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KAPA’A – Jordyn Danner detonated for 16 of Kapa’a’s 29 second-half points to
pace the Warriors in their conquest against the visiting Kaua’i Red Raiders,
60-37 on Tuesday night at the Bernice Hundley Gym. The Raiders worked hard to
stay close in the opening frame, but the vigorous Warrior defense held the
Kaua’i squad to just a single field goal. However, the Raiders capitalized on
the physical environment by taking 8 out of 10 free throw opportunities to
finish the quarter trailing by a point, 11-10.
The Warriors’ defense
stalled the Raiders’ offense at the halfcourt line and denied them any field
goals in the second quarter while offensively, the ladies in green piled up six
buckets and 8 free throws on 10 attempts for a 31-17 lead at the
Danner ignited for 12 of Kapa’a’s 19 third period score to pace the
offensive showing while allowing the Raiders their best showing on the night,
three field goals and four charity points on 6 attempts.
the evening with a game-high 21 points.
Ashley Farias controlled the second
period for Kapa’a by contributing 8 of her game-total 11 points. Kainani Torio
had all her 8 points in the first half and Trichael Pangan and Stephanie Cuyo
ended the night with 6 points each.
Kanoe Arinaga had four fourth quarter
points, Mytra Dileonardo graced her defensive showing with a 3-point game, and
Shayna Carvalho came off the bench to add a digit.
Waialana Quisano, Erin
Hanada, and Ingrid Nakamura all saw action on the floor for Kapa’a.
Dennis had the hot hand for the Raiders despite being held to just two
second-half field goals in the game. Dennis went 10-for-10 at the charity
stripe for a game total 14 points.
Kehaulani Regidore had four of her
game-total 6 points in the final period, and Misty Hug could only penetrate for
5 points. Elisa Inouye put on a strong defensive showing for Kaua’i, and ended
the night with a 4-point contribution.
Alisa Racelo, Sarah Sakimae, and Lee
Anne Cox each added a pair, and points by Kara Matsunaga and Erin Garle rounded
out the Raider math.
Laurie Kodani and Brandie Kawamura also saw action in
Kapa’a (2-0) hosts the Waimea (0-2) Menehunes on Friday, March
31 at the Bernice Hundley Gym with the JV game schedule to tip off at 5:30
p.m. The varsity matchup follows twenty minutes following the completion of
the JV game.
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