Sunday, May 22, 2022 |
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Kilauea, Kapa’a and the Puhi Wildcats each came away with wins at the Kilauea gymnasium Monday in a three-game series of boys 14-under hoops.
High flying Kahua Hollinger put up 22 points, the most of any player on the evening, to boost Kilauea to a 57-47 win over the Kalaheo Pistons. Josh Bradbury just nipped the high mark with 21 points, but the Pistons couldn’t pull out the win.
Gregg Pagsac’s 11 points were a big reason Kapa’a beat the Westside Hornets 44-33. Chad Barba added 14 for the Hornets.
The Wildcats got a 48-35 win on 15 points from Cheston Balmen. Ikau Nishi and-Lucky Andres notched seven apiece.
In games played on Saturday in Kilauea:
The Kilauea Lakers beat the Kapa’a Warriors 30-24. Albert Aguila scored eight points for the Lakers; Elijah Duncan notched six for the Warriors.
In the second game, the Puhi Wildcats fell short of a win in their 39-36 loss to the Kalaheo Pistons. Josh Bradburry led the Pistons with 16 points; Brandon Ballesteros scored 11 for the Wildcats.
The third game, a Girls 12-under match-up, Kilauea topped the Lihue Raiders 22-13. Caroline Troutman led Kilauea #1 with 12 points; Sheana Mata and Shelcie Rapozo each notched four for the Raiders.
The Westside Hornets trounced the Lihue Lakers in the fourth game, the last of the boys 14-under match-ups of the day. Chad Barba notched 14 points for the Hornets; the Lakers’ John Penn and Garren Venzon each had seven.
Kilauea #2 defeated the Westside Hornets 29-23 in the second girls 12-under match-up. April Johnson scored 14 points for Kilauea #2; Tori Espino and Britney Yadao each scored eight for the Hornets.
And in the last game of 12-Under girls action Saturday, Waimea B & G beat Hanamaulu #2 49-6 on stellar performances from Natalie Mata and Moana Durant, who each scored 10 points. Mele Yama notched three points for Hanamaulu.
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