Gillcoat and Joy capture Garner Ivey titles

Lahainaluna's Kawehi Gillcoat will try to be the second Luna in as many years to win the MIL slam. Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser

Three boys from Maui, six from the mainland and four from Kamehameha won their weight classes Saturday in the 51st Garner Ivey Invitational at the War Memorial Gym in Wailuku, Maui.

Lahainaluna senior Kawehi Gillcoat, who placed in the top six at states three years in a row and is No. 7 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s pound-for-pound rankings, knocked off Mililani’s Elijah Diamond 20-11 in the 138-pound final.

Baldwin’s Kahilihiwa Joy got past Lahainaluna’s Kanoa Lanoza 5-3 at 126 pounds. A year ago at the Officials tournament, Joy pulled off a big upset of Kamehameha’s Kysen Terukina, who went on to win his second state championship with a win over Joy in the 120-pound final.


Eight of the 10 p4p-ranked boys wrestlers did not compete on Maui, including Terukina, who is No. 1.

No. 10 Brant Porter of Kamehameha lost in Friday’s quarterfinals.

Baldwin’s Tobey Ravida (106 pound) was the other Valley Isle wrestler who won a title Saturday.

Sheydon Tomisato (113), Kanaipono Tapia (145), Braden Akima (160) and Brock Ai (220) won their weight divisions for Kamehameha, which finished at the top of the team standings.

Three wrestlers from La Grande (La Grande, Ore.) came through with close finals victories. Braden Carson edged Lahainaluna’s Zeff Dudoit 9-8 at 132 pounds, Parker Robinson defeated Grayson Livingston of Century (Hillsboro, Ore.) 4-3 at 170, and Nathan Reed upended Lahainaluna’s Ty Bates 6-4 at 182.

Ernesto Alvarez (152), Loudyn Reese (195) and Brody Reese (285) will be bringing titles home to Century High.

Of the 14 finals matches, only three were won by pin.

Finals and semifinals results are below.

In other wrestling news Saturday, No. 9 p4p Boltyn Taam of Saint Louis defeated No. 4 Branden Pagurayan of Kapolei, 1-0, on Oahu.

Pagurayan, who won the 152-pound state title as a freshman last season, defeated No. 5 Noah Wusstig of Moanalua last week.

Wusstig is the defending 138-pound state champion. Last season, Taam lost in the 145-pound state final to Campbell’s Zayren Terukina, who finished his career as a two-time state champ.

TEAM STANDINGS
>> 1. Kamehameha, 221
>> 2. Baldwin, 182.5
>> 3. La Grande (La Grande, Ore.), 170
>> 4. Lahainaluna, 164
>> 5. Century (Hillsboro, Ore.), 158.5
>> 6. Kamehameha-Maui, 82.5
>> 7. Waianae, 80
>> 8. Kaiser. 61.5
>> 9. Kealakehe, 41
>> 10. (tie) Molokai, 29
>> 10. (tie) Hana, 29
>> 12. Mililani, 24
>> 13. King Kekaulike, 20
>> 14. Lanai, 18
>> 15. Aiea, 15
>> 16. Hawaii Prep, 14
>> 17. (tie) Kalani, 13
>> 17. (tie) Maui, 13
>> 19. Kapaa, 4

FINALS
Boys 106
>> Tobey Ravida (Baldwin) def. Jayse Lalim-Rillon (Molokai), 12-6

Boys 113
>> Sheydon Tomisato (Kamehameha) def. Sean Cababan (Century), 18-3

Boys 120
>> Koby Chun (Kaiser) def. Gabriel Valdez (Baldwin), fall 1:54

Boys 126
>> Kahilihiwa Joy (Baldwin) def. Kanoa Lanoza (Lahainaluna), 5-3

Boys 132
>> Braden Carson (La Grande) def. Zeff Dudoit, 9-8

Boys 138
>> Kawehi Gillcoat (Lahainaluna) def. Elijah Diamond (Mililani), 20-11

Boys 145
>> Kanaipono Tapia def. Jesse Dudoit (Lahainaluna), 16-1


Boys 152
>> Ernesto Alvarez (Century) def. Tekoa Torres Umi (Baldwin) 8-1

Boys 160
>> Braden Akima (Kamehameha) def. Keaka Kuaana (Lahainaluna), 7-1

Boys 170
>> Parker Robinson (La Grande) def. Grayson Livingston (Century), 4-3

Boys 182
>> Nathan Reed (La Grande) def. Ty Bates (Lahainaluna), 6-4

Boys 195
>> Loudyn Reese (Century) def. Darius Mynar (Kamehameha-Maui), fall 1:23

Boys 220
>> Brock Ai (Kamehameha) def. Gabe Shukle, 3-1

Boys 285
>> Brody Reese (Century) def. Setu Vole (Kealakehe), fall 0:34

SEMIFINALS
Boys 106
>> Tobey Ravida (Baldwin) def. Nicholas Cordeiro (Waianae), 4-2
>> Jayse Lalim-Rillon (Molokai) def. Brayden Kamimura (Kalani), fall 0:54

Boys 113
>> Sean Cababan (Century) def. Kainoa Monkres (Kamehameha-Maui), fall 2:50
>> Sheydon Tomisato (Kamehameha) def. Roden Zyru De Guzman, fall 3:39

Boys 120
>> Koby Chun (Kaiser) def. Aaron Sumabat (Baldwin), fall 1:41
>> Gabriel Valdez (Baldwin) def. Cael Yasutake (Lahainaluna), injury 1:50

Boys 126
>> Kanoa Lanoza (Lahainaluna) def. Ezra McIntosh (La Grande), 3-2
>> Kahilihiwa Joy (Baldwin) def. Weiyi Zheng (Aiea), injury

Boys 132
>> Zeff Dudoit (Lahainaluna) def. Breeze Keolanui (Waianae), fall 1:06
>> Braden Carson (La Grande) def. Noa Helm (Kamehameha-Maui), fall 2:44

Boys 138
>> Kawehi Gillcoat (Lahainaluna) vs. Nainoa Flores (Baldwin), fall 3:20
>> Elijah Diamond (Mililani) def. Jules Marinas (Baldwin), fall 2:55

Boys 145
>> Jesse Dudoit (Lahainaluna) vs. Hauoli Sineci (Hana), fall 2:46
>> Billy Treu (Baldwin) vs. Kanaipono Tapia (Kamehameha), 15-3

Boys 152
>> Ernesto Alvarez (Century) def. Derek Perez (Lahainaluna), 17-1
>> Tekoa Torres Umi (Baldwin) def. Cole Cadinha (Kaiser), 10-4

Boys 160
>> Braden Akima (Kamehameha) def. Hayden Shafer (La Grande), 10-8
>> Keaka Kuaana (Lahainaluna) vs. Keith Oswald (La Grande), 11-4

Boys 170
>> Grayson Livingston (Century) def. Kason Nitahara (Kamehameha), 3-1
>> Parker Robinson (La Grande) def. Jesus Peralta (Kealakehe), fall 3:10

Boys 182
>> Ty Bates (Lahainaluna) def. Ariston Bartley (Kamehameha), 6-3
>> Nathan Reed (La Grande) def. Kainalu Huddy (Kamehameha), fall 1:22

Boys 195
>> Loudyn Reese (Century) def. Laakea Ane (Kamehameha), 7-5
>> Darius Mynar (Kamehameha-Maui) def. Spencer Gerste (La Grande), 12-5


Boys 220
>> Gabe Shukle (La Grande) def. Malosi Abraham (Kealakehe), fall 4:23
>> Brock Ai (Kamehameha) def. Lincoln Clarke (La Grande), fall 1:24

Boys 285
>> Setu Vole (Kealakehe) def. Jace Filipo-Rodrigues (Waianae), fall 2:22
>> Brody Reese (Century) def. Benjamin Tokanang (Baldwin), fall 0:59

COMMENTS

  1. Tech um December 15, 2018 11:05 pm

    Weakest boys lineup in years. All the elite wrestlers have graduated just Terukina left with a really weak field. Boys P4P is really soft no top names of the past like Cabanban, Cooper, Garcia, older terukinas , older paguryans ect.ect.


  2. Wrestlers Mama December 16, 2018 9:59 am

    The info for the Boys 145 is wrong..Dudoit lost in the finals


  3. Ruready December 16, 2018 3:00 pm

    I don’t know I swear Leong took out the top 3 seeds including Cooper to win his state title


  4. Johnnyondaspot December 16, 2018 3:28 pm

    State champs taking out for early loses. Wusstig & Paguryan both suffer early defeats


  5. Weasel pop December 16, 2018 5:40 pm

    OFFICIALS THIS WEEK!


  6. Ruready December 16, 2018 6:59 pm

    Wusting lost to another state champ Pagaruyan In Pagaruyan’s weight class


  7. OnDAmat December 16, 2018 8:38 pm

    Predictions OFFICIALS boys
    106. Steffaneli
    113.Ravida.
    120.Chun
    126.Terukina
    132.Watanabe/Ursua
    138.Nishigiya/Gillcoat
    145.Duduiot/Wusstig.
    152.Taam
    160.Paguryan
    170.Pascua
    182.?pick em
    No picks on the heavies


  8. Licious December 17, 2018 2:16 pm

    The beauty of the sport……..step on the line and lets get it on…..state champ or not……


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