Wrestling updates: State semifinals, 3:49 pm

Girls team standings

1. Aiea 105

2. Punahou 103.5

3. Pearl City 91

4. Lahainaluna 89

5. Mililani 78

6. Campbell 72

7. Kamehameha 62

8. Farrington 57

9. Kamehameha-Hawaii 55, Roosevelt 55

11. Kahuku 54

Boys team standings

1. Punahou 173

2. Kamehameha 111.5

3. Mililani 109

4. Lahainaluna 104.5

5. Campbell 61

6. Pearl City 55

7. Moanalua 53, ‘Iolani 53

9. Farrington 50.5

10. Maryknoll 43



98:  Mikayla Pico (MOL) def. Rachel Tolentino (PC), pin; Kaelynn Canyete (KPO) def. Thai Ha Sloan (PUN)

103:  Candice Sei (AIEA) def. MEgan Aina (KSH); Angela Enos (ROOS) def. Jenna Rose Mauliola (KK)

108: Quinn Nagatani (MIL) def. Charee Wong (WAIL); Shayna Oliver (FAR) def. Nicole Taniguchi (PUN

114: Samantha Higa (AIEA) def. Ashley Bumatay (MAUI); Xandria Ford (PC) def. Kiana Yamat (LAH)

120: Bree Rapoza (KS) def. Precious Jaramillo (LAH); Lindsay Villarmia (AIEA) def. Rizpah Torres-Umi (MOL)

125: Shannon Paaaina (P5) def. Tanalei Louis (WAIK); Keani Sabala (CAM) def. Kaimiloa Evans (PC)

130: Mindy Chow (PUN) def. Carly Jaramillo (LAH); Brianne Jhun (MOA) def. Chantel Pohina (KSH)

140: Zoe Hernandez (PUN) def. Christine Haga (CAM); Morgan Yamaguchi (MIL) def. Kaylan Kanakanui (HIL)

155: Tiara Kaye (PUN) def. Janelle Fuamatu (PC); Joslynn Kahala-Minczer def. Jasmine Iuta (KSH)

175: Brianna Jeffries (ROOS) def. Dinora Villalobos (MAUI); Darcie Manning-O’Brien (AIEA) def. Ryanne Murakami-Samala (WAIK)

220: Sanoe Spencer def. Keani Mello-Waiwaiole (KAU); Libby Petrie (KAH) def. Aimee Shiraki (KONA)


108: Brayden Akeo (MIL) def. Gary Long (LAH); Treylan Kobayashi (WAIL) def. Justin Raymond (KONA)

114: Cassidy Oshiro (P5) def. Robin Arellano (KEA); Isaac Diamond (MIL) def. Logan Yamamoto (IOL)

120: Sage Aoki (KONA) def. Chuncey Kano (KPO); Brendan Chang (MAR) def. Christian Carbajal (LAH)

125: Joshua Terao (MPI) def. Holden Takahashi (IOL); Bryant Fukushima (PUN) def. Sky Kekana-Souza (KSH)

130: Todd Murakawa (PUN) def. Jacob Palimo‘o (MOA); Gabriel Iereneo-Baring (PC) def. Thomas Tawata (HBA)

135: Chase Tantog (MIL) def. Kailen Inouye (MOL); Cheyden Quiocho (KEAAU) def. Nathan Inovejas (LAH)

140: Tyson Kuahine (KS) def. Allin Franco (KEA); Austin Bloch (KK) def. Sean Chan (IOL)

145: Blake Cooper (PC) def. Tyler Egami (PUN); Derek Lee Loy (MOA) def. Cory Okuda (AIEA)

152: Bryan Peralta (PUN) def. Chase Uyeda (LAH); Joshue Rivera (FAR) def. Andrew Kahalewai (KSM)

160: L.J. Remillard (PUN) def. Nathaniel Penalver (CAM); Spencer Kiehm (IOL) def. Rodney Williams (CAS)

171: Ikea Ikehara (KS) def. Jeffrey Sanchez (MIL); Chaeden Grace-Reyes (FAR) def. Brayden Hill (PUN)

189: Zachary Hernandez (PUN) def. Santhony Johns (LEI); Lotulelei Totauhelotu (MAUI)

215: Dane Pestano (KS) def. Trey Choi (HPA); Hercules Mata‘afa (LAH) def. Zach Mason (WAIN)

275: Akoakoa Paleka-Kennedy (KSH) def. Jaryn Villegas (LEI); Dhavin Spencer-Basa (MOL) def. Tynan Hayashi (UHS)

More results coming real soon.

8:23 a.m. It’s Saturday morning, the semifinalists and back side wrestlers are congregating on the mat and the weigh-in is around the corner. Semis don’t start until 10 a.m. Every year, there are a few young student-athletes who miss the weigh-in. I don’t know how that gets taken care of. So I asked Todd Los Banos, former Saint Louis wrestling coach.

He says things are strict, a little more now than before. Once the officials in charge start discussing the procedure with wrestlers on the mat, that’s it. There’s no “grace period,” said Los Banos, who was also the longtime athletic director until a few years back.

If the individual situation was an emergency, Los Banos said, officials may make an exception. But generally, if a wrestler isn’t on time, fuggedaboudit.

Is there anything easy about being a wrestler? At all? Don’t think so.

Paul Honda, Star-Advertiser


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