Kailua takes Surfrider Classic

Kailua's Kawene Hano Kahaisu kept the ball away from Codey Mira of Mid-Pacific on Saturday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser
Kailua’s Kawene Hano Kahaisu kept the ball away from Codey Mira of Mid-Pacific on Saturday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

The second week of tournament season in boys basketball wrapped up with a championship for Kailua.

The Surfriders beat Mid-Pacific 53-38 to take the title in the Surfrider Classic. Getting to the final on their home floor was no easy feat, as Kailua needed double overtime to beat Baldwin 54-46 in the semifinals. Mid-Pacific beat St. Francis 57-51.

Jonah Kalai scored 12 points and Noah Ahyat added 11 points to lead Kailua (5-0). Zachary Marrotte added 10.


“This is the most balanced team we’ve had since I’ve been here,” Kailua Coach Wally Marciel said.

Major Davis led the Owls with 16 points. Jason Kimura chipped in nine points.

St. Francis beat a tired Baldwin squad 70-57 for third place.

Punahou II beat Waianae 54-48 and Waipahu beat Campbell 60-59 on the second day.

Kaulana Makaula and Punahou went unbeaten this week. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser
Kaulana Makaula and Punahou went unbeaten this week. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser

Punahou, Saint Louis unbeaten at Alegre
ILH powers Punahou and Saint Louis went unbeaten through four tough days at the Alegre Tournament at Radford over the weekend.

The Buffanblu finished up their run with a 66-39 win over Farrington and the Crusaders beat Moanalua 60-53.

Punahou scored more than 66 points in each game but Saint Louis had the highest offensive output of the tournament with 89 against host Radford.

Day 4
Punahou 66, Farrington 39
Lahinaluna 58, Radford 38
Mililani 57, Honoka’a 34
St. Louis 60, Moanalua 53


Day 3
Lahainaluna 51, Farrington 37
Punahou 74, Mililani 68
Moanalua 61, Honoka’a 55
St. Louis 58, Leilehua 50

Day 2
Farrington 54, Honoka’a 44
Leilehua 49, Lahinaluna 46
St. Louis 89, Radford 71
Punahou 66, Moanalua 51

Day 1
Honoka’a 54, Radford 52
Lahinaluna 40, Mililani 37
Punahou 68, Leilehua 63
St. Louis 55, Farrington 39

Mark Viloria and Kahuku were up and down this week after a long football season. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser
Mark Viloria and Kahuku were up and down this week after a long football season. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser

Maryknoll tops at McKinley
Just as Punahou and Saint Louis ruled at Radford, the ILH was tops at the McKinley Self Storage Classic.

Maryknoll rolled through the tournament undefeated, holding two opponents under 35 points. The Spartans beat McKinley 55-35, Kahuku 49-41 and Kalani 63-37.

Kalani and Kapolei hooked up in the most entertaining game, a 64-56 win by the Falcons in overtime.

Saturday
Maryknoll 55, McKinley 35
JV Maryknoll 64, JV McKinley 36
University 48, Kaimuki 34
Kalani 64, Kapolei 56, OT
Kahuku 69, KS-Kapalama D2 45


Friday
University 64, McKinley 50
Maryknoll 49, Kahuku 41
Kaimuki 56, Kapolei 48
KS-Kapalama D1 65, Kalani 59

Thursday
McKinley 49, Kapolei 46
Kaimuki 57, Kamehameha D2 45
Kahuku 46, University 41
Maryknoll 63, Kalani 37

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