Waiakea 47, Kealakehe 42
The Waveriders (1-2) proved to be a strong contender despite a tight loss to BIIF powerhouse Konawaena Saturday night, but dropped a second straight game Tuesday against the visiting Warriors.
Waiakea was led by Bryson Ita’s 11. Keanu Tilfas scored 19 points in the loss for Kealakehe.
HPA 73, Kohala 67
Kalan Camero scored a game-high 23 points in Waimea as Ka Makani held off the Cowboys to remain the only unbeaten team in Division II.
Justas Gecas had 19 points for HPA (4-0) and David Ovbagbedia added 13.
Kealen Figueroa and Mikala Jordan each scored 20 points for Kohala (3-1), which led 37-32 at halftime. Ryan Caravalho chipped in with 15 points.
Honokaa 56, Ka’u 54
Cjay Carvalho’s 23 points helped carry the host Dragons to their first victory of the season.
Larry-Dan Al-Navarro led the Trojans (0-4) with 13 points and Alexis Alejo had 10.
Honokaa (1-3) led from the start and fought off a fourth-quarter run by Ka’u.
Pahoa 58, Kamehameha 47
Tolby Saito scored 20 points and all four of his 3-pointers came in the first half as the visiting Daggers broke through for their first win.
Keinan Agonias and Joel Rosario Jr. added 11 points apiece, while Torrell Thomas had 10 points in the paint for Pahoa (1-3).
Pukana Vincent muscled his way for 18 points and Rylan Kiko scored 15, most coming under the basket, while Bayley-Allen Manliguis added eight for the Warriors (2-2).
Keaau 53, St. Joseph 50
Isiah Segobia led all scorers with 14 points and the visiting Cougars held off the Cardinals.
Charles Belmes chipped in with 13 points for Keaau (2-2) and Edgar Ventura had 12.
Cole DeSilva finished with 13 points for St. Joseph (0-4), Edgar Barclay posted 11 and Ben Uhlmann had 10.