Pine Lads bounce back, deal Spartans rare defeat 64-60

MIL BASKETBALL

Naighel Calderon

Naighel Calderon scored 25 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, as the Lanai High School boys basketball team rallied to defeat Seabury Hall 64-60 on Saturday at Erdman Athletic Center in Olinda.

The Pine Lads, who lost to the Spartans by 33 points the night before, trailed 46-37 going into the fourth quarter. From there, Lanai (7-1) got hot from behind the arc, hitting four 3-pointers — three by Calderon — to hand eight-time defending Maui Interscholastic League Division II champion Seabury Hall its first loss of the season and just its second loss in its last 54 MIL games.

J.J. Dulay had 16 points and Andre Adams added 15 — the two combined to contribute 11 points in the final quarter — for the Pine Lads.

Isaiah Payne led the Spartans (7-1) with a game-high 31 points — he went 15-for-15 at the free-throw line. Kama Konohia added 12 points.

MOLOKAI BOYS 51, ST. ANTHONY 25

At Wailuku, Stephen Agcaoili scored 14 points to lead the Farmers (4-4) to a sweep of the Trojans (3-5).

Shraedon Naeole-Starkey added 10 point for Molokai.

Nate Rabara hit three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points to lead St. Anthony (3-5).

HANA BOYS 44, HALEAKALA WALDORF 41

At Hana, Yosef Moeai and Carson Whitwell each scored 13 points to lead the Dragons past the Hawks.

With the weekend sweep, Hana improved to 2-6. Haleakala Waldorf fell to 1-7.

LAHAINALNA BOYS 55, KING KEKAULIKE 19

Koa Evalu Robinson scored 12 points, and the Lunas remained undefeated at 10-0.

Lahainaluna held Na Alii (3-8) to under seven points in each quarter.

Darius Lauture had six points for King Kekaulike.

KAMEHAMEHA MAUI BOYS 49, MAUI HIGH 44

At Pukalani, Kamalu Segundo scored 15 points before fouling out to lead the Warriors past the Sabers in a game that included 53 fouls.

Austin Peters added 12 points and Blayde Demello had 10 for Kamehameha Maui, which improved to 5-5.

Jojo Pacubas had 13 points to lead Maui High (6-5).

LANAI BOYS 64, SEABURY HALL 60

LANAI (64)

Devin Vidad 0, JJ Dulay 16, Joel Nisperos 0, Jayden Castillo-Pagay 0, Naighel Calderon 25, Kane Tubera 0, Arjen Uminga 3, Andre Adams 15, Devrene Kahananui Alejado 1, Morgan Jonas 2, Jamahl Adams 0, Kaleb Alboro 0, Elijah Gima-Maltezo 2.

SEABURY HALL (60)

Noah Payne 5, Carl Molinaro 2, Gabriel Medallada 0, Brayden Hasegawa 0, Isaiah Payne 31, Rolando Berdal 0, Caden Granum 0, Kai Preseault 2, Conner Jenkins 8, Kama Konohia 12, JD Pells 0, Joaquin Donez 0.

Lanai 11 11 15 27–64

Seabury Hall 12 12 22 14–60

MOLOKAI BOYS 51, ST. ANTHONY 25

MOLOKAI (51)

Kanalu Kahale 5, Kreole Pawn-White 0, Shraedon Naeole-Starkey 10, Nickolas Rapanot 0, TJ Davis 0, Stephen Agcaoili 14, Nainoa Kahale 5, Kaya Alcon 2, Keison Poaha-Alcon 6, Kaina Adolpho 9.

ST. ANTHONY (25)

Khoa Lee 0, Chris Neilson 0, Tyson Wu 0, Jake Gage 4, Bubba Chuckas 6, Luke Jones 2, Evan Essner 2, Jeremiah Larot 0, Ronny Nguyen 0, Nate Rabara 11.

Molokai 10 15 13 13–51

St. Anthony 5 9 6 5–25

HANA BOYS 44, HALEAKALA WALDORF 41

Haleakala Waldorf 10 9 12 10–41

Hana 13 11 13 7–44

LAHAINALUNA BOYS 55, KING KEKAULIKE 19

KING KEKAULIKE (19)

Richard Chun 4, Darius Lauture 6, Carson Yoshida 3, Dylan Baird 2, Milo Debliquis 2, Kai Carbajal 2.

LAHAINALUNA (55)

Reece Pascua 6, Iverson Turno 8, Malino Jacinto 2, Isaiah Tanner 5, Cley Josef Palma 6, Carter Stockham 4, Aukai Kama 9, Hunter Higdin 3, Koa Evalu Robinson 12.

King Kekaulike 4 6 4 5–19

Lahainaluna 19 10 20 6–55

KAMEHAMEHA MAUI BOYS 49, MAUI HIGH 44

MAUI HIGH (44)

Efren Villon 10, DJ Sable 2, Rexie Butihi Jr. 4, Jojo Pacubas 13, Brycetyn Boco 0, Chey Higashiguchi 0, Fransver Castro 2, Michael Villon 0, Kevin Cacho 0, Keoki Agtaguem 0, Jayden Ramos 1, Kea Aguirre 6, Scott Magno 8.

KAMEHAMEHA MAUI (49)

Kahai Bustillos 0, Blayde Demello 10, Kaimana Gerard 7, Kamalu Segundo 15, Beau Ramos 0, Henry Miguel 0, Austin Peters 12, Ronson Iniba 0, Tiliti Adams 3, Taj Falconer 0, Michael Kalalau 0, Iverson Dudoit 0, Colton Luke 2.

Maui High 8 9 18 9–44

KS Maui 17 7 15 10–49

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MIL STANDINGS

BOYS

DIVISION I

W L Pct GB

x-Lahainaluna 10 0 1.000 —

Maui High 6 5 .545 4 1⁄2

Kamehameha Maui 5 5 .500 5

King Kekaulike 3 8 .273 7 1⁄2

Baldwin 2 8 .200 8

DIVISION II

W L Pct GB

Lanai 7 1 .875 —

Seabury Hall 7 1 875 —

Molokai 4 4 500 3

St. Anthony 3 5 .375 4

Hana 2 6 .250 5

Haleakala Waldorf 1 7 .125 6

x-clinched regular-season championship

Saturday’s Results

Lanai 64, Seabury Hall 60

Molokai 51, St. Anthony 25

Hana 44, Haleakala Waldorf 41

Lahainaluna 55, King Kekaulike 19

Kamehameha Maui 49, Maui High 44

Tuesday’s Games

Baldwin at King Kekaulike, 7 p.m.

Lahainaluna vs. Kamehameha Maui at Lahaina Civic Center, 7:30 p.m.

Thursday’s Games

Kamehameha Maui at Baldwin, 7 p.m.

Lahainaluna at Maui High, 7 p.m.

Friday’s Games

St. Anthony vs. Seabury Hall at War Memorial Gym, 7 p.m.

Haleakala Waldorf at Lanai, 7 p.m.

Hana at Molokai, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 3

Hana at Molokai, noon

Seabury Hall vs. St. Anthony at War Memorial Gym, 7 p.m.

Haleakala Waldorf at Lanai, 7 p.m.

D-I tournament play-in: Teams TBA, 7 p.m.

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