Posted on: Friday, December 19, 2003
No. 1 Oakhill gains semifinals in Iolani Classic
Top-ranked Oakhill Academy, of Mouth of Wilson, Va., beat Dr. Phillips (Orlando, Fla.), 78-51, last night to reach the semifinals of the Iolani Prep Basketball Classic.
Details of the game were not available at press time.
Oakhill will play No. 18 Fairfax (Los Angeles) tonight at 8.
Fairfax 61, St. John's 48: Joshua Shipp had 23 points and eight rebounds as No. 18 Fairfax (Los Angeles) defeated St. John's (Washington D.C.) to advance to the semifinals.
Jamal Clay added 12 points for Fairfax (2-0).
Nolan Smith led St. John's (1-1) with 13 points.
Kalaheo 59, Kapolei 43: Sam Wilhoite scored 19 points and Theo Fujita 17 as Kalaheo (1-1) defeated Kapolei (0-2) in a consolation bracket game.
Brad Padayao scored 12 points for Kapolei.
Punahou 60, Waimea 48: Reid Fowler scored 21 points, Scott Otake 12 and Jeremiah Ostrowski 10 as Punahou (1-1) beat Waimea (0-2) in a consolation bracket game.
Jordon Dizon scored 17 points and Jeremy Manuel 14 for Waimea.
Hawai'i Pacific falls: Peter Bullock scored 19 points and Alaska Anchorage hit 14 3-pointers en route to a 76-73 victory over Hawai'i Pacific last night at McCabe Gym.
Kemmy Burgess added 16 points, and Mark Drake and Jesse Brown had 11 apiece for Anchorage (9-2).
Aaron Abrams and Marvin Noble each scored 20 points for HPU (1-8).
Pipeline postponed: The Xbox Gerry Lopez Pipeline Masters was postponed for the fifth consecutive day yesterday because of stormy conditions at the Banzai Pipeline.
One more full day of competition is required to determine three titles: Pipeline Masters champion, world champion, and Vans Triple Crown of Surfing champion.
Kaua'i's Andy Irons and Florida's Kelly Slater are the only two surfers in contention for the world title.
The contest is expected to run either today or tomorrow.
For daily status of the event, call 596-7873.
Lipsher an All-American: Punahou senior goalkeeper Allison Lipsher has been named to the NSCAA/adidas 2003 Youth All-America Girls Team.
Lipsher, who was an Advertiser All-State first-team selection last season, has verbally committed to Duke, and will sign her letter of intent during soccer's early signing period in February.
Jacobe Akiu was named to the OIA White Division football all-star team as a running back. An incorrect photo was published in some editions of yesterday's paper. At right, is Akiu's photo.