OIA girls championship games, 1977-present

Division I only

2017: Farrington 45, Kaimuki 37
Standout Moli Heimuli had 20 points and eight rebounds despite being triple-teamed by Kaimuki everywhere from the low post to midcourt. Senior Chantal Mailou scored nine big points.

Feb. 7, 2016: Leilehua 32, Roosevelt 31, OT
Tianna Hanohano scored on a layup with 15 seconds to play, giving Leilehua an overtime win over Roosevelt for the OIA Division I girls basketball championship. Tywanna Abbott led the taller Mules with 10 points and seven rebounds. Aliya Gabriel scored 14 for Roosevelt.


2015: Roosevelt 46, Radford 35
Keala Quinlan scored 15 points and No. 2 Roosevelt turned on the defensive pressure in a pivotal third quarter to beat Radford for the repeat.

January 30, 2014: Roosevelt 62, Mililani 44
Seventh-ranked Roosevelt got 17 points and nine rebounds from sophomore Keala Quinlan in a n easy victory over the Trojans.

2013: Leilehua 58, Mililani 55, Double OT
Carissa McBride had 21 points and 14 rebounds, including the go-ahead free throw with 14.4 seconds left, as the Mules shocked the Trojans for their first title.

Feb. 4, 2012: Pearl City 31, Kaimuki 27, OT
Tiari Walker leads the Chargers with 11 points, and Sabrina Angle, Adrienne Jean Sylva, Shawna Angle and Dani Magana each contribute five points. Kaimuki’s Canny Aikau’s misses a game winning shot attempt as time expired.

January 28, 2011: Farrington 61, Kapolei 44
Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo and Kirsten Liana each score 20 points as the Governors confuse Kapolei with a pressing defense

2010: Farrington 48, Roosevelt 45
Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo scores 23 points, sealing the game with two foul shots with 7.5 seconds left

Feb. 20, 2009: Farrington 71, Roosevelt 50
Natalie Mata scored a game-high 17 points for the Govs, followed by Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo’s 15 points.

Feb. 15, 2008: Kalani 35, Radford 27
Iwalani Rodrigues, a senior transfer from Roosevelt, scored 12 points and hit all four of her free-throw attempts in the final minute.

May 12, 2007: Roosevelt 43, Radford 32
Iwalani Rodrigues scores 22 points on 13-for-15 shooting at the line.

May 13, 2006: Roosevelt 52, Kalaheo 33
Tati Beasley and Iwalani Rodrigues combined for 28 points and 23 rebounds.

May 14, 2005: Kahuku 64, Kaiser 42
Artevia Wily tallied 12 points, five assists and four rebounds. She had just two turnovers as Kahuku dissected Kaiser’s defense.

May 15, 2004: Kahuku 66, McKinley 48
Latoya Wily, who transferred to Kahuku last year, scored 16 of her 24 points in the first half

May 10, 2003: Moanalua 49, Farrington 31
Kepua Lee scores 16 points and Patti Hardimon adds 14.

May 11, 2002: Kalaheo 55, Kahuku 50
Latoya Wily, a sophomore, finished with 19 points and nine rebounds.

May 17, 2001: Kalaheo 67, Aiea 51
Senior Brandy Richardson scores a career-high 41 points with 18 rebounds and six steals.

May 6, 2000: Kalaheo 57, Nanakuli 46
Brandy Richardson scored a career-high 35 points with 12 rebounds and six steals.

May 15, 1999: Kalaheo 58, Pearl City 34
Brandy Richardson, the 6-1 sophomore post, dominated on both ends with 16 points and five blocked shots. Jenn Conner adds 15.

May 15, 1998: Kalaheo 44, McKinley 33
Freshman Brandy Richardson leads Kalaheo with 14 points.

May 17, 1997: McKinley 44, Kalaheo 38
Vae Tipoti and Marjorie Nepo score 19 of McKinley’s 28 points in the second half.


April 28, 1996: McKinley 49, Radford 47
Darolyn Custodio leads the Tigers with 19 points.

April 29, 1995: McKinley 41, Moanalua 35
Darolyn Custodio scores 15 points and combines with Tricia Saiki to pull down 14 rebounds.

May 1, 1994: Kahuku 60, Moanalua 47
Lei Salea leads all scorers with 19 points and Kahuku point guard Hoku Hall adds 17.

May 2, 1993: Moanalua 40, Kailua 27
Na Menehune hold the Surfriders to seven points in the second half to blow open a tie game. Jodi Benson leads Moanalua, which got all of its scoring from its starting five, with nine points.

April 26, 1992: Moanalua 54, Radford 40
Rose Baraquio leads Moanalua with 15 points in its third win fo the season over Radford.

April 28, 1991: Farrington 66, Moanalua 51
Jodi Pila leads the Governors with 13 points, 11 of them coming in the third quarter when she hit three 3-pointers.

April 28, 1990: Kaimuki 42, Farrington 40
Debbie Segich gets a rebound off a miss by Kelynn Wahinepio and puts it back with two seconds left in the game. Segich leads all scorers with 18 points.

April 28, 1989: Kaiser 57, Kahuku 56
Tani Martin, a 14 percent free throw shooter, makes two of them with 15 seconds left in the game. Monica Faria scores 30 points for Kaiser.

April 30, 1988: McKinley 47, Kaiser 46
Gayle Nakamura scores 14 of her game-high 17 points in the second half and teams with Melanie Machado to strip Monica Faria on the last play of the game.

April 22, 1987: Farrington 25, Aiea 23
Malia Maifea puts back a rebound with 1:52 to give the Governors the lead and sinks a free throw with 20 seconds left after a steal on the defensive end.

April 24, 1986: Farrington 54, Radford 49
Lovey Solomon scores 20 points and the Governors outscore the Rams 23-6 in the second quarter.

April 25, 1985: Kahuku 50, Campbell 43
Lose Uluave scores 21 points and Mana Afalava adds 18 for the Red Raiders. Tracie Huddy scores 20 points for Campbell.

April 26, 1984: Waianae 53, Roosevelt 49
Thia Palakiko scores 23 points, 12 in the third quarter, and Pua Lackland pulls down 19 rebounds despite playing only three quarters.

April 29, 1983: Kahuku 50, Radford 41
Wendy Anae scores 22 points and blocks six shots while holding Brenda Atkins to 10 points. Atkins does pull down 16 rebounds, though.

April 30, 1982: Roosevelt 40, Waianae 33
The Rough Riders hit 24 of 30 free throws while the Seariders struggle to a 7-for-15 performance. Roosevelt’s Tracy Kila leads with 16 points and helps hold Thia Palakiko to seven.

May 1, 1981: Waipahu 22, Roosevelt 19, OT
Lori Danielson hits a free throw in overtime and Marnett Mano hits two of them in the defensive gem. Waipahu holds Hew Len to 10 points after watching her score 26 in a semifinal.

April 25, 1980: Kahuku 65, Leilehua 49
Valarie Cravens scores 19 points and Leilehua’s Vickie Robertson matches her but Cravens gets more help.

April 26, 1979: Moanalua 35, Kalaheo 33
Na Menehune score eight straight points late in the fourth quarter. Cheryl Shimizu leads Moanalua in scoring with 16 and Celeste Cabral scores 20 for Kalaheo.

April 28, 1978: Kalaheo 29, Waipahu 27
Celeste Cabral hits a layup on a pass from Sheila Luebbe with 23 seconds left in the game. Vivian Aboitiz leads Kalaheo with 10 points and Blossom Villanueva scores 10 for Waipahu.


May 1, 1977: Kalaheo 43, Waianae 30
Polly Smith scores 23 points and Merrit Caldeira adds 10 in the first tournament championship. Alberta Guzman scores 14 points for Waianae.

COMMENTS

  1. Mario Farrow February 22, 2014 4:40 am

    In search of articles in Hawaii paper for Farrington High School Basketball player Mario Farrow


  2. Mario Farrow February 22, 2014 4:41 am

    1975 thru 1977


  3. Jerry Campany February 23, 2014 12:07 am

    Hey Mario, I don’t think there was a tournament until 1977.


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