Weekend wrestling results, Jan. 18

by Jerry Campany on January 20, 2014

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Still taking results until tomorrow afternoon, here is what I know from the last weekend. Please send any results you have to jcampany@staradvertiser.com or put them in the comments. Rankings will be updated tomorrow. I am afraid that I probably can’t see any wrestling this weekend with ILH girls soccer championships and swimming championships on Saturday, I will need results more than ever.

girls 97
No. 5 Brandi Yoshida (Campbell) beat No. 6 Alexis Nelson (Waianae). That doesn’t change anything.

girls 101
No. 2 Malie Gonsalves (Waianae) pinned No. 1 Kalissa Pundyke (Campbell) in 32 seconds. That’s got to put her back on top.
Chelsey Chaves of Maui finished first on Maui ahead of Iverly Navarro, Chaves knocking on the door. No. 4 Kristen Roche of Pearl City lost to Sacia Mahoe of Kapolei, Mahoe will probably enter the top 10.

girls 105
NO. 5 Kelly Rivera (Mililani) pinned No. 6 Alana Alviar (Campbell). Takaesu pinned No. 10 Kelsey Cruz.

girls 109
Diamond Freitas was tops on Maui, solid No. 3

girls 113
Jenna Mauliloa ruled on Maui, easy No. 1. No. 3 Alexis Ford of Pearl City won as well.

girls 117
Maria Donley of Kaiser pinned No. 3 Alsie Bahilot of Castle, but got stuck by McKinley’s Jojo Lau. Lau will almost certainly move into the rankings this week, Bahilot gets a pass for now. Donley probably fits in the top 10 now, too.

girls 121

Campbell’s Fabienne Palipti took on two top five wrestlers, being pinned byt No. 2 Angela Lee of Mililani and No. 4 Tehani Carlson of Waianae. Norylyn Cabonce of Kauai won on Maui over Molokai’s Sierra Pico, she will almost certainly take her spot.

girls 125
Don’t know much about Oahu, but Esther Torres Umi of Molokai won on Maui over teammate Alexandria Simon and NO. 10 Kaile Kron of Lahaianaluna.

girls 130
no action that I know of

girls 135
Vasquez won as usual, waiting to see what Yamaguchi did. Otherwise, unless she was dominant it is time for Vasquez to rise to No. 2. Shayna Botelho of Baldwin took second on Maui ahead of No. 4 Ripzah Torres Umi of Molokai.

girls 140
Not much to see here, Carly Jaramillo dominated as usual and Natanya Kang won up in Waialua.


girls 155

Campbell’s Caragh Morris bounced back with a win.

girls 175
Sadie Kala of Baldwin beat teammate NO. 4 Courtnie Taua on Maui. That probably doesn’t drop Taua, but Kala can expect to enter the rankings.

girls 220
Lahainaluna’s Lalelei Mataafa solidified her top spot on Maui, No. 3 Taylor Allen of Campbell pinned No. 5 Daisy Agea of Waianae. I don’t see anyone behind the Searider to make her drop, though. Ayzhia Williams of Kapolei upset No. 6 Aysza Aveina of Pearl City, 10-5

boys 106
Maui went according to form, with Izaak Panlasigui Domingo of Lahainaluna beating Maui’s John Paul Zane.

boys 113
Campbell’s Platt won to barely stay ahead of Lahainaluna’s Souta Nardi, who won on Maui.

boys 120
No. 7 Jayden Gallarde (Campbell) beat No. 8 Alika Agustin (Waianae). Michael Corpuz of Molokai won on Maui. Kapolei’s Ilabon Rickard and Higa.

boys 126
No. 2 Isaac Diamond (Mililani) pinned NO. 3 Dillon Quitagua (Campbell) rather easily. Josten Saibay of King Kekaulike won on Maui. Pearl City’s Alex Ursua won by pin.

boys 132
Jay Ryan Ballesteros of Lahainaluna beat No. 8 Slayden Lloyd of Baldwin and Kaiser’s Alika Durham will probably enter the rankings after a pair of wins but No. 9 Sheldon Bailey beat Campbell’s Josh Gallarde, so he isn’t dropping. Kapolei’s Skylar Albright pinned Pearl City’s Trevor Alvarado.

boys 138
No. 7 Brian Pascua (Iolani) pinned No. 3 Joshua Crimmins (Punahou), but I need that confirmed. Mililani’s Braydon Akeo went 3-0 and Baldwin’s Stevenson ruled on Maui. Kaeo Skeele of Kaiser picked up a win. If the Pascua result is true, these rankings will really shake up in the middle. I am thinking 3. Stevenson, 4. Crimmins, 5. Chism, 6. Pascua.

boys 145
Mililani’s Gabriel Jimenez looked strong at Waianae with three wins, Chism wrestled here and won on Maui over Baldwin’s Keian Inouye. Gotta move Chism up, maybe as high as No. 5.

boys 152
Bubba Jaramillo won on Maui, but No. 5 Robert Campos of Lahainaluna finished second ahead of No. 4 Kalei Cabinting of King Kekaulike. I have no problem swapping those two. Solomon is still king, though.

boys 160
Not much here, Campbell’s Francis Taua remains on the rise and Rusty Hui Sing won on Maui. Leilehua’s Lono beat Kapolei’s Smeltzer.

boys 170
Lahainaluna’s Thomas Rosen St. John won a tough bracket on Maui ahead of Tavian Del Rosario of Lanai

boys 182
nothing to see here, except No. 1 Maui Lii Lee of Pearl City beating Kapolei’s Shaundale Magnani.

boys 195
Unranked David Slagle of Maui beat No. 7 Kauhi Kanakaole of Hana on Maui, he will probably rise but not overtake him yet. No. 4 Moses Wiseman of Kapolei beat No. 1 Paul Joe of Pearl City, that will probably vault Laros to No. 1 and Wiseman to No. 3.

boys 220
MIlilani’s Dayton Furuta went unbeaten but was pushed by Tristen Ludiazo of Campbell. Ludiazo also beat No. 5 Nayton Kuresa of Waianae, he will certainly enter the rankings. Kana Jennins of Leilehua went 2-1 with his only loss to Furuta, he pinned Kuresa so he will definitely jump him.

boys 285
Cambbell’s Tia looked as strong as usual. No. 4 Fuamatu and No. 10 Muti both beat Kapolei’s Alapai.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Spladler January 20, 2014 at 11:52 pm

Pascua has got to be ahead of Chism by now and probably Crimmins too after pinning him. I understand Chism was a state runner up last year but who has he beaten THIS year to justify his ranking?

Jerry Campany January 21, 2014 at 8:59 am

After looking at it, I am leaning with ya, Splad. Pascua probably needs to be right behind Crimmins until he beats him again. The only thing keeping Chism up there is second in states, but that gets farther and farther away each day. Other than that, he has a sixth on Maui and sixth at Officials to his discredit.

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