Rhys Lendio scored off a corner kick by Rodrigo Haro in the first half, and Sergio Gallardo added a second-half goal on a free kick as Lahainaluna High School widened its lead in the Maui Interscholastic League boys soccer standings with a 2-0 victory over Maui High on Saturday in Kahului.
The Lunas (3-0-1) are seven points ahead of the closest teams in Division I.
The Sabers fell to 1-1-0.
Julian Bel-Robert of Lahainaluna High School jumps to make a save during the Lunas’ 2-0 victory over Maui High on Saturday.
JAKE RYAN photo
* MAUI HIGH GIRLS 2, LAHAINALUNA 0: At Kahului, Maui High teammates Mary-Lynn Johannes and Tiare Lucas scored during a three-minute span in the second half - both off assists from Malia Yamashiro.
Johannes' goal in the 49th minute came off a corner kick, and Lucas' goal in the 52nd was from 30 yards out.
The Sabers are now 3-1-0, while Lahainaluna is 2-3-0.
|Hana 2, St. Anthony 1|
|Maui High 2, Lahainaluna 0|
|Baldwin 3, Seabury Hall 0|
|Baldwin at Kamehameha Maui, 5 p.m.|
Hana 3, St. Anthony 1
Lahainaluna 2, Maui High 0
Lahainaluna at Seabury Hall, 4 p.m.
Baldwin at Kamehameha Maui, 7 p.m.
* BALDWIN 3, SEABURY HALL 0: At War Memorial Stadium, Christine Kenagy scored twice for Baldwin (3-0-0), giving her five goals in her last two games.
Kenagy scored in the 41st minute, on an assist from Sarah Nomuta, and in the 70th, on an assist by Mia Gaddis, who had scored in the 20th minute.
Seabury Hall fell to 0-2-0.