boys polo boots Hawks defeat Trojans
Haleakala Waldorf School Patrick Doster scored 36 points, evenly distributing his output throughout a 73 30 victory over St. Anthony on Saturday the Hawks first ever Maui Interscholastic League boys varsity basketball victory.
Just hours after losing to the Trojans by two points on Friday night, the Hawks playing their first season at the varsity level returned to War Memorial Gym in Wailuku and earned its landmark win in runaway fashion. Haleakala Waldorf led 19 3 after the first quarter, 42 19 at the half and 58 24 after three quarters.
Doster scored at least seven points in each quarter, with 21 coming in the second half. Will Pang had 16 points and Connor Fernandez added 10 for the Hawks (1 3).
Nate Rabara drained five 3 pointers and finished with 15 points for the Trojans (3 1).
MOLOKAI GIRLS 34, SEABURY HALL 31
At Hoolehua, Sydney Rawlins scored 10 points as the Farmers handed the Spartans their first loss of the season.
Kaitlin DeRouin added nine points for Molokai (2 4), which outscored Seabury Hall 11 5 in the third quarter.
Anaulei Tuivai had 16 points and Ameera Waterford had nine for the Spartans (7 1), who completed their regular season schedule and had already clinched the MIL Division II regular season crown.
SEABURY HALL BOYS 71, MOLOKAI 39
At Hoolehua, Isaiah Payne scored 29 points to lead the undefeated Spartans to their fourth win of the season.
Connor Jenkins added 13 points and Brayden Hasegawa had 10 for Seabury Hall.
Stephen Agcaoili led the Farmers (0 4) with 15 points.
At Hana, Naighel Calderon and Arjen Uminga each scored 10 points as the Pine Lads remained undefeated.
Lanai (4 0) outscored Hana 22 4 in the second quarter to open up a 34 11 lead at the half.
Keoki Hoopai Waikoloa led the Dragons (0 4) with 11 points.
LAHAINALUNA BOYS 59, KAMEHAMEHA MAUI 46
At Pukalani, the Lunas rang up their 31st MIL win in a row and improved to 7 0 this season.
Lahainaluna got 17 points from Koa Evalu Robinson, who was also a dominant force on the boards, and 14 points from Aukai Kama.
The Warriors (3 4) got 18 points apiece from Kamalu Segundo and Austin Peters.
KING KEKAULIKE GIRLS 65, MAUI HIGH 49
Na Alii moved into second place in the MIL Division I standings with a comeback win over the Sabers.
King Kekaulike (6 5) trailed 27 21 at halftime, but took control of the game with a 21 9 advantage in the third quarter. Temahh Shaw scored a game high 21 points for Na Alii, while Cailyn Ukida added 15 and Namahana Kaeo Young had 13.
The Sabers (4 6) were led by Honey Let Padasdao, who had 19.
MAUI HIGH BOYS 50, KING KEKAULIKE 42
At Pukalani, Fransver Castro led the Sabers to the victory with 13 points.
Maui High (4 3) led 11 8 after one quarter and 26 21 at halftime.
Dylan Baird scored a game high 14 for Na Alii (2 6), while Darius Lauture added 10.
HALEAKALA WALDORF BOYS 73, ST. ANTHONY 30
Sean Conmy 0, Niko Conmy 2, Will Pang 16, Jack Groh 2, Patrick Doster 36, Connor Fernandez 10, Laakea Akeo 3, Aiden Goldberg 2, Sage Anderson 2, Antonio Greco 0.