The Buffanblu now look to add one more win to their unblemished record against a familiar league foe.
The Warriors (19-3) are no stranger to postseason success under head
coach Chris Blake, and enter the title match with hopes of securing a
fifth consecutive state crown. However, Kamehameha—which swept past
Oahu Interscholastic Association champion Kahuku 27-25, 25-16, 25-20
behind 14 kills and three blocks from Talia Jardin in Friday’s other
semifinal contest at Radford High School—must find a way to defeat its
league nemesis after failing to do so in league play.
The Division II title game features a pair of ILH foes in Word of Life
and Hawaii Baptist. The squads enter Saturday’s title tilt off
semifinal sweeps of Molokai and Hilo, respectively. The match is
scheduled to get underway at 5 p.m. and will also be carried live by
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