The Molokai girls basketball team continued to steamroll through the Maui Interscholastic League this past weekend. After blowing out St. Anthony in the MIL home openers last weekend, the Farmers extended their league record to 4-0 with two victories over Lanai at home at the Barn.
On Friday night Molokai thumped Lanai 69-12. Danna-Lynn Hooper-Juario led all scorers with 20 points followed by Kalei Adolpho with 18 points.
Lanai girls had a far more productive game on Saturday, putting up more than twice as many points. But it wasn’t nearly enough against the high-powered Molokai team, as the Farmers won again, this time by a score of 64-27. Hooper-Juario scored 19 and Adolpho put up 10 in the victory. Lanai’s Anela Granito-Wallace scored 14 points.
In wrestling, Lahainaluna won eight individual titles in a Saturday MIL tournament in Pukalani.
Like last week, Kevin Dudoit at 135 pounds and Charisse Manley at 130 pounds were champions for Molokai in their weight classes. Molokai’s Mikayla Pico was also champion at 98 pounds.
Also placing in the tournament for Molokai were, for the boys, at 120 pounds Kailen Inouye, second; at 125 pounds Paul Valdez, third; at 130 pounds Simon Blair, second; at 152 pounds Delfin Corpuz, second; at 160 pounds Darius Caparida, fourth; 189—2 . Jason Akaka, finished second at 189 pounds and at 215 pounds Daylen Spencer-Basa finished second while Brennan Lee-Namakaeha placed fourth.
For the Farmer girls in wrestling, at 120 pounds Louisa Torres-Umi finished second while Michal Torres-Umi placed fourth; at 125 pounds Kaulanarose Akaka, finished second; and at 155 pounds Larriley Rawlins finished third; and Chelsie Davids placed second at 175 pounds.
Also over the weekend, the Molokai girls soccer team dropped its record to 0-12 with a 5-0 loss to Maui High in Kahului.