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Demusis and Richardson lift Mililani past Campbell


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POSTED: Sunday, February 08, 2009

No. 8 Mililani rode 16 points from Nick Demusis and 15 from Hassan Richardson to beat No. 10 Campbell 67-60 and earn its ninth victory.

Despite shooting 25 percent in the second quarter, the Trojans came back strong in the third period.

Zachery Manuel led the Sabers with 18 points in the loss.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Mililani (9-2)2281720 67
Campbell (8-2)1914111660

MILILANI—Brandon Fujinaga 0, Bryan Villegas 2, Nick Kunz 0, Ed Ocampo 4, Reginal Griffin 9, Daniel Paglinawan 0, Nick Demusis 16, Kelei Mamahu 3, Hassan Richardson 15, Bo Keto 10, Jo Mcglamery 0, Dalaunte Stevenson 0, Reid Pangelinan 8.
CAMPBELL—Zachery Manuel 18, Kristian Manuel 13, Nicholas Daniels 6, Patrick Ward 15 , Clayton Darity 4, Sanster Pagtulingan 0, Raymond Daoang 0, Mason Mau 0, Christopher Crawford 0, Reece Wilson 4.
3-point goals—Mililani 2 (Griffin, Mamahu), Campbell 3 (Z. Manuel 2, K. Manuel).
Junior varsity—Mililani 73, Campbell 59

 

No. 7 Radford 46, Kapolei 27

Darrell Lee scored 14 points and the Rams overpowered the Hurricanes to bounce back from Thursday's loss at Mililani.

Quentin Kimura helped Radford's offensive unit by adding 13 points to the effort.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Radford (8-2)11918846
Kapolei (4-6)5812227

RADFORD—Jason Pangilinan 0, Tavita Baravilala 0, Jefferson Fiesta 1, Darrell Lee 14, Tony Reid 4, Aldvin Valdez 5, Bobby Wolshlager 0, Quentin Kimura 13, Jaenne Fontenot 4, Colvin Taylor 5, Kamu Taulelelu 0, Marcus Malepeai 0.
KAPOLEI—John Spearman 0, Spencer Faintain 0, Pomai Mero 2, Nathaniel Osada 2, Alex Makinano 0, Kainoa Pakele 0, Magic Halmos 4, Austin Gaskin 6, Jordan Ferreira 8, Jonathan Yang 0, Lorenzo Imamura 1, Chaunce Lawson 0, Luke Kaumatule 4, Cody Gouveia 0, Michael Medeiros 0, Telenoti Masi 0.
3-point goals—Radford 1 (Kimura), Kapolei none.
Junior varsity—Kapolei 30, Radford 27

 

Leilehua 59, Aiea 41

Brent Lemon scored 13 points and Xavier Ager added 11 as the Mules defeated Na Alii.

Lawrence Lagafuaina scored nine points to lead Aiea.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Leilehua (4-6)15151514 59
Aiea (2-9)125111341

LEILEHUA—Dillon Pau'u 0, Elijah Padilla 2, Marcus Breakfield 5, Brent Lemon 13, Martin Hall 7, Hoku Kama 9, Philip Legrier 8, Carlos Marshall 4, Xavier Ager 11.
AIEA—Kory Naeole 7, Dalton Alcantra 7, Api Foumai 2, Dave Supnet 2, Latupo Faumina 4, Michael Hogan 0, Braxton Fukutomi 4, Steven O'Meally 2, Miah Faatoafe 4, Lawrence Lagafuaina 9, Jasper Hunt 0.
3-point goals—Leilehua 2 (Lemon, Kama), Aiea 2 (Naeole, Alcantra).
Junior varsity—Leilehua 52, Aiea 26

 

OIA RED EAST

No. 1 Kahuku 77, Farrington 43

The Red Raiders shot 26-for-42 from the field to dismantle the Governors and remain perfect in the conference.

Jray Galeai led Kahuku with 17 points, including three 3-pointers. Four other Red Raiders scored in double figures.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Kahuku (10-0)21211916 77
Farrington (6-4)111441443

KAHUKU—Mikeli Damuni 4, Jray Galeai 17, Irwin Ah-Hoy 2, Aulola Tonga 3, Sage Kaka 10, Kohl Nauahi 11, Nehoa Akina 0, Jackson Kaka 2, Shairone Thompson 10, William Beatty 0, Kona Schwenke 5, Christian Feagai 10, Tyler Aughenbaugh 2, Michael Tyau 1.
FARRINGTON—Vaughn Tomas 3, Dale Domingo 5, Jayfrey Damo 3, Dayton Kealoha 6, James Smith 5, Michael Carter 7, J.P. Saycon 6, Ronald Williams 0, Andre Pettis 8, Lancelot Williams 0, Joshua Ibara 0, Jordan Ramos 0, Ernest Pucholong 0.
3-point goals—Kahuku 5 (Galeai 3, Kaka, S., Nauahi), Farrington 5 (Kealoha 2, Tomas, Damo, Carter).
Junior varsity—Kahuku 50, Farrington 41

 

No. 9 Kalaheo 52, Kaiser 49

The Mustangs used a 13-point first-half advantage to cover for a dismal third quarter, escaping with a win over the Cougars.

Kaiser's Landan Tamanaha lit up Kalaheo with 19 points, followed by Salele Aliifua's 14 points.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Kalaheo (7-4)1710619 52
Kaiser (1-7)311171849

KALAHEO—Dwayne Mitchell 0, Kevin Leong 0, Richard Preza Haynes 12, Zach Lovelace 0, John Bascuk 0, Christian Kepa 9, Kona Makaula 4, Shawn Hipa 6, Aaron Fernandez 6, Matt Gasparine Young 10, Carlos Craig 5, Shane Hipa 0.
KAISER—Jaymes Kawashima 0, Devin Wolfe 2, Landan Tamanaha 19, Ryan Chong 2, Keola Hunt 8, Sani Taylor 0, Quinton Wong 1, Dan Hilton 0, Bryce Masaki 0, Salele Aliifua 14, Jordan Wang 0, Ronson Hill 0, Todd Takanishi 0, Kainoa Pa 3.
3-point goals—Kalaheo 3 (Preza Haynes 2, Fernandez), Kaiser 3 (Tamanaha 3).
Junior varsity—Kaiser 47, Kalaheo 40

 

No. 5 (tie) Kaimuki 72, McKinley 59

Kaimuki's Ryan Kakitani followed up an explosive second quarter with 1 minute of play thereafter, but it was more than enough for the Bulldogs to beat the visiting Tigers.

Kakitani scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second quarter.

 

                                                                                                                                           
McKinley (0-10)10171220 59
Kaimuki (7-3)1827151272

MCKINLEY—Kaleo Ponce 0, Ricardo Siasoco 0, Moku Spencer 8, Sio Fiso 0, Lesley Machiguchi 4, Millard Semitara 13, Jordan Macalma 7, Jason Sabado 0, Tana Woodard 11, Rio Kwon 2, Pryson Wallace 4, Wai Kalama 10.
KAIMUKI—Tevin Nishiyama 4, Rafael Vares 2, David Taulung 8, Donavan Keaulani 4, Gabriel Stietzel 4, Jason Nutter 7, Ryan Kakitani 22, Clay Montiho 6, Elijah Morita 3, Dayton Ortiz 3, Desmond Tautofi 8, Kelly Tobin 1, Tyson Davis 0.
3-point goals—McKinley 2 (Macalma, Semitara), Kaimuki 6 (Kakitani 5, Stietzel).
Junior varsity—McKinley 39, Kaimuki 38

 

OIA WHITE

Kailua 85, Anuenue 33

Kalen Friel scored 16 points to lead the Surfriders past Na Koa.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Anuenue (0-9)751110 33
Kailua (8-1)1928211785

ANUENUE—Kekoa Sitarek 2, Kaipo Cullen 0, Aina Kelii-Supnet 6, Mahuka Cullen 2, Ikaika Gante 6, Makana Fernandez 5, Kahooipo Mossman-Ancog 7, Makamae Otani-Wengler 3, Kealoha Smith 0, Iokepa Waiwaiole 2.
KAILUA—Chevy Mikaele 4, Kalen Friel 16, Reys Nakakura 9, Kauila Miller 3, Dylan Farias 6, Kenny Ellis 5, Cory Lau 10, Luis Valenzuela 6, Ali'i Kiama 5, Isaiah Vasconcellos 6, Tesi Fisilau 5, Jordan Decorte 10.
3-point goals—Anuenue 1 (Mossman-Ancog), Kailua 6 (Nakakura 2, Lau 2, Valenzuela 2).

 

Pearl City 43, Nanakuli 21

The Chargers took control early, assisted by poor shooting from the Golden Hawks.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Nanakuli (1-7)4746 21
Pearl City (5-6)12716843

NANAKULI—Kaimana Silva 3, Calvin Laumana 3, Robinson Pahinui 0, Micah Milho 7, Benjamin Weiss 3, Nilo Paulo 5, Cassius Wood 0, Kainalu Garcia 0.
PEARL CITY—Micah Choy 9, Nick Villarmia 5, Johnson Chao 8,Tyler Yamanouchi 0, Kalei Mitchell 10, Jeremy Fermin 0, Skye Kaapuni 8, Josiah Demello 3, Kanekoa Batoon 0.
3-point goals—Nanakuli 3 (Silva, Laumana, Milho), Pearl City none.
Junior varsity—Pearl City 38, Nanakuli 32

 

Castle 43, Roosevelt 42

Michael Santos hit one of two free throws with 1.6 seconds remaining in the game to help the Knights past the Rough Riders.

 

                                                                                                                                           
Roosevelt (9-2)109121142
Castle (8-2)91461443

ROOSEVELT—Rylan Ikehara 13, Bobby Chun 0, Clint Washington 0, Matthew Moe 5, Chaz Francisco 9, Chase Yogi 0, Reid Oshiro 2, Lowen Kahooilihala 0, Kaipo Pale 11, Asten Koki 2, Kainoa Gaspar 0.
CASTLE—Michael Santos 13, Russell Ige 3, Nick Tuamoheloa 13, Dennis Darrientos 0, Isaiah Tilton 4, Adam Canne 0, Brent Roberts 0, K.J. Aipia 6, Jordan Aleki 4.
3-point goals—Roosevelt 1 (Ikehara), Castle 2 (Ige, Tilton).
Junior varsity—Roosevelt 56, Castle 46

ILH DIVISION I BOYS
Mid-Pacific 58, No. 5 Saint Louis 54
Damien 63, Maryknoll 61

ILH DIVISION II BOYS
Varsity boys
University 60, Hanalani 46
Leading scorersHan: Darin Kamealoha 14, PJ Minaya 11. UHS: Noa Chong-Viernes 18, Dylan Gomez 12.

ILH DIVISION II GIRLS
Varsity girls
UHS 57, Hanalani 42
Leading scorersUHS: Angie Yoshizu 16, Quynne Eharis 14, Ruth Tusi 11.