IN BRIEF | BIIF boys basketball | 2-9-14

Hilo 80, Kealakehe 74

Jalen Carvalho scored 36 points and the host Vikings secured the final Division I berth in the BIIF postseason.

Austin Dante added 22 points and EJ Narido had 12 for the Vikings (6-5).

The Waveriders (5-6) had won three straight to force the elimination game. Jonah Kaulia finished with 14 for Kealakehe and Justin Freddy added 11.

Waiakea 56, Pahoa 46

At Pahoa, Calvin Mattos scored 14 points and Dillon Rellez had 10 to lead the Warriors, who finished the regular season with five straight victories.

As the second seed, Waiakea (9-2) plays Kamehameha in a Division I semifinal Friday.

Tolby Saito led the Daggers (4-7) with 23 points and Keinan Agonias had 10. Pahoa takes on second-seeded Kohala in a Division II semifinal Friday.

In JV play, Waiakea beat Pahoa 63-30.

Kamehameha 57, Keaau 45

Pukana Vincent scored 14 points and Dayson Alip has nine as the Warriors (7-4) went on the road to win their third straight.

The Cougars wrapped up a 4-7 season. Edgar Ventura led the way with 13 points and Isaih Segobia added nine.

Kamehameha won the JV game 72-43.

Kohala 95, Honokaa 85

Kealen Figueroa poured in 32 points at Honokaa Armory to lead another balanced scoring attack for the Cowboys (8-3)

Mikala Jordan chipped in with 22 points, and Ryan Caravalho and Shaun Ray Ramos contributed 16 and 15, respectively.

Cjay Carvalho led five players in double figures for the Dragons (2-9) with 20 points. Wayne Vaoga added 17, Nathan Gascon 16, Tyson Datuin 13 and Makana Ibanez 11.

In JV action, Honokaa beat Kohala 55-36.


Ka’u 65, St. Joseph 57

Larry-Dan Al-Navarro scored 25 points Friday night as the Trojans finished their season on a high note at Hilo Civic by earning their first victory.

Brian Gascon contributed 13 points for Ka’u (1-10).

Ben Uhlmann led the Cardinals (0-11) with 25 points, and Michael Silva had 16.