BIIF girls basketball: Versatile and deep, Hilo showcases rare mix in beating Waiakea

  • Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald Waiakea's Avery Snyder looks to for room to maneuver Friday night.

  • Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald Hilo High's Veda Galima looks for a teammate to pass to Friday night during a 49-42 win at Waiakea.

  • KELSEY WALLING/Tribune-Herald Hilo's High's Keirstyn Agonias scored eight points Friday night in a 49-42 win against Waiakea.

  • KELSEY WALLING/Tribune-Herald Hilo High’s Alexa Meyer defends Waiakea’s Maya Kaneshiro on Friday night during the Vikings’ 49-42 victory.

It’s the first time in the Hilo girls basketball team’s long history that there has been three players who are prolific 3-point shooters like sisters Ayana and Alexa Meyer and Veda Galima. The Vikings have had talented players before who’ve played Division I college ball, but the roster has never been stocked with three long-range gunners like the Meyer sisters and Galima.