Categorized | Soccer, Sports

Boys Soccer: Kealakehe, Konawaena place

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor

Kealakehe had to settle for fourth place at the boys soccer state championships.

In Division I, No. 3 seed Kealakehe was dropped by No. 4 seed Kamehameha Schools Maui, 2-1.

The title game ended 3-2, with unseeded Kalani taking the state crown and No. 2 Punahou the runner-up.

In the consolation bracket, Hilo and King Kekaulike ended in a 1-1 tie, giving both teams a claim to seventh place.

In Division II, No. 1 Konawaena and No. 3 Kalaheo battled to a 0-0 tie to share third place.

Kapaa outlasted Mid-Pacific, 2-1, for the Division II state title.

Hawaii Preparatory Academy clobbered Farrington, 4-1, to take fifth place.

The tournament was played Feb. 7-9 at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex on Oahu.

Division I All-Tournament Team

F — Leo Klink, Kalani
MF — Micah Alo, Kamehameha-Maui
MF — Taylor Peter-Bibb, Punahou
MF — Keoni Yates, Kealakehe
D — Ian Matsukawa, Punahou
D — Noa Maxilom, Kalani
D — Delton Oki, Punahou
D — Steven Teshima, Kalani
GK — Devonte Llanes, Kamehameha-Maui
GK — Michael Stafford, Kalani
U — Kazuto Moribe, Kalani

Most Outstanding Player:
Leo Klink, Kalani

Division II All-Tournament Team

F — Daniel Alonzo, Kapaa
F — Michael Alonzo, Kapaa
F — Kepa Police, Hawaii Prep
MF — Tyler Allen, Mid-Pacific
MF — Harland-Blue Pierce, Mid-Pacific
MF — Joshua Cram, Kapaa
MF — Jhonah Felipe, Kalaheo
MF — Eshan Mehta, Mid-Pacific
D — Tanner Henry, Kapaa
D — Brandon Ho, Mid-Pacific
D — TJ West, Kapaa
GK — Coran Yamamoto, Konawaena

Most Outstanding Player:
Joshua Cram, Kapaa

— Find out more:





Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.