The Supersonics rained 3-pointers to outdistance the Young Ballers, 37-16 Thursday night during the county’s Division I Boys youth basketball league games at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.
Alden Ringor broke out with a pair of treys, one in the third period and his second coming in the fifth frame en route to scoring 15 points in the win.
Mason Broyles, securing high-point honors for the Supersonics with 16 points, popped a three-ball in the fifth frame, and Bryce Fernandez added a trey in the third period for the team coached by Fran Constantino.
Randell Fernandez, a player with the Young Ballers coached by Charlie Brown, fired off a trey in the fourth period. That was his only score in the match where Miles Davis dropped seven points to lead the scoring.
Team Central wins
Following a 15-15 deadlock after four periods of play, Team Central, coached by Reid Tamanaha, surged for 15 points in the final two stanzas over the Aloha State Warriors A team, 30-20.
The team coached by Matt Gonsalves stayed close with Team Central throughout the night, ended the first period chasing a digit and then pulling ahead 7-5 at the end of the second frame.
Doza Kaleiohi topped the Team Central scoring on 10 points followed by Xaerys Dela Cruz ending with eight points.
Makaio Gonsalves and Alakai Gonsalves topped the Aloha State Warriors A scoring with seven and six points, respectively.
Caleb Plowman, the son of Kauai’s Thunder coach Chad Plowman, played in only two of the game’s six periods, said Karen Matsumoto of the Kauai Youth Basketball Association, coordinator for the county’s youth basketball league. Caleb asked to play only after all of his teammates played in support of his team. His game time on the court came in the third and sixth frames.
Caleb bucketed five points in the third period to bring the Kauai Thunder to a 7-7 stalemate at the half.
Mike Navarro dropped his second bomb from outside the three-point arc in the sixth frame to bring Team Lihue A to 24 points. Navarro topped the Team Lihue A scoring with nine points followed by Kaisen Rapozo with five points.
Games pickup again at 6 p.m. Monday.