Mililani stops Pearl City 14-4 in girls water polo

Apr 12, 2012 | PC Sports


The Mililani Lady Trojans kept pace to challenge for an OIA Championship and a state championship berth after defeating Pearl City 14-4 in OIA Red Division Girls Varsity Water Polo played on Wednesday at the Veterans Memorial Aquatics Center in Waipio.The Lady Trojans improved their record to 8-1 overall in the second round (Bracket B) of the regular season. The Lady Chargers dropped to 4-5 (Bracket A) in league play. Mililani suffered their only loss of the season to Kahuku 11-8 on April 7th. Kahuku sits atop the Bracket A division at 8-0.

Mililani's Cassie Kawamata had a great performance after leading all scorers with 6 goals. Pearl City's Kylie Hong led the Lady Chargers with 2 goals.

The Lady Chargers will travel to Kaimuki High School on Saturday, April 14 to take on the Kalaheo Lady Mustangs. The match is scheduled for 2:00pm.

Go Lady Chargers!


@ Veterans Memorial Aquatics Center in Waipio

                             1   2   3   4      F

Pearl City (4-5)     3   0   1   0      4

Mililani (8-1)          6   2   3   3    14

                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Mililani's Cassie Kawamata and Pearl City's Kylie Hong battle it out in the second half of the Lady Trojans 14-4 win over the Lady Chargers on Wednesday at the Veterans Memorial Aquatics Center in Waipio. Kawamata (6) and Hong (2) led their tteams in goals scored.

                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Pearl City's #5 Jaquelynn Kim puts the ball past the Mililani goalie and into the back of the net for a score in the first period.

                                                       Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Cassie Kawamata scores a goal for the Lady Trojans that just makes it past the reach of Lady Chargers goalie Tiare Natividad.