Kapa’a is the Nike champ

astsiders beat KFP for18-and-under girls title

KALAHEO — Jordyn Danner’s 17 points and Ihilani Yama’s 15 points paced the

Kapa’a Boys and Girls Club 18-and-under girls to the championship of the Nike

Games Championship Basketball Tournament at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center

last week.

Waiala Quisano chipped in with 11 points in the 67-50 win over

the Kaua’i Fire Protection A team.

Camy Mizukami topped the Kaua`i Fire

Protection scoring with nine points, followed by Elisa Inouye with eight, and

Cissy Dennis, Erin Garlie and Brandi Kawamura with six points apiece in the

loss.

The Kaua’i Fire Protection B team topped Waimea Blue 45-39 for the

third place trophy.

Becky Sakimae was hot for the B team with 14 points,

while Sherlyn Alcon and Lorraine Lagoc paced Waimea Blue with 12 and 10 points,

respectively.

The Waimea White squad earned the league’s sportsmanship

trophy which was awarded at the special presentation following the championship

game.

League all-stars, voted on by coaches, referees and league officials,

were also named at the presentation. MVP honors were shared by Kapa’a’s Ala

Quisano and the KFP A team’s Elisa Inouye. All-Stars include Sherlyn Alcon,

Stacy Battulayan, Belinda Butac, Jordyn Danner, Erin Garlie, Lorraine Lagoc,

Heather Roberts, Kehau Regidor, Sarah Sakimae, and Ihilani Yama.

Clyde

Vito, the league’s coordinator, said the program was made possible through a

partnership with Nike and the Boys and Girls Club. Others assisting were Brian

Inouye, Pedro Saligumba, and Les Quisano.

Results and high scorers of last

week’s other youth basketball games in various divisions follow.

BOYS

10-12

Kaumakani SuperSonics 32,

Koloa Kolohes 17

Kahi Rita 9, Aaron

Hesapene 6, Bryson Long 6. Kane Zalopany 6, Kirby Yates 4.

Pua Loke

Wildcats 30,

Island School Voyagers 4

Cody Bonilla 6, Teodore Causan 6,

Chadwin Lopez 6. Tony Newman 2.

Kekaha/Waimea 37,

Westside Hornets

36

Waalea Arquette 16, Kyle Pigao 7. Luke Tsuchiya 14, David Shea

5.

Kaumakani SuperSonics 47

Kalaheo Pistons 26

Jeremy

Manuel 13, Aaron Hesapene 10. Futi Tavana 7, Braxton Parongao 5, Cory French

5.

Pua Loke Wildcats 36,

Kalaheo Thunderbolts 17

Cody Bonilla

10, Stanley Kinimaka 6. Jordon Nakaya 7, Vaughn Meatoga 4, Seneca Burley

4.

Koloa Kolohes 66,

Island School Voyagers 16

Travis Delima

14, Kyle Kaneshiro 10. Matthew Blake 6.

Koloa Kolohes 63,

Kalaheo

17

Kirby Yates 9, Garrett Sakimae 8. Ryan Harismendy 7.

Kalaheo

Pistons 57,

Island School Voyagers 14

Futi Tavana 20, Gavin Lofstedt

14. Nicholas Seymour 4.

SuperSonics 41,

Kekaha/Waimea

24

Jeremy Manuel 19, Joshua Cabral 7. Walea Arquette8, Kellen Nakaahiki 5.

Hornets vs.

Wildcats

David Shea 10, Kevin Downing 10, Daniel

Bumagat 8. Chadwin Lopez 9, Stanley Kinimaka 9, Michael Hirahara

8.

Kapa’a King Cobras 49,

Eastside B&G Club 26

Jordan

Gomez 8, Kaylan Dolor 8, Brandon Ballesteros 8. Malu Umu 10, Michael Lindsey

7.

Lihu’e Raptors 47,

Hanama’ulu/Lihu’e Jazz 28

Kevin Cadiente

17, Kekoa Crowell 8, Lance Okasaki 8. Matthew Palaroan 10, Michael Lindsey

7.

GIRLS 10-12

Lihu’e 20,

Kaumakani SuperSonics 15

Mariko

Strickland 9, Joana Jacinto 5, Sheila Ramos 4.

Kaua’i Fire Protection

13,

Hanapepe 11

Mei Ling Keopuhiwa 6. Natasha DeFabian

7.

Kekaha/Waimea Swoosh 30,

Kaua’i Fire Protection 8

Melissa

Moreno 8, Ann Gucwa-Bucasas 8. Mei Ling Keopuhiwa 2, Cherisse Rapozo 2, Rachael

Taira 2.

Anahola Girlz 25,

Hanapepe Refu-G’s 20

Pili

Keaweamahi 15. Mallorie Hepa 6, Randi Ortiz 6.

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