Ka Makani remain unbeaten
Kepa Police and Hawaii Prep are enjoying life at the top.
Police scored five goals Thursday in Waimea, leading Ka Makani to a 9-0 win over Kohala in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division II boys soccer match.
With its victory, HPA moved to the top of the BIIF Division II standings at 6-0, inching ahead of Honokaa and Christian Liberty, who both have 5-0 marks. Ka Makani has outscored its opponents by a combined score of 36-4.
Meanwhile, Police’s five goals give him 13 for the season.
Police received plenty of help against the Cowboys. Max Gent scored his first two goals of the season, Keisuke Ohtaka tacked on his fourth goal, and Juan Miche-Rosales scored his second.
Ohtaka has found the back of the net in each of HPA’s past three matches.
In goal, Trenton Wise blanked Kohala (0-6).
Makua Lani 4, Parker 3: Pono Ng produced a natural hat track in Waimea, scoring three first-half goals that gave the Makua Lani a 3-1 lead at intermission.
Senior Elijah Lingenfelder, who assisted on one of Ng’s goals, tacked on his ninth goal of the season in the second half for the Lions (4-3).
Senior Paul Gregg scored twice for the Bulls (1-5), and senior Evan Kasberg also found the back of the net.
Hawaii Prep 12, Kohala 0: Senior Jessica Benioni scored three goals in Waimea, giving her five for the season as Ka Makani (5-0-1) remained undefeated.
Rae Kennon scored twice for the second time this season, and Morgan Monahan, the team’s starting goalkeeper the entire season, notched her first two goals.
Ella Kotner collected her third and fourth goals, while Jah’nae Purdy, Jasmine Fojas and Erin Evans each scored once.
Monahan and Nanea Tavares combined to shut out the Cowgirls (0-5) in goal.
Kealakehe 5-0 15
Hilo 4-1 12
Keaau 1-3-1 4
Waiakea 1-6 3
Hawaii Prep 6-0 18
Honokaa 5-0 15
Christian Liberty 5-0 15
Konawaena 3-2 9
Makua Lani 4-3 12
Kamehameha 2-2-1 7
Ka‘u 2-4 6
Parker 1-5 3
Kohala 0-6 0
HAAS 0-7 0
Konawaena 5-1-1 16
Kealakehe 4-0-1 13
Waiakea 3-4 9
Hilo 2-1-1 7
Keaau 2-3 6
Hawaii Prep 5-0-1 16
Kamehameha 4-1 12
Honokaa 3-1 9
Makua Lani 1-4 3
Ka‘u 1-4 3
Kohala 0-5 0
Christian Liberty 0-6 0
Hawaii Prep 9, Kohala 0
Makua Lani 4, Parker 3
Hawaii Prep 12, Kohala 0
Konawaena at Kamehameha, 2 p.m. girls; 4 p.m. boys
Christian Liberty at Kealakehe, 6 p.m. boys
Parker at Keaau, 10 a.m. boys
Kohala at Hilo, 1 p.m. girls; 3 p.m. boys
Ka‘u at Makua Lani, 1 p.m. girls; 3 p.m. boys
Waiakea at Honokaa, 1 p.m. girls; 3 p.m. boys
Parker at HAAS, 3 p.m.
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