Prep Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, January 21, 1999

B A S K E T B A L L

Moanalua tops Waipahu,
improves to 7-0

Star-Bulletin staff

Tapa

Michael Towner scored six of his eight points in the first half to lead the Menehunes (7-0) over the Marauders (3-2).

Moanalua jumped out to a 9-4 lead after the first quarter and never trailed.

Waipahu		4	9	12	9--34
Moanalua	9	14	10	8--41
Waipahu: Christopher Duke 0, Jasper Tacazan 2, Arnold Orpilla 3, Vernon Tailele 2, Creserlie Pasion 2, Jerome Williams 11, Eugene Adduro 3, Darrell Moore 0, Clint Fludd 2, Feeuhai Solomua 9.

Moanalua: Johnathan Yanibe 0, Charles Coen 1, Michael Towner 8, Saffrey Silva 0, Brian Green 7, Bryson Kamakura 8, Clint Fivella 2, Taeger Sagadraca 0, Ki Duok Kwon 8, J. Marksen 7.

bullet Campbell 62, Leilehua 52: The Sabres (3-3) staged a fourth-quarter comeback built on free throws to beat the Mules (0-7).

Joshua Jumawan led Leilehua with a game-high 15 points, including three 3-pointers. Bryan Redor scored 14 to lead Campbell.

Campbell	12	14	11	25--62
Leilehua	13	17	10	12--52
Campbell: Leighton Tanioka 7, Michael Viloria 11, Lyndon Radona 4, David Suller 0, Wes Pacheco 10, Antone Pacheco 2, Addison Medeiros 5, Bryan Redor 14, Randy Saramosing 9, Brandon Hotse 0.

Leilehua: Bronson Dumlao 0, Corey Sykes 0, Garland Gantt 12, Charles Lewis 10, Joshua Jumawan 15, Clifton Feliciano 10, Shane Tangonan 0, Brandon Rickard 5, Jonathan Dumlao 0, Sean Arquines 0, Kuaika Thomas 0, Anthony Newsome 0, Tyrone Pearson 0, Kenny Whiteside 0.

bullet Kaimuki 57, Castle 48: At Kaimuki, Darrel Tautofi scored nine of his 19 points in the final period to help the Bulldogs (4-2) hold off the Knights (3-3).

Dayton Abevilla led Castle with 21 points.

Castle		12	7	12	17--48
Kaimuki		12	12	16	17--57
Castle: Dayton Abevilla 21, Hiram Panolce 4, Buddy Guillermo 8, Chad Hirata 0, David Shizuma 0, Kalei Robbins 0, Paul Collins 9, Malvice Sevelo 2, Keole Brinkley 4.

Kaimuki: Justin Faimealelei 0, Fred Kaluna 0, Marvin Moore 8, Darrell Tautofi 19, Chris Kamakeeaina 2, Jaime Barquis 0, William Maiava 10, Tyrome Tausaga 8, David Tautofi 5, Matt Faga 5.

bullet Kaiser 51, McKinley 36: At McKinley, the Cougars (2-4) held the Tigers (0-6) to two points in the third quarter en route to a 51-36 win. Ben Suiso led all scorers with 14 points for Kaiser.

Kaiser		4	10	16	21--51
McKinley	4	6	2	24--36
Kaiser: Kevin Seong 4, Jesse Yoshino 8, Andre Suttles 10, Leo Matsumoto 2, Souriya Thanadabout 0, Vauhn Popovich 4, Ben Suiso 14, Travis Wong 8, Jeremiah Chatham 0, Joey Liao 0, Jon Heen 1, Nate Gregerson 0.

McKinley: Matt Kealoha 0, Diomel Laforteza 12, Jovi Canoy 0, J. R. Laforteza 8, Thomas Mills 2, Kenny Mostella 3, Edward Lopez 0, Randall Isomura 0, Eugenio Doyle 11, Salesi Fifita-Atkins 0.

bullet Roosevelt 62, Kahuku 41: At Roosevelt, The Roughriders (4-2) hit 10 3-pointers and held the Red Raiders (3-3) to none in scoring a victory.

Sam Lozano hit five 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 23 points. Bristol Olomua led Kahuku with 17 points.

Kahuku		15	10	7	9--41
Roosevelt	17	12	13	20--62
Kahuku: Jacob Malufau 4, Hyrum Peters 0, Taliloa Morosco 0, Aaron Francisco 0, Alapeti Ware 5, Loma Olevao 2, Omni Casey 0, Jon Smith 1, Pupi Poelupe 2, Tavo Tupola 4, Willie Fao 0, Orlando Wong 0, Tahitoe Carlson 2, Toniu Fonoti 4, Bristol Olomua 17.

Roosevelt: Adrian Mols 5, Sein McKissen 8, Sam Lozano 23, Regan Ching 0, Maulia LaBarre 2, Chad Kapanui 4, Van Dorsey 2, Justin Kubo 0, Keola Stietzel 8, Kala Koki 2, Emerson Lewis 0, Doug Williams 8.



State tourney
moved to UH

Star-Bulletin staff

The Hawaii High School Athletic Association will break with a 23-year-old tradition and hold the boys' state basketball championship at the Stan Sheriff Center next month.

The tournament is scheduled for Feb. 16-19 on the campus of the University of Hawaii. It has been held annually at the Blaisdell Arena since 1976.

The girls' basketball tournament will be held at the Sheriff Center for the third consecutive year May 19-22. UH will also be the site of the state softball championship game Feb. 14, and the boys and girls swimming and diving championships Feb. 26-27.

The state girls and boys wrestling tournaments are scheduled for Blaisdell Arena, Feb. 26-27. The state baseball tournament will be moved from Aloha Stadium to Rainbow Stadium May 18-21.

The state soccer tournaments are scheduled for War Memorial Stadium and Maui High field. The girls' tournament is Feb. 10-13 and the boys' is Feb. 17-20.




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