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Keaau-Waiakea Classic

At Keaau, Red Bracket

Konawaena 60, Pahoa 55: Jonah Bredeson scored 15 points Friday night and Konawaena reached the championship game Brandon Awa and Chase Takaki each added 13 points for the Wildcats, who withstood a late charge to win their third straight game at Keaau High to advance out of the Red Bracket in first place. Tolby Saito led all scorers with 28 points for the Daggers, and Keinan Agonias had 19. Konawaena will face Waiakea at 7:30 p.m. today at Keaau. The Warriors defeated Hawaii Prep 65-62 in overtime in the Blue Bracket final.

Konawaena 11 20 20 9 —60

Pahoa 15 10 11 19 — 55

Keaau 59, Ka’u 40: Edgar Ventura put up 15 points and Isiah Segobia contributed 10 as the Cougars pulled away from the Trojans. Randall Watson’s 11 points paced Ka’u.

Keaau 9 17 12 21 —59

Ka’u 6 8 12 14 — 40

Kamehameha-Hawaii 63, Kamehameha-Maui 50: The Big Island Warriors used Rylan Kiko’s 19 points and 10 from Bayley-Allen Manliguis to prevail. Keawe Rindishbacher and Erin Lindsey each chipped in with 17 points to lead the Warriors.

Kamehameha-HI 18 13 15 17 — 63

Kamehameha-Maui 13 18 16 3 — 50

St. Joseph 48, Keaau JV 25: Michael Silva tallied a game-high 24 points and Cole DeSilva added 11 as the Cardinals notched their first victory at the tournament. Reynaldo Arcellana had eight for the Cougars’ junior varsity.

St. Joseph 17 10 10 11— 48

Keaau JV 11 7 1 6 — 25

At Waiakea, Blue Bracket

Waiakea 65, Hawaii Prep 62, OT: Lucas St. George scored 20 points and 15 more from Lucas St. George helped the Warriors push past Ka Makani in overtime to reach the title game. Kalan Camero scored 18 points for HPA, which led 46-40 after three quarters. Nicky Palleschi and David Ovbagbedia each added 14 points and Justin Gecas had 12.

HPA 11 21 14 8 8 —62

Waiakea 14 13 13 14 11—65

Hilo 55, Kaiser 54: Jalen Carvalho took over with 30 points as the Vikings edged the Cougars. Austin Dante had 15 for Hilo. Tairus Hill paced Kaiser of the Oahu Interscholastic Association with 16 points, and Kelsey Lewis had 12.

Hilo 8 8 21 18—55

Kaiser 9 14 8 23—54

Kohala 67, Kealakehe 64: Mikala Jordan’s 15 points and 14 from Ryan Caravalho powered the Cowboys. Arthur Freddy and Keanu Tilfas each had 16 for the Waveriders.

Kealakehe 21 20 15 8 —64

Kohala 12 18 15 22—67

Waiakea JV 56, Honokaa 48: Jeff Tomes’ 12 points helped the Warriors down the Dragons. Nathan Gascon led Honokaa with 18 points.

Waiakea JV 11 16 14 15 —56

Honokaa 12 12 15 9—48