Chase for the Championship
Waimea, HBA to meet in Division II semis


The night cap of the Snapple/HHSAA Division II Girls Basketball Championships semifinals will feature the best team from Kauai and the best team from the ILH.

Waimea and top-seeded Hawaii Baptist cruised to dominant victories in the quarterfinals to set up Friday's 7:30 p.m. semifinal at Damien's Bishop Scanlan Gymnasium.

In Thursday's quarterfinals the Menehunes took care of fourth-seeded Hawaii Prep, 53-14, and the Eagles smashed Farrington in a 50-29 win.

Kaye Serapio had 21 points and 16 rebounds with eight steals and Kierstin Gummerus added 20 points on four made 3-pointers to lead Waimea.

Kyley Nakagawa recorded 17 points with five steals and Sasha Phillip had 14 points and seven boards to power HBA.




Sa-Chisolm, Casco gave Lunas edge over Warriors

The pair of MIL all-stars did not play in Lahainaluna's season-opening loss to Damien.

Golden Hawks benefit from Hauhio's versatility

Tahj Hauhio ran for 159 yards on 31 carries and scored the game-winning TD against Kalani.

Kapaa slides into the Top 15; Waipahu falls out

Despite 21-18 loss to the Lunas, the Warriors move in while the Marauders (1-2) drop out.

Mules' defense put to the test by Marauders

Leilehua held Waipahu without an offensive touchdown until the game's final minute.

No. 11 Lahainaluna holds off late Kapaa push

State championship rematch between Lunas & Warriors lived up to the hype Saturday night.

Moanalua edges Kailua to stay unbeaten

Na Menehune earned their second consecutive one-point victory in a turnover-prone game.