122-pound class stacked at OIA judo

Moanalua's Sienna Ho has one OIA title to her credit but lost to Iolani's Teniya Alo at states last year. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser
Moanalua’s Sienna Ho has one OIA title to her credit but lost to Iolani’s Teniya Alo at states last year. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser

The 122-pound class expects to be the toughest at the girls portion of the OIA Judo championships this weekend, with Kalani’s Phoebe Pineda-Abaya drawing the top of the bracket and the bye that comes with it.

After that, she will have some work to do to defend it. She faces the winner between Azaria Tandal of Kapolei and 2014 OIA champion Sienna Ho of Moanalua. Waiting on the bottom of the bracket in the second seed is Pearl City’s Netanya Kang, a defending OIA champion.

No other weight class has more than one OIA champion.


Here is the complete bracket:

2016 OIA Girls Brackets

COMMENTS

  1. Gail S April 28, 2016 5:16 pm

    I thought last years OIA champ at girls 122 was H.Shinsato (MIL)??


  2. Gail S April 28, 2016 5:18 pm

    sorry…..2014 vs 2015….got it.


  3. get it straight April 29, 2016 10:57 am

    You guys messed up big time! Who wrote this article? When the east and west meet up for the OIA’s the all east champions are seeded at the top and all west champions are seeded at the bottom!!! The runner ups are seeded inside of opposite of their champions. Didnt you guys wonder why only eastern girls are top seeds? What matters is that MOA has 4 eastern champions, Ros has 4 and PC has 6 western champions


  4. Jerry Campany April 29, 2016 11:12 am

    Fixed.


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