Ready to Rumble: Girls 102

Kaiser's Tiare-Lynn Ikei beat Roosevelt's Xiaolin Mai at 104 pounds in the OIA Championships. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.
Kaiser’s Tiare-Lynn Ikei beat Roosevelt’s Xiaolin Mai at 104 pounds in the OIA Championships. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

The 2016 Chevron Hawaii/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships begin Friday. To get you ready, we will preview the matchups in each weight class for both boys and girls.

Gooman def. Keliiholokai, 1:03
Curran def. Saribay, 3:32
Mai def. Ishikawa, 0:42
Hettel-Hori def. Masiglat, 6-4
Ikei def. Bernaldez, 3:31
Nishimura def. Yamada, 11-4
Falces def. Massey, 6-3
Chaves def. Vivas, 4-3

Gooman def. Curran, major decision, 17-4
Mai def. Hettel-Hori, 9-2
Ikei def. Nishimura, 1:15
Chaves def. Falces, 0:15

Gooman gets the top seed because she has been the most consistently excellent all season, taking Officials and Nanakuli before earning her first ILH title. Mai was the closest to her with wins at Paani and Nanakuli but she got tripped up by Ikei in the OIA championships. Not that Ikei wasn’t deserving, she placed in the top three in every major tournament. Ikei faces a tough draw in the first round with Bernaldez but the second round looks easier. MIL champ Chelsey Chaves is the only state placer with a fifth place last year but she was underwhelming this season until taking her league. Vivas has been busy and can give her a rub, but the bottom half of the bracket appears set up for Ikei.

Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha
Teura Keliiholokai, Kapolei

Charity Curran,Campbell
Sami Saribay, Lahainaluna


Xiaolin Mai, Roosevelt
Kaisa Ishikawa, Kauai

Isabel Masiglat, Mililani
Olivia Hettel-Hori, Kealakehe


Tiare-Lynn Ikei, Kaiser
Khaitlin Bernaldez, Moanalua

Nicoelle, Nishimura, Aiea
Lindi Nakao Yamada, Punahou


Ashley Falces, KS-Hawaii
Ruby Massey, Hanalani

Alana Vivas, Kahuku
Chelsey Chavas, Maui


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