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Thursday, March 20, 2003


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Kahuku wins
Coach Anae’s debut


Star-Bulletin staff

Latoya Wily scored 14 points to lead Kahuku past Roosevelt 52-23 in the opening game of the Oahu Interscholastic Association season for both teams.

The Red Raiders took a big first-half lead, then Wiley scored eight of her points after halftime.

Kahuku lost to Kalaheo in the OIA title game last season.

The victory was the first for new Kahuku head coach Wendy Anae. Anae took over for Mona Ah-Hoy, who stepped down to concentrate on her duties as coach of the Red Raiders volleyball team.

At Kahuku H.S. gym
Roosevelt (0-1) 5 7 6 5 -- 23
Kahuku (1-0) 15 6 18 13 -- 52

Roosevelt -- Justina Yanuria 5, Chelsie Kadota 5, Capi Uyechi 0, Larisa Nakasone 0, Dana Kiyuna 5, Natalie Iwasahi 0, Erin Tagomori 2, Nicole Okada 3, Miya Frank 2, Tasha Aloisio 1, Monile Bell 0.
Kahuku -- Camilla Ah-Hoy 5, Chazel Fiso 3, Mona Ale 4, Lesina Funaki 2, Artevia Wiley 6, Karla Tailele 8, Aisha Ale 8, Melissa Aumua 2, Terina Oto 0, Musie Olevao 0, LaToya Wiley 14.
3-point goals -- Roosevelt 3 (Yanuria, Kadota, Kiyuna), Kahuku 2 (Ah-Hoy, Fiso).
Junior varsity -- Roosevelt 47, Kahuku 39


MOANALUA 56, KAISER 48: Patti Hardimon scored 12 of her 18 points in the first half to lead the Menehunes past the Cougars.
Kepua Lee had 10 first-half points for Moanalua, and she also finished with 18.
The Menehunes led 31-18 at halftime, but had to hold off a Cougars rally in the final quarter.

At Moanalua H.S. gym
Kaiser (0-1) 10 8 12 18-- 48
Moanalua (1-0) 14 17 12 13 -- 56

Kaiser -- Sarah Black 5, Shera Yamamoto 10, Jamie Nerona 3, Mary Ann Tualau 0, Julia Paulo 4, Sharde Pratt 9, Kelly Niiro 0, Kelsey Beck 2, Kehau Bangay 4, Kilioe Aliifua 11.
Moanalua -- Sherri Reyes 2, B. Austad 1, Ronni Keliihoomalu 4, S. Silva 2, Patti Hardimon 18, Joy Matsukawa 4, Kepua Lee 18, Marleen Leautu 7.
3-point goals -- Kaiser 1 (Nerona), Moanalua 2 (Hardimon, Lee).
Junior varsity -- Moanalua 47, Kaiser 43


FARRINGTON 44, KAIMUKI 33: Laosamoa Uli, who won a state wrestling title Saturday, scored 13 points to lead the Governors to a season-opening victory over the Bulldogs.
Dalia Solia notched 13 for Kaimuki, which was held scoreless in the second quarter.

At Kaimuki H.S. gym
Farrington (1-0) 11 5 9 19 -- 44
Kaimuki (0-1) 10 0 10 13 -- 33

Farrington -- Revelyn Cabaya 9, Ellaine Bihag 5, Joanne Fernandez 0, Sandy Tauta 2, Racquel Rivera 2, Marrissa Keohohou 0, Paepaetele Poasa 1, Tanya Alualu 2, Meleane Mateaki 10, Laosamoa Uli 13.
Kaimuki -- Flora Mesa 7, Kara Hayashida 4, Sashi Capps-Doll 3, Dalia Solia 13, Diana Malavong 0, Tyleen Tausaga 2, Amanda Leopoldo 4, Alana Burgess 0, Man Ying Ching 0.
3-point goals -- Farrington1 (Uli), Kaimuki 3 (Mesa, Capps-Doll, Solia).


KAILUA 56, KALANI 49: Loke Lastimosa and Jaushlyn Mansinon combined for 26 points as the Surfriders beat the Falcons in the OIA opener for both teams.

Kailua led 26-24 at halftime.

At Kalani H.S. gym
Kailua (1-0) 14 12 12 18 -- 56
Kalani (0-1) 15 9 10 15 -- 49

Kailua -- Jaushlyn Mansinon 11, Johnalynn Ilae 8, Loke Lastimosa 15, Pohai Hovey 0, Kamaile Hughes 9, Tiatti Satele 4, Kori Maekawa 0, Erica Kanoa 0, Kalina Kama 0, Tiffany Lee 2, Danielle Young 0.
Kalani -- Tamari Miyashiro 6, Alisa Lum 10, Liandia Bonifacio 3, Jessica Cruciana 2, Karlie Saiki 0, Lee Ann Shimabukuro 8, Jennifer Fuchise 0, Keri Hee 6, Richline Batoon 9, Kristie Saiki 0, Patti Kuniyuki 1.
3-point goals -- Kailua 1 (Mansinon), Kalani 5 (Shimabukuro 2, Bonifacio, Batoon, Lum).
Junior varsity -- Kalani 48, Kailua 46



ILH
Junior varsity girls
Iolani 29, St. Francis 23
Punahou B 42, Sacred Hearts 14



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