Kamehameha girls start ILH with an edge

Ashley Gooman of Kamehameha is going for an ILH slam on Saturday.

Kamehameha’s girls crowned two ILH champions before today’s ILH championship meet even started.

Nohea Moniz is unopposed at 109 pounds and Alina Mauai is the new champion at 170 pounds. The Warriors have had at least one ILH champion in every year since the ILH allowed girls to compete against each other in 1998.

Pac-Five girls won those two weight classes last year.

It is the only program to do so, Punahou didn’t get its first league title until Jaynee Kim, Deanna Lau and Melissa Fukushima broke through in 2000.

Here are the rest of today’s brackets:

Boys Varsity Pre-Bracket

Girls Varsity Pre-Bracket

COMMENTS

  1. CraddleKING February 9, 2019 10:08 am

    Gooman at 124? Can’t make weight? Or did she lose a wrestle off?


  2. Imuaohana February 9, 2019 5:53 pm

    THE WHISPERS BLOWING DOWN KAPALAMA IS THERE WAS A WRESTLE OFF


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