LIVE BLOG: State wrestling semifinals

BJ Hoshino of Punahou will wrestle for a place in the state finals. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser
BJ Hoshino of Punahou will wrestle for a place in the state finals. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser

Semifinals begin at 10 a.m., weigh-ins are complete and the wrestlers are on the mat warming up.

Carl Schroers just started overseeing his final state tournament reminding coaches that this isn’t life and death, bad calls happen to good people and when they do it is up to coaches to set the example by not freaking out. We’ll see if anyone was listening when the first athlete gets dinged on a judgement call.

BOYS TEAM SCORES: 1. Punahou, 131.5, Kamehameha 119, Campbell 115, Lahianaluna 113.5

Boys 106
Jayson Pagurayan, Kapolei, def. Connor Lee, Punahou, 6-2

Corey Cabanban, Saint Louis, def. Izaak Panlasigui Domingo, Lahainaluna, Fall, 3:34

Boys 113
Jordan Kannys, Kaiser, def. Andre Pagurayan, Kapolei, 9-7

Triston Santos, Campbell, def. Shon Aragon, Moanalua, 5-3

Boys 120
Blaysen Terukina, Kamehameha def. Kolton Pang, Hilo, 12-3

Sean Urabe, Punahou, vs. Jordan Ng, Iolani, 5-4

Boys 126
Shandon Ilaban Totten, Kapolei, vs. Jake Nakasone, Iolani, 9-8

Joseph Fong, University, def. Antonio Ruiz, Moanalua, Fall, 5:52

Boys 132
Kaysen Takenaka, Iolani, def. Alexandre Mimura, Mid-Pacific, 11-8

Chance Ikei, Kaiser, def. Josh Rosen, Punahou, 3-1

Boys 138
Josh Crimmins, Punahou, def. Matthew Mantanona, Campbell, 3-2

Robert Campos, Lahainaluna, def. Sheldon Bailey, Waianae, 7-3

Boys 145
Brian Pascua, Iolani, def. Swayne Lunasco, Castle, 10-0

Thomas Stevenson, Baldwin, def. Cullen Slavens, Kamehameha, 12-3

Boys 152
Liam Corbett, Leilehua, def. Connor Barfield, Punahou, fall, 5:24

Kulana Salera, Moanalua, def. Marquis Dominique, Mililani, 5-4

Boys 160
Matthew Aguigui, Campbell, def. Christian Lee, Mililani, 6-3

Connor Villarmia, Damien, def. Jacob Naosusuga, Waianae, 10-8

Boys 170
Thomas Rosen St. John, Lahainaluna, def. Micah Arakawa, Kaiser, 17-2

Kevin Efta, Kamehameha, vs. Cody Martinson, Punahou, forfeit

Boys 182
Joseph Hoshino, Kamehameha, def. Micah Tynanes Perez, Campbell, 4-1

Maui Lee, Pearl City, def. Wayne Albin, Lahainaluna, 5-0

Punahou’s Ian Ramirez just got dumped on his head by Kapolei’s Chance Ingalls and ran out of injury time. It was an accident, Ingalls’ first reaction was frustration for making the mistake, but it was more than a little bit scary. Ramirez walked off under his own power.

Boys 195
Boman Tokioka, Kamehameha, def. Spencer Yashiki, Moanalua, fall, 3:27

Robert Straton, Punahou, def. Jess Kanongataa, Kahuku, 9-5

Boys 220
James Sullivan, Campbell, def. Conrad Bolor, Lahainaluna, 1-0

Jackson Fuamatu, Pearl City, def. Kana Jennings, Leilehua, 7-2

Boys 285
Tristan Ludiazo, Campbell, def.. Kullen Davis, KS-Hawaii, 9-5

John Patrick Oishi, Radford, def. Connor Mowat, Lahainaluna, 4-3

1. Lahainaluna 165.5, 2. Kamehameha 124, 3. Campbell 114. Lunas have five finalists.

Girls 97
Bailey Hoshino, Punahou def. Amanda Higa, Moanalua, 12-1

Alexis Nelson, Waianae, def. Chelsey Chaves, Maui, 6-2
Nelson jumped up 2-0, wins 6-2 in a workmanlike effort.

Girls 102
Kalissa Pundyke, Campbell, def. Ilysia Sharai Sana, Waianae, 7-2
Pundyke up 2-0, moves it to 4-0 in the second. Sana cuts it in half with 1:55 left. Pundyke wins 7-2, dominating.

Kyla Aruda, King Kekaulike, def. Brianna Leong, Leilehua, Fall 3:26
Leong already down 8-0 in the first and in trouble. Aruda sticks her. Wow, what a way to begin the semis, Aruda robbed the state of a Pundyke vs. Leong rematch and is King Kekaulike’s first state finalist since 2001. Pundyke is a returning state champ.

Girls 107
Alexis Encinas, Lahainaluna, def. Marissa Guerra, Hilo, 7-4

Mikayla Abe, Pearl City def. Brooke Kawamura, Kamehameha, 4-3
Tied at 1 with a minute left, this is a battle going to overtime. Abe had her in trouble but rallied to tie it at 4 after 4. Abe wins in the seventh on a late point, it looks like Kawamura hurt her ankle.

Girls 112
Diamond Freitas, Lahainaluna, def. Kaitlyn Funai, Hilo, 8-4

Taryn Ichimura, Punahou, def. Desiree Corpuz, Molokai, 11-9

Girls 117
Alexis Ford, Pearl City, def. Kaile Kron, Lahainaluna, 6-3

Kristen Kojima, Roosevelt, def. Czarina Pineda Abaya, Kalani, Fall 3:32

Girls 122
Teniya Alo, Iolani, def. Sierra Pico, Molokai, fall 2:51

Taylor Rabara, Baldwin, def. Anuhea Hamilton, Waianae, 7-0

Girls 127
Anela Wasson, Kahukum, def. Maria Garcia, Roosevelt, 5-2

Asia Lien Evans, Pearl City, vs. Tate Williams, Kamehameha, Fall 3:06

Girls 132
Teshya Alo, Kamehameha, vs. Kayla Araki, KS-Hawaii, Fall 15 seconds

Alexandria Simon, Molokai, vs. Asia Igafo, Castle, 9-4

Girls 138
Breanna Dudoit Vasquez, Lahainaluna, def. Loke Ching, Hawaii Prep, fall :39

Netanya Kang, Pearl City, def. Kayla Gaspar-Takahashi, Kamehameha, 1:58

Girls 145
Carly Jaramillo, Lahainaluna, def. Lilia Kaka, Kahuku, Fall 4:11

Angela Peralta, Campbell, Def. Jaclyn Fontanilla, Kamehameha, Fall, 5:38

Girls 155
Avei Lualemaga, Aiea, def. Cendall Manley, Molokai, 8-6

Shanacie Keaweehu, Kahuku, vs. Saydie Kala, Baldwin, 4-2

Girls 168
Caragh Morris, Campbell, def. Stephanie Times, Aiea, Fall 3:27

Callan Medeiros, Kamehameha, vs. Karina Arroyo-Haro, Lahainaluna, Forfeit

Girls 184

Jocelyn Alo, Kahuku, def. Leilani Camargo-Naone, Kamehameha, Fall 1:50

Sarah Miner, Aiea, def. Alyandina Bushe, Kapolei, Fall :51

Girls 225
Lalelei Mataafa, Lahianaluna, def. Sabrina Alo, Kahuku, Fall, :11

Sabrina Hollins, Waipahu, vs. Shavon Mello-Waiawaiole, Kau, Fall, :39



  1. Hammertime March 7, 2015 1:01 pm

    Post updated brackets so we can see the backside too

  2. Jerry Campany March 7, 2015 1:16 pm

    I will post them if they put them up after this consolation round

  3. Oldschoolwrestler March 7, 2015 2:09 pm

    Thank you immensely for this blog. It allows me to keep up with the times even though I’m unable to attend.

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