Bears, Seariders lead team standings after first day of Garner Ivey

Baldwin High School’s Billy Treu grabs hold of La Grande’s Cole Isaacson during their boys 145-pound quarterfinal match Friday at the Garner Ivey Maui Invitational Tournament at War Memorial Gym. Treu won 17-6. -- The Maui News / CHRIS SUGIDONO photo

The Baldwin High School boys wrestling team collected 88.5 points to take the lead in the team standings after Day 1 of the Garner Ivey Maui Invitational Tournament on Friday at War Memorial Gym in Wailuku.

The Bears have nine semifinalists, while second-place Lahainaluna (82 points) has eight, as does third-place Kamehameha Kapalama (79.5). La Grande of Oregon is in fourth place with 60 points, but has 10 semifinalists.

Girls team leader Waianae finished the day with 77 points and has 10 semifinalists. Second-place Lahainaluna (57) has six semifinalists and third-place Kamehameha Kapalama (49) has 10.

Semifinals start at 10:30 a.m. today at War Memorial. Finals are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

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Molokai’s Kelsey Lee Bicoy lifts Kapaa’s Danielle Santos during their girls 132 quarterfinal. Bicoy pinned Santos in 1:36. -- The Maui News / CHRIS SUGIDONO photo

GARNER IVEY MAUI INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT

Friday’s Team Standings

At War Memorial Gym

Boys–1. Baldwin 88.5, 2. Lahainaluna 82, 3. Kamehameha Kapalama 79.5, 4. La Grande (Ore.) 78, 5. Century (Ore.) 60, 6. Kamehameha Maui 47.5, 7. Waianae 31, 8. Kealakehe 31, 9. Kaiser 29.5, 10. Kalani 17, 11. Hana 16, 12. Molokai 16, 13. Aiea 15, 14. Mililani 11, 15. Maui High 9, 16. Kapaa 4, 17. King Kekaulike 3.

Girls–1. Waianae 77, 2. Lahainaluna 57, 3. Kamehameha Kapalama 49, 4. Molokai 36, 5. Kalani 28.5, 6. Baldwin 27, 7. Aiea 26, 8. Kaiser 15, 9. Kapaa 13, 10. Kealakehe 13, 11. Century (Ore.) 10, 12. King Kekaulike 7, 13. Leilehua 7, 14. Hana 3, 15. La Grande (Ore.) 3.

Derek Perez of Lahainaluna grabs hold of Kaiser’s Mason Yoshino during their boys match at 152. Perez pinned Yoshino in 3:08. -- The Maui News / CHRIS SUGIDONO photo

King Kekaulike’s Serenity Anderson looks to her coaches during her loss to Kamehameha Kapalama’s Kylee Bartholomew Tan in a girls 138 quarterfinal. -- The Maui News / CHRIS SUGIDONO photo

Hana’s Thomas Momoa grabs the leg of Kaiser’s Cole Cadinha in a boys 152 quarterfinals. Cadinha pinned Momoa in 4:38. -- The Maui News / CHRIS SUGIDONO photo

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