Nizo keeps leading Lynx

KALAHEO — The Central Kauai Lynx Division II girls basketball team turned to Angeline Nizo for its 14-7 win over Kaulupono on Tuesday night during the county’s youth basketball games at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

Nizo fired up eight points in the final two stanzas to keep the Lynx ahead of Kaulupono. She ended the night scoring 12 of the team’s 14 points, Jazmine Balauro-Constantino adding the remaining pair in the third frame.

Kayla Simao balanced her scoring between the halves, finishing with four points to lead the Kaulupono effort. Maeani Arbilera added a pair, and a digit from Grace Sabo accounted for the final score.

Papalina Orange 35, Kauai Ballers 7

Aieran Jay Wilson, Hekili Dizol and Haka Bukoski each fired off eight points to lead the Papalina-Orange to its 35-7 win over the Kauai Ballers who got three points from Zyren Wade-Padilla and pairs from Cody Nii and Shea Wilson.

Nainoah Bacarro finished with five points, including a three-ball in the sixth period, to help the Papalina Orange win. Tanner Hadley added four points and a pair from Hans Burkman accounted for the victory.

Supersonics 33, Papalina-White 5

Rayson Jarquio finished the night with 10 points to lead the Supersonics to its 33-5 win over Papalina-White in the nightcap. Jeremiah Harper added five points, Keola Rapozo and Raindell Fernandez each finished with four points to help the win. John Russel Batuyong, Jayvin Bagaoisan-Kaneakua, Brayden Heu-Greenbaum, and Jericho Gudoy each dropped a pair in the victory.

Kaina Andrade scored all five of the Papalina-White’s points.

Three games are on tap for Thursday night starting at 6 at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center before court action moves to the Kilauea Neighborhood Center on Saturday with four games on tap starting at 9 a.m.


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