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.
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
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
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.
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