‘Iolani Classic: Saturday

by Jerry Campany on December 18, 2010

Quarterfinals are underway.

Oak Hill (Va.) 81, ‘Iolani 58 — The Raiders took care of the ball and muscled up inside, but had no way to stop Quinn Cook. The Duke-bound point guard rained in six treys and finished with 31 points and seven assists in the win.

Dr. Phillips (Fla.) 63, Wheeler (Ga.) 62 — Darius Andrews’ layup with 5 seconds left, off a dish from Shane Larkins, gave the Panthers a win in a frantic finish.

Dr. Phillips led by 6 in the final two minutes, but bad shots and turnovers gave the Wildcats hope. A fastbreak layup by Karriem Simmons gave the ‘Cats a 62-61 lead with less than a minute left.

Andrews, a 6-7 senior, finished with a game-high 21 points. Larkin, son of former Cincinnati Reds shortstop Barry Larkin, had 18. Long-range bomber Isaac Lane chipped in 10 points.

Wheeler big man Charles Mitchell (6-6, 250) led his team with 22 points. Simmons finished with 15 points and Nigel Snipes added 11.

Below, consolation results. Those games began at 9 a.m.

AOP 54, Mililani 37 — Michael Urcia scored 14 points and Kona Makaula added 10 for the Dolphins, who are ranked No. 6 in the Star-Advertiser Boys Basketball Top 10. Josh Lechanko and Hassan Richardson led Mililani with eight points each.

Moanalua 65, Radford 62, 3 OT — Wesley Armbrust poured in 22 points as Na Menehune bounced back from last night’s loss to Oak Hill. Dexter Williams added 13 points and Keven Amaral tallied 11 for the seventh-ranked Na Menehune. Tevita Baravilala had 13 points, while T.J. Reid and 6-foot-8 Nashon George scored 11 points apiece for Radford.

Tsinghua (China) 50, Saint Louis 30 — Zeqi Wang scored 22 points and Zeshi Liu added 13 for the Dragons. Point guard Nate Mantanona led the Crusaders with eight points.

Kamehameha 63, Kaimuki 47 — Micah Christenson had 20 points and Dyrbe Enos tallied 13 for the top-ranked Warriors. Mason Kualii-Moe, a 6-foot junior, led the Bulldogs with 13 points and Dio Taulung scored 11.

Monday’s schedule

9 a.m. Mililani vs. Radford

10:30 a.m. Saint Louis vs. Kaimuki

Noon AOP vs. Moanalua

2 p.m. Tsinghua vs Kamehameha (game time changed from 1:30)

3:30 p.m. tba

5 p.m. tba

6:30 p.m. Dr. Phillips (Fla.) vs. ‘Iolani-Oak Hill (Va.) winner

8 p.m. Lexington Catholic (Ky.)-Montverde (Fla.) winner vs. Mason County (Ky.)-Mount Vernon (N.Y.) winner.

Paul Honda, Star-Advertiser

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