OIA Girls Basketball
Cougars blitz Tigers to keep rolling


  



Fri, Jan 21, 2022 @ McKinley


Final 1 2 3 4  
Kaiser (12-2, 12-3) 19 1311750
McKinley (3-9, 3-9) 2 3 2 310
T. McMurray 3 pts  1/2 FTs
A. Maae 16 pts  2 3pm  2/2 FTs

Visiting Kaiser jumped out to a 19-0 lead and never looked back as it ran past host McKinley, 50-10, in an OIA East contest at Student Council Gymnasium Friday night.

Alexus Maae knocked down two triples and had a game-high 16 points and Jasey Morikawa added 11 off the bench to help the Cougars improve to 9-0 in the OIA D1 East standings before the final week of the regular season.

Kaiser has pivotal games coming up with a home game against Roosevelt (10-0 league) on Tuesday and a road game against Moanalua (7-1) next Thursday.

Theresa McMurray led the Tigers (3-7) with three points.





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