Kahuku sweeps wrestling meet

The Kahuku boys and girls wrestling teams defended their home gym on Saturday, each going 3-0 in a regular-season dual.

The Red Raider boys took advantage of a large turnout to beat Farrington 48-12, Kalani 48-28 and McKinley 57-6. No other team scored more than 28 points.

Kalani and Farrington each picked up two wins with the Falcons beating Castle 24-21 and Halau Ku Mana 1-0. The Governors beat Halau Ku Mana 1-0 and Castle 25-24.

In other boys action (or non action), McKinley beat Halau Ku Mana 1-0 and Castle beat McKinley 18-12.

The Red Raiders girls beat Farrington 30-12, Kalani 42-6 and McKinley 42-18. They had the top three scores of the day.

In other boys action, Farrington beat Castle 13-12 and Halau Ku Mana 12-6. McKinley beat Halau Ku Mana 18-6 and Castle 18-12.

Castle beat Kalani 12-6 and Halau Ku Mana beat the Falcons 7-6 in the other girls action.


  1. Jeff Glanstein January 30, 2015 12:21 am

    As a Kailua Boy we always had a very warm relationship with the guys from Kahuku. All the way out there at the end of the Koolaus. But something kept a warm feeling between us. Some special Aloha. I suppose it exists between other teams as well. I do not know the situation today. A lot has changed in Hawaii State wrestling over the years. But we must try to keep the Aloha before and after the match; on and off of the mat. It is great to see Kahuku doing well.
    All the best, Hawaii no ka oi.

  2. mxp2000 February 6, 2015 2:23 pm

    Wrestling coverage has been pathetic in January. Going to a tournament and making a story out of nothing is really lame..

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