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TODAY

JUDO
>> HHSAA Championships: 10:30 a.m. at Stan Sheriff Center.

SOFTBALL
>> HHSAA Division I Championships: Final, Leilehua vs. Baldwin/‘Iolani winner, 7 p.m. Third place, Punahou vs. Baldwin/‘Iolani loser, 4:30 p.m. Fifth place, Roosevelt vs. Campbell, 2 p.m.
>> HHSAA Division II Championships: Final, Kohala vs. St. Francis, 6 p.m. Third place, Waialua vs. Kamehameha-Hawaii, 4:30 p.m. Fifth place, Honokaa vs. Waimea, 2:15 p.m. Consolation, Molokai vs. McKinley, noon. Games at Maui High field.

TRACK AND FIELD
>> HHSAA Championships: Finals–Field events, noon. Running events, 5:30 p.m. Meet at War Memorial Stadium on Maui.

VOLLEYBALL
>> HHSAA Boys Division I Championships: Final, ‘Iolani vs. Punahou, 7 p.m. Third place, Kalaheo vs. Moanalua, 3:30 p.m. Fifth place, Hilo vs. Mililani, 12:30 p.m. Matches at Neal Blaisdell Arena.
>> HHSAA Boys Division II Championships: Final, Kapaa vs. St. Francis, 5 p.m. Third place, University vs. Seabury Hall, 2 p.m. Fifth place, Makua Lani vs. Hawaii Prep 11 a.m. Matches at Neal Blaisdell Arena.

WATER POLO
>> HHSAA Girls Championships: Final, Kamehameha vs.  Punahou, 6 p.m. Third place, Kaiser vs.  Kamehameha-Hawaii, 4:30 p.m. Fifth place, Baldwin vs. Roosevelt 3:15 p.m. Matches at Kamehameha.

SUNDAY

No live sporting event scheduled.


VOLLEYBALL:

HHSA Division I Boys Semifinals
At Moanalua High

>> ‘Iolani def. Kalaheo 25-19, 25-7, 25-18.
>> Punahou def. Moanalua 22-25, 25-18, 25-19, 21-25, 15-5.

HHSA Division II Boys Semifinals
At Saint Francis

>> Kapaa def. University 25-20, 25-19, 25-18
>> St. Francis def. Seabury Hall 23-25, 25-20, 25-14, 26-24.


SOFTBALL

HHSAA Division I Championships
At Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium

Semifinals: Leilehua 12, Punahou 4

WP– Alyssa Abe. LP—Ashanti Martinez. Leading hitters—Pun: Maya Matsubara 2-4, run, 2 RBIs; D’Asha Saiki 2-4, RBI; Tiani Wayton 2 runs. Lei: Gianna Araki 2-4, HR; Kiana Domingo 1-1, 3 runs; Alana Jarra-Parker 1-3, 3-run HR; Lovey Kepaa 2-3, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Torie Au 3-4, run; Kawena Kahana-Travis 2-4, GS, 5 RBIs.

Consolation: Waianae 6, Kaiser 2

WP– Alohila Napalapalai. LP– Primrose Aholelei. Leading hitters–Wain: Tyra Lynn Pai 3-4, 1 RBI, 3 runs. Kais: Ivane Aholelei 1-3, 2 RBI’s, 1 run.

HHSAA Division II Championships Semifinals
At Maui High School

Kohala 6, Waialua 5

WP– Mikayala Kekoa. LP– Maura Muniz. Leading hitters–Koh: Laila Caravalho 4-4, 1 RBI, 3 runs. Wail: Haven Guerrero 1-2, 3 RBI’s, 1 run.

Saint Francis 7, Kamehameha Hawaii 1

WP– Sierrah Kupihea. LP– Brooke Baptiste. Leading hitters–STF: Aulani Garcia 3-4, 2 runs; Kaena Keliinoi 2-4, 3 RBI’s, 2 runs; Kawena Kalani 2-2, 2 RBI’s, 2 runs; Jordyn Lono 2-4, 1 RBI; Shaylann M. Grace 2-4, 1 RBI. KSH: Kaulawena Martin 2-3.

Fifth-place semifinals

Waimea 14, Radford 4 innings

WP– Nikayla Oyamottanig. LP– Kenci Faith. Leading hitters–Waim: Leiko Yamaguchi 1-1, 3 RBI’s, 2 runs; Kieren Henderson 1-3, 3 RBI’s, 2 runs. Rad: Kenci Faith 1-2, 1 RBI; Mahea Hetrick 1-3, 1 RBI.

Honokaa 4, Kapaa 0

WP– Tehani Epenesa. LP– Shanayah Marshall. Leading hitters–Hon: Ceelyn Garli-Lucero 1-3, 1 RBI, 1 run. Alexis Martinez 1-3, 1 RBI, 1 run. Kap: Shaylin River 1-2.

Consolation: Molokai 11, Nanakuli 0 4 innings

WP– Cahlvrie Horner. LP– Makena Laa-Robles. Leading hitters–Mol: Alaijah Pastrana 3-3, 4 RBI’s, 3 runs; Cami Horner 2-3, 4 RBI’s, 2 runs; Rhylee Nahale 2-3, 1 RBI. Nan: August McCoy 1-1; Keonaona Deboma 1-2.


TRACK & FIELD: HHSAA CHAMPIONSHIP

Boys Final 
At Baldwin High, Friday

Discuss–1. Kennedy Freeman, Punahou, 151-09; 2. Legend Matautia, Punahou, 151-07; 3. Kealii Mcleod, Waianae, 144-08 ; 4. Elijah Aken-Mathewson, Waianae, 143-10; 5. Koa Tom, Kaiser, 141-03; 6. Toa Moeai, Punahou, 140-08; 7. Nathaniel Balangitao, Kalani, 138-08; 8. Cody Ah Nee, Keaau, 135-01; 9. Nalu Liftee, Saint Louis, 131-07; 10. Apakasi Felemi, Lahainaluna, 131-01; 11. Kamanao Gilliland, Kamehameha, 129-04.

High jump–1. Korvin Feagins, Saint Louis, 6-07; 2. Hugh Donlon, Mid-Pacific, 6-05; 3. Trey Taba, Saint Louis, 6-03 ; 4. Samuel Mokuahi, Kapaa, 6-01; 5. Chazz Coppa, Baldwin, J6-01; 6. Kamalu Segundo, Kamehameha Maui, J6-01; 7. Ty Shishido, Roosevelt, 5-11; 8. Dean Connors, Hawaii Prep, J5-11; 9. Cameron Yahata, Castle, J5-11; 10. Aaron Hirahara, Punahou, 5-09; 10. Malique Calloway, Moanalua, 5-09; 12. J’Drien Jones, Radford, J5-09; 12. Tai Atkins, Kamehameha Hawaii, J5-09; 14. Wailoa Manuel, ‘Iolani, J5-09.

Triple jump– 1. James McGary, Leilehua, 43-06; 2. Dre Falls, Kaiser, 41-05; 3. Luke Ellis, Punahou, 41-00; 4. Ibriheem Muhammed, Kealakehe, 40-06; 5. Urban Halpern, Hilo, 40-01; 6. Zion Williams, McKinley, 40-01; 7. Trajan Satta-ellis, Kamehameha, 39-06; 8. Christian Reinhardt, Baldwin, 39-01; 9. Skyler Ramos, Kamehameha, 37-02; 10. Micah Carvalho, Kauai, 37-01.

Top Qualifiers

100m dash– 1. Roman Wilson, Saint Louis, 10.70; 2. Keola Yadao, Saint Louis, 10.72; 3. Noah Payne, Seabury Hall, 10.76.

110 meter hurdles– 1. Rey Cadiz, Baldwin, 14.19; 2. Tanner Moku, Kamehameha, 14.60; 3. Tyler Udarbe, ‘Iolani, 14.81.

200 dash– 1. Keola Yadao, Saint Louis, 21.95; 2. Vincent Terrell, Punahou, 22.19; 3. Rashod Tanner, Moanalua, 22.38.

300 meter hurdles– 1. Tanner Moku, Kamehameha, 38.07; 2. Michael Edwards, Radford, 38.64; 3. Chris Paige, Punahou, 39.22.

400 meter dash– 1. Trenton Wailehua, Saint Louis, 50.47; 2. David Rosen, Punahou, 51.21; 3. Keola Sanchez, Kamehameha, 51.45.

800 meter run– 1. Luis Garcia, Mililani, 2:00.68; 2. Jahren Simplicianno, Kealakehe, 2:02.34; 3. Nicholas Georgia, Kaiser, 2:02.34.

1500 meter run– 1. Adam Harder, Hanalani, 2:13.78; 2. Damon Wakefield, Maui, 4:15.08; 3. Hunter Shields, Maui, 4:15.17.

4×100 meter relay– 1. Saint Louis 41.54; 2. Castle, 43.42; 3. Baldwin, 43.49.

4 x400 meter relay– 1. Radford, 3:24.32; 2. Roosevelt, 3:26.40; 3. Konawaena, 3:28.58.

Girls Finals

Long jump– 1. Chenoa Frederick, Kamehameha Hawaii, 18-0275; 2. Sheree Tam, Kalani, 17-06.75; 3. Jailah Bowen, Miliani, 17-04.50; 4. Stevie Marvin, Punahou, 17-01.00; 5. Kiana Over, Kamehameha Maui, 16-09.25; 6. Keely Logan, Kamehameha Maui, 16-08.50; 7. Taylor Veneciano, ‘Iolani, 16-07.25; 8. Avrie Salinas-Gouveia, Konawaena, 16-06.25; 9. Caneel Corpuz, Hilo, 16-04.00; 10. Aiyana Fujiyama, Leilehua, 16-03.75; 11. Waileia Edwards, Kauai, 16-00.25; 12. Diami Dukes, Kapolei, 15-11.50; 13. Chadelle Gregory, Kamehameha, 15-11.00; 14. Sophia Horovitz, Seabury Hall, 15-10.25; 15. Elle Rimando, Mililani, 15-10.00.

Pole vault– 1. Tianna Powell, Baldwin, 11-09.00; 2. Alexis Asato, Baldwin, 11-03.00; 3. Tejia Tuitele, Kamehameha Maui, J11-03.00; 4. Laina Jumawan, Castle, 10-03.00; 5. Jenna Domingo, Kamehameha, J10-03.00; 5. Taryn Yogi, ‘Iolani, J10-03.00; 7. Brandi Burnett, Kamehameha, 9-09.00; 7. Malia Boksanski, Mililani, 9-09.00; 7. Grace Blanchette, Punahou, 9-09.00; 10. Erin Mukai, Baldwin, 8-09.00; 10. Jodi Hinderleider, ‘Iolani, 8-09.00; 10. Jasmine Lewis, Waiakea, 8-09.00; 10. Cienna Corpuz, Waiakea, 8-09.00; 10. Kiana Kea, Kamehameha, 8-09.00; 10. Cassidy Hollenbeck, Kaiser, 8-09.00; 10. Srey Nich Kong, Mililani, 8-09.00; 10. Stephanie Matsuda, Roosevelt, 8-09.00; 10. Taylor Umetsu, Roosevelt, 8-09.00; 10. Namele Kia, Punahou, 8-09.00; 10. Anela Kerber, Punahou, 8-09.00; 10. Madalein Miller, Castle, 8-09.00; 10. Nicole Lauro, Moanalua, 8-09.00.

Shot put– 1. Jocelyn Saribay, Waipahu, 37-11.00; 2. Zada Tagovailoa, Damien, 37-07.00; 3. Sina Uluvale, Punahou, 37-04.50; 4. Taeya Blakeney, Kaiser, 35-11.00; 5. Mahogany Russell, Radford, 34-11.50; 6. Kay-Leigh Polido, Kamehameha Hawaii, 34-02.50; 7. Julia Hufanga, Leilehua, 33-09.25; 8. Chiara Motuapuaka, Maryknoll, 33-07.75; 9. Nora Suguturaga, Punahou, 33-04.75; 10. Kiana Maghanoy, Maui, 33-03.50; 11. Kalisa Latu, Kamehameha, 32-10.50; 12. Shaddai Tapasa, Radford, 32-06.25; 13. Maselynn Semisi-Fuamoli, Farrington, 32-05.75.

Top qualifiers

100 meter dash– 1. Mackenzie Reed, Mililani, 12:43; 2. Amy Warrington, Mid Pacific, 12.46; 3. Chenoa Frederick, Kamehameha Hawaii, 12.60.

100 meter hurdles– 1. Aiyana Fujiyama, Leilehua, 15.35; 2. Grace Blanchette, Punahou, 15.64; 3. Ameera Waterford, Seabury Hall, 15.92.

200 meter dash– 1. Mackenzie Reed, Mililani, 25.86; 2. Amy Warrington, Mid Pacific, 25.97; 3. Caiya Hanks, Konawaena, 26.04.

300 meter hurdles– 1. Leilani Leopard, Campbell, 44.96; 2. Naomi Bates, Radford, 45.56; 3. Mahina Kaomea, Kamehameha, 47.04.

400 meter dash– 1. Allie Little, Punahous, 58.95; 2. Jayden DeSouza, Island School Voyagers, 59.54; 3. Mackenzie Reed, Mililani, 1:00.63.

800 meter run– 1. Chloe Gangnath, Seabury Hall, 2:22.52; 2. Maiya Fujiwara, Punahou, 2:23.94; 3. Derya Hanusz Soguk, Kaiser, 2:28.24.

1500 meter run– 1. Kaylee Volner, Seabury Hall, 5:02.60; 2. Maiya Fujiwara, Punahou, 5:11.44; 3. Chloe Gangnath, Seabury Hall, 5:02.91.

4×100 meter relay– 1. Punahou, 49.88; 2. Kauai, 50.42; 3. Konawaena, 50.70.

4×400 meter relay– 1. Seabury Hall, 4:04.95; 2. Punahou, 4:05.82; 3. Mililani, 4:11.96.

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