Lady Warriors fall 58-36 to Punahou

HONOLULU—The Kapa`a Lady Warriors dropped their opener at the HHSAA Girls

State Basketball championships played Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. at the

Stan Sheriff Center on the campus of the University of Hawai`i at


Jordyn Danner paced the Warriors with 15 points, but the effort fell

short as Punahou soared past Kapa`a 58-36 behind the scoring of Milia

Macfarlane’s 21 points.

The loss pits the Lady Warriors against Seabury

Hall on Thursday with tipoff scheduled for 5 p.m.

Other opening day results

had Honoka`a’s Erika Tadio’s 16 points leading the Dragons to a 60-35 win over

the Leilehua Mules (Sequoya Stokes 11 points), and Maui’s Rosalina Masler’s 25

points led 67-47 win over Kahuku (Teisa Fotu 16 points).


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