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Kahuku needs 2 OTs to trip Kalaheo girls


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POSTED: Sunday, December 20, 2009

Kahuku's Alysha Cummings racked up 17 points in a 59-52 double-overtime victory over host Kalaheo in an Oahu Interscholastic Association White Conference girls basketball game last night.

Kourtney Thomas led Kalaheo with 18 points, followed by Tiffany Harada with 12.

Both teams finished with 42 points at the buzzer, but an 11-point run in the second overtime edged the Red Raiders past host Kalaheo.

 

At Kalaheo gym

                                                                                                                                                                           
Kahuku (1-0)21261261159
Kalaheo (0-2)8913126452

KAHUKU—Fia Tailele-Latu 3, Kawelina Gilman 3, Alysha Cummings 17, Malia Tonga 2, Jessica Falemalu 4, Tisa Te'o 0, Rachel Tailele 8, Mata Tonga 2, Natallia Cravens 5, Joshlyn Noga 13, Uhi Naeole 0, Amanda Tonga 2.
KALAHEO—Tiffany Harada 12, Chelsea Dyer 12, Kourtney Thomas 18, Kaua Cale 4, Miranda Rojas 1, Jordy Smith 5, Gemma Mazzera 0, Kawai Almedia 0, Aysia Burnett 0.
3-point goals—Kahuku none. Kalaheo 4 (Harada, Thomas 2, Smith).
Junior varsity—Kahuku 57, Kalaheo 4

Waialua 52, Nanakuli 44
No details reported.

 

OIA RED EAST
Castle 50, Kailua 28

The Knights, armed with a stingy defense, improved to 2-0 after defeating the Surfriders.

Castle held Kailua to under 10 points in each of the first three quarters.

 

At Kailua

                                                                                                                                           
Castle (2-0)910161550
Kailua (0-2)3771128

Castle—Ava 11, Lili 10, Lilio 8, Hon 7, Abarila 5, Iona 4, Alemda 3, Lane 2
Kailua—Hanawahine 10, Damo-Agcaoila 4, Afele 4, Ramos 2, Pearson 2, Pedro 2, Suza 2, Franko 2.
3-point goals—Castle: (1) Ava. Kailua: none.

 

OIA RED WEST
Waianae 52, Aiea 37

The Seasiders picked up their first win with a balanced attack in which three players scored in double digits.

Beverly Madrid led the way for Waianae with 12 points and Maili Enos-Ramgian followed with 11 points and Brittany Perry contributed with 10 points.

The battle between winless teams was close at halftime with Aiea only trailing by six points, but the Seasiders were able to pull away late.

 

At Waianae

                                                                                                                                           
Aiea (0-2)115101137
Waianae (1-1)814131752

AIEA —Savana Albino-Cudal 13, Selest Fong 7, Mele Samisoni 5, Kaala Liopodo 4, Kaui Kuehu 4, Kori Nishi 2, Ashley Liilii 1, Tiara Fitui 1.
WAIANAE —Beverly Madrid 12, Maili Enos-Ramgian 11, Brittany Perry 10, Elisa Ramaila 8, Shaina Pogie 6, Ema Atiga 5.
3-point goals—Aiea (3)Albino-Cudal 2, Mele Samisoni. Waianaie (2) Ramaila, Enos-Ramgian.
Junior varsity—Aiea 27, Waianaie 20.

Mililani 47, Campbell 32

The Trojans jumped out to an early 13-point lead at halftime and didn't look back as they improved to 2-1 for the season.

Mililani rode the hot hand of Amber Ogata, who had 14 points.

Chantay Samanpe had 10 points for the Sabers.

At Mililani

                                                                                                                                           
Campbell (1-2)869932
Mililani (2-1)121561447

Campbell—Chantay Samanpe 10, Ikoa Kekahuna 5, Cassie Ernst 5, Ola Achiu 4, Carlye Sanbry 3, Jaysha Deligo 3, CJ Valeriano 2.
Mililani—Amber Ogata 14, Darcy Goulscy 8, Kelly Sakai 6, Kahyla Alcantra 6, Mariah Blackman 4, Sam Yki 2, Abby McCoy 2, Courney Senas 2, Amber Lee 2, Nikki Craig 1.
3-point goals—Campbell (1) Sanbry. Mililani (5) Ogata 4, Sakai 1.
Junior varsity—Mililani 39, Campbell14

Kalani 40, Moanalua 39
No details reported.

 

ILH DIVISION II

La Pietra 30, Lanakila Baptist 26

At La Pietra

Leading scorers—LB: Erika Ellis 13, Crystal Sonson 7. La Pietra: Salote Lopes-Liutolo 10, Monique Smith 8

'Iolani 44, Lutheran 31
Leading scorers—'Iol: Khaydan Gabriel 15, Aimee Taniguchi 9. LHS: Kamalei Ah New 10, Lexi Kaneshiro 8.

Word of Life 37, University High 33
No details reports.

Kamehameha 61, Le Jardin 13
Leading scorers—KS: Jessica Jelf-Albert 13.

Punahou 52, Hawaiian Mission 29
Leading scorers—Pun: Sarah Ota 13. HMA: Samantha Ramos 15.

Hanalani 30, St. Andrew's 12
Leading scorers—Han: Ashley Stamm 8. StA: Diana Cabral 8.

Sacred Hearts 56, Hawaii Baptist 48
Leading scores—SH: Reyna Munos 22, HBA: Jennifer Young 13.