‘Iolani Classic: Update, Monday, 10:20 p.m.

By Paul Honda

Updates from Monday’s games at the ‘Iolani Classic.

Semifinal: Yates (Houston, Texas) 88, Columbia (Decatur, Ga.) 66


Joseph Young poured in 30 points as the Lions hounded the Eagles in the late game, breaking open a close battle during the third quarter.

Yates led just 38-36 at intermission, but relentless fullcourt press wore down Columbia. Young’s 3-point bombs were daggers during the third-quarter blitz. He finished with seven treys in all. Darius Gardner and Elton Roy added 12 points each, and Brandon Peters had 11.

JerShonn Cobb led Columbia with 18 points. Darnelius Sessions (14), Stephon Allen (10) and sophomore Jarmal Reid (10) all finished in double figures.

Yates (Texas) 22 16 21 29 88

Columbia (Ga.) 14 22 14 16 66

Yates: Joseph Young 30, Darveon Trahan 1, Elton Roy 12, Trey Dickerson 2, Marshall Lange 0, Gary Jackson 0, Ronnie Lewis 0, Gregory Watts 0, Charles Lewis 0, Brandon Peters 11, Darius Gardner 12, Shuneric Martin 2, Clyde Santee 7, Alexander Davis 11, Chris Hill 0, Wesley Afolayan 0.

Columbia: Lorenzo Jones 0, Jade McClendon 0, Stephon Allen 10, Christopher Grier 0, JerShon Cobb 18, Chris Daniels 2, Pierre Tyson 2, Jamil Saaka 0, Jarmal Reid 10, Darnelius Session 14, Samual Mike 6, Jordan Johnson 0.

3-point goals—Yates 11 (Young 7, Roy 2, Peters, Santee), Columbia none.

Semifinal: Neumann-Goretti (Pa.) 72, Montrose Christian (Md.) 65

Wake Forest-bound Tony Chennault poured in 29 points and Tyreek Duran (LaSalle) added 22 as the Saints upset the nation’s No. 5-ranked team (ESPN Fab 50).

Mustafaa Jones chipped in 12 points as Neumann-Goretti’s guards controlled the game in the final quarter.

Josh Hairston (Duke) led Montrose with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Terrence Ross (Maryland) had a cold shooting night and finished with 15 points (6-for-21).

Montrose Christian (Md.) 14 17 19 15 65

Neumann-Goretti (Pa.) 18 14 19 21 72

MC: Donell Diggs 0, Yuki Togashi 0, Nazareth Long 7, LeBrent Walker 0, Tyler Hubbard 4, Giovanni Arrindell 0, Nigel Pruitt 0, Josh Hairston 20, Justin Anderson 4, Terrence Ross 15, Paul Gombwer 8, Michael Carera 7.

NG: Hanif Sutton 0, Tyreek Duran 22, Mustafaa Jones 12, Tony Chennault 29, Matt Rodden 0, John Davis 0, Daniel Stewart 3, Derrick Stewart 2, Mark Squilla 0, Lamin Fulton 4, Dominique Reid 0, Billy Shank 0.

3-point goals—MC 4 (Ross 3, Hairston), NG 5 (Jones 2, Chennault 2, Duran).

Championship bracket consolation: Kinston (N.C.) 54, ‘Iolani 51

North Carolina recruit Reggie Bullock scored 16 points and Josh Benoit added 12 as the Vikings rallied.

The Raiders led most of the way before the visitors took the lead in the final minutes. ‘Iolani missed two 3-points shots in the final minute that would have tied the game, including a try from the right corner by Jarrett Arakawa at the buzzer.

Kainoa Chu led the Raiders with a career-high 32 points, including six treys and 6-for-7 shooting at the foul line

‘Iolani 18 13 7 13 51

Kinston (N.C.) 19 5 13 17 54

‘Iolani: Andrew Skalman 0, Ammon Baldomero 0, Reece Foy 0, Reid Saito 5, Jarrett Arakawa 3, Josiah Sukumaran 2, Kainoa Chu 32, Trevyn Tulonghari 9, Evan Sukita 0, Keahi Hogan 0, Jourdan Simmonds 0, Adam Ching 0, John Foy 0, Gabriel Vega 0.

Kinston: Cleveland Banks 7, Josh Dawson 0, C.J. Bradshawn 2, Chris Brown 0, Rodderick Wilks 0, Tre’ Jones 3, Donte Reynolds 0, Kyle Brown 0, Dory Hines 8, Dallas Best 2, Josh Benoit 10, Reggie Bullock 16, Mike Tyson 6.

3-point goals—‘Iolani 9 (Chu 6, Saito, Arakawa, Tulonghari), Kinston 2 (Banks, Jones).

Championship bracket consolation: Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.) 68, Lutheran (Orange, Calif.) 66

Nate Britt swished a 17-footer on the baseline as time expired to lift the Eagles over the Lancers. Britt’s shot came off a feed from Cedrick Lindsay, who drove to the foul line looking left, hung in the air and found Britt near the right corner at the last moment.

Lindsay led Gonzaga with 20 points and Tyler Thornton added 16.

Dylan Rice (22 points) and Tyler Funk (21) paced Lutheran.

Lutheran (Calif.) 16 15 17 18 66

Gonzaga (D.C.) 20 18 17 13 68

Lutheran: James Douglas 7, Tyler Funk 21, Dylan Rice 22, Chad Morris 3, Peyton Banks 6, Mason Hahn 2, Andrew Vick 0, Brad Battenberg 0, Drake Ulmer 0, Andrew Bastien 0, Jared Carver 0, Christo Kourtzidis 0, Gabe York 3, Scott Baron 2, Matt Gest 0.

Gonzaga: Tyler Thornton 16, Cedrick Lindsay 20, Cahli Thomas 2, Danny Williams 0, Nate Britt 4, Malcolm Lemmons 12, Ben Dickinson 2, Kevin Hogan 2, Malek Williams 2, Will Rassman 0, Kris Jenkins 2, Oliver Ellison 6.


3-point goals—Lutheran 4 (Funk 2, Douglas, York), Gonzaga 1 (Thornton).

Consolation: Kamehameha 53, Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.) 52

Micah Christenson drilled a 3-pointer with 20 seconds left as the Warriors rallied from a nine-point deficit to edge the Huskies. Christenson led Kamehameha, the defending Hawaii state champion, with 20 points, and Dyrbe Enos added 16.

Jack Cone led Hamilton with 17 points.

With 1 minute to go, Kamehameha trailed by five points. Junior guard Shane Matayoshi (12 points) hit his third trey of the game to bring the Warriors within 52-50. After a steal off fullcourt pressure, Kamehameha got the ball to Christenson, their 6-foot-5 sharpshooter for the go-ahead 3-pointer.

Hamilton’s Micah Fetters missed a baseline jumper as time expired.

Eleven of Kamehameha’s 19 field goals came from the arc.

Kamehameha 9 16 9 19 53

Hamilton (Ariz). 11 14 15 12 52

Kamehameha: Chris Bright 0, Shane Matayoshi 12, Frank Ho 1, Micah Christenson 20, Branden Orpillia 0, Brent Auyong 0, Chaz Bajet 0, Davis Achong 2, Devin Kuhns 2, Taylor Taliulu 0, Charlton Tang 0, Dyrbe Enos 16, Shane Yoshida 0.

Hamilton: Jerry Harville 0, Jack Cone 17, Kyle Hartwig 0, Greg Darley 2, Bayrd Goudeau 4, Zach Royal 0, Eric Jacobsen 8, Jonathan Wilt 9, Scott Bonner 0, Josh Malone 4, Micah Fetters 7, LeSean Marks 1, Nick Northrop 0, Eric James Bryan 0.

3-point goals—Kamehameha 11 (Christenson 4, Enos 4, Matayoshi 3), Hamilton 3 (Fetters 2, Cone).

Consolation: Tsinghua (Beijing) 45, Kahuku 27

Yuliang Hou scored 12 points and Bo Wang added 11 as the Dragons dominated the Red Raiders.

Sage Kaka led Kahuku with eight points.

Kahuku 4 6 7 10 27

Tsinghua 17 13 11 4 45

Kahuku: Michael Tyau 4, Kawehene Johnson 0, Samala Afalava 0, Hans Brown 2, Evan Moe 0, Sage Kaka 8, Wonka Beatty 0, Nehoa Akina 6, Jackson Kaka 2, Shairone Thompson 3, Josh Christiansen 0, K.J. Uluave 2, Mason Golden 0, Michael Leoto 0.

Tsinghua: Ruinan Wu 0, Kunyi Teng 0, Pengbo Wu 5, Shijia Sun 0, Zeshi Liu 0, Zeqi Wang 0, Zhangtian Tian 2, Bo Wang 11, Yuliang Hou 12, Qiguang Zhou 0, Kai Guo 6, Hangchu Liu 9.

3-point goals—Kahuku 4 (S. Kaka 2, Akina 2), Tsinghua 1 (B. Wang).

Consolation: Radford 44, Kaimuki 43

J.B. Fontenot scored 14 points to lead the Rams over the Bulldogs. Fontenot hit three treys and has nine bombs in his last two games.

Tevin Nishiyama had four of Kaimuki’s seven 3-pointers and finished with 15 points.

Radford 8 15 12 9 44

Kaimuki 12 8 15 8 43

Radford: T.J. Reid 9, Glenn Castil 0, Tevita Baravilala 4, Jefferson Fiesta 0, Dylan Prieto-Hokamura 0, Travir Fata 0, Zach Pelzl 4, Cole Gloster 0, Bobby Woshlager 0, Isaiah Jackson 11, Dorsey Norris 2, J.B. Fontenot 14, Warren Carter 0, Ben Scheuring 0, Cy Salanoa 0, Roscoe Kalilikane 0.

Kaimuki: Raphael Vares 0, Tevin Nishiyama 15, Nicholas Motellang 0, Mason Kualii-Moe 6, Gordan Gestrich 0, A.J. DeJesus 0, Jonn Kakitani 0, Elijah Morita 0, Johnny Tuitele 2, Timothy Lu 0, Gabriel Stetziel 9, Chester Sua 8, Sean Spencer 3, Ken Hashimoto 0.

3-point goals—Radford 4 (Fontenot 3, Baravilala), Kaimuki 7 (Nishiyama 4, Kualii-Moe 2, Stetziel).

Consolation: Moanalua 65, ‘Iolani II 54

Marcus Monroe scored 17 points, Reece Racoma had 12 and Josiah Kauhola nailed three treys and finished with 11 points for Na Menehune.

Curtis Martin led ‘Iolani’s Division II team with 19 points. Jordan Tattori added 17.

‘Iolani II 12 8 15 19 54

Moanalua 22 18 12 13 65

‘Iolani II: Sam Lee 2, Larsen Leu 0, Josh Seto 1, Tracy Young 0, Jordan Tottori 17, Scott Sakaida 4, Matt Talavera 3, Curtis Martin 19, Reese Zukeran 0, Taylor Kennedy 8.


Moanalua: Bronson Kepa 0, Reece Racoma 12, Kevin Amaral 2, Aaron Davis 0, Alex Braswell 0, Brandon Guerreo 0, Josiah Sukumaran 11, Wesley Armbrust 7, Marcus Monroe 17, Dexter Williams 0, Marcus Keene 6, Carl Ko 6, Marcellis Turner 0, Dominique Jones 4, Richard Villasenor 0.

3-point goals—‘Iolani II: 4 (Tottori 3, Martin), Moanalua 5 (Kauhola 3, Racoma 2).

COMMENTS

  1. facebook-572607459 December 22, 2009 2:18 am

    JY is doing their man. They showing out up there in Hawaii


  2. lgasiii December 22, 2009 8:18 am

    JY is doing their man. They showing out up there in Hawaii


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