High School Beat


POSTED: Wednesday, October 15, 2008


Andrew Manley Leilehua football
He passed for 422 yards (29-for-44) with three touchdowns against Waipahu to help the Mules clinch the top seed in the OIA Red West.

  Chelbie Hanohano St. Joseph volleyball
She had 32 kills, 14 assists and nine aces in the Cardinals' win over Christian Liberty.



Air Riflery
» Kurt Achiu, Moanalua: 247 against Farrington
» Chelsie Hata, Moanalua: 267 against Farrington
» UyDi Nancy Le, Kalani: 260 against Kailua
» Peter Mathre, Kalani: 244 against Kailua

» Gabriel Ching, Damien: 244 game, 604 series against Hawaii Baptist
» Justin Fukuda, Mid-Pacific: 628 series against Punahou
» Jaron Goto, Hawaii Baptist: 613 series against Damien
» Matt Ho, Maryknoll: 604 series against Saint Louis
» Brandi Kawamoto, Kalani: 256 game, 603 series against Moanalua
» Jordan Ko, Punahou: 617 series against Mid-Pacific
» Brian Kukahiko, Castle: 245 game, 627 series against Kaiser
» Geoffrey Murakami, Punahou: 247 game against Mid-Pacific
» Dustin Seghorn, Moanalua: 620 series against Kalani


» Tialana Greenwell, Honokaa: won the Kamehameha Invitational girls event with a time of 20 minutes, 32 seconds
» Hailey Grossman, Seabury Hall: placed first in the Punahou Invitational girls event in 19:30
» Bryce Jenkins, Leilehua: won the OIA West boys championship at Waialua in 16:34
» Matthew Nakamoto, Hawaii Baptist: won the Punahou Invitational boys event in 16:41
» Nicole Painter, Mililani: won the OIA West girls championship at Waialua in 19:48
» Jake Shiraki, Honokaa: captured first at the Kamehameha Invitational boys event in 16:27

» D.J. Ah Wong, Waianae: eight tackles against Mililani
» Tahje Canyon, Moanalua: rushed for 109 yards and two touchdowns, and added two receptions for 15 yards against Kaiser
» Keoni Colson, Hawaii Prep: rushed for 112 yards against Kohala
» Austin Dawson, Damien: three receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown against Punahou
» Edieson Dumlao, Leilehua: 13 receptions for 192 yards and two touchdowns against Waipahu
» Kaipo Entendencia, Mililani: 12 tackles against Waianae
» Kainalu Garso, Baldwin: rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown against Kamehameha-Maui
» Carl Gibson, 'Iolani: 15 tackles, including 1 1/2 sacks, against Kamehameha
» Jeremy Higgins, Saint Louis: passed for four touchdowns and ran for another against Pac-Five
» Ryan Ho, Kamehameha: rushed for 154 yards against 'Iolani
» Shaydon Kehano, Castle: eight receptions for 138 yards and a touchdown, seven tackles and an interception return for another score against Kahuku
» Wade Keliikipi, Waianae: eight tackles against Mililani
» St. John Lessary III, Kahuku: rushed for 143 yards and a touchdown, and was 4-for-5 on PAT kicks against Castle
» Jake Manning, Lahainaluna: passed for 127 yards and a touchdown, and ran for 38 yards and two more scores against King Kekaulike
» Troy Matautia, Waipahu: rushed for 160 yards and two touchdowns against Leilehua.
» Rico Newman, Leilehua: seven receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown and 29 yards rushing
» Chivas Paris, Waianae: seven tackles, including a safety, against Mililani
» Cody Petro-Sakuma, 'Iolani: 14 tackles against Kamehameha
» Kona Pomroy, Keaau: passed for 117 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 82 yards and a score against Waiakea
» Lalo Respicio, Campbell: passed for 282 yards (25-for-42), four touchdowns and no interceptions against Kalaheo, and ran for another score
» Shawn Reed, Kalaheo: 12 tackles, including a sack, a forced fumble and recovery against Campbell
» Conrad Scheidt, Kamehameha: returned an interception 36 yards for the game's only touchdown against 'Iolani
» Trey Shimabukuro, Kauai: passed for 268 yards and four touchdowns against Waimea
» Cayman Shutter, Punahou: passed for four touchdownsbefore halftime against Damien
» Lio Soa, Campbell: 10 tackles, including two sacks, against Kalaheo
» Apelu Sooalo, Farrington: rushed for three touchdowns against Kaimuki
» Taz Stevenson, Mililani: five receptions for 116 yards, including a 71-yard touchdown, against Waianae
» Robby Toma, Punahou: caught five passes for 94 yards, including three touchdowns, against Damien
» Isaac Torres, Campbell: six tackles and two interceptions against Kalaheo
» Bryson Williams, Lahainaluna: rushed for 80 yards, caught a 42-yard touchdown and returned an interception 40 yards for another score against King Kekaulike


» Brandee Botelho, Christian Liberty: 17 kills and 42 digs against St. Joseph
» Kimi Duarte, St. Joseph: 30 digs against Christian Liberty
» Taase Iona, Honokaa: 19 kills against Kamehameha-Hawaii
» Kuulei Kabalis, Kamehameha-Hawaii: 12 kills against Honokaa
» Leiui Kaholokula, Kapaa: seven blocks against Kauai
» Waileia Kanealii, Kauai: 14 assists and four aces against Island School
» Anuhea Keanini, Punahou: five kills and nine assists against 'Iolani
» Kuulei Lord, St. Joseph: 24 assists against Christian Liberty
» Mailika Napoleon, Kapaa: four aces, six kills, nine assists and two digs against Kauai
» Malia Patterson, Punahou: nine assists and eight digs against 'Iolani
» Kailee Schnetzler, Christian Liberty: 16 kills and three blocks against St. Joseph
» Nicole Wung, Christian Liberty: six aces and 38 assists against St. Joseph

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Football Top 10

The Top 10 high school football teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.

Team, RecordLast gamenext gamePTS.PVS.
1. Punahou (18), 6-1beat Damienvs. 'Iolani2731
2. Saint Louis (6), 5-1beat Pac-Fivevs. Word of Life2572
3. Leilehua (3), 7-1beat Waipahudoes not play2363
4. Kahuku (2), 7-1beat Castledoes not play2004
5. Kamehameha, 5-3beat 'Iolanivs. Pac-Five1856
6. Farrington, 6-2beat Kaimukidoes not play1317
7. 'Iolani, 7-2lost to Kamehamehaat Punahou1255
8. Baldwin, 4-1beat KS-Mauivs. St. Anthony549
9. Kapolei, 5-3did not playdoes not play3510
10. Waianae, 4-4lost to Mililanidoes not play278

» Also receiving votes: Campbell 22, Mililani 22, Konawaena 9, Lahainaluna 5, Kauai 4, Waipahu 4, Castle 2, Radford 2.


Volleyball Top 10

The Top 10 high school girls volleyball teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc. Not including last night's results.

Team, RecordLast matchnext matchPTS.PVS.
1. Kamehameha (9), 14-1vs. PunahouILH playoffs1331
2. Punahou (4), 14-1beat La PietraILH playoffs1253
3. Kahuku (1), 12-0beat FarringtonOIA playoffs1084
4. 'Iolani, 14-1beat UniversityILH playoffs1052
5. Hawaii Baptist, 13-2beat Christian Acad.ILH playoffs795
6. Aiea, 12-0beat RadfordOIA playoffs696
7. Moanalua, 9-3beat McKinleyOIA playoffs457
8. Waiakea, 12-0beat Hawaii Prepvs. Konawaena449
9. Word of Life, 9-5beat HanalaniILH playoffs278
10. KS-Hawaii, 12-2beat St. Josephvs. Hawaii Prep1110

» Also receiving votes: McKinley 8, Mililani 3, Sacred Hearts 3, Farrington 2, Kamehameha-Maui 2, Maryknoll 2, Molokai 2, Hilo 1, Pearl City 1.