18 of 20 P4P wrestlers win in league finals

Roosevelt's Macy Higa, left, defeated Kaiser's Tiare Ikei 6-2 in the 114-pound class in the OIA championships at Leilehua on Saturday night. It was Higa's second league crown, and she denied Ikei of a second one. Dennis Oda / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Roosevelt’s Macy Higa, left, defeated Kaiser’s Tiare Ikei 6-2 in the 114-pound class in the OIA championships at Leilehua on Saturday night. It was Higa’s second league crown, and she denied Ikei of a second one. Dennis Oda / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Eighteen of the 20 Hawaii Prep World’s pound-for-pound ranked wrestlers won their finals matches in league (Oahu Interscholastic Association, Interscholastic League of Honolulu and Maui Interscholastic League) championships this weekend.

Only Kapolei’s Jayson Pagurayan (No. 4) and Kaiser’s Tiare Ikei (No. 10) lost, and they both fell to other p4p wrestlers. Pagurayan wrestled with an injured ankle.

Here are how the boys and girls Top 10 p4p wrestlers fared:


>> No. 1 Corey Cabanban (Saint Louis) def. Noah Brigoli (‘Iolani) 17-2 (120 pounds)
>> No. 2 KJ Pascua (‘Iolani) def. Chasyn Aipoalani (Kamehameha) pin (170 pounds)
>> No. 3 Micah Tynanes-Perez (Campbell) def. Isley Busch Matuu (Castle) pin (222 pounds)
>> No. 4 Jayson Pagurayan (Kapolei) lost to No. 7 Logan Garcia (Moanalua) pin (122 pounds)
>> No. 5 Zayren Terukina (Campbell) def. Christian Tavares (Radford) 5-0 (134 pounds)
>> No. 6 Kysen Terukina (Kamehameha) def. Landon Obra-Nakata (Damien) forfeit (113 pounds)
>> No. 7 Logan Garcia (Moanalua) def. No. 4 Jayson Pagurayan (Kapolei) pin (122 pounds)
>> No. 8 Dane Yamashiro (‘Iolani) def. Cody Bollig (Kamehameha) pin (285 pounds)
>> No. 9 Makoa Cooper (Pearl City) def. Nicholas Mair (Kaiser) 16-5 (154 pounds)
>> No. 10 Triston Santos (Campbell) def. Kaena Desantos (Leilehua) 10-2 (128 pounds)


>> No. 1 Teniya Alo (Kahuku) def. Roselani Ikei (Kaiser) 11-5 (134 pounds)
>> No. 2 Angela Peralta (Radford) def. Kaleinani Makuaole (Waianae) pin (147 pounds)
>> No. 3 Iverly Navarro (Lahainaluna) def. Madison Vierra (Baldwin) 109 pounds
>> No. 4 Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) def. Jacqueline Fuamatu (Pearl City) 5-1 (157 pounds)
>> No. 5 Ira Navarro (Lahainaluna) def. Tianna Fernandez (Baldwin) 99 pounds
>> No. 6 Macy Higa (Roosevelt) def. No. 10 Tiare Ikei (Kaiser) 6-2 (114 pounds)
>> No. 7 Jennie Fuamatu (Pearl City) def. Richann Benedito (Moanalua) pin (186 pounds)
>> No. 8 Alexis Encinas (Lahainaluna) def. Niya Matutino (King Kekaulike) 114 pounds
>> No. 9 Ashley Gooman (Kamehameha) def. Kaitlin Ito (Hawaii Baptist) 17-1 (107 pounds)
>> No. 10 Tiare Ikei (Kaiser) lost to No. 6 Macy Higa (Roosevelt) 6-2 (114 pounds)


  1. Mark B. February 13, 2017 8:50 pm

    Congratulations to Angela Peralta on her 4 OIA titles. It’s a shame that she isn’t on a team thats in contention. It’s such a waste to have her team points going to a team with no hope of winning.

  2. RickJames February 14, 2017 10:05 am

    She found a nice spot at 145lb,

    gets to avoid both Teniya Alo & Kelani Corbett

  3. Bill February 14, 2017 7:40 pm

    Yeah right. Alo wouldn’t do a rematch and Corbett would lose in the 1st period.

    Didn’t you croak and few years ago mr. James?

  4. RickJames February 15, 2017 6:43 pm

    Ohh No Mr. Bill…..

    Alo beat her period…giving up 13lbs I’m sure if she ever got close to 145 she would pin her. Although I believe Corbett would win that match hands down… there is absolutely no argument that Peralta got beaten by the younger, lighter Alo.

  5. Big Red 4 Life February 17, 2017 10:41 pm

    Rick James, James Brown, MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice or whatever the hell your name is.

    All you’re doing is making Teniya Alo look like a villain and cheapening her victory over Angela Peralta. These 2 champs had a great match and disrespectful people like you need to shut up.

  6. RickJames February 21, 2017 9:07 am


    Big Red, O’l Red, Heavy D, Overweight…what I’m doing is telling it how it is.

    You seen what the freshman did to Peralta in the Finals? Corbett would of pinned her..like I said she stayed in the soft spot at 145lb, move up or down and get wrecked. This does not take away the shine from Alo, it shows that she had the tougher weight class. she searched for the competition

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