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PacWest: Point Loma at Hawaii Pacific (DH), 4 p.m., at Hans L’Orange Park.
OIA: 9 a.m., at Ted Makalena Golf Course.
PacWest: Azusa Pacific vs. Hawaii Pacific (doubleheader), 1 p.m. at Howard A. Okita Field.
PacWest: Concordia vs. Chaminade (doubleheader), 4:30 p.m. at Central Oahu Regional Park.
OIA boys: Campbell at Kapolei, Mililani at Aiea, Waialua at Nanakuli, Waianae at Leilehua, Waipahu at Pearl City; junior varsity matches begin at 5:30 p.m., varsity matches to follow.

ILH: Saint Louis vs. Punahou, 3:30 p.m., at Goeas; Pac-Five vs. Kamehameha, 3:30 p.m., at Ala Wai; Mid-Pacific at ‘Iolani, 3:30 p.m.; Hanalani vs. St. Francis, 3:30 p.m., at Central Oahu Regional Park 2.
PacWest: Azusa Pacific vs. Chaminade (doubleheader), 4:30 p.m. at Central Oahu Regional Park.
OIA East: Castle at Kalaheo; Kailua at Farrington; Roosevelt at Moanalua. Games start at 3 p.m.
OIA West: Mililani at Waianae; Pearl City at Leilehua; Nanakuli at Kapolei. Games start at 3 p.m.
ILH Division I boys: Hawaii Baptist at Kamehameha, 6:15 p.m.; ‘Iolani at Punahou, 6:15 p.m.
ILH Division II boys: Le Jardin vs. Punahou I-AA, 5 p.m., at Saint Louis; St. Francis at Saint Louis, 6:15 p.m.
ILH Division III boys: Christian Academy vs. Hawaiian Mission, 6:15 p.m., at Damien.
OIA: Farrington at Roosevelt, Kahuku at Kaiser, Kailua at Kalaheo, McKinley at Kalani, Anuenue at Castle (varsity only), 5:30 p.m., Moanalua at Kaimuki (varsity only), 5:30 p.m.; junior varsity matches begin at 5:30 p.m, varsity matches to follow.

ILH Girls All-Stars
Division I
Offensive most valuable player—D’awncey Jones-Black, Jr, Kamehameha
Defensive most valuable player—Kelsey Wong, Soph, ‘Iolani
Coach of the year—Missy Moore, Kamehameha
Forwards—Kaitlyn Uyemoto, Soph, ‘Iolani; Leah Feato, Jr, Kamehameha; Tatum Kauka, Sr, Kamehameha; Layla Santos, Sr, Punahou
Midfielders—Sierra Wheeler, Soph, ‘Iolani; Kelsey Takahashi, Soph, ‘Iolani; Rachael Tagatauli, Sr, Kamehameha; Brende Yoshizumi, Sr, Kamehameha
Fullbacks—Taylor Arakaki, Jr, ‘Iolani; Tausani Tavale, Soph, Kamehameha; Nicole Wong, Jr, Kamehameha; Emma Gusman, Sr, Punahou
Goalkeeper—Hailey Asato, Sr, Punahou
Forwards—Marea Lee, Soph, ‘Iolani; Mia Watanabe, Soph, ‘Iolani; Sharon Cain, Sr, Kamehameha; Lauren Mukaigawa, Jr, Punahou
Midfielders—Cecilia Jenkins, Soph, ‘Iolani; Kylie Minamishin, Sr, Kamehameha; Kessinee Pi, Sr, Punahou; Kelsey Shintaku, Soph, Punahou
Fullbacks—Taylor Venenciano, Jr, ‘Iolani; Shylah Soon, Soph, ‘Iolani; Carley Park, Fr, Kamehameha; Sarah Kaupiko, Jr, Kamehameha
Goalkeeper—Kendal Stovall, Sr, Kamehameha
‘Iolani: Musuai Isaia, Alexandra Masca, Hailey Kawamura. Kamehameha: Kaulana Kanno. Mid-Pacific: Natalia Gosiaco, Lea Matsumura, Kaitlyn Matsunaga, Radhika Webster-Schultz. Pac-Five: Aniston Cabael, Kayla Kunihisa, Kalli-Ann Takafuji, Carly Venenciano. Punahou: Kirra Borrello, Layla Santos, Jamie-Lyn Shimamoto, Melia Waring, Taryn Kaneko

Division II
Co-offensive most valuable players—Sarah Wong, Sr, Le Jardin; Kekaimalie Woods, Sr, Sacred Hearts
Co-defensive most valuable players—Cheyanna Yamshiro, Jr, Le Jardin; Kiley Pazcoguin, Sr, Sacred Hearts
Co-coaches of the year—Fred Patricio, Le Jardin; Glenn Arakawa, Sacred Hearts
Forwards—Teanajae Ku’aina, Fr, Damien; Remi Riehl, Jr, Le Jardin; Alena Schenk, Soph, Sacred Hearts; Jocelyn Chen, Sr, Sacred Hearts; Meghan Matsuoka, Sr, Sacred Hearts
Midfielders—Julia Tilton, Soph, Damien; Natalie Piper, Sr, Le Jardin; Christiann Arakawa, Jr, Sacred Hearts; Eden Arthur, Jr, Sacred Hearts
Fullbacks—Mia Barrett, Sr, Le Jardin; Mahealani Baginski, Jr, Le Jardin; Jordan Confair, Sr, Sacred Hearts; Brooklyn Yano, Soph, Sacred Hearts
Goalkeeper—Alexis Schmidt, Jr, Sacred Hearts
Damien: Cecilia Fenton. Sacred Hearts: Leinani Lacio. Le Jardin: Malia Belnap.

Major League Soccer
Los Angeles FC 1, Seattle 0
Vancouver 2, Montreal 1
New York City FC 2, Sporting K.C. 0
LA Galaxy 2, Portland 1
March 10
Montreal at Columbus, 8 a.m.
Colorado at New England, 8:30 a.m.
Los Angeles at Real Salt Lake, 10:30 a.m.
Sporting Kansas City at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Vancouver at Houston, 1 p.m.
Portland at New York, 2 p.m.
Minnesota United at Orlando City, 2:30 p.m.

Campbell 3, Kapolei 2
W—Chole Sales. L—Cira Bartolotti.
Leading hitters—Camp: Chole Domingo 2-4; Dyllan Shiraishi 2-4, 2b. Kap: Ciena Kauhi 2-3.

Kaiser 7, Moanalua 6
W—Primrose Aholelei. L—Mari Kimoto.
Leading hitters—Kais: Tahani Kahawai-Robertson 2 runs; Luane Aholelei HR, 2 RBIs; Tiana Aholelei 2-4, 2 2bs, 2 runs; Tehani Aquino Keo 2b, 2 RBIs; Alyssa Kaleiohi 2-2. Moan: Aleksya Batoon 2 RBIs; Summer Kamioka 2-3, HR.

Roosevelt 11, Castle 2
W—Jaeda Cabunoc. L—Ashaiya Lopes.
Leading hitters—Roos: Kylie Kawamura 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Mari Foster 2-3, 3b, HR, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Mika Emoto 2 RBIs; Kanilehua Pitoy 2-4, 3b; Angel-Leigh Ching 2 runs. Cast: Shayla Young 2-3.

Mililani 12, Nanakuli 2 (5 inn.)

Kamehameha 5, Pac-Five 1

At Hans L’Orange Park
Game 1
Hawaii Pacific 4, Point Loma 2
W—Tyler Van Stone. L—Robert Ortiz III.
S—Joshua Savea.
Leading hitters—PL: Colby Kaneshiro 2-3; Travis Takata HR. HPU: Tanner
Tokunaga 2 runs; Kreston Woods 2-3;
Jordan Mopas 2b; Christian Kapeliela 3b.
Game 2
Hawaii Pacific 5, Point Loma 3 (11 inn.)
W—Joshua Muneno. L—Tommy Paul.
Leading hitters—PL: Micah Pries 3-6, 2b; Darian Sylvester 2 RBIs; Wyatt Champlin 2-6. HPU: Jordan Mopas grand slam; Matthew Tsutomi 2 runs; Christian Kapeliela 2b.
Notes: The Sharks’ Jordan Mopas hit a walk-off grand slam in the 11th inning. HPU is 9-5, 3-3 PacWest; Point Loma is 7-8, 3-3.

At Francis Wong Stadium
Game 1
Biola 2, Hawaii Hilo 1
W—Michal Beyer. L—Dylan Spain. S—Daniel Jang.
Leading hitters—Biola: Joey Magro 2-4; Ryan Gallegos HR, 2 RBIs; Jacob Portaro 2b. Hilo: RJ Romo 2-3; Kyle Yamada 2b.
Game 2
Biola 9, Hawaii Hilo 5
W—Josh Ludeman. L—Travis Burleson.
Leading hitters—Biola: Colton Worthington 2-3, 2 RBIs; Ryan Gallegos 2-4, 2 runs; Jacob Portaro 3-4, HR, 5 RBIs; Brandon Cody 2b. Hilo: RJ Romo 3-4, 2 RBIs.
Notes: Hawaii Hilo is 5-7, 1-3 PacWest;
Biola is 12-4, 6-2.

Kamehameha 5, Maryknoll 4 (8 inn.)
W—Dante Park. L—Payton Grant.
Leading hitters—KS: Li‘i Pontes 2 RBIs;

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