevelt. Matches start at 7:15 p.m.
OIA West girls: Pearl City at Mililani, 7:15 p.m.

THURSDAY
BASKETBALL
High school boys: OIA-ILH Challenge, Leilehua vs. Punahou, 4 p.m.; Kapolei vs. ‘Iolani, 5:30 p.m.; Kalaheo vs. Kamehameha, 7 p.m.; Moanalua vs. Mid-Pacific, 8:30 p.m., at Moanalua.
ILH Division II girls: Le Jardin at Hawaiian Mission, 5 p.m.; La Pietra at Damien, 6 p.m.; Island Pacific at Hawaii Baptist, 6:30 p.m.
SOCCER
OIA West boys: Pearl City at Mililani, 7:15 p.m.

BASKETBALL

high school
ILH Division i girls
‘Iolani 44, Punahou 40
The Raiders took an 18-10 halftime lead, then held off the Buffanblue en route to victory.
Skylar Nakata scored a game-high 12 points to lead the Raiders, with Tori Lynn Maeda adding eight.
Punahou was without leading scorer Kamaile Kandiah. Abigail Aplaca and Elle Uyeda each scored nine for the Buffanblu.

At ‘Iolani
‘Iolani (2-2)    10    8    9    17    —    44
Punahou (1-2)    6    4    12    18    —    40
‘IOLANI—Tori Lynn Maeda 8, Kellie Okamura 6, Emily Nomura 4, Kelsie Ikeda, Taylor Wu 2, Camy Aguinaldo 6, Kayla Malta 0, Kawai Kahalehoe 4, Skylar Nakata12.
PUNAHOU—Tanisha Elbourne 8, Kiarra Young 6, Lexie Taylor 0, Kamakani Blake 0, Abigail Aplaca 9, Kristen Tamagawa 8, Elle Uyeda 9, Sinalauli’i Uluave 0.
3-point goals—’Iolani 1 (Maeda). Punahou 1 (Elbourne).
OIA WEST girls
Leilehua 60,  Aiea 10
Chyel Palmer scored a game-high 16 points, as the Mules defeated Na Alii in the OIA season opener.
Eleven different players scored for Leilehua, which held a 27-4 lead at halftime.

At Aiea
Leilehua (1-0)    9    18    18    15    —    60
Aiea (0-1)    4    0    2    4    —    10
LEILEHUA—Katlina Phiger 4, Destini Green 2, Megan Ayala 6, Joslyn Mendoza, 6, Kaulen Kamelamela 6. Kayla Posiula 5, Gabriella Johnson 2, Jemma Godbovi 0, Chyel Palmer 16, Alaese McKenzie 0, Abigail Flores 0, Shaylee Todani 9, Kimberley Owens 1, Asia Castillo 2.
AIEA—Tammy Thieu 0, Chantelle Shimabukuro 5, JAslyn Madriaga-Aguigui 0, Kailly Paulo 4, Tia Ueoka 0, Vien Crisostomo 0, Kelsie Shibata 0, Lusia Mauga 1, Ufi Ale 1.
3-point goals— None.

OIA Varsity Boys Preseason
Kahuku 50, Mililani 44
ILH Junior Varsity Boys
St. Francis 68, Hawaii Baptist 49
ILH Junior Varsity Girls
Damien 46, Hawaii Baptist 29

College Men
EAST
Bucknell 75, Fairfield 64
California 62, Princeton 51
Harvard 86, Northeastern 80
Monmouth (NJ) 81, Wagner 71
Navy 76, Bryant 74
New Hampshire 80, American U. 70
Providence 95, Brown 57
Rhode Island 51, Old Dominion 39
Robert Morris 64, Duquesne 60
Rutgers 79, CCSU 37
Sacred Heart 91, Mass.-Lowell 82
Seton Hall 68, Hawaii 57
St. Bonaventure 81, Hofstra 75
Stony Brook 62, Lehigh 57
Villanova 89, La Salle 79
SOUTH
Belmont 78, Lipscomb 76
Chattanooga 96, Marshal 85
Duke 84, Florida 74
Florida St. 98, Southern Miss. 49
Furman 61, Liberty 58
Miami 82, SC State 46
Morgan St. 85, Manhattan 82
NC Central 79, LIU Brooklyn 56
Tennessee 90, Presbyterian 50
UNC-Asheville 78, Elon 67
Vanderbilt 90, High Point 63
Virginia 76, East Carolina 53
Wake Forest 91, Charlotte 74
Winthrop 106, Greensboro 63
Wofford 116, Virginia Wise 56
MIDWEST
Ball St. 80, Bradley 63
Cent. Michigan 107, Green Bay 97
Dayton 91, Saint Joseph’s (IN) 59
DePaul 80, Lamar 61
Evansville 69, Bowling Green 66
FAU 79, Ohio St. 77
Illinois 85, IUPUI 77
Kansas 105, UMKC 62
Kansas St. 74, Prairie View 55
Marquette 84, Fresno St. 81
Michigan 53, Texas 50
Michigan St. 77, Youngstown St. 57
Minnesota 74, NJIT 68
Missouri 81, Miami (Ohio) 55
Notre Dame 87, IPFW 72
Purdue 97, Arizona St. 64
Wichita St. 75, Saint Louis 45
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 84, Houston 72
FAR WEST
Arizona 79, UC Irvine 57
Colorado St. 93, UA Fort Smith 69
Utah 87, Utah Valley 80
Utah St. 84, Great Falls 51

College Women
Top 25
No. 3 Baylor 90, Texas State 24
No. 4 Maryland 67, Towson 63
No. 14 Miami 81, Loyola (CHI) 43

ILH Varsity Girls
‘Iolani 6, Sacred Hearts 0
Goal Scorers —  IOL: Kylee Kim-Bustillos 4, Sam Masca, Cece Jenkins.
Pac-Five 12, Damien 0
Goal Scorers —  P5: Chelsie Deponte 4, Emily Lakey 2, Kayla Kunihisa 2, Karey Ann Yoshioka, Iare Rillon, Alicia Paige, Sarah Wong.
Kamehameha 10, Mid-Pacific 0
Goal Scorers —  KSK: Kapuamakamae Gomera-Stevens 3, Leah Feato 2, Kalia Kalua 2, Sharon Cain, Kylie Minamishin, Kitty Jones-Black.
ILH Junior Varsity Boys
Kamehameha-Blie 8, Mid-Pacific 0

OIA East Varsity Boys
Moanalua 3, Farrington 0
Goal Scorers —  MOA: Zechariah Kaneshiro, Kenan Agao, Zachery Banuilos.

Junior Varsity Boys
Moanalua 6, Farrington 0

OIA West Varsity Boys
Waipahu 2, Aiea 1
Goal Scorers —  WAIP: Jaron Tejada, Braden Amorozo. AIEA: Jacob Filio.
Mililani 11, Nanakuli 1
Goal Scorers —  MIL: Treyton Kong 2, Jamin Fonseca 2, Joshua Kamisugi 2, Arthur Dowsett, Moah Ungos, Kawika Zarko, Jacob Prothero, Hudson Zeisman. NAN: Kanui Booker.
Pearl City 3, Radford 1
Goal Scorers — PC: Ju Chan Lee 2, Justice Gomes. RAD: Peter Santa Anna.
Leilehua 1, Waianae 0
Goal Scorers — LEI: Luis-Alberto Aguilar

Junior Varsity Boys
Pearl City 5, Radford 1
Waianae 1, Leilehua 1

OIA West Varsity Girls
Kapolei 6, Waialua 0
Goal Scorers —  KAP: Heather Kolona 2, Kori Koyerman, Alyssa Yoshida, Cait Perry, Own Goal.
Aiea 3, Waipahu 1
Goal Scorers — AIEA: Nicole Olanda, Samantha Schaefer, Taylor Simpliciano. WAIP: Karlee Manding.
Mililani 14, Nanakuli 0
Goal Scorers — MIL: Sidney Kiyabu 3, Randi Macadangdang 2, Tia Rodriguez, Marisa Matsuo, Breanna-Leigh Bautista, Tiare Kahalewai, Ki’i Aweau, Jasmine Davis, Tehani Furuta, Dayna Nishimura, Karlin Wurlitzger.
Leilehua 1, Waianae 0
Goal Scorers — LEI: Shayla Padilla.

Junior Varsity Girls
Waianae 1, Leilehua 0

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