basketball – Kapa‘a boys dominate 15U division

Kapa‘a boys swept its Thursday night outing in the 15 Under division games at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

In the first of two 15U Boys games, Kapa‘a A was a 31-25 winner over Team Central Boys, and in the second contest Kapa‘a B was a 60-47 winner over the Gee Unit.

Bristy Ann Agu had 7 points with three other Menehune netting 6 points in its 35-23 showing over the Kamikaze in the first of two 15U Girls matches.

Sisters Reggie and Leina‘ala McCabe led the Gee’s Angels with 8 points apiece in the Angels’ 40-4 showing over Island Heat which got 3 points from Shelley Tottori and a point from Kiani Felipe.

Following the McCabe sisters, Krystle Henry added 7 points with Uila Langi followed by Mahea Hanie-Grace and Raquelle Matayoshi ending with 5 points apiece.

Kelsey Cadiente finished with a game-high 14 points for the Kamikaze in a losing effort as Sanida Pahulehua and sisters Paige and Erin Connelly each netted 6 points for the Menehune following Agu’s lead.

Searra Kaohi ended with 5 points, Marissa Hesapene added 3 points.

Following Cadiente, Kawehi Louis Diamond ended with 4 points followed by Kayla Perez adding 3 points.

Keane Agoot and Kapono Cummings paced the Kapa‘a A win on 8-point showings followed by tall man Duke Pauli adding 7 points. Spam Lindsey finished with 5 points.

Tyren Hepa led the Team Central showing with 9 points, a game-high showing, followed by Nathan Wong adding 7 points. Bryan Andres followed with 3 points.

Pauli came back in his second game of the night to lead Kapa‘a B on a game-high 23 points followed by Agoot adding 13 points and Lindsey finishing with 10 points.

Donovan Harrison topped the Gee Unit showing with 17 points followed by Willis Batol adding 14 points.


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