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Liana leads Farrington to win


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POSTED: Sunday, December 27, 2009

Cristen Liana had 15 points and Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo and Angeline Argel added 11 each as Farrington rallied to defeat Castle 50-42 in an Oahu Interscholastic Association Red East game last night.

The host Governors (4-0) rallied to stay undefeated despite a hot start by Castle. Brittany Hawn hit two 3-pointers in the first quarter as she and Leisha Liilii each scored six points to stake the Knights to a 15-8 lead after the opening period.

Farrington leaned on its inside game to rally. Diana Prescott poured in eight of her 10 points in the third quarter and Tatupu-Leopoldo scored six points in the fourth as the Governors were able to hold off the game Knights.

 

At Farrington gym

                                                                                                                                           
Castle (3-1)157101042
Farrington (4-0)814141450

CASTLE —Brandee Sasaki 0, Kailee Awa 7, Brittany Hawn 10, Sierra Iona 2, Amber Umeda 0, Leisha Liilii 9 , Maile Barros 0 , Kaisha Dacosin 0, Joshell Lilio 9, Nicole Aberilla 5, Brittney Lane 0, B. Kaluaau 0.
FARRINGTON —Ashley Gravely 0, Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo 11, Angeline Argel 11, Diana Prescott 10, Cristen Liana 15, Aisha Gaea 3, Isaley Iuta 0, Sally Lazaro 0.
3-point goals—Castle 3 (Hawn 2, Awa). Farrington 1 (Argel ).
Junior varsity—Farrington 71, Castle 20

 

Kalani 60, Kailua 56, OT

In a closely fought game, the Falcons prevailed over the Surfriders.

Kalani's Corie Kuia scored a game-high 28 points, including both of the Falcons' 3-pointers. The teams tied at 50 in regulation, but the Falcons outscored Kailua 10-6 in overtime.

 

At Kalani gym

                                                                                                                                                           
Kailua (0-4)1316516656
Kalani (2-2)10714191060

KAILUA —Anolani Ramos 4, Toni Damo-Agcaoili 11, Malia Pearson 5, Jayna Hanawahine 8, Johnna Pedro 4, Teuila Afele 8, Mapuana Taamu 0, Taylor Souza 8, Alysha Franco 6, Tehani Umiamaka 2.
KALANI—Kelsie Maslanka 12, Corie Kuia 28, Kiera Iinuma 6, Kristi Belshe 0, Cristine Sasano 4, Kiah Fujita 3, Hikaru Kumaji 4, Alyssa Obata 3, Lauren Masaniai 0.
3-point goals—Kailua 6 (Damo-Agcaoili 2, Hanawahine 2, Souza 2). Kalani 2 (Kuia 2).
Junior varsity—Kalani 48, Kailua 40

 

OIA Red WestPearl City 54, Aiea 40

The Chargers edged Na Alii to maintain their top standing in the West.

Aiea remained close throughout, but the Chargers ran away with a 17-point fourth quarter.

Pearl City's Jordan Ahakuelo tallied a game-high 15 points.

 

At Pearl City gym

                                                                                                                                           
Aiea (0-4)15691040
Pearl City (4-0)1214111754

AIEA—Ashlei Liilii 2, Celeste Fong 6, Maccyn Samisoni 0, Kaala Leopoldo 9, Savannah Albinio-Cudal 9, Amithysse Moore 0, Mele Samisoni 2, Kaui Kuehu 8, Tiara Fetui 2, Kori Nishi 0.
PEARL CITY —AJ Silva 0, Sabrina Angle 11, Shay Alterado 0, Shanise Gabriel-Yones 1, Glacen Florita 6, Shawna Angle 2, Jordan Ahakuelo 15, Alana Kaili 6, Keshia Manning 7, Leina Vasques 6.
3-point goals—Aiea 2 (Albinio-Cudal, Leopoldo). Pearl City 4 (Ahakuelo 2, Florita, Sabrina Angle).
Junior varsity—Aiea 37, Pearl City 26

 

Mililani 57, Waianae 29

Amber Ogata scored seven of her game-high 21 points in the second quarter to lead the Trojans past the Seariders.

Mililani sank eight 3-pointers, including four by Ogata, who hit three treys after halftime.

 

At Mililani gym

                                                                                                                                           
Waianae (2-2)41041129
Mililani (4-1)417162057

WAIANAE—Alesa Ramaila 3, Emma Atiga 1, Maili Enos-Branigan 2, Lacy Manuel 3, Beverly Madrid 13, Brittany Terry 2, Shaina Pogia 5, Tiara Tagaloa 0, Emma Tanoi 0.
MILILANI —Kellie Sakai 7, Moriah Blackmon 0, Tiff Lagua 3, Sam Yuki 0, Nikki Craig 2, Amber Ogata 21, Cory Ramos 0, Abi Mckoy 4, Darcey Goulsby 6, Courtney Cenas 2, Kawehi Pilakowski 4, Amberlee Maluenda , Khyla Alcantra 2, Pomai Grube-Hose 0, Jacque Agbayani 6.
3-point goals—Waianae 2 (Ramaila, Madrid). Mililani 8 (Ogata 4, Agbayani 2, Lagua, Pilakowski).
Junior varsity—Mililani 32, Waianae 10

 

Kapolei 51, Radford 30

No details available.

 

oia whiteKalaheo 57, Kaiser 45

With each team fighting for its first conference victory, the Mustangs prevailed over the Cougars.

After trailing in the first quarter, Kalaheo bounced back with a 17-point second quarter and held onto the lead for the rest of the game.

Kaua Cale led the Mustangs with 14 points. Mele Adams scored 18 points for Kaiser.

 

At Kalaheo gym

                                                                                                                                           
Kaiser (0-3)129111345
Kalaheo (1-2)817122057

KAISER—Micaela Bitanga 11, Kristi Arellano 0, Kiani Kaahaaina 9, Kiana Nakai 0, Hailey Durham 2, Krysta Yasui 0, Mele Adams 18, Daryn Vorderbruegge 2, Shelby Pa 3, Nikki Taylor 0.
KALAHEO —Kamele Perry 8, Tiffany Harada 8, Chelsea Dyer 8, Aysia Burnett 2, Kourtni Thomas 12, Kaua Cale 14, Jordy Smith 5, Kawai Almedia 0, Cailin Kepa 0.
3-point goals—Kaiser none. Kalaheo 5 (Harada, Perry, Thomas, Cale 2).
Junior varsity—Kaiser 51, Kalaheo 6

 

Waipahu 44, Nanakuli 31

Genivee Velasco scored 17 points and Trisha Malala added 10 as the Marauders downed the Golden Hawks to improve to 2-1.

Kirstie Rosa led Nanakuli with 12 points.

 

At Nanakuli gym

                                                                                                                                           
Waipahu (2-1)91281544
Nanakuli (0-3)4851431

WAIPAHU—Trisha Malala 10, Jessica Lozano 4, Ana Batan 0, Genivee Velasco 17, Adriene Mendiola 0, Tammy Viliamau 2, Kaiulani Abasail 7, Cherece Beyer 2, Dara Aiwohi-Dupro 0, Catrina Masaniai 2.
NANAKULI —Kirstie Rosa 12, Queen Ema Sale 6, Stephanie Kalili 7, Nana Kakiva 0, Maresena Foi 6, Noel Fernandez 0, Ututau Mapu 0, Sherrise Atualevao 0, Ginger Moe 0, Juliana Ioane 0, Shashawn Kekahuno 0.
3-point goals—Waipahu 3 (Malala, Velasco, Abasail). Nanakuli 1 (Kalili).
Junior varsity—Nanakuli 41, Waipahu 35

 

Kahuku 67, Kaimuki 39

The Red Raiders romped over host Kaimuki to remain atop the conference.

Kahuku turned in a strong 23-5 first quarter with the help of Joshlyn Noga, who finished with a game-high 17 points.

 

At Kaimuki gym

                                                                                                                                           
Kahuku (3-0)2314171367
Kaimuki (2-1)5991639

KAHUKU—Fiatagata Tailele-Latu 7, Kawelinaonalani Gilman 5, Alysha Cummings 10, Jessica Salemalu 7, Temutisa Teo 0, Rachel Tailele 7, Uluakimata Tongo 8, Natallia Cravens 4, Joshlyn Noga 17, Keuhiteekea Naeole 2.
KAIMUKI —Pua Akaka 5, Cannie Aikau 11, Panya Villanueva 0, Nikki Chiten-Ii 3, Kiana Paez 3, Letishah Faasoa 5, Dejah Asoa 0, Leti Mikaele 12.
3-point goals—Kahuku 7 (Cummings 2, Salemalu 2, Tailele, Tailele-Latu, Gilman). Kaimuki 5 (Aikau 3, Akaka, Faasoa).
Junior varsity—Kahuku 55, Kaimuki 14

 

Leilehua 66, Waialua 34

Patricia Lindo scored seven of her game-high 16 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Mules over the Bulldogs.

Savannah Ash led Waialua with 14 points.

 

At Leilehua gym

                                                                                                                                           
Waialua (1-2)7910834
Leilehua (3-0)1412202066

WAIALUA—Althia Dicion 0, Savannah Ash 14, Alyssia Hernandez 8, Cristalyn Moniz 4, Khadija Karodia 2, Shaurice Talaroc 6.
LEILEHUA—Vanessa Bocobo 4, Pomai Parker 6, Patricia Lindo 16, Precious Loi-On 10, Carrissa McBride 8, Ruby Rodirguez 0, Brittani Taufui 2, Shajira Briores 2, Toe Motu 2, Tinei Tuitoelau 0, Alexis Johnson 8, Carline Wilson 4, Alondra Hooks 4.
3-point goals—Waialua none. Leilehua 5 (Lindo 4, McBride).
Junior varsity—Waialua 38, Leilehua 33

 

ILH DIVISION IPunahou 60, Maryknoll 22

Julia Brand scored 13 points and Mysha Sataraka added 11 to lead the Buffanblu over the host Spartans in the regular-season league opener for both teams.

Ashley Agcaoili led Maryknoll with 13 points.

 

At Maryknoll gym

                                                                                                                                           
Punahou (1-0)1712141760
Maryknoll (0-1)952622

PUNAHOU—Kaylin Okuma 0, Jennifer Hwang 0, Knaliyah Thompson 12, Janet Li 0, Turner Wong 3, Brittnie Lau 2, Demi Suzuki 0, Mysha Sataraka 11, Julia Brand 13, Ashley Feria 6, Jenny Ching 1, Kysa Ludvikson 0, Hailey Maeda 12.
MARYKNOLL —Ashley Agcaoili 13, Corine Gushikuma 1, Ashlee De Santos 4, Amanda Busmante 0, Athena Adora 0, Crystie Wong 0, Taylor Wong 2, Kimiko Mitchell 2.
3-point goals—Punahou 1 (Wong).

 

ILH DIVISION II

Word of Life 39, La Pietra 27

Hawaii Baptist 45, St. Andrew's 13

University 46, Christian Academy 40

Hanalani 44, St. Francis 37

Punahou 44, 'Iolani 43

Sacred Hearts 68, Hawaiian Mission 40

Leading scorersWOL: Phoibe Fetu 16, LaP: Salote Lopes-Liutolo 10. HBA: Amber Au 7, Jennifer Young 7. StA: Diana Cabral 4, Haley Dixon 4. UHS: Quynne Eharis 24, CA: Leslie Cruz 22. Han: Samantha Hyde 13. StF: Ashley Kupau 9. Pun: Daena Mau 12. Iol: Aimee Taniguchi 17. SHA: Tess O'Connor 13, Naihe Paikai 13. HMA: Caroline Kim 11.

VARSITY BOYS
ILH Division II
Punahou 75, Maryknoll 35
Island Pacific 40, Saint Louis 37
Leading scorersPun: Lokahi Matsuo 12, Chris McLaren 10; Mryk: Travis Patoc 8. IPA: Theo Duplechain 12. StL: Joe Joyce 10, Zachary Bruhl 10.

VARSITY BOYS PRESEASON
Na Menehune Holiday Classic
Moanalua 68, Kalani 42
'Iolani 74, Kaiser 40
Kaimuki 50, Maryknoll 37
Waiakea 69, Christian Academy 52
Kamehameha 63, 'Iolani II 37
St. Joseph 56, McKinley 37
Mid-Pacific 58, Baldwin 39
Marina (Calif.) 78, Punahou II 53
High scorersMoan: Marcus Keene 18, Marcus Monroe 14, Josiah Kauhola 11, Keven Amaral 10. Kaln: Angelo Berady 12. Iol: Reid Saito 12. Kais: Preston Wuich 11. Kaim: Gabriel Stetzel 16, Chester Sua 15. Mryk: Jacob Mayer 18. Waik: Jacob Morane 14, Chris Mattos 12, Isaac Janado 12, Joey Pacheco 10, Matt Libao 10. CA: Jason Ko 16, Michael Urcia 11. KS: Derby Enos 14, Shane Matayoshi 10. Iol II: Taylor Kennedy 11. StJ: Sebastian O'Hara-Fast 15, Jacob Anrady 11. McK: Royce Kwon 15, Jason Romano 14. MPI: Andrew Swanson 11, Patrick Matthews 11 Shaun Dobovan 10. Bald: Timothy Pang 9. Marina: Brendan Holmes 23, Dane Okuda 14, Dana Gomez 12. Pun II: James Portwood 9.

St. Francis Merv Lopes Hoops Classic
Kailua 53, Kapolei 33
Kahuku 49, Damien 46
Eisenhower (Calif.) 40, Farrington 27
Saint Louis 55, Kamehameha-Hawaii 52
Leilehua 46, Kamehameha 34
Kalaheo 61, Roosevelt 42
Punahou 85, Hanford (Calif.) 51
High scorersKail: Jordan Decorte 19. Kapo: Jared Milare 12. Kah: Nehoa Akina 20. Dam: Lonn Iwashita 13. Eis: Tory Minniefield 11. StL: Marcus Umu 10, Mika Wong 10. Farr: Paul Solomon 8. Lei: Xavier Adger. KS-HI: Colby Cabatu 16. KS: Kili Watson 10. Kalh: Aaron Fernandez 36. Roos: Kaipo Pale 16. Pun: Malik Johnson 15. Han: Beau Felder 11, Evan Austin 11.