On Jan. 5, Kalani Girls Varsity played Kaimuki on their court. Kalani won with a large gap of 37. The final score was 69-32.
Kalani started with the lead, scoring 15 points in the first quarter. In the second quarter, Kalani scored 31 points, bringing the gap to 32.
Star player Kamalu Kamakawiwo’ole scored a whopping 31 points. Kamakawiwoole took control of this game after sitting out for two weeks due to a nose injury.
“We used the plays that we normally do, cutting and driving,” Kamakawiwoole said.
The second-highest scoring player, Kalena Halunajan, scored 12 points this game.
“The game was good and I’m glad that we won,” Halunajan said.
All of the players were happy with the game outcome and most of them were happy with how well they played.
“Kaimuki was the best game that we played,” Kamakawiwo’ole said. “I played really aggressive that game, so that’s why it was my favorite game.”