Online Extra: Hilo girls remain unbeaten
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
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
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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