October 16, 2018
Updated on October 16, 2018 at 9:25 pm
Kamehameha opposite Lexis Akeo battles ʻIolani middle blocker Sasha Petticord (7) at the net on Tuesday. No. 2-ranked Raiders played lights-out for a stunning 23-25, 14-25, 25-18, 25-21, 15-11 win at Kekuhaupio Gymnasium.
ʻIolani middle blocker Sasha Petticord (7) hits between Kamehameha outside hitter Maui Robins and middle blocker Kalina Obrey.
Kamehameha libero Paris Oliveira passes a serve.
ʻIolani outside hitter Elena Oglivie (9) hits from the behind the 10-foot line.
ʻIolani outside hitter Maria Rebecca Sakoda (6) hits past the double block of Kamehameha middle blocker Braelyn Akana and middle blocker Kalina Obrey.
ʻIolani outside hitter Ashley Sim (15) goes between Kamehameha outside hitter Devin Kahahawai and middle blocker Noelle Sua-Godinet.
Kamehameha middle blocker Braelyn Akana hits over the net.
ʻIolani libero Grace Wee (3) digs a ball.
ʻIolani outside hitter Maria Rebecca Sakoda (6) passes a ball.
ʻIolani players celebrate their win over Kamehameha in the fifth set.