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.
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.
Mililani does not have a wrestler for 127. Team score is tied 6-6.
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.
Neither squad has a wrestler for this division. Score still Moanalua 12, Mililani 6.
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.
Branson Magsayo for the Waianae pin over Jayden Jones of Kapolei — at 1:13. Waianae leads boys team score 6-0.
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.
Mililani does not have a wrestler in this group. Moanalua girls take the lead 18-12.
Moanalua’s Kayla Antolin pins Mililani’s Kawehi Souza at 3:44. She was leading 5-1. Moanalua girls lead team score 24-12.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kapolei is coming back. Tim Uriam pins Jet Li Lam in 0:48.
Boys team score so far: Waianae 18, Kapolei 12.
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
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.
Moanalua does not have a wrestler in this division.
Girls team score so far: Moanalua 39, Mililani 27
Mililani does not have a wrestler in this division.
Final girls team score: MOANALUA 45, MILILANI 27
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.
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.
Waianae does not have a wrestler in this division.
Boys team score so far: Kapolei 27, Waianae 24.
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.
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.
Kapolei did not have a wrestler in this division.
Boys team score so far: WAIANAE 36, Kapolei 33.
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.
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