OIA East judo championships

Moanalua’s boys took half of the titles at the OIA East judo championships on Saturday.

Ritchie Wong started the onslaught in the 108-pound class and was followed by fellow Na Menehune Diamond INouye (114), Kulana Salera (161), Andrew Pascua (178) and Zorich Palimo’o (198).

Neavan Park (178), Eugene Chung (161), Sean Davis (145), Chevy Tabiolo Felcilda (132), Chase Wusstig (121) and Shon Aragon (114) all finished in runner up spots for Monalaua.

Tabiolo Fecilda lost to Micah Tateyama of Kalani by Yuko in his final, making next week a little bit tougher, when he will be going for his third straight OIA title. Palimo’o will be going for his second.

Other OIA East champs were Wendell Ebesu of Castle (121) and Daeniel Tiamazon of McKinley (145).

Moanalua also had the most champs on the girls side, with Amanda Higa taking the title at 103 pounds, Sienna Ho winning at 122, Richann Benedito at 154, Kyrah Hughley at 172 and Arianna Harris unopposed at 220.
Other champs were Menjam Tamang of Roosevelt over OIA champion Jackie Agena of Moanalua at 98 pounds, Macy Higa of Roosevelt over OIA champion Ashley Lawhn of Kalani at 109, Czarina Pineda-Abaya of Kalani at 115, Zoe Tateyama of Kalan at 129 and Risa Higa of McKinley at 139.

Here are the complete results:

EAST BOYS Final brackets

EAST BOYS Final individual results

EAST GIRLS Final brackets

EAST GIRLS Final individual results


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