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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Friday, February 26, 2010

Warriors get one final shot at states


Advertiser Staff

Frank Ho scored 14 points to lead No. 3 Kamehameha past visiting Mid-Pacific, 51-40, last night in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I tournament final.

Kamehameha captured third place and will travel to the Big Island to play Honoka'a tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. for a state tournament berth.

MID-PACIFIC 5 6 5 24 40

KAMEHAMEHA 14 17 5 1551

MID-PACIFIC Logan Murakami 4, Jordan Doi 0, Shaun Dobovan 6, Shane Kurihara 3, Keola Brown 0, Mark Fooks 1, Patrick Matthews 6, Marcus Doi 2, Matthew Reyes 2, Ty Kono 7, Andrew Swanson 5, Dayton Uchiyama 0, Matthew Carland 4. Totals 14 8-13 40.

KAMEHAMEHA Shane Matayoshi 0, Frank Ho 14, Micah Christenson 9, Brandon Orpillia 3, Brent Auyong 0, Davis Achong 3, Devin Kuhns 2, Dyrbe Enos 12, Charlton Tang 8, Shane Yoshida 0. Totals 17 11-21 51.

3-point goals Mid-Pacific 4 (Dobovan, Kurihara, Matthews, Kono). Kamehameha 6 (Ho 3, Orpillia, Achong, Enos).

Reported by Debbie Lukela

DIVISION II

HAWAI'I BAPTIST 68, HANALANI 67

Christian Morimoto scored 27 points and Bryan Smits added 18 to help the visiting Eagles hold off the Royals. HBA will play AOP for the ILH's third state tournament berth.

HAWAI'I BAPTIST (8-9) 18 16 19 1568

HANALANI (11-6) 18 18 17 1467

HAWAI'I BAPTIST Bryan Smits 18, Jun Fritz 4, Brennan Lee 0, Matt Wong 0, John Kagehiro 0, Christian Morimoto 27, Sage Chun-Bulseco 0, Nathan Le 1, Caleb Gaskins 6, Landry Kiyabu 4, Byron Kam 0, Travis Teramae 0, Kalei Hosaka 8. Totals 24 11-21 68.

HANALANI Darin Kamealoha 13, PJ Minaya 32, Zach Baysa 0, Matt Guerrero 1, Daneil Muraoka 2, Zach Relles 5, Jon Suh 6, Andrew Rattanassamay 2, Kainoa Petersen 6, Aaron Schoniwitz 0. Totals 25 16-24 67.

3-point goals Hawai'i Baptist 9 (Smits 4, Morimoto 3, Hosaka 2). Hanalani 1 (Minaya).

Reported by Rob Araki

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC 63, LE JARDIN 34

Simon Koch scored 18 points, Micah Dunhour had 17 and David Daniels 15, powering the Dolphins over the Bulldogs at Maryknoll's gym.

LE JARDIN (9-8) 12 4 11 734

AOP (14-3) 10 23 9 2163

LE JARDIN Tevin Togami 8, John Whitty 5, Kelvin Akamine 3, Sam Spengler 0, Sean McWhinnie 8, Joshua Kava 4, Frankie Montalvo 0, Taylor Gray 4, Ikaika Hoskins 2, Juliun Perkins 0. Totals 13 1-4 34.

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC Cory Matsuo 0, Tyler Hanlin 0, Nick Gomes 0, Micah Dunhour 17, Shaun Wristan 0, David Daniels 15, Brandon Nelson 0, Sam Orcutt 9, Trent Valentine 4, Simon Koch 18. Totals 21 18-27 63.

3-point goals Le Jardin 7 (Togami 2, McWhinnie 2, Whitty, Akamine, Gray). Academy of the Pacific 3 (Dunhour 2, Orcutt).

Reported by Gordon Lau