Radford, Moanalua claim state cheerleading crowns


Radford won the medium division and Moanalua captured the large division at the Zippy's/Hawaii High School Athletic Association Cheerleading State Championships at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena Saturday afternoon.

The Rams barely edged two-time medium division champion Kamehameha-Maui by a fourth of a point, 336.5 to 336.25, to claim their 11th state title in school history. They won six straight medium division crowns from 2005 to 2010 before winning the last four large division titles.

Rounding out the top five in the medium division were Waiakea (317.5 points), Kamehameha (312.5) and Iolani (306.5).

Na Menehune totaled 343.75 points to win the large division over runner-up Mililani (335), Kaiser (330) and Pearl City (306.25). It was their fourth state championship overall and first in the large division since 2002. They won back-to-back medium divisions in 2003 and 2004.




No changes in Football power rankings

Crusaders remain at No. 1 with Punahou and Mililani right behind.

Menes back in the Top 10 in girls volleyball

Moanalua will face Mililani, who moved up to No. 3, Monday night in OIA D1 semis.

Monarchs slide through Knights

Damien junior Logan Lauti rushes for 175 yards and three touchdowns in the win.

No. 4 Campbell hammers No. 10 Kapolei

The Sabers claim Sledge Hammer trophy and OIA Open Division second seed.

Kaimuki downs Pearl City to clinch top seed

The Bulldogs recorded seven sacks to rally from an early deficit against the Chargers.

Raiders sweep Buffanblu to lock up state berth

Elena Oglivie paced Raiders with 24 kills and 4 blocks.