Wrestling: How they fared

Jackson Fuamatu is undefeated for Pearl City heading into the Officials Tournament. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser
Jackson Fuamatu is undefeated for Pearl City heading into the Officials Tournament. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser

How the top 10 wrestlers fared over the weekend:

BOYS
1. Zack Diamond, Mililani
Won 138-pound class at MIT

2. Liam Corbett, Leilehua
Went 2-0 at Aiea, pinning Mililani’s William Flynn and Aiea’s Harley Oshiro before forfeiting the final to teammate Lopaka Lono


3. Christian Balagso, Lahainaluna
Won 126-pound class on Maui, beating Iolani’s Jake Nakasone in the final

4. Chance Ikei, Kaiser
Fifth at Garner Ivey, behind No. 1 Zack Diamond, Robert Campos of Lahainaluna, Fernando Lanza of Calif. and Matthew Mantanony of Campbell.

5. Tristan Ludiazo, Campbell
Won the 285 class with a narrow win 4-3 in triple overtime over Lahainaluna’s Connor Mowat.

6. Cameron Kato, Punahou
Did not compete in Maui

7. Blaysen Terukina, Kamehameha
Did not compete on Maui

8. Boman Tokioka, Kamehameha
Did not compete on Maui

9. Josh Crimmins, Punahou
Did not compete on Maui

10. Isaac Diamond, Mililani
Finished third on Maui behind Lysander Mahilum of Benicia, Calif. and Josh Gallarde of Campbell.

Honorable mention: 
Brian Pascua, Iolani
Won 152-pound class, beating Jacob Naosusuga of Waianae in the final.

Connor Mowat, Lahainaluna
Lost 4-3 in triple overtime to No. 5 Tristan Ludiazo of Campbell in the final

Shandon Ilaban, Kapolei
Won his bracket with two techical falls at Aiea, 17-2 over Austin Ramos Ladia and 23-8 over Vincent Albano.

Thomas Stevenson, Baldwin
Placed second in 145-pound class behind Mason Boutain of Calif.

Connor Barfield, Punahou
Did not compete on Maui

Cody Cabanban
, Saint Louis
Did not compete

Other winners: Maui Lee of Pearl City (182), Jackson Fuamatu of Pearl City (220), Thomas Rosen St. John of Lahainaluna (170),

Jayson Pagurayan of Kapolei beat Shazer Valeriano of Campbell by fall

Makoa Cooper of Pearl City beat Kapolei’s Aaron Nakama 6-0


Girls
1. Teshya Alo, Kamehameha
Did not compete on Maui

2. Lelelei Mataafa, Lahainaluna
Did not compete on Maui

3. Carly Jaramillo, Lahainaluna
Beat No. 8 Angela Peralta of Campbell 11-0 to win the 145-pound class

4. Breanna Dudoit-Vasquez, Lahainaluna
Beat Angessa Newman of Waianae to win the 138-pound class

5. Asia Evans, Pearl City
Did not compete on Maui

6. Kalissa Pundyke, Campbell
Did not compete on Maui

7. Donavyn Futa, Kamehameha
Did not compete on Maui

8. Angela Peralta, Campbell
Lost to No. 3 Carly Jaramillo 11-0 in the 145-pound final.

9. Taniya Alo, ‘Iolani
Beat Taylor Rabara of Baldwin to win the 127-pound class

10. Jocelyn Alo, Kahuku
Did not compete on Maui

Also: 
Angessa Newman, Waianae
Lost to No. 4 Breanna Dudoit-Vasquez in the 138-pound final

Taysia Kano, Kapolei
Went 2-0 at Aiea, pinning Rickelle Ladao of Leilehua and beating Aiea’s Diana Marquez 12-5.

Chieko Imai, Punahou
Did not compete on Maui

Nalani Stanley, Kamehameha
Did not compete on Maui

Pomaikai Yamaguchi, Kamehameha
Did not compete on Maui


Natanya Kang went 2-0 at Aiea with two pins

Sarah Miner of Aiea went 2-0 at home with two pins.

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