Kahuku’s Alo adds 138 class to haul

Kahuku's Teniya Alo is currently wrestling at 138 pounds. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser
Kahuku’s Teniya Alo is currently wrestling at 138 pounds. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser

Kahuku’s Teniya Alo wrestled at 132 last week and was as dominant as ever with no obvious effects from the physical match she encountered with Radford’s Angela Peralta the week before.

She never intended on staying at 145 and sources say she will wrestle at either 127 or 132, whichever provides the most competitive bracket.

Alo, who wrestled at 122 last year, won Officials in December at 127.

Here are all of last week’s results:

97: Allicia Mahoe of Kapolei went 3-0, two of them by pins, and beating Farrington’s Princess Balasco 6-4.
102: Moanalua’s Amanda Higa pinned both of her opponents. Xiaolin Mai of Roosevelt pinned Nicoelle Nishimura of Aiea three times. Mililani’s Kennedy Javier beat Hannah Turner of Campbell 17-0.
107: Moanalua’s Khaitlin Bernaldez pinned two opponents and beat the other 12-4.
112: Pearl City’s Makana Cooper and Haahula Crisostomo of Moanalua won their matches but did not face each other. Roosevelt’s Macy Higa won both of her matches, one by pin and the other 8-1. Haylee Fujioka picked up a pair of pins as well, one over Aiea’s Kristen Bareng. Mililani’s Isabel Masiglat and Francis Reverio-Harris of Kahuku wrestled twice, with Masiglat winning by pin both times.
117: Kira Bonrengasser or Moanalua made a statement, going 3-0 including a pin of Pearl City’s Mikayla Abe. Abe won her other two matches but was pushed by Nanakuli’s Jaelynn Miner in a 3-1 win. Leilehua’s Mariah Spix pinned Cindy Rong of Kalani twice before winning the third match by forfeit.
122: Czarina Pineda-Abaya of Kalani beat Megan Mena of Roosevelt by a 12-1 major decision but forfeited the next two matchups against her. Hanna Kannys of Kaiser went 3-0 with two pins and a major decision of Jacqueline Caraveo of Moanalua. Amber-Jade Nagatani of Waipahu won both of her matches, including a 15-12 win over Mekealohapumehan Ahemoele Howard. State champ Kalissa Pundyke pinned Radford’s Christiana Lee twice.
127: Anuhea Hamilton of Waianae wrestled Pearl City’s Chanel Hunter twice, pinning her both times. Roosevelt’s Alexandria Nelson collected three pins, including one over Jahnesia Edwards of Kapolei.
132: Kahuku’s Teniya Alo wrestled Heavenlis Ardinha of Campbell twice in her decent from 145 pounds, pinning her both times. Moanalua’s Faith-Joy Okubo won both her matches, including a 3-2 win over Waianae’s Jenna Awana. Cierra Colombini of Waipahu pinned both of her opponents, including Brandie Kaneko of McKinley. Farrington’s Sahzail Fatiaki won both her matches but was pushed to an 8-6 score by teammate Destinee Ader.
138: Kapolei’s Kaylee Okada Wagner pinned Kalani’s Teana Motoyama twice. Kahuku’s Cassandra Tongi and Alyssa Ryhn of Castle both went 2-0 but did not face each other.
145: Each girl at Nanakuli got only one match, with Rebekah Garcia of Moanalua and Kaleinani Makuaole of Waianae winning their matches by pins but they did not face each other. Kasiane Kawai Jose of Kapolei won by pins in both of her matches, including over Brandi Kealanehele of Farrington.
155: Kelani Corbett of Leilehua won both of her matches, pinning Farrington’s Saelor Taumua before beating Tiana Peterson of Kapolei 4-1. Pearl City’s Jacqueline Fuamatu won both of her matches, a pin of Patricia Ching of Moanalua and a 14-3 major decision over Waipahu’s Jakelynn Poki.
168: Destiny Saguchi-Brown of Kaiser pinned both of her opponents, including McKinley’s Taklyn Welle. Kyara Velez of Leilehua picked up two pins. Luana Kanongataa of Kahuku pinned both of her opponents, including once over Angel Basa of Mililani.
184: Jennie Fuamatu of Pearl City only got one match, pinning Moanalua’s Richann Benedito.
225: Waianae’s Mildred Keopuhiwa faces Olivia Mataele twice, pinning her both times. Lavenia Fotu of Farrington got only won match, winning it by pinfall.

Here are the results:

Kailua 1-14-17 results

nanakuli results 1-14-17



  1. Bill January 22, 2017 12:22 pm

    The competition Alo is looking for ia at 145.
    Everybody knows it.

  2. Underdog January 23, 2017 6:46 pm

    Agreed Bill, she’s afraid of a rematch.

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