Secondary Schools Senior A roundup

One Tree Hill College and St Kentigern College are on a collision course to decide top spot on the Girl’s Senior A ladder – the two teams will meet next Friday in what should be an exciting game..

Both retained their unbeaten records in Round 6 but victories weren’t straight forward for either team.

In the game of the round One Tree Hill defeated Mt Roskill Grammar School 52-50.

OTH will be indebted to Angelica Vahai and Savannah Cook for preserving their unbeaten record as the pair scored all but eight of their team’s points.

Tikara Jallow and Bree Ioane lead the Mt Roskill response.

One Tree Hill 52 – Vahai 26, Cook 18, 

Mt Roskill 50 – Jallow 18 Ioane 15, Indiana Chanchui 8, Eden Ili 6

St Kentigern College also remain unbeaten –  a balanced scoring effort was topped by Masha Pavlenko and Shar Tapling.

For AGGS Mapuna Kohunui lead all scorers with 27 points, well supported by Leah Patuwairau.

AGGS 60 – Kohunui 27, Patuwairau 18, Grady Nikoia 13

St Kentigern 72 – Pavlenko 16, Tapling 15, Maia Bennett 14, Nerisa Vavau 10, Maia Mealamu 7

It was the Lizzy and Lucy show at Northcote College as the pair accumulated 44 points to ease their team to a 70-45 win against Avondale College.

Shiloh Caffery and Maraea Whiu were the leading Avondale scorers. 

Northcote 70 – Lizzy May 26, Lucy Shepherd 18, Brianna Hadley 9, Ella Carter-Mills 8

Avondale 45 – Caffery 16, Whiu 15, Daisy Ducloux 7

Pukekohe 54

Pakuranga 63

Senior A Standings

6-0 St Kentigern, One Tree Hill

4-2 Northcote

3-3 Mt Roskill 

2-4 Pakuranga

1-4 Pukekohe

1-5 Avondale 

0-5 AGGS

Boy’s Senior A Results

Mount Roskill are a perfect 6-0 after powering past Macleans College 107-67.

Mt Roskill 107

Macleans 67

Adam Davies and Matt Fautuaalii were the leading scorers for Sacred Heart in their convincing win over .

Sacred Heart 96– Davies 19, Fautuaalii 18, Josh Stewart 12, Tyler Wilson-Voyce 11, Liston Suasua 8

Massey 45– Oscar Dickson 11, Joseph Fuimaono 9, Peter Parker 7, Caleb Taulapiu

Northcote College strengthened their top-four credentials with a 93-82 home win over Avondale College.

Jimi Iosia-Sipeli and Aidan King for Avondale and Aaron Sievert and Dontaye Sowman-Faaee each enjoyed 20-point outings.

Northcote 93 – Sievert 28, Sowman-Faaee 26, Tom Bates 15, Shayan Poorekhorsandi 14

Avondale 82 – King 25, Iosia-Sipeli 22, Nathaniel Tivoli 10, Connor Gleeson 9

Aorere College beat Long Bay College 85-76.

Standings after 6 Rounds

6-0 Mt Roskill, 

5-1 Sacred Heart 

4-2 Aorere

3-2 Northcote 

2-4 Avondale, Macleans

1-5 Long Bay

0-5 Massey

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