Mid-Pacific rules ILH boys soccer

Mid-Pacific's Dane Nitta battled Iolani's Spencer Ho for the Ball on Wednesday. Kat Wade / Special to the Star-Advertiser
Mid-Pacific’s Dane Nitta battled Iolani’s Spencer Ho for the Ball on Wednesday. Kat Wade / Special to the Star-Advertiser

Throw out classification, the best team in ILH boys soccer is in Division II.

Daniel Yamashita scored late and Mid-Pacific stayed unbeaten with a 1-0 win over ‘Iolani on Wednesday. The game pitted the reigning state champions in their respective divisions.

‘Iolani suffered it first loss of the season.


In ILH girls action, Kamehameha played ‘Iolani to a 0-0 draw while Punahou pounded St. Francis 9-0 behind two goals by Sammy Nishiyama.

OIA East boys

>> Naia Graham was held to just one goal but Kailua still beat Roosevelt 3-2. Colin Kubota and Joseph Cantillo also scored for the Surfers. Guhn Park tallied twice for Roosevelt.

>> Jhonah Felipe and Thomas Focht each scored as Kalaheo downed Kahuku 2-1. Peter Hoyt scored for the Red Raiders.

OIA West boys

>> Aaron Russ scored two goals and Radford shut out Waialua 4-0.

OIA East girls


>> Tommi Hintnaus had a hat trick and Noelle Mercado and Kai Hasegawa each scored twice as Kaiser beat Farrington 10-0.

>> Jayli Miyamoto and Danielle Chang each scored twice as Castle followed up an upset of Moanalua with a 6-0 thrashing of McKinley.

>> Hailey Graham scored six times and Alyssa Dela Pena had a hat trick as Moanalua beat Kalani 11-1. Riley Snow scored two goals for Na Menehune.

>> Pikake Hix, Sophia Areau and Ivy Ence all scored as Kahuku beat Kalaheo 3-1.

>> Gha Ming Ng scored the lone goal as Roosevelt beat Kailua 1-0.


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