Online Extra: Kamehameha boys best Waiakea
Senior guard Shaun Kagawa led all scorers with 23 points at Koaia Gym as Kamehameha rode a strong start to beat Waiakea 63-59 on Monday night in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division I boys basketball game.
Senior Ilikai Calip finished with 12 points and junior Rylan Kiko added 10 for Kamehameha (2-1), which led 39-21 at halftime. Junior Laa Manliguis chipped in with nine points.
Senior Owen Sandstrom led Waiakea (0-1) with 19 points. Junior Dillon Rellez scored 15 points and sophomore Mark Pacris had 12.
Waiakea 11 10 17 21 —59
Kamehameha 25 14 9 15 —63
Keaau 59, Pahoa 55: Junior Edgar Ventura scored 20 points as the Cougars won on the road in their season opener.
Senior Davin Alviento added 15 points for Division Keaau, which led by one point at halftime.
The Division II Daggers (1-1) lost despite a game-high 29 points from senior Nick Fisher. Sophomore Tolby Saito had 12 points.
In junior varsity, Keaau won 41-39.
Keaau 17 13 20 9 —59
Pahoa 13 16 15 11 —55
Kohala 74, Kealakehe 71: Sophomore Hana Caravalho scored 20 points as the visiting Division II Cowboys won their season opener.
For Division I Kealakehe (1-1), senior Deion Utrera led the way with 33 points.
Kohala 21 22 11 20 — 74
Kealakehe 15 20 22 14 — 71
Ka’u 51, St. Joseph 24: Jansen Candaroma scored 16 points in Pahala as the Trojans evened their record at 1-1.
Freshmen Cole DeSilva has eight points for the Cardinals (0-2).
St. Joseph 6 11 0 7 —24
Ka’u 20 14 12 5 —51
Hawaii Prep 9, HAAS 0: Kepa Police scored four goals, and the Division II-leading Ka Makani rolled at home. HPA improved to 8-0 on the season.
Kian Quinlan and Justin Perry each scored two goals, and Max Gent added one.
HAAS fell to 0-9.
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