LIVE BLOG: OIA finals matches

Moanalua's Logan Garcia, top, will be wrestling in the 126-pound division final Saturday against Leilehua's Isaac Stalcup. Dennis Oda / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Updates on the OIA championships finals matches Saturday at the Leilehua gym will follow as soon as they become available.

>> 127: Alizeih Villaipando (Moanalua) vs. Charity Curran (Campbell)
>> Notes: Villaipando scores with an escape late in the first period, 1-0. … Curran comes back for a 2-1 lead early in the second. … With mor than a minute remaining in the second, Curran goes ahead 3-1. … Curran gets an escape for a 4-1 lead.
>> Result: Curran wins, 4-1.

>> 132: Roselani Ikei (Kaiser) vs. Gabrielle Perez (Moanalua)
>> Notes: No score after the third period. … Still no score after the second period. … Ikei scores on a penalty point. Perez grabbing head gear. … A minute left now. … Ikei gets another point with an escape. … With four seconds left, Perez tries desparately for the takedown, but doesn’t get it and Ikei hangs on.
>> Result: Ikei wins, 2-0.

>> 138: Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae (Waianae) vs. No. 1 Teniya Alo (Kahuku)
>> Notes: It’s another fast one for Alo.
>> Result: Alo wins by fall, 0:18. It’s her second OIA title to go along with two in the ILH.

>> 145: Kaleinani Makuaole (Waianae) vs. Sadie Antoque (Castle)
>> Notes: They two have traded points for a 1-1 tie with less than a minute to go in the third period. This one is in overtime and neither girl is budging. The girls trade escapes in OT for a 2-2 count and it will be decided in on the next point. It ends after four overtimes. Makuaole chooses down and fails to escape and loses on criteria.
>> Result: Antoque wins, 3-2.

>> 155: No. 2 Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) vs. Nina Seoane (Pearl City)
>> Notes: Corbett gets out to a commanding 6-2 lead after one period.
>> Result: Corbett wins, 12-4. It’s Corbett’s second OIA title.

>> 168: No. 8 Jennie Fuamatu (Pearl City) vs. Alyandina Bushe (Kapolei)
>> Notes: A fast one for Fuamatu.
>> Result: Fuamatu wins by fall, 0:21. It’s Fuamatu’s third OIA title.

>> 184: Michelle Tanuvasa (Pearl City) vs. Alana Dela Pena (Moanalua)
>> Notes: An intense match ends with Tanuvasa breaking a 5-5 tie with an overtime takedown.
>> Result: Tanuvasa wins, 7-5

>> 225: Shannlynne Mahoe (Nanakuli) vs. Tangiteina Niutupuivaha (Kahuku)
>> Notes: Mahoe lasts into the second period, but barely.
>> Result: Niutupuivaha wins by fall, 3:16.

>> 97 Allicia Mahoe (Kapolei) vs. Xiaolin Mai (Roosevelt)
>> Notes: Mai scores with a reversal with 25 seconds left in the second period for a 2-0 lead. Mahoe comes close to a takedown as time runs out, but doesn’t get it.
>> Result: Mai wins, 2-0. Mahoe misses a chance at a second straight OIA title.

>> 102: Kennedy Javier (Mililani) vs. Anjelynn Baron (Roosevelt)
>> Notes: This one is scoreless after one period. Baron goes up 1-0 and it heads to the third period. Javier makes it 1-1 and there is a medical timeout for Baron with 36 seconds left in regulation. Javier gets called for stalling in overtime.
>> Result: Baron wins, 2-1.

>> 107: Haylee Fujioka (Roosevelt) vs. Shantelle Mangrobang (Leilehua)
>> Notes: Mangrobang took a 6-2 lead, but Fujioka came back to tie it 6-6. Mangrobang, however, won it with an escape with 12 seconds left.
>> Result: Mangrobang wins, 7-6. Fujioka misses her chance at a second OIA title.

>> 112: No. 6 Tiare Ikei (Kaiser) vs. Keely Oyadomari (Kapolei)
>> Result: Ikei wins by fall, 1:39. It’s Ikei’s second OIA title.

>> 117: No. 5 Macy Higa (Roosevelt) vs. Kira Borengasser (Moanalua)
>> Notes: Higa in command all the way.
>> Result: Higa wins, 6-1. It’s Higa’s third OIA title.

>> 122: Makana Cooper (Pearl City) vs. Amanda Higa (Moanalua)
>> Notes: Cooper gets an early takedown and then gets a near pin for three poins for a 5-0 lead heading into the third period. She adds an excape to make it 6-0.
>> Result:

>> 132: Kaena Desantos (Leilehua) vs. Elijah Diamond (Mililani)
>> Notes: No score after the first period. … Still no score after the second period. … Desantos scores with an escape and then a takedown in the third period for a 3-0 lead.
>> Result: Desantos wins 3-0.

>> 138: Jacob Yamaguchi (Kapolei) vs. Noah Wusstig (Moanalua)
>> Notes: Wusstig sores a takedown late in the first period for a 2-0 lead. … It’s a still a 2-0 score heading into the third period. … Wusstig gets an escape and another takedown to go ahead 5-0 with about a minute left.
>> Result: Wusstig wins, 5-0.

>> 145: No. 2 Zayren Terukina (Campbell) vs. Chase Wusstig (Moanalua)
>> Notes: Terukina builds a lead from 2-0 to 5-0 to 6-0 to 8-0 to 10-0. He is dominating.
>> Result: Terukina wins, 15-3. This is third OIA title.

>> 152: Andrew Adiniwin (Moanalua) vs. Brandon Pagurayan (Kapolei)
>> Notes: Pagurayan is dominant and almost came up with a pin several times.
>> Result: Pagurayan wins by technical fall, 21-6

>> 160: No. 3 Makoa Cooper (Pearl City) vs. Rysan Leong (Kalaheo)
>> Notes: Cooper gets his first takedown late in the first period for a 2-0 lead. … Cooper builds his lead to 7-1 entering the third period, but there is a timeout. Cooper’s nose is bloody. … Leong gets an escape and a reversal and gets close to a pin and gets closer at 7-4. … Cooper takes it away in the end.
>> Result: Cooper wins, 12-8. It’s Cooper’s second OIA title.

>> 170: Kachi Respicio (Campbell) vs. Keanu Punley (Leilehua)
>> Notes: This one goes back and forth and ends with Punley on the winning end of what’s becoming an amazing rivalry. More on this match later.
>> Result: Punley wins, 11-9.

>> 182: No. 6 Brett Barefoot (Leilehua) vs. Marvin Weilbacher (McKinley)
>> Notes: Barefoot doesn’t need a lot of time in this one.
>> Result: Barefoot wins by fall, 1:14.

>> 195: No. 9 Alize Wright (Campbell) vs. Tao Tuulima (Kapolei)
>> Notes: First period ends 0-0. Wright goes up 1-0 early in the second and the score stays the same headed to third. … Tuulima nearly pulls off an upset by taking a 3-2 lead into the late stages. But Wright gets a takedown with nine seconds left.
>> Result: Wright wins, 3-2.

>> 220: Jonah Caminos Freitas (Leilehua) vs. Laulii Iosefa (McKinley)
>> Notes: After a scoreless first period Caminos Freitas takes a 3-0 lead with an escape and a takedown. Iosefa fights back to tie at 3-3, but Caminos Fretias goes ahead 4-3. … With 1:06 to go, Iosefa gets a takdown for a 5-4 advantage. Caminos Freitas ties it to send it to overtime. Iosefa appeared to have won with a pin with 18 seconds left in OT, but the refs took it off the board. … Iosea gets an escape, but now Caminos Freitas is on the bottom and will be trying to do the same. He does. It’s 6-6. Then Caminos Freitas gets a takedown with four seconds left.
>> Result: Caminos Freitas wins, 8-6.

>> 285: Gerri Co Jenks (Waianae) vs. Ezekiel Samuelu (McKinley)
>> Notes: It’s a close one all the way. Samuelu gets an escape at the end.
>> Result: Samuelu wins, 2-1.

>> 106: Trison Baron (Roosevelt) vs. Joe Kila Faafiu (Leilehua)
>> Notes: Kila Faafiu carries a 3-2 lead deep into the second period and then comes up with an escape to make it 4-2. With time running out in the second period, Faafiu is close to a pin. However, Asuncion ties it at 4-4 in the third and the match moves to overtime. Faafiu takes it with an escape.
>> Result: Faafiu wins, 5-4.

>> 113: Elijah Asuncion (Moanalua) vs. Troy Weilbacher (Waianae)
>> Notes: Weilbacher takes a 2-0 lead at the end of the first period. But Asuncion scores a reversal that leads to a pin.
>> Result: Asuncion wins by fall, 3:16.

>> 120: Koby Chun (Kaiser) vs. Ezra Bantolina (Moanalua)
>> Result: Chun wins by forfeit.

>> 126: Isaac Stalcup (Leilehua) vs. No. 8 Logan Garcia (Moanalua)
>> Notes: Garcia wins by pin.


  1. SKINcheck February 5, 2018 4:54 pm

    Update on P4P?
    I’ll take a crack at it


  2. Dj February 6, 2018 9:41 pm

    Can anyone post the final brackets for OIA and results

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