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Wednesday, January 26, 2005



[ HIGH SCHOOLS ]

Mililani knocks off
No. 6 Radford in
OIA West showdown

Nick Rogers led a balanced Mililani scoring attack to upset No. 6 Radford 44-35 in an Oahu Interscholastic Association West basketball battle at the Rams' gym last night.

Rogers scored 12 points and the Trojans used a 10-5 third quarter to hand the Rams their first regular season defeat.

Mike Sooto nailed two 3-pointers and scored eight of his 11 points in the fourth quarter to try to pull Radford close, but the Trojans went 6-for-9 from the floor in the final quarter to seal the win.

At Radford H.S. gym
Mililani (4-2) 7 8 10 19 -- 44
Radford (5-1) 7 8 5 15 -- 35
MILILANI--Brian Prentice 6, Maka Kahoano 1, Stevie Veal 0, Luke Wright 2, Ryan Shular 3, Blaine Kanno 4, Charles Ritchie 4, Scott Neumann 7, Jon Santos 2, Nick Rogers 12, Ken Moses 3.
RADFORD--Mike Sooto 11, Justin Quinones 2, Garett Canteen 1, Will Kerins 0, Juan Lewis 7, Mike Davis 6, Gary Satterwhite 8, Joe Brundidge 0, Jeremy Hayes 0.
3-point goals -- Mililani 1 (Neumann), Radford 4 (Sooto 3, Lewis).
Junior varsity -- Radford 52, Mililani 35



Kapolei 52, Leilehua 50: Ryan Dela Cruz hit a game-winner from just inside the key with two seconds left to vault the Hurricanes past the Mules and into a four-way tie for first place in the OIA West.
Pookela Ahmad scored 13 of his game-high 21 points in the second half. Clayton Laurel led the Mules with 18 points while Edward Garcia connected on three 3-pointers and added 15 points in the loss.
At Kapolei H.S. gym
Leilehua (4-2) 16 5 18 11 -- 50
Kapolei (5-1) 12 12 16 12 -- 52
LEILEHUA--Edward Garcia 15, Mene Coffin 0, Leon Drake III 0, Cordero Hall 7, Anthony Palomares 5, Antonio Periera 0, John Gory 0, Christian Mendez 3, Clayton Laurel 18, Daniel Omalza 2.
KAPOLEI-- Ryan Dela Cruz 6, Keoki Lapina 2, Jefferson Gaygay 8, Cameron Moody 4, Bradley Padayao 8, Augie Fernandez 2, Kaiea Ebanez 1, Pookela Ahmad 21, Zac Vierra 0.
3-point goals -- Leilehua 3 (Garcia 3), Kapolei 2 (Gaygay 2).
Junior varsity -- Leilehua 61, Kapolei 46


No. 7 Campbell 67, Waipahu 37: Mark Sealy led four Sabers in double figures with 14 points as Campbell moved into a share of the lead in the OIA West with the victory.
Jamar Pedro scored a game-high 16 points for the Marauders.
At Campbell H.S. gym
Waipahu (1-5) 7 14 2 14 -- 37
Campbell (5-1) 19 14 16 18 -- 67
WAIPAHU--Ryan Winfree 2, Austen Benito 11, Jamar Pedro 16, Justin Dixon 0, Rowel Rivera 0, Geoffrey Tedious 0, Lester Orsino 4, Ricky Noble 2, Mason Namu 0, Melvin Visitacion 0, Ed Mercado 0, Matthew Namu 2, Malosi Saolotoga 0, Joe Bryan DeGuzman 0.
CAMPBELL--Daniel Phillips 10, Ikaika Shelton 11, James Bannister 2, Tristan Bailey 12, Robert Morris 4, Ryan Hayes 9, Terrance Tafai 2, Shaye Asoau 0, Mark Sealy 14, Tristan Sealy 3, Jamar Pacupac 0, Michael McDonald 0, Andreas Sheilds 0.
3-point goals -- Waipahu 5 (Pedro 4, Benito), Campbell 3 (Hayes 2, Shelton).
Junior varsity -- Campbell 58, Waipahu 28


Waianae 51, Aiea 49: Junior Faliuga scored 11 of his 15 points in the first half while teammate Leroy Lee-Kiaaina had 10 of his 13 in the second half as the Seariders held off a late Na Alii charge to win by two.
Nicholas Helsham had a game-high 17 points as Aiea held the OIA's leading scorer, Xiro Naovalath, to a season-low seven points.
At Waianae H.S. gym
Aiea (1-6) 7 12 17 13 -- 49
Waianae (3-4) 12 20 6 13 -- 51
AIEA--James Hadley 12, Nicholas Helsham 17, Kali Kuia 8, Thomas Leary 2, Lofa Liilii 2, James Miller 6, Errol Rebbola 0, Renny Remigio 2, Darryl Talaro 0.
WAIANAE--Dewey Davis 0, Albert Galano 3, Xiro Naovalath 7, Junior Faliuga 15, Alfred Coffin 0, Charlton Taitin 5, Gary Kuakini 2, Nathaniel Kahala 0, Anthony Duangmala 0, Mana Kea 0, Liko Manuel 6, Leroy Lee-Kiaaina 13.
3-point goals -- Aiea 0, Waianae 3 (Lee-Kiaaina, Naovalath, Taitin).
Junior varsity -- Aiea 47, Waianae 45


Nanakuli 51, Waialua 27: Nanakuli's Kalai Kahelekai was the only player in double figures with 11 points as the Golden Hawks earned their first OIA win of the season.
At Nanakuli H.S. gym
Waialua (0-6) 7 3 6 11 -- 27
Nanakuli (1-5) 12 11 6 22 -- 51
WAIALUA--Ikaika Hina 7, Bernard Menor 5, Rolan Lawi-An 0, Robert Kroeger 3, Brandon Repollo 0, Sherwin Lawi-An 4, Mark Langaman 4, Edwin Rubio 4.
NANAKULI--Kalai Kahelekai 11, Alex Distajo 7, Anson Amaral 3, David Balicao 9, Travis Hulama 6, Newton Palakiko 3, Ben Asi 6, Levi Luvasa 6, Alika Enos 0, Jaycee Alapai 0.
3-point goals -- Waialua 2 (Kroeger, Rubio), Nanakuli 2 (Kahelekai, Amaral).
Junior varsity -- Waialua def. Nanakuli, forfeit


OIA East

No. 10 Kalaheo 69, McKinley 44: David Moore scored 12 points and Tyler Caswell added 11 as the Mustangs raced out to a 61-23 lead after three quarters and cruised to victory.
The Tigers nearly doubled their point total in the fourth quarter, scoring 21 of their 44 points in the final eight minutes.
At McKinley H.S. gym
Kalaheo (8-0) 16 23 22 8 -- 69
McKinley (0-8) 4 13 6 21 -- 44
KALAHEO--Elias David 6, Chris Tumaneng 2, Jason Tanaka 4, Mana Guerreiro 2, Kahua Hollinger 10, Tate Brown 2, Marvin Judd 7, David Moore 12, Cliffton Pires 9, Tyler Caswell 11, Isaac Higa 0, Jeff Whitworth 2, Chase Moses 2.
MCKINLEY--Kapena Quisano 5, Dat Vo 7, D'mitri Gee 2, Eastwood Campania 5, Nainoa Lessary 2, Devin Santos 2, David Hsu 2, Christopher Quiocho 8, Oliver Diguc 4, Daniel Liliu 2, Raphael Ieru 0, Joshua Liliu 5.
3-point goals -- Kalaheo 3 (Hollinger 2, Judd), McKinley 4 (Quiocho 2, Campania, Quisano).
Junior varsity -- McKinley 49, Kalaheo 43


ILH

Junior varsity
Division I
Punahou-Blue 59, Damien 53
Iolani 56, Maryknoll 37


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