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'Iolani wears out shorthanded MPI


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POSTED: Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Kainoa Scheer and Reid Saito scored 12 points each as third-ranked 'Iolani defeated Mid-Pacific 65-54 in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu boys basketball game last night at MPI's gym.

Pablo Warner added 10 points for the Raiders, who wore down the seven-man Owls squad to improve to 7-1 in league play.

Marcus Holyfield led Mid-Pacific, which fell to 3-5, with 18 points.


                                                                                                                                           
'Iolani (7-1)1614161965
Mid-Pacific (3-5)1513111554

'IOLANI—Kela Marciel 7, Andrew Skalman 4, Reid Saito 12, Jarrett Arakawa 6, Kainoa Scheer 12, Nicholas Christman 5, Josiah Sukumaran 9, Pablo Warner 10.

MID-PACIFIC—Jonathan Taniguchi 4, Shane Kurihara 7, Cameron Roberts 13, Sampson Won 8, Marcus Holyfield 18, Matthew Reyes 1, Dayton Uchiyama 3.

3-point goals—'Iolani 1 (Saito), Mid-Pacific 3 (Roberts 2, Kurihara).

  No. 2 Kamehameha 70, Maryknoll 37
Micah Christenson scored 18 points and Pii Minns added 14 as the Warriors dominated the Spartans at Mid-Pacific gym.

                                                                                                                                                           
Maryknoll (0-8)
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Kamehameha (7-1)
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MARYKNOLL—Masashi Uematsu 2, Tyler Terai 14, Craig Shoji 2, Jordan Victorino 2, David Nosal 6, Kekia'i Cashman-Fernandez 1, Dillon Keaney 1, Jacob Mayer 6, Hirokazu Sasaki 3.

KAMEHAMEHA—Edmund Kamano Jr. 4, Frank Ho 4, Micah Christenson 18, Wally Calistro 3, Chaz Bajet 2, Auwae DeRego 7, Pii Minns 14, Shawn Bode 6, Koa Ka'ai 2, Blake Viena 1, Damien Teramae-Kaehuaea 9.

3-point goals—Maryknoll none, Kamehameha 3 (Calistro, Minns, DeRego).

No. 4 Punahou 63, Damien 50
Kimo Makaula and DeForest Buckner scored 10 points each to lead the Buffanblu over the Monarchs.

                                                                                                                                           
Damien (1-6)620141050
Punahou (4-3)1522131363

DAMIEN—Tim Smith 3, Anthony Tuitele 13, Breyson Lee 4, Kevin Aganos 0, Mark Baay 0, Tyler Tamayo 6, Nephi Tuitele 0, Trent Valentine 0, Lonn Iwashita 2, Drey Dutro-Solomua 12, Marvin Berueda 0, Jeremy Torcuato 6, Sean Weisskopf 0, Jacob Cochola 4.

PUNAHOU—Dalton Hilliard 8, Robby Toma 2, Shane Yoshiyama 4, Sean McFadden 2, Taylor Crabb 6, Henry Cassiday 0, Kimo Makaula 10, Malik Johnson 8, James Dowsett 2, Matt Feldman 6, Kai Gaddis 2, Casey Shibuya 3, DeForest Buckner 10.

3-point goals—Damien 6 (Tuitele 3, Dutro-Solomua 2, Smith), Punahou 4 (Hilliard 2, Yoshiyama, Feldman).

  Division II varsity boys
University 53, Hawaiian Mission Academy 41
Hanalani 48, ASSETS 28
Word of Life 71, Le Jardin 57
Punahou 55, Kamehameha 49

Leading scorers—UH: Noah Chong-Viernes 17, Dylan Gomez 17. HMA: Seth Katada 17. Han: Darin Kamealoha 17. Ast: George Cambra 13. WOL: David Daniel 21, Brad Foster 20. LeJ: John Whitty 21. Pun: J.K. Duncan 12. Kam: Kawaipuna Makuakane 11.

  Division II varsity girls
Hawaii Baptist 49, La Pietra 29
Maryknoll 42, Hanalani 32

Leading scorers—HBA: Narissa Fujii 21, Keline Yoshimura 10. LaP: Shannon Waltz 12. Mryk: K. Canencia 13, S. Fifita 12. Han: Rachel Matalau.

 

OIA Red East Boys

No. 9 Kalaheo 48, Moanalua 43

Aaron Fernandez scored eight of his 10 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Mustangs past Na Menehune.

                                                                                                                                           
Kalaheo (5-4)97151748
Moanalua (5-4)616101143

KALAHEO—Kevin Leong 0, Richard Preza Haynes 7, Christian Kepa 17, Kona Makaula 0, Shawn Hipa 2, Aaron Fernandez 10, Matt Gasparine Young 12, Carlos Craig 0.

MOANALUA—Josiah Kauhola 3, Reece Racoma 8, Randy Starks 5, Shane Aquino 0, Alexander Braswell 0, Marcus Monroe 15, Carl Ko 2, Richard Villasenor 4, Austin Miranda 0, Maurice Allen 6.

3-point goals—Kalaheo 1 (Fernandes), Moanalua 6 (Racoma 2, Monroe 2, Kauhola, Starks).

Junior varsity—Moanalua 63, Kalaheo 59

 

OIA Red West Girls

Aiea 51, Campbell 45
Natasha Helsham scored 11 of her game-high 18 points in first quarter to lead Na Alii over the host Sabers.

                                                                                                                                                           
Aiea (9-2)
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Campbell (4-6)
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AIEA—Ashlei Liilii 0, Celeste Fong 0, Natasha Helsham 18, Natasha Fong 0, Briana Brooks 0, Crystal Tagudin 13, Rayna Strom-Okimoto 2, Maria Holtzman 0, Kaui Kuehu 5, Carol Sio 10, Emily Tausaga 3.

CAMPBELL—Ama Lui 14, Jaysha Delizo 5, Karen Tano 2, Jazmin Brown 4, Chantay Samante 0, Sammi Aki 0, Ikoa Dias-Kekahuna 0, Stormi Wright 2, Ariel Medlin 2, Randi Wright 0 , Oli Kila 16, Chelsey McDonald 0.

3-point goals—Aiea 2 (Helsham, Tagudin), Campbell 1 (Delizo).

Junior varsity—Campbell 46, Aiea 31

 

OIA White Girls

Kaiser 60, Waialua 23
Daryn Vorderbruegge scored 14 points as the Cougars swamped the Bulldogs.

                                                                                                                                           
Kaiser (7-4)1717131360
Waialua (1-9)477523

KAISER—Alaiza Del Andre 0, Hailey Durham 4, Lijah Bowerman 8, Chelsey Okuma 10, Keely Bitanga 8, Krysta Yasui 4, Kaitlyn Nakano 2, Daryn Vorderbruegge 14, Bailey Miller 9, Shelby Pa 1.

WAIALUA—Deja Lunasco 0, Christel Banis 5, Hoku Ho 4, Courtney Kilday 5, Gabby Maxwell 4, Alyssiah Hernandez 5, Savannah Ash 0, Shaurice Talaroc 0.

3-point goals—Kaiser 7 (Okuma 2, Miller 2, Bitanga, Yasui, Vorderbruegge), Waialua 3 (Maxwell, Hernandez, Banis).

Junior varsity—Kaiser 44, Waialua 11