Ready to Rumble: Girls 184

Kamehameha's Leilano Camargo-Naone is the top seed at 184 pounds in the state tournament.
Kamehameha’s Leilano Camargo-Naone is the top seed at 184 pounds in the state tournament.

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.

FIRST ROUND
Camargo Naone advanced with a bye
Tiumalu def. Liufau, 2:20
English def. Johnson, 1:51
Kaaihue def. Tanuvasa, 1:49
Ayers advances with a bye
Perez-Ewe def. Tupuola, 6-5
Peterson def. Andre Kalima, 3:47
Minamoto advances with a bye

QUARTERFINALS
Camargo Naone def. Tiumalu, 1:44
Kaaihue def. English, 0:25
Ayers def. Perez-Ewe, 1:54
Miyamoto def. Peterson, 0:42

Leilani Camargo Naone, Kamehameha
BYE

Kiara Tiumalu, Campbell
vs.
Myra Liufau, Kealakehe

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Martika English, Molokai
vs.
Kayla Johnson, Hawaii Prep

Michelle Tanuvasa, Pearl City
vs.
Jayde Kaaihue, Nanakuli

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Ebony Ayers, Keaau
BYE

Alexis Tupuola, Moanalua
vs.
Jaeleen Perez-Ewe, Leilehua

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Krystal Andre Kalima, Maui
vs.
Tiana Peterson, Kapolei

Hannah Miyamoto, Lahainaluna
BYE

Camargo Naone is the top seed after taking Officials and Nanakuli as well as her second ILH championship. Bush moving down a weight class makes this bracket at little bit easier for everyone who is left, there are few state placers here. Perez Ewe is dangerous after a third place at Officials, she is set to meet BIIF champ Ayers in the second round. Ayers is a state placer, taking fifth at 220 last yearend winning that weight class at Officials as well. Miyamoto gets a bye in the first round as the MIL champ and faces either Peterson or Kalima in her first match. Should get get that far, her semifinal opponent should be a challenge.

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