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BIIF X-C Results from Waiakea

BIIF cross-country boys at Waiakea

BIIF cross-country boys at Waiakea

FINISH BIIF Cross-Country Boys    
  September 5, 2009      
  Waiakea High School      
           
  Individual Finish Sheet      
  113 Finishers     Time
No. Last Name First Name Team Min Sec
1 Brooks Daniel Keaau 17 49
2 Kaneshiro Tyde Hilo 18 11
3 Kuiper Johann Hilo 18 21
4 Halford Jackson Waiakea 18 22
5 White Shannon Keaau 18 27
6 Ray Billy Hilo 18 38
7 Andrade Jacob St. Joseph 18 39
8 Olsen Kevin Keaau 18 40
9 Michels Rick Hilo 18 44
10 Ho Kaulana Kamehameha 19 00
11 Chai Casey Kamehameha 19 05
12 Grotenhuis Jeremy Christian Liberty  19 07
13 Torrison Edward Hilo 19 13
14 Grotenhuis Jordan Christian Liberty  19 20
15 Edwards Jacob Ka’u 19 31
16 Katibah Matthew St. Joseph 19 32
17 Weiss Sai Hilo 19 39
18 Moylan Richard Christian Liberty  19 40
19 Clubbs James  Keaau 19 49
20 Correa Shawn Kamehameha 19 57
21 Scott Ka’imi Waiakea 19 58
22 Baker Saya Kamehameha 19 59
23 Umayas Samuel Keaau 20 07
24 Meguro Robbey Waiakea 20 31
25 Branco Brenden Hilo 20 34
26 Fratinardo John Kamehameha 20 35
27 Flaherty Noa Hilo 20 36
28 McAuliffe Stephen Waiakea 20 40
29 Bath Noah Waiakea 20 42
30 Pelletier Kyle Kamehameha 20 43
31 Andrada Shawn Keaau 20 44
32 Thomas Ryan Kamehameha 20 51
33 Koscik Chris St. Joseph 20 54
34 Memmer Luke Hilo 21 02
35 DuVoisin David Kamehameha 21 07
36 Taylor Daniel Hilo 21 08
37 Dudoit Marcus Hilo 21 09
38 Tanimoto Easten Kamehameha 21 18
39 Pavao Wayne Keaau 21 18
40 Wainwright William Hilo 21 29
41 DeRego Theodore Kamehameha 21 31
42 Langtry Andrew St. Joseph 21 32
43 Ly Wong Hilo 21 33
44 Cooper Owen Waiakea 21 37
45 Lum Ho Makaala Keaau 21 42
46 Alip Dylan Kamehameha 21 44
47 Haasenritter Kawika Kamehameha 21 46
48 Alviento Davin Keaau 21 49
49 Matias Greg Keaau 21 50
50 Rice Keone Waiakea 21 54

 

BIIF cross-country girls

BIIF cross-country girls

1 De Bourmont Shalila Hilo 21 21
2 Chock Kaitlyn Waiakea 21 40
3 Kobayashi Kelsie Waiakea 21 44
4 Kaneakua Bronte Kamehameha 21 56
5 Nishimura-Thornton Deann Keaau 23 03
6 Palermo Tracy Hilo 23 20
7 Kim Corin Kamehameha 23 27
8 Hill Lauren Waiakea 23 29
9 Carvalho Erin Kamehameha 23 34
10 Rapoza Kaylee Hilo 23 35
11 Yoshida Erin Waiakea 23 41
12 Lawrence Karina Hilo 24 05
13 Cooke Raycee Hilo 24 16
14 Hoside Alyssa Hilo 24 21
15 Wuscher Mary Jessica Keaau 24 26
16 Ikeda Jill Kamehameha 24 37
17 Shiroma Kalena Kamehameha 24 50
18 Delacruz Bree Hilo 24 56
19 Hagemann Natalie Keaau 24 58
20 Petner Emma Kamehameha 25 06
21 Chambless Kadey Hilo 25 08
22 Busek Jessica Waiakea 25 16
23 Cambra Taylor Christian Liberty 25 17
24 Friel Rebekah Kamehameha 25 30
25 Torigoe Katie Waiakea 25 53
26 Kurata Kortni Waiakea 26 20
27 Kodis Malio Waiakea 26 31
28 Pacheco Tiffany Kamehameha 26 44
29 Tong Makaiwa Kamehameha 26 55
30 Paulachak Nicole Waiakea 27 10
31 Kekauoha Esther Kamehameha 27 11
32 Cosma Shani Keaau 27 27
33 Sambrana Taquila Keaau 27 32
34 Pohina Noelle Kamehameha 27 36
35 Kryzka Kiana Kamehameha 27 39
36 DeRego Maggie Kamehameha 27 44
37 Minor Ajia Christian Liberty 27 50
38 Yoon Esther Waiakea 27 53
39 Nakamoto Shannon Christian Liberty 28 01
40 Chow Christina Keaau 28 05
41 Lum Christa Waiakea 28 08
42 Lerma Amanda Kamehameha 28 13
43 Mills Tiara Keaau 28 26
44 Kia Elizabeth Kamehameha 28 49
45 Miguel-Guerrero Janelle Keaau 29 06
46 Mandaquit-Arakaki Saydielyn Kamehameha 29 16
47 Lee Kainoe Kamehameha 29 36
48 Nakao Carissa Waiakea 29 37
49 Pohina Chantel Kamehameha 29 41
50 Kualii Chelsie Kamehameha 29 42
51 Wung Chelsie Waiakea 30 00
52 Barry Sarah Kamehameha 30 02
53 Dellaport- Fabian Munirah Pahoa 30 05
54 Bath Katrina Waiakea 30 22
55 Chingee Mariah Ka’u 30 34
56 Bisel Bethany Waiakea 30 49
57 Trainer Hannah Kamehameha 31 20
58 Burcena Karley Kamehameha 31 28
59 Kanuha Kahea Kamehameha 31 29
60 Lindsey Amanda Kamehameha 31 30
61 Fratinardo Michelle Kamehameha 31 31
62 Jones Robin Laupahoehoe 31 43
63 Shibuya Tiare Kamehameha 31 58
64 Carvalho Krystina Waiakea 32 49
65 Machida Jaci Kamehameha 33 47
66 Tong Welina Kamehameha 36 19
67 Pascual Stephanie Keaau 36 32
68 Beckley Alena Kamehameha 37 07
69 Mills Nalani Keaau 37 14
70 Morehead Britney Ka’u 37 44
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BIIF Boys X-C Results from Kealakehe – Robinson Wins!

Honokaa's best harriers - Josh Robinson/Chris Mosch

Honokaa's best harriers - Josh Robinson/Chris Mosch

Kealakehe HS Waveriders XC   Sept 5, 2009

1 Robinson, Josh  Honokaa 17:16.8
2 Mosch, Chris Honokaa 17:38.9
3 Hardie_Jordan, Dylan Makua Lani 17:50
4 Tsubota, Tyler Hawaii Prep 18:12
5 Sepulveda, Juan Kealakehe 18:15
6 Moniz, Chayce Honokaa 18:36
7 Meilke, Ethan Kohala 19:02
8 Johnson, Makoa Hawaii Prep 19:05
9 Mabuni, Brandt Makua Lani 19:05
10 Vandervoort, Devin Makua Lani 19:54
11 Haight, Spencer  Honokaa 20:16
12 Macy, Justin Hawaii Prep 20:18
13 Yoda, Ryota Hawaii Prep 20:48
14 Van Kirk, Tyler Hawaii Prep 20:55
15 Tobias, Josh Honokaa 20:56
16 Shiraki, Dylan Honokaa 20:57
17 Russell, Donald            Konawaena 20:58
18 Chock, Nicholas Hawaii Prep 21:00
19 Agusan, CJ Kealakehe 21:15
20 Matsuyama, Evan Kealakehe 21:16
21 Leblond, Devin Honokaa 21:21
22 Magoon, Carson Hawaii Prep 21:01
23 Severino, Michael Hawaii Prep 22:16
24 Lingenfelden, Elijah Makua Lani 22:27
25 Steele, Dylan Kealakehe 22:40
26 Kurihara, Kyle Kealakehe 22:47
27 Mah, Brandon Honokaa 22:49
28 Souza, Ethan Honokaa 22:59
29 Nishina, Aaron Hawaii Prep 23:16
30 Rodriguez-Cho, Haze   Kealakehe 23:25
31 Mabuni, Damian Makua Lani 24:24:00
32 Chavez, Joey Hawaii Prep 24:39:00
33 Nakamira, Tyler Makua Lani 24:41:00
34 Whalen, Paul Makua Lani 24:43:00
35 Kaiwi, Joshua Makua Lani 25:01:00
36 Allen, Gage  Makua Lani 25:07:00
37 Dong, Eric  Makua Lani 25:16:00
38 Correa, Hank Hawaii Prep 25:36:00
39 Dong, Andrew Makua Lani 25:39.1
40 Richards, Makala Honokaa 25:39.7
41 Cueresma, Jesse  Makua Lani 26:17:00
42 Heinicke, Kaimana Honokaa 26:48:00
43 Sanchez, Pedro    Honokaa 26:56:00
44 Poai, Po’okela Makua Lani 26:58:00
45 Matias, Riston  Honokaa 27:08:00
46 Shields, Masaki Makua Lani 27:48:00
47 Daugherty, Ross Konawaena 29:06:00
48 Keller, Gabe  Honokaa 29:07:00
49 Bailey, Loren  Konawaena 29:44:00
50 Stroupe, Dominic Honokaa 31:14:00
51 Campell, Joseph Makua Lani 31:47:00
52 Shaw, Anthony  Honokaa 36:24:00
  BOYS TEAM SCORING  
     
1st Honokaa 33
2nd Hawaii Prep 47
3rd Makua Lani 66
4th Kealakehe 92

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BIIF Girls X-C Results from Kealakehe – Greenwell wins Again!

Honokaa's Tia Greenwell win Kealakehe Meet

Honokaa's Tia Greenwell win Kealakehe Meet

Kealakehe High School XC Results Girls September 5, 2009

1 Greenwell, Tia  Honokaa 22:02
2 Oldfather, Athena Honokaa 22:14
3 Chop, Grace Makua Lani 22:42
4 Bianchi, Rachael Kealakehe 23:24
5 Van Mols, Kari Kealakehe 23:26
6 Osorio, Mary Jo Kohala 23:34
7 Mabuni, Alexis Makua Lani 23:45
8 Sabri, Roya Kealakehe 23:56
9 Mabuni, Angel  Makua Lani 24:01:00
10 Carlos, Monica Honokaa 24:04.3
11 Aguilar, Katie Honokaa 24:04.8
12 Evans, Emily Hawaii Prep 24:08:00
13 Ulrich, Melanie Hawaii Prep 24:08.5
14 Neal, Sam Hawaii Prep 24:09.1
15 Sims, Zoe Hawaii Prep 24:09.6
16 Scully, Hana Hawaii Prep 24:10.2
17 Danahue, Marie Hawaii Prep 24:10.6
18 Mardian, Daisy Hawaii Prep 24:11:00
19 Kruger-Burgress, Isla Kealakehe 24:22:00
20 Kishimoto, Kim Honokaa 24:29:00
21 Nakamura, Tiffany Makua Lani 24:59:00
22 McMullen, Cheyanne Kealakehe 25:16:00
23 White, Melissa  Hawaii Prep 25:18:00
24 Greenwell, Kelly Honokaa 25:19:00
25 Pautz, Whitney Hualalai  25:20:00
26 Mitchell, Somer Kealakehe 25:28:00
27 Mabuni, Lauren Makua Lani 25:30:00
28 Bell-Chase, Carissa Honokaa 25:55:00
29 Sohriahkof, Jade Hawaii Prep 26:04:00
30 Hono, Phoebe Hawaii Prep 26:18:00
31 Tamasese-Solomon, Malama Hawaii Prep 26:29:00
32 Smith, Saiam Kohala 27:01:00
33 Martin-Schatz, Svetlana Hawaii Prep 27:03:00
34 Mivata, Rachel Konawaena 27:19:00
35 Akai, Tsukasa   Hawaii Prep 27:26:00
36 Ninomiya, Risa Hawaii Prep 28:18:00
37 Kaiwi, Malia Makua Lani 28:22:00
38 Ricketts, Camille Konawaena 28:23:00
39 Davidson, Kayla Kealakehe 28:27:00
40 Osaka, Chiaki Hawaii Prep 29:34:00
41 Nakahara, Meimei Hawaii Prep 29:44:00
42 Fojas, Jasmine Hawaii Prep 31:23.0
43 Matsumura, Jenna Honokaa 31:23.3
44 Nishina, Kelsi Hawaii Prep 31:38:00
45 Ono, Emily Honokaa 33:08:00
46 Mulvaney, Mikenna Hawaii Prep 33:25:00
47 Lo, Sherri Honokaa 36:26:00
48 Pererra, Jade Honokaa 37:11:00
1st Honokaa 41
2nd Kealakehe 55
3rd Makua Lani 61
4th Hawaii Prep 65

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Michael Johnson – 7 Years of Perfection

Michael Johnson celebrates after his world record 19.32 seconds in the 200.  Usain Bolt of Jamaica ran a 19.19 in August

Michael Johnson celebrates after his world record 19.32 seconds in the 200. Usain Bolt of Jamaica ran a 19.19 in August

The first man to be ranked number one in the world at both 200m and 400m, Michael Johnson began dominating both events in 1990. Yet it was not until 1996 that he won an individual medal at the Olympics.

     Johnson was the overwhelming favorite to win the 200m at the 1992 Olympics, but he contracted food poisoning twelve days before the Opening Ceremony. He did not recover quickly and was eliminated in the semifinals. He did win a gold medal as a member of the U.S. 4x400m relay team.

    By the time of the 1996 Olympics, Johnson had won 54 straight finals at 400m and had not been beaten at that distance in seven years. He had no trouble in the Olympic final, winning by ten meters, the largest margin of victory in the event in 100 years. Three nights later, Johnson raced in the 200m final. At the U.S. Olympic trials, he had run a 19.66 to break the 17-year-old world record.

Undefeated in the 400 for 7 years
Undefeated in the 400 for 7 years

In Atlanta, he ran a phenomenal 19.32 to defeat Frank Fredericks of Namibia by four meters. In 1999, Johnson broke the 11-year-old 400m world record with a time of 43.18 seconds. He went to the Sydney Olympics in 2000 having won the 400m at the last four world championships. He won again in the Olympic final to become the first man to win the 400m twice. Finally, he anchored the U.S. 4x400m relay team to victory to bring his career gold medal total to five.

    Michael Johnson ranks as one of the best track & field athletes of all-time.

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