Kapa`a JV squeaks past Waimea

WAIMEA—Tescily Maguire led the explosive Warrior fourth quarter with 10 points

as Kapa`a came from behind to edge Waimea 48-45 in the final two minutes of


Waimea outscored the Warriors 9-6 at the end of the first period, but

fell 10-6 in the second frame to trail by a deficit at the half.

The third

period belonged to Waimea 17-10 only to have Kapa`a ignite 22-13 in the last


With 1:58 showing, Maguire’s closer of a foul pair tied the

contest 42-42.

Waimea’s Charise Ponce tried to answer, but the shot fell

short and out of bounds giving Maguire the go-ahead on a second-chance bucket

46-42, Kapa`a.

A Sharlene Carillo pick of Waimea’s drive resulted in a

46-42 reading with 1:10 showing followed by another Maguire free throw at the

49-second mark, 47-42.

Carillo added another foul shot with 24 seconds

showing for the 48-42 Kapa`a bulge, but the Menehunes were not done as Ashlee

Vea popped a trey with 17 seconds left.

The effort fell short as the clock

ran out 48-45, Kapa`a.

Vea topped all scorers with 21 points for Waimea

while Maguire came up with 10 of her game 16 points to lead


Danielle Hill added 11 for the win.

Scoring by


Kapa`a 6 10 10 22 48

Waimea 9 6 17 13 45


scoring: Kuulei Campbell 2, Danielle Hill 11, Sharlene Carillo 5, Deidra

Sperver 2, Tania Tasic 7, Kahea Lopez 2, Kuulei Gandia 0, Tescily Maguire


Waimea scoring: Sheryl Sagisi 2, Stacy Battulayan 3, Nohi Rosa 2,

Lorraine Lagoc 6, Charise Ponce 2, Kira Kaiakapu 2, Virginia Aguilar 7, Ashlee

Vea 21.


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