Online Extra: Hilo defeats Keaau in boys hoops
Kian Kurokawa scored 13 points to lead Hilo over Keaau 45-30 in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation boys basketball game Thursday night at the Cougars Gym.
The Vikings (5-1) remained in first place in the Division I East standings, a half-game ahead of Waiakea.
Davien Adviento scored eight points to lead the Cougars (3-2), who trailed 18-11 at halftime.
In the JV game, Hilo beat Keaau 44-29 behind Grant Kunihiro’s 12 points and Dane Foster’s 10 points. Jesse Bossy scored eight points to lead the Cougars.
Hilo 7 11 16 11 — 45
Keaau 7 4 11 8 — 30
Waiakea 64, St. Joseph 25: Kyle Kua-Ramired scored 12 points and Owen Sandstrom 11 to lead the Warriors (4-1) at the their gym.
Ben Uhlmann and Cole DeSilva scored nine points each to lead the Cardinals (0-5).
St. Joseph 5 8 6 6 — 25
Waiakea 18 14 18 14 — 64
Hawaii Prep 52, Kealakehe 49: Buck Thomas scored 18 points, Jovan Crnic 17 and Kalen Camero 10 to lead the Ka Makani (2-2) at Castle Gym.
Joby Wills scored 15 points while Justin Freddy and Kalani Lewi had 10 each for the Waveriders (1-4).
In the JV game, Kealakehe beat HPA 49-32 behind Blaine Broberg’s nine points. Victor Lee had 12 points and Colin Yates 10 for HPA.
Kealakehe 7 18 11 13 — 49
HPA 11 18 7 16 — 52
Kamehameha 48, Ka‘u 46: Bayley Manliguis and Pukana Vincent scored nine points each to help the Warriors hold off the Trojans at Koai‘a Gym.
Roydon Esperon scored 18 points and Jensen Cadaroma added 12 for the Trojans.
Ka‘u 14 7 8 17 — 46
Kamehameha 8 12 12 16 — 48
In the JV game, Kamehameha defeated Ka‘u 55-35 behind Dayson Alip’s 13 points. Franklin Oreino and Kaimanu Medeiros Dancel had nine points each for the Trojans.
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