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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Gamebreakers

Advertiser Staff

BASKETBALL

JUNIOR ALE

Kahuku

Scored 26 points to help the Red Raiders defeat Leilehua, 54-47, in the OIA quarterfinals.

JOSH BAEK

Hawai'i Baptist

Scored 21 points in a 50-48 overtime loss to Iolani's Division II team.

CAMERON BAYNE

Saint Louis

Scored 20 points to help the Crusaders defeat Maryknoll, 62-42.

TYLER CASWELL

Kalaheo

Scored nine points and had eight rebounds, two blocks and two steals in a 74-60 victory over Mililani in the OIA quarterfinals to help the Mustangs secure their 16th consecutive state tournament berth.

KEONI DANIEL

Academy of the Pacific

Scored 26 points in a 61-54 victory over University High.

MARVIN JUDD

Kalaheo

Scored 19 points and had two blocks in a 74-60 victory over Mililani in the OIA quarterfinals to help the Mustangs secure their 16th consecutive state tournament berth.

MIKE MAKINANO

Campbell

Scored 18 points to help the Sabers defeat Moanalua, 61-59, in the OIA quarterfinals.

SPENCER MCLACHLIN

Punahou

Scored 18 points to help the Buffanblu defeat Kamehameha, 45-39, for the Warriors' first ILH loss.

MIAH OSTROWSKI

Punahou

Scored 18 points to help the Buffanblu defeat Kamehameha, 45-39, for the Warriors' ILH first loss.

JORDAN RANCHE

Word of Life

Scored 28 points to help the Firebrands defeat Lanakila Baptist, 66-59.

GARY SATTERWHITE

Radford

Scored 18 points to help the Rams defeat McKinley, 46-38, in the first round of the OIA tournament.

KAWIKA SHOJI

Iolani

Scored 13 points including a layup and two free throws in the final minute and had two blocks, including one with 12 seconds remaining, in the Raiders' 43-38 victory over Kamehameha that forced a playoff for the ILH championship.

SCOTT SMITH

Saint Louis

Scored 17 points to help the Crusaders defeat Punahou, 58-49, to secure third place in the ILH regular season.

TYLER TSUKAZAKI

Maryknoll

Scored 30 points to help the Spartans defeat Damien, 48-46.

CHRIS TUMANENG

Kalaheo

Scored 11 points including a three-point play with 8.9 seconds remaining in a 43-42 victory over Kapolei in the first round of the OIA playoffs, then had 14 points in a 74-60 victory over Mililani in the quarterfinals to help the Mustangs secure their 16th consecutive state tournament berth.

KAMALU UMU

Saint Louis

Scored 21 points to help the Crusaders defeat Academy of the Pacific, 44-42, in a Division II game.

WAYNE WEST

Moanalua

Scored 17 points to help Na Menehune defeat Pearl City, 62-54, in the first round of the OIA playoffs.

TOMMY WOTJOLA

Hanalani

Scored 20 points in a 52-43 victory over ASSETS.

BOYS SOCCER

MIKE HIROKAWA

Iolani

Senior forward scored in a 2-0 victory over Kamehameha to help the Raiders clinch a state tournament berth.

DYLAN LANGLEY

Iolani

Senior midfielder scored in a 2-0 victory over Kamehameha to help the Raiders clinch a state-tournament berth.

GIRLS SOCCER

TRICIA MIURA

Pearl City

Scored in a 2-0 win over Kamehameha-Hawai'i and twice in a 2-0 win over Baldwin in the third-place game to earn All-Tournament honors.

MELEANA SHIM

Kamehameha

Named the state tournament's Most Outstanding Player after scoring and adding an assist in the state championship victory over Mililani.

SKYE SHIMABUKURO

Kaua'i

Scored two goals in a 2-1 first-round win over Moanalua and again in a 2-1 loss to Kamehameha in the quarterfinals of the state tournament to earn All-Tournament honors.

NATALIE WONG

Mililani

Junior midfielder scored game-winners in quarterfinal and semifinal games in the state tournament to earn All-Tournament honors.

SWIMMING

MEREDITH EGLORIA

Kapolei

Equaled an OIA championship meet record with a 100-yard freestyle time of 52.82 seconds and also won the 50 free in 24.31 seconds.

WRESTLING

ALICIA FU

Moanalua

Upset the No. 1 seed at 155 pounds to win the OIA East championship.

JOSH OBENA

Pearl City

Defeated a Kapolei opponent he had lost to in the regular season at 140 pounds to help the Chargers win the OIA West championship.

SALLY TOLENTINO

Wai'anae

Pinned her opponent in 20 seconds at 140 pounds to help the Seariders win the OIA West team championship.