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Posted on: Sunday, March 2, 2008

State Wrestling Results

Advertiser Staff

SCORING

INDIVIDUAL POINTS

Takedown: 2

Reversal: 2

Near Fall: 2-3 (4, if stopped for injury time)

Escape: 1

Stalling: (warning after first violation, 1 point awarded after second, 3 points after third and wrestler is disqualified after fourth)

Locking of the hands/Illegal hold: (1 point is awarded after first violation, 1 for second and wrestler is disqualified after third)

TEAM POINTS

Third and fifth place matches: 2 points for win plus bonus (pin, superior decision). Most points possible per match is 4.

Championship matches: 4 points for win plus bonus. Most points possible is 6.

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BOYS

TEAM RESULTS

1, Punahou, 225.5. 2, Lahainaluna 176. 3, Kamehameha 147. 4, Pearl City 125. 5, Kaiser 100. 6, 'Aiea 95. 7, Saint Louis 61. 8, Wai'anae 51. 9, 'Iolani 45.5. 10, Kealakehe 38. 11, Baldwin 35.5. 12, Konawaena 35. 13, Radford 33. 14, Waiakea 32. 15, Kailua 30. 16, Kalani 25. 17, Castle 24. 18t, Mililani 23. 18t, Moloka'i 23. 20, Kamehameha-Maui 22.5. 21, Leilehua 21. 23t, Kapolei 19. 23t, Moanalua 19. 25, Roosevelt 18. 26, Hawai'i Prep 17. 27, Honaka'a 16. 28t, Damien 15. 28t, Kahuku 15. 30, Kamehameha-Hawai'i 13. 31t, Christian Academy 12. 31t, Lana'i 12. 33, Pahoa 10. 34, Kalaheo 8. 35t, Campbell 6. 35t, Maryknoll 6. 37t, Farrington 4. 37t, Hilo 4. 39, Waialua 3. 40t, Nanakuli 2. 40t, St. Anthony 2. 42t, Hana 1. 42t, Kaimuki 1.

103 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Drake Medeiros (Saint Louis) def. David Terao (Mid-Pacific), 6-3. Medeiros scored his points on two takedowns in the first period and a reversal in the second. Terao scored on two escapes and a stalling penalty on Medeiros.

THIRD PLACE

Jason Spiker (Kais) dec. Ricky Anderson (KS), 9-1.

FIFTH PLACE

Jordan Ng (Pun) pin Rory Young (Bald).

SEMIFINALS

Terao dec. Ng, 14-2.

Medeiros pin Young.

112 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Shayden Terukina (Kamehameha) def. Michael Nakagawa (Kalani), 6-3. Terukina scored a takedown with 55 seconds left in the first period. Terukina started the second on top of Nakagawa and spent the entire period there as no points were scored. Terukina made it 5-0 after an escape and takedown within the first 20 seconds of the third. Nakagawa scored his first points on a takedown in the final 40 seconds.

THIRD PLACE

Andrew Hirai (Pun) dec. Edison Hidalgo (Lah), 6-0.

FIFTH PLACE

Brysson Morita (Iol) dec. Keenin Cohen (Pah), 6-3.

SEMIFINALS

Nakagawa dec. Hirai, 11-6.

Terukina dec. Hidalgo, 10-4.

119 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Bill Takeuchi (Pearl City) def. Dallas Collier ('Aiea), 12-4. Collier scored first on a takedown near the edge of the mat with 1:24 left in the first period. Takeuchi then reeled off seven consecutive points, including three near-fall points in the final minute of the second. Collier got within 7-4 after a takedown with one minute left, but Takeuchi finished with an escape and two takedowns.

THIRD PLACE

Jacob Luning-Hoshino (KS) dec. Rodrigo Tabladillo Jr. (Lah), 4-3.

FIFTH PLACE

Elviro Atacador (Lan) dec. Jimmy Romnaldo (Kona), forfeit.

SEMIFINALS

Takeuchi pin Romnaldo.

Collier pin Luning-Hoshino.

125 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Reid Oshiro (Punahou) pinned Tyler King (Kaiser), 55 seconds. Oshiro scored a takedown 15 seconds into the match and then turned King over onto his shoulders for the victory.

THIRD PLACE

Ikaika Kekua-Luis (KS) dec. Kena Gugudan (CA), 3-2.

FIFTH PLACE

Braxton Delos Santos (PC) dec. Jack Oliveros ('Aiea), 8-6.

SEMIFINALS

Oshiro pin Gugudan.

King dec. Kekua-Luis, 4-2.

130 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Travis Okano (Lahainaluna) def. Byron Apo (Kaiser), 5-2. Okano took a 2-0 lead on a takedown with 24 seconds remaining in the first period, then went up 3-0 on an escape 10 seconds into the second. Apo closed it to 3-1 with 1:30 left in the match, but Okano extended his lead to 5-1 on a takedown with 30 seconds remaining. Okano was called for stalling with 22 seconds left, making it 5-2, and Apo could not score after that.

THIRD PLACE

Maika Nagata (Pun) dec. Robert Herbst (Bald), 9-3.

FIFTH PLACE

Dillon Cadina (Kah) dec. Ian Akamine (Iol), 10-6.

SEMIFINALS

Okano dec. Nagata, 6-5.

Apo dec. Herbst, 7-6.

135 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Ryan Higa (Waiakea) def. Chad Diamond (Mililani), 17-16. In the match of the night, complete with two long delays, Higa scored a takedown and three near-fall points midway through the third round to take a 16-12 advantage. Diamond scored an immediate reversal to get within 16-14, and following an escape by Higa, Diamond's takedown in the closing seconds got him within 17-16. Diamond was on top with two seconds left, but Higa held on for the victory. The match was nearly stopped with 31 seconds left in the second when Higa needed a third injury timeout. Higa led 11-9 at the time. The referees got together and decided to continue the match. Diamond scored a takedown to tie it with 13 seconds left in the period. There was another delay five seconds into the third period after an escape by Diamond was finally awarded after a meeting of referees and official scorers.

THIRD PLACE

Troy Murakawa (Pun) dec. Jared Panlasigui (Lah), 4-2.

FIFTH PLACE

Kuulei Ohia ('Aiea) dec. Jireh Torres-Umi (Molo), 7-2.

SEMIFINALS

Diamond pin Torres-Umi.

Higa pin Murakawa.

140 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Ray Mathewson (Wai'anae) pinned Matthew Higa ('Aiea), 0:47. Mathewson took a 2-0 lead on a takedown early in the first period, then scored the pin shortly after.

THIRD PLACE

Raynald Cooper III (PC) dec. Chad Taniguchi (Pun), 10-4.

FIFTH PLACE

Kainoa Terukina (Moa) def. Geovani Chavez-Pardini (Hon), forfeit.

SEMIFINALS

Mathewson pin Terukina.

Higa dec. Cooper, 9-4.

145 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Daniel Chow (Punahou) def. Keani Nishigaya (Saint Louis), 8-5. Nishigaya took a 2-0 lead on a takedown with 52 seconds remaining in the first period, but Chow tied it after an escape and when Nishigaya was penalized for an illegal hold. Nishigaya went up, 3-2, on an escape with 1:43 left in the second period, but Chow grabbed the lead back at 4-3 on a takedown with 1:15 remaining. Nishigaya then tied it at 4-4 with an escape with 35 seconds left in the period. Chow went up, 5-4, on an escape with 1:43 remaining in the match, then scored a takedown seven seconds later to go up, 7-4. Nishigaya closed it to 7-5 on an escape with 1:15 left, but Chow gained a point when Nishigaya was called for stalling with 31 seconds remaining and held on for the victory.

THIRD PLACE

Kyle Saiki (KSM) dec. Ryley Mayo (Lah), 6-1.

FIFTH PLACE

Kyle Onaga (Roos) dec. Anthony Rivera (Lei), forfeit.

SEMIFINALS

Chow dec. Saiki, 10-0.

Nishigaya pin Mayo.

152 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Rudie Schaefer (Punahou) def. Daniel Quinlan (Lahainaluna), 9-5. Schaefer scored two takedowns to take a 4-1 lead after the first period. Quinlan tied it at 4-4 with an escape and takedown with 1:18 left in the second. Schaefer then scored five consecutive points over the final 1:05 of the period on two escapes, a takedown and a stalling penalty on Quinlan. Schaefer also appeared to have a takedown with 30 seconds left in the period, but the referees talked it over and disallowed it because the wrestlers were out of bounds.

THIRD PLACE

Junior Fischer (HPA) dec. Nicholas Chambers ('Aiea), 4-3.

FIFTH PLACE

Brian Freeman (Kais) dec. Ben Blake (Rad), 3-2.

SEMIFINALS

Schaefer dec. Fisher, 11-2.

Quinlan dec. Chambers, 7-5.

160 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Kameona Hokoana (Kamehameha) def. Lake Casco (Lahainaluna), 11-3. Hokoana scored two takedowns in the first and third periods, and one in the second. Casco got within 4-2 with 1:45 left in the second after his second escape point, before Hokoana pulled away.

THIRD PLACE

Christian Pavo (PC) dec. Charlie Egesdal (Pun), 8-4.

FIFTH PLACE

Stanley Good (Kais) dec. Tyson Tynanes-Perez (Kail), 9-8.

SEMIFINALS

Casco dec. Egesdal, 8-5.

Hokoana dec. Pavo, 9-4.

171 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Lowen Tynanes-Perez (Kailua) def. Cole Loewen (Lahainaluna), 13-4. Tynanes-Perez scored a takedown with a minute left in the first period and three near-fall points with 25 seconds left in the period. Tynanes-Perez's takedown with two seconds left in the first gave him a 7-1 advantage. Tynanes-Perez scored a takedown in the second and two more in the third. All of Loewen's points came on escapes.

THIRD PLACE

Luke Knittle (Kona) dec. Kalai Parish (Kap), 5-3.

FIFTH PLACE

Daniel Gibney (Waian) dec. Kolu Buck (Pun), 7-1.

SEMIFINALS

Tynanes-Perez dec. Buck, 15-2.

Loewen pin Parish.

189 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Brandon Santiago (Kealakehe) def. Truman Chun (Kamehameha), 7-3. Santiago scored a takedown with 35 seconds left in the first period and three near-fall points for a 5-1 lead. Santiago scored on two escapes and Chun had a takedown in the second. The first period was scoreless.

THIRD PLACE

Aaron Puahala (PC) pin John Lotulelei (Bald).

FIFTH PLACE

Harvey Fung (Cast) dec. Alan Brown (Rad), 6-4.

SEMIFINALS

Chun dec. Brown, 12-6.

Santiago pin Puahala.

215 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Jamin Meletia (Kamehameha) def. Matthew Sasaki (Punahou), 5-2. Meletia scored a takedown with 10 seconds left in the first period and another with 45 seconds left in the third, which gave him the 5-2 advantage. Meletia also scored on an escape in the second. Sasaki scored on escapes in the first and third periods.

THIRD PLACE

Niklas Streng (Iol) pin Marcus Finau (Dam).

FIFTH PLACE

Jaysen Ferreira (Cast) dec. Jesse Santana (Kalah), 5-3.

SEMIFINALS

Meletia pin Santana.

Sasaki dec. Streng, 4-2.

285 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Tyler Lauifi (Pearl City) def. Scott Suapaia ('Aiea), 3-2. Lauifi scored all his points in the second period an escape with 1:50 left and a takedown with 15 seconds. Suapaia scored both his points late in the third on stalling penalties against Lauifi.

THIRD PLACE

Sani Fuimaono (Pun) pin Robert Kudlich (Lah).

FIFTH PLACE

Kawika Kaahanui (Molo) pin Tuapasi Toetuu (Kais).

SEMIFINALS

Suapaia dec. Kaahanui, 3-1.

Lauifi dec. Fuimaono, 5-3.

GIRLS

TEAM RESULTS

1, Kahuku 152.5 points. 2, 'Iolani 106. 3, Punahou 85. 4, Kamehameha 84. 5, Baldwin 71. 6, Kamehameha-Maui 68.5. 7, Campbell 66. 8t, Kapolei 64. 8t, Pearl City 64. 10, Farrington 60. 11, Wai'anae 53. 12, Konawaena 42.5. 13, Mililani 42. 14, Leilehua 37. 15, 'Aiea 32. 16, Hawai'i Baptist 31. 17, Radford 30. 18, Kamehameha-Hawai'i 29. 19, Kalaheo 26.5. 20, Lahainaluna 26. 21, Hana 25. 22, Moanalua 24. 23t, Hilo 22. 23t, Moloka'i 22. 23t, Roosevelt 22. 23t, St. Anthony 22. 23t, St. Francis 22. 28, Kalani 21.5. 29, University High 15. 30, Waipahu 13. 31, Kealakehe 11. 32, King Kekaulike 9. 33t, Castle 7. 33t, Kohala 7. 35, Kailua 5.5. 36, Maui 5. 37t, Kea'au 4. 37t, Waiakea 4. 39, Honolulu Waldorf 3. 40, Kaiser 2. 41, Nanakuli 1.

98 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Taylor Ibera (Farrington) def. Renee Michell (Konawaena), 8-2. Ibera took a 5-0 lead with 45 seconds remaining in the first round on a takedown and three near-fall points. Michell closed to 5-1 on an escape in the second, but Ibera had an escape and takedown in the first 12 seconds of the third to take her largest advantage at 8-1.

THIRD PLACE

Caitlin Mizoshiri (Iol) dec. Hazel Asperin (PC), 3-1.

FIFTH PLACE

Heather Omori (Mili) pin Jayci Ventura (Camp).

SEMIFINALS

Michell dec. Asperin, 6-0.

Ibera dec. Mizoshiri, 5-2.

103 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Keiko Akamine ('Iolani) def. Macy Yonamine (Kamehameha), 4-2. After a scoreless first period, Akamine took a 1-0 lead on an escape 13 seconds into the second. She later went up 2-0 on another escape, before Yonamine closed it to 2-1 on an escape with 1:41 remaining in the third period. Akamine went up, 4-1, on a takedown with 1:06 left, and Yonamine closed it to 4-2 on an escape with 43 seconds remaining but could not manage a takedown before time ran out.

THIRD PLACE

Malia Medeiros (KSM) pin Briana Delos Santos (PC).

FIFTH PLACE

Brittni Dinong (Waian) dec. Andrina Ramos (Kah), 9-0.

SEMIFINALS

Akamine pin Medeiros.

Yonamine dec. Ramos, 7-2.

108 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Caronne Rozet (Kamehameha-Maui) def. Kala'e Johnson (Kahuku), 5-1. Rozet surrendered the first point at the end of the first round for stalling. She tied it with an escape seven seconds into the second and took the lead on a takedown 10 seconds later. Rozet added a takedown with 1:42 left in the third. Johnson spent a majority of the second and third rounds on her stomach with Johnson on her back.

THIRD PLACE

Kira Hagi (Kap) pin Tehani Ibarra (St.A).

FIFTH PLACE

Tani Mashima (KS) dec. Marissa Fukunaga (Roos), 7-3.

SEMIFINALS

Johnson pin Ibarra.

Rozet dec. Hagi, 17-6.

114 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Chrissy Chow (Punahou) def. Megan Morisada ('Iolani), 3-2. After a scoreless first period, Morisada took a 2-0 lead on a takedown with 1:40 remaining in the second, but Chow closed it to 2-1 on an escape 37 seconds later. Chow took a 3-2 lead on a reversal with 1:13 remaining and held on for the victory.

THIRD PLACE

Chaelynn Tan (Kap) dec. Jaydene-Kailin Curran (Camp), 3-1.

FIFTH PLACE

Chelsy Eugenio (Kah) dec. Ashley Bullard (Waip), 8-1.

SEMIFINALS

Morisada dec. Tan, 6-2.

Chow dec. Curran, 12-4.

120 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Danica Auna (Kahuku) pinned Megan Yamaguchi (Kalani), 4:28. Auna, who was leading 8-5, started on top in the third round and quickly maneuvered Yamaguchi for the pin. The match was tied at 4-4 after the first period. Auna scored on a reversal and takedown, while Yamaguchi scored on a takedown and two escapes. Auna took the lead on an escape two seconds into the second and took the 8-5 advantage with an escape with 12 seconds left. The wrestlers were called for double-stalling just before the takedown.

THIRD PLACE

Joy Yamashita ('Aiea) pin Reiko Campos (KS).

FIFTH PLACE

Kayla Giannotto (Bald) def. Judy Heger (Hilo), forfeit.

SEMIFINALS

Yamaguchi (Kalan) dec. Heger (Hilo) 10-7.

Auna pin Campos.

125 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Tani Ader (Farrington) def. Cianah Hee (Kahuku), 12-3. Ader took a 2-0 lead on a takedown with six seconds remaining in the first period, then went up 5-0 after an escape and takedown in the second. Hee closed it to 5-1 on an escape 23 seconds into the third period, but Ader scored a takedown with 35 seconds left to make it 7-1. After Hee escaped 10 seconds later to cut it to 7-2, Ader scored a takedown and two-point near fall to seal the victory.

THIRD PLACE

Jada Antolin (PC) dec. Courtney Kinimaka (Kap), 6-3.

FIFTH PLACE

Alice Chow (Iol) dec. Teale Nakashima (Pun), 6-3.

SEMIFINALS

Ader dec. Antolin, 13-0.

Hee pin Kinimaka.

130 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Risha Mishima (Hawai'i Baptist) def. Anela Santiago (Kahuku), 6-4. Mishima scored the go-ahead point with 51 seconds remaining on a stalling penalty. Rather than restart in the up position, Santiago elected to give Mishima a free escape point with both wrestlers starting from the neutral position. Mishima took a 2-0 lead with 1:08 left in the first period, but Santiago took a 4-2 advantage with 1:20 left in the second after two escapes and a takedown. Mishima tied it at 4-4 with a takedown with 33 seconds left in the second.

THIRD PLACE

Jenny Ojerio (Pun) pin Raquel Paaluhi (Waian) Fifth place.

Rachel Ostovich (Moa) dec. Robyn Teruya (Roos), 4-1.

SEMIFINALS

Santiago pin Ojerio.

Mishima dec. Paaluhi, 10-0.

140 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Ku'uipo Badayos (Mililani) def. Ilima Macfarlane (Punahou), 3-0. It was scoreless after two periods as both wrestlers struggled to gain control on the ground at the center of the mat. Badayos was awarded a penalty point at the beginning of the third period, then took a 3-0 lead on a reversal near the outer circle with under a minute remaining.

THIRD PLACE

Piikea Kalalau (Bald) dec. Stephanie Geltmacher (Kalah), 9-3.

FIFTH PLACE

Jaime Hoku Kubota (KSM) def. Taisha-Ann Santiago (Kah), forfeit.

SEMIFINALS

Macfarlane dec. Geltmacher, 8-5.

Badayos dec. Santiago, 3-0.

155 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Amanda Soliai (Kahuku) pinned Melody Aoki (St. Francis), 21 seconds. Soliai made quick work of Aoki with a takedown right off the bat and a pin in the middle of the mat. Soliai was awarded two near-fall points before the pin.

THIRD PLACE

Ahnjahlee Akuna (Hana) pin Anjelica Arevalo (Camp).

FIFTH PLACE

Kacie Davis (KSH) dec. Eliza Logan (KS), 9-4.

SEMIFINALS

Soliai tech Davis, 15-0.

Aoki dec. Akuna, 11-7.

175 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Kailee Andrade (Baldwin) pinned Justina Luafalemana (Moloka'i), 3:45. The match was tied at 2-2 when Andrade turned Luafalemana on her back. Andrade took a 2-0 lead on a takedown with 58 seconds left in the first period, and Luafalemana tied it early in the second.

THIRD PLACE

Gina-Bella Mataafa (Lah) pin Ashlee Kanai (Kona).

FIFTH PLACE

Chabrielle Gushi (Camp) dec. Ariel Moniz, 4-3.

SEMIFINALS

Andrade pin Moniz.

Luafalemana dec. Gushi, 7-5.

220 POUNDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

Olivia Fatongia ('Iolani) pinned Brayanne Moe (Radford), 2:12. Fatongia took a 2-0 lead on a takedown with 1:22 remaining in the first period, then scored the pin early in the second.

THIRD PLACE

Joeleen Lavea-Jennings (Lei) pin Vicky Green (Waian).

FIFTH PLACE

Maiki Mafi (UHS) pin Pomai Barton (Keala).

SEMIFINALS

Fatongia dec. Green, 8-5.

Moe pin Mafi.