Pearl Citys boys and Mililanis girls won Oahu Interscholastic Association Western Division Championships in swimming and diving by large margins Friday at Kalani High School.
Pearl City beat runner-up Radford, 114-59, while Mililani outdistanced second-place finisher Aiea, 134-93.
Edward Afualo won the first two divisional championships in the history of new Kapolei High, in the boys 200-yard individual medley and 100 backstroke. Radfords Jared Rodriguez and Mililanis Nathan Lee were also double winners in the boys meet.
State champion Stella Brinich of Radford, a sophomore, and Mililanis Faye Sha-Peyer each won two girls races.
Wahine second: Northwestern defeated the University of Hawaii Wahine, 4-1, yesterday at the South Florida Louisville Slugger Tournament in Tampa, Fla.
Details of the game were not available.
Hawaii finished second in the tournament with a 3-1 record. Arizona finished 4-0, but the teams did not meet because of an earlier rainout.
Vulcans beaten: Mark Carroll and Mario Cordero had two hits apiece as Loyola Marymount University defeated Hawaii-Hilo, 3-1, yesterday at Wong Stadium.
Loyola improved to 5-0 while UH-Hilo tumbled to 1-7.
Loyola scored twice in the fourth on three errors, a single and sacrifice fly to take a 3-0 lead.
UH-Hilo pitchers Zeb Watts and Sergio Reyes performed well, with Watts spacing seven hits over six innings and Reyes pitching perfect ball over the final three innings.
Hilo triumphs: Hilo High won its second straight Big Island Interscholastic Federation boys soccer championship Saturday, defeating Hawaii Prep, 1-0, in a one-game playoff at Hilo.
Brian Shinjo scored on a penalty kick in the 35th minute of the second half and all-state goalie Eddie Ruhland shut out Ka Makani.
Hilo (12-2) advances to the state tournament, Feb. 14-17, at Aloha Stadium. Hawaii Prep (13-3) and Kealakehe (12-3) also go to states.
In another playoff game, Waiakea won the Big Islands third girls state tournament berth by defeating Kealakehe, 1-0, on Jobette Nabarros 20-yard indirect free kick in the 35th minute.
Waiakea (10-3), Hawaii Prep (11-1) and Hilo (10-2) will play in the state tournament, which starts Wednesday at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park.
Jayvees open: The Oahu Interscholastic Association junior varsity championship tournament opens tomorrow.
At Leilehua High, Kalaheo plays Waipahu at 6 p.m. and Leilehua meets Kahuku at 7:30. At Roosevelt High, Radford plays McKinley at 6 and Roosevelt meets Kapolei at 7:30.
Tomorrows winners will play the four seeded teams in quarterfinal games on Wednesday. Mililani won the Western Division championship and Castle won the East, earning No. 1 seeds.
Semifinals will be Feb. 14 and the championship game Feb. 15.
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