The Lahainaluna High School wrestling teams led the boys and girls standings after Friday's competition in the Maui Invitational Tournament at King Kekaulike gym in Pukalani.
In the boys competition, the Lunas had 130.5 points, 27 ahead of second-place Century (Ore.), with 10 wrestlers in the semifinals. Pac-Five (76 points) was third. King Kekaulike was fifth with 57.
The Lahainaluna girls had 60 points and nine semifinals. Baldwin was second in the team scoring with 33 points, one in front of Waianae.
The Lunas' boys semifinalists were Christian Balagso (108 pounds), Jansen Panlasigui-Domingo (114), Jerry Long (120), Kahi Tihada (130), Robert Campos (135), Bubba Jaramillo (140), Giovani Perez (160), Justin Taylor (171), Tyler Timko (189) and Connor Mowat (215).
The other semifinalists from the Maui Interscholastic League were Baldwin's Jahffrey Akina (114), Slayden Lloyd (120), Leroy Santos (135) and Danny Weld-Ebanks (189); King Kekaulike's Josten Saribay (108), Lorenzo Angel (130), Curtis Palmeira (135) and Aaron Alama (152); Maui High's Charles Johnston (171) and Desmond Day (275); Lanai's Jay Ballesteros (125); Kamehameha Maui's Andrew Kahalewai (152); and Molokai's Solomon Maliu (189).
In the girls competition, Lahainaluna's semifinalists were Diamond Freitas (101), Anika Pascual (105), Kaysha Saribay (109), Amber Kaaihue Falahee (113), Precious Jaramillo (125), Kaile Kron (125), Carly Jaramillo (135), Tekau Taamu (140) and Karina Arroyo-Haro (155).
The other MIL representatives in the semifinals were Baldwin's Raeana Anguay (125), Taylor Rabarra (130), Shayna Boteilo (135), Sarah Cordero (135), Hailey Namauu (175), Courtnie Taua (175) and Sydney Ibarra (220); King Kekaulike's Kyla Aruda (109), Jenna Mauliola (113) and Sheenia Fong (113); Lanai's Norlyn Cabonce (113), Traci Ige (117) and Megan Amby (175); Kamehameha Maui's Kiana Soloria (97), Esther Wallace (121) and Sheylin Patao (140); Hana's Christine Naihe (140); and Maui High's Supiesi Tongi (220).