BIIF girls soccer: HPA battles through injuries, beats Kamehameha

Hawaii Prep's Alianna West (3) attempts a header in front of Kamehameha's Kaila Ambrosio during the first half of Saturday's BIIF Division II game at HPA. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)
Kamehameha's Nanea Wong Yuen and Hawaii Prep's Alianna West battle for the ball during the second half of Saturday's BIIF Division II game at HPA. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)
Hawaii Prep's Kahele Walsh clears the ball away from the net during the second half of a BIIF Division II game against Kamehameha on Saturday at HPA. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)
Kamehameha's Kaila Ambrosio (4) and Hawaii Prep's Jenna Perry (10) both go up for a header during the second half of Saturday's BIIF Division II game at HPA. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)
Hawaii Prep's Angela Cipriano goes for a header on a throw-in while blocking out Kamehameha's Saige DeMotta during the second half of Saturday's BIIF Division II match at HPA. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)
Kamehameha's Kaila Ambrosio (4) collides with Hawaii Prep's Alianna West during the second half of Saturday's BIIF Division II game at HPA. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)

WAIMEA — Despite battling through what seems like an endless string of injuries this year, the Hawaii Preparatory Academy girls soccer team continues to win despite every team in the BIIF gunning for them.