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ScoringLive staffFebruary 15, 2018, 10:35pm
Thu, Feb 15, 2018 @ Stan Sheriff
MANOA — For three and a half quarters Punahou looked like it would cruise into the title game, but the Buffanblu held off a big 28-point fourth quarter rally from Moanalua to win, 75-69, to cap the Snapple/HHSAA Division I Boys Basketball Championships semifinals at the Stan Sheriff Center.
The Buffanblu make it to the championship game for the third year in a row and face the Red Raiders in a rematch of last year's title game where Kahuku won, 70-55.
Moanalua, who was 2-5 on the season, won eight of their last nine games to get to the semifinal round and knocked out Oahu Interscholastic Association champion and second-seeded Kalaheo, 52-50 on Wednesday. Na Menehune face Maryknoll in the third place game.
Moanalua was able to get within four, 24-20, but Punahou scored 20 points and raced ahead with an 12-4 run and led, 36-24 at halftime.
Moanalua trailed 67-54 with over two minutes remaining, but brought the game within single digits with under a minute remaining. Caleb Casinas hit his fourth 3-pointer as Na Menehune trailed, 73-69 with 17 seconds remaining, but Zayne Chong hit free throws to close it out.
The Buffanblu outrebounded Na Menehune, 37-24 and Punahou as a team showed their unselfishness with 15 assists. Duke Clemens benefited from those passes to score 16 points and Chong finished with a team-high 22 points.
Casinas led Na Menehune with 21 points on 8-of-15 shooting, Geremy Robinson added 18 and Saige Pulu with 13 points. Robinson and Casinas combined to make seven of Moanalua's eight 3-pointers for the game.
After two seasons on the Farmers football team, Nainoa Kahale made a difficult decision.
Various awards were given out to OIA coaches, administrators and officials.
Kamakaiwi, Araki collect Pitcher, Player of the Year awards; Au named Coach of the Year.
The Saint Francis senior batted .605 and hammered a state-leading 12 home runs.
Braves Area Scouting Supervisor Dan Cox (Aiea '91) hosts free tryout camp for fourth year.
Baldwin captured its sixth state title while Kailua's Parker led the state in strikeouts.