Wrestling

Pound-4-Pound Rankings
Boys: State placers, 1966-2016 || • Girls: All-time state placers

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Here are your updated boys wrestling pound-for-pound rankings as of January 13. Saint Louis’ Corey Cabanban moves past ‘Iolani’s KJ Pascua for the No. 1 spot. 1. Corey Cabanban, Saint Louis 2016 state champion (113), 2015 state champion (106) 2016 ILH champion (113), 2015 ILH champion (108) 2016 Officials champion (120), 2015 Officials champion (113) […]

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Here your updated girls wrestling pound-for-pound rankings for January 12 with a brand new face at No. 1. 1. Teniya Alo, Kahuku 2016 state third (122), 2015 state champ (122), 2016 ILH champ (122), 2015 ILH champ (124), 2016 Officials champ (127), 2014 Officials champ (127), Alo made it her mission to top this list […]

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Campbell senior Micah Tynanes, who was the prep feature in today’s Honolulu Star-Advertiser, is hoping for his second straight sweep of the OIA and state wrestling titles next month. He won both in the 195-pound weight class last year and will most likely compete at 220 this year in order for Campbell to have a […]

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There weren’t many matches at Kamehameha on Saturday, but Warriors’ 170-pounder Chasyn Aipoalani made the most of the three opportunities he did get. Aipoalani pinned all three of his opponents at the OIA/ILH Round Robin at Kamehameha on Saturday, taking out Mark Guillot of Radford, Spike Kahalewai of Nanakuli and Castle’s Gabriel Kaneakalau before packing […]

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It seems anyone can win at 112 pounds on any given day. Kamehameha state champion Ashley Gooman was the latest to show off her skills, going 3-0 at the OIA/ILH Round Robin at Mililani on Saturday. Gooman opened her day by pinning Pearl City’s Makana Cooper and closed it with a stoppage of Aiea’s Kristen […]

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Kahuku’s Teniya Alo beat Angela Peralta of Radford 5-4 in a battle of state champions and former training partners on Saturday at Mililani. Alo, who won a state title as a freshman for Iolani before falling in the semifinals last year, beat Peralta 5-4 in the mini tournament. Peralta had the edge in the early […]

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Of the few wrestlers who were granted three matches at the OIA/ILH Round Robin at Moanalua on Saturday, three OIA boys came through with big performances. Waianae’s Ke’ale Keliinoi shook off a loss to Pac-Five’s Joseph Fong at Officials to register three pins in three matches in the latest tournament, sticking Micah Desmot of Damien, […]

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If there was any doubt after Officials, the Kamehameha boys wrestling team erased it with the title at the Moanalua Duals on Friday. The Warriors, who won the team title at Officials, beat Campbell 61-19 in the duals final after taking out ILH rival Saint Louis 56-13 in the semifinals. It’s early, but that sets […]

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Round 5 for both boys and girls will be done on Thursday. Moanalua Wrestling Duals: Day 1 GIRLS Round 1 Moanalua 37, Lahainaluna 28 Punahou 46, Campbell/’Iolani 0 Kapolei 60, Kamehameha 24 Round 2 Moanalua 72, Punahou 6 Kapolei 63, Campbell/’Iolani 0 Lahainaluna 48, Kamehameha 18 Round 3 Moanalua 48, Kamehameha 24 Lahainaluna 51, Campbell/’Iolani […]

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2016-paani-open-results1, 2016-paani-open-brackets 2016-paani-novice-results, 2016-paani-novice-brackets There was no dodging Tiare Ikei this time. Ikei, of Kaiser, controlled Lahainaluna’s Alexis Encinas in the third period to win 6-3 in the 112-pound final of the Pa’ani Challenge at Punahou on Friday, bringing the OIA champion another title. Ikei and Navarro were in the same class at Officials a […]

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