Kamehameha boys, Moanalua girls take duals

Jacqueline Craveo and Moanalua won the school's home dual tournament on Thursday.
Jacqueline Craveo and Moanalua won the school’s home dual tournament on Thursday.

If there was any doubt after Officials, the Kamehameha boys wrestling team erased it with the title at the Moanalua Duals on Friday.

The Warriors, who won the team title at Officials, beat Campbell 61-19 in the duals final after taking out ILH rival Saint Louis 56-13 in the semifinals. It’s early, but that sets up the Warriors to be state contenders. Kamehameha hasn’t won states since 2013.

Moanalua won the girls title after finishing fourth at Officials behind Roosevelt, Baldwin and Lahainaluna. Na Menehune beat Kamehameha 54-25 in the semifinals and Lahainaluna 48-28 in the championship.


Moanalua hasn’t won a state team title since 2001, when they wrapped up their third straight.

Kealakehe’s boys won the Moanalua Duals Silver title with a 42-34 win over defending state champion Iolani.

Quarter Finals

Girls Gold Bracket
KSK 36 vs Punahou 18
Kapolei 49 vs Campbell/Iolani 9

Boys Gold Bracket
St Louis 48 vs Father Duenas 34
Kapolei 51 vs Moanalua 24

Boys Silver Bracket
Punahou 42 vs Kauai 18
KSH 48 vs Damien 36


Semi Finals

Girls Gold Bracket
Moanalua 54 vs KSK 25
Lahainaluna 51 vs Kapolei 12

Boys Gold Bracket
KSK 56 vs St Louis 13
Campbell 40 vs Kapolei 34

Boys Silver Bracket
Kealakehe 64 vs Punahou 18
Iolani 36 vs KSH 33

Finals

Girls Gold Bracket
1st Place Moanalua 48 vs Lahainaluna 28
3rd place Kapolei 45 vs KSK 27
5th place Punahou 30 vs Campbell/Iolani 12


Boys Gold Bracket
1st Place KSK 61 vs Campbell 19
3rd place St Louis 51 vs Kapolei 25
5th place Father Duenas 34 vs Moanalua 30

Boys Silver Bracket
1st Place Kealakehe 42 vs Iolani 34
3rd Place KSH 14 vs Punahou 6
5th place Damien 34 vs Kauai 12

COMMENTS

  1. Wrestling fan December 29, 2016 10:36 pm

    Do you have any individual boys match up results.


  2. Jerry Campany December 29, 2016 10:36 pm

    No, sorry, not yet. I will try tomorrow but not hoping for much.


  3. Kama December 30, 2016 12:11 am

    I was looking at the photo and noticed the Moanalua girl smiling and Kapolei’s coach Salter in the background yawning. I’m in need of good night sleep!


  4. HImatside December 30, 2016 8:33 am

    Kamehameha boys looks like the real deal, While Moanalua girls win on Default (other top girls teams not present) on the individual side the wrestlers that stood out over the two days were-Campbell’s Tynanes dominated & beat Iolani’s Yamashiro. St.louis’s Cabanban beat Paguaryan & controlled all his matches. Moanalua’s Garcia looked very dominant in all his Matches. Kam’s Terukina won some tough matches & never seemed to be in trouble.


  5. wrestling fan December 30, 2016 11:00 am

    Shouldn’t Micah Tynanes of Campbell be considered ranked higher in the p4p rankings now that he has defeated the returning 285 state champ dane yamashiro of iolani at this tournament.


  6. Jerry Campany December 30, 2016 3:41 pm

    Probably as soon as I get that confirmed, wrestling fan.


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