Garner Ivey wrestling results

The bright lights inspired the girls in the Garner Ivey finals, with nine of the matches ending in a pin.
The bright lights inspired the girls in the Garner Ivey finals, with nine of the matches ending in a pin.

While Conor McGregor was making quick work of his opponent in a UFC title fight in Las Vegas, a pair of Moanalua wrestlers did the same at the Garner Ivey Invitational on Maui on Saturday.

Caleb Garcia of Moanlaua had the fastest pin with an 18 second job on the boys side, and Na Menehune girl Khaitlin Bernaldez did even better by matching McGregor’s 13 seconds in a girls match.

Bernaldez also led all girls with five pins but Alexis Encinas and Iverly Navarro contributed 28 points each for defending state champion Lahainaluna to help the Lunas to the team title.


Bernaldez finished third in the 102 pound bracket behind Waianae’s Alexis Nelson and Amanda Higa, Bernaldez’s teammate. Garcia was fifth in the 285-pound boys class.

Jeff Dudoit of Lahainaluna and Waianae’s Keale Keliinoi tied for the most pins with four. Kainalu Estrella contributed 30.5 points to Lahainaluna’s team score, the tops in that category.

Here are the results:

106 pound boys
1. Logan Garcia, Moanalua
2. Landon Nakata Obra, Damien
3. Kolby Inouye, Baldwin
4. Tanner Morris, Century
5. Justin Yuen, Kaiser
6. Louie Dumayas, Lahainaluna

113 pound boys
1. Colby Hanley, King Kekaulike
2. Ikua Tihada, Lahainaluna
3. Richard Vasquez, Century
4. Kerry Mizota, Pac-Five
5. Blaze Silva, Farrington
6. Jabari Garcia, Maui

120 pound boys

1. Kainalu Estrella, Lahainaluna
2. Charles Freitas, Pearl City
3. Kawehi Gillcoat, Lahainaluna
4. Daniel Ai, King Kekaulike
5. Jeff Dudoit, Lahainaluna

126 pound boys
1. Keale Keliinoi, Waianae (9-7)
2. Ian Murakami, Pac-Five
3. Kyri Paranada, Lahainaluna
4. Noah Wusstig, Moanalua
5. Souta Nardi, Baldwin
6. Akila Arecchi, Damien

132 pound boys
1. Shandon Totten Ilaban, Kapolei (16-6)
2. Joseph Fong, Pac-Five
3. Antonio Ruiz, Moanalua
4. Nick Nunez, Lahainaluna
5. Jake Ballesteros, Lanai
6. Chavison Kalamau, Waianae

138 pound boys
1. Baylen Cooper, Pearl City (7-4)
2. Terrell Jackson, Century
3. Adonis Basto, Moanalua
4. Royce Angelo, Pac-Five
5. Zhachary Carreiro, Waianae
6. Destin Babcock, Moanalua

145 pound boys
1. Sheldon Bailey, Waianae (9-5)
2. Alexander Kalilikane Delos Reyes, Baldwin
3. Justin Inovejas, Lahainaluna
4. Nicholas Mair, Kaiser
5. Makoa Cooper, Pearl City
6. Josh Grant, Century

152 pound boys
1. Thomas Stevenson, Baldwin
2. Rodman Salagdron, Kapolei
3. Trevor Alvarado, Pearl City
4. Ty Simko, Century
5. Dylan Ellis, Pac-Five
6. Dominic Boland, Damien

160 pound boys
1. Liam Corbett, Leilehua
2. Jacob Naosusuga, Waianae
3. Elias Baxter, Century
4. Kasey Kikuyama, Pearl City
5. Guillermo Cruz, Century
6. Tyson Creekmur, Kaiser

170 pound boys
1. Connor Villarmia, Damien
2. Troy Waki, Baldwin
3. Micah Arakawa, Kaiser
4. Dylan Hansen, Century
5. Lincoln Mussell, Pac-Five
6. Seireadan Sana, Waianae

182 pound boys
1. J.J. Perez, Century (17-5)
2. Thomas Nitta, Pac-Five
3. Jeron Justo, Moanalua
4. Felix Dellatan, Waianae
5. Kekoa Chung, Moanalua
6. Christopher Ibanez, Waianae

195 pound boys
1. Jamarcus Grant, Century (19-4)
2. Caleb Carous, Waianae
3. Jayden Ferreira, Baldwin
4. Huakai Self, Moanalua
5. Samiu Oto, Baldwin
6. Javin Smith, Maui

220 pound boys

1. Jacob Garibaldo, Century (3-0)
2. Tanner Davis, Century
3. Johnny Morrison, Kapolei
4. Kayson Kekahuna, Waianae
5. Taniela Oto, Baldwin
6. Matthew Keopuhiwa, Pearl City


285 pound boys
1. Christopher Beadle, Century (1-0)
2. Noah Feitosa, Baldwin
3. Stetson Jones, Century
4. Levi Jenks, Waianae
5. Caleb Garcia, Moanalua
6. Chance Rodrigues, Maui

Girls

97 pound girls
1. Ira Navarro, Lahainaluna*
2. Olivia Crowl, Hawaii Prep
3. Adriana Sanchez, Lanai
4. Princess Balasico, Farrington

102 pound girls
1. Alexis Nelson, Waianae (6-2)
2. Amanda Higa, Moanalua
3. Khaitlin Bernaldez, Moanalua
4. Tiana Fernandez, Baldwin

107 pound girls
1. Iverly Navarro, Lahainaluna*
2. Mikayla Abe, Pearl City
3. Jaryn Cachola, Farrington
4. Chelsey Chaves, Maui

112 pound girls
1. Sydnee Ramirez, Pac-Five*
2. Sadie Reyes, Waianae
3. Dania Furuya, Pac-Five
4. Sydnee Teylor Aiwohi, Waianae

117 pound girls

1. Alexis Encinas, Lahainaluna*
2. Allie Mahoe, Kapolei
3. Kaile Kron, Lahainaluna
4. Mikayla Viliamu, Waianae

122 pound girls
1. Tehani Carlson, Waianae*
2. Anika Pascual, Lahainaluna
3. Alexis Ford, Pearl City
4. Kristina Mau, Lahainaluna

127 pound girls
1. Asia Lein Evans, Pearl City*
2. Anuhea Hamilton, Waianae
3. Paige Hamada, Pearl City
4. Bryndall McAlaneu, Pac-Five
5. Maya Smigel, Hawaii Prep

132 pound girls
1. Daisha Kahoalii Kalilikane, Lahainaluna*
2. Taylor Pelegrino Hayase, Lahainaluna
3. Netanya Kang, Pearl City
4. Jenna Awana, Waianae
5. Abigail Riley, Hawaii Prep

138 pound girls
1. Taysia Kano, Kapolei*
2. Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae, Kapolei
3. Alysha Reinhardt, Baldwin
4. Deedra Fabella, King Kekaulike
5. Iwa Worthington, Pac-Five

145 pound girls
1. Jacqueline Fuamatu, Pearl City (20-8)
2. Kauanoe Keahi, Lahainaluna
3. Angessa Newman, Waianae
4. Saelor Ruamua, Farrington

155 pound girls
1. Karina Arroyo Haro, Lahainaluna*
2. Richanne Benedito, Moanalua
3. Tara Labanon, Damien
4. Vegoda Angel, Baldwin

168 pound girls
1. Sadie Kala, Baldwin (10-6)
2. Jenny Fuamatu, Pearl City
3. Shivahn Akau, Kapolei
4. Tiana Peterson, Kapolei


184 pound girls
1. Alyandine Bushe, Kapolei
2. Kelly Spencer, Waianae
3. Krystal Kalima, Maui

225 pound girls
1. Mildred Keopuhiwa, Waianae
2. Trystin Borden, Baldwin
3. Celine Gomes, Baldwin
4. Hannah Miyamoto, Lahainaluna

COMMENTS

  1. Matside December 16, 2015 10:11 pm

    Will the official brackets be posted here before Friday?


  2. Jerry Campany December 16, 2015 11:16 pm

    I’ll post them if I can get them, Matside.


  3. Matside December 16, 2015 11:17 pm

    Much appreciated


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