OIA varsity dual wrestling championships a go

Kelani Corbett of Leilehua and Pearl City's Jacque Fuamatu might wrestle this weekend. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser
Kelani Corbett of Leilehua and Pearl City’s Jacque Fuamatu might wrestle this weekend. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser

The OIA varsity Dual Meet Championship is still a go for this weekend at Farrington despite a dearth of teams.

There are only three boys teams committed, partly to allow athletes to rest of for the stretch run and partly because coaches are committed to the JV championships running at the same time at Radford.

Seeding was completed Thursday night.

The girls portion of the tournament looks to be competitive, with Officials champion Roosevelt leading the charge against Waianae (Fourth at Officials), Pearl City (sixth), Kapolei (seventh) and Leilehua (11th).

Boys Tournament (1. Kapolei, 2. Leilehua, 3. Waianae)
Girls Tournament (1. Roosevelt, 2. Waianae, 3. Kapolei, 4. Leilehua, 5. Pearl City)

1) Dual meet tournament will be a 1-day tournament. Schedule will be as follows:
3:00pm – Weigh ins.

Mat 1: Boys Semi Final: Leilehua vs. Waianae
Mat 2: Girls Quarter Final: Leilehua vs. Pearl City
Mat 3: Girls Semi Final: Waianae vs. Kapolei

6:30pm (approx):
Mat 1: Boys Final: Kapolei vs. Leilehua or Waianae
Mat 2: Girls Semi Final: Roosevelt vs. Leilehua or Pearl City

8:30pm (approx):
Mat 2: Girls Final: Winner of Girls 2/3 vs Winner of Girls 1/4/5


  1. Broseph January 28, 2017 6:32 pm

    Any results from Jv championships?

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