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2011 Hawaii Sports Page Elite 18

2011 Hawaii Sports Page All BIIF Boys Basketball Team
Elite 18
 

Position Player School Class
G Lanaki Apele Kamehameha Jr
G Kainoa Kawaha Hilo Jr
G Deion Utera Kealakehe So
G Jordan Furrer Konawaena Sr
G Jacob Ontiveros Kealakehe So
G Richard Handy Keaau Sr
G Cameron Ita Waiakea Sr
F Will Scanlan-Leite St. Joseph Sr
F Sebastian Ohara-Saft St Joseph Sr
F Jayce Carvalho Kamehameha Sr
F Randan Berinobis Hilo Sr
F Nick Fisher Pahoa So
F Isaak Janado Waiakea Sr
F Kaumu Lorenzo Honokaa Sr
F Jacob Kackley Kamehameha Jr
F Eric Brown Kealakehe Sr
C Rokas Cesnulevicous HPA Sr
C Thomas Fairman St Joseph Jr

Offensive Player Of The Year
DI: Randen Berinobis - Hilo
DII: Nick Fisher - Pahoa

Defensive Player Of The Year
DI: Jayce Carvalho - Kamehameha
DII: Rokas Cesnulevicous-HPA


Coach of the Year
DI: Dominic Pacheco - Kamehameha/ Donny Awa -Konawaena
DII: Harry Scanlan-Leite/Scott Saft  -St Joseph High School

** Hawaii Sports Page selects team based on a poll of writers, officials, contributors,

 

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2010 Hawaii Sports Page Elite 18

  2010 Hawaii Sports Page All BIIF Boys Basketball Team
Elite 18
 

Position Player School Class
G Brandon Bautista Kohala Sr
G Jacob Andrade St Joseph Sr
G Haku Ishibashi Keaau Sr
G Makana Cazimero Keaau Sr
G Deion Utrera Kealakehe Jr
G Matt Libao Waiakea Sr
G Mitchell Shintani Hilo Sr
F Scotty Wong Hilo Jr
F Sasha Obradovic HPA Sr
F Chris Mattos Waiakea Sr
F Thomas Naehu Kealakehe Jr
F John Byrd Pahoa Sr
F Jayce Carvalho Kamehameha Jr
F Richard Handy Keaau Jr
C Rokas Cesnulevicous HPA Jr
C Isaiah Ekau Pahoa Sr
C Dakota Allen Hilo Sr
C Thomas Fairman St Joseph Jr

Offensive Player Of The Year
DI: Matt Libao - Waiakea
DII: Jacob Andrade - St Joseph

Defensive Player Of The Year
DI: Thomas Naehu-Kealakehe
DII: Isaiah Ekau -Pahoa


Coach of the Year
DI: Sam Kekuaokalani -Kealakehe High School
DII: Eric Yoshimura -Pahoa High School

** Hawaii Sports Page selects team based on a poll of writers, officials, contributors, and coaches. 

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2010 HHSAA Boys Basketball Championships
03/06/2010
Championship HHSAA DII
Pahoa 41, Kailua 38
Nick Fisher 17, Isaiah Ekau 12,  John Byrd 7, Jordan DeCorte 14, Rhys Nakakura 10, Cory Lau 8, Rebounds: Ekau 13, De Corte 7
Pahoa's Isaiah Ekau -named most outstanding player of HHSAA DII Tournament, Nick Fisher named to all tournament team

5th Place DII
St Joseph 48, Roosevelt 42

03/05/2010 -Semifinal Round DII
Pahoa 52, Kapaa 36
Kailua 54, Academy of the Pacific 51






DII Consolation
St Joseph 72, Seabury Hall 64
Sebi Ohara-Saft 18, Thomas Fairman 15, Jacob Andrade 15, Will Scanlan-Leite 10, Michael Palmer 26, Dylan King 14

DI Consolation
Kamehameha-Maui 53, Waiakea 43
Tyler Hilsabeck 24, Teran Richmond 15, Blake Lau 9, Chris Mattos 10, Matt Libao 8 
Moanalua 64, Hilo 60
Dakota Allen 19, Chan Spikes 13, Wesley Ambrust 14, Marcus Monroe, Marcus Keene 11

03/04/2010 -Quarterfinal Round DI
Punahou 76, Hilo 46
Sean McFadden 12, James Duncan 10, Malik Johnson 13, DeForrest Buckner 8, 65, Mitchel Shintani 7, Chan Spikes 10, Randen Berinobis 11, (36-19-Pun,Halftime)
Iolani 72, Mililani 53
Kahuku 65, Lahainaluna 62
Consolation Round
Waiakea 43, Farrington 36
Clayton Morante 13, Chris Mattos 13, Matt Libao 8, Lancelot Williams 10, Jeffery Madarang 9

Quarterfinal Round DII
Pahoa 56, Roosevelt 48
Isaiah Ekau 31,
Nick Fisher 14, Ese Tago 12
Kailua 54, St Joseph 46
Rhys Nakamura 11, Ethan Mahaulu 9, Isaiah Vasconcellos 7, Jacob Andrade 17, Will Scanlan Leite 10, Sebastian Ohara-Saft 9, Thomas Fairman 8
Academy of the Pacific 60, Seabury Hall 57 OT
Kapaa 35, University 32


03/03/2010 -First Round DI
Kahuku 61, Waiakea 56
Game capsule: Waiakea runs to a 18-7 first quarter lead and extends lead to 26-9 in the second quarter. Kahuku then makes a quick run at the end of the second quarter to close the gap to 33-32. Kahuku outscores Waiakea 13-7 in the third quarter to go ahead. Kahuku would then jump to a nine point lead midway through the fourth before Waiakea would make one final run attempt but fall short.
Nehoa Akina 23, Shairone Thompson 18, Samala Afalava 7, Matt Libao 16, Isaak Janado 15, Chris Mattos 9, Cameron Ita 5, Brandon Libao 7


Mililani 63, Farrington 51
Punahou 59, Kamehameha-Maui 45
Kamehameha-Kapalama 67, Campbell 53


Play in Game # 3 BIIF vs #3 ILH
March 1, 2010  - Honokaa Armory


Kamehameha - Kapalama 75, Honokaa 60
Micah Christenson 18, Charlton Tang 16, Tyler Meyer 17, Eddie Morales 14, Kamu Lorenzo 13, Jake Vallente 10

2010 HHSAA Championships March 3-6
March 3, Wednesday
DI Waiakea vs Kahuku -Radford HS  -5pm
March 4, Thursday
DI Hilo vs Winner -Punahou/Kamehameha-Maui - McKinley HS -5pm
DII Roosevelt vs Pahoa -Farrington HS -7pm
DII #3 St Joseph vs Kailua -Kalani HS - 7pm

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2010 BIIF Post Season

2010 BIIF Boys Basketball Championships

Finals -February 20, 2010
DI
Hilo 71, Waiakea 39
Mitchell Shintani 21, Scotty Wong 8, Dustin Leong 8, Chan Spikes 6, Kainoa Kawaha 6, Matthew Libao 8, Chris Mattos 8,
DII
St Joseph 51, Pahoa 39

Jacob Andrade 14, Devin Monberg 10, Will Scanlan-Leite 10, Sebi Ohara-Saft 7, Thomas Fairman 7, Isaiah Ekau 13, John Byrd10,

Semifinals -February 19, 2010
DI
Hilo 47, Honokaa 33
Dakota Allen 14, Mitchell Shintani 11, Tyler Meyer 12
Waiakea 43, Kealakehe 30
Chris Mattos 17, Clayton Morante 9, Joey Pacheco 7, Deion Utera 10, Sam DeSagun 11
DII
Pahoa 45, Kohala 44
Isaiah Ekau 16, Nick Fisher 15, Brandon Bautista 12
St Joseph 50, HPA 45, 2OT
Jacob Andrade 24, Thomas Fairman 12, Sasha Obradavic 15, Rokas Cesnulevicius 7

First Round - February 17, 2010
DI
Hilo 69, Konawaena 33
Mitchel Shintani 20, Dakota Allen 14, Chan Spikes 6, Rico Loeak 6, Randen Berinobis 6, Dustin Leong 6
Kealakehe 57, Keaau 39
Thomas Naehu 16, Jacob Ontiveros 12, Sam DeSagun 12, Richie Handy 13, Haku Ishibashi 12
DII
Pahoa 62, Laupahoehoe 34
Isaiah Ekau 14, Sonnyu Miguel 13,
HPA 61, Ka'u 21
Jason Seid 12, Rokas Cesnulevicius 12

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2010 Results

2010 BIIF Boys Basketball Results


02/12/10
Waiakea 49, Pahoa 46
Isaak Janado 23, Isaiah Ekau 16, John Byrd 10
Honokaa 52, Kealakehe 44
Tyler Meyer 16, Thomas Naehu 23
Keaau 53, Ka'u 29
Daniel Brooks 19, Chaz Cabatbat 12, Dillon Ballo 9
02/09/10
Hilo 62, Keaau 43
Mitchell Shintani 21, Haku Ishibashi 13, Richie Handy 13, Makana Cazimero 11
Waiakea 62, St Joseph 59
Matt Libao 18, Chris Mattos 11, Jacob Andrade 18, Sebi Ohara-Saft 17, Thomas Fairman 16
Kohala 43, Kealakehe 37
Kamehameha 63, Ka'u 30
Lanaki Apele 17, Shaun Kagawa 14, Jayce Carvalho 11, Jensen Candaroma 9
Honokaa 69, Laupahoehoe 23
Tyler Meyer 15, Alika Alip 13, Drake Liu 13

02/05/10
Kohala 46, Honokaa 45
Jake Valente 10, Kamu Lorenzo 10, Jake Liu 10
St Joseph 46, Pahoa 38
Jacob Andrade 18, Sebi Ohara-Saft 13, Isaiah Ekau 14
Keaau 48, Kamehameha 44
Richie Handy 18, Daniel Brooks 17, Jayce Carvalho 13, Lanaki Apele 11, Colby Cabatu 10
Kealakehe 50, HPA 41
Thomas Naehu 19, Jacob Ontiveros 11, Sasha Obradovic 19, Rokas Cesnulevicius 15
Konawaena 60, Laupahoehoe 25
Jordan Furer 14, Randell Berdon 13,

01/30/10
Keaau 66, Waiakea 52
Richie Handy 23, Makana Cazimero 15, Haku Ishibashi 10, Matt Libao 18, Isaak Janado 13, Clayton Morante 10
St Joseph 51, Hilo 43
Sebi Ohara-Saft 19, Thomas Fairman 9, Devyn Monberg 9
Kealakehe 64, Konawaena 42
Thomas Naehu 22, Peni Vea 12, Deion Utrera 10, Keenan Gaspar 11, Landan Holman 11
Kohala 55, Laupahoehoe 20
Kelson Kawai 13, Josh Antonio 10, elu Ofisa 10
Honokaa 51, HPA 42
Tyler Meyer 13, Jake Vallente 13, Rokas Cesnulevicius 13, Sasha Obradovic 12
Pahoa 60, Ka'u 16
John Byrd 23, Isaiah Ekau 12,

01/28/10
Waiakea 51, Hilo 48
Joey Pacheco 11, Clayton Morante 10 Scotty Wong 13, Dustin Leong 11
Keaau 46, Pahoa 43 OT
Richie Handy 13, Haku Ishibashi 13, Makana Cazimero 11, Isaiah Ekau 20, Nick Fisher 11
Ka'u 59, St Joseph 49
Jayce Carvalho 24, Lanake Apele 13, Jacob Andrade 19
Kealakehe 63, Laupahoehoe 17
Deion Urtera 14, Sam DeSagun 11
Kohala 50, HPA 41
Brandon Bautista 23, Loka Cesnuleviaus 20
Honokaa 46, Kona 40

01/26/10
Waiakea 49, Kamehameha 38
Isaak Janado 13, Chris Mattos 10, Lanaki Apele 15, Ka'eo Alapai 9
Hilo 62, Pahoa 45
Kainoa Kawaha 18, Mitchel Shintani 12, Isaiah Ekau 21, Nick Fisher 16
St Joseph 68, Ka'u 34
Jacob Andrade 26, Thomas Fairman 13, Keyin Crudele 9, Dillon Ballo 11, Bryant Malepe 10

01/22/10
Kealakehe 47, Honokaa 38
Jacob Ontiveros 15, Peni Vea 10, Thomas Naehu 8, Kamu Lorenzo 10
Hilo 52, Kamehameha 40

01/19/10
Hilo 51, Keaau 44
Dakota Allen 11, Kainoa Kawaha 10, Makana Cazimero 17, Haku Ishibashi 9
St Joe 54, Waiakea 44
Thomas Fairman 17, Jacob Andrade 15, Isaak Janado 15
Kamehameha 72, Ka'u 28
Jayce Carvalho 17, Lanaki Apele 17, DJ Ramones 11

01/16/10
Keaau 45, Kamehameha 36
Makana Cazimero 16, Richie Handy 15, Jayce Carvalho 16,
Hilo 86, Ka'u 48
Mitchell Shintani 15, Scotty Wong 12, Dustin Leong 11, Rico Loeak 11
St Joseph 61, Pahoa 48
Jacob Andrade 37, Isaiah Ekau 18
Kohala 48, Kealakehe 45
Thomas Naehu 25, Brandon Bautista 15
HPA 69, Kona 48
Nate Schenk 14, Rokas Cesnulevicious 14, Jacob Kuluwaimaka 12
Honokaa 55, Laupahoehoe 17
Kamu Lorenzo 11, Jake Vallente 10

01/14/10
Kohala 38, Honokaa 37
Jake Vallente (H) 13, Arvin Compolo 10
Keaau 38, St Joe 23
Sekona Holani 12, Makana Cazimero 10, Jacob Andrade 10
Waiakea 67, Ka'u 23
Matt Libao 10, Chris Mattos 10
Pahoa 64, Kamehameha 63 OT
Nick Fisher 13, Isaiah Ekau 12 John Byrd 11, Sonny Miguel 11, Adam Andrade 17 

01/12/10
St. Joseph 64, Hilo 47

Jacob Andrade 44, Thomas Fairman 10, Mitchel Shintani 10
Keaau 54, Waiakea 42
Richard Handy 19, Haku Ishibashi 14
Pahoa 62, Ka'u 23
John Byrd 17, Isaiah Ekau 16, David Ramones 10
Kona 49, Laupahoehoe 43
Chris Anzai 10, AJ Lim 8
01/08/10
Waiakea 63, Hilo 62

St Joseph 63, Kamehameha 49 OT
Honokaa 48, HPA 30
Kohala 60, Laupahoehoe 22
Pahoa 50, Keaau 37
Kealakehe 69, Kona 54

01/06/10
Hilo 57, Pahoa 48
Hilo-Dakota Allen 14, Scotty Wong 16, Dakota Allen 14, Pahoa- John Byrd 12, SOnny Miguel 10, Isaiah Ekau 9
Kohala 55, HPA 27 ; Kohala-Christopher Roxburgh 12, John Antonio 9
St Joseph 57, Ka'u 19 ; St Joe-Jacob Andrade 24
Honokaa 54, Konawaena 37 ;Jake Valente 16, Drake liu 15, Eddie Morales 10, Kona-Jacob Kuluwaimaka 15, Jordan Furrer 11
Kealakehe 71, Laupahoehoe 32 ;Thomas Naehu 21, Sam DeSagun 13, Peni Vea 11, Jacob Ontiveros 10, Lau-Philip Daquep 10
Waiakea 45, Kamehameha 39 ; Waiakea-Isaac Janado 13, Matt Libao 12, Chris Mattos 11, Kam- Colby Cabatu 12

 
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2010 BIIF Boys Basketball Season Standings D1

East Win Loss
**Waiakea  9  3
*Hilo  8  4
*Keaau  8  4
Kamehameha  4  8
West
*Honokaa  7  3
*Kealakehe  7  3
*Konawaena  2  8

** BIIF DI Regular Season Champion
* BIIF DI Tournament Qualified
updated 03/3/10

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2010 BIIF Boys Basketball Standings DII

East Win Loss
**St Joseph  9  3
*Pahoa  4  8
Ka'u  0  12
West    
*Kohala  10  0
*HPA  4  6
Laupahoehoe  0  10
** Regular Season Champion
* DII BIIF Tournament Qualified
Updated 03/03/10

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2009-10 BIIF Boys Basketball Results

Preseason
2009 St. Anthony Invitational Tournament -Maui
Kamehameha-Maui  64, Hilo 53 ; KM-Terani Richmond 15, Kawka Kong 12, Keko Tureville 10, Hilo- Dustin Leong 14, Dakota Allen 10
Harker 67, Hilo 58 ; Harker-Ryan Cali 20, Lung Yi Ju 15, Hilo- Dakota Allen 19
Seabury Hall 55, Kailua 29
Baldwin 63, St Anthony 33
Hilo 60, Baldwin 42 ; Hilo- Dakota Allen 17, Mitchell Shintani 12, Baldwin-Pasoni Tasani 12
Mid Pac 58, Seabury Hall 49
Harker 55, St Anthony 18
Kamehameha-Maui 52, Kailua 48

2009 Hilo High/Holiday Prep Classic
12/19/09
Hilo 66, Kamehameha 46 -Championship game ; Hilo- Scotty Wong 21
St Joseph 52, Keaau 51 -Keaau Haku Ishibashi 23, Daniel Brooks 14, Richard Handy 11, St Joe- Sebi Ohara-Saft 11
12/18/09
Hilo 56, Keaau 44 ;Hilo-Dakota Allen 21, Scotty Wong 14
Kamehameha 51, St Joseph 50
Honokaa 55, Konawaena 44
Waiakea 51, Ka'u 16
12/17/09 - First Round
Hilo 66, Honokaa 52
Kamehameha 57, Waiakea 55
Keaau 46, Kona 36
St Joseph 53, Ka'u 28

BIIF Preseason -Cardinal/Warrior Basketball Classic 12/08/09
Waimea (Kauai) 49, Konawaena 46
Waiakea 57, Ka'u 13
Kealakehe 55, Waiakea2 34
Hilo 57, Pahoa 34
St Joseph 59, Laupahoehoe 20
Kamehameha 48, Seabury Hall 46
Iolani 70, Kohala 37

Photo Courtesy of Timothy Wright

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2009 Hawaii Sports Page All BIIF Boys Basketball Team

2009 Hawaii Sports Page All BIIF Boys Basketball Team
Sensational 16
 

Position Player School Class
G John Ursua Kealakehe Fr
G Brandon Bautista Kohala Jr
G Haku Ishibashi Keaau Jr
G Kawika Cazimero Kamehameha Sr
G Rico Asuncion Waiakea Sr
F Chris Mattos Waiakea Jr
F Scotty Wong Hilo So
F Kapanaia Carvalho Kohala Sr
F PJ Ramones Ka'u Sr
F Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo Kohala Sr
F Jonathan Viernes Pahoa Sr
C Dakota Allen Waiakea Jr
C Mtume Msikizi-Jackson Keaau Sr
C Isaiah Ekau Pahoa Jr
C Kulani Soares Kamehameha Sr
C Thomas Fairman St Joseph Fr



Offensive Player Of The Year
DI: Dakota Allen - Waiakea
DII: Brandon Bautista - Kohala
Defensive Player Of The Year
DI: Mtume Msikizi-Jackson - Keaau
DII: Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo -Kohala

** Hawaii Sports Page selects team based on a poll of writers, officials, contributors, and coaches.
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HHSAA Tournament

Bank Of Hawaii
2009 HHSAA Tournament schedule

Boys Division I
Seeds: 1. Kamehameha 2. Kahuku 3. Waiakea 4. Baldwin

Boys Division II
Seeds: 1. Castle 2. Kohala 3. Hawaii Baptist 4. Seabury Hall

Wednesday
Boys Division I
1:
Kaimuki 76, Keaau 60
2: Kalaheo 62, Radford 36
3: 'Iolani 60, Lahainaluna 50
4: Punahou 51, Campbell 32

Boys Division II
1:
Pahoa 48, University 45
2: Kapaa 66, Word of Life 58
3: Roosevelt 52, Hanalani 37
4: Kailua 77, Molokai 53

Thursday
Boys Division I
5: Radford 56, Keaau 53 OT
6: Kaimuki 64, Baldwin 51
7: Kamehameha-Kapalama 67, Kalaheo 36
8: Lahainaluna 53, Campbell 45
9: Iolani 58, Waiakea 40
10: Kahuku 40, Punahou 39

Boys Division II
5: University 54, Word of Life 52 OT
6: Molokai 52, Pahoa 48
7: Castle 49, Kapaa 46
8: Seabury Hall 58, Hanalani 39
9: Kohala 70, Roosevelt 58
10: Kailua 59, HBA 46, 7 p.m.

Friday
Boys Division I
12: Kalaheo 62, Baldwin 58 1
13:
Punahou 48, Waiakea 44
14: Kamehameha 63, Kaimuki 57 (3OT)
15: Kahuku 56, Iolani 53

Boys Division II
12:
Pahoa 52, Kapaa 46
13: Castle 57, Molokai 44
14: Roosevelt 52, HBA 43
15: Kailua 66, Kohala 57 OT

Saturday
Boys Division I
Fifth Place: Punahou vs Kalaheo 1pm
Third Place: Kaimuki vs Iolani 3 p.m.
Championship: Kamehameha-Kapalama vs Kahuku 7 p.m.

Boys Division II
Fifth Place: Pahoa vs Roosevelt, 9 a.m.
Third Place: Molokai vs Kohala 11 a.m.
Championship
: Castle vs Kailua 5 p.m.

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2008 BIIF Boys Basketball Results

BIIF Championships
February 21, 2009
DI Final
Waiakea 52, Keaau 45.(W) Dakota Allen 15, Mitchell Shinatani 15, Matthew Libao 10, (K) Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 20, Dylan "Haku" Ishibashi 10, Van "Makana" Cazimero 9
DII Final
Kohala 59, Pahoa 43
Roseys Sportshow Video of BIIF Championships

February 20, 2009
Afook Chinen Civic Auditorium
DII Semifinal
Kohala 47, Ka'u 37. (Koh) Brandon Bautista 18, Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo 11, Kapanaia Carvalho 9 (Ka'u)PJ Ramones 10, Thor Soder 9
Pahoa 57, St Joseph 41. (Pah) Jonathan Viernes 18, Isaiah Ekau 13, Sheyton Waters 13
DI Semifinal
Waiakea 89, Hilo 78. Dakota Allen 30, Matt Libao 15, Charles Tatsuhara 13, Chris Mattos 9, (H) Scotty Wong 19, Spencer Pacheco 19, Dustin Leong 16, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 14
Keaau 48, Kamehameha 36. (Kea) Haku Ishibashi 12, Kawika Cazimero 11, Richard Handy 10, Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 10, (Kam) Kulani Soares 12


02/12/09
Kamehameha 49, Kona 45. (Kam) Kulani Soares 10, (Kon) Daniel Royce 19, Dane DeMello 12
Waiakea 60, Kealakehe 59 OT. (W) Mitchel Shintani 18, Clayton Morante 11, (K) Jordan Ursua 20, John Ursua 13, Ryan Delaires 11.
Kohala 74, HPA 36 (K) Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo 21, Kapanaia Carvalho 14, Sean Brannigan 12, Kelson Kawai 10, (H) Keita Kiyomitsu


02/12/09
Kamehameha 62, Keaau 49. (Kam) Kulani Soares 22, Kawika Cazimero 10, (Kea) Richard Handy 18
Honokaa 36, Konawaena 35. (H) Shelton Kalilikane 14, Chris Gambil 10, (K) Sam Unger 10
St Joe 67, Parker 23. (S) Thomas Fairman 11, (P) Travis Morris 6
Pahoa 68, Laupahoehoe 41. (P) Jonathan Viernes 19, Sheyton Waters 16, (L) Lucky Baun 17, Royden Lukzen 10
Ka'u 54, HPA 39. (K) Paul Ramones 23, (H) Keita Kiyomatsu 15, Mika Nikel 12

02/09/09
Keaau 66, Hilo 63 (K) Haku Ishibashi 17, Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 17, Makana Cazimero 15, (H) Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 17, Spencer Pacheco 16, Kainoa Kawaha 12
Kealakehe 54, Konawaena 42. (Kea) Jacob Ontiveros 16, Ryan Delaires 15, John Ursua 11, (Kon) Sam Unger 11, Dakota Smith 11.
St Joseph 72, Laupahoehoe 34. (S) Royden Masulit 23, Jeremy Andrade 11, Jacob Andrade 10, (L) Michael Leboeuf 17
Pahoa 84, Parker 44 (Pah) Jonathan Viernes 31, (Par) Dakota Berman 11
Kohala 90, Ka'u 60. (Koh) Brandon Bautista 19, Dvavan Cackley 12, John Allan Antonio 12, Sean Brannigan 11, (Ka'u) PJ Ramones 20, Thor Soder 12, Rolland Alcoran 10

02/07/09
Keaau 56, Honokaa 51. (K) Haku Ishibashi 11, Makana Cazimero 11, (H) Jake Valente 14
Waiakea 58, Kona 54. (W) Dakota Allen 20, Mitchel Shintani 15, Chris Mattos 12, (K) Sam Unger 20, Dakota Smith 10
Kamehameha 63, Kealakehe 40. (Kam) Kulani Soares 16, Jace Carvalho 16, Colby Cabatu 10, (Kea) John Ursua 10
St Joseph 72, Ka'u 65. (S) Jacob Andrade 21, Sebi Ohara-Saft 15, Royden Masulit 10, (K) Thor Soder 19, PJ Ramones 18, Mathiias Cuison 13
Kohala 77, Parker 27. (K) Kelson Kawai 13, (P) Evan Nielson 9


02/06/09
Kohala 62, Laupahoehoe 24. (K) Brandon Bautista 2, Djavan Cackley 9, (L) Royden Lukzen 10

02/05/09
Waiakea 49, Kamehameha 39. Mitchel Shintani 13, Chris Mattos 11, Matt Libao 9, (K) Jayce Carvalho 9
Pahoa 60, St Joseph 58 OT. (P) Johnathan Viernes 25, John Byrd 11 (S) Royden Masulit 25, Jacob Andrade 15, Will Scanlan Leite 11
Ka'u 69, Laupahoehoe 29 Mathias Cuison 14, Pal Jeremy Ramones 11, Robert Peralta 11, Rolland Alcoran, (L) Philip Daquep 13
HPA 62, Parker 53. (H) Mika Nikel 20, (P) Dakota Berman 28
Keaau 46, Kealakehe 44. (Keaau) Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 12, Makana Cazimero 11, (Keal) Jordan Ursua 13, John Ursua 12
Hilo 58, Kona 51.(H) Dustin Leong 13, James Batulanon 12, (K) Dakota Smith 15, Sam Unger 13

02/03/09
Waiakea 52, Honokaa 39. Chris Mattos 12, Matt Libao 8, (H) Kapena Esquerra 6
Kealakehe 59, Hilo 47. (K) John Ursua 19, Jordan Ursua 8, Ryan Delaires 8

01/31/09
Ka'u 86, Parker 49. (K) Rolland Alcoral 27, Robert Peralta 11, Thor Solder 10, (P) Evan Nielson 21

01/30/09
St Joseph 65, HPA 30. (S) Royden masulit 17, Jacob Andrade 17, (H) Keita Kiyomitsu 19
Kohala 63, Pahoa 49. (K) Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo 19, John Allen Antonio 19, (P) Sheyton Waters 16, Isaiah Ekau 15
Hilo 77, Honokaa 65. (Hilo) Dustin Leong 21, Scotty Wong 20, Spencer Pacheco 12, (Hon) Micah Dunhour 18, Pono Hookahi 11
Keaau 42, Konawaena 41. (Kea) Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 14, Haku Ishibashi 8, Makana Cazimero 8, (Kon) Sam Unger 23, Daniel Royce 9

01/28/09
Kohala 59, St Joseph 58. (K) Brandon Bautista 16, Kapanaia Carvalho 14, (S) Jacob Andrade 15, Thomas Fairman 15
Pahoa 67, Ka'u 59. (P) Jonathan Viernes 27, Isaiah Ekau 16, (K) PJ Ramones 27, Thor Soder 11
HPA 36, Laupahoehoe 33. (H) Keita Kiyomatsu 12, Keanu Yamamamoto 10, (L) Royden Lukzen 12, Michael Leboeuf 11
Waiakea 59, Keaau 55 OT. (W) Chris Mattos 20, Dakota Allen 14, (K) Makana Cazimero 14, Mtume-Msikizi-Jackson 13
Kamehameha 50, Honokaa 39. (K) Kawika Cazimero 17, Jayce Carvalho 11, (H) SHelton Kalilikane 8

01/27/09
Hilo 69, Kamehameha 56. (H) Scotty Wong 27, Dustin Leong 10, (K) Kulani Soares 20, Jace Carvalho 16, Kawika Cazimero 12

01/26/09
Waiakea 77, Hilo 70 OT. (W) Dakota Allen 22, Rico Asuncion 19, (H) Scotty Wong 21, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 14
Kealakehe 63, Honokaa 55. (K) John Ursua 20, Ryan Delaires 15, Jordan Ursua 13, (H) Shelton Kalilikane 18, Kapena Esquerra 16
Parker 57, Laupahoehoe. (P) Dakota Berman 18, Williams Stephans 14, Hannah Adona 14, (L)Michael Leboeuf 14
Pahoa 68, HPA 48. (P) Jonathan Viernes 24, Isaiah Ekau 19, (H) Keoki Phillips 14, Keita Kiyomitsu 14


01/24/09
Kamehameha 62, Hilo 53.  (K) Kawika Cazimero 15, Kulani Soares 12, Jace Carvalho 12, DJ Kamakaiwi 10, (H) Scotty Wong 15, James Batulanon 14 
Ka'u 62, Pahoa 55. (K) PJ Ramones 26, Rolland Alcoran 13, (P) Isaiah Ekau, 22, Jonathan Viernes 21
Kohala 58, HPA 34 . (K) Cameron Tabiol0 21, Brandon Bautista 10, (H) Keith Kiyomitsu 14
Keaau 43, Honokaa 37. (K) Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 14, Sekona Holani 11, Haku Ishibashi 10, (H) Shelton Kalilikane 13
Kona 40, Kealakehe 35. (K) Sam Unger 9, Jordan Ursua 11, Jonathan Ontiveros 10.


01/22/09
Hilo 77, Honokaa 70. (H) Scotty Wong 25, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 19, James Batulanon 12, (Hon) Chris Gambill 16
Kohala 54, St Joe 52. Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo 18, Kapanaia Carvalho 11, (S) Sebi Ohara-Saft 13, Jacob Andrade 13
Parker 63 Laupahoehoe 35, (P) Evan Nielsen 20, Dakota Berman 17, Dylan Emley 12, Travis Morris 11
Kealakehe 62, Waiakea 59. John Ursua 16, Ryan Delaires 13, Jordan Ursua 11, (W) Chris Mattos 12, Matt Libao 9


01/20/09
Waiakea 71, Hilo 60. (W) Chris Mattos 21, Mitchel Shintani 18, Dakota Allen 11, (H) James Batulanon 17, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 16, Scotty Wong 13
Kona 65, Honokaa 60 OT
Keaau 50, Kamehameha 40. (Kea) Makana Cazimero 16, Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 10, Richard Handy 9, (Kam) Kulani Soares 16, Jayce Carvalho 12
St Joseph 77, Parker 24. (S) Jeremy Andrade 12, Jacob Andrade 11 Sebi Ohara-Saft 10
Pahoa 63, Laupahoehoe 28. (P) Jonathan
Viernes 12, Sheyton Waters 11, (P) Lucky Baun
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01/17/09
Ka'u 80, HPA 49. (K) PJ Ramones 27, Thor Soder 17, Rolland Alcoran 15, (H) 24, Keanu Yamamoto 10

01/16/09
Kamehameha 72, Honokaa 60. (K) Kulani Soares 22, Kawika Cazimero 17, Christian Kahookaulana 11
Kohala 64, Pahoa 57.(K) Brandon Bautista 30, Djavan Cackley 14, (P) Isaiah Ekau 26, Jonathan Viernes 12, John Byrd 11
Keaau 48, Konawaena 38. (Kea) Makana Cazimero 11, Sekona Holani 11, (Kon) Daniel Royce 10, Daniel 10

01/13/09
Keaau 64, Kealakehe 55. (Keaau) Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 19, Richard Handy 19, (Keal) Jordan Ursua 14
Hilo 61, Konawaena 58. (H) Scotty Wong 16, James Batulanon 15, Dustin Leong 12, (K) Sam Unger 18, Daniel Royce 14, Dakota Smith 10
St Joe 61, Pahoa 56. (S) Thomas Fairman 20, Royden Masulit 18, Jacob Andrade 10, (P) Isaia Ekau 16, Sheyton Waters 16
Ka'u 75, Laupahoehoe 20 (K) Rolland Alcoran 16, Robert Peralta 14, Mathias Cuison 13, Matt Tailon 10
HPA 58, Parker 43 (H) Mika Nickel 23, Keita Kiyomatsu 10, (P) Dylan Emly 13


01/11/09
Honokaa 45, Waiakea 42 :(H) Shelton Kalilikane 17, Chris Gambill 11, (W) Chris Mattos 17, Matt Libao 12
Kamehameha 35, Konawaena 34 : (Kam) Kawika Cazimero 11, (Kon) Sam Unger 10, Daniel Royce 10
St Joseph 62, HPA 46 :(S) Royden Masulit 20, Jacob Andrade 17, (H) Mika Nikel 18
Kohala 71, Laupahoehoe 17: Djavan Cackley 15, Kapanai'a Carvalho 13, (L) Lucky Baun 8

01/10/09
Kamehameha 61, Kealakehe 54 OT : (Kam) Kulani Soares 17, Kawika Cazimero 14, Jayce Carvalho 10, (Kea) Jordan Ursua 23, Thomas Naehu 11
Waiakea 52, Keaau 9 :(W) Chris Mattos 16, Isaak Janado 10, (K) Makana Cazimero 20, Richie Handy 11
HPA 49, Laupahoehoe 22 : (H) Mika Nickel 13, Keanu Yamamoto 10 (L) Royden lukzen 8
Ka'u 72, Parker 37  :(K) PJ Ramones 16, Rolland Alcoran 14, Dillo Ballo 10, Mathias Cuison 10


01/09/09
Kau 53, St Joseph 48 : (K) Robert Peralta 26, Rolland Alcoran 8, (S) Sebi Ohara-Saft 15, Jacob Andrade 10

01/08/09
Waiakea 60, Konawaena 55 :(W) Mitchell Shintani 14, Chris Mattos 12, Isaiak Janado 12, (K) Dakota Smith 15, Sam Unger 14
Kealakehe 72, Hilo 68 :(K) John Ursua 27, Jordan Ursua 14, (H) Scotty Wong 22, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 13, Dustin Leong 11
Pahoa 63, HPA 37 :(P) John Byrd 13, Sheyton Waters, Bryan Miguel 10, (H) Mika Nickel, Keita Kiyomitsu 15
Kohala 52, Parker 18 :(K) Brandon Bautista 10, (P) Dakota Berman 9

01/06/08
Waiakea 41, Kamehameha 34 : Mitchell Shintani 10, Chris Mattos 10, Isaac Chung 5, Dakota Allen 5, Kam; Kawika Cazimero 13, Christian Kohookaulana 6, DJ Kamakaiwi 5, Kulani Soares 5, DJ Kamakaiwi 5
Hilo 65, Keaau 62 : (H) Dustin Leong 18, Scotty Wong 15, Spencer Pacheco 11, (K) Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 21, Haku Ishibashi 17, Makana Cazimero 12
Pahoa 76, Parker 26 : (Pahoa) Isaiah Ekau 25, Jonathan Viernes 21, (Parker) Jay Williams-Stephens 6
Honokaa 53, Kealakehe 43 :(H) Shelton Kalilikane 13, Pono Hookaha 11, (K) Jordan Ursua 11, Jacob Ontiveros 11
St Joseph 84, Laupahoehoe 23 :(S) Jacob Andrade 15, Devyn MOnberg 11, Jeremy Andrade 11, (L) Lucky Baun 9, Philip Daquep 9


St Joe/Waiakea Preseason Tournament -Afook Chinen Civic Auditorium
Finals - 12/13/08
Championship -Iolani 41, Waiakea 38; 2nd Keaau 42, Kam-Hi 31, 3rd; Pahoa 76, Konawaena 71, 4th; St Joe 65, Hilo 57, 5th; Kealakehe 58, Laupahoehoe 20, 6th;  Kohala 73, Ka'u 38, 7th; HPA 48, Kaahamanu Hou 38.

Third Round Scores - 12/12/08
Iolani 51, Kam-Hi 36; Kona 40, St Joe 28; Kealakehe 57, Kohala 55; Ka'u 55, Kaahamanu-Hou 44; Waiakea 61, Keaau 42; Hilo 63, Laupahoehoe 13; Pahoa 51, HPA 35

Second Round Scores -12/11/08
Waiakea I 70, HPA 25; Iolani 63, Konawaena 46; Kamehameha-Hi 46, St Joe 43; Kealakehe 62, Kaaahumanu Hou 55; Kohala 51, Ka'u 36; Keaau 72, Hilo 58; Pahoa 63, Laupahoehoe 27

First Round Scores -12/10/08
Iolani 69, Kohala 47; Konawaena 52, Ka'u 48; Kamehameha-Hi 69, Kealakehe 45; Waiakea II 51, Keaau 47; Hilo 74, Pahoa 62; Waiakea I 66, Laupahoehoe 16.

Laupahoehoe JV Tournament -December 3-5
Hilo 58, Ka'u 24 -Championship
St Joseph 42, Kohala 24 - Third Place
Konawaena 29, Kamehameha 28 -Fifth Place
Pahoa 35, Lauphoehoe 31 - Seventh Place
Other scores:
Kohala 56, Laupahoehoe 33. Hilo 60, Pahoa 33; St Joe 33, Kamehameha 23; Ka'u 42, Konawaena 32; Kohala 56, Laupahoehoe 33.

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2007 BIIF Boys Basketball Video Clips
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Hawaii Sports Page BIIF Selections DII
DII Selections
 
The surprise of the season was the emergence of the Cardinal. Without a true center and a relatively young team, no one thought the Cardinals would challenge for the BIIF DII Title. Not very deep but with some promising young talent Coach Harry Scanlan-Leite got the most of his players. His patient half court 1-4 motion and effective zone offense kept most opponents at bay. His team was able to knock off DI opponents Honokaa and Hilo. Also they were able to defeat DII defending champion Kohala in the first game of the season. His team played together with patience and composure on offense and defense and was enjoyable for fans to watch. Earning a second bid to the HHSAA tournament and for his team’s play he is Hawaii Sports Page coach of the year. Don Fernandez came in second in the balloting for DII coach as the Kohala Cowboys ran away with the title in the BIIF tournament.

Brandon Bautista could very well be the best player to come out of Kohala in many many moons. The young Bautista is our player of the year for his leadership of the Cowboys. His offensive assists and ball handling made Kohala a most balanced team. Kohala’s fast paced style fit Bautista well. Jacob Andrade was the Danny Ainge of the Cardinals. His pesky defense and pure shooting made him the best scoring sophomore in the DII level. A great shooter and ball handler Andrade should have a promising career for the Cardinals in years to come. Cassius Aiwohi-Kegler made a strong push for player of the year by being the defender in the paint for St Joseph. Without a true center Aiwohi-Kegler was responsible for making the smaller Cardinals inside tougher. Many felt Kegler was the most important link to their success. Djavan Cackley was the scoring machine for the Bulls of Parker. The free style offense of the Bulls fit Cackley as he scored in bunches and one time almost hit 50 points in a game versus a DI opponent. Mana Pasco was Kohala’s most steady inside player as Alex Vujovich was hurt in the beginning of the season. Pasco had a good BIIF tournament and his steady rebounding and smart offensive skills helped the Cowboys tremendously down the wire. Jonathan Viernes kept Pahoa in most of the games versus DII opponents and his scoring ability made opponents honest in their defensive attack.

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BIIF First Team Boys Basketball Division II

COACH OF THE YEAR
– Harry Scanlan-Leite  St Joseph
PLAYER OF THE YEAR – Brandon Bautista Kohala So.
                                                   

Position
Player
School
 
G
Jacob Andrade
St Joseph
SO
G
Djavan Cackley
Parker
SR
C
Cassius Aiwohi-Kegler
St Joseph
JR
F
Mana Pasco
Kohala
SR
F
Jonathan Viernes
Pahoa
JR

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BIIF Second Team Boys Basketball Division II


Position
Player
School
 
G
PJ Ramones
Ka’u
JR
G
Tyler Pilor
Laupahoehoe
SR
C
Alex Vujovich
Kohala
JR
F
Sheyton Waters
Pahoa
JR
F
Rannen Tagupu-Kukuhiwa
HPA
JR

 

Honorable Mentions
HPA: Keita Kiyomatsu, Honu Look

Ka’u: Blaine Oliveira, Skyler Torres

Kohala: Blaise Kise, Tobe Kailimai
Laupahoehoe: Preston Cacho, Lucky Baun

Pahoa: RJ Julian, Isaiah Ekau

Parker: Alex Nielson
St Joseph: Sekona Holani, Will Scanlan-Leite, Royden Masulit


Hawaii Sports Page selects by a poll of either of coaches, fans, officials and sports volunteers. Nominees are selected by starting rosters and main contributors for their teams. Each pollster ranks each position 1-5 with their player selections. This system was selected to avoid ties and ensures that all starters are given fair opportunities for votes.

 

2008 HHSAA Tournament

Punahou squeezes past Kamehameha

By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 23, 2008: Punahou squeezed past a resilient Kamehameha-Hawaii team to win the HHSAA DI tournament last night at the Neal Blaisedell arena. The contest saw a composed Kamehameha handle Punahou's full court pressure and had a chance to win the game with the ball and possesion at the end. Hogan Rosehill had a game high 20 points for the Warriors and Kameron Steinhoff led the Buffanblu with 13 points. This was the BIIF's highest finish since 2000 when Larry Manliguis and the Hilo High Vikings won the HHSAA title. Kamehameha was able to break Punahou's full court press and convert many for easy baskets that led to an early first quarter lead. However, Punahou was able to make a 12-0 run in the second quarter and taking a 23-19 lead into the locker room at the intermission.

Punahou's half court man seemed to disrupt the Kamehameha offense as it sputtered in that second quarter. Meanwhile, Punahou kept their inside pressure on offense and made some easy inside points or was fouled making their free throws. Hogan Rosehill sat out for some time in the second period and Kulani Soares was called on to assist on big men Kameron Steinhoff (6-5), and Trevor Crabbe (6-6). Punahou's big muscle player Manti Te'o was also in foul trouble and sat out for most part of the second quarter. In the third quarter Kamehameha fought back to tie the game and eventually go ahead mainly due to the hustle of the team defense and inside rebounding of Rosehill and Kealoha Kramer, however Punahou made a run just before the third quarter ended to tie the game at 33-33.

In the fourth quarter the lead would see saw back and forth with Kamehameha holding on to a slim one point lead with more than a minute remaining. However, Punahou Manti Te'o answered on layup to put Punahou ahead with 44 seconds remaining. Kamehameha would call time out to set up a last play but made an errant pass out of bounds to give Punahou possesion and the lead. Kamehameha fouled Punahou, which made their two free throws to seal the game. Konawaena won by forfeit over Moanalua which was suspended due to an ineligible player. Kohala defeated Kaiser 63-59 for fifth place in the HHSAA DII division.

Trey Note: Punahou reserve and sixth man Shane Yoshiyama used to play for the Manoa basketball teams that used to make it's annual trek to Hilo for the Hi-Pal Winter Classic and the Kona Pony tournaments. Shane's father Steve Yoshiyama and Cody Waltjen's (Kamehameha) father Woody Waltjen became good friends due to these annual tournaments.
 
   
Farrington beat Aiea in overtime to take the DII HHSAA Boys Tournament. Two former Hilo residents Kory Naeole and Keenan Naeole were rising baseball and basketball players here in Hilo before their father Toby Naeole found a promising Job in Honolulu. Both play on the Aiea basketball and baseball teams and have found success. Kory Naeole and Keenan once caught the eye of several Kamehameha coaches including Randy Apele in a scrimmage between Kamehameha middle school and Eastside Playaz basketball organization at the Kamehameha middle school gym.

Kamehameha Reaches HHSAA Final
By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 23, 2008: Kamehameha defeated Moanalua 51-45 last night in the HHSAA DI Boys Basketball Championships at the Neal Blaisdell Arena. Kealoha Kramer scored 14 points while Colton Collins added 12. Moanalua's Stevie Austin scored 18 points. The Warriors now face ILH second seed Punahou which defeated Konawaena last night 61-35. Kahuku native Football phenom Manti Teo scored 16 points for the Buffanblu while Robert Toma contributed 12 and Kameron Steinhoff had 11. Darryl Milana and Kekoa Carvalho had ten points each. Trey Note: Punahou's Kameron Steinhoff is no stranger to Big Island Boys Basketball players. Steinhoff came to several youth tournaments on the Big Island including the Papaikou Shootout, Kona Stingrays and WYBT tournaments. His youth coach was Robin Puahala who is a police officer on Oahu. Youth coaches like Puahala are the root of all good high school players, who instill good fundamentals and valuable tournament experience while young.
 

All State Player of the year Kameron Steinhoff seen here with the headband around his neck with his Pearl City team mates in the Papaikou Shootout at Papaikou gym in 2003. Pearl City was coached by Robin Puahala seen here with Gameboyz coach David Aspili. Pearl City lost to the Waialua Tigers in the championship game led by Jacob Baritt (St. Louis). Other teams in the Papaikou tournament included the Gameboyz, Piopio Bears, Stingrays, Andrews and Waiakea Uka. All BIIF players to play in the tournament included Reece Alnas (Kohala), Ryan Bautista (Kohala), Kekai Cazimero (Gameboyz), Ikaika Harris (Gameboyz), Collin Cabatbat (Bears),TJ Yasuhara (Bears), Russel Kackley (Waiakea Uka), Cody Waltjen (Bears), Kekoa Carvalho (Stingrays), Keoni Carvalho (Stingrays), Kelden Lee (Gameboyz) Ryan Fukunaga (Gameboyz), and Kawika Cazimero (Gameboyz).

Kohala edges University to move to fifth place title game
By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 23, 2008: Kohala moved into the title match of the fifth place game by defeating University 65-60. Brandon Bautista had a game high 18 while Mana Pasco had 11 for the Cowboys. Nah Cong-Viernes and Victor Jube had 13 each while Dylan Gomez chipped in 10. St Joseph defeated Kauai 75-70 in consolation play as Jacob Andrade scored 29 points for the Cardinals. Basil Walton scored 22 for the Red Raiders.

Kamehameha-Hawaii and Konawaena reach Semifinals in HHSAA Tourney
By HawaiiSportspage.Com
February 21, 2008: At McKinley High School gym, Kamehameha-Hawaii beat brother school Kamehameha-Maui 52-38 while Konawaena escaped a last quarter rally by Kamehameha-Kapalama 54-53.. This is the first time that all three Kamehameha campus teams have been in a HHSAA quarter final round at one time. Colton Collins scored 12 points for Kamehameha-Hawaii while Kekoa Turberville scored 12 for KHS-Maui. Kamehameha-HI jumped to a 13 point lead after the first quarter and expanded on it to sixteen after three quarters. At Radford High School gym, Konawaena opened up a 12 point half time lead mainly due to a good second quarter. Kamehameha-Kapalama cut the lead to nine by the end of three quarters. KHS-Kapalama outscored Kona 22-14 making it anybodies game at the end. However the Wildcats hung on to win.

In DII action Kohala lost their opening game by losing to Farrington 53-34 at Pearl City High School. St Joseph played Word of Life in the consolation bracket. Farrington beat Pearl City in first round action 50-39
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BIIF Boys Basketball Championships
 
Liftee lifts Wildcats to DI Championship

By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 15, 2008: Konawaena did the little things that win Championships and Konawaena's little big man Hookela Liftee did just that. Liftee made some key passes, including an unbelievable assist to Carvalho, played defense and then forced a turnover as time expired. Although Liftee scored only eight points, his third quarter play ignited Konawaena past Kamehameha. Kekoa Carvalho carried the Wildcats in the fourth quarter posting up and creating inside opportunities and defensive problems for the Warriors.

Kamehameha seemed to be cruising in the first half leading 11-7 after the first quarter and 23-16 at the half. Isaiah Kekaulua hit a big time trey from 26 feet with time running out to sieze the momentum for the Warriors just before the half. The largest crowd of the year for a BIIF game went wild in appreciation for the almost desperate attempt. Kona would open up the third quarter with defensive pressure and held Kamehameha to only one basket for the quarter. Hogan Rosehill got into early foul trouble and sat out for most part of the third quarter. That is when Konawaena attacked and took control of the game. Senior Kalii Kunitomo and Liftee asserted offensive pressure by attacking the basket. Kunitomo hit a layup with 3:06 to give the Wildcats a 26-23 lead and Kona never gave up the lead there after.

Kekaulua again was in a last second play as the third quarter ended but with reverse consequences. Kekaulua got called for a foul as time expired giving Konawaena two free throw attempts. However, only one free throw was made to give the Wildcats a 29-25 lead.

Carvalho got the important first basket of the fourth quarter giving the Wildcats a 31-25 lead. Kekaulua hit a big trey after Konawaena went ahead 34-28 with 6:19 to go to pull Kamehameha within three points 34-31. After a change of possession Warrior Kawika Cazimero then hit a pull up jumper to make it 34-33. Carvalho was fouled and converted one of two foul shots to make it 36-33. Wildcat Milana then fouled Kamehameha's Colton Collins who converted one of two free throws to make it 36-34 Konawaena. Konawaena would pull ahead 42-38 with less that 2 minutes left in the ball game behind Carvalho's scoring. Warrior Cazimero then would knock a three pointer with 1:37 left to pull the Warriors within one point 42-41. At this point it was anybody's game. Konawaena would run the clock; Kamehameha sat back in a sagging man defense preventing an easy layup or foul situation and challenging the Wildcats to take an outside shot. Kamehameha would then be forced to foul with 39 seconds left and time running out. Carvalho went to the charity stripe and missed the front end of a one and one free throw and the ball was rebounded by Kealoha Kramer of the Warriors. Warrior Coach Nelson Wong called a time out with 31 seconds left to talk about winning on a last basket. Kamehameha patiently looked for their opportunity but did not force the issue. The Warriors then used a full time out with nine seconds left to set up one last quick hitter. On the inbound play the ball was stolen as Konawaena sealed the Championship winning the BIIF tournament and winning the regular season championship. With the BIIF Championship Konawaena will probably get a first round bye in the upcoming HHSAA DI Tournament. Kamehameha will also make a return trip to Oahu as the BIIF second seed and play opening day of the tournament. Kekoa Carvalho led all scorers with 17 points, while Kealoha Kramer led Kamehameha with 14 points followed by Isaiah Kekaulua with 13. Members of the Konawaena team include Jordan Awa-Williams, Hookela Liftee, Kali'I Kunitomo, Frank Ah Too, Sam Unger, Thomas Deniz, Kekoa Carvalho, Darryl Milana, Daniel Royce, Tim Johnson, Tovaega U'ulopa, Dakota Smith, Austonn Lazoff, Dave DeMello, and Joshua Kalili. The Wildcats are coached by Head coach Donnie Awa and BJ Ellis.


Cowboy's Pressure Stymies Cardinal

By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 15, 2008: Kohala used an all around solid game to run past St Joseph 56-37 in the BIIF DII Championship. St Joseph was never able to get into their half court game as the Kohala full court pressure disrupted their tempo. It was a full team effort for the Cowboys, which looked bigger, stronger and quicker than the Cardinals. Coach Don Fernandez went deep into his bench early and often keeping his troops fresh and it worked as the tempo wore down a Cardinal team with limited depth. Led by point guard Brandon Bautista and big man Alex Vujovich, Kohala was able to get quick baskets on turnovers and ran a solid half court game with their five out motion. Mana Pasco led Kohala with 13 points while Brandon Bautista had nine. Jacob Andrade led the Cardinals with 13 points. With the win Kohala will be the top seed for the BIIF and may get a first round bye in the Upcoming HHSAA tournament on Oahu.  St Joseph will also represent the BIIF in the HHSAA tournament. Members of the Kohala Championship team include; Dean Snelling, Arvin Campollo, Brandon Bautista, Sean Brannigan, Blaise Kise, Tobe Kailimai, Alex Vujovich, Cameron Naihe-Tabiolo, Mana Pasco, John Allen Antonio and Zeke Perry. Coaches for Kohala are head coach Don Fernandez and assistants James Marquez and Kihei Kapeliela.




Kamehameha Kapalama Shoots out Honokaa
 
By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 18, 2008: Kamehameha-Kapalama shot lights out as they downed Honokaa 50-27. It was a reunion of sorts for Pii Mins and Auwae Derego of the Warriors of the ILH. Auwae Derego, Pii Mins, Kien Aveiro, Keala Freitas and Chris Gambil were part of a successful youth team Waimea Knights, which was coached by their uncle Honokaa assistant coach Randy Gambil. The Knights would challenge for the championship in every 3 on 3 tournament and Hi-Pal holiday tournaments. Mins would also make the trek to play in the Hi-Pal Christmas tournament in Hilo with the successful Hoops Pa'ina team coached by Mid Pac coach Jeff Won. Hoops Pa'ina became the most exciting youth boys team to watch as they won every youth tournament in Hawaii and in Las Vegas. Mins speed and athleticism made him a future player to watch. Hoops Pa' ina had some memorable games against the Gameboys and the Piopio Bears team that had Hogan Rosehill, Cody Waltjen, Colin Cabatbat, TJ Yasuhara, Colton Collins, coached by Mark Saito. The Waimea Knights team would also have some memorable games against the Gameboys team whose members included; Vicky Tagalicod, Ryan Fukunaga, Kawika Cazimero, Makana Cazimero, Haku Ishibashi and Isaac Chung.
 
DeRego whose family is from Waimea transferred to Kamehameha-Kapalama and has made an impact for the Warriors. Kawika Lyons led Kamehameha with 15 points while Keala Freitas led Honokaa with eight points. Kamehameha ran to a 19-7 halftime lead and stretched the lead to 36-12 after three quarters.
Kamehameha-Kapalama with the win earned the last HHSAA tournament bid and has a solid chance to capture the tournament.

CLASSIC 3 on 3 Kona Tourney -Waimea Knights Vs. Gameboyz


Classic Video Of 3 on 3 In Kona featuring Waimea Knights and Gameboyz with Auwae Derego, Pii Mins, & Kien Aveiro vs. Kawika Cazimero, Ryan Fukunaga & Isaac Chung. Also one year later with Hookela Freitas, Vicky Tagalicod and Kelden Lee in action.


HHSAA Girls & Boys Basketball Brackets Announced

Click below for HHSAA Website for full brackets
DI Girls
DII Girls
DI Boys
DII Boys
 

2008 BIIF DI & DII Playoffs

By HawaiiSportsPage.com
February 14, 2008

Kamehameha slays the Dragons for HHSAA Berth
Kamehameha downed Honokaa last night 68-49 at the Kamehameha-Hawaii campus. Konawaena defeated Waiakea last night giving the automatic second HHSAA tournament bid to Kamehameha. Honokaa came out some what sluggish after battling Hilo to the wire the night before. Kamehameha's home court advantage and fresh legs proved to be the difference. Kamehameha avenged an earlier season 56-52 loss to Honokaa. Warrior Hogan Rosehill had a big game scoring 24 point while Kealoa Kramer and Colton Collins contributed 14 each. Honokaa Kapanaia Carvalho finished with 19 points and Kien Carvalho had 13 points for the Dragons. Honokaa still has a chance to go to the HHSAA tournament if it can win versus Waiakea and the third seed ILH team on Saturday.

Konawaena's defense holds down Waiakea
Konawaena held the balance offensive attack of Waiakea down enroute to a 56-31 victory. The Wildcat defense held the Warriors to only 14 point in the first half and was able to frustrate the Waiakea scorers all night. TJ Yasuhara was the only Warrior to hit double figures with 10. Wildcat Austonn Lazoff had a game high 14 points. Konawaena will now meet Kamehameha-Hawaii in the Championship game on Friday at the Civic Auditorium. The winner will get the BIIF championship along with the BIIF top seed in the HHSAA tournament on Oahu. Waiakea now become road Warriors travelling to Honokaa tonight to face the Dragons for the right to play the ILH third seed on Saturday for the final HHSAA tournament bid. Honokaa and Waiakea will have to play four games in five nights to achieve that feat. Last year Konawaena enjoyed a successful BIIF tournament finishing runner up with a victory over second seed Keaau. However, due to Honokaa (BIIF regular season champion) being upset in the semifinal game the BIIF tournament champion (Kamehameha) got the automatic bid. Konawaena then lost to ILH third seed St. Louis at Kealakekua for the HHSAA last tournament bid.

Kohala gets into DII Championship with victory over Pahoa
Kohala beat Pahoa last night in Kapaau 61-25. Kohala's size advantage and the full court pressure was the difference in the game. Sophomore Brandon Bautista scored 19 points to lead the Cowboy attack and Mana Pasco and Alex Vujovich had strong games with 12 points each. The Daggers finish the season with a 5-10 record.

St Joseph Eliminates Ka'u
The Cardinal took care of business at the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium defeating Ka'u 59-41.  Sophomore guard Jacob Andrade scored 22 points to lead St Joseph to the showdown title game against Kohala on Friday night at the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium. The winner of the Kohala, St Joseph game gets the BIIF championship and the BIIF top seed in the DII HHSAA tournament. Royden Masulit and Senior Paul Batad enjoyed solid offensive and defensive games. Julian Naboa was good for 10 points to lead the vastly improved Trojans.

February 13, 2007
Honokaa survives playoff scare
 

Hilo sprinted to a 4 point lead behind quick layups by Ryan Fukunaga and Lucky Ranario within seconds of the game forcing Honokaa to take a quick time out, which would signal Honokaa was in a battle. Hilo kept the offensive pressure on Honokaa until the second quarter when Honokaa took advantage of Hilo’s coaching staff's decision to rest three of the team’s starters. Honokaa stretched their lead to thirteen points behind Honokaa's Kien Aveiro and Justin Raquel scoring surge. Hilo reinserted their starters with little more than two minutes left before the half and was able to cut the lead to seven points at the intermission. Honokaa and Hilo traded baskets in the third quarter with Honokaa’s outside shooting of Raquel and Keala Frietas and Hilo’s inside finishing game of Nick Acosta and Kahiau Kapsky. Honokaa kept their lead of seven at the end of the three quarters and started the fourth quarter with some quick baskets that brought the Dragon’s lead to 13 points.

Hilo would fight back with an inside basket by Junior Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe and two quick treys by Junior guard Ryan Fukunaga to bring Hilo within four points with little more than six minutes in the game. Honokaa coach Eddie Rodrigues called time out and instructed defender Shelton Kalilikane to deny Hilo guard Ryan Fukunaga any more shots and quickly seized the momentum back. Honokaa then went on an offensive run and stretched their lead to 11 points. With less than two minutes left, Hilo played quick foul using reserves to foul and send Honokaa to the line. The strategy worked as Hilo crept back into the game when Honokaa missed some major free throws and Hilo got the ball inside and was fouled. The Vikings got within three points when Nick Acosta hit a walk up trey with 44 seconds left in the game. However, the Vikings quickly fouled and Honokaa converted two free throws to send the lead to five. Hilo failed to convert on the next possesion and was forced to foul again and Honokaa converted free throws to extend the lead to seven. On the following inbounds, Honokaa used a double team deny and press strategy and caught Hilo off guard on the inbound pass causing two turnovers  to seal the victory. Honokaa had a balance of scorers with senior Kien Aveiro finishing with 18 points, hot shooting Justin Raquel had 16, Kapanaia Carvalho, Keala Frietas and Shelton Kalilikane all contributed 12 each.  Hilo senior Nick Acosta finished with a game high 25 while junior Ryan Fukunaga added 10 to lead the Vikings. Honokaa now travels to Kamehameha in the BIIF DI semifinal game tonight at 7pm at the Kamehameha-Hawaii Campus Gym. If Konawaena defeats Waiakea the winner of the Honokaa and Kamehameha semifinal game gets an automatic second HHSAA bid. If Waiakea wins, then the winner of the BIIF DI Championship will determine the HHSAA DI bid.

Waiakea ends Keaau’s season
 
Waiakea defeated Keaau at the Cougars home gym with a big 58-40 victory. The win gave Waiakea a second round semifinal game invite to Ellison Onizuka Gym to face Konawaena the BIIF DI top seed. The winner gets into the DI Championship. Colin Cabatbat led the Warriors (10-4) with a game high 21 points, while team mate TJ Yasuhara added 10. The Cougars (10-4) were led by Mtume MSkizi –Jackson who had 20 points.

Pahoa Wins First Round DII Game

Pahoa defeated Laupahoehoe 59-44 at Pahoa High School Gym. Jonathan Viernes scored 21 points while Sheyton Waters contributed 18 and Esiah Ekau added 16 for Pahoa (5-9). Laupahoehoe’s (1-13) Tyler Pilor added 15, while Lucky Baun had 13 and Preston Cacho had 10. Pahoa will travel to Kohala tonight to face the Cowboys (7-6) in DII semifinal action at 7pm..

Ka’u surprises HPA in Waimea

Ka’u player Skyler Torres hit a game winning layup with time running out to give the Trojans a 55-53 victory over HPA. The Trojans advance into the semifinals of DII championship tonight versus St Joseph at 7pm at the Afook-Chinen Auditorium. Ka’u (4-10) had balance scoring from Robert Peralta (12), Julian Naboa (10) and Skyler Torres (10). HPA’s Rannen Tagupa-Kukahiwa led all scorers with 25 points while Keoki Phillips added 14 for the Kamakani (3-11).

Honokaa defeats Waiakea for third in BIIF
February 14, 2008: Honokaa defeated Waiakea 78-59 in Honokaa to take third place in the BIIF Tournament. The win gave the Dragons a one game playoff with Interscholastic League of Honolulu third place team Kamehameha-Kapalama. The winner of that game gets the last HHSAA tournament bid. Honokaa got 30 huge points from the interior scoring of Kien Aveiro. Honokaa held a slim five point lead at the half but stretched it to fifteen after three quarters. Both teams played shoot out in the fourth quarter with the Dragons outscoring Waiakea 25-21. Fans got to enjoy 80 points combined in the high scoring second half. Honokaa now will finally get a day of rest after playing three straight nights. They will play Kamehameha-Kapalama on Saturday at the Afook Chinen Civic Auditorium at 3pm. Warrior Colin Cabatbat finished his sterling high school career with 20 points.

 

Manliguis Legendary

Hilo High Coach Larry Manliguis Was Legendary

Hawaii Sports Page.com
December 27, 2007: Long time Hilo High Viking Boy's Basketball coach Larry Manliguis lost his life early this morning after battling an illness, he was 65. Manliguis was diagnosed with a severe illness prior to the start of the 2007-08 Boys BIIF Basketball Season in November. Larry Manliguis played for and was an alumnus of Hilo High School. This 2008 season was to be Manliguis' 24th season of coaching at Hilo High School. Before Manliguis became head coach of the Vikings he served as an assistant to his older brother Al Manliguis who won a championship in 1964. After taking the helm at Hilo High, he and his coaching staffs won 11 BIIF titles, along with two Hawaii State Athletic Association Championships in 1991 and 2000. No other outer island team has won two championships. Manliguis' Viking teams made it to the HHSAA Final four seven times. Also in 1991 & 1992 Hilo reached the final in back to back years. Many of his players he coached have gone on to coach at the college, high school, and youth levels. Some of those players include David Kaneshiro (UHH Assistant, former head coach-Webster College), Kyle Keamo (Hilo High JV), Jason Kauhi (Waiakea High-Boys Varsity Head Coach), Bruce Ferreira (former Waiakea Girls JV Head Coach), Ben Pana (former Keaau Varsity Assistant, current Hilo High assistant), Mark Kawaha (Keaau High Girls Varsity Head Coach), Donald Yamada (Keaau High Girls
Assistant), Shannon Poe (Kamehameha Girls JV Head Coach), and Brandon Kauhi (Waiakea High Boys Varsity Assistant). Manliguis recently quoted in last year's Hilo High Viking booklet that he loved the song "Sweet
Caroline" by Neil Diamond and liked Andrea Bocelli music. He loved eating ice cream
and spare ribs. He quoted " I love the game of basketball and I believe that through it, we can teach young men about the game of life, so they can develop into caring productive, contributing members of our society." " He mentioned that winning the state tournament in 1991 and 2000 and playing in the triple overtime state championship game in 1992 were standout memories in his coaching career, but added there were many thrill of victory and agony
of defeat







Assistant coach Royden Okunami said, "The key to my life is coaching alongside a coach like Larry and his staff." "I did appreciate Larry's philosophies in which he puts the boys and the team as his top priority." We shared feelings of caring for each other, which made it priceless." "His caring and giving ways is what most will remember Larry for." One example was evident last year when he treated the whole staff and team to dinner after defeating Baldwin in last years Merv Lopes tournament. Wayne Kaneshiro is currently the interim head coach for the Vikings for 2007-08.
Links
Viking Boys Basketball Boosters

Honolulu Advertiser article about Larry Maniliguis

 





Hilo vs. Pahoa 2008
 

2007-08 BIIF Boys Basketball Results

December 26, 2007
St Joseph defeated Kohala

January 3, 2007
Keaau 39, Laupahoehoe 22. Keaau-Michael Moniz 10.
St Joseph 74, Parker 48. St Joseph-Jacob Andrade 23, Royden Masulit 21, Cassius Aiwohi-Kegler 14. Parker-Djavan Cackley 25.
Konawaena 73, Hilo 57. Kona-Austin Lazoff 25, Darryl Milana 13. Hilo-Jose Lizardi 13, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 13, Nick Acosta 11, Chan Spikes 11.
Honokaa 74, Pahoa 46. Honokaa-Kien Aveiro 24, Keala Freitas 21. Pahoa-Johnathan Viernes 14.
Waiakea 65, Kealakehe 41. Waiakea-Colin Cabatbat 18, Mitchell Shintani 11, Colby Iwashita 7, Clayton Morante 7. Kealakehe-Solomon de Sagun 12, Kaninau Kahananui 9, Cody Costales 8.

January 5, 2007
Kamehameha 61, Konawaena 58 OT. Kamehameha-Colton Collins 19, Isiah Kekaulua 19.
Honokaa 76, Waiakea 57. Kapanaia Carvalho 26, Justin Raquel 11, Kein Aveiro 11. Wai-Collin Cabatbat 14, TJ Yasuhara 13, Mitchell Shintani 11.
Keaau 68, Kealakehe 63. Kelaau-Jeremy Understellar 21, Michael Moniz 16. Kealakehe- Solomon de Sagun 24, Jordan Ursua 18.
St. Joseph 62, Ka'u 45. St. Joseph-Jacob Andrade 17, Will Liete 12, Sekona Holani 10. Ka'u- P.J. Ramones 12, Rolland Alcoran 11, Skyler Torres 11.
Laupahoehoe 49, Parker 38. Pyler Pilor 24. Parker -Djavan Cackley 23, Alex Nielsen 10.

January 8, 2008
Honokaa 80, Hilo 69. Hon-Kein Aveiro 21, Kapanaia Carvalho 31. Hilo Nick Acosta 25.
Konawaena 55, HPA 41. Kona-Darryl Milana 21, HPA Keoki Phillips 20.
Pahoa 66, Parker 63. Pahoa-Sheyton Waters 17. Parker-djavan Cackley 29, Alex Nielson 19.
Kamehameha 62, Ka'u 32. Kam-Hogan Rosehill 16. Ka'u-Robert Peralta 9.
Keaau 42, St Joseph 41. Keaau - Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 12, Michael Moniz 9. St Joe- Royden Masulit 14, Jacob Andrade 9.
Waiakea 55, Kohala 50. Waiakea-Collin Cabatbat 17, Mitchel Shintani 12. Kohala - Alex Vujovich 16, Brandon Bautista 14.

January 10, 2008
Kamehameha 57, Waiakea 43. Kam-Colton Collins 18, Hogan Rosehill 15. Wai-Collin Cabatbat 21, TJ Yasuhara 10.
Hilo 62, Pahoa 52. Hilo- Nick Acosta 18, Kaulana Kalauli-Rowe 13, Ryan Fukunaga 7. Pahoa- Jonathan Viernes 24, R.J. Julian 16
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Konawaena 64, Parker 40.
Kona-Hookela Liftee 13, Austonn Lazoff 12, Daryl Milana 10.
Parker - Djavan Cackley 25.
Ka'u 51, Laupahoehoe 46. Ka'u-Skyler Torres 16, P.J. Romones 15. Lau- Preston Cacho 24, Tylor Pilor 11.
St Joseph 46, HPA 40. St Joe-Will Scanlan Leite 13, Royden Masulit 11. HPA- Rannen Tagupu-Kukuhiwa 15, Keoki Philips 11.

January 11, 2008
Kohala 69, Hilo 51
. Hilo-Nick Acosta 21.
Konawaena 57, Honokaa 50. Kona-Auston Lazoff 13, Kekoa Carvalho 12. Hon-Kien Aveiro 17.
HPA 59, Ka'u 57 OT. HPA-Honu Look 23, Rannen Tagupu-Kukahiwa 20, Kekoa Phillips 10. Ka'u- Skyler Torres 20, Blaine Oliveira 11, P.J. Ramones 10.
Kealakehe 49, St. Joseph 46. Kealakehe- Jordan Ursua 15, Solomon de Sagun 12. St. Joseph- Jacob Andrade 19.
Waiakea 78, Parker 19. Wai- Rico Asuncion 16, Matthew Libao 16. Parker- Alex Nielson 7.

January 14, 2008
St Joseph 57, Honokaa 50. St Joe - Cassiuos Awohi-Kegler 15, Jacob Andrade 12, Royden Masulit 11. Hon-Kien Aveiro 13, Justin Raquel 12, Shelton Kalilikane 10.
Kamehameha 52, Hilo 42. Hilo-Nick Acosta 14.
Keaau 53, Waiakea 51 OT. Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 10, Richard Handy 9, Jeremy Understellar 7, Michael Moniz 7.
Waiakea-TJ Yasuhara 17, Clayton Morante 10.
HPA 33, Parker 31. HPA - Rannen Tagupa-Kukahiwa 16. Parker-Djvan Cackley 15, Alex Nielson 10.
Ka'u 62, Pahoa 61. Ka'u-Blane Oliviera 18, PJ Ramones 12. Skyler Torres 11. Pah-Sheyton Waters 17, Jonathan Viernes 14.
Kealakehe 54, Laupahoehoe 53. Kealakehe-Jordan Ursua 17, Lau-Tyler Pilor 22, Preston Cacho 20.

January 16, 2008
Kamehameha 57, Keaau 49. Kamehameha-Hogan Rosehill 19, Kealoha Kramer17. Keaau-Michael Moniz 14, Jeremy Understellar 13.
Waiakea 71, Hilo 64. Wai-TJ Yasuhara 14, Colin Cabatbat 14, Clayton Morante 12, Chris Mattos 10. Hilo-Nick Acosta 14.
St Joseph 64, Laupahoehoe 51. St Joe-William Scanlos-liete 18, Jacob Andrade 16, Royden Masulit 13, Cassius Aiwohi Kegler 11. Lau-Tyler Pilor 14, Preston Cacho 15.
Konawaena 61, Ka'u 31. Kona-Kalii Kunitomo 15, Austonn Lazoff 13. Ka'u- Richard Estabillio 6, Matt Cuison 6.
Kealakehe 71, Parker 31. Kealakeha - Solomon DeSagun 21, Jordan Ursua 12. Parker -Djavan Cackley 18.

January 19, 2008
Kona 72, Keaau 50. Kona-Austonn Lazoff 21, Darryl Milana 17, Ho'o Liftee 11. Keaau - Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 14.
Honokaa 56, Kamehameha 52. Honokaa -Kien Aveiro 25, Kapanaia Carvalho 12, Keala Freitas 10. Kamehameha-Kealaho Kramer 11, Colton Collins 11, Isaiah Kekaulua 11.
Waiakea 69, Pahoa 45. - Waiakea Colin Cabatbat 16, Chris Mattos 10, Matt Libao 10. Pahoa - Jonathan Viernes 18, RJ Julian 12.
Kohala 65, Ka'u 22. -Kohala- Arvin Compolo 11, Mana Pasco 10. Ka'u - Richard Estabillio 9.
Hilo defeated Kealakehe

January 22, 2008
Hilo 69, Ka'u 63. Hilo-Jose Lizardi 17, James Batulanon 13, Chan Spikes 12 RJ Fukunaga 6. Ka'u -Skyler Torres 15, PJ Ramones 13, Rolland Alcoran 12, Richard Estabillio 10.
Keaau 53, HPA 35. Keaau - Jeremy Understellar 11, Michael Moniz 10. HPA- Rannen tagupu-Kukuhiwa 16, Keita Kiyomitsu 13.
Kamehameha 61, Pahoa 25. KHS-Hogan Rosehill 10, Colton Collins 10, Cody Waltjen 10, Kulani Soares 10.
Kohala 78, Parker 73. Koh-Tobe Kailimai 15, Arvin Campollo 14, Alex Vujovich 13, Brandon Bautista 12, Dean Snelling 12. Parker-Djavan Cackley 25.
Honokaa 68, Laupahoehoe 44. Hono-Kien Aveiro 26, Kapanaia Carvalho 15. Laup-Preston Cacho 20, Tyler Pilor 10.
Konawaena 69, Kealakehe 39. Kona-Kaili Kunitomo 15, Kelvin Malakaua 17, Jordan Ursua 14.

January 23, 2008
Hilo 71, Parker 52. Hilo- Nick Acosta 15, Lucky Ranario 10, James Batulanon 9 Kaulana Kaluali-Rowe 6, Park-Djavan Cackley 42.
Kamehameha 61, HPA 19. KHS-Cody Waltjen 11, Kealoha Kramer 11. HPA-Rannen Taupu Kukahiwa 11.
Honokaa 76, Ka'u 53. Kien Aveiro 32, Kapanaia Carvalho 15. Ka'u-PJ Ramones 22.
Keaau 71, Pahoa 56. Keaau-Michael Moniz 14, Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 13. Pah-Jonathan Viernes 29, Randy Balicoco 10.
Kohala 72, Laupahoehoe 27.

January 25, 2008
Honokaa 62, Keaau 41. Honokaa-Kien Aveiro 17, Keala Frietas 13, Kapanaia Carvalho 10. Keaau- Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 11, Richard Handy 7.
Kamehameha 63, Laupahoehoe 41. Kamehameha- Hogan Rosehill 16, Cody Waltjen 11, Colton Collins 10. Lau-Tylor Pilor 21, Lucky Braun 11.
Kohala 58, Kealakehe 49. Kohala - Alex Vujovich 16. Kealakehe-Jordan Ursua 22.

January 26, 2008
Hilo 56, HPA 17. Hilo-Jose Lizardi 11, Nick Acosta 10, Ryan Fukunaga 8. HPA-Keita Kiyomitsu 9.

January 29, 2008
Waiakea 72, Laupahoehoe 51.Waiakea-TJ Yasuhara 17, Mitchel Shintani 10, Collin Cabatbat 9. Laupahoehoe-Lucky Baun 15, Tylor Pilor 8.
Kamehameha 60, St Jospeph 42. Kamehameha-Kealoha Kramer 17. St Joe-Jacob Andrade 14, Royden Masulit 11.
Keaau 61, Parker 47. Keaau-Keane Carlin 14. Parker - Djavan Cackley 21
Pahoa 44, HPA 42. Pahoa - Isaiah Ekau 14, RJ Julian 11. HPA- Aaron Dale 13, Rannen Tagupa-Kukahiwa.
Kealakehe 67, Ka'u 50.Kealakehe -Jordan Ursua 16, Afaue Tualaulelei 12. Ka'u- Skyler Torres 16, PJ Ramones 12.

January 30, 2008
Keaau 71, Hilo 64. Keaau-Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 18, Michael Moniz 14. Hilo-Jose Lizardi 20, Nick Acosta 10, Ryan Fukunaga 8, Kahiau Kapsky 8.
St Joseph 51, Pahoa 42 OT. St Joseph- Royden Masulit 15, Wil Scanlan-Leite 12, Cassius Aiwohi-Kegler 12. Pahoa-Isaiah Eku 13, Jonathan Viernes 10.
Waiakea 89, Ka'u 57. Waiakea- Mitchel Shintani 16, Colin Cabatbat 15, Leland Lopez 12, Chris Mattos 12. Ka'u- PJ Ramones 13.
Honokaa 66, Kealakehe 55. Kien Aveiro 26, Kapanaia Carvalho 10, Shelton Kelikine 10. Kealakehe-Jordan Ursua 19, Solomon de Sagun 12.
Konawaena 81, Laupahoehoe 49. Daniel Royce 17, Austonn Lazoff  17, Kekoa Carvalho 16, Darryl Milana 10. Lucky Bain 18.
Kohala 69, HPA 42. Alex Vujovich 13, Brandon Bautista 11, Tobe Kailimai 10. HPA-Rannen Tagupa-Kukahiwa 11.

February 1, 2008
St Joseph 71, Hilo 65. St Joe-Cassius Aiwohi-Kegler 25, Jacob Andrade 21. Hilo-Dustin Leong 13, Nick Acosta 11, Ryan Fukunaga 8.
Keaau 67, Kohala 65. Keaau-Mtume Ksikizi-Jackson 18, Jeremy Understellar 13. Kohala-Alex Vujovich 18, Brandon Bautista 15.
Pahoa 65, Kealakehe 50. Pahoa-Jonathan Viernes20, RJ Julian 15, Isaiah Ekau 14, Sheyton Waters 10. Kealakehe-Jordan Ursua 27.
Konawaena 69, Waiakea 51. Kona-Kalii Kunitomo 19, Austonn Lazoff 10 Daniel Royce 9.

February 4, 2008
Konawaena 68, Kohala 53. Kona-Kekoa Carvalho 20, Kalii Kunitomo 19, Austonn Lazoff 17. Kohala- Brandon Bautista 13, Alex Vujovich 13.
Kealakehe 50, HPA 48. Kealakehe-Solomon De Sagun 20, Garret Prinslow 13, Jordan Ursua 12.
HPA-Rannen Tagupa-Kukahiwa 19.

February 5, 2008
Keaau 75, Ka'u 60. Keaau-Michael Moniz 22, Keane Carlin 13, Mtume Msikizi-Jackson 10, Maximillian Volosin 10. Ka'u- PJ Ramones 13, Richard Estabilio 12, Skyler Torres 10,

February 6, 2008
Kamehameha 50, Kealakehe 47. Kealoha Kramer 18. Kealakehe-Kaninau Kahananui 15, Garret Prinslow12.
Konawaena 67, Pahoa 34. Konawaena-Kekoa Carvalho 16, Austonn Lazoff, 15, Sam Unger 10. Pahoa- Isaiah Ekau 10.
Waiakea 66, HPA 49. Waiakea- Mitchell Shintani 27, Clayton Morante 13. HPA-Rannen Tagupu-Kukahiwa 18, Keita Kiyomitsu 10.
Ka'u 66, Parker 56. Ka'u -  Blaine Oliveira 12. Parker-Djavan Cakley 20, Alex Nielsen 11.
Hilo 71, Laupahoehoe 53. Hilo-Nick Acosta 22. Laupahoehoe - Tylor Pilor 16.

February 8, 2008
Honokaa 88, Parker 42. Honokaa- Kien Aveiro 26, Keala Freitas 20. Parker- Djavan Cackley 21, Travis Morris 10.

February 9, 2008
Waiakea 53, St Joseph 41. Mitchel Shintani 13, TJ Yasuhara 12, Chris Mattos 10. St Joseph Wil Scanlan-Leite 14, Cassius Aiwohi Kegler 10.
Pahoa 39, Laupahoehoe 32. Isaiah Ekau 12, Sheyton Waters 12. Laupahoehoe-Tyler Pilor 13.

 














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