Online Extra: Hilo girls remain unbeaten


Tribune-Herald

Hilo hammered Waiakea with defense, winning a low-scoring affair 43-25 in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division I girls basketball game Wednesday night at the Warriors Gym.

Aliyah Pana scored 11 points to lead the unbeaten Vikings (6-0).

Shaila Apele and Sefulu Faavae had six points each to lead the Warriors (3-3).

In the JV game, Hilo beat Waiakea 49-15. Katie Loeak scored 15 points and Rain Hall added 14 for the Viks. Erin Morikawa and Evangelin Pascual had four each for the Warriors.

Hilo 13 14 12 4—43

Waiakea 4 10 5 6—25

Hawaii Prep 52, Kealakehe 14: Ula Brostek scored 19 points, Tiana Reynolds 13 and Tiana Bertelmann-Tabac 10 to lead a balanced attack for the Ka Makani (3-2), who led 35-9 at halftime at Castle Gym.

Kehaulani Lee led the visiting Division I Waveriders (0-5) with four points. Kealakehe went scoreless in the fourth quarter.

Kealakehe 3 6 5 0—14

HPA 20 15 15 2—52

Honokaa 74, Kohala 33: Freshman point guard Kizzah Maltezo scored 14 points, and the host Dragons (4-1) hit nine 3-pointers at Honokaa Armory.
Senior guard Keana Kaohimaunu and sophomore guard Shayla Ignacio followed with 11 points apiece, while junior forward Hunter Liftee and junior guard Shemika Frazier each had 10.
Ignacio hit three of the Dragons’ nine treys, while Maltezo and senior Yvonne Daniels each had two. Senior guard Sheana Cazimero scored a game-high 17 points for the Cowgirls (1-3).
In the JV game, Honokaa defeated Kohala 66-49 behind 22 points from Markell Marquez and 10 apiece from Kayla Requelman and Hii Hanohano. Jenny Fong scored a team-high 21 points for the Cowgirls, while Briana Harrison had 19.
Kohala 4 14 5 10 — 33
Honokaa 25 16 23 10 — 74
Kamehameha 59, Ka’u 36: Casey Poe scored 23 points, Riana Arima 19 and Makamae Gabriel added to the scoring punch with nine points for the Warriors (5-1).
Shaylin Navarro scored 12 points, Toni Beck eight and Denisha Navarro had seven for the Trojans (1-5), who trailed 38-14 at halftime at Koai‘a Gym.

Ka‘u 9 5 10 12—36

Kamehameha 24 14 11 10—59

Pahoa 43, Keaau 25: Randi-Lee Berinobis scored 18 points and Erleen Oguma added nine as the Daggers (1-5) won for the first time at the Cougars Gym.

Taylor Pocock scored seven points and Jasmine Segobia six for the Cougars (2-4).

In the JV game, Pahoa defeated Keaau 39-35 behind Makela Rincon’s 17 points and Golden Rowan’s 10 points. Aina Pdasdao had 19 points and Tiffani Napihaa scored nine for the Cougars.

Pahoa 13 11 7 12—43

Keaau 10 5 4 6 —25

Boys

Konawaena 68, Laupahoehoe 23: Kenan Gaspar scored 16 points at Onizuka Gymnasium for the Wildcats, who improved to 4-0.

Brandon Awa, Brenton Shropshire and Jonah Bredeson added 10 points apiece for Konawaena.

Collin Lodivero led the Seasiders (0-5) with eight points, while Kysen Datuin had six.

Laupahoehoe 7 7 4 5 — 23

Konawaena 22 27 8 11 — 68

 

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