VIDEOS: some P4P wrestlers win at OIAs

The referee lifts the arm of Angela Peralta after the Radford wrestler won her fourth OIA individual championship Saturday at Leilehua. You can watch the video of her winning pin, along with video of five other OIA finals matches, here. Dennis Oda / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
The referee lifts the arm of Angela Peralta after the Radford wrestler won her fourth OIA individual championship Saturday at Leilehua. You can watch the video of her winning pin, along with video of five other OIA finals matches, here. Dennis Oda / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Wrestling fans can take a look at the following six videos from the Oahu Interscholastic Association championships Saturday at Leilehua.

The videos are of:

>> Radford’s Angela Peralta (No. 2 in Hawaii Prep World’s pound-for-pound rankings) pinning Waianae’s Kaleinani Makuaole in the 147-pound weight class for her fourth OIA title.


>> Pearl City’s Mikayla Abe defeating Kaiser’s Hanna Kannys 3-2 at 124 pounds for her third OIA championship.

>> Campbell’s Triston Santos (No. 10 p4p) defeating Leilehua’s Kaena DeSantos 10-2 at 128 pounds for his third OIA crown.

>> Roosevelt’s Macy Higa (No. 6 p4p) defeating Kaiser’s Tiare Ikei (No. 10 p4p) 6-2 at 114 pounds for her second OIA title.

>> Moanalua’s Logan Garcia (No. 7 p4p) pinning Kapolei’s Jayson Pagurayan (No. 4 p4p) at 122 pounds for his second OIA championship. Pagurayan was going for his fourth league title.

>> Kahuku’s Teniya Alo (No. 1 p4p) defeating Kaiser’s Roselani Ikei 11-5 at 134 pounds for her first OIA crown to go along with the two ILH championships she won.



COMMENTS

  1. NotSooSilentObserver February 15, 2017 11:59 am

    It would have been nice to upload any of Pagurayan’s non-injured matches to display why he is a P4P wrestler. He nearly majored Mililani’s Nitta in the match he was injured. The week prior he beat Stalcup(LEI) by a score of 22-9.

    Thank you for the videos though. Its nice to see some of the better wrestlers in the state battle it out.


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