HI-PAL/Hope Chapel basketball results 02-05-14

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Hawaiʻi Isle Police Activities League
Officer Randy Morris
326-4646 Ext. 2588


Media Release

On January 18-19, 208 youths participated in 92 games in the 26th Annual HI-PAL/Hope Chapel 3-on-3  Basketball Jam. Forty-nine teams from all over the island competed in good sportsmanship with a competitive spirit.

The top three teams in each division were given HI-PAL medals. The winners were:

  • 5/6 Division—NSP Gold, coached by Lawrence Kauka. Players: Layden Kauka, Samuel Emeliano, Kahiau Alcoran, Kalia Marquez, Royden Tabiolo, Jason Mandaquit Jr.
  • 7/8 Division—Keaukaha, coached by Jason Mandaquit. Players: Jason Mandaquit Jr., Jaety Mandaquit, Kawika Lions.
  • 9/10 Division—NSP, coached by Reeve Cazimero. Players: O’shen Cazimero, Koby Agbayani, Laakea Kauka, Jace Hoook, Legend Libron.
  • 11/12 Division—Shut D, coached by Benny Alcoran. Players: Shrew Talley, Howard Robert, Albert Freddy, Micah Hanohano, KJ Walker.
  • 12  & Under Girls Division—Stingrays, coached By Ryan Hanato. Players: Grace Hing, Caiyle Kaupu, Kianie Medeiros-Dancel, Tanniya Uchida.
  • 13/14 Division—Stingrays, coached by Ryan Hanato. Players: Michael Hanano, John Balo, Austin Ewing, Ka’anoi Kelekolio-Rivera.

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