Pearl City moves to 4-2 with 38-36 win over Kapolei

Jan 22, 2015 | PC Sports


Pearl City improved to 4-2 in Oahu Interscholastic Association Division 1 boys’ basketball after defeating Kapolei 38-36 on Wednesday at Pearl City High School.

Pierce McMoore and Garrett Kanamu both scored 10 points to lead the Chargers.

Kapolei's Jayson Manapul led all scorers with 12 points (four 3-pointers).

The Chargers came back in the second half, after trailing the Hurricanes 19-12 to end the first half, to outscore the Hurricanes 12-7 in the third period and 14-10 in the fourth period.

Both teams return to league play on Tuesday, January 27 with Pearl City hosting Waialua and Kapolei taking on Waipahu at home.




Kapolei — Jayson Manapul 12, 4-3PM, Dillon Pakele 10, Abdul-Kader Ziane 6, Koa Alvarado 5, T. Womack 3.

Pearl City — Pierce McMoore 10, Garrett Kanamu 10, Tylor Canon 9, 2-3PM, Gilbert Tapat 5, Sape Tupuola 2, Kasey Villalon 2.

@ Pearl City High School

                         1    2   3   4    F

Kapolei (1-5)       11   8   7  10   36

Pearl City (4-2)   5   7   12  14   38

JUNIOR VARSITY — Kapolei 43  Pearl City 38

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Pierce McMoore scored 10 points for the Chargers. McMoore is

pictured at the free throw line in the second period against Kapolei.

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Kapolei's Jayson Manapul gets on a hand on the basketball as Pearl City's

Garrett Kanamu attempts a shot in the first period. Kanamu was fouled on the

play and went to the line.Kanamu scored 10 points in the game for the Chargers.

Manapul led all scorers with 12 points on four 3-pointers for the Hurricanes.

Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Tylor Canon kept up his hot hand dropping 9 points with two 3-pointers for the Chargers.