Kamehameha’s Kapua Gomera-Stevens is putting up Ruthian numbers in ILH girls soccer this season.
Gomera-Stevens has scored 26 goals in nine matches for the Warriors, which is more than four other teams. She has scored 10 of her goals this season in two matches against Damien.
Despite Kamehameha’s 63-3 goal differential this year, the Warriors (7-1-1) are tied with Punahou (7-0-1) in the ILH standings with ‘Iolani (6-0-2) just two points behind.
The standings figure to get a lot clearer this week when ‘Iolani visits the Buffanblu on January 14 and the Warriors make a trip to Makiki on January 17.
Gomera-Stevens has scored 11 more goals than the next-closest ILH girl, Iolani’s Kylee Kim-Bustillo with 15. Kamehameha’s Leah Feato is next with 10 goals, followed by nine for Lauren Mukaigawa of Punahou. Punahou’s Layla Santos and ‘Iolani’s Mia Watanabe each have eight goals.
Chelsie Deponte of Pac-Five leads ILH Division II with seven goals.
In the OIA, Kahuku’s Kamaile Aiuli paces goal scorers with 16, but Randi Fontes has scored eight goals in her last three games to up her total to 15, matching teammate Daelenn Tokunaga.
Kapolei’s Alyssa Yoshida and Ciana Rivers of Castle each have 13 goals.
Moanalua is the lone unbeaten in the OIA East at 8-0-1 and Mililani is the lone unbeaten in the West at 7-0-2. Both schools have wrapped up the top seed out of their divisions for the OIA Division I playoffs.