Waianae girls, Leilehua boys win OIA West

Campbell's Zayren Terukina got the pin over Leilehua's Jhael Jose to win the boys 145-pound bracket at the OIA West Division championships on Saturday. Photo by Dennis Oda/Star-Advertiser.

The Waianae girls and Leilehua boys won OIA West wrestling championships Saturday at the Pearl City gym.

The meet’s individual finals results are below, followed by team standings, links to official brackets and results, and notes from earlier in the day. If applicable, a wrestler’s Hawaii Prep World pound-for-pound ranking is noted.

106: Joe Fila Faafiu (Leilehua) def. Nicholas Cordeiro (Waianae),7-2
113: Troy Weilbacher (Waianae) def. Mitchell Funasaki (Mililani), 8-5
120: Keola Bright (Nanakuli) def. Prestiege Kahookele Himalaya (Waianae), FALL
126: Brock Gooman (Campbell) def. Caleb Sugai (Mililani), FALL
132: Kaena DeSantos (Leilehua) def. Elijah Diamond (Mililani), FALL
138: Jacob Yamaguchi (Kapolei) def. Naikoa Simao (Leiehua), 6-4
145: No. 2 Zayren Terukina (Campbell) def. Jhael Jb Jose (Leilehua), FALL
152: Branden Pagurayan (Kapolei) def. Alii Edayan (Leilehua), FALL
160: Mason Andrews (Radford) def. Blaze Torres (Mililani), 6-5
170: Kasey Kikuyama (Pearl City) def. Keanu Punley (Leilehua), 3-0
182: No. 8 Brett Barefoot (Leilehua) def. Vance Keliihoomalu (Kapolei), FALL
195: No. 10 Alize Wright (Campbell) def. Tao Tuulima (Kapolei), 6-5
220: Jonah Caminos Fretias (Leilehua) def. Francis Kilioni (Waianae), 6-4
285: Gerri Co Jenks (Waianae) def. Pontus Thiravong (Radford) FALL

97: Allicia Mahoe (Kapolei) def. Jazmyn Enriquez (Campbell), FALL
102: Kennedy Javier (Mililani) def. Shaina Miyasato Kawaguchi (Leilehua), technical fall 19-2
107: Shantelle Mangrobang (Leilehua) def. Kayla Odo (Pearl City), FALL
112: Keely Oyadomari (Kapolei) def. Puuolana Sylva (Nanakuli), FALL
117: Mariah Spix (Leilehua) def. Tiare Carlson (Waianae), FALL
122: Makana Cooper (Pearl City) def. Madison Stephenson (Kapolei), FALL
127: Katie Reyes (Waianae) def. Charity Curran (Campbell), 4-2
132: Kelly Spencer (Waianae) def. Mare Kitabayashi (Kapolei), FALL.
138: Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae (Waianae) def. Wynter Brown (Pearl City), 8-3
145: Kaleinani Makuaole (Waianae) def. Iwi Kinimaka (Campbell), FALL
155: No. 2 Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) def. Nina Seoane (Pearl City), 11-5
168: Kyara Velez (Radford) def. Zya Edayan (Waipahu), FALL
184: Tiana Chung (Waianae) vs. Vinarie Howard (Non-scoring), FALL
225: Elizabeth Sesepasara-Jennings (Mililani) def. Kailani Badajos-Hawelu (Leilehua), FALL

Final girls team standings
1. Waianae, 152
2. Leilehua, 143
3. Campbell, 126
4. Kapolei, 111
5. Pearl City, 103
6. Non-scoring, 83
7. Radford, 59
8. Waipahu, 58
9. Mililani, 55.5
10. Aiea, 53
11. Nanakuli 37

Final boys team standings
1. Leilehua, 187.5
2. Campbell, 167
3. Waianae 150.5
4. Kapolei, 138
5. Radford, 124
6. Mililani, 123
7. Pearl City, 94.5
8. Nanakuli, 71
9. Aiea, 35
10. Waipahu, 30

Official final brackets and results follow.

Girls West 2018 Final Brackets

Girls Varsity West 2018 Final Results


Boys West FINAL RESULTS 2018

Notes from earlier Saturday:

>> Jennie Fuamatu, the reigning 184-pound state champ from Pearl City, did not make weight at 168. Fuamatu is No. 5 p4p.

>> Pearl City’s Makoa Cooper, who wrestles at 160 and is the 152-pound state champ from last year, is sitting out with a minor knee injury. He is expected back for next week’s OIA meet. Cooper is No. 3 p4p.

>> Radford’s Christian Tavares, a state contender at 138, pulled out of the meet due to an illness. He is No. 7 p4p.


  1. Dj January 27, 2018 6:50 pm

    Any results for Eastern championship

  2. Billy Hull January 27, 2018 7:02 pm

    Just posted them: http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/featured/higa-tops-ikei-in-oia-east-championships/

  3. Dj January 27, 2018 7:56 pm

    Thank you

  4. Charles Amai January 30, 2018 11:13 am

    How many spots are allocated for OIA/ILH per weight? Aloha

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