‘Iolani Classic: Championship update, Tuesday, 10:45 p.m.

By Paul Honda

Final day of the Classic. Teams are tired, but playing hard, their fifth game in six days.

Kamehameha won a thriller over Tsinghua in consolation play despite missing key free throws down the stretch.


Championship: Yates (Houston) 97, Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia) 96

Yates 24 23 21 29 97

Neumann-Goretti 31 22 21 22 96

Yates: Joseph Young 25, Darveon Trahan 0, Elton Roy 6, Trey Dickerson 0, Marshall Lange 2, Gary Jackson 4, Ronnie Lewis 0, Gregory Watts 0, Charles Lewis 0, Brandon Peters 28, Darius Gardner 23, Shuneric Martin 0, Clyde Santee 0, Alexander Davis 9, Chris Hill 0, Wesley Afolayan 0.

Neumann-Goretti: Hanif Sutton 0, Tyreek Duran 20, Mustafaa Jones 10, Tony Chennault 28, Matt Rodden 0, John Davis 0, Daniel Stewart 18, Derrick Stewart 4, Mark Squilla 0, Lamin Fulton 16, Dominique Reid 0, Billy Shank 0.

3-point goals—Yates 8 (Young 4, Peters 2, Gardner 2), NG 7 (Fulton 3, Jones 2, Duran, Chennault).

Third place: Montrose Christian (Md.) 48, Columbia (Ga.) 45

Josh Hairston scored 15 points and Terrence Ross added 11 to pace the Mustangs.

JerShon Cobb led Columbia with 17 points.

Columbia 12 8 13 12 45

Montrose Christian 11 14 15 8 48

Columbia: Lorenzo Jones 0, Jade McClendon 0, Tahj Shamsid-Deen 2, Stephon Allen 3, Christopher Grier 9, JerShon Cobb 17, Chris Daniels 4, Pierre Tyson 2, Jamil Saaka 0, Jarmal Reid 5, Darnelius Session 3, Samual Mike 0, Jordan Johnson 0.

Montrose Christian: Donell Diggs 6, Yuki Togashi 0, Nazareth Long 0, LeBrent Walker 0, Tyler Hubbard 0, Giovanni Arrindell 0, Nigel Pruitt 0, Josh Hairston 15, Justin Anderson 2, Terrence Ross 11, Paul Gombwer 7, Michael Carera 7.

3-point goals—Columbia 2 (Grier, Reid), MC 4 (Hairston 2, Diggs, Ross).

Fifth place: Gonzaga (Washington D.C.) 84, Kinston (N.C.) 64

Cedrick Lindsay poured in 30 points as the Eagles soared over the Vikings.

Reggie Bullock led Kinston with 16 points.

Gonzaga 22 18 23 21 84

Kinston 14 16 19 15 64

Gonzaga: Tyler Thornton 11, Cedrick Lindsay 30, Cahli Thomas 13, Danny Williams 2, Nate Britt 0, Malcolm Lemmons 17, Ben Dickinson 4, Kevin Hogan 2, Malek Williams 4, Will Rassman 0, Kris Jenkins 1, Oliver Ellison 0.

Kinston: Cleveland Banks 2, Josh Dawson 1, C.J. Bradshawn 0, Chris Brown 3, Rodderick Wilks 0, Tre’ Jones 3, Donte Reynolds 0, Kyle Brown 0, Dory Hines 7, Dallas Best 10, Josh Benoit 8, Reggie Bullock 16, Mike Tyson 14.

3-point goals—Gonzaga 1 (Thomas), Kinston 4 (Bullock 2, Brown, Benoit).

Seventh place: Lutheran (Orange, Calif.) 68, ‘Iolani 41

A 22-4 third-quarter run lifted the Lancers out of a tight battle with the Raiders. Tyler Funk and Gabe York led Lutheran with 12 points each. Dylan Rice added 11 and James Douglas had 10.

Jarrett Arakawa led ‘Iolani with 11 points.

Lutheran 15 13 22 18 68

‘Iolani 7 17 4 13 41

Lutheran: James Douglas 10, Tyler Funk 12, Dylan Rice 11, Chad Moris 2, Peyton Banks 0, Mason Hahn 1, Andrew Vick 0, Brad Battenberg 6, Drake Ulmer 1, Andrew Bastien 0, Jared Carver 0, Christo Kourtzidis 0, Gabe York 12, Scott Baron 7, Matt Gest 6.

‘Iolani: Andrew Skalman 3, Ammon Baldomero 2, Reece Foy 0, Reid Saito 3, Jarrett Arakawa 11, Josiah Sukumaran 6, Kainoa Chu 5, Trevyn Tulonghari 6, Evan Sukita 2, Keahi Hogan 0, Jourdan Simmonds 0, Adam Ching 0, John Foy 0, Gabriel Vega 3.

3-point goals—Lutheran 7 (Battenberg 2, York 2, Gest 2, Funk), ‘Iolani 4 (Arakawa 3, Chu).

Consolation, ninth place: Kamehameha 35, Tsinghua (Beijing) 34


Micah Christenson scored 17 points as the Warriors fought off a late Dragons rally.

Yuliang Hou led Tsinghua with nine points.

The Dragons were down 34-31 in the final minute and had two chances to tie the game after Kamehameha missed the front end of two 1-and-1s. Christenson hit a foul shot to give the Warriors a 35-31 lead with 15 seconds left, sealing the win.

Kamehameha 12 9 7 7 35

Tsinghua 6 8 7 13 34

Kamehameha: Chris Bright 2, Shane Matayoshi 2, Frank Ho 0, Micah Christenson 17, Branden Orpillia 0, Brent Auyong 0, Chaz Bajet 2, Davis Achong 0, Devin Kuhns 4, Taylor Taliulu 2, Charlton Tang 0, Dyrbe Enos 6, Shane Yoshida 0.

Tsinghua: Ruinan Wu 0, Kunyi Teng 0, Pengbo Wu 0, Shijia Sun 5, Zeshi Liu 0, Zeqi Wang 0, Zhangtian Tian 5, Bo Wang 4, Yuliang Hou 9, Qiguang Zhou 0, Kai Guo 7, Hangchu Liu 4.

3-point goals—Kamehameha 4 (Christenson 2, Enos 2), Tsinghua 2 (Sun, Hou).

Consolation, 11th place: Hamilton (Ariz.) 51, Kahuku 35

Bayrd Goudeau’s 11 points led a balanced Huskies attack.

Nehoa Akina had 11 points to lead Kahuku.

Hamilton (Ariz.) 14 18 13 6 51

Kahuku 10 12 9 4 35

Hamilton: Jerry Harville 0, Jack Cone 6, Kyle Hartwig 2, Greg Darley 3, Bobby Hudson 0, Bayrd Goudeau 11, Zach Royal 0, Eric Jacobsen 7, Jonathan Wilt 9, Scott Bonner 0, Josh Malone 4, Micah Fetters 2, LeSean Marks 0, Nick Northrop 7, Eric James Bryan 0.

Kahuku: Michael Tyau 0, Kawena Johnson 4, Samala Afalava 0, Hans Brown 2, Evan Moe 0, Sage Kaka 9, Wonka Beatty 3, Nehoa Akina 11, Jackson Kaka 0, Shairone Thompson 6, Josh Christiansen 0, K.J. Uluave 0, Mason Golden 0, Michael Leoto 0.

3-point goals—Hamilton 4 (Wilt 2, Cone, Darley), Kahuku 4 (S. Kaka 3, Akina).

Consolation, 13th place: Moanalua 80, Radford 39

Marcus Monroe scored 24 points and freshman Marcus Keene added 17 for Na Menehune.

T.J. Reid led the Rams with 13 points and J.B. Fontenot chipped in with 11.

Moanalua 21 12 18 29 80

Radford 5 10 16 8 39

Moanalua: Bronson Kepa 0, Reece Racoma 0, Kevin Amaral 2, Aaron Davis 0, Alex Braswell 0, Brandon Guerreo 0, Josiah Kauhola 10, Wesley Armbrust 8, Marcus Monroe 24, Dexter Williams 6, Marcus Keene 17, Carl Ko 6, Marcellis Turner 0, Dominique Jones 5, Richard Villasenor 2.

Radford: T.J. Reid 13, Glenn Castil 2, Tevita Baravilala 0, Jefferson Fiesta 0, Dylan Prieto-Hokamura 0, Travir Fata 0, Zach Pelzl 6, Cole Gloster 2, Bobby Woshlager 0, Isaiah Jackson 0, Dorsey Norris 2, J.B. Fontenot 11, Warren Carter 0, Ben Scheuring 0, Cy Salanoa 3, Roscoe Kalilikane 0.

3-point goals—Moanalua 1 (Monroe), Radford 2 (Fontenot 2).

Consolation, 15th place: Kaimuki 48, ‘Iolani II 43

Tevin Nishiyama scored 12 points and Sean Spencer added 11 as the Bulldogs rallied from a 20-8 deficit for their first win in the tourney.

Josh Seto (12 points) and Jordan Tottori (10) led the Division-II Raiders.

‘Iolani II 20 12 5 6 43

Kaimuki 8 11 11 18 48

‘Iolani II: Sam Lee 2, Larsen Leu 0, Josh Seto 12, Tracy Young 1, Jordan Tottori 10, Scott Sakaida 0, Matt Talavera 0, Curtis Martin 6, Reese Zukeran 6, Taylor Kennedy 6.


Kaimuki: Raphael Vares 0, Tevin Nishiyama 12, Nicholas Motellang 0, Mason Kualii-Moe 7, Gordan Gestrich 0, A.J. DeJesus 1, Jonn Kakitani 1, Elijah Morita 5, Johnny Tuitele 0, Timothy Lu 0, Gabriel Stetziel 7, Chester Sua 4, Sean Spencer 11, Ken Hashimoto 0.

3-point goals—‘Iolani II 6 (Seto 2, Tottori 2, Martin 2), Kaimuki 5 (Nishiyama 2, Kualii-Moe, Stetziel, Sua).

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