LIVE BLOG: Girls State Wrestling Semifinals

Kamehameha's Zion-Grace Vierra got off to a strong start the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships on Friday. Photo by Craig T. Kojima/Star-Advertiser.
Kamehameha’s Zion-Grace Vierra got off to a strong start the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships on Friday. Photo by Craig T. Kojima/Star-Advertiser.

Championship day of the Chevron/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships is here. Up first is the girls semifinals. We will keep you posted below by bolding winners when we hear them and posting scores when we get them. If you need to catch up:

DAY 1 GIRLS
DAY 1 BOYS
POUND-FOR-POUND RANKINGS
BOYS TITLE COULD COME DOWN TO 132
GIRLS GET A SHOT AT GREATNESS
TESHYA ALO IN HOUSE TO SUPPORT SISTER TENIYA

In the coaches meeting they drew for the order of the finals, the show will begin at 3 p.m. with girls 122 and end with boys 182.

Here is the order: G122, B195, G127, B220, G132, B285, G138; B106, G145, B113, G155, B120, G168, B126, G184, B132, G225, B138, G97, B145, G102, B152, G107, B160, G112, B170, G117, B182.

TEAM SCORES AFTER SEMIS: Lahainaluna 155, Pearl City 116, Kamehameha 107, Roosevelt 86, Waianae 83.

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GIRLS 97
Semifinals
(1) Ira Navarro (Lahainaluna) def. Anjelynn Baron (Roosevelt), 5:11
(6) Tianna Fernandez (Baldwin) def. (2) Allicia Mahoe (Kapolei), 6-5

GIRLS 102
Semifinals
(5) Xiaolin Mai (Roosevelt) def. Chelsey Chaves (Maui), 5:19
(2) Brianna Leong (Leilehua) def. (3) Brooke Kawamura (Kamehameha), 10-4
*This is Chaves’ first trip to the semifinals after finishing fifth twice and sixth in previous three years

GIRLS 107
Semifinals
(1) Iverly Navarro* (Lahainaluna) def. (5) Khaitlin Bernaldez (Moanalua), 0:57
Ashley Gooman (Kamehameha) def. (3) Haylee Fujioka (Roosevelt), 0:40
*Navarro is the defending 107-pound state champion

GIRLS 112
Semifinals
(1) Macy Higa* (Roosevelt) def. (4) Reiko Ramirez (Mid-Pacific), 3:14
(2) Alexis Encinas (Lahainaluna) def. (6) Tiare Ikei (Kaiser) 9-3
*Higa is the defending 112-pound state champion after beating Encinas in the final

GIRLS 117
Semifinals
(1) Taryn Ichimura (Punahou) def. (5) Jaelynn Miner (Nanakuli), 14-5
(2) Nanea Estrella (Lahainaluna) def. (3) Allie Mahoe (Kapolei), 5:10

GIRLS 122
Semifinals
(1) Mikayla Abe* (Pearl City) def. (5) Waipulani Estrella-Beauchamp (Baldwin), 6-3
Czarina Pineda-Abaya (Kalani) def. (3) Laynee Pasion (St. Francis), 3:48
*Abe finished runner-up at 107 pounds in each of the last two seasons

GIRLS 127
Semifinals
(1) Jahnea Miguel (Baldwin) def. (4) Paige Respicio (Kamehameha), 8-1
Anuhea Hamilton (Waianae) def. Sadie Antoque (Castle), 1:53

GIRLS 132
Semifinals
(1) Teniya Alo* (Kahuku) def. (4) Charlize Jasmine Pascual-Tabuyo (Mid-Pacific), 1:13
(6) Roselani Ikei (Kaiser) def. (2) Taylor Pelegrino-Hayase (Lahainaluna), 3:25
*Alo won the 122-pound state title in 2015 and was third at 122 last year

GIRLS 138
Semifinals
Iwikehaukalewa Kinimaka (Campbell) def. (1) Zion-Grace Vierra (Kamehameha), 3-2
Kauanoe Keahi (Lahainaluna) def. (3) Cassandra Tongi (Kahuku), 10-3

GIRLS 145
Semifinals
(1) Angela Peralta* (Radford) def. Jennifer Tongi (Kahuku), 11-6
(6) Kaleinani Makuaole (Waianae) def. (2) Shannon Jaramillo (Lahainaluna), 5-2
*Peralta is the defending champion at 145 pounds

GIRLS 155
Semifinals
(1) Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) def. Tiana Peterson (Kapolei), 9-2
(6) Jacqueline Fuamatu (Pearl City) def. (2) Kayla Araki (KS-Hawaii), 5:48
*Corbett is the defending champion at 155

GIRLS 168
Semifinals
(8) Kapoina Bailey (Konawaena) def. (1) Saydie Kala* (Baldwin), 5-3
(2) Ivory Ayers (Kea’au) def. (3) Michelle Tanuvasa (Pearl City), 2:49
*Kala has been to the semifinals the last two years (168,155) but failed to make a final

GIRLS 184
Semifinals
(1) Jennie Fuamatu (Pearl City) def. (4) Anela Kahuli-Apo (Kamehameha), 1:01
Kiara Tuimalu (Campbell) def. (6) Richann Benedito (Moanalua), 2:10

GIRLS 225
Semifinals
(4) Mildred Keopuhiwa (Waianae) def. (1) Roxie Umu (Kea’au), 6-2
(2) Lavenia Fotu (Farrington) def. (6) Kulia Shores-Ulep (KS-Hawaii), 2:57

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