>> Great opening sequence as Campos shoots in. Almost has the takedown, the Crimmins grabs the leg and spins and he almost has the takedown and then Campos gets it back and eventually scores the two points. Crimmins with an escape after a restart. Crimmins sprawls on the takedown attempt. Campos tries to overpower him and goes low for the leg. Crimmins holds on to a leg for dear life and doesn’t give up the takedown as time expires.
>> Campos starts on bottom. It takes a minute but he finally escapes for a 3-1 lead. Crimmins can’t find anywhere to shoot in and it stays 3-1 after 2.
>> Crimmins works an escape and tries to make it a reversal. They are close to the edge. He gets it but they are slow on the call. The ref looks like he needs hlp. He eventually gives the two points as they restart in the middle. All tied up with 90 seconds to go and Campos is out at the 1:19 mark to go up 4-3. Crimmins hasn’t had much luck with both men standing. He shoots in there though and gets deep on Campos. Campos holds on and flattens Crimmins out on his back. Now Campos has the leg and get gets the big takedown for two points. That could be it. He outworked Crimmins on the leg there. Crimmins back up and tries to spin Campos around but they go out of bounds. Eight seconds left. Campos lets him up. Crimmins shoots in. Two seconds left. Restart. The clock goes too fast. Still two seconds. Campos holds on. Crimmins is crushed. He shakes the other team’s hands but walks off and slams his headgear to the ground before going through the curtain.
No. 3 Robert Campos (Lahainaluna) def. No. 1 Joshua Crimmins (Punahou), 6-4