The Kamehameha Schools Maui boys soccer team won its third consecutive game and moved within a point of first place in the Maui Interscholastic League Division I standings by defeating Hana 9-1 on Saturday in Hana.
Chandler Alo scored twice for the Warriors (5-1-0). Brennan Joaquin, Taylor Kaaukai, Daniel Quenga, Kona Dancil, Micah Alo, Nainoa Silva and Acer Pahukoa also had goals.
Makena Keiley scored for the Dragons (2-6-0).
Kamehameha has played one game less than first-place Lahainaluna, and defeated the Lunas on Tuesday.
* BALDWIN BOYS 4, MAUI HIGH 0: At Wailuku, four players scored for Baldwin, which won its fourth consecutive game.
The Bears got goals from Kailoa Akoi, Taylor Sato, Nick Lawrence and Austin Sajor and improved to 4-2-0.
|Kamehameha Maui 4, Hana 0|
|King Kekaulike 3, Seabury Hall 1|
|Baldwin 1, Maui High 1|
|St. Anthony at Seabury Hall, 4 p.m.|
|Saturday, Dec. 29|
|Maui High at King Kekaulike, 5 p.m.|
|Baldwin vs. Lahainaluna at War Memorial Stadium, 5 p.m.|
Kamehameha Maui 9, Hana 1
Baldwin 4, Maui High 0
King Kekaulike 4, Seabury Hall 1
Saturday, Dec. 29
Maui High at King Kekaulike, 5 p.m.
Baldwin vs. Lahainaluna at War Memorial Stadium, 5 p.m.
Maui High is 1-3-0.
* KAMEHAMEHA MAUI GIRLS 4, HANA 0: At Hana, Quinn Williams scored twice for the second consecutive day for Kamehameha Maui, which is one point out of first place.
Kaylee Correa and Jaelyn Takiguchi added goals for the Warriors (6-2-0), who trail Baldwin in the MIL standings - the Bears' only loss this season is to Kamehameha.
Hana fell to 2-6-0.
* MAUI HIGH GIRLS 1, BALDWIN 1: At Wailuku, Mary-Lynn Johannes scored for Maui High in the 43rd minute with a shot off the crossbar, and Shayna Yoshida tied the game for Baldwin in the 50th on a rebound of an Emilie Tarin shot.
The Sabers (4-1-1) have not lost since their season opener. The Bears (6-1-1) are unbeaten in their last four games.
* KING KEKAULIKE GIRLS 3, SEABURY HALL 1: At Pukalani, Mahina Ashdown-Deponte had a game-tying goal for King Kekaulike (5-1-0) in the 16th minute, Tyler Corpuz provided the go-ahead score in the 58th and Kayela Santiago added a goal in the 65th.
Nikki Musto assisted on Na Alii's first two goals.
Samantha Tuberville scored for Seabury Hall (1-4-1) in the 16th minute.