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Spartans Face HPA in Semis of Div. II Tourney

February 21, 2014, 6:36 AM HST
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logo-2014-basketballBy Rodney S. Yap

Cameron King scored a game-high 26 points to lead Seabury Hall to a 58-55 victory over Damien in Thursday’s Division II quarterfinal action of the Hawaiian Airlines Boys Basketball Championships on Oahu.

At Kaimuki Gym, the Spartans trailed by six points at halftime, 39-33, but managed to outscore the Monarchs 10-7 in the third period and 15-9 in the final frame to extend their unbeaten win streak to 15 games (15-0). Jackson Stinger added 13 points for the Maui Interscholastic League Division II champions.

Seabury Hall will face unseeded Hawaii Prep in today’s second semifinal at Kalani High School, beginning at 7 p.m. The first semifinal at 5 p.m. will pit Kalani and Kohala.

Hawaii Prep advanced by upsetting No. 2 Kaiser, 44-41. Hide Akai and Justin Gecas scored 13 points apiece to lead HPA, which outscored the Cougars 13-4 in the fourth quarter.

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In Thursday’s other quarterfinal games, Kalani stunned defending champion and top-seeded Saint Francis, 54-41, while No. 4 Kohala routed Kauai, 71-56.

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No. 3 SEABURY HALL 58, DAMIEN 55

Damien              22     17     7      9  – 55

Seabury Hall     24      9     10   15  – 58

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Damien: Kobe Ikari 23, James Roy 13, Jaylen Layco 14, Ernie Kornya IV 0, Aaron Miyahira 0, Linden Quintal 0, Bransen Apao 0, Ezekiel Naum 0, Rocklen Mori 5.

Seabury Hall: Cameron King 26, Paxton Malek 0, Duncan Harrisson 0, Nyck Yashiro 4, Jordan Haylor 3, Rip Pahukoa 6, Bryce Barbier 6, Jackson Stinger 13.

Three point goals: Damien (6) – Ikari 5, Roy 1; Seabury Hall (4) – King 3, Haylor 1.

Boys Basketball - Division II Bracket - Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA)

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