KAPA‘A — Donovan Harrison of the Gee Unit came up with a game-high 17 points to lead the Unit to a 43-19 win in the second of three games played Monday night at the Bernice Hundley Gym.
Harrison unleashed 8 points in the third quarter en route to netting 10 of his total 17 points in the second quarter.
Dane Bautista netted 10 of his game-total 14 points in the first half for the Unit who opened the Boys 13 and Under games in the 3 G’s Nation competitive basketball program.
Earlier in the evening, the Gee’s Angels soared to a 43-19 showing over the Knockout Girls in the Girls 13 and Under program. The final contest saw Team Central control Westside, 76-16.
Playing under the enthusiastic cheering from the victorious Angels, Hanakila battled against the cheering, taller players and a tenacious defense from the Unit, but could not penetrate the inside.
That limited the smaller players to one-shot outside efforts. Morgan Childs led the Hanakila effort with 6 points followed by Kali‘ikoa Baclayon, Elmer Cudiamat and Kawika Wellington adding 4 points each. A digit from Luan Bekorra rounded out the effort.
Jessilyn Aetoho-Aki was enjoying her post-game spaghetti and hot dog offering after finishing with a game-high 15 points in the Angels’ win over the Knockout girls.
Mahea Hanie-Grace added 10 points in that victory followed by Lauren Claypoole contributing 8 points. Guard Kristle Henry and Reggie McCabe followed with 4 points each. Tiore Daligcon added 3 points and pairs from Raquelle Matayoshi and Maile Drier rounded out the win.
Uila Lang paced the Knockout effort with 9 points followed by Sierra Mayer and Kelsey Cadiente netting 3 points each. A pair from Jasmine Mariano rounded out the showing.
Duke Pauli and Keane Agoot finished with 24 and 20 points each to lead the Team Central finale. Keoni Kenzi followed with 18 points and Norman Solomon rounded out the double-digit scoring with 10 points for the blackshirts. Pita Taufoou followed with 4 points.
Kaili Lagundino sparked the Westside effort with 5 points followed by guard Ariel Lahip adding 4 points. Christian Garma finished with 3 points, Johnathan Tangalin added 2 points and digits from Garret Cadiente-Gushiken and Galen Bostick rounded out the blueshirts’ effort.