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Tribune-Herald

Kamehameha thumped Pahoa 52-18 in a girls Big Island Interscholastic Federation basketball game Thursday night at the Daggers Gym.

Junior Casey Poe scored 28 points and sophomore Riana Arima added 13 to lead the D-II Warriors (4-0). No one scored more than four points for the D-II Daggers (0-4).

Kamehameha 11 8 25 8 — 52

Pahoa 1 5 6 6 — 18

• Waiakea 51, Keaau 31: At Keaau, Nicole Antonio scored 14 points and Daven Namohala-Roloos had 10 for the visiting Warriors (2-2).

Taylor Pocock scored 11 points to lead the Cougars (1-3).

Waiakea 12 13 11 15 — 51

Keaau 4 4 9 14 — 31

Hilo 48 Ka’u 12: At Keaukaha, Shalyn Guthier scored 14 points and Alexis Pana 13 to lead the D-I Vikings (4-0).

Shyann Flores-Carvalho, Mia Cariaga and Shaylin Navarro scored four points each to lead the D-II Trojans (1-3).

Ka’u 2 2 6 2 — 12

Hilo 18 18 9 3 — 48

Honokaa 95, Kealakehe 12: At Honokaa, Shayla Ignacio scored 17 points, Shereena Bird 16, Keana Kaohimaunu 15, and Shemika Frazier and Kizzah Maltezo 10 each to lead the D-II Dragons (2-1).

Kaohuleilani Abad scored three points to lead the D-I Waveriders (0-4).

Kealakehe 4 0 0 8 — 12

Honokaa 34 27 16 18 — 95

Boys soccer

Parker 1, Kamehameha-Hawaii 1: Maka Kahana’s first goal of the season tied the match in the first half, giving the host Warriors (3-4-2) a point in the BIIF Division II standings.

Senior Paul Gregg scored his team-high seventh goal for the Bulls (3-5-2).

 

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