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Summer League semifinals set for Thursday

Wealth Strategy Partners and Chosen Few advanced to the semifinals of the Hawai’i College Basketball Summer League playoffs on Tuesday night.

Wealth Strategy Partners – playing without top player Julian Sensley – defeated Clark Hatch Fitness, 102-85, in a quarterfinal game on Tuesday at Manoa Valley District Park Gym.


Chosen Few defeated Grantco Pacific, 103-87, in the other quarterfinal game.

The top two seeds from the regular season – undefeated Electricians Hawaii and runner-up National Fire Protection Co. – received byes into the semifinals.

Rashaun Broadus (Mililani / Brigham Young) scored 24 points and his brother William Broadus (Wai’anae / Western Nebraska) added 23 points to lead Wealth Strategy into the semifinals.

Leon Ballard (Chaminade), who is the Summer League’s leading scorer, scored 36 points for Clark Hatch Fitness. Former University of Hawai’i forward Phil Martin added 16.

In the other semifinal, Kyle Pape (‘Iolani / Colorado School of Mines) scored 29 points and former UH point guard Jace Tavita added 22 to lead Chosen Few to victory.

Former UH guard Geremy Robinson scored 28 points for Grantco Pacific, which won the Summer League championship last year.

No current UH players participated on Tuesday night.

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The semifinal games are set for Thursday night at Manoa Valley District Park. Both games will be televised live on Olelo TV (Oceanic channel 49).

The semifinal winners will meet for the championship on Saturday night at Maryknoll School.

Tuesday’s results
Chosen Few 103, Grantco Pacific 87. Top scorers: CF–
Kyle Pape 29, Jace Tavita 22, Matt Ching 19, John Lane 14. GP–Geremy Robinson 28, Sean Caddell 23, Pi’i Minns 19, Kaleb Gilmore 11.

Wealth Strategy Partners 102, Clark Hatch Fitness 85. Top scorers: WSP–Rashaun Broadus 24, William Broadus 23, Derrick Gordon 17. CHF–Leon Ballard 36, Phil Martin 16, John Avila 12.

Thursday’s semifinal games
6 p.m. —
National Fire Protection Co. vs. Wealth Strategy Partners
7:30 p.m. — Electricians Hawaii vs. Chosen Few


  1. What happened to Valdes?

  2. Aaron is good. Practices and workouts are a lot more intense it seems and the guys are also helping with the clinic this week. They all have a lot on their plate this summer. We are all looking forward to the upcoming season.

  3. Kyle Pape lighting it up.

  4. Thank you for the update TriveVx4!! It is good to hear that Aaron is good and the team is working hard. I just hope the team is not working too hard right now and they don’t wear themselves out. Summer should be a time for work and fun and I was hoping the guys would show up and get some bragging rights in the Summer league playoffs.

  5. TribeVx4:

    hope Aaron stays healthy, not too many big bodies this year. I guess Aaron, Canda, Fleming, Bobbitt, will have to hit the boards for rebounds.
    This year’s team tons of guards. I counted at least 9 possibly 10..

  6. I’m glad to hear that the summer workouts are very challenging. I think people are getting too hung up on height within the roster. I’m not saying we are VCU but they started a 6’6″ center last year. My point is that good coaches will be creative and will allow us to still be successful regardless of height on the roster. We do have two 6’11” players and a 6’8″ player so although thin we still have some size. I’d rather have a team of “players” then a roster of height that just looks good on paper.

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