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The first week of games in the 2016 Hawaii College Basketball Summer League is complete, and there already appears to be separation in the standings.

Hawaii College Summer League action at Manoa Valley District Park, Honolulu, HI on July 14 2015. Photo: Brandon Flores.

Electricians Hawaii is 3-0, and scored a season-high 133 points in a 133-96 victory over National Fire Protection Co. on Saturday night at Manoa Valley District Park Gym. Electricians Hawaii has now won 15 consecutive games, including a 12-0 run to last year’s league championship.

Chosen Few is 2-0, and will play three games this week, including an early showdown for first place against Electricians Hawaii on Thursday.

The current individual scoring leaders are an example of the age diversity on display in the league. Geremy Robinson, who played for the University of Hawai’i from 1998-2000, is leading the league in scoring with 30.3 points per game. Chance Kalaugher, a 2016 graduate of Kaiser High School, is averaging 25.7 points per game.

Some of the players from the current UH roster are expected to start participating in Summer League games after the 4th of July weekend.

The Summer League will continue this week with games on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Manoa Valley District Park.

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Current records
Electricians Hawaii 3-0
Chosen Few 2-0
Grantco Pacific 2-1
Wealth Strategy Partners 1-2
Clark Hatch Fitness 0-2
National Fire Protection Co. 0-3

2 Comments

  1. A pair of senior citizens professional.

    Trying hard to score 55 poits a game and, live to 55-years lod!

  2. The quality of the summer league is pretty poor compared to the mainland. Lots of guys who didn’t play at a high level in college and lots of guys way past their prime. I know it’s tough since the pool of players in Hawaii are small, but it seems that some guys would be better off staying on the mainland and playing against better competition.

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