Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 |
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KALAHEO — Kaulupono 8G’s Kierstin Gummerus netted a game-high 15 points and Kaye Serapio added 11 points to lead the Westside girls to a 38-19 win over the 8G A‘o Uka Rebels during the youth summer basketball league games played at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.
Braelyn Cayaban and Kyra Henderson each tucked in five points and a pair from Abcede Gacusan accounted for the math in one of two Kaulupono wins.
Makenna Tamanaha split her four points between the halves to lead the 8G A‘o Uka Rebels’ effort that saw all of its players but one get a taste of the twine. Tia Jaquias, Jaley Medeiros and Brooklyn Alayvilla each netted three points. Amy Khoang, Logan Kashima and Krystin Emproso each finished with pairs.
Kaulupono 5G guard Katelyn Constantino roared for nine points, including a long ball from outside the three-point arc, to lead the young Kaulupono to a 21-7 win over the 5G A‘o Uka Rebels. Utility player Liana Hasegawa was joined by guard Kiaura Ortiz-Rita with five points each, and a first-half pair from Chaleiah Lancaster-Fabro rounded out the defensive-oriented contest.
Ceanne Baliaris topped the 5G Rebels effort with four points. Skylin Fagarang got a first-half pair. A digit by Cairee Quinones rounded out the effort.
The 6G Rebels are leaving for a Kona tournament Thursday and honed their skills for the trip, capitalizing on more mature play and build over the 6G Kaulupono which featured carry-over players from the 5G team.
Janessa Parallag scored seven points and Skylyn Fagarang had 6 points to lead the 6G Rebels to a 22-6 win over the 6G Kaulupono, who got three points from Maeani Arbilera in the effort.
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