Lihu`e Raptors, Westside Hornets take KYBA winsin Boys 12 & Under summer league opening

ALAHEO— The Lihu`e Raptors and the Westside Hornets blasted into the Kaua`i Youth Basketball Association’s summer league with victories over the Lihu`e Wolfpack and the Boys & Girls Club of Kapa`a in the boys’ 12 & Under inaugural games played at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

Lihu`e Raptors 42, Lihu`e Wolfpack 21

Kahua Hollinger drew comments

from the spectators about his prowess on the courts as his 12-point

contribution fired the Lihu`e Raptors’ 42-21 win over the Lihu`e Wolfpack whose

court hussle by guards Dustin Kaui and Bradley Semana was no indication of the


The Wolfpack was led by Burley Seneca’s 6 points with Clesson Lee

and Ryan Nagaoka chipping in 4 points apiece.

Score by quarters:


Raptors 13 10 13 6 42

Lihu`e Wolfpack 0 6 9 6 21


Raptors scoring: Chad Nonaka 4, Kaleo Perez 5, Kahua Hollinger 12, Carrett

Sakimae 4, Jeremy Victor 4, Alan Kalili 6, Lucky Andres 4, Kyle Kaili 1,

Mikiala CupChoy 2.

Lihu`e Wolfpack scoring: Clesson Lee 4, Burley

Seneca 6, Bradley Semana 3, Ryan Nagaoka 4, Irah Nishi 2, Jaron Sit


Westside Hornets 42, Boys & Girls Club (Kapa`a) 22


Lahip and Brendan McDaniels paced the Westside Hornets with 10- and 12-point

contributions as the Westside Hornets controlled the Boys & Girls Club

(Kapa`a) team 42-22 in the second contest of the KYBA boys 12 & Under

summer league.

Kamalu Umu was high pointer for Kapa`a with 7


Score by quarters:

Westside Hornets 12 9 13 8 42


& Girls Club 7 7 5 3 22

Westside scoring: David Shea 2,

Dustin Rita 7, Alden Lahip 10, Brendan McDaniels 12, Brysen Andaya 5, Daniel

Bumagat 6.

Boys & Girls Club scoring: Angelo Luna 2, Elijah

Duncan 4, Michael Lindsey 2, Kimo Aiu 2, Waylan Kupihea 1, Kamalu Umu 7, Kaleo

Baxter 2.


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