October 27, 2018
Updated on October 28, 2018 at 1:16 am
ʻIolani celebrates after a point against Kamehameha in the first set on Saturday. The Raiders cashed in with a 25-23, 25-21, 25-18 victory in the final of the New City Nissan/HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships at Blaisdell Arena.
ʻIolani head coach Kainoa Obrey talks to his team during a time out against Kamehameha.
ʻIolani's Elena Oglivie (9) hits over Kamehameha's Kalina Obrey (15) and Lexis Akeo (11).
Kamehameha celebrates for a point against ʻIolani in the first set.
ʻIolani's Maria Izabella Sakoda (14) hits past Kamehameha's Bryanne Soares (17).
ʻIolani's Sasha Petticord (7) hits past Kamehameha's Mālie McClure (4) and Kalina Obrey (15).
ʻIolani's Elena Oglivie (9) hits over Kamehameha's Mālie McClure (4), Kalina Obrey (15) and Bryanne Soares (17).
ʻIolani celebrates after defeating Kamehameha for the D-I state title.
Top-dog status in Division I is bouncing back and forth like a ping-pong ball, and it’s on ‘Iolani’s side now after Saturday night’s upset of Kamehameha.
ʻIolani head coach Kainoa Obrey celebrates with his team.