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HHSAA boys basketball,fifth place, semifinals, consolation game results

Division I  At Blaisdell Arena  Fifth-place bracket semifinals

 Academy of the Pacific 60, King Kekaulike 45

 ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC (10-5)            18            7            17            18 – 60

KING KEKAULIKE (9-6)            6            9            14            16 – 45

 Division I  At Blaisdell Arena  Fifth-place bracket semifinals

 Academy of the Pacific 60, King Kekaulike 45

 ACADEMY OF THE PACIFIC (10-5)            18            7            17            18 – 60

KING KEKAULIKE (9-6)            6            9            14            16 – 45

 DIVISION I  At Blaisdell Arena   Fifth-place bracket semifinal

 Leilehua 60, Hilo 55

 LEILEHUA (12-5)            13            8            17            22 — 60

HILO (13-5)            17            11            13            14 — 55

 LEILEHUA: Russell Siavii 4 0-0 8, Jeremiah Andrade 4 0-1 8, Mikal Peyton 0 0-0 0, Reece Acohido 1 0-0 2, Larry Wheeler-Rutkowski 7 5-7 19, Troy Ross 4 2-2 11, Cody Halvorson 2 0-0 5, Christian Manzo-Loera 1 0-0 2, Penetito Melei 2 1-3 5. Totals 25 8-13 60.

 DIVISION I  At Blaisdell Arena

 Consolation final   Kapolei 50, Kamehameha 46 

KAMEHAMEHA (11-7)            9            11            4            22 — 46

KAPOLEI (15-3)            6            13            14            17 – 50

Score by Periods                1st  2nd  3rd  4th

Baldwin Bears……………..    8    8   10   15

Punahou Buffanblu………….   11   24   11   13

ST. FRANCIS (12-2)      18          15          19          20          –          72

KOHALA (8-7)                          9          11          22          25          –          67

3-point goals–St. Francis 3 (Tom-Millare, Lynton, Nuumanaia). Kohala 3 (Salis-Kapeliela 2, Roxburgh).

Division II semifinal  MCKINLEY 40, NO 2 HAWAII PREP 38

McKinley 9 16  11 4 — 40   Hawaii Prep 11 6 11 10 — 38

 

Division II
Fifth-place semifinals
At Kaimuki, 7 p.m.  
 
Hanalani 72, Kapaa 66, OT
 
Christian Peterson had 21 points and 17 rebounds, and Kainoa Souza-Chaves added 20 points as the Royals beat the Warriors.
Souza-Chaves, who scored four points in the four-minute extra session, tied it at 64-64 with a 3-pointer from the left wing with 54 seconds left in regulation.
Prior to that, Kapaa went on a 23-9 run to take a three-point lead.
Kapaa’s Kainoa Colipano scored 16 points.
 
KAPAA (12-3)           11          19          16          18               2          –          66
HANALANI (13-3)    21          13          20          10               8          –          72

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