Girls Soccer
Past four state champs to play in Castle-Leilehua tourney




State champions from the past four years highlight the 34th annual Castle-Leilehua girls' soccer tournament opens Thursday at both schools' sites.

In Thurday's quarterfinals at Leilehua's Hugh Yoshida Stadium, 2014-15 state champion Mililani will play defending state champion Iolani at 5 p.m. Leilehua will play Kahuku at 7 p.m.

At Castle, 2013-14 state champion Kamehameha will face 2015-16 state champion Pearl City at 5 p.m. Castle will play Konawaena at 7 p.m.

The winners advance to Friday's 7 p.m. semifinals at their respective sites. The losers play at 5 p.m. at their respective sites.

Saturday's championship is 5 p.m. at Castle.

Earlier in the day, the third-place game is set for 3 p.m., the fifth-place game is set for 1 p.m. and the seventh-place game is 11 a.m.

Admission is $4 for adults and $3 for students at both sites.

-----

CASTLE-LEILEHUA SOCCER TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

Thursday, Nov. 16
G-01: Mililani vs. Iolani, 5 p.m. at Leilehua
G-02: Leilehua vs. Kahuku, 7 p.m. at Leilehua
G-03: 
Pearl City vs. Kamehameha, 5 p.m. at Castle
G-04: Castle vs. Konawaena, 7 p.m. at Castle

Friday, Nov. 17
G-05: Loser (MIL-IOL) vs. Loser (LEI-KAH), 5 p.m. at Leilehua
G-06: Loser (CAST-KONA) vs. Loser (PC-KSK), 5 p.m. at Castle
G-07: Winner (MIL-IOL) vs. Winner (LEI-KAH), 7 p.m. at Leilehua
G-08: Winner (CAST-KONA) vs. Winner (PC-KSK), 7 p.m. at Castle

Saturday, Nov. 18
G-09: Loser (Game 5) vs. Loser (Game 6), 11 a.m. at Castle
G-10: Winner (Game 5) vs. Winner (Game 6), 1 p.m. at Castle
G-11: Loser (Game 7) vs. Loser (Game 8), 3 p.m. at Castle
G-12: Winner (Game 7) vs. Winner (Game 8), 5 p.m. at Castle



ADVERTISEMENT


MORE STORIES

No. 4 Maryknoll rallies to knock off No. 1 Punahou

The Spartans opened the second half on an 8-0 run en route to their fifth straight win.

No. 8 Iolani avenges loss to Mid-Pacific

Three Raiders score in double figures to avenge an opening season loss to the Owls.

Kahuku picks Carvalho as football coach

Sterling Carvalho led the team's junior varsity program the past three years.

Maryknoll throttles visiting Iolani

A first quarter deficit was not going to slow the top-ranked Spartans.

Saint Francis too strong for Damien

Saints remain undefeated on the season after Wednesday night's win.

Moanalua survives late scare against Radford

Menes move on to face seed Kahuku in Monday's semifinal at McKinley.



ADVERTISEMENT