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.




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