ILH Boys Basketball
No. 2 Warriors bounce back to top visiting Owls


Thu, Jan 11, 2018 @ Kamehameha

Final 1 2 3 4  
Mid-Pacific (3-8, 9-14) 5 15102454
Kamehameha (7-5, 20-8) 16 10 16 2264
Pts: Colin Ramos (MPI) 26 pts  

Kamehameha pulled away from Mid-Pacific in the second half for a 64-54 win at Kekuhaupio Gymnasium Thursday night.

Kamren Victorino-Kato led the way with 21 points and two made 3-pointers to open up the game to help the Warriors (3-1) get back into the win column in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I standings.

Lele Kawaiaea added 14 points, Kobe Young had 13 and Christmas Togiai chipped in 12 points to round out the leading scorers for Kamehameha.

Colin Ramos scored a game-high 26 points on three made triples and 11-for-13 shooting at the free throw line to lead the Owls (1-3) in the loss as they dropped their third straight league contest.




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.