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LIHUE — The Kings won two of their games Friday to remain undefeated and get the top seed in the 18 and over men’s league.
Tony Brewer netted 25 points to lead the Kings’ first win, 92-61, over the Westside Pride in the opener of the Kauai Youth Basketball Association league at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.
Following that win, the Kings got 29 points from Tab Matsumoto in its 89-61 win over Tropang-L, a make-up match from a previously scheduled game.
Jason Poe-Hooikaika had 17 points and Randy Vicoy added 13 points to lead the Wreckage to a 71-51 win over the Kauai Athletic Club in the third game in Kalaheo.
R.J. Pillos and Spam Lindsey shared high point honors with 20 points each.
In the Kings’ 92-61 win over Westside Pride, Matsumoto finished with 21 points and Chris Bracewell added 16 points following Brewer’s lead.
Michael Sagucio topped the Westside scoring with 20 points with Chad Narimatsu adding 11 points.
Following Matsumoto’s lead in the Kings’ 89-61 showing over Tropang-L, Justin Sparks scored 22 points and Alefaio Brewer finished with 13 points.
James Badua had high point honors for Tropang-L with 22 points followed by Allan Pablo and Jay-R Punzalan netting 14 and 12 points, respectively.
Two games are on tap Friday when the 18 and over league wraps up its season at the Kilauea Neighborhood Center starting at 6 p.m.
The Nobodies will visit Hanakila in the 6 p.m. tipoff followed by Tropang-L going up against the Kauai Athletic Club in the 7 p.m. match.
Playoffs for the league title start July 12 at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center when the No. 3 seed Westside Pride (5-3) takes on the No. 2 seed Wreckage (6-2) at 6 p.m.
The Kings (8-0), the No. 1 seed will meet the No. 4 seed, which will be determined by the July 5 games in Kilauea.
• Dennis Fujimoto, staff writer and photographer, can be reached at 245-0453 or email@example.com.
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