Kamehameha grabs fifth in state water polo


Senior Sydney Plunkett netted seven goals for the second consecutive match in Honolulu as Kamehameha’s water polo team downed Baldwin 18-4 on Friday to finish fifth at the Hawaii High School Athletic Association tournament for the second year in a row.

Junior Acacia Trusdell scored a hat trick and seniors Michelle Fratinardo and Paula Imoto and freshman Katelynn Kubo added two goals apiece for the Big Island Interscholastic Federation champion Warriors (14-1), who jumped out to a 9-3 lead at halftime. Junior Chloe Martins-Keliihoomalu and sophomore Halia Nahale-a also scored.

Alea Weber led the Bears (9-2) with two scores, and Christina Patao-Torres and Deme DeShayne added goals for the champions of the Maui Interscholastic League.


At Honolulu


First round

Hawaii Prep 6, Kaiser 5

Roosevelt 13, Lahainaluna 5

Kapolei 9, Moanalua 3

Iolani 12, Mililani 2



Iolani 10, No. 3 Kamehameha-Hawaii 2

No. 1 Punahou 16, Hawaii Prep 2

Kapolei 10, No. 4 Baldwin 5

No. 2 Kahuku 12, Roosevelt 5


Kaiser 8, Moanalua 1



Punahou 12, Kapolei 4

Kahuku 8, Iolani 6

Fifth-place semifinals

Baldwin 10, Hawaii Prep 5

Kamehameha-Hawaii 14, Roosevelt 10


Mililani 11, Lahainaluna 10



Punahou 8, Kahuku 4

Third place

Iolani 8, Kapolei 6

Fifth place

Kamehameha-Hawaii 18, Baldwin 4

Seventh place

Kaiser 7, Mililani 4


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