Warriors, Spartans fall at state volleyball tournament
Kamehameha Schools Maui and Seabury Hall both lost quarterfinal matches during the New City Nissan Girls Volleyball State Championship on Wednesday.
In the Division I tournament at Kamehameha Hawaii on the Big Island, Moanalua defeated fourth-seeded Kamehameha Maui 27-25, 25-18, 25-10.
Patricia Batoon had nine kills and Charity Sadang added seven for the Warriors. Danielle Brown had 12 assists, Shalia Kamakaokalani contributed 15 digs and Victoria Kunishi finished with three aces.
Kamehameha Maui will play Kahuku in a fifth-place semifinal today at 5 p.m. at Keaau.
Silerolia Gaogao had 18 kills and Shaylah Kagehiro finished with 34 assists for Na Menehune.
In the D-II tournament at Kaimuki on Oahu, St. Francis beat second-seeded Seabury Hall 22-25, 25-11, 25-20, 21-25, 15-11.
Sophie Janssen and Shayla Hoeft each had 10 kills for the Spartans, who will play Roosevelt in a fifth-place semifinal today at 6:30 p.m. at Kaimuki.
Malia Luis-Mateo had 11 kills and Lacey Satele added nine for the Saints.
In a D-I consolation match at Keaau, Farrington defeated King Kekaulike 25-10, 25-14.
No match statistics were reported for the match.
In a D-II consolation match at McKinley, Pahoa defeated Hana 25-23, 25-13.
Rachel-Lee Scott had eight kills for the Dragons, while Shalen-Brae Hoopai and Jaynalee Hoopai each finished with four.
Maxine Block had nine kills for the Daggers.
The D-I semifinal matchups will be Kamehameha Kapalama versus Moanalua and Mili-lani versus Punahou.
The D-II semifinal matchups will be St. Francis versus Hawaii Prep and Konawaena versus Waimea.