LIVE BLOG: OIA wrestling championships

Farrington's Lavenia Fotu, top, is gunning for a repeat state title at 225 after sitting out last season. Photo by Steven Erler/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

The OIA wrestling championships are underway with a 2 p.m. start because Saturday was a test day.

Results will be updated below. Action began with the girls.

UPDATE: Finals have begun at 8:20 p.m.

Boys and girls finals will run at the same time. We will start with Boys 126 and girls 97.

BOYS

106
FINAL
(1) Nicholas Cordeiro, Waianae vs. Khansith Chanthabouasith, Leilehua
— Cordeiro, fall 5:07
>> Cordeiro won 5-3 in OIA West Division semifinals last week.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Nicholas Cordeiro, Waianae vs. Isaiah Siaris, Mililani
— Cordeiro, fall 5:27
Dayne Takai, Moanalua vs. Khansith Chanthabouasith, Leilehua
— Chanthabouasith, fall 4:31

113
FINAL
(1) Thomas Nitta, Kalaheo vs. Dylan Ramos, Leilehua
— Nitta, 7-5

SEMIFINALS
(1) Thomas Nitta, Kalaheo vs. Keane Escaba, Moanalua
— Nitta, 15-4
Dylan Ramos, Leilehua vs. Ramos Suzuki, Kalani
— Ramos, fall 3:23

120
FINAL
(1) Koby Chun, Kaiser vs. Elijah Asuncion, Moanalua
— Asuncion, 7-0
>> Rematch of Chun’s win at OIA East Division championships. Chun is the defending champion while Asuncion won at 113 last year.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Koby Chun, Kaiser vs. Kainoa Sumailo, Campbell
— Chun, fall :24
Elijah Asuncion, Moanalua vs. Peter Natividad, Leilehua
— Asuncion, fall 2:24

126
FINAL
(1) Weiyi Zheng, Aiea vs. Rylen Uyeno, Kaiser
— Zheng, 5-1 to win his first OIA title.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Weiyi Zheng, Aiea vs. Ridge Ono, Kalani
— Zheng, fall 1:08
Rylen Uyeno, Kaiser vs. James Lum, Pearl City
— Uyeno, 7-5

132
FINAL
(1) Jedaiah Borge, Kalaheo vs. Kade Okura, Kalani
— Borge, 15-0
>> Rematch of a really tight OIA East final Borge won 8-6.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Jedaiah Borge, Kalaheo vs. Fenua Aiu, Kahuku
— Borge, 15-0
Dante Bareng, Aiea vs. Kade Okura, Kalani
— Okura, fall 3:04

138
FINAL
(1) Kaena Desantos, Leilehua vs. Blaze Sumiye, Moanalua
— Desantos, 8-3
>> Desantos won OIA’s at 132 last year.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Kaena Desantos, Leilehua vs. Trevor Tamashiro, Kaiser
— Desantos, fall :43
Elijah Diamond, Mililani vs. Blaze Sumiye, Moanalua
— Sumiye, 6-4

145
FINAL
(1) Noah Wusstig, Moanalua vs. Naikoa Simao, Leilehua
— Wusstig, fall 2:45
>> Wusstig is the defending champion at 138.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Noah Wusstig, Moanalua vs. Cameron Hirota, Mililani
— Wusstig, fall :53
Naikoa Simao, Leilehua vs. Mark Butcher, Kalaheo
— Simao, 4-3

152
FINAL
(1) Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei vs. Pookela De Santos, Leilehua
— Pagurayan, 14-3
>> Rematch of OIA West Division final.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei vs. Mason Yoshino, Kaiser
— Pagurayan, fall 2:51
Karter Nitahara, Moanalua vs. Pookela De Santos, Leilehua
— De Santos, 5-2

160
FINAL
(1) Boltyn Taam, Moanalua vs. Jhael Jb Jose, Leilehua
— Taam, 5-1
>> Taam won an ILH title last year with Saint Louis at 145 and will now go for an OIA crown.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Boltyn Taam, Moanalua vs. Mason Andrews, Radford
— Taam, 3-0
Jhael Jb Jose, Leilehua vs. Nathan Miller, Mililani
— Jose, 8-3

170
FINAL
(1) Rysan Leong, Kalaheo vs. Andrew Adiniwin, Moanalua
— Leong, fall 4:00
>> Rematch of OIA East Division final Leong won 5-1.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Rysan Leong, Kalaheo vs. Brian Himalaya, Waianae
— Leong, fall :33
Andrew Adiniwin, Moanalua vs. Taylor Daack, Radford
— Adiniwin, 6-4

182
FINAL
(1) Jaycen Crisostomo, Moanalua vs. Vance Keliihoomalu, Kapolei
— Keliihoomalu, SV-1 4-2

SEMIFINALS
(1) Jaycen Crisostomo, Moanalua vs. Tray Tharpe, Kalaheo
— Crisostomo, 8-2
Vance Keliihoomalu, Kapolei vs. Lahaina Kane, Kailua
— Keliihoomalu, fall 1:11

195
FINAL
(1) Tao Tuulima, Kapolei vs. Aidan Fernandes, Pearl City
— Tuulima, 17-7

SEMIFINALS
(1) Tao Tuulima, Kapolei vs. Naomas Asuega-Fualaau, Kaimuki
— Tuulima, fall 2:46
Sean Waldrop, Kalaheo vs. Aidan Fernandes, Pearl City
— Fernandes, fall 1:59

220
FINAL
(1) Austin Morris, Campbell vs. Zion Lista, Farrington
— Morris, TB-1 5-4

SEMIFINALS
(1) Austin Morris, Campbell vs. Charles Hanohano, Kapolei
— Morris, 9-1
Zion Lista, Farrington vs. Pontus Thiravong, Radford
— Lista, 4-3

285
FINAL
(1) Iulio Atonio, McKinley vs. Rafael Leapaga, Kapolei
— Atonio, 8-2

SEMIFINALS
(1) Iulio Atonio, McKinley vs. Malaefono Ale, Moanalua
— Atonio, fall 2:59
Rafael Leapaga, Kapolei vs. Jace Filipo Rodrigues, Waianae
— Leapaga, 4-2

GIRLS

97
FINAL
(1) Jazmyn Enriquez, Campbell vs. Precious Tampos, Moanalua
>> Enriquez wins her first state title, 5-0, as Tampos somehow avoided getting pinned in the final seconds.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Jazmyn Enriquez, Campbell vs. Giana Ragudos, Aiea
— Enriquez, fall 4:51
Precious Tampos, Moanalua vs. Erin Hikiji, Mililani
— Tampos, Maj. 10-1

102
FINAL
(1) Majesty Terukina, Campbell vs. Brianna Funakoshi, Aiea
— Terukina, 3-2
>> Both are going for their first league crown.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Majesty Terukina, Campbell vs. Savannah Ramos, Leilehua
— Terukina, fall 1:09
Caitlin Yap, Moanalua vs. Brianna Funakoshi, Aiea
— Funakoshi, fall 5:20

107
FINAL
(1) Aliicia Mahoe, Kapolei vs. Shantelle Mangrobang, Leilehua
— Mahoe, 8-2
>> Mangrobang is the defending champion at 107 while Mahoe won at 97 pounds two years ago. Mahoe beat Mangrobang last week for the OIA West Division title.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Aliicia Mahoe, Kapolei vs. Makena Abe, Mililani
— Mahoe, fall 1:01
Patricia Pahinag, Kalani vs. Shantelle Mangrobang, Leilehua
— Mangrobang, fall 2:29

112
FINAL
(1) Alizeih Villalpando, Campbell vs. Anjelynn Baron, Roosevelt
— Villalpando, 13-0

SEMIFINALS
(1) Alizeih Villalpando, Campbell vs. Kailee Wilcox, Nanakuli
— Villalpando, fall 1:16
Kaianne Sabagala, Kahuku vs. Anjelynn Baron, Roosevelt
— Baron, fall 3:56

117
FINAL
(1) Sadie Reyes, Waianae vs. Codi-jane Kamaka, Moanalua
— Reyes, fall 4:49
>> Reyes has two OIA West Division titles but no overall league crown yet.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Sadie Reyes, Waianae vs. Kyara Tagami, Kalani
— Reyes, fall 5:18
Codi-jane Kamaka, Moanalua vs. Kili Terukina, Campbell
— Kamaka, 8-6

122
FINAL
(1) Makana Cooper, Pearl City vs. Katie Reyes, Waianae
— Cooper, 12-2
>> Cooper will look to repeat against Reyes in a rematch of an OIA West Division final won by Cooper, 18-2.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Makana Cooper, Pearl City vs. Ino Terukina, Campbell
— Cooper, 10-3
Rachel Oshita, Moanalua vs. Katie Reyes, Waianae
— Reyes, fall 2:51

127
FINAL
(1) Emily Paulino, Kalani vs. vs. Kira Borengasser, Moanalua
— Paulino, fall 3:24
>> Paulino won 6-3 over Borengasser at last week’s OIA East Division championships.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Emily Paulino, Kalani vs. Kelly Ibarra, Kapolei
— Paulino, fall 1:25
April Kekuewa, Campbell vs. Kira Borengasser, Moanalua
— Borengasser, fall 1:15

132
FINAL
(1) Chanel Hunter, Pearl City vs. Faith Joy Okubo, Moanalua
— Okubo, 2-1
>> Okubo edges Abaya to reach final after losing by two points in OIA East Division final.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Chanel Hunter, Pearl City vs. Ariez Igafo, Castle
— Hunter, fall 3:59
Phoebe Pineda Abaya, Kalani vs. Faith Joy Okubo, Moanalua
— Okubo, 8-7

138
FINAL
Jamie Grilho, Aiea vs. Lana Perez, Moanalua
— Perez, fall 2:43
>> Grilho hands a No. 1 seed a loss for the first time in tournament to reach final after getting pinned by Sardinha last week at the OIA West Division championships.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Heavenli Sardinha, Campbell vs. Jamie Grilho, Aiea
— Grilho, 5-4
Lana Perez, Moanalua vs. Kimberly Kealoha, Mililani
— Perez, fall 5:26

145
FINAL
(1) Sadie Antoque, Castle vs. Tiare Carlson, Waianae
— Carlson, fall 1:49
>> Antoque is the defending champion.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Sadie Antoque, Castle vs. Anissa Wright, Campbell
— Antoque, Fall 4:30
Tiare Carlson, Waianae vs. Jennifer Tongi, Kahuku
— Carlson, fall 1:31

155
FINAL
(1) Kaleinani Makuaole, Waianae vs. Keahi Paas-Basilio, Leilehua
— Makuaole, 8-0
>> Rematch of OIA West Division final Makuaole won by pin.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Kaleinani Makuaole, Waianae vs. Hannah Oshiro, Moanalua
— Makuaole, 3-1
Katie Heim, Kaiser vs. Keahi Paas-Basilio, Leilehua
— Paas-Basilio, 15-8

168
FINAL
(1) Kelani Corbett, Leilehua vs. Alexis Tupuola, Moanalua
— Corbett, fall 5:03
>> Corbett going for a third straight league crown.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Kelani Corbett, Leilehua vs. Francesca Evans, Pearl City
— Corbett, fall 5:34
Alexis Tupuola, Moanalua vs. Luana Kanongataa, Kahuku
— Tupuola, 3-1

184
FINAL
(1) Alana Dela Pena, Moanalua vs. Antonio Tomas, Leilehua
— Dela Pena gets the win after Tomas tapped out. Leilehua coaches thought it was an illegal hold and there was a meeting of officials before Dela Pena was awarded the win.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Alana Dela Pena, Moanalua vs. Fia Ito, Farrington
— Dela Pena, fall 1:15
Jacinta Fonoti, Mililani vs. Antonio Tomas, Leilehua
— Tomas, fall 5:49

225
FINAL
(1) Lavenia Fotu, Farrington vs. Tangiteina Niutupuivaha, Kahuku
— Fotu, 3-1
>> Fotu is the 2017 champion and Niutupuivaha is the 2018 champ.

SEMIFINALS
(1) Lavenia Fotu, Farrington vs. Savannah Pilialoha, Waipahu
— Fotu, fall 2:26
Tangiteina Niutupuivaha, Kahuku vs. Natasha Paleaei, Moanalua
— Niutupuivaha, fall 2:49

COMMENTS

  1. SportPARENT February 9, 2019 4:14 pm

    If you got a daughter have her wrestle. Wrestling is the new sport of high schools and colleges. Right now WIDE OPEN not like the boys side where it’s the oldest sport and very very competitive, The girls side is the opposite and VERY shallow in talent and depth. Here in Hawaii we have girls who are not even state champs do very well nationally!


  2. No Excuses February 10, 2019 12:59 am

    What are you talking about the girls have just as much talent & high level wrestlers as the boys plus they put in just as much work!!!


  3. Tammy February 10, 2019 7:55 am

    Yes I have a son and two daughters that wrestle. Yes it’s much different for the girls but they work just as hard but the opportunities to do well are much easier than my son has.


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