Water Polo

Kamehameha’s Kayla Ganir was chosen as the ILH’s Division I girls water polo MVP for 2015, the league announced recently. ‘Iolani’s Lucy Park earned the MVP honor for Division II. The ILH girls water polo All-Stars are listed below. ILH Girls Water Polo All-Stars, 2015 Division I MVP >> Kayla Ganir, Kamehameha Division I Coach […]

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Kahuku’s Kahaulelio girls — twins Kahea and Nohea — were picked as the OIA girls water polo co-players of the year, the league announced Monday. Kapolei’s Dexter Lee was picked as coach of the year. The All-Star list follows. OIA Water Polo All-Stars First team >> Kahea Kahaulelio, Kahuku >> Nohea Kahaulelio, Kahuku >> Lilli […]

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Punahou defeated Kamehameha 4-2 to capture its eighth consecutive state water polo championship.

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Goalkeeper Emalia Eichelberger stopped 10 shots in Punahou’s 4-2 water polo state tournament victory over Kamehameha on Saturday. The junior is not your standard issue, run-of-the-mill goalkeeper, as can be ascertained by the mere two goals she let in during the biggest match of the season. The daughter of former PGA Tour and current Champions […]

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Emma Choy scored two goals and Kelly Fricke and Marissa Miller each added one as Punahou won its eighth straight state water polo title on Saturday at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Center. The Buffanblu beat Kamehameha 4-2 in the final. It was Punahou’s fourth win in four tries against the Warriors this season. Choy and […]

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No surprise, the ILH’s top two teams will play for the state water polo title. Punahou beat Kapolei 13-2 and Kamehameha downed Kahuku 9-4 to set up Saturday’s title showdown at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Center. The ILH has won every title in the tournament’s history and has had both teams in the final in […]

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If history is any indication, one of the state water polo semifinals will be a blowout and the other will come down to the wire. Punahou and Kapolei tangle at 5:15 p.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Center for one spot in the final and Kamehameha and Kahuku play for the other spot after them. […]

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Punahou is the top seed for the Stanford Carr Development Girls Water Polo State championships beginning Wednesday at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex. The Buffanblu will be going for their eighth straight title. An ILH team has won every year. Punahou opens play in the second round between either Baldwin or Roosevelt. OIA champion Kahuku […]

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Game 3 – Championship Kahuku 17 Kapolei 3 Kahuku: Indie Pyzel 4, Ava Countryman 3, Kahea Kahaulelio 4, Rachel Chandler 2, Nohea Kahaulelio 4 Kapolei: Devan Fenumiai 2, Leilani Herrera 1 Game 1 – 5th Place Kalani 6 Leilehua 3 Kalani: Alisa Takahashi 1, Mahie Lee 1, Lisa Namatame 2, Charity Lopes 2 Leilehua: Nicolle […]

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Game 1 Overtime Kalani 7 Waialua 6 Kalani: Lisa Namatame 4, Charity Lopes 3 Waialua: Lilia Dewilde 4, Julie Sivigny 1, Caitlyn Knott 1 Game 2 Overtime Leilehua 8 Mililani 7 Leilehua: Nicolle Martinez 3, Amber Hamil 2, Keahi lele Roy 3 Mililani: Ginny Gustafson 3, Alexis Iaea 1, Martiza Segovia 2, Kayla Kashima 1 […]

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