LIVE BLOG: 2019 State Wrestling Championships Day 2

Kalaheo's No. 2-ranked pound-for-pound boys wrestler Rysan Leong, left, battled Punahou's Andrew Canonico in the 170-pound quarterfinals on Wednesday. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

Day 2 of the Texaco/HHSAA State Wrestling Championships begins at 10 a.m. at the Blaisdell Arena.

We will once again provide live coverage throughout the day that will end with finals beginning at 3:30 p.m. There will be more updates of individual matches in the blog below the results.


FINAL BOYS STANDINGS: 1. Kamehameha, 228.5; 2. Punahou, 154.5; 3. Lahainaluna, 132; 4. Baldwin, 125; 5. Moanalua, 110.5; 6. Leilehua, 90.5; 7. Saint Louis, 77.5; 8. Kalaheo, 71; 9. Kapolei, 66; 10. ‘Iolani, 64.5; 11. KS-Maui, 55; 12. Kealakehe, 42; 13. Waianae, 39.5; 14. Radford, 35; 15. Mililani, 34; t16. McKinley, Mid-Pacific, 31.5; 18. Campbell, 31; 19. Waiakea, 28; 20. Farrington, 27; t21. Hanalani, Kaiser, Lanai, 21; 25. Kahuku, 16.

FINAL GIRLS STANDINGS: 1. Kamehameha, 219; 2. Baldwin, 172.5; 3. Moanalua, 144; 4. Lahainaluna, 143; 5. Campbell, 136; 6. Waianae, 113; 7. Leilehua, 103; 8. Mililani, 77; 9. Hilo, 71; 10. Kahuku, 66; 11. Kalani, 57; 12. Castle, 54; 13. Kealakehe, 53; 14. Pearl City, 52; 15. Aiea, 51; 16. Molokai, 47; 17. KS-Hawaii, 45; 18. Punahou, 35; 19. Kapolei, 32; 20. Farrington, 25; 21. Konawaena, 24; 22. Kapaa, 21; t23. Maryknoll, Keaau, 9; t25. ‘Iolani, Kaiser 7.

7:55 p.m.: And we are done.

7:05 p.m.: Leilehua’s Kelani Corbett is your fifth girls state slam winner after beating Kapoina Bailey of Konawaena 4-1.

Multiple state titles count: Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha (third); Colby Ravida, Baldwin (second); Nanea Estrella, Lahainaluna (third, eligible for slam next year); Waipuilani Estrella-Beauchamp, Baldwin (second); Kysen Terukina, Kamehameha (third, eligible for slam next year); Paige Respicio, Kamehameha (second); Noah Wusstig, Moanalua (second); Kelani Corbett, Leilehua (fourth); Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei (second); Tangiteina Niutupuivaha, Kahuku (second); Rysan Leong, Kalaheo (second).

Upsets: Punahou’s Zander Manuel def. Kamehameha’s Kainalu Huddy at 182 … Leilehua’s Shanelle Mangrobang def. Kapolei’s Allicia Mahoe at 107. … McKinley’s Iulio Atonio wins the boys 285-pound crown as the No. 4 seed … Sadie Antoque of Castle wins the girls 145-pound title pinning Waianae’s Tiare Carlson less than two weeks after Carlson pinned Antoque at states. Shannon Jaramillo of Lahainaluna knocks off defending champion and top seed Roxie Umu of Kealakehe to win the girls 184-pound crown.

3:39 p.m.: And here we go.

3:30 p.m.: Finals will rotate between boys and girls on the middle mat.

2 p.m.: Finals will begin at 3:30 p.m with the boys starting at 182 pounds. Girls will start at 97 pounds. A list of the first, third and fifth-place matches is available on each weight division page. We will attempt to interview every winner.

Results in each weight class can be found below.


106 pounds
113 pounds
120 pounds
126 pounds
132 pounds
138 pounds
145 pounds
152 pounds
160 pounds
170 pounds
182 pounds
195 pounds
220 pounds
285 pounds


97 pounds
102 pounds
107 pounds
112 pounds
117 pounds
122 pounds
127 pounds
132 pounds
138 pounds
145 pounds
155 pounds
168 pounds
184 pounds
225 pounds

Our main state tournament wrestling page can be found here while our Day 1 coverage can be found here.


>> Punahou’s Zander Manuel is surprise finalist at 182 pounds
>> Marquee final in boys 138 as Lahainaluna’s Kawehi Gillcoat goes for first state crown against undefeated Kaena Desantos of Leilehua
>> Mahoe/Mangrobang in 107 final after Mangrobang upsets Saribay
>> Mother of OIA champion Alana Dela Pena says daughter suffered no broken bones after Wednesday’s injury


12:35 p.m.: The boys semifinals end with McKinley’s Iulio Atonio beating No. 1 seed Benjamin Tokanang of Baldwin to reach the 285-pound final against Kamehameha’s Cody Bollig.

Kamehameha’s boys own a 69-point lead over Punahou at this point making a Warriors sweep of the team titles pretty much a done deal.


12:20 p.m.: Blaze Pascua, a sophomore at ‘Iolani, is going for his first state title after a semifinal pin of Kamehameha-Maui’s Zachary Genobia at 170 pounds.

Pascua is four years younger than his brother KJ Pascua, who won two state titles for the Raiders.

In the final later Thursday, Blaze Pascua, a third-place finisher at 160 a year ago, gets Kalaheo’s Rysan Leong, who won states at 160 and is No. 2 pound-for-pound in the Hawaii Prep World pound-for-pound rankings.

“I wrestled (Leong) at Officials and lost 5-3,” Pascua said. “It was a close match. I gotta wrestle my hardest and do my best. I’m not the same wrestler I was at Officials. I was really gassed that match and I couldn’t wrestle my best.”


Unseeded Branson Magsayo of Saint Louis knocked off OIA champion Elijah Asuncion of Moanalua to reach the 120-pound final. Photo by Jerry Campany/Star-Advertiser.

11:30 a.m.: Saint Louis’ Branson Magsayo is sky high after his upset of second-seeded Moanalua’s Elijah Asuncion in the 120-pound semifinals

Magsayo moved to the final after his 8-0 victory over Asuncion, who is No. 8 in Hawaii Prep World’s pound-for-pound rankings.

“I feel good going into the next match,” Magsayo said. “I came off a win over him (Asuncion) at Moanalua duals, beat him 7-1. My mind was good going into (today’s) match. It was in good position the whole match, knowing where I was and controlling the middle of the mat.”

Asuncion is a two-time OIA champion and the defending state champion at 113 pounds.

Magsayo gets Kamehameha’s Brant Porter, who is also ranked pound-for-pound (No. 10), in the final.

11:17 a.m.: Kamehameha’s girls enjoy a comfortable 40-point lead after the semifinals.

Farrington’s Sili Fotu gutted out a comeback win in the semifinals at 225 pounds despite injuring her knee. Photo by Jerry Campany/Star-Advertiser.

11:05 a.m.: WOW. No. 1 225-pounder Sila Fotu of Farrington started the third period down 4-2 and quickly was behind 6-2 before a stunning reversal and pin to get to the final but she is hurt. Trainers looking at her after the pin. Fotu was able to get up but can barely make it to the trainer’s table. Her left knee is hurt and immediately iced.

“Trainers just told me to take it easy. I can make it to the next match,” Fotu said.

Leilehua’s Shantelle Mangrobang advances to the 107-pound final pinning Lahainaluna’s Sami Saribay, the No. 1 seed and No. 4 pound-for-pound. Mangrobang immediately consoles a distraught Saribay as soon as it was over. Very classy. She will get Kapolei’s Allicia Mahoe in the final.

10:05 a.m.: Day 2 has begun with the girls 97 semifinals and consolation rounds.


BOYS TEAM STANDINGS AFTER DAY 1: 1. Kamehameha, 105; 2. Punahou, 75; t3. Baldwin, Lahainaluna, 70; 5. Moanalua, 60.5; 6. Kapolei, 50.5; 7. Leilehua, 39.5; 8. Saint Louis, 38.5; t9. Kalaheo, Kealakehe, 38; 11. ‘Iolani, 37.5; 12. KS-Maui, 35; 13. Waiakea, 28; 14. Campbell, 24; 15. Waianae, 20.5; t16. Mililani, Radford, 16; 18. McKinley, 15; 19. Mid-Pacific, 14.5; 20. Lanai, 14.

GIRLS TEAM STANDINGS AFTER DAY 1: 1. Kamehameha, 103; 2. Moanalua, 84; 3. Baldwin, 70.5; 4. Campbell, 64.5; 5. Lahainaluna, 62; 6. Waianae, 58; 7. Leilehua, 49; 8. Mililani, 44. 9; Hilo, 40; 10. Kahuku, 39; 11. KS-Hawaii, 38; 12. Kealakehe, 36; 13. Molokai, 34; 14. Aiea, 30; 15. Pearl City, 25; 16. Kalani, 24; t17. Castle, Punahou, 22; 19. Kapaa, 21; 20. Kapolei, 20.


Hawaii Prep World Pound-For-Pound rankings: Updated Feb. 20.

Wrestlers going for multiple state championships:
(4): Kelani Corbett, Leilehua
(3): Kysen Terukina, Kamehameha; Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha; Nanea Estrella, Lahainaluna; Jahnea Miguel, Baldwin
(2): Paige Respicio, Kamehameha; Sami Saribay, Lahainluna; Waipuilani Estrella Beauchamp, Baldwin; Kapoina Bailey, Konawaena; Roxie Umu, Kealakehe; Sila Fotu, Farrington; Tangiteina Niutupuivaha, Kahuku; Colby Ravida, Baldwin; Elijah Asuncion, Moanalua; Noah Wusstig, Moanalua; Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei; Rysan Leong, Kalaheo.