OIA girls basketball playoffs start Friday

Kaimuki’s Victoria Kintz drove toward the key in the first half of a game against Kahuku. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.
Kaimuki’s Victoria Kintz drove toward the key in the first half of a game against Kahuku. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

The 2017 OIA girls basketball playoffs begin Friday with six games — four in Division I and two in Division II.


Kaimuki (9-1) earned the tiebreaker over Farrington (9-1) for the No. 1 seed out of the East due to its head-to-head win while Leilehua (9-1) is the top team out of the West finishing one game ahead of three 8-2 teams — Mililani, Nanakuli and Radford. The Trojans earned the second first-round bye out of that group.


Kalani (7-3) is the No. 1 seed out of the East in Division II and Waipahu (4-6) is the top team out of the West in D-II.


Updated: Jan. 26
DIVISION I
DateHomeVisitorTime/Result
First round
1/20Radford* (W4)McKinley (E5)Rad, 40-32
1/20Kahuku (E3)Kapolei (W6)Kah, 55-18
1/20Nanakuli (W3)Roosevelt (E6)Nan, 57-32
1/20Kaiser** (E4)Campbell (W5)Camp, 51-44
Quarterfinals
1/21Kaimuki (E1)RadfordKaim, 47-36
1/21Mililani (W2)KahukuMil, 57-44
1/21Farrington (E2)NanakuliFarr, 61-37
1/21Leilehua (W1)CampbellLeil, 39-17
Consolation semifinals
1/24Kahuku^RadfordKah (no score)
1/24Nanakuli^CampbellNan, 45-37
Semifinals — At Waipahu
1/24KaimukiMililaniKaim, 44-41
1/24FarringtonLeilehuaFarr, 52-38
Fifth place—At Higher Seed
1/26NanakuliKahukuKah, 42-36
Third place—At TBA
1/26MililaniLeilehuaMil, 27-22
Championship — At Waipahu
1/26FarringtonKaimukiFar, 45-37
DIVISION II
Quarterfinals
1/20Pearl CityCastleCast, 52-31
1/20MoanaluaAieaMoan, 50-26
Semifinals
1/21Kalani****CastleKaln, 66-40
1/21Waipahu***MoanaluaMoa, 46-35
Third place—At TBA
1/26CastleWaipahu5:30 p.m.
Championship— At Waipahu
1/26KalaniMoanaluaKaln, 66-49
* — @ Kahuku
** — @ Nanakuli
*** — @ Mililani
**** — @ Kaimuki
^ — @ Higher Seed

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