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Farrington girls win Red


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POSTED: Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Farrington girls basketball squad managed to overtake Roosevelt for the second time in three days to claim the Oahu Interscholastic Association Red championship.

The Governors closed out the game with a 23-9 fourth quarter and went 11-for-12 from the free-throw line as part of a 22-for-24 effort for the night.

Farrington will get the OIA's seed in this week's Division I state tournament. Roosevelt gets an at-large berth.

Natalie Mata scored a game-high 17 points for the Govs, followed by Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo's 15 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Roosevelt (11-6)617189-50
Farrington (18-1)10221623-71

ROOSEVELT-Charisse Tanabe 0, Kelcie Namba 2, Kathleen Nakata 2, Nicole Ramirez 9, Abcde Furuta-Harada 6, Rachel Gomes 0, Cierra Kapea 0, Mikela Thoemmes 12, Joshy Noga 9, Tasia Kamakawiwoole 10.

FARRINGTON-Janell Nance 0, Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo 15, Valerie Lesu 10, Natalie Mata 17, Lusina Otineru 6, Kirsten Liana 10, Macilee Moi 4, Sofia Folaumahina 2, Jasmine Funtanilla 2, Angie Argel 0, Lucky Crichton 0, Precious Maave 1, Aisha Gaea 4.

3-point goals-Farrington 1 (Mata), Roosevelt 4 (Ramirez 2, Furuta-Harata, Noga).

ILH Division I boys

No. 2 Kamehameha 72, Damien 35

The Warriors pounded the Monarchs, as Kamehameha leading scorers Pii Minns (23 points) and Shane Matayoshi (17) combined for more points than the entire Damien squad.

Kamehameha had the hot hand from behind the arc, hitting 13 3-pointers, one more than their total number of 2-pointers.

                                                                                                                                           
Kamehameha (11-1)15201720-72
Damien(1-10)107108-35

KAMEHAMEHA-Edmund Kamano Jr. 2, Shane Matayoshi 17, Frank Ho 0, Micah Christenson 9, Wally Calistro 0, Chaz Bajet 8, Brandon Dumlao 0, Pii Minns 23, Auwae Derego 4, Shawn Bode 0, Koa Ka'ai 5, Blake Viena 0, Damien Teramae-Kaehuaea 4.

DAMIEN-Drey Dutro-Solomua 1, Tim Smith 2, Anthony Tuitele 5, Breyson Lee 6, Kevin Aganos 0, Mark Baay 6, J.B. Ferreira 0, Tyler Tamayo 0, Nephi Tuitele 3, Lonn Iwashita 5, Marvin Berueda 0, Jeremy Torcuato 2, Jacob Cochola 5.

3-point goals-Kamehameha 13 (Matayoshi 5, Minns 4, Christenson 3, Derego), Damien 1 (Tuitele).

No. 5 Punahou 58, Mid-Pacific 32

Taylor Crabb and Kimo Makaula scored 12 points apiece to lead the Buffanblu past the visiting Owls.

                                                                                                                                           
Mid-Pacific (5-7)51089 -32
Punahou(6-5)14181115-58

MID-PACIFIC-Jonathan Taniguchi 3, Ty Konno 0, Shane Kurihara 0, CJ Woolsey 3, Cameron Roberts 1, Patrick Young 0, Sampson Won 1, Mark Fooks 2, Marcus Holyfield 15, Matthew Reyes 0, Jantzen Suan 1, Dayton Uchiyama 1, John Sherlock 5, Shaun Doboson 0, Matthew Carland 0.

PUNAHOU-Dalton Hilliard 4, Robby Toma 7, Shane Yoshiyama 2, Sean McFadden 0, Taylor Crabb 12, Henry Cassiday 3, Kimo Makaula 12, Manti Te'o 2, Malik Johnson 4, James Dowsett 0, Matt Feldman 0, Kai Gaddis 2, Casey Shibuya 0, Joshua Taylor 6, DeForest Buckner 4.

3-point goals-Mid-Pacific none, Punahou 3 (Crabb 2, Toma).

No. 7 Saint Louis 58, Maryknoll 55

The Crusaders used a well-balanced attack to escape the winless Spartans.

Three players scored in double figures for Saint Louis, led by Dean Viena's 15 points.

Tyler Terai scored a game-high 25 points for Maryknoll.

                                                                                                                                           
Saint Louis (7-4)11121817 -58
Maryknoll(0-11)1414918-55

SAINT LOUIS-Lucas Gonsalves 13, Marucs Umu 4, Joey Bryant 4, Micah McClinton 13, Dean Viena 15, Mika Wong 1, Michael Tuiloma 8, Moses Samia 0.

MARYKNOLL-Masashi Uematsu 0, Chasen St. Onge 9, Tyler Terai 25, Jordan Victorino 6, David Nosal 2, Kekia'i Cashman-Fernandez 0, Dillon Keaney 4, Jacob Mayer 4, Davis Holt 0, Trevor Ventura 5.

3-point goals-Saint Louis none, Maryknoll 7 (Terai 2, Victorino 2, St. Onge, Keaney, Ventura).

ILH Division II

Lanakila Baptist 58, AOP 31

Kamehameha 77, Island Pacific 33

University 59, Word of Life 48

Punahou 77, ASSETS 36

Hawaiian Mission 82, 'Iolani 67

Leading scorers-LB: Chase Hazelwood 24, AOP: Nicholas Seberg 9. KS: Chris Bright 14, Jacob Teixeira 12, Rylee Urasaki 12, Brent Auyong 11. UHS: Makena Rothenburg 20, Dylan Gomez 15, Noah Chong-Viernes 13. WoL: Brad Foster 12, Gabe Miller 12. Pun: Jacob Brovelli 15, Nick Kido 10. AS: George Cambra 21. HMA: Seth Katada 28, Aaron Bechard 17, Jonathan Ko 11. 'Iol: Taylor Kennedy 20, Curtis Martin 12, Jeffrey Sakamoto 10.

OIA Red boys Playoffs

No. 4 Kaimuki 39,

No. 1 Kahuku 34

Point guard David Taulung and center Desmond Tautofi combined to score 16 of the Bulldogs' 24 second-half points to upset the top-ranked and previously undefeated Red Raiders.

The Bulldogs remain undefeated in the OIA Red double-elimination tournament and advance to the championship game.

                                                                                                                                           
Kaimuki (12-3)871212 -39
Kahuku(13-1)11788-34

KAIMUKI-Tevin Nishiyama 0, Rafael Vares 0, David Taulung 8, Gabriel Stietzel 5, Jason Nutter 3, Ryan Kakitani 0, Clay Montiho 0, Elijah Morita 0, Chad Kaaihue 0, Desmond Tautofi 19, Kelly Tobin 4.

KAHUKU-Mikeli Damuni 0, Jray Galeai 11, Irwin Ah-Hoy 3, Aulola Tonga 8, Sage Kaka 0, Kohl Nauahi 0, Nehoa Akina 5, Shairone Thompson 4, Kona Schwenke 3, Christian Feagai 0.

3-point goals-Kaimuki 2 (Nutter, Stietzel), Kahuku 1 (Akina).

No. 10 Campbell 63,

No. 6 Mililani 60

The Sabers went 12-for-16 from the free-throw line to eliminate the higher-seeded Trojans from the OIA Red tournament.

Kristian Manuel led the way for Campbell with a game-high 22 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Mililani(11-4)6152118-60
Campbell (12-3)16151022 -63

MILILANI-Brandon Fujinaga 5, Bryan Villegas 0, Makena Kahaono 0, Nick Kunz 0, Ed Ocampo 7, Andrew Longboy 0, Reginal Griffin 14, Daniel Paglinawan 2, Nick Demusis 4, Makana Keleimamahu 0, Hassan Richardson 4, Bo Keto 15, Jo Mcglamery 0, Dalaunte Stevenson 0, Reid Pangelinan 9.

CAMPBELL-Zachery Manuel 15, Kristian Manuel 22, Nicholas Daniels 4, Patrick Ward 18, Clayton Darity 4, Raymond Daoang 0, Mason Mau 0, Christian Ramos 0, Christopher Crawford 0, Reece Wilson 0.

3-point goals-Campbell 6 (Manuel, Z. 2, Manuel, C. 2, Darity, Ward), Mililani 1 (Fujinaga).

No. 8 Kalaheo 67, Radford 49

The Mustangs outscored the Rams 32-15 in the second half, thumping Radford and advancing to the OIA Red quarterfinal game against Campbell.

Kalaheo's Matt Gasparine-Young scored a game-high 23 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Kalaheo (11-5)14211715 -67
Radford (10-5)1222312-49

KALAHEO- Steve Joseph 6, Dwayne Mitchell 0, Kevin Leong 0, Richard Preza Haynes 10, Zach Lovelace 2, John Bascuk 0, Christian Kepa 13, Kona Makaula 1, Shawn Hipa 0, Aaron Fernandez 12, Matt Gasparine-Young 23, Carlos Craig 0, Shane Hipa 0.

RADFORD-Jason Pangilinan 0, Tavita Baravilala 2, Jefferson Fiesta 2, Derrell Lee 11, Tony Reid 13, Aldvin Valdez 3, Bobby Wolshlager 0, Quentin Kimura 6, Jaenne Fontenot 10, Jared Victorino 0, Colvin Taylor 2, Marcus Malepeai 0.

3-point goals-Kalaheo 6 (Fernandez 3, Joseph 2, Preza Haynes), Radford 7 (Reid 2, Kimura 2, Fontenot 2, Lee).

OIA White boys Playoffs

Castle 39, Kailua 36

The Knights snuck past the Surfriders and into the OIA White Championship game.

Castle's K.J. Alipia scored a game-high 12 points.

                                                                                                                                           
Castle (12-2)981012-39
Kailua(11-2)105912-36

CASTLE-Michael Santos 11, Russell Ige 0, Nick Tuamoheloa 3, Isaiah Tilton 5, Brent Roberts 1, K.J. Aipia 12, Jordan Aleki 7.

KAILUA-Calen Friel 4, Rhys Nakakura 5, Kauila Miller 10, Dylan Farias 6, Kenny Ellis 6, Corey Lay 0, Ali'i Kaiama 5, Tesi Fisilau 0.

3-point goals-Castle 2 (Tuamoheloa, Tilton), Kailua 1 (Nakakura).

Waianae 78, Pearl City 57

The Seariders outscored the Chargers 25-9 in the second quarter en route to a 21-point victory.

                                                                                                                                           
Pearl City (5-8)1691616 -57
Waianae(8-5)17251422-78

PEARL CITY-Micah Choy 9, Nick Villarmia 0, Johnson Chao 6, Hayden Conception 12, Tyler Yamanouchi 3, Kalei Mitchell 4, Skye Kaapuni 2, Josiah Demello 8, Kanekoa Batoon 0, Mitchell Resurrection 3, Durrail Hutercherson 6, Cori Quianzon 4, Jerry Gallardo 0.

WAIANAE-Kalin Sandobal 4, Keoni Napierala-Rose 4, Christian Mendonza 21, Danny Kekoanui 13, Anthony Niederschmidt 6, Troy Faliuga 9, Guyson Amina 10, Macneil Moresca 0, B.J. Ahwong 9, Mike Foster 2, Matthew Sabir 0.

3-point goals-Pearl City 4 (Choy 3, Hutercherson), Waianae 3 (Mendonza 2, Sandobol).

Roosevelt 77, Waialua 47

No statistics were reported for the game between the Rough Riders (11-4) and Bulldogs (2-10).