Wildcats romp past Ka Makani


Freshman guard Chanelle Molina scored 14 points, and senior forward Courtney Kaupu followed with 13 at Onizuka Gymnasium as Konawaena defeated Hawaii Prep 51-22 Tuesday in a Big Island Interscholastic Federation girls basketball game.

Freshman forward Ihi Victor added nine points for the Wildcats (6-0), who honored breast cancer survivors with their annual Pink Zone night on their final home game of the regular season.

Konawaena, which has won 54 consecutive league games, can cap a fifth consecutive undefeated BIIF regular season with road victories at Kohala on Thursday and at Kealakehe on Saturday.

Junior forward Tiana Reynolds led HPA (4-3) with 11 points.

Hawaii Prep 2 7 3 10 — 22

Konawaena 15 11 20 5 — 51

Kohala 51, Kealakehe 20: Senior guard Sheana Cazimero had 16 points and three rebounds in Kapaau for the Cowgirls (2-5), who held the Waveriders scoreless in the first quarter.

Junior guard Mohala Kaholoaa-Kumukoa added 11 points and three rebounds for Kohala.

Senior Kehau Lee had 12 points and five rebounds for the Waveriders (0-6).

In the junior varsity game, Kohala defeated Kealakehe 43-24 behind 17 points from freshman Briana Harrison and eight from freshman Jenny Fong. Freshman Ashlyn Cabatabat led Kealakehe with eight points.

Kealakehe 0 7 7 6 — 20

Kohala 9 18 9 15 — 51

Kamehameha-Hawaii 58, Keaau 24: Riana Arima scored a game-high 16 points while Casey Poe and Chyann Gabriel added 13 apiece on the road for the defending Hawaii High School Athletic Association Division II champion Warriors (6-2).

Maedina Ongais-Kilaulani and Cynthai Nakaima each scored eight points for the Cougars (2-6).

In the JV game, Kamehameha beat Keaau 28-23 behind 21 points from Kyla Aguiar. Aina Padasdao led Keaau with 13 points.

KS-Hawaii 16 19 21 2 — 58

Keaau 6 4 11 3 — 24

Hilo 63, Pahoa 18: Alyssa Perreira scored 12 points while Alexis Pana and Chailey Cabalis each had 10 for the Vikings (8-0) at Hilo Armory.

Vanessa Castro and Erleen Oguma had four points each for the Daggers (2-6).

In the JV game, Hilo beat Pahoa 52-3.

Pahoa 6 6 4 2 — 18

Hilo 23 28 5 7 — 63

Waiakea 68, Ka‘u 24: Nicole Antonio scored 14 points, and Shaila Apele added 13 to lead the Warriors (5-3) at their gym.

Shyann Flores-Carvalho scored 10 points to lead the Trojans (1-7).

In the JV game, Waiakea defeated Ka‘u 34-22 behind Christa Amuimuia’s 15 points. Kerrilyn Domondon had eight for the Trojans.

Ka‘u 5 10 4 5 — 24

Waiakea 26 22 10 10 — 68