LIVE BLOG: OIA dual meet wrestling championships

Mililani's Victoria Lee, top, wrestled Codi Jane Kamaka of Moanalua earlier in the season. Na Menehune and the Trojans are in the final of the OIA dual meet championships at Campbell Saturday.

Here we go. It’s 11:38 a.m., at Campbell High. OIA dual meet wrestling championships. All of the results below are: UNOFFICIAL.

It’s Mililani vs. Moanalua for the girls championship.

It’s Kapolei vs. Waianae for the boys championship.


Girls 122

Victoria Lee of Mililani just pinned Hailey Perez of Moanalua in 3:54. She was leading 12-5 before that. Perez was hanging tough for most of the match. Mililani is ahead in team scoring 6-0.

Girls 127
Mililani does not have a wrestler for 127. Team score is tied 6-6.

Girls 132
Moanalua’s Rachel Oshita has a 2-1 lead on Mililani’s Jolena Lefao.

It’s now 5-1 in favor of Oshita, who is in command.

The score is now 9-1 after a few more takedowns.

Oshita gets the pin at 3:50. Moanalua leads 12-6 in team score.

Girls 138
Neither squad has a wrestler for this division. Score still Moanalua 12, Mililani 6.

Girls 145
Kim Kealoha of Mililani just took a 4-2 lead on Teme Kerisiano. It’s an intense battle so far.

Kerisiano just came back with a takedown to make it 4-4.

Kealoha gets the pin in 5:09. Trojans girls tie it up 12-12.

Boys 126
Branson Magsayo for the Waianae pin over Jayden Jones of Kapolei — at 1:13. Waianae leads boys team score 6-0.

Boys 132
Waianae’s Shaiden Bailey pins Kapolei’s Journey Feliciano at 2:45. Seariders boys up 12-0. He was leading 2-1 at the time.

Girls 155
Mililani does not have a wrestler in this group. Moanalua girls take the lead 18-12.

Girls 168
Moanalua’s Kayla Antolin pins Mililani’s Kawehi Souza at 3:44. She was leading 5-1. Moanalua girls lead team score 24-12.

Boys 138
Waianae’s Daniel Branigan has a 7-2 lead on Kapolei’s Kaimana McBrayer. Branigan’s lead is now 9-4. Medical timeout.

Branigan holds on in a tight one for an 11-7 victory. He gets 3 team points. Waianae boys team is up 15-0.

Girls 184
Moanalua’s Chloe Yuen pins Mililani’s Jacinta Fonoti in 2:40. Na Menehune girls take a 30-18 team lead. Yuen was down 5-2 at the time of the pin.

Girls team score so far: Moanalua 30, Mililani 12.

Girls 225
Mililani’s Ati Fonoti gets an escape in the second period to break a scoreless tie. She leads 1-0 over Princess Leota. It’s going to the third period. Fonoti is in control, but anything can happen.

Leota just scored an escape to make it 1-1.

Leota reversal with 40 seconds left makes it 3-2 in her favor.

Leota called for stalling. Fonoti is up 5-3.

Fonoti hangs on for a 5-4 win and 3 team points.

Team score is 30-15 in favor of Moanalua.

Boys 145
Big battle going on here. Waianae’s Breeze Keolanui is ahead 5-4 on Kapolei’s Isaiah Armington. This one looks like it could go the distance. 1:26 to go in third period.

Armington ties it temporarily at 5-5 before Keolanui gets a takedown for a 7-5 lead.

Keolanui holds Armington off for a 9-5 victory and 3 team points. Seariders boys have an 18-0 lead.

Girls 97
Mililani’s Erin Hikiji is ahead 2-1, but there is a medical timeout for Moanalua’s Caitlin Yap. Hikiji is called for an illegal hold and the match victory is awarded to Yap. Moanalua’s team lead is now 36-15.

Hikiji stormed off the mat, seemingly angry at the result.

Girls 102
Moanalua’s Isabelle Asuncion has a 3-0 lead on Mililani’s Kennedy Javier. One minute left in the third period.

Javier is back in it at 3-2, but Asuncion closes it out by that one-point count.

Girls team score is now: Moanalua 39, Mililani 15.

Boys 152
Kapolei’s Branden Pagurayan makes quick work of Waianae’s Dustin Balancio-Sadamaru, winning by fall in 0:35. Hurricanes are on the board.

Boys team score so far: Waianae 18, Kapolei 6.

Boys 160
Kapolei is coming back. Tim Uriam pins Jet Li Lam in 0:48.

Boys team score so far: Waianae 18, Kapolei 12.

Girls 107
Miya Jhun has a commanding 8-1 lead on Mililani’s Angelina Calpito. 1:30 left in second period.

Calpito makes it 8-4.

Calpito gets the pin with four seconds left.


Girls team score so far: Moanalua 39, Mililani 21

Boys 170
Great match going on here. Kapolei’s Kilohana Swanson took a 6-3 lead, but Waianae’s Vanderlei Young is coming back. He makes it 6-5 and then gets a near pin to go ahead 8-6.

With 1:09 to go, Young leads 10-8

Swanson with a takedown — 10-10.

With 15 seconds left, Swanson with another takedown. 12-10.

And Swanson holds on for the two-point win.

Boys team score so far: Waianae 18, Kapolei 15.

Girls 112

Moanalua does not have a wrestler in this division.

Girls team score so far: Moanalua 39, Mililani 27

Girls 117
Mililani does not have a wrestler in this division.

Final girls team score: MOANALUA 45, MILILANI 27

Boys 182

Waianae’s Kayzehn Aiwohi-Frisby and Kapolei’s Jamil Sampel are in a tight one.

But 3:43 into the match, Aiwohi-Frisby gets the pin.

Boys team score so far: Waianae 24, Kapolei 15.

Boys 195

Kapolei’s Billy Makaila has a slim 2-1 lead over Kainoa Santos of Waianae.

In the end, Makaila gets the pin.

Boys team score so far: Waianae 24, Kapolei 21.

Boys 220
Waianae does not have a wrestler in this division.

Boys team score so far: Kapolei 27, Waianae 24.

Boys 285
Kapolei’s Raf Leapaga is in control with a 5-1 lead over Waianae Jace Filipo-Rodrigues with 1:33 left in the second period.

Leapaga’s lead is 7-1. 0:33 left in second period.

Leapaga gets the pin at the very last second of the second period — at 3:59.

Boys team score so far: Kapolei 33, Waianae 24.

Boys 113
Waianae’s Hakuilua Paaluhi gets a takedown for an early 2-0 lead over Kapolei’s LJ Oki.

Paaluhi scores 3 points with a near takedown to make it 5-0. 0:34 to go in the first period.

Paaluhi gets the pin at 2:40.

Boys team score so far: Kapolei 33, Waianae 30.

Boys 106
Kapolei did not have a wrestler in this division.

Boys team score so far: WAIANAE 36, Kapolei 33.

Boys 120
This match will decide it.

Kapolei’s Altabert DeBrun has a 4-0 lead over Waianae’s Andrew Bushong.

Bushong gets a reversal to make it 2-2. 0:40 left in second period.

It get sto 4-4 and then DeBrun with a reversal for a 6-4 lead.

The lead is up to 9-4 for DeBrun, who got a near fall at the end of the second period.

It’s now 10-5.

DeBrun with the pin at 4:34.


Final boys team score: Kapolei 39, Waianae 33.

Note: This blog has minor edits to reflect official results.

COMMENTS

  1. Trojan Pride January 25, 2020 4:43 pm

    We appreciate the coverage🤙🏻


  2. Codi January 25, 2020 5:12 pm

    The name is Codi Jane Kamaka not Jade kamaka


  3. Jerry Campany January 25, 2020 5:27 pm

    Thanks, it has been fixed.


  4. David Pa'aluhi February 2, 2020 5:51 am

    Waianae 36
    Kapolei 39


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