Posted on: Sunday, February 20, 2005
Punahou's girls three-peat in soccer
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By Leila Wai
Advertiser Staff Writer
|Marisa Schoen, left, and teammate Kelsie Look both scored goals for Punahou in the first half of the state final against Moanalua.
Photos by Eugene Tanner The Honolulu Advertiser
Punahou was the last school to win three or more straight titles, when it won four straight from 1983 to 1986.
Punahou sophomore midfielder Marisa Schoen scored on a header in the 10th minute, on a free kick by junior midfielder Lizzy Carlson, who kicked the ball from just past the right side of the 18-yard box to Schoen, who was making a near-post run.
Senior midfielder Kelsie Look scored on a header over a mass of bodies crowded in the 18-yard box in the 25th minute on a throw-in by senior forward Ashley Collins from the right side of the field near the 18-yard box.
The Buffanblu extended their streak of not allowing a goal in seven straight state tournament games; they last allowed a goal in a tournament game against Pearl City on Feb. 21, 2003.
|The Punahou's girls soccer team proudly displayed their state championship trophy after beating Moanalua, 2-0, last night.|
'Aiea 0, Mililani 0: Na Ali'i and the Trojans played to a scoreless tie in a rematch of the O'ahu Interscholastic Association championship game. The game was called after 80 minutes of regulation time because of time restraints.
|Moanalua's Cherie Hoshino, left, attempted to clear the ball away from Punahou's Kim Culver.|
Pearl City 2, Baldwin 1: Forward/midfielder Carisa Calpo and forward Chelsea Arakawa scored for the Chargers. Forward Tylor Kim scored for the Bears.
King Kekaulike 2, Kealakehe 1: Midfielder Melissa Abellanida and defender Lynne Guenther scored for Na Ali'i. Forward Francesca Weems scored for the Waveriders.
Pearl City forward Chelsea Arakawa scored in a 3-1 win over Hilo in a consolation game Friday. The wrong information was provided to the Advertiser, and printed in Saturday's edition.
Reach Leila Wai at firstname.lastname@example.org or 535-2457.
|Girls state soccer glance
At Waipi'o Peninsula
8 p.m.Punahou 2, Moanalua 0
Selected by the media
Most Outstanding Player: Kelsey Baker, Punahou