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From TGI Reports
WAIMEA — The Waimea junior varsity team ran past Kapa’a Tuesday night, 52-34.
The Menehunes improved their record to 5-0 and showed again that they will be tough to beat this season.
Kapa’a dropped to 0-5, but did manage to play a better game, in spurts.
The teams were tied 8-8 after the first quarter. But Waimea applied its vaunted press in the second quarter to pull ahead 24-13 at halftime.
The teams played a relatively even second half, but after the second quarter, the Warriors were never truly in the game.
Kapa’a hosts Kaua’i Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Kapa’a (34): Bryon Domingo, 10; Kaina Kaneokua, 7; Nalu Hawelu, 6; Kendall Maglinti, 4; Jesse Noone, 3; Clesson Higashi, 2; Cale Forsen, 2
Waimea (52): Ricky Riopta, 14; Desmond Rodrigues, 12; Jay Parinas, 8; John Palacio, 6; Jessie Cabatan, 4; Mark Andres, 4; Josh Vinzant, 2; Jonathan Bustillos, 2
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