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Posted on: Sunday, March 7, 2010

Punahou holds off Kahuku for third


Advertiser Staff

DeForest Buckner hit the go-ahead basket inside the key with 11 seconds left as Punahou edged Kahuku, 58-56, for third place in the Hawaiian Airlines Boys Basketball Division I State Championships yesterday at the Stan Sheriff Center.

PUNAHOU 15 15 11 17 58

KAHUKU 10 12 13 2156

PUNAHOU Taylor Crabb 2, Patrick O'Neill 0, Kevin Mukai 0, Bryan Matsukawa 0, Henry Cassiday 4, Sean McFadden 2, Noah Hammond 2, Matthew Feldman 8, James Dowsett 1, Dylan Hudson 0, James Duncan 4, Malik Johnson 5, Kyle Tuumalo 4, DeForest Buckner 15, Kaiwi Crabb 11. Totals 22 12-24 58.

KAHUKU Michael Tyau 0, Kawehena Johnson 0, Samala Afalava 0, Hans Brown 9, Mua Malufau 1, Sage Kaka 3, Wonka Beatty 0, Nehoa Akina 22, Jackson Kaka 4, Shairone Thompson 13, Josh Christensen 0, KJ Uluave 0, Evan Moe 0, Mason Golden 4. Totals 19 16-22 56.

3-point goals Punahou 2 (Duncan, K. Crabb). Kahuku 2 (Akina 2).

Mililani 71, Moanalua 67: Reginald Griffin's two free throws broke a 67-67 tie with 31 seconds left in overtime as the Trojans (15-5) beat Na Menehune (16-3) for fifth place. Edward Ocampo led Mililani with 21 points, Griffin added 20.

MOANALUA 16 20 15 13 3 67

MILILANI 18 19 10 17 771

MOANALUA Bronson Kepa 4, Reece Racoma 0, Keven Amaral 5, Aaron Davis 0, Alexander Braswell 0, Josiah Kauhola 9, Wesley Ambrust 1, Marcus Monroe 27, Dexter Williams 2, Marcus Keene 14, Carl Ko 0, Marcellis Turner 3, Dominique Jones 0, Richard Villasenor 2. Totals 25 10-17 67

MILILANI Forrest Garcia 2, Brandon Fujinaga 7, Joshua Lenchanko 0, Nicholas Kunz 0, Edward Ocampo 21, Everett Kahoano 7, Reginald Griffin 20, Ryan Jacobs 2, Joseph McGlamery 2, Hassan Richardson 10, Brady Spiridigliozzi 0. Totals 27 10-16 71.

3-point goals Moanalua 7 (Amaral, Kauhola, Monroe 4, Turner). Mililani 7 (Fujinaga, Ocampo 3, Griffin 3).

Kapa'a 55, AOP 37: Stephen Greenleaf scored 18 points and Willis Batol added 10 as the Warriors (13-3) pounced on the Dolphins (16-5) for third place in the Hawaiian Airlines Boys Basketball Division II State Championships at the Stan Sheriff Center.

ACAD. OF THE PACIFIC 9 10 9 9 37

KAPA'Ā 11 12 16 1655

ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC Cory Matsuo 0, Tyler Hanlin 0, Nick Gomes 2, Micah Dunhour 15, David Daniels 8, Simon Koch 12, Trent Valentine 0, Shaun Riston 0, Brandon Nelson 0, Marshall Gourley 0, Sam Orcutt 0. Totals 13 11-17 37.

KAPA'Ā Stephen Greenleaf 18, Willis Batol 10, James Padre 0, Jefferson Harper 2, Jason Iloreta 2, Kekoa Colipano 9, Bradley Coloma 0, Duke Pauli 4, Daniel Reis 0, Arnel Tangonan 0, Sean Shigematsu 8, Kainoa Colipano 0, Jundell Sagucio 0, David Kanoho 0, Spam Lindsey 2. Totals 26 1-5 55.

3-point goals Kapa'ā 2 (Ke. Colipano 2).

St. Joseph 48, Roosevelt 42: Jacob Andrade scored 16 points, Fairman Thomas added 15 points and 14 rebounds and Sebastian Ohara-Saft added 11 points as the Cardinals (13-4) beat the Rough Riders (14-4) for fifth place.

ST. JOSEPH 7 14 14 13 48

ROOSEVELT 11 10 6 1542

ST. JOSEPH Aldyn Dalere 0, Hunter Lee 5, Devyn Monbert 1, Jacob Andrade 16, Keyin Crudele 0, Sebastian Ohara-Saft 11, William Scanlan-Leite 0, Po-Yuan Hsu 0, Dalton Kaitoku-Lucas 0, Derek Kravitsky 0, Jonathan Anderson 0, Thomas Fairman. Totals 18 8-17 48.

ROOSEVELT Ese Tago 1, Brandon Mitchell 7, Brendon Nakatani 10, Chase Yogi 4, Johnson Delos Santos 2, Pono Patoc 2, Kaipo Pale14, Robert Willis 2, Troy Nakasuji 0. Totals 15 11-20 42.

3-point goals St. Joseph 4 (Lee, Andrade, Ohara-Saft 2). Roosevelt 1 (Mitchell).