KALAHEO — The Comets topped the Kaumakani Supersonics 17-8 behind 4-point scoring performances from Rachel Hamamura, Jaimee Mariano, Jondi Das, and Mele Yama.
The Supersonics had all of their scoring from Lorrine Lagoc-Agrade and Britneylyn Palacio, each girl notching 4 markers in the loss.
Chasing a 4-point deficit in the second quarter, the Supersonics’ Lagoc-Agrade and Palacio combined to deadlock the contest 6-6 at the half, only to have the Comets come back with a tenacious defense that limited Kaumakani to just a field goal in the second half. The Comets capitalized on Supersonic turnovers. The Supersonics also suffered from a 0-for-7 performance at the free throw line.
In the second game, Kalia Mayer scored six points to lead the Eastside Warriors to a 20-9 win over the Westside Riders.
Alex Palacio scored all of the Riders’ nine points.
In the final game on Monday, Cody Morden scored 10 points to lead the Blackhawks to a 32-22 win over the Westside Hornets. Jondelle Aceret-Ipac and Tanisha Defabian each scored eight points for the Hornets.
In Boys 17-under action played on Saturday at the Raiderdome, Joseph Alquisalas scored a team high 28 points to lead HB to a 71-22 win over the Lihue Shadows. The Shadows were led by four Brian Vidal points.
In the second game, Waimea’s Desmond Rodrigues scored 10 points to lead his team to a 48-36 win over the Globetrotters. Kawika Hepa led the Globetrotters with 19 points.
In Men’s Open playoff action, Rob’s topped Kaua’i Freight 54-47 behind Dustin Gummerus’ 22 points. Jason Kerr scored 23 for Kaua’i Freight.
In the second playoff game, Rafael Andaya scored 15 points to lead Puhi Paint to a 60-50 win over Rob’s. Kevin Kailikini scored 14 points for Rob’s.