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No. 5 Raiders top No. 9 Warriors for final state berth


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POSTED: Saturday, February 21, 2009

Kylie Maeda scored 16 points and Lori Yamashita added 13 as No. 5 'Iolani edged No. 9 Kamehameha 51-47 last night to earn the Interscholastic League of Honolulu's second state berth.

'Iolani, which came back from a 24-21 halftime deficit, hit seven 3-pointers for the game.

Lindsey Wong posted 16 points for Kamehameha.

                                                                                                                                           
Kamehameha (5-8)717111247
'Iolani(8-4)813141651

KAMEHAMEHA—Alexis Furtado 10, Dalian Krampert 0, Sanoe Keliinoi 0, Tia Perreira 0, Lindsey Wong 16, Pomaikai Kalakau 6, Piikea Kalakau 5, Kellsie Crowell 0, Makana Borden 0, Kylle Roy 6, Noe Mikami 4.

'IOLANI—Tami Konishi 3, Kylie Maeda 16, Saphyre Rezentes 0, Lori Yamashita 13, Georgette Lopes-Liutolo 4, Mahina Haina 5, Lahela Usui 10.

3-point goals—Kamehameha 2 (Furtado 2), 'Iolani 7 (Maeda 2, Usui 2, Konishi, Yamshita, Lopes-Liutolo).

 

ILH Division II

Hawaii Baptist 34, Hanalani 31
Keline Yoshimura scored 14 points as the Eagles defeated the Royals to secure the fourth and final ILH bid to the HHSAA Division II girls state tournament.

Hawaii Baptist 34, Hanalani 31

Leading scorersHBA: Keline Yoshimura 14. Han: Samantha Hyde 11.

 

OIA Red playoffs

No. 1 Kahuku 62, No. 8 Kalaheo 45
Nehoa Akina scored 10 points in the fourth quarter as the top-ranked Red Raiders turned back the Mustangs.

Akina was 5-for-5 from the free-throw line and hit three shots from beyond the arc to earn his game-high 18 points.

Matt Gasparine-Young led Kalaheo with 11 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Kalaheo (10-5)8131014 45
Kahuku(13-0)1317102262

KALAHEO—Steve Joseph 0, Dwayne Mitchell 0, Kevin Leong 0, Richard Preza Haynes 5, Zach Lovelace 0, John Bascuk 0, Christian Kepa 10, Kona Makaula 5, Shawn Hipa 0, Aaron Fernandez 10, Matt Gasparine Young 11, Carlos Craig 4, Shane Hipa 0.

KAHUKU—Mikeli Damuni 0, Jray Galeai 7, Irwin Ah-Hoy 3, Aulola Tonga 6, Mua Malufau 0, Sage Kaka 7, Kohl Nauahi 0, Nehoa Akina 18, Shairone Thompson 11, Michael Tyau 0, William Beatty 0, Kona Schwenke 6, Christian Feagai 4 .

3-point goals—Kalaheo 1 (Preza Haynes), Kahuku 5 (Akina 3, Irwin, Kaka).

No. 4 Kaimuki 51, No. 6 Mililani 39
The Bulldogs shot a staggering 26 free throws in the fourth quarter, helping them defeat the host Trojans.

In the final period, Mililani could not overcome Kamiuki's dominant inside game. The Bulldogs converted 18 of 31 free-throw attempts in contrast to the Trojans going 6-for-8 from the line.

Desmond Tautofi led Kaimuki with 16 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Kaimuki (11-3)1411719 51
Mililani (11-3)101041539

KAIMUKI—Tevin Nishiyama 2, Rafael Vares 0, David Taulung 8, Gabriel Stietzel 8, Jason Nutter 4, J. Kakitani 0, Clay Montiho 0, Elijah Morita 0, Chad Kaaihue 2, Dayton Ortiz 0, Desmond Tautofi 16, Kelly Tobin 4, M. Moe 0 , Ryan Kakitani 7.

MILILANI—Brandon Fujinaga 0, Bryan Villegas 0, Makena Kahaono 1, Nick Kunz 0, Ed Ocampo 9, Andrew Longboy 0, Reginal Griffin 4, Daniel Paglinawan 10, Nick Demusis 2, Kelei Mamahu 6, Hassan Richardson 2, Bo Keto 0, Jo Mcglamery 0, Dalaunte Stevenson 0, Reid Pangelinan 5.

3-point goals—Kaimuki 3 (Nutter, R. Kakitani, Stietzel), Mililani 7 (Ocampo 3, Panglinawan 2, Mamahu 2).

Kailua 56, Roosevelt 47
The Surfriders came up with the victory over the Rough Riders despite poor free-throw shooting down the stretch.

Kailua missed 10 of 18 attempts from the line in the final period, but a big third quarter helped secure the win.

Dylan Farias led all scorers with 17 points for Kailua to go along with six steals. Kenny Ellis added 14 points and 11 rebounds. Matthew Moe led Roosevelt with 12 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Roosevelt (10-4)7101317 47
Kailua (11-1)1210181656

ROOSEVELT—Rylan Ikehara 2, Bobby Chun 0, Clint Washington 4, Matthew Moe 12, Brandon MItchell 2, Reid Oshiro 10, Lowen Kahooilihala 4, Kaipo Pale 5, Asten Koki 6, Kainoa Gaspar 0, Chad Francisco 2.

KAILUA—Calen Friel 0, Rhys Nakakura 1, Kauila Miller 6, Dylan Farias 17, Kenny Ellis 14, Corey Lau 8, Ali'i Kaiama 10.

3-point goals—Roosevelt 2 (Oshiro 2), Kailua none.

Campbell 58, Moanalua 47
Partick Ward scored 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and Zachery Manuel added 15 points as the Sabers defeated Na Menehune.

Campbell got off to a slow start and was outscored by Moanalua 20-9 in the first quarter. The Sabers back strong in the second and third quarters scoring 37 points en route to the win.

Marcus Monroe led Moanalua with 19 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Moanalua (5-9)2051012 47
Campbell (11-3)917201258

MOANALUA—Aaron Davis 0, Joshia Kauhola 3, Reece Racoma 9, Randy Starks 3, Shane Aquino 3, Alexander Braswell 0, Maurice Allen 6, Dexter Williams 2, Marcus Monroe 19, Carl Ko 0, Marcellis Turner 0, Richard Villasenor 2, Pete Elizade 0, Austin Miranda 0.

CAMPBELL—Zachery Manuel 15, Kristian Manuel 5, Nicholas Daniels 6, Patrick Ward 22, Clayton Darity 0, Sanster Pagtulingan, Allan Otanes 0, Mika Ulufale 0, Christopher Crawford 0, Christian Storment 9, Raymond Daoang 0, Mason Mau 1.

3-point goals—Moanalua 5 (Monroe 3, Kauhola, Racoma), Campbell 6 (Ward 3, Z. Manuel 2, K. Manuel).

Radford 46, Farrington 33
Derrell Lee scored 14 points and Quentin Kimura added 13 to lead the Rams past the Governors.

James Smith scored 17 points for Farrington.

                                                                                                                                           
Farrington (6-7)41289 33
Radford (10-4)64162046

FARRINGTON—Vaughn Tomas 0, Jhordan Ramos 0, Dale Domingo 6, Jayfrey Damo 0, Will Moss 0, Paul Solomon 0, James Smith 17, Michael Carter 2, J.P. Saycon 4, Ronald Williams 0, Andre Pettis 0, Lancelot Williams 4.

RADFORD—Jason Pangilinan 0, Jared Victorino 2, Tavita Baravilala 0, Jefferson Fiesta 2, Derrell Lee 14, Tony Reid 10, Aldvin Valdez 0, Bobby Wolshlager 0, Quentin Kimura 13, Jaenne Fontenot 5, Marcus Malepaeai 0 .

3-point goals—Farrington 1 (Smith), Radford 4 (Kimura 2, Lee, Fontenot).

 

OIA White playoffs

Castle 64, Waianae 44
Michael Santos scored a game-high 22 points as the Knights dominated the Seariders.

Castle's defense held Waianae to under 10 points in each of the first three quarters to seal the win.

B.J. Ahwong scored 11 points for Waianae.

                                                                                                                                           
Castle (11-2)1419238 64
Waianae (7-5)8972044

CASTLE—Michael Santos 22, Russell Ige 1, Nick Tuamoheloa 15, Dennis Darrientos 0, Isaiah Tilton 5, Adam Canne 2, Moses Alimoot 2, Brent Roberts 4, K.J. Aipia 7, Jordan Aleki 6.

WAIANAE—Kalin Sandobal 6, Keoni Napierala-Rose 0, Christian Mendonza 8, Fauniatu Loua , Danny Kekoanui 8, Anthony Niederschmidt 5, Troy Faliuga 2, Guyson Amina 4, B.J. Ahwong 11, Mike Foster 0.

3-point goals—Castle 5 (Tuamoheloa 3, Tilton Santos), Waianae 2 (Mendonza, Kekoanui).