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Prep Football Preview Special
ScoringLive staffNovember 9, 2023, 12:34am
For the third straight year, it will be an all-ILH affair in the semifinals of the New City Nissan Division II Girls Volleyball Championships.
Damien swept second-seeded Waialua in the first quarterfinal at Kaimuki's gymnasium Wednesday while University Lab handled third-seeded Seabury Hall in straight sets in the second semifinal.
The Monarchs and Jr. Bows will square off in the 5 p.m. semifinal at Kalani's gymnasium Thursday night. It will precede the second semifinal between top-seeded Mid-Pacific and Hawaii Baptist.
University won the regular season meeting with Damien on Oct. 10 in four sets, 25-21, 25-27, 25-20 and 25-21.
Damien setter Kenna Wengler (4) dished out 32 assists with seven digs, four kills and two aces in the Monarchs' quarterfinal win.
Damien sweeps past Waialua, 25-15, 25-15, 25-17
The Monarchs made quick work of a depleted Bulldogs' squad with dominating victories in all three sets. Kaila Kalama-Bajet had 16 kills and Kiana Cueto added 12 more to lead Damien in the straight set win.
Brynn Basilio-Chun led Waialua in the loss with three kills, two assists and seven digs. The Bulldogs were without middle blocker Chloe McKee and saw limited playing time out of outside hitter Kanoe Santago, who hyperextend her calf in practice earlier this week.
University Lab senior MB/OH Miliana Sylvester (12) puts up a block against Seabury Hall.
University Lab holds off Seabury Hall, 25-17, 25-19, 27-25
Liliana Dutcher put down 10 kills and Aleya Baptiste and Maiah Kalima-Izumi each added nine more to power the Jr. Bows in their quarterfinal win over the Spartans.
Makalani Carey had nine kills to lead Seabury in the loss.
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