KALAHEO – Northshore’s Randy Vicoy nailed a critical 3-pointer at the fourth quarter buzzer to deadlock their KYBA 17 Under Boys contest 49-49 as Kaua’ians welcomed the Fourth of July weekend by turning out in force to watch four contests played at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center on Thursday night.

Kaylan Dolor racked up six of Northshore’s 12 overtime points to lead the charge yielding a 59-54 win over the Westsiders with Desmond Rodrigues contributing all of the Westside’s five OT markers.

Vicoy finished the night with a game-high 15 points with Dolor adding a dozen points in the win while Akeem Allen joined Rodrigues to lead the Westsiders, each shooter finishing with 14 points in the loss.

Lihu’e Kings’ guard Alec Reichle led the charge with 17 points as the Kings took advantage of three missing Southside Boys to take a 56-50 win despite a concerted effort in the waning minutes by Southside.

Tab Matsumoto pounded four treys in an effort to spark the Southside firepower that fizzled at the free throw line in the final minute of play as Jeivin Mararagan missed a charity pair that could have given the lead to Southside with 52 seconds showing.

Matsumoto finished the night with a game-high 20 points with Jeremy Manuel adding 13 points, 10 coming in the second quarter.

Reichle got help from Aren Racca who crashed the inside for a dozen markers with Kekoa Crowell and Kevin Cadiente each contributing nine points in the win.

Carie Inouye led the Kaua’i Fire Raiders I with 10 points in their 32-21 win over the Kaua’i Fire Raiders II in the finale.

Mei Ling Keopuhiwa finished with seven points for the Raiders II with Cherisse Rapozo and Rachael Taira each contributing six in the loss.

The Bus Drivers opened the night of games with a 41-21 handling of the Waimea women, Napua Naumu leading the charge with 14 points in the win.


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