Hana falls to St. Anthony in first home game since 2009-10 season

The Hana High School boys basketball team played its first Maui Interscholastic League home game in five years on Friday, losing 61-45 to St. Anthony.

The Dragons (0-5), who are fielding a team for first time since the 2009-10 season, began this season with four straight road games. Friday’s contest was played before approximately 400 fans.

The Trojans (2-1) got 14 points from Michael Fernandez. Kekaha Souza and Grayson Nolette each had 10.

Chasen Kanakaole scored 12 points for Hana, and Noah Hoopai-Feliciano had 10.

Hana girls 38, Seabury Hall 27

At Hana, Precious Helekahi scored 19 points as Hana earned its first win of the season.

The Dragons (1-10) only scoring in the third quarter was on a single free throw, but they permitted just two points in the period and led 19-15 going into the fourth.

Allie Rudow scored 13 points for Seabury Hall (3-8).

Molokai girls 43, Lanai 40

At Lani City, Precious Rawlins had 10 points, and Molokai rallied in the fourth quarter to stay undefeated,

Camille Ledesma had nine points and Rebecka Adolpho added eight for the Farmers (11-0), who had already secured the MIL Division II regular-season championship.

Molokai trailed 35-32 heading into the final period.

Kristine Elan scored 14 points for the Pine Lasses (7-4), and and Maile Herolaga had 11.