Chase for the Championship
HPA, Govs to meet in Division II semifinals


The seeded teams held true in the opening round of the Snapple Division II Boys Basketball Championships.

Third-seeded Hawaii Prep and second-seeded Farrington handled their competition in the first round to set up Friday's semifinal game at Kalani's Earl C. Holmer Gymnasium, which will follow the 5:00 p.m. semifinal between top-seeded Damien and fourth-seeded Seabury Hall.

Valentinas Ulinas scored 22 points with eight rebounds to lead Ka Makani to a 50-42 win over University. Three Jr. Bows scored in double figures, led by Leif Fautanu's 14 points.

Aaron Bagoisan scored 14 points and Raefe McEnroe added 13 to lead the Governors to a 62-52 win over Kauai. Ricky Ralston had a double-double of 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Red Raiders in the loss.



Upset-minded Governors hoping to topple Trojans

No. 13 Farrington will look to end a 10-game losing streak against third-ranked Mililani.

Trojans defend their crown on Menes' home floor

Mililani bounced back from dropping the first set & outlasted Moanalua in a 5-set classic.

Chargers capture first OIA title since 1997

Pearl City earned its seventh league crown with 25-17, 25-21, 25-21 sweep of Kalani.

Cougars will play host to Warriors Friday night

The teams cross paths for a second time this season in the next-to-last week of BIIF play.

Ellazar-Ching, Wengler paced Kohala, Damien

The junior running back and senior outside hitter clutched up for their teams last week.

Mililani outlasts Kahuku in four set thriller

Falanika Danielson pours in 24 kills, including last five of match, to lift Trojans.