Lady Chargers Win its 2nd consecutive OIA Varsity Girls Wrestling Championship

The Pearl City Lady Chargers pulled of a repeat on Saturday to win their second consecutive OIA Varsity Girls Wrestling Championship at Leilehua High School. The Lady Chargers dominated the competition by compiling 177 points to second place Waianae High School’s 128 points.

Lady Chargers OIA Champs

Pearl City scored points in 10 of 14 weight divisions with five Lady Chargers winning individual championship titles.

107 lbs. Breanna Takaesu

111 lbs. Sarah Alegria

123 lbs. Asia Lien Evans

132 lbs. Kaimiloa Evans

157 lbs. Janelle Fuamatu

Girls Team Standings – Top 5

1. Pearl City 177   2. Waianae 128   3. Radford 88   4. Kapolei 84.5   5. Kahuku 83.6

How Chargers finished in their weight divisions:

 99 Lbs.     Kristin Roche             6th

103 Lbs.    Rachel Tolentino       5th

107 Lbs.    Breanna Takaesu     1st

111 Lbs.    Sarah Alegria             1st

115 Lbs.    Xandria Ford              2nd

119 Lbs.    Joen Tominaga         3rd

123 Lbs.     Asia Lien Evans       1st

132 Lbs.    Kaimiloa Evans        1st

137 Lbs.    Netanya Kang            3rd

157 Lbs.    Janelle Fuamatu      1st

Photo by Barry Villamil |

Pearl City’s Sarah Alegria captured the 111 lbs. title on points after dominating Leilehua’s Nakia James.
Photo by Barry Villamil |

Sarah Alegria receives a congratulatory hug from her coach after winning the 111 lbs. championship title.

The Chargers Girls and Boys teams head off to the HHSAA Chevron State Wrestling Championship Tournament scheduled for Friday and Saturday, March 1-2 at Blaisdell Arena.