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Championship match
Ira Navarro (Lahainaluna) def. Tianna Fernandez
(Baldwin), Fall 1:34

Championship match
Kainoa Torigoe (Iolani) def. Hunter Nagatani
(Waipahu), 6-4


>> Navarro: Its gonna sink in later. Just doing what >> Torigoe: I just kept believing in myself. I knew
I do being relaxed, not being too confident, just that I could do it (trailing 4-2 late). Im thankful that
staying humble. It feels awesome, it blows my mind. I all the hard work paid off. I had to believe with all the
fell short last year and I was hungry for that title. practices and everything I put in, that I would come
through at the end. I never doubted myself.
Third place
Third place
Anjelynn Baron (Roosevelt) def. Ariel Goo (Mililani),
Brant Porter (Kamehameha) def. Alan Sanchez


Fall 4:50
(Lahainaluna), 9-1
Fifth place Fifth place
Ira Alicia Mahoe (Kapolei) def. Princess Balasico Kainoa Colby Ravida (Baldwin) def. Triston Baron
Navarro (Farrington), 3-0 Torigoe (Roosevelt), Fall 2:56

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Championship match Championship match
Brianna Leong (Leilehua) def. Xiaolin Mai (Roosevelt), Kysen Terukina (Kamehameha) def. Landon
2-1 By Christian Shimabuku By Nick Abramo The Sabers finished with
cshimabuku@staradvertiser.com nabramo@staradvertiser.com Obra-Nakata (Damien), 7-2
>> Leong: I trusted in my technique. I knew my con- three individual winners, in- >> Terukina: Ive been watching the states for years
ditioning was good When I won and got my hand cluding two who grabbed and I finally got to wrestle in it. It was amazing to win
raised, it was the best feeling in the world. I couldnt All Nanea Estrella could do It all started on The longer the day went their second state crowns after watching all my brothers win. They all teach me.
have done it without my teammates, my coaches. Im in the four or so hours be- on, the more the points Micah Tynanes (220) and I gave him (Landon) the first takedown, but it didnt
so glad I have a hard-working team like them.
tween the first final of the
Friday. That first piled up for the Iolani boys Triston Santos (126). stop me. Fought back harder and took him down.
Third place
Brooke Kawamura (Kamehameha) def.
day and her turn was wait. round, we were on the way to a second Zayren Terukina (132) won Third place
Andre Pagurayan (Kapolei) def. Elijah Asuncion
As a result, the Lahainalua straight victory in the Chev- the other title for Campbell,
Chelsey Chaves (Maui), 5-0
freshman turned in perhaps
10-for-10. I think we ron/HHSAA Wrestling State his first, but he didnt do it
(Moanalua), 21-6
Brianna Fifth place Kysen Fifth place
Leong Sami Saribay (Lahainaluna) def. Caitlin Toai the most impressive perfor- had eight or nine Championships on Saturday before his brother Kysen Ter-
Terukina Elijah Kaawa (Saint Louis) def. Casen Watanabe
(Pearl City), 5-0 mance of the day, a 14-1 vic- at Blaisdell Arena. ukina (113), a freshman, got (Punahou), default.
tory over Taryn Ichimura of
pins and it kind of The Raiders began the day his championship for Kame-
Punahou. started from there. in a heated battle with Camp- hameha. Now, six Terukinas

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Championship match I tried to spend my time bell and Kamehameha, but in- have won at least once at Championship match
Ashley Gooman (Kamehameha) def. Iverly Navarro alone, but I realized I couldnt Todd Hayase dividual championships by states. Their father, Darryl; Corey Cabanban (Saint Louis) def. Logan Garcia
(Lahainaluna), 7-2 (Moanalua), 7-2
>> Gooman: A lot of work during the offseason. I do that, so I spent time with Lahainaluna co-head coach, four wrestlers kept them their uncle Ben; and brothers >> Cabanban: Hes a tough opponent. Just exe-
wasnt as I wanted to be, but I worked hard for it and my team, she said. It feels on the Lunas second state ahead to stay with a final total Shayden and Blaysen are pre- cuted. I stayed calm. I knew what I was doing (with a
thats all I can say. I trust my takedown. It was my last good. Really good. Im really title in three years of 164.5 points. The Sabers vious state winners. slim 4-2 lead). Just stayed in position and remem-
match of the season, so I had to give it my all. happy because my team is al- (145) took second, with the He has a chance to be the bered all the training and hard work will pay off. And
I did train hard. Will be trying to go get that fourth
Third place ways there for me and always Warriors (139) in third. first one in the family to win it
Haylee Fujioka (Roosevelt) def. Khaitlin Bernaldez (state title) next year.
will be. KJ Pascua and Dane Ya- four times, Zayren, a junior,
(Moanalua), Fall 1:57 Third place
Estrellas victory in the 117 Alo. The junior said that she mashiro earned their second said about Kysen. Casey Nitta (Mililani) def. Justin Abe (Punahou), 8-0
Fifth place division, along with three took weight gainers to move individual state titles for the The Cooper familys all-
Ashley Kaitlin Ito (Hawaii Baptist) def. Dania Furuya Corey Fifth place
other individual medalists for up to face Radfords Angela Raiders. Pascua did it at 170 time haul also increased on Kawehi Gillcoat (Lahainaluna) def. Jayson Pagurayan
Gooman (University), Fall 4:27 Cabanban
the Lunas, propelled the Peralta on Jan. 7 at Mililani. At pounds, getting a takedown Saturday. Makoa Cooper (Kapolei), default.
Maui Interscholastic League 145, Peralta was No. 1 at the late in overtime to defeat captured the 152-pound
school to its second girls time until Alos 5-4 victory. PHOTOS BY CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM Campbells Noah Respicio class to join Raynald, Blake

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Championship match state title in three years. Peralta became the first 7-5. Yamashiro pinned Bald- and Baylen as state winners. Championship match
Alexis Encinas (Lahainaluna) def. Macy Higa It all started on Friday. Radford girl to win multiple wins Feitosa Laite at the 1:53 One wrestler, Saint Louis Triston Santos (Campbell) def. Kainalu Estrella
(Roosevelt), 6-4 Iolanis Dane (Lahainaluna), 8-3
That first round, we were 10- state titles after willing her mark in the 285-pound class. Corey Cabanban, tucked his
>> Encinas: Im all over the place right now with Yamashiro, above >> Santos: I cant believe I did it. I trained so hard
for-10. I think we had eight or way to a 7-4 overtime victory In one of the closest third state title into his pocket
my emotions. I feel awesome knowing that the work right, threw Baldwins for this one moment. I knew it was going to be tough.
I put in the past couple of months definitely paid off. nine pins and it kind of over Waianaes Kaleinani matches of the night, Iola- by getting past Moanaluas I knew I had to stay calm and work my moves. My last
Feitosa Leite en route
Theres no words. She defeated me last year in the started from there, Lahain- Makuaole. Like Alo, the senior nis Kainoa Torigoe fought Logan Garcia at 120 pounds. match as a Campbell wrestler and I finished it off by
to a pin at 1:53 in the
state final, so that was definitely a rewarding feeling. alua co-head coach Todd Ha- was not at full strength be- back from a two-point deficit Its another accomplish- coming back to win my second state title.
285-pound class during
Third place yase said. We felt that the cause of an ankle injury that to get past Waipahus Hunter ment toward my goal, Third place
Tiare-Lynn Ikei (Kaiser) def. Reiko Ramirez Saturdays state wres-
tournament would be won on has bothered her all season. Nagatani 6-4 at 106 pounds. Cabanban said. Ill be trying Nicholas Stefanelli (Punahou) def. Ansen Ursua
(Mid-Pacific), Fall 3:20 tling championships at (Saint Louis), 6-4
bonus points. Having five in As some worked to prove Sai Fautanu was the other to get that fourth and go on
Alexis Fifth place Blaisdell Arena.
the finals and winning four, their reputations on Satur- Raiders individual winner, to college. Triston Fifth place
Encinas Makana Cooper (Pearl City) def. Kahukus Teniya Alo, Kaua Nishigaya (Iolani) def. Kaena Desantos
Shantelle Mangrobang (Leilehua), 5-0 its pretty incredible. day, others went out to show and he broke down crying Aieas Brandon Burgos Santos
left on top, pinned (Leilehua), 8-4
Iverly Navarro, ranked No. that theyre forces to be reck- happy tears after dispatch- made some history for his
Kaisers Roselani Ikei
3 in Hawaii Prep Worlds oned with for years to come. ing Moanaluas Damien Agao school with his pin of Bald-
to capture the

Pound-for-Pound rankings, Estrellas margin of victory Casabar 3-1 at 195 pounds. wins Laakea Joy in the

Championship match 132-pound division. Championship match
Nanea Estrella (Lahainaluna) def. Taryn Ichimura was the lone Luna in the fi- was the largest of the It was tight, said Iolani 160-pound final. Hes the Zayren Terukina (Campbell) def. Christian Tavares
(Punahou), 14-1 nals who didnt come away matches that lasted three coach Walden Au after wrap- first Na Alii wrestler to win a (Radford), 7-1
>> Estrella: It feels good. Really good. Im really with a state title after a 7-2 rounds. Another Maui fresh- ping up the schools 14th boys championship since >> Terukina: I worked hard all year for this and my
happy because my team is always there for me and loss to Kamehamehas Ash- man in Baldwins Jahnea Mi- Baldwins state crown. We came into Frank Pascua (152) in 1990. brother (Kysen) was with me all the way. It sucks that
always will be. Im really excited, I couldnt have done ley Gooman at 107. guel won the 127 division Jahnea Miguel, this tournament with nine We havent had a state he had to win before me, but at least I got one. I want
it without my brother or my coaches or my parents for to thank all my coaches, my dad, my family. Growing
always supporting me. Also, my friends. Kahukus Teniya Alo, the over Waianaes Anuhea Ham- right, got her wrestlers, a little bit behind champion in 27 years, Bur- up and wrestling with two older brothers (state win-
Third place top-ranked wrestler in the P4P ilton in convincing fashion. hand raised in some of the other teams. In gos said. You know how ners Shayden and Blaysen), I picked up a lot.
Alexis-Nova Posiuiai (Kamehameha) def. rankings, pinned Kaisers Shes one of the girls, victory after all the time Ive been coach- much pressure that is? I Third place
Kira Borengasser (Moanalua), 3-2 Roselani Ikei for her second along with Jahnea, Hayase pinning ing, Ive never seen a final went in there knowing I was Colby Watase (Iolani) def. Matthew Perez (Kame-
Nanea Fifth place state title. She won at 122 in said of Estrella. They got Waianaes round like we were able to going to win. Taking second Zayren hameha), Default.
Estrella Jaelynn Miner (Nanakuli) def. Allie Mahoe (Kapolei), 2015 as a freshman at Iolani. seven to eight years of wres- Anuhea Hamil- pull off. Its a testament to wasnt an option. Fifth place
5-2 Terukina
A shoulder injury hindered tling experience as freshmen. ton at 1:52 in the our captains. Sai started it Leilehuas Brett Barefoot Jhael Jb Jose (Lei) vs. Kaau Estrella (KS-Hawaii), 10-4
her ability last season, though Its all in the youth program, 127-pound class. off and then Big Dane kept made big strides for his
she still finished third. getting the kids ready for this Campbells the momentum before KJ 182-pound title. He upset top-

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Championship match Championship match
It feels good to finally re- moment. Its nice to be a Micah Tynanes, took us home. Kainoa Torig- seeded Lincoln Mussell of Ha- Keale Kelinoi (Waianae) def. Steven Pangelinan
Czarina Pineda-Abaya (Kalani) def. Mikayla Abe
(Pearl City), 2-1 deem myself. Going through freshman. far right, was oes state championship was waii Baptist in the semifinals (Campbell), 13-5
>> Pineda-Abaya: It was really tiring. Its hard to three surgeries, I finally got Nanea couldnt have pumped after huge for us. Everybody before getting a pin of Camp- >> Kelinoi: After that win, Im tired. Its not only all
concentrate with all the noise. I challenged her at healed, Alo said. Nobody cared less who she wrestled. pinning picked up their share. You bells Alize Wright in what had my accomplishment. Its the communitys, Jesus, my
Mililani. It was a close match and I pinned her, so I felt knows that I re-tore it, but I She was just relaxed and Castles Islaey could see the look in every- been a close match. teammates and coaches. They brought me here. This
confident. Were both good wrestlers, so it was up to is for them and not me. This is for everybody, man.
have surgery again in two calm. Just really proud of our Busch-Matuu ones eyes. They fought for Its a long season, a long
the person that pushed more. Third place
weeks. I tried to hold it off for boys and girls. Hopefully we to win the each other. We are humbled grind. I never thought Id
Third place Joseph Fong (University) def. Antonio Ruiz
Waipuilani Estrella-Beauchamp (Baldwin) states and it was all worth it. can continue this. 220-pound title. to take this great honor this make it here. I saw that it (Moanalua), FFT.
def. Laynee Pasion (St. Francis), 8-2 Maintaining the ranking Lahainaluna compiled 191 year. was open for a reverse cra-
Czarina meant just as much as an- points, with Kamehameha Campbell stayed in con- dle, so I had to take a shot. Fifth place
Fifth place Keale Jacob Yamaguchi (Kapolei) def. Kainoa Richardson
Pineda- Amber-Jade Nagatani (Waipahu) def. Hanna Kannys other state championship to finishing second with 146. tention until near the end. Anything for the win. Kelinoi (Kamehameha), 4-3
Abaya (Kaiser), FFT.

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Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match
Jahnea Miguel (Baldwin) def. Anuhea Hamilton Angela Peralta (Radford) def. Kaleinani Makuaole Jennie Fuamatu (Pearl City) def. Kiara Tuimalu Micah Tynanes (Campbell) def. Islaey Busch-Matuu KJ Pascua (Iolani) def. Noah Respicio (Campbell), Alexandre Mimura (Mid-Pacific) def. Zhachary
(Waianae), Fall 1:52 (Waianae), 7-4 (OT) (Campbell), Pin 2:34 (Castle), Fall 3:28 7-5 (OT) Carreiro (Waianae), 9-1
>> Miguel: It feels amazing, especially how shes >> Peralta: It shouldnt have happened; it shouldnt >> Fuamatu: It felt good. I was just thinking about >> Tynanes: This (second state title) is amazing. All >> Pascua: I was off my game yesterday. Today I >> Mimura: It shows how the hard work you do really
a senior and Im a freshman. Its my first state cham- have gone to the third period. I guess I feel good. Ive my mom and dad, doing it for for them and my team. glory goes to God. Once I felt it (cement job) tight, I came back to work on my game and get back into the pays off. I wasnt as confident as I should have been,
pionship and it feels amazing. I dont know how to had a bad ankle injury the whole season and it kind of knew he was going to turn over. Its an amazing feel- flow. State championships are nice and all. But first I but I pulled it off. The constant reminder of everyone
Third place wanted this match. Title comes after. Just had to keep here supporting me, my teammates, pulled me through.
explain it. At first I thought I was going to get pinned. caught up to me. Mahealani Ramirez (Aiea) def. Anela Kahuli-Apo ing, a blessed feeling. Hats off to my opponent. Isaac
is a tough guy. I wanted to get the pin for my team. pushing. Worked hard for my two state titles and Im Good rivalries, too, helped me make it this far.
Third place Third place (Kamehameha), 7-4 very proud of them.
Paige Respicio (Kamehameha) def. Sadie Antoque Nina Seoane (Pearl City) def. Shannon Jaramillo Third place Third place
Fifth place Laulii Iosefa (McKinley) def. Makananui Kaahanui Third place Jake Ballesteros (Iolani) def. Manu Wengler
(Castle), 5-2 (Lahainaluna), 2-0 Saje Pedroza-Kanemitsu (Kamehameha-Maui) (Molokai), 4-3 Kasey Kikuyama (Pearl City) def. Micah Wong-Lau (Kamehameha-Hawaii), Fall 4:17
Fifth place Fifth place def. Richann Benedito (Moanalua), 7-1 (Kahuku), 6-4 Fifth place
Jahnea Faith-Joy Okubo (Moanalua) def. Alyssa Fusato Angela Jennifer Tongi (Kahuku) def. Brandi Kealanahele Jennie Micah Fifth place KJ Alexandre
Jaylen Gonzales (Waianae) def. Samiuela Oto Fifth place Chase Wusstig (Moanalua) def. Kason Nitahara
Miguel (King Kekaulike), 12-5 Peralta (Farrington), Fall 3:35 Fuamatu Tynanes Pascua Chasyn Aipoalani (Kamehameha) def. Darius Mynar Mimura (Kamehameha), 6-2
(Baldwin), 5-3
(Kamehameha-Maui), Fall 2:12

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Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match
Teniya Alo (Kahuku) def. Roselani Ikei (Kaiser), Kelani Corbett (Leilehua) vs. Jacqueline Fuamatu Lavenia Fotu (Farrington) def. Mildred Keopuhiwa Dane Yamashiro (Iolani) def. Feitosa Leite (Baldwin), Brett Barefoot (Leilehua) def. Alize Wright Makoa Cooper (Pearl City) def. Nicholas
Fall 3:02 (Pearl City), 5-2 (Waianae), 3-2 (OT) Fall 1:53 (Campbell), Fall 4:37 Mair (Kaiser), 16-4
>> Alo: It feels good to finally redeem myself. Going >> Corbett: Its just hard work paying off. It feels >> Fotu: The whole season, (my shoulder) was >> Yamashiro: He (Feitosa) is a good wrestler. I >> Barefoot: Thank God. Thank all my friends and >> Cooper: Id like to thank my mom, dad and
through three surgeries, I finally got healed. Nobody good to make history. She was a really good oppo- sore. It shifts when Im in the mats. I couldnt really went out there for the pin (and second state title), family for helping and supporting me, all my loved brothers for pushing me. I didnt want to get caught
knows that I re-tore it (shoulder; she also had an ankle nent, probably the top opponent in my bracket. hear anything, but when my coach told me about (the thinking about how my coaches and teammates ones. Feels amazing. Its a long season, long grind. in his move (the Peterson). I avoided that. Game
injury), but I have surgery again in two weeks. I tried crowd) it felt good. helped me so much and I appreciate all of that. Thanks Never thought Id make it here. I saw that it was open plan was to get quick takedowns. Its a relief. All my
Third place for a reverse cradle, so I had to take a shot. Anything older brothers (Raynald, Blake and Baylen) are state
to hold it off for states and it was all worth it. Kayla Araki (Kamehameha-Hawaii) def. Tara Kaili Third place to my family and everyone who supported me.
for the win. champions. Its a relief.
Third place Labanon (Damien), Fall 2:29 Roxie Umu (Kealakehe) def. Kulia Shores-Ulep Third place
Charlize Jasmine Pascual-Tabuyo (Mid-Pacific) def. Ezekiel Samuelu (McKinley) def. Gerri-Co Jenks Third place Third place
Fifth place (Kamehameha-Hawaii), Fall 3:35 Lincoln Mussell (Hawaii Baptist) def. Gabriel LeLesch Kamakanamakamae Tapia (Kamehameha) def.
Taylor Pelegrino Hayase (Lahainaluna), Fall 2:54 (Waianae), 5-3
Tiana Peterson (Kapolei) def. Kahiau Freitas Fifth place Brett (Kailua), 4-2 Makoa Madison Leanio (Kauai), Fall 4:10
Teniya Fifth place Kelani (Kamehameha), 7-5 Lavenia Tangiteina Niutupuivaha (Kahuku) def. Celine Gomes Dane Fifth place
Jenna Awana (Waianae) def. Sunni Chow Chance Rodrigues (Maui) def. Isaac Alapai (Kapolei), Barefoot Fifth place Cooper Fifth place
Alo Corbett Fotu (Baldwin), 14-2 Yamashiro Ty Bates (Lahainaluna) def. Kawika Andrian (Keaau), 7-0 Jake Angelo (Iolani) def. Zachary Bell (University), 5-1
(Kamehameha), Fall 2:34 Fall 2:27

Championship match Championship match Championship match Championship match
Kauanoe Keahi (Lahainaluna) def. Iwikehaukalewa Ivory Ayers (Keaau) def. Kapoina Bailey (Konawaena), Saiaga Fautanu (Iolani) def. Damien Agao Casaban Brandon Burgos (Aiea) def. Laakea Joy (Baldwin),
Kinimaka (Campbell), Fall 4:28 Fall 1:32 (Moanalua), 3-1 Fall 1:59
>> Keahi: Im super surprised, but Im happy >> Ayers: Its amazing. I mean, I worked so hard for >> Fautanu: When I was out there, I couldnt >> Burgos: My coaches teach me that every time
1. Lahainaluna....191 12. Kapolel............ 54 23. Aiea...................22 t36. KS-Maui, Sacred 1. Iolani..........164.5 12. Pearl City...... 47 Kaiser.................... 22 36. Hilo................ 10
because I know I put in a lot of work this season to it. I (stuck) to throws a lot and sometimes I can go for 2. Kamehameha... 146 13. KS-Hawaii.......52 24. Castle...............21 Hearts.................9 2. Campbell......140 13. Damien......... 44 25. Molokai......... 20 37. Waimea............6
believe it. When I won, I thought it was a dream and I you go in there, youre the best one in the world, you
get where I am. It feels awesome. I just want to thank shots. Id like to thank my trainers. 3. Pearl City........135 14. Campbell........ 50 t25. Damien, King 38. Kapaa................. 7 3. Kamehameha. 139 14. KS-Hawaii.... 37 26. Kahuku.......... 18 t38. King Kekaulike, was going to wake up at any moment, but its reality. work the hardest, youre the best wrestler on the mat.
my coaches and my family for supporting me and Third place
t4. Roosevelt, 15. Kealakehe...... 40 Kekaulike........20 39. McKinley............ 6 4. Waianae.......... 95 15. McKinley....... 34 27. Kailua............. 17 Konawaena, Pahoa, My coaches told me junkyard dog mentality and I work my hardest every day and it surely paid off.
pushing me through everything. Baldwin..........106 16. Mid-Pacific...37.5 t27. Maui, Nanakuli, 40. Lanai................... 4 5. Moanalua........ 91 t16. Aiea, Castle, t28. Kauai, Lanai, Waiakea..................4 thats how I got the takedown. Attack, attack, attack. Went in there having the mentality that I was going to
Saydie Kala (Baldwin) def. Kyara Velez (Leilehua), 6. Waianae.............87 17. Punahou...........33 St. Francis......16 t41. Assets, 6. Baldwin........... 80 University............. 31 Maui...................... 16 42. Kapaa...............3
Third place Fall 1:48 7. Leilehua..........84.5 18. Keaau..............31 t30. Hawaii Baptist, Hawaii Prep.... 3 7. Lahainaluna......74 19. Mid-Pacific... 30 31. Kealakehe.... 15 t43. Hana, Kalani.. 2 Third place walk out a winner.
Zion-Grace Vierra (Kamehameha) def. 8. Moanalua.......... 84 t19. Kalani, Waipahu.........15 43. Waiakea............. 2 8. Kapolei.........69.5 20. Mililani........29.5 32. Roosevelt..... 13 t45. Maryknoll, Fagatogo Sotoa (Kapolei) def. Risein Campbell Third place
Cassandra Tongi (Kahuku), 5-3 Fifth place 9. Kahuku...............78 Radford..........26 32. Molokai............14 9. Saint Louis..... 68 21. Radford......28.5 33. KS-Maui........ 12 Nanakuli..................1
(Waialua), 5-3 Kaysen Takenaka (Iolani) def. Kawena Esperas
Michelle Tanuvasa (Pearl City) def. Kahula Coleman 10. Kaiser...........58.5 21. Mililani..........25.5 t33. Iolani, Kauai....12 10. Leilehua........ 66 22. Waipahu....... 28 34. Waialua......... 11
Kauanoe Fifth place Ivory 11. Farrington....... 56 22. Konawaena.....24 35. University.........10 11. Punahou....54.5 t23. Hawaii Baptist, 35. Keaau........10.5 Saiaga Fifth place Brandon (Castle), 7-1
(Roosevelt), FFT.
Keahi Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae (Kapolei) def. Lainey Ayers Fautanu Jayden Ferreira (Baldwin) def. Amir Mirza Burgos Fifth place
Sanborn (Sacred Hearts), 8-3 Quotes compiled by Nick Abramo Head shots by Dennis Oda, Star-Advertiser (Kamehameha), Fall 2:52 Dominic Boland (Damien) def. Trever Kahunahuna
and Christian Shimabuku, Star-Advertiser and Jay Metzger, Special to the Star-Advertiser (Kamehameha), 6-4