Friday soccer scores

Mililani's Mariko Bebb collides with Aiea's Tamera Mikamura on Friday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser
Mililani’s Mariko Bebb collides with Aiea’s Tamera Mikamura on Friday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

Varsity girls
Mililani 1, Aiea 1
Mililani’s girls soccer team remained undefeated in the OIA West Division after notching a 1-1 tie with host Aiea Friday night.
Kayla Braunthal scored for the Trojans, while Sara Olanda found the back of the net for Na Alii.
With the tie, Mililani moved to 8-0-1 and has now outscored its league opponents 39-2.
Aiea (6-1-2) could not make up ground on the Trojans, but increased its West-leading goal differential to 38 having outscored foes 43-5.

Waipahu 2, Radford 1
The Marauders improved their West Division II-leading record to 3-4-3 as Alysha Somera and Jenna Ramirez netted goals to pace Waipahu.

Waialua 4, Leilehua 1
The Bulldogs earned their second win of the season on the heels of two goals from Cierra-Lynn Ramirez and a score apiece by Emma Knott and Dallas Young-Toledo.
The Mules remained winless on the year.


Campbell 7, Waianae 0
The Sabers thrashed the Seariders thanks in part to two goals off the foot of Asia Canon. Chardonnay Curran, Jade Savaiiagaea, Kiley Haraguchi, Aliani Lorenzo, Destiny Souza also scored to supplement the Campbell shutout.

Pearl City 3, Kapolei 1
The Chargers took possesion of second place in the West behind two goals from Daelenn Tokunaga. Jordan Gomes also scored for Pearl City, while Kelli Fryxell nixed the Chargers’ attempt at a clean sheet.

Varsity boys
Mililani 3, Aiea 0
The Trojans delivered in a pivotal league match by blanking Na Alii 3-0 in a boys match at Mililani.
The victory helped increase Mililani’s margin of victory over league opponents to 35-1.
Mililani (7-1) moved into a two-way tie atop the OIA West Division with Pearl City, which fell to Kapolei 2-0 on Friday night.
Jarad Choquette, Graham Pangilinan, Kalahikiola Judd each netted goals for the Trojans.
The Hurricanes (6-0-2) have outscored their foes by a combines 32 goals.


Kapolei 2, Pearl City 0
The Hurricanes kept their undefeated season intact thanks to two goals from Shandon Hopeau.

Waipahu 1, Radford 1
The Marauders and Rams played to a tie on goals from Waipahu’s Zachary Brown and Radford’s Aaron Russ.


Waialua 3, Leilehua 0
The Bulldogs shut out the Mules via a goal apiece from Christian Calaro-Paracuelles, Kyle Iona and Dane Little.

Waianae 1, Campbell 1
The Seariders maintained their West Division II lead thanks to a goal from Barnabas Sotelo.
Kona Reiny-Aloy scored for the Sabers as Campbell elevated its record to 3-2-3.

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