Na Alii down Warriors

Namahana Kaeo-Young scored 14 points to lead the King Kekaulike High School girls basketball team to a 48-28 win over Kamehameha Maui on Friday night in Pukalani.

Leading by two at halftime, Na Alii outscored the Warriors 18-7 in the third quarter to pull away and improve to 3-0 in Maui Interscholastic League play.

Kuumakalehiwa Ruidas had 12 points for the Warriors (0-2).

KING KEKAULIKE (48)

Cailyn Ukida 7, Lauren Albrecht 0, Charlie Abreu 8, T.C. Pahukoa 6, Namahana Kaeo-Young 14, Anna Lee Peters 0, Heather Pease 5, Kreyajan Pahukoa 3, Kamalani Puu 2, Kaila Purdy 3, Aliyah Ah You 0.

KAMEHAMEHA MAUI (28)

Kuumana Bailey 0, Makamae Kaili-Kramer 2, Meleani Sjostrand 0, Tatiana Soon 1, Alyssia Fernandez-Ruiz 2, Logan Spencer 4, Alaura Estrella 2, Mikiala Sniffen 5, Kuumakalehiwa Ruidas 12.

King Kekaulike (3-0) 10 6 18 14–48

KS Maui (0-2) 8 5 7 8–28

SEABURY HALL 51, LANAI 22

Seabury Hall (1-0) 22 4 10 15–51

Lanai (0-1) 4 11 1 6–22

High scorers–Seabury Hall: Ameera Waterford 14, Brittlay Carillo 13, Anaulei Tuivai 10, Pio Tuivai 8. Lanai: Arriana Maltezo 10.

MOLOKAI 44, HANA 9

HANA (9)

Deisia Lind-Kaina 0, Ka’ala Kalalau 1, Sili’ilagi Moeai 0, Tyra-Li Perry 0, Shasta Kalalau 4, Clara Asay 0, Tracey Sinenci 2, Shaylee Roback 2, Moani Kahana 0

MOLOKAI (44)

Kaualea Helm 8, Kawena Davis 2, Jordyn McCutcheon 11, Cahl Horner 2, Saije Aiana 3, Cami Horner 4, Lia-Chae Myer 6, Kaitlin DeRouin 8, Alaijah Pastrana 0.

Molokai (1-0) 12 14 15 3–44

Hana (0-1) 5 2 2 0– 9

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