OIA boys basketball playoffs start Thursday

Kahuku point guard Jessiya Villa, shown driving to the basketball against McKinley, leads the No. 1-ranked Red Raiders into the OIA playoffs. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.
Kahuku point guard Jessiya Villa, shown driving to the basketball against McKinley, leads the No. 1-ranked Red Raiders into the OIA playoffs. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

The OIA boys basketball playoffs begin Thursday with undefeated Kahuku leading the way out of the East and undefeated Kapolei the top seed out of the West. Kalaheo, the defending OIA Division I champion, is the East’s No. 2 seed after winning the tiebreaker with Kailua and McKinley by virtue of beating both teams.

OIA Boys Basketball Playoffs

Updated: Feb. 9
DIVISION I
DateHomeVisitorTime/Result
First round
2/2Aiea* (W4)Kaiser (E5)Aiea, 68-61 (OT)
2/2Kailua (E3)Radford (W6)Kail, 59-35
2/2Mililani (W3)Moanalua (E6)Moan, 52-47
2/2McKinley** (E4)Waianae (W5)McK, 59-51
Quarterfinals
2/3Kahuku (E1)AieaKah, 66-24
2/3Leilehua (W2)KailuaKail, 38-36
2/3Kalaheo (E2)MoanaluaMoan, 65-63
2/3Kapolei (W1)McKinleyKapo, 66-52
Consolation semifinals
2/7LeilehuaAieaLei, 52-50
2/7KalaheoMcKinleyKalh 62-44
Semifinals — At McKinley
2/7KahukuKailuaKah, 42-40
2/7MoanaluaKapoleiKapo, 68-64
Fifth place
2/9KalaheoLeilehuaKalh, 53-44
Third place
2/9KailuaMoanaluaKail, 60-49
Championship — At McKinley
2/9KahukuKapoleiKahu, 70-60
DIVISION II
Quarterfinals
2/2Nanakuli (W2)Roosevelt (E3)Nan, 69-57
2/2Kalani (E2)***Waialua (W3)Kaln, 55-20
Semifinals
2/3Farrington (E1)NanakuliFar, 41-27
2/3Campbell (W1)KalaniKaln, 52-45
Championship— At McKinley
2/9FarringtonKalaniKaln, 42-34
* — @ Kailua
** — @ Mililani
*** — @ Roosevelt

COMMENTS

  1. Unko Ale February 4, 2017 1:17 pm

    Must be a power outage at HP for not posting the Kahuku vs Aiea BB scores; not the first time when it’s about any game/sports with Kahuku ?


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