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Fernandez, Kalaheo escape late Campbell run for OIA boys playoff victory


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POSTED: Friday, February 20, 2009

Eighth-ranked Kalaheo, cushioned by a 41-26 first-half lead, escaped a late run by No. 10 Campbell to advance in the Oahu Interscholastic Association Red Conference playoffs at Kahuku High School last night.

Aaron Fernandez led Kalaheo with 24 points, followed by Richard Preza Haynes' 17 points and Matt Gasparine-Young's 16 points.

The Manuel brothers could not do it alone for Campbell despite scoring a combined 51 points, hitting all of the team's six 3-pointers.

 


                                                                                                                                                           
Kalaheo (9-4) 2714181372
Campbell(10-3) 1610192065

KALAHEO—Steve Joseph 0, Dwayne Mitchell 0, Kevin Leong 0, Richard Preza Haynes 17, Christian Kepa 13, Kona Makaula 0, Shawn Hipa 0, Aaron Fernandez 24, Matt Gasparine-Young 16, Carlos Craig 2.

CAMPBELL—Zachery Manuel 26, Kristian Manuel 25, Nicholas Daniels 8, Patrick Ward , Clayton Darity 4, Raymond Daoang 0, Christopher Crawford 0, Allan Otanes 0, Fouina Haskins 0, Reece Wilson 2.

3-point goals—Kalaheo 4 (Fernandez 3, Preza Haynes), Campbell 6 (Manuel, Z. 4, Manuel, C. 2).

Mililani 60,
Farrington 48,
The Trojans used a third-quarter surge to outplay the Governors and advance in the OIA Red championships.

Reginal Griffin scored a team-high 16 points for Mililani.

Farrington's J.P. Saycon was the game's leading scorer with 17 points.

                                                                                                                                                           
Farrington (6-6) 101871348
Mililani(11-2) 1714171260

FARRINGTON—Vaughn Tomas 0, Dale Domingo 0, Jayfrey Damo 0, James Smith 13, Michael Carter 10, J.P. Saycon 17, Ronald Williams 6, Andre Pettis 2, Lancelot Williams 0, J. Ramos 0.

MILILANI—Brandon Fujinaga 0, Bryan Villegas 1, Makena Kahaono 0, Nick Kunz 0, Ed Ocampo 3, Andrew Longboy 0, Reginal Griffin 16, Daniel Paglinawan 3, Nick Demusis 20, Kelei Mamahu 2, Hassan Richardson 6, Bo Keto 0, Jo Mcglamery 2, Dalaunte Stevenson 0, Reid Pangelinan 7.

3-point goals—Farrington 4 (Carter 2, Saycon 2), Mililani 4 (Griffin 3, Paglinawan).

 

OIA White playoffs

No. 1 Kahuku 46, Moanalua 44
The top-seeded Red Raiders escaped Na Menehune after trailing 40-36 at the end of the third quarter.

Kahuku's Jray Galeai scored a game-high 14 points.

Joshia Kauhola scored a team-high 13 points for Moanalua.

                                                                                                                                                           
Moanalua (5-8) 81319444
Kahuku (13-0) 814141046

MOANALUA—Joshia Kauhola 13, Reece Racoma 8, Randy Starks 7, Shane Aquino 0, Marcus Monroe 12, Austin Miranda 0, Maurice Allen 4.

KAHUKU—Mikeli Damuni 0, Jray Galeai 14, Irwin Ah-Hoy 0, Aulola Tonga 6, Mua Malufau 2, Sage Kaka 0, Kohl Nauahi 2, Nehoa Akina 9, Jackson Kaka , Shairone Thompson 1, Kona Schwenke 6, Christian Feagai 6.

3-point goals—Moanalua 2 (Kauhola, Racoma), Kahuku 3 (Galeai 2, Akina).

No. 4 Kaimuki 60, Radford 58
The Bulldogs escaped the Rams late in the fourth quarter to advance in the OIA playoffs.

Kaimuki's David Taulung scored a game-high 21 points.

Derrell Lee led Radford with 20 points.

                                                                                                                                                           
Radford (9-3) 13112311 58
Kaimuki (9-3) 1123131360

RADFORD—Jefferson Fiesta 0, Derrell Lee 20, Tony Reid 12, Bobby Wolshlager 0, Quentin Kimura 11, Jaenne Fontenot 9, Kamu Taulelelu, Victorino Jarett 4, Marcus Malepai 2, Eldrin Vasquez 0, Colvin Taylor 0.

KAIMUKI—David Taulung 21, Donavan Keaulani , Gabriel Stietzel 5, Jason Nutter 19, Ryan Kakitani 6, Chad Kaaihue 0, Desmond Tautofi 8, Kelly Tobin 1, John Bave 0.

3-point goals—Radford 5 (Kimura 3, Lee, Fontenot), Kaimuki 7 (Nutter 5, Kakitani, Stietzel).

Roosevelt 51, Pearl City 35
The Rough Riders put forth four solid quarters to outplay the Chargers and advance in the OIA White championships.

Roosevelt shot 19-for-26 from the free-throw line and Matthew Moe scored a team-high 10 points in the win.

Pearl City's Skye Kaapuni scored a game-high 14 points.

                                                                                                                                                           
Roosevelt (10-3) 12101217 51
Pearl City(5-7) 85101235

ROOSEVELT—Rylan Ikehara 0, Bobby Chun 3, Clint Washington 6, Matthew Moe 10, Brandon MItchell 2, Chase Yogi 0, Reid Oshiro 3, Lowen Kahooilihala 9, Kaipo Pale 8, Asten Koki 8, Kainoa Gaspar 0, Chaz Francisco 2.

PEARL CITY—Micah Choy 2, Nick Villarmia 6, Johnson Chao 8, Hayden Conception 1, Tyler Yamanouchi 0, Kalei Mitchell 0, Skye Kaapuni 14, Josiah Demello 0, Kanekoa Batoon 0, Mitchell Resurrection 4.

3-point goals—Roosevelt 2 (Chun, Oshiro), Pearl City none.