Pearl City sweeps past Nanakuli to win OIA DII Boys Volleyball Championship!

Apr 28, 2022 | PC Sports


Congratulationsto the Pearl City Chargers who swept the Nanakuli Golden Hawks tonight 25-21, 25-18, 25-19 to win the 2022 Oahu Interscholastic Association Division II Boys Volleyball Championship at a packed, loud, and spirited Jim Allegra Gymnasium at Radford High School

Keahi Kaheakua led the Champion Chargers with 12 kills, 2 aces and 3 digs. Fati Seei-Tofi scored 11 kills for the Chargers.

Nanakuli’s Makoa Kekaula Van Gieson led all scorers with 1 kills

The Chargers controlled the match from the first points scored with several players coming through with outstanding play throughout the three-set sweep against a Nanakuli Golden Hawk team that had beaten the Chargers during the regular season.

Chargers Head Coach Sean Chang

“I’m super proud of the guys. This really started at the beginning of the season when we started working out and we started getting this vision of where we could be at the end. The just came in everyday and did the work and this the result we got. We came in tonight a little shaky because we got beaten by them during the regular season so to go out and win the first set gave us a lot of confidence.

Tonight we had key players like Tylus (Williams) played ridiculous on defense, Christian (Ronquilio) great on setting, our two outside hitters, our middle did great, everybody just did well. I would like to thank my coaches, couldn’t have done it without them, and I want thank my players, without them we wouldn’t have this championship.”

OIA Champion Pearl City and OIA runner-up Nanakuli both move on to the HHSAA Division II Boys Volleyball Championships scheduled for May 5-7 at Kalani High School, St. Louis School and championship site TBA.



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Pearl City Chargers senior libero Tylus Williams proudly holds

the Chargers 2022 OIA DII Volleyball Championship plaque.

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Pearl City High School Athletic Director Reid Shigemasa

congratulates Ethan Long and also presented the Chargers

junior middle blocker with an official OIA Championship medal.

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Keahi Kaneakua led the Champion Chargers with 12 kills, 2 aces and 3 digs.



Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]