Cabanas scores three, Warriors stay undefeated
Colton Cabanas scored three goals and Zachery Kamaha’o Romero had two as the Kamehameha Schools Maui boys soccer team beat Maui High 10-0 on Saturday at Kanaiaupuni Stadium in Pukalani and reclaimed second place in the Maui Interscholastic League Division I standings.
Cabanas and Romero scored all their goals in the first half. Konapiliahi Dancil, Micah Alo also added first-half goals for the Warriors (5-0-3), while Jake Mateaki, Kealaula Kei’ikoa and Tobi Monden scored in the second.
The Sabers fell to 1-6-0.
BALDWIN BOYS 8, SEABURY HALL 0
At Olinda, Nick Lawrence scored a pair of goals for Baldwin (6-0-2).
Matt Foronda, Ryan Feliciano, Ricky Casco, Jaren Otani, Derek Hight and Hunter Clement also had goals for the Bears.
Seabury Hall’s record fell to 3-4-1.
KAMEHAMEHA MAUI GIRLS 6, LAHAINALUNA 1
At Lahaina, six players scored for Kamehameha Maui (9-0-0).
The Warriors got goals from Kehau Macadangdang, Marley Duncan, Kia Takamori-Tihada, Quinn Williams, Lexi Almeida and Kekai Aquino.
The goal-scorer for Lahainaluna (3-7-0) was not available.