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Hawaii Prep World Pound-For-Pound Rankings

Updated: Dec. 31

Previous rankings: Nov. 29

Kalaheo’s Rysan Leong, left, lost to Pearl City’s Makoa Cooper in the OIA final last year but came back to pull the upset in states and is now ranked No. 2 in Hawaii Prep World’s pound-for-pound rankings. Photo by Steven Erler/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

1. Kysen Terukina, Kamehameha junior
Previous: No. 1
2018 state champion (120), 2017 state champion (113)
2018 Officials champion (126), 2016 Officials champion (113)
2018 ILH champion (120), 2017 ILH champion (113)
Officials: Oliver Nishikawa (Punahou) W, 0:51; James Lum (Pearl City) W, 1:45; Elijah Kaawa (Saint Louis) W, 7-1; Brady Hoshino (Iolani) W, 10-2.

2. Rysan Leong, Kalaheo senior
Previous: No 3
2018 state champion (160)
2018 OIA East champion (160)
2018 Officials champion (170)
Officials: Cesar Caoili Li (Campbell) W, 1:30; Andrew Adiniwin (Moanalua) W, 3:30; Matai Mataafa (Saint Louis) W, 3:25; Blaze Pascua (Iolani) W, 5-3.

3. Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei sophomore
Previous: No. 4
2018 state champion (152)
2018 OIA champion (152)
2018 Officials champion (152)
2018 OIA West champ (152)
Officials: Colton Millet (Radford) W, 16-1; Stone Franczyk (Pac-Five) W, 8-3; Braden Akima (Kamehameha) W, 7-2; Boltyn Taam (Moanalua) W, 3-2
Others: Noah Wusstig (Moanalua) W, 3-0; Boltyn Taam (Moanalua) L, 1-0.

4. Noah Wusstig, Moanalua senior
Previous: No. 5
2018 state champion (138)
2018 OIA champion (138)
2018 OIA East champion (138)
2018 Officials champion (145)
Officials: Chaden Mic Kahalioumi Vini (Kamehameha) W, 1:55; Billy Treu (Baldwin) W, 10-4; Naikoa Simao (Leilehua) W, 5-3; Vincent Terrell (Punahou) W, 10-1.
Others: Brandon Pagurayan (Kapolei) L, 3-0

5. Boltyn Taam, Moanalua sophomore
Previous: No. 9
2018 state second (145)
2018 ILH champion (145)
Officials: Derek Perez (Lahainaluna) W, 13-3; Kanoa Aruba Starwood (KS-Maui) W, 12-5; Cameron Nishida (Pac-Five) W, 4-0; Jhael JB Jose (Leilehua) 4-1; Brandon Pagurayan (Kapolei) L, 3-2.

6. Coby Ravida, Baldwin
Previous: No. 3
2018 state champion (106), 2017 state fifth (106)
2018 MIL champ (106), 2017 MIL champ (106)

7. Elijah Asuncion, Moanalua junior
Previous: No. 2
2018 state champion (113), 2017 state fourth (113)
2018 OIA champ (113)
Officials: Kobi Tanioka (Iolani) W, 0:34; Joseph Vento (Waiakea) W, 1:09; Gabriel Valdez (Baldwin) W, 11-1; Brant Porter (Kamehameha) L, 3-1.

8. Kawehi Gillcoat, Lahainaluna senior
Previous: No. 7
2018 state second (138), 2017 state fifth (120), 2016 state sixth (120)
2018 MIL champ (138), 2017 MIL champ (122), 2016 MIL champ (120)
2018 MIT champ (138)
MIT: Pinned Jared Sugiyama (Lanai) 3:20; Pinned Nainoa Flores (Baldwin) 1:57; Beat Elijah Diamond (Mililani) 20-11.

9. Kaena Desantos, Leilehua junior
Previous: NR
2018 state third (132), 2017 state sixth (132)
2018 OIA champ (126)
2018 Officials champion (138)
Officials: Kamakana Rivera (Saint Louis) W, 3:33; Jayven Lomavita (Pearl City) W, 4:26; Blaze Sumiye (Moanalua) W, 9-3; Kanaipono Tapia (Kamehameha) W, 5-4

10. Brant Porter, Kamehameha junior
Previous: No. 10
2018 state second (106), 2017 state third (106)
2018 ILH champ (106)
2018 Officials champ (120), 2017 Officials champ (106)
Officials: Brayden Gushiken (Moanalua) W, 0:50; Rylan Smith (Waiakea) W, 1:08; Koby Chun (Kaiser) W, 5-4; Elijah Asuncion (Moanalua) W, 3-1
MIT: Gabriel Valdez (Baldwin) L, 8-6; Jake Rapanut (Maui) W, 1:17; Aaron Sumabat (Baldwin) W, 14-4; Abiyomi Vidal (Century) W, 10-6.

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Laakea Ane, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (195)
2018 ILH champ (195)
2018 Officials champ (195)
Officials: Shingo Narita (Moanalua) W, 6-0; Boston Opetaia (Saint Louis) W, 3:26; Andrew Canonico (Punahou) W, 10-4; Darius Mynar (KS-Maui) W, 4-2
MIT: Pinned Robert Russell (Maui) 0:36; Lost to Loudyn Reese (Century) 7-5; Pinned Kaimipono Fisher (Kamehameha) 0:14; Beat Spencer Gerst (La Grande) 2-1.

Cody Bollig, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (285)
2018 ILH champ (285)
Officials: Gregory Rucilez (Kalani) W, 2:45; Kamren Arrington Kaeo (Nanakuli) W, 1:25; Marcus Lombard (Kahuku) L, 1:47; Rafael Leapaga (Kapolei) W, 1:37; Pontus Thiravong (Radford) W, 2-0
MIT: Setu Vole (Kealakehe) L, 5:55; Colton Chase (La Grande) W, 2:16; Benjamin Tokanang (Baldwin) L, 2:03; Joel Rogers (La Grande) W, 1:53.

Koby Chun, Kaiser
2018 state third (120)
2018 OIA champion (120)
2018 MIT champion (120)
Officials: Ammen Tawfik (Pac-Five) W, 13-8; Carmello Castillo (Hilo) W, 6-4; Brant Porter (Kamehameha) L, 5-4; Joseph Vento (Waiakea) W, 17-2; Gabriel Valdez (Baldwin) W, 1:47.
MIT: Herman Santos (Baldwin) W, 1:41; Aaron Sumabat (Baldwin) W, 10-7; Gabriel Valdez (Baldwin) W, 1:54

Kainalu Huddy, Kamehameha (182)
2018 Officials champion (182)
Officials: Parker Stockdale (Mililani) W, 19-3; Lahaina Kane (Kailua) W, 21-6; Ty Bates (Lahainaluna) W, 7-6; Vance Keliihoomalu (Kapolei) W, 7-3.
MIT: Christian Talana (Maui) W, 1:40; Nathan Reed (La Grande) L, 1:22; Kyler Navarro Hiwauli (Waianae) W, 10-1; Ariston Bartley (KS-Maui) W, 11-2.

Marcus Lombard, Kahuku (285)
2018 state fifth (285)
2018 Officials champion (285)
Officials: Pontus Thiravong (Radford) W, 2-0; Maleafofo Ale (Moanalua) W, 1:47; Cody Bollig (Kamehameha) W, 6-4; Benjamin Tokanang (Baldwin) W, 10-7.

Mason Stefanelli, Punahou (106)
2018 Officials champion (106)
Officials: Robert Frias (Iolani) W, 1:45; Dayne Takai (Moanalua) W, 1:24; Khansity Chanthabouasith (Leilehua) W, 1:16; Tobey Ravida (Baldwin) W, 1:31

Kanaipono Tapia, Kamehameha junior
2018 state second (152) 2017 state third (152)
2018 ILH champ (152)
2018 MIT champ (145)
Officials: Jules Marinas (Baldwin) W, 1:59; Zachary Urabe (Punahou) W, 17-2; Elijah Apao (Hilo) W, 1:38; Elijah Diamond (Mililani) W, 11-5;
MIT: Jacob Taguiam (Lahainaluna) W, 1:32; Billy Treu (Baldwin) W, 15-3; Jesse Dudoit (Lahainaluna) W, 16-1; Kaena Desantos (Leilehua) L, 5-4.

Makana Tapia, Kamehameha (160)
2018 state second (152), 2017 state third (152)
2018 Officials champion (160)
Officials: Taylor Daack (Radford) W, 10-6; Austin Murray (Baldwin) W, 1:30; Craig Nava (Pac-Five) W, 3:20; Hudson Pak (Punahou) W, 12-0.

Sheydon Tomisato, Kamehameha
2018 Officials champion (113)
2018 MIT champion (113)
Officials: Scott Fujishima (Pac-Five) W, 6-4; Benjamin Vento (Waiakea) W, 18-3; Dreddin Villalpando (Saint Louis) W, 3-1; Braydon Spain (Waiakea) W, 7-4.
MIT: Braydyn Baldonado (King Kekaulike) W, 2:36; Roden Zyru De Guzman (Baldwin) W, 3:39; Sean Cabanban (Century) W, 18-3.

Ansen Ursua, Saint Louis (132)
2018 state fourth (132), 2017 state fourth (126)
2018 Officials champion (132)
Officials: Waylon Spain (Waiakea) W, 9-2; Isaac Ignacio (Iolani) W, 5:49; Zeff Dudoit (Lahainaluna) W, 9-4; Casen Watanabe (Punahou) W, 7-3.

Honorable mention: Kahiliwala Joy, Baldwin (120); Braden Akima, Kamehameha (160); Brock Ai, Kamehameha (220); Charles Hanohano, Kapolei (220); Vance Keliihoomalu, Kapolei (182); Tobey Ravida, Baldwin (106); Legend Matautia, Punahou (220); Brady Hoshino, ‘Iolani (120); Casen Watanabe, Punahou (132).

Hawaii Prep World Girls Pound-For-Pound Rankings

Updated: Jan. 3

Previous rankings: Nov. 29

Lahainaluna’s Sami Saribay, right, defeated Kapolei’s Allicia Mahoe in the girls 107-pound final at Pa’ani Challenge last month and moved up to No. 4 in the latest HPW girls pound-for-pound rankings. Photo by Kat Wade/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

1. Kelani Corbett, Leilehua senior
Previous: No. 1
2018 state champ (155), 2017 state champ (155), 2016 state champ (155)
2018 OIA champ (155), 2017 OIA champ (157)
2018 Officials champ (168), 2017 Officials champ (168), 2016 Officials champ (155)
2018 Paani champ (168), 2016 Paani champ (155)
2018 MIT champ (168)
Paani: Hannah Oshiro (Moanalua) W, 16-3; Mele Pamel Lua (Castle) W, 3:26; Shayna Kamaka (Baldwin) W, 11-2.
Officials: Francesca Evans (Pearl City) W, 2:49; Katherine Heim (Kaiser) W, 5:38; Alexis Tupuola (Moanalua) W, 13-3.
MIT: Leina Balanico Sadama (Waianae) W, 2:50; Jayda Toleafoa (Aiea) W, 1:32; Kaleinani Makuaole (Waianae) W, 14-4.

2. Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha senior
Previous: No. 2
2018 state second (112), 2017 state champ (107), 2016 state champ (102)
2018 ILH champ (112), 2017 ILH champ (107), 2016 ILH champ (102),
2018 Offcials champ (122), 2015 Officials champ (102)
2018 MIT champ (122)
2018 Paani champ (122)
Paani: Madison Stephenson (Kapolei) W, 4:42; Katie Reyes (Waianae) W, 8-0; Marissa Iha (Punahou) W, 0:57; Alana Vivas (Kamehameha) W, 2-0
Officials: He Ino Terukina (Campbell) W, 0:41; Kyara Tagami (Kalani) W, 2:23; Katie Reyes (Waianae) W, 10-0.
MIT: Mallory Go (Molokai) W, 0:45; Keeya Bicoy (Molokai) W, 7-0; Katie Reyes (Waianae) W, 4:27.

3. Nanea Estrella, Lahainaluna junior
Previous: No. 3
2018 state champion (122), 2017 state champion (117)
2018 MIL champion (124), 2017 MIL champion (117)
2018 Officials champion (127), 2017 Officials champion (122)
2019 Paani champion (138), 2018 Paani champion (132)
2018 MIT champion (127)
Paani: Phoebe Pineda Abaya (Kalani) W, 1:22; Lana Perez (Moanalua) W, 3:24; Jahnea Miguel (Baldwin) W, 12-9.
Officials: Taysia Hiu Tilley (Kahuku) W, 1:37; Emily Paulino (Kalani) W, 16-1; Waihulakap Kahookaulana (Hilo) W, 1:34.
MIT: Kaytlin Naeole (Molokai) W, 0:31; Skye Realin (Kamehameha) W, 5-4; Alexis Nova Posiulai (Kamehameha) W, 1:36

4. Sami Saribay, Lahainaluna senior
Previous: No. 10
2018 state champ (107), 2017 state fifth (102)
2018 MIL champ (109)
2018 Officials champ (107)
2019 Paani champ (107), 2018 Paani champ (107)
2018 MIT champ (107)
MIT: Samantha Shipley (Century) W, 0:44; Nohea Moniz (Kamehameha) W, 3:49
Officials: Zoe Medina (Hilo) W, 3:04; Makena Abe (Mililani) W, 1:28; Allicia Mahoe (Kapolei) W, 8-6, OT
Paani: Mya Cullen Leong (Campbell) W, 3:08; Juliana Villa (Claremont) W, 4:22; Nohea Moniz (Kamehameha) W, 10-1.

5. Jahnea Miguel, Baldwin sophomore
Previous: No. 4
2018 state champion (145), 2017 state champion (127)
2018 MIL champion (147), 2017 MIL champion (129)
2016 Paani champ (132)
2018 MIT champ (138)
Paani: Heavenli Sardinha (Campbell) W, 1:54; Kanani Chan (KS-Hawaii) W, 1:28; Nanea Estrella (Lahainaluna) L, 12-9.
Officials: Allysen Ramaila (Nanakuli) W 2:48.
MIT: Jolette Miner-Ho (Kapaa) W, 1:12; Claudia Keanini (Molokai) W, 2:48.

6. Paige Respicio, Kamehameha junior
Previous: No. 7
2018 state champion (132), 2017 state third (127)
2018 ILH champion (132), 2017 ILH champ (127)
2018 Officials champion (138), 2017 Officials champion (138)
2019 Paani champ (145), 2018 Paani champ (138)
Officials: Jolette Miner-Ho (Kapaa) W, 0:19; Isabella Wong (Punahou) W, 1:34; Heavenli Sardinha (Campbell) W, 2:40.
Paani: Taye Mowat (Molokai) W, 2:27; Jaylin Paaina (Kaiser) W, 1:06; Jennifer Tongi (Kahuku) W, 6-0; Tiare Carlson (Waianae) W, 12-2.

7. Waipuilani Estrella Beauchamp, Baldwin junior
Previous: No. 8
2018 State champion (127), 2017 state third (122)
2018 MIL champion (129)
2018 Officials champion (132), 2017 Officials champion (127)
2018 Paani champion (127)
2018 MIT champion (132)
Paani: Wendoly Sepulveda (Clairemont) W, 2:08; Waihulakap Kahookaulana (Hilo) W, 13-1; Skye Realin (Kamehameha) L, 4-0.
Officials: Destiny Tuisano (Waianae) W, 1:45; Ileana Prado Domingo (Campbell) W, 1:08; Faith Joy Okubo (Moanalua) W, 1:51.
MIT: Destiny Tuisano (Waianae) W, 0:40; Krystal Puahala (Kamehameha) W, 0:25

8. Tianna Fernandez, Baldwin senior
Previous: N/R
2018 state fifth (102), 2017 state second (97), 2016 state fifth (97)
2018 Officials champ (102), 2017 officials champ (107)
2018 MIT champ (102)
Paani: Brook Chang (Kahuku) W, 16-1; Caitlin Yap (Moanalua) W, 3:01; Brianna Funakoshi (Aiea) W, 12-5; Madison Jo Kogachi (Punahou) L, 5-4.
Officials: Victoriana Kim (Mililani) W, 1:27; Lilliana Campbell (Hilo) W, 3:53; Brianna Funakoshi (Aiea) W, 4:40.
MIT: Giana Ragudos (Aiea) W, 3:39; Nalani Kirkman (Lahainaluna) W, 0:46

9. Roxie Umu, Kealakehe senior
Previous: No. 6
2018 state champ (184), 2017 state third (225), 2016 state fourth (225)
2016 BIIF champ (225)
2018 Paani champ (184)
2018 MIT champ (184)
Paani: Shannon Jaramillo (Lahainaluna) L, 5-3; Anela Kahuli Apo (Kamehameha) W, 1:58; Valarie Ramos (Damien) W, 1:27; Alana Dela Pena (Moanalua) W, 2:35.
MIT: Shannon Jaramillo (Lahainaluna) W, 12-3; Siera Vida (Baldwin) W, 1:31

10. Kapoina Bailey, Konawaena senior
Previous: No. 5
2018 state champion (168), 2017 state second (168)
2018 BIIF champ (168)
2017 MIT champ (168)

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Jazmyn Enriquez, Campbell
2018 state fourth (97)
2018 Officials champion (97)
2019 Paani champion (97)
Officials: Kacey Lei Quillopo (Pac-Five) W, 1:42; Precious Tampos (Moanalua) W, 5-2; Liana Ferreira (Baldwin) W, 3-1.
Paani: Sarah Obra Nakata (Punahou) W, 1:46; Erin Hikiji (Mililani) W, 4:48

Lavenia Fotu, Farrington
2017 state champion (225)
2017 OIA champion (225)
2018 Officials champion (225), 2016 Officials champion (225)
Officials: Tangiteina Niutupuivaha (Kahuku) W, 5-4; Jane Hironaka (Kaiser) W, 0:47; Shannlynne Mahoe (Nanakuli) W, 4:10

Shannon Jaramillo, Lahainaluna
2017 state fourth (145)
2017 MIL champion (147)
2018 Offcials champion (184)
MIT: Alina Mauai (Kamehameha) W, 2:38; Roxie Umu (Kealakehe) L, 12-3; Kehani Siuta (Aiea) W, 2:46; Anela Kahuli Apo (Kamehameha) W, 2:33.
Officials: Valerie Ramos (Damien) W, 2:36; Alana Dela Pena (Moanalua) W, 5:38; Siera Vida (Baldwin) W, 5:18.
Paani: Bernadette Lindsay (Kapaa) W, 1:19; Roxie Umu (Kealakehe) W, 5-3; Alana Dela Pena (Moanalua) W, 3-0; Sierra Vida (Baldwin) L, 5-0.

Shayna Kamaka, Baldwin
2018 state third (168)
2018 MIL champ (168)
2018 Officials champion (155)
2018 MIT champion (155)
Paani: Jaye Lee Kaiwi (Keaau) W, 0:30; Luana Kanongataa (Kahuku) W, 2:23; Alexis Tupuola (Moanalua) W, 4:00; Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) L, 11-2
Officials: Alana Takata (Kauai) W, 1:53; Keahi Paas Basilio (Leilehua) W, 0:59; Kira Jhun (Moanalua) W, 20-4.
MIT: Kaitlynn Costa Viliamu (Waianae) W, 1:38; Tessa Jensen (Kapaa) W, 1:02; Sunni Chow (Molokai) W, 0:40.

Allicia Mahoe, Kapolei senior
2018 state second (97), 2017 state fifth (97), 2016 state sixth (97)
2017 OIA champion (98)
2017 Officials champ (97)
2018 Paani champ (97)
Officials: Nohea Moniz (Kamehameha) W, 18-2; Jazlynn Richards (Leilehua) W, 3:07; Sami Saribay (Lahainaluna) L, 8-6 OT.

Tayler Peligrino Hayase, Lahainaluna senior
2018 state third (145), 2017 State fourth (132), 2016 State fifth (132)
2017 MIL champ (134), 2016 MIL champ (132), 2015 MIL champ
2018 Officials champion (145), 2017 Officials champion (145)
2018 Paani champion (145)
2018 MIT champ (145)
Paani: Jayla Nihipali Asunci (Keaau) W, 0:26; Precious Brown (Kamehameha) W, 1:28; Tiare Carlson (Waianae) L, 2:26; Natalie Shigeta (Sumner) W, 0:46; Jennifer Tongi (Kahuku) W, 6-4 OT.
Officials: Anissa Wright (Campbell) W, 2:00; Marisa Maiava (Moanalua) W, 0:40; Tyeisha Takamori (Baldwin) W, 1:24; Tiare Carlson (Waianae) W, 2:38.
MIT: Chaenel Deluna (Molokai) W, 1:01; Jamie Grilho (Aiea) W, 0:54; Tiare Carlson (Waianae) W, 1:44

Skye Realin, Kamehameha
2018 state third (122)
2018 Paani champion (127)
MIT: Shanayah Marshall (Kapaa) W, 2:58; Nanea Estrella (Lahainaluna) L, 2:58; Tyler Rabang (Century) W, 3:40; Emily Paulino (Kalani) W, 6-0
Paani: Emily Paulino (Kalani) W, 1-0; Keeya Bicoy (Molokai) W, 6-2; Waipualani Estrella Beauchamp (Lahainaluna) W, 4-0

Siera Vida, Baldwin
2018 state second (184)
2018 MIL champ (184)
2017 Officials champ (184)
2019 Paani champ (184), 2016 Paani Novice champ (184)
Paani: Anela Kahuli Apo (Kamehameha) W, 1:18; Corrine Yamashita Potts (Kaimuki) W, 0:50; Valarie Ramos (Damien) W, 4:36; Shannon Jaramillo (Lahainaluna) W, 5-0.
Officials: Antonia Tomas (Leilehua) W, 6-0; Dylan Huddy (Pac-Five) W, 1:42; Shannon Jaramillo (Lahainaluna) L, 5:18
MIT: Hekla Alexsdottir (Waianae) W, 0:31; Anela Kahuli Apo (Kamehameha) W, 0:26; Roxie Umu (Kealakehe) L, 1:31

Alizeih Villalpando, Campbell
2018 state third (127)
2018 Offcials champion (112)
2019 Paani champion (112)
Paani: Chianti Motta (KS-Hawaii) W, 4:52; Liuakalaika Tengan (Kamehameha) W, 4:24; Haley Narahara (Kamehameha) W, 3:30
Officials: Beri Maeda (Punahou) W, 0:46; Haley Narahara (Kamehameha) W, 3:42; Kaianne Sabagala (Kahuku) W, 2:00; Shantelle Mangrobang (Leilehua) W, 11-10

Alana Vivas, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (117)
2018 ILH champ (117)
2018 Officials champ (117)
2018 MIT champ (117)
Paani: Keisha Domingo (Waipahu) W, 0:37; He Ino Terukina (Campbell) W, 7-4; Rita Morales (Waianae) W, 7-0; Ashley Gooman (Kamehameha) L, 0-2.
Officials: Kasey Toulze (Lahainaluna) W, 0:47; Victoria Lee (Mililani) W, 2:17; Sadie Reyes (Waianae) W, 4:17
MIT: Jennifer Kimura (Kaiser) W, 3:47; Rita Morales (Waianae) W, 4:21; Sadie Reyes (Waianae) W, 4:35

Others: Alexis Nova Posiulai, Kamehameha; Krystal Puahala, Kamehameha; Faith Joy Okubo, Moanalua; Tangiteina Niutupuivaha, Kahuku; Kaleinani Makuaole, Waianae.