Pearl City tops No. 3 King Kekaulike, 2-1
Pearl City scored two first-half goals then held off third-seeded King Kekaulike, 2-1, last night in the HHSAA/Meadow Gold Dairies Girls State Soccer Championships.
Cheryl Yasumoto and Meghan Fuller scored for the Chargers. Mia Minkler scored for Na Ali'i.
The victory moved Pearl City to a semifinal match against second-seeded Mililani tonight at 7 at Kana'iaupuni Athletic Stadium on the Kamehameha-Maui campus
BALDWIN 1, KONAWAENA 0
Tylor Kim's second-half goal helped the Bears upset the fourth-seeded Wildcats.
Kim scored off a penalty kick at the 53:10 mark.
KAMEHAMEHA 2, KAUA'I 1
Caycie Gusman and Sanoe Souza scored early in the second half as the top-seeded Warriors held off the Red Raiders.
Kaua'i freshman Skye Shimabukuro scored at the 79:45 mark, her third goal of the tournament.
MILILANI 2, KAISER 1
Natalie Wong scored midway through the overtime period to lift the second-seeded Trojans.
Shea Nakasone goal at the 53:30 mark gave Mililani a 1-0 lead, but Kaiser tied with a little more than four minutes left in regulation on Eryn Akazawa's goal.
KALANI 1, MOANALUA 0
Kyla Tamayori's kick into the upper left of the goal ended a marathon penalty-kick phase, giving the Falcons a 7-6 edge.
MILILANI SEEDED NO. 1
Five-time O'ahu Interscholastic Association champion Mililani has been awarded the top seed for next week's state boys soccer championships at Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Complex. Punahou is seeded second, followed by Kamehameha-Maui and Waiakea.