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Heavy traffic stalls ZZ games

KALAHEO — Kelsey Cadiente led the Knock Out girls to a 44-24 win Thursday over the Gee’s Angels with a game high 16 points in the ZZ Youth Basketball league.

Janessa Grady’s tough inside play netted her 11 points in the win.

The games were delayed because of heavy traffic in Lihu‘e.

Lehua McCabe topped the Angels’ scoring with seven points, followed by Raquelle Matayoshi’s scrappy inside play netting five points.

Balanced scoring from Bree-Ann Cox-Abuan, Jayme Jacinto and Joanna Andres paced the Kaulupono B’s 38-19 win over the Kaulupono A in the second of four games played at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

The Kaulupono B leaders finished with eight points, and Brandi Briones netted seven.

Searra Kaohi led all Kaulupono A scorers with six points, followed by Valkeesha Lagazo and Bronte Acosta, who finished with five points and four points, respectively.

In the first of two 16 and Under Boys games, the Warriors blew out the Lihu‘e Lakers, paced by a blistering 23 points from John Beralas.

Halem Medina, Matt Lindsey and Thomas Gausepohl each scored nine points for the Warriors.

Aric Cansino finished with 16 points to lead the Lakers’ effort, and Seth Quisel and Taylor Bell threw in six and five points apiece.

Vincent Geronimo and Braxton Garma each finished with 17 points to lead Southside to a 64-56 victory over Westside in the finale.

James Sagucio finished with a game-high 19 points in a losing effort for Westside. Micah Moriwake scored seven points, and Mark Guirao and Ikaika Rowan tallied six points each.

• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or dfujimoto@kauaipubco.com.

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