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TODAY
BASKETBALL
High school boys: ‘Iolani Classic— Punahou vs. Waiakea, 9 a.m.; Waianae vs. Kaiser, 10:30; Kapolei vs. Corona Del Sol (Ariz.), noon., Mount Vernon (N.Y.) vs. Mid-Pacific, 1:30 p.m.; Dr. Phillips (Fla.) vs. Kailua, 3:30; De La Salle (Calif.) vs. ‘Iolani, 5; Oak Hill (VA) vs. Southwind (TN), 6:30; Kahuku vs. Findlay (NV), 8; at ‘Iolani Lower Gym. Also, Tony Sellitto Hawaiian Island Basketball Challenge—Maryknoll I vs. Leilehua, 3 p.m.; Kamehameha vs. Crater (Ore.), 4:30 p.m.; Pearl City vs. Overlake (Wash.), 6 p.m.; Maryknoll gym.
ILH Division II girls: Hanalani vs. University at Mid-Pacific; Island Pacific at Hawaiian Mission. Games start at 5 p.m. Christian Academy vs. Christian Academy at Hawaiian Mission; Le Jardin at Mid-Pacific. Games start at 6:30 p.m.
ILH girls I-AA: Kamehameha at Punahou, 6 p.m.
OIA East girls: McKinley at Kaiser, 5:30 p.m.; Castle at Farrington; Kahuku at Roosevelt; Moanalua at Kalani; Kaimuki at Kailua. Games start at 7 p.m.
OIA West girls: Waipahu at Waialua, 5:30 p.m.; Waianae at Leilehua; Aiea at Mililani. Games start at 7 p.m.
SOCCER
ILH boys: ‘Iolani at Kamehameha; Saint Louis at Mid-Pacific; Pac-Five at Punahou. Matches start at 4 p.m.
OIA East boys: McKinley at Kalani, 2:20 p.m.; Farrington at Kalaheo, 4 p.m.; Kaiser at Kailua, 7:15 p.m.
OIA West boys: Aiea at Campbell; Nanakuli at Waianae. Matches start at 5:30 p.m. Waialua at Mililani; Leilehua at Radford. Matches start at 7:15 p.m.
ILH girls: Kamehameha at ‘Iolani; Pac-Five vs. Punahou at Kapiolani Park; Sacred Hearts vs. Damien at Kapiolani Park. Matches start at 4 p.m.
OIA East girls: McKinley at Kalani, 4 p.m.
OIA West girls: Aiea at Campbell; Nanakuli at Waianae; Radford at Leilehua; Waialua at Mililani; Waipahu at Pearl City. Matches start at 7:15 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
BASKETBALL
High school boys: ‘Iolani Classic—games start at 9 a.m., Consolation play begins at 1:30 p.m.; Championship, 8 p.m.; games at ‘Iolani Lower Gym. Also, Tony Sellitto Hawaiian Island Basketball Challenge—Leilehua vs. Crater (Ore.), 1:30 p.m.; Pearl City vs. Kamehameha, 3 p.m.; Maryknoll II vs. Claremont (B.C.), 4:30 p.m.; Maryknoll I vs. Overlake (Wash.), 6 p.m.; games at Maryknoll gym.
ILH Division III boys: Island Pacific vs. Hawaiian Mission at Hanalani, 5 p.m.; Christian Academy vs. Assets at Hanalani, 6:30 p.m.
ILH Division I girls: Maryknoll at Punahou, 6:30 p.m.
ILH Division II girls: La Pietra at St. Andrew’s, 5 p.m.
OIA West girls: Pearl City at Aiea, 7 p.m.
SOCCER
OIA East boys: Kaimuki at Roosevelt, 5:30 p.m.; Kahuku at Castle, 7:15 p.m.
OIA East girls: Farrington at Kalaheo, 4 p.m.; Kaimuki at Roosevelt, 7:15 p.m.; Castle at Kahuku, 7:15 p.m.; Kaiser at Kailua, 7:15 p.m.

OIA varsity girls
Nanakuli 60,
Pearl City 20
The Nanakuli trio of Alana Nuuanu (25), Kanani Diamond (13) and Kalei Cates (12) combined to score 50 points as the Golden Hawks routed the Chargers.
Vivian Barnes led Pearl City with eight points.

At Nanakuli
Pearl City (0-3)    4    9    4    3    —    20
Nanakuli (4-0)    10    13    17    20    —    60
PEARL CITY— Alana Nuuanu 25, Kalei Cates 12, Kanani Diamond 13, Cruzita Enos 2, Shayna Montez 1, Kipona Ahsui 3, Misnash Savea 4, Trisdyn Kalaau 0, April Alaimalo 0.
NANAKULI— Winniebhelle Cadiz 3, Allyson Genga 2, Vivian Barnes 8, Alyssa Oshita 2, Skyler Umbay 2, Charli Kea 1, Marley Mew-Kang 2, Joley Nakamura 0, Shanya Oliveros 0.
3-point-goals—Nanakuli 5 (Nuuanu 3, Cates, Diamond).  Pearl City (None).
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Boys
Maryknoll 79, Crater (OR) 45
Leilehua 55, Maryknoll II 30
Crater II 55, Pearl City 50
Girls
Maryknoll 54, Claremont (BC) 28
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Tournament
McKinley 60, Castle 58
Saint Louis II 52, Waialua 51
Saint Louis 68, Damien 58
ilh boys
Varsity III
Damien 50, Assets 33
Island Pacific 38, Hawaiian Mission 35
Hawaiian Mission 56, Lanakila Baptist 42
ilh junior varsity
Boys
Punahou-Blue 60, Maryknoll 51
Kamehameha-White 34, Kamehameha-Blue 32
Girls
Kamehameha-Blue 47, Mid-Pacific 28
college men
East
American U. 61, Md.-Eastern Shore 58
Bucknell 81, Mount St. Mary’s 65
Duquesne 74, Jackson St. 62
Lafayette 104, Moravian 67
St. Bonaventure 92, Army 83
Syracuse 105, E. Michigan 57
UMBC 120, The Citadel 111, 2OT
Midwest
Ball St. 61, Longwood 45
Belmont 62, Milwaukee 56
Cleveland St. 79, Lake Erie 62
DePaul 81, SE Missouri 78
E. Illinois 101, Fontbonne 49
Indiana 103, Delaware St. 56
Marquette 78, St. Francis (Pa.) 65
Missouri St. 66, Chicago St. 46
Notre Dame 77, Colgate 62
Purdue 82, W. Illinois 50
S. Dakota St. 83, Drake 75
SIU-Edwardsville 94, Green Bay 92, OT
South
Duke 65, Tennessee St. 55
Florida St. 76, Samford 68
Furman 68, Tennessee Tech 62
LSU 75, Coll. of Charleston 65
Marshall 81, WV Wesleyan 65
McNeese St. 70, Tulane 63
Mississippi 66, Bradley 49
Mississippi St. 86, Southern Miss. 44
Morehead St. 111, Cent. Arkansas 85
Mount Vernon Nazarene 77, Brescia 69
Norfolk St. 87, E. Kentucky 80
South Alabama 71, Spring Hill 50
UNC Greensboro 75, UNC Asheville 73
W. Carolina 70, High Point 65
William & Mary 112, Savannah St. 85
Wofford 75, Coastal Carolina 74
Southwest
Lamar 82, Liberty 65
Oral Roberts 63, UALR 48
Rice 100, Northwestern St. 93
SMU 72, Stanford 49
West
Colorado 75, Air Force 68
Denver 74, Ark.-Pine Bluff 52
Long Beach St. 97, Master’s 78
Loyola Marymount 69, Colorado St. 66
New Mexico St. 85, UC Irvine 79, OT
San Francisco 86, Abilene Christian 51
Seattle 89, S. Utah 75
Southern Cal 79, Cornell 67
UNLV 68, S. Illinois 61
Utah St. 76, New Orleans 66
college women’s top 25
No. 1 Connecticut 82, No. 12 Ohio State 63
No. 7 Florida State 95, Noth Florida 39
No. 11 Miami 75, Coppin State 35
Long Beach State 73, No. 21 South Florida 68
big west women
Missouri 68, UC Riverside 62
Cal State Northridge 73, Saint Mary’s 61
Southern Utah 70, UC Irvine 58
UC Santa Barbara 66, Texas A&M Corpus-Christi 60

VOLLEYBALL

AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 Poll
First-place votes in parentheses:
School    TP    Rec    PR
1. Stanford (64)    1600    27-7    9
2. Texas    1528    27-5    5
3. Minnesota    1458    29-5    1
4. Nebraska    1429    31-3    2
5. Wisconsin    1310    28-5    3
6. UCLA    1211    27-7    8
7. Washington    1158    29-5    7
8. BYU    1116    29-4    10
9. Creighton    1029    29-7    21
10. Penn State    1017     24-10    13
11. North Carolina    968    29-4    6
12. Kansas    836    273    4
13. Florida State    795    26-6    16
14. Michigan    733     24-11    17
15. Florida    663    27-4    11
16. Missouri    611    27-6    18
17.  Hawaii    592    23-6    12
18. Ohio State    514     22-13    NR
19. Michigan State    482    25-9    15
20. Arizona    357     20-15    NR
21. Oregon     339     21-10    19
22. San Diego    305    24-6    14
23. Kentucky    119    23-8    24
24. Washington State    154     22-12    25
25. Utah    72     20-12    22

Others receiving votes and listed on two or more ballots: Western Kentucky 63; Boise State 60; Kansas State 43; Purdue 35; Dayton 31; Pittsburgh 26; SMU 22; Baylor 20; UNLV 7
Dropped out: Western Kentucky 20;Dayton 23

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