Kamehameha’s Obrey leads all-tourney team

The all-tournament team was honored at the Orthopedic Associates Sacred Hearts Invitational at Dorothy Macy Nobriga Gymnasium. From left: most outstanding player Kalina Obrey and Jewel Paaluhi-Caulk of Kamehameha, Dallas Medeiros and Te‘Hiwa Medeiros of Sacred Hearts, Ally Wada of Hawaii Baptist and Kelsie Imai of Waiakea. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser (Dec. 2, 2017)

Kamehameha junior Kalina Obrey was named most outstanding player of the Orthopedic Associates Sacred Hearts Invitational basketball tournament on Saturday.

Obrey had 21 points against Kamehameha-Maui, 19 points and 21 rebounds against Waiakea, and poured 20 points against Hawaii Baptist.

Teammate Jewel Paaluhi-Caulk, their point guard, was also selected to the all-tournament team.
14 vs ksm, 16 against Waiakea and 11 against HBA.

Joining them are Dallas Martinez and Te‘Hiwa Medeiros of Sacred Hearts, Kelsie Imai of Waiakea and Ally Wada of Hawaii Baptist.

Martinez scored 12 points against Waipahu, 29 points in a semifinal win over HBA — 11-for-11 at the free-throw line — and then had 24 points and eight rebounds in the championship game against Waiakea.

Medeiros scored 15 points against Waipahu and 16 points against HBA. She added six points, six boards and two blocks against Waiakea.

Imai sparked Waiakea with 19 points in a win over Roosevelt, then poured in 28 points against Kamehameha, including three treys.

Wada had 16 points against Mililani, 24 against Sacred Hearts in the semifinals and 18 against Waiakea (four treys).

Other notable performances:

Kimani Fernandez-Roy of Kamehameha-Maui scored 19 points in an opening-round game against Kamehameha, 14 against Roosevelt, and nine points with 11 caroms against Mililani.

Kyley Nakagawa of HBA had 11 points against Mililani, 15 points against Sacred Hearts on five 3-pointers. She scored seven points against Waiakea.

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