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By Tiffany Garrett

 

 

Senior Audrius Peciukas led the Sea Warriors with 25 points and 12 rebounds as he shot 8 for 8 at the free throw line and 50 percent from the field goal range. Seniors Donnell Dobbins and Rick Wilson both scored double figures, adding 20 and 13 respectively for HPU. As for Chaminade, Chris Reaves hit big for a game-high 37 points. Zack Whiting added 20 points, and helped the Silverswords climb to 9-3 in the PacWest Conference.

Chaminade had the lead in the first half after connecting on 71 percent of its field goals. Reaves dropped in 18 points, while Peciukas tallied 16 and the Sea Warriors were down by six at the half.
Dylan McCune’s three pointer gave Chaminade a quick start to begin the second half. With three minutes left in the game, HPU was down by 12, but two free throws by Dobbins cut the deficit to only 10. But Chaminade would not relinquish the lead, and held on for the 10-point victory.

After the game HPU’s Athletic Director Jill Ward and Head Coach Kelly Wells presented the five seniors with gifts honoring them in their last home game.

“ I’m kind of sad, the four years went by so fast, and this is a great season, and it seems like just yesterday I was just meeting the guys,” said senior Joseph Ison.

The Sea Warriors lost their last game of the season on March 3 to BYU-Hawai‘i 71-68, at the Cannon Activities Center in Laie. Peciukas led the squad with 19 points and Wilson grabbed 10 rebounds.

HPU ended its season with an overall record of 8-19, and 3-9 in the conference.
 

 

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