Trojans claim OIA West soccer title

Treyton Kong and Mililani repeated as OIA West champions on Friday. Kat Wade / Special to the Star-Advertiser
Treyton Kong and Mililani repeated as OIA West champions on Friday. Kat Wade / Special to the Star-Advertiser

Mililani captured its second consecutive OIA West title on Friday by shutting out Leilehua 8-0 at home on Friday. The Trojans are 9-1 and will be the top seed from the West, and earned a first-round bye in the OIA tournament.

Kalahikiola Judd scored two goals for the Trojans, one of seven players to find the back of the net against the Mules. Jeron Cunningham, Anthony Menor, Jarad Choquette, MJ Matas, Graham Pangilinan and Elijah Sinykin also had goals for Mililani.

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>> Kapolei blanked Nanakuli by an identical score, 8-0, and claimed second place in the West. They also earned a first-round bye. CJ Harvey and Shandon Hopeau each had three goals, and Robert Bootes and Quin Thierback also scored.

>> Pearl City defeated Waianae 7-2 and finished in third place, two points behind Kapolei, and also qualified for the tournament but missed out on the bye. Devin Ajimine, Hector Jacobo, Ryan Nakano, Tyler Kanemoto-Proprios, Luke Wyman, Matthew Cabacungan and Ryan Sagayaga tallied for the Chargers.


Stanton Spencer and Triston Kapahua scored for the Seariders, who also are in the tournament.


>> It was an evening of crazy eights and zeros, as Radford also posted an 8-0 victory, over Aiea, the lone West team out of the playoffs. Blake Weatherholt and Michael Watson led the way for the Rams with two goals apiece. Nicholas Del Toro, Nicholas Wiggan, Calvin Baker and Rashon Osborne rounded out the scoring.

>> Campbell also qualified for the tournament, beating Waipahu 2-0. Kohl Gonzales and Alex Bryan scored for the Sabers.

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