Soccer: Aiea girls cruising

The Aiea girls soccer team seems to have shook off the loss of Raisa Strom-Okimoto to a knee injury quite well.

Na Alii destroyed Leilehua 10-0 on Friday night, their second straight game with more than nine goals. Aiea beat Radford 10-0 to open the season.

Sara Olanda scored two goals to give her five on the young season and Keani Napuunoa added two. Aiea has already had nine girls score goals and five of them have more than one. The Rams are 0-2 and haven’t scored a goal yet this year.


Aiea hosts Waipahu on Tuesday.

Other girls scores:

Kapolei 3, Radford 0: Shandy Hopeau scored for the second straight game and the Hurricanes shut out the Rams. Radford is 0-2 after losing 10-0 to Aiea in its opener.

Nanakuli 1, Campbell 0: The Golden Hawks look to be for real, beating the Sabers, who were amng the best in the West last year before flopping in the OIA playoffs. Tiara Holt scored the lone goal in Nanakuli’s first win of the year after losing 2-1 to Kapolei to open the season.


Waipahu 4, Waialua 2: The Marauders got a hat trick from Alysha Somera to get their first win of the season. Karlee Manding added another goal. It was the season opener for the Bulldogs.

Boys

Tyler Morton thrashed Kalaheo for three goals as Moanalua opened with a 3-0 win.

Campbell blitzed Nanakuli with a 7-1 win in its opener, getting two goals from Olokai Carvalho and one from five others.

Leilehua shoot off the graduation of Delmar Stewart with a 4-0 win by Aiea, getting two goals from Luis Alberto Aquilar.


Annual power Kapolei found a lot of things to work on, tying Radford 0-0 in its West opener.

Waialua nipped Waipahu 2-1 behind goals by Dane Little and Thomas Pule.

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