HHSAA Girls Volleyball
Punahou fends off Kamehameha-Hawaii


Thu, Oct 24, 2019 @ McKinley [ 5:00 pm ]

FINAL  1   2   3   4   5      
PUN (13-3) 25 21 25 25 - 3
KSH (16-2) 12 25 20 23 - 1
Kill: N. Spaar (KSH) 18 kills
Blk: I. Iosua (PUN) 3 blk

Kaia Dunford put down 15 kills with 15 digs and Madisyn Beirne added 14 kills to power Punahou over third-seeded Kamehameha-Hawaii in the quarterfinals of the New City Nissan Division I Girls Volleyball Championships at McKinley's Student Council Gymnasium Thursday night.

Isabelle Iosua chipped in 10 kills with three blocks as the Buffanblu (12-2) won by set scores of 25-12, 21-25, 25-20 and 25-23.

Punahou moves on to take on second-seeded Mililani in the second semifinal at Moanalua Friday night.

Nani Spaar had 18 kills with 12 digs to lead the Warriors (15-1) in their first loss this season.




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