Kamehameha skips past Kapa’a girls

ILH team takes battle of Warriors, 2-0HONOLULU — The Kamehameha Warriors

upended the Kapa’a High School girls soccer team 2-0 in the quarterfinals of

the State Championship tournament last night at Aloha Stadium.

Top-seeded

Kamehameha (10-1-2) will move on to face Pearl City (13-2-1) in the semifinals

today at 5:30 p.m.

For Kapa’a, it’s the first loss of the season, and moves

them into a fight for fifth place. Today, the Warriors play against Hawai’i

Prep (12-1) at 1:30 p.m. in a consolation game.

A win against Hawai’i Prep

would bring Kapa’a into the fifth place game on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. against

Friday’s Moanalua (11-2-1) vs. Mililani (12-2-1) winner.

A loss against

Hawai’i Prep would end the Warriors’ state tourney run.

Chelsea Montero and

Robyn deHay scored the Kamehameha goals.

Montero’s 42-yard shot midway

through the first half got past an unsuspecting Kapa’a goalie Jasmine

Stevenson.

Three minutes into the second half, deHay charged down the right

wing and found the net with a shot to the lower left corner.

Kamehameha

outshot Kapa’a 18-8.

Stevenson made nine saves, while Kamehameha goalie

Noelani Kamelamela made three saves.

In today’s other semifinal game, Aiea

(11-4-1) plays Baldwin (13-0) at 7:30 p.m.

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