On Fire, Waimea, Kapa’a High Winners in 17 & Under basketball

On Fire, Waimea High, and Kapa’a High were winners in the 3-game set

played on April 16 at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center under the auspices of the

county’s 17 & Under boys basketball league.

Regular season games

continue from tonight when Team Ekahi meets Waimea JV at 6 p.m. followed by On

Fire taking on Waimea High at 7:15. The final game of the evening will have

Kapa`a High against the Hanapepe Dream Team at 8:30 p.m.

Results are as


On Fire 64, Hanapepe Dream Team 62

Five players

contributed balanced scoring to ignite the Hanapepe Dream Team to an explosive

39-20 second half, but the effort fell short as Hanapepe dropped a 64-62 loss

to On Fire.

Robert Badua (7), Byron Vea (6), Joe Kamai (6), Adam

Henkel (6), and Efren Toylan (5) were strong for Hanapepe in that second


RJ Pillos (9) was the leader for On Fire in that half.


(16) was high point scorer in the game along with Jason Kashiwabara (11), and

Lionel Tomacder (10) for On Fire.

Toyland (12), Vea (11), Badua (7), and

Kamai (7) led Hanapepe.

Waimea High 66, Da Realest 62

Three Waimea

players scored 14 points each to lead the team to a 66-62 win over Da


Darwin Tutop (14), Austin Alquiza (14), and Winnie Arios (14)

spearheaded the Waimea offense along with Oliver Villanueva (10), and Chesley

Barba (6).

John Patch (24) had game-high scoring honors for Da

Realest, scoring 18 second-half points, Cody Dolor (15) had a trio of

3-pointers, and Shawn Kaona (8) led Da Realest.

Kapa`a High 76, Boys

& Girls Club 50

Jeffrey Giveiere’s 21 points paced Kapa`a

High’s 76-50 win over the Boys & Girls Club in the final game of the


Willy Carollo chipped in 15 points to help the win.

Garren Danner (17), Mike Peru (8), and Bobby Hammond (7) were strong for the

Boys & Girls Club.


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