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HHSAA DI & DII Girls Basketball All-Tournament Teams for 2012

HHSAA Division I official DIvision I All-Tournament Team for the 36th Annual Hawaiian Airlines/Hawai’i High School Athletic Association Girls Basketball State Championships:

 (selected by HHSAA/media)             Lia Galdeira, Konawaena

Dawnyelle Awa, Konawaena             Kylie Maeda, ‘Iolani

Leighlani Paselio, Kahuku        Courtney Kaupu, Konawaena

Most Outstanding Player: Lia Galdeira, Konawaena

 HHSAA Division II   official Division II All-Tournament Team from the 36th Annual Hawaiian Airlines/Hawai’i High School Athletic Association Girls Basketball State Championships:

(selected by HHSAA staff)

Casey Poe, Kamehameha-Hawai’i                                     Chelsea Poe, Kamehameha-Hawai’i

Kristle Henry, Kaua’i               Ashlee DeSantos, Maryknoll                Sarah Liva, Hanalani

 Most Outstanding Player: Casey Poe, Kamehameha-Hawai’i

 

February 11, 2012 Posted by | Basketball | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Konawaeana wins 3rd straight girls basketball championship – HHSAA

Konawaena wins third straight HHSAA Girls Basketball Championship 

                                                           

Konawaena Wildcats 56, Iolani Raiders 45

 GAME 17   DIVISION I    3RD PLACE 2-10-12   @ Neal Blaisdell Center

LAHAINALUNA:    9    10    13    20    2          54     KAHUKU:  11     6     10    25    8          60

Score by Periods                1st  2nd  3rd  4th   Total

Kamehameha-Hawaii Warriors….   22   17   14    4  –   57

Kauai Red Raiders………….    5   13    8   10  –   36

Hawaiian Airlines Girls Basketball State Championships - Division II
championship game

At Blaisdell Arena  Third Place, 3 p.m.   Kahuku 60, No. 3 seed Lahainaluna 54, OT

Leighlani Paselio scored 26 points, including four in overtime, as the Red Raiders outlasted the Lunas.

Paselio’s 3-pointer from the left baseline tied it at 52-52 with 36 seconds left in regulation.  Lunas player was fouled with 2.5 seconds remaining, but missed both free throws.

In overtime, both of Paselio’s field goals came off assists from Fiatagata Tailele-Latu. Pati Anae made two free throws and Tyra Williams had a bucket in the four-minute extra session.

Anae had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Red Raiders.

Lahainaluna, which led 48-41 with 2:13 left in regulation, got 14 points from Jade Chihara. Glelynn Casil finished with 12 points and Erlanda Basques scored all 12 of her points in the fourth period.

 LAHAINALUNA (15-2)       9          10        13        20        2           —       54

KAHUKU (14-5)                   11        6          10        25         8         —        60

 

February 11, 2012 Posted by | Basketball | , , | 1 Comment

HHSAA girls basketball fifth and third place games/results

At Blaisdell Arena   Fifth place, 1 p.m.  Mililani 43, No. 4 Pearl City 23

Kapili Amamalin scored 12 of her 16 points in the second half and the Trojans went on a huge run to open the second half against the Chargers.

Nayla Long added 10 points and eight rebounds for Mililani, which went on a 16-1 run to open the second half for a 31-11 lead with 1:10 left. Amamalin scored six points during the spurt.

Pearl City’s Sabrina Angle scored nine points.

 MILILANI (14-4)                  11        4          16        12        —        43

PEARL CITY (14-3)              4          6             5       8          —        23

At Blaisdell Arena   Third place, 11 a.m.       No. 3 Maryknoll 51, Hawaii Prep 39

Crystie Wong scored 12 points and Ashlee De Santos added 11 as the Spartans beat Ka Makani.

Maryknoll went on a 9-0 run to end the third period and take a 35-26 advantage.

Hawaii Prep got within 41-38 with 2:19 left, before Maryknoll pulled away.

Chancis Fernandez had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Ka Makani.

MARYKNOLL (15-1)           13          7        15        16        —        51

HAWAII PREP (9-7)             9            7        10        13        —        39

Fifth place, Division II.   Hanalani 41, No. 1 seed Radford 37

Sarah Hyde scored 11 points, Nicole Gonzalez added nine and the Royals ended the game on a 22-8 run.

Radford went on an 11-0 run for a 29-19 lead with 2:13 left in the third period. Tyler Whitener scored six points during the surge.

Gonzalez scored nine points during Hanalani’s game ending run. She capped the scoring with a pair of free throws with 4.7 seconds remaining.

Sarah Liva had eight points, eight rebounds and six blocks.

Korie Johnson had eight points and nine rebounds, and Whitener finished with eight points.

HANALANI (15-4)   8          5          11        17        —        41

RADFORD (10-6)    8            10        11        8          —        37

 

 

February 10, 2012 Posted by | Basketball | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Defending state champs Kona cruises past Kaiser in HHSAA Girls Basketball

KONAWAENA:   15     20    16     11      62

            KAISER:    7       8     16     11      42

 KONAWAENA: Hoku Liftee 4, Amanda Varron 0, Makayla Awa 8, Makani Wall 11, Taylor Awa 0, Melissa Simon 4, Lia Galdeira 18, Katie Andrade 0, Zoe Acdal 0, Courtney Kaupu 13 , Dawnyelle Awa 4, Matelita Taumoefolau 0.    

KAISER: Kellie Sakai 15, Kili Arita 0, Chantelle Arce 4, Keara Ortega 0, Chandler Arce 0, Ona Simeona 0, Caylee Tashiro 0, Kiana Nakai 2, Kiana Matsumoto 0, Ashley Soong 2, Micaela Bitanga 8, Kayla Soong 0, Tiana Miyashiro 2, Courtney Phillips 5, Darcey Goulsby 4, Alissa Soong 0.    

Division I   Quarterfinals  At Moanalua

 MILILANI (12-4)            6            6            11            11 – 34

‘IOLANI (12-1)            9            20            8            14 – 51

HANALANI (13-4)               8          18        11        23        —        60

MARYKNOLL (14-0)           22        17        9          22        —        70

GAME 4   @ McKinley Gym  2-8-12

PEARL CITY:    15      7       6      13          41

      KAHUKU:      8    14       8      12          42

Division I  At Moanalua   Quarterfinals

 WAIAKEA (12-2)            9            14            2            3 – 28

LAHAINALUNA (15-0)            15            10            11            10 – 46

Division II   Quarterfinals   At James Alegre Gym (Radford)

HAWAI‘I PREP (9-5)            9            20            8            11 – 48

RADFORD (9-5)            8            14            10            13 – 45  \

Division II    Quarterfinals  At James Alegre Gym (Radford)

HONOKA‘A (8-6)            7            4            7            5 – 23          KAUA‘I (12-2)            9            14            6            14 – 43

 

February 9, 2012 Posted by | Basketball | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Girls Basketball from Day 2 – Consolation scores and results

Division II

 At James Alegre Gym (Radford)    Consolation bracket

 SEABURY HALL (5-3)            0            6            4            4 — 14

UNIVERSITY HIGH (12-3)            13            20            13            12 — 58

Division I   At Moanalua   Consolation bracket

 ROOSEVELT (11-7)            4            16            13            9 — 42

KAIMUKI (15-4)            3            4            10            14 – 31

At Kalani   Consolation (3 p.m.)         McKinley 47, Kalani 42

Sybil Coryell had 19 points and nine rebounds, and Jourdan Mills added 11 points at the Tigers rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat the Falcons.

McKinley went on a 10-1 run to start the second half to get within 24-23. Tiare Sugui had five points during the surge.

The Tigers went on a 13-2 run to start the fourth period to take its largest lead at 3:52 remaining. Coryell had six points and Mills added five during the spurt.

Kalani got as close as four points on three occasions thereafter.

The final 11 McKinley points came from the line.

Haley Omiya scored 15 points and Rose Alama had 11 rebounds for the Falcons. Omiya hit three of Kalani’s seven 3-pointers.

 MCKINLEY (9-8)      4          9          11        23    —            47    

KALANI (6-11)         11        12           3        16       —        42

GAME 5    @ McKinley Gym   2-8-12     MAUI:    2   10    4    12       28

                               KAMEHAMEHA-KAPALAMA:  17   10  10   19       56   

 

February 8, 2012 Posted by | Basketball | , , , | Leave a comment