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Kealakehe Girls Win State Team Title in Swimming


2010 HHSAA Local Motion Swimming & Diving Cha – 2/12/2010 to 2/13/2010Team Rankings – Through Event 24
Girls – Team Scores

Place School Points

1 Kealakehe High School KEAL 48
2 Punahou School PSC 43

3 Iolani School IOL 40

4 Waiakea High School WAIK 22

5 Lahainaluna High School LUNA 21

6 La Pietra School LP 12

7 Kapolei High School KAPO 10

8 Mililani High School MILI 9

9 Kaiser High School KAIS 7

9 Kamehameha Schools Maui KS-M 7

11 St. Andrew’s Priory SA 4

12 Maui High School MAUI 3

12 Hilo High School HILO 3

12 Kapaa High School KAPAA 3

12 Hawaii Baptist Academy HBA 3

16 Baldwin High School BALD 2

17 Le Jardin Academy LJA 1

17 Kamehameha Schools Kapalama KSK 1

17 Island Pacific Academy IPA 1


Boys – Team Scores

Place School Points

1 Punahou School PSC 63
2 Iolani School IOL 42

3 Hawaii Preparatory Academy HPA 41

4 Kamehameha Schools Kapalama KSK 16

5 Waiakea High School WAIK 14

6 Kealakehe High School KEAL 12

7 Seabury Hall SH 11

8 Pearl City High School PCHS 10

9 Mililani High School MILI 9

10 Kapolei High School KAPO 8

11 Baldwin High School BALD 7

12 HI School for the Deaf-Blind HSDB 4

13 Kaiser High School KAIS 1


February 13, 2010 Posted by | Swimming in Hawaii | | Leave a comment

HHSAA Names Chris Chun New Executive Director

The Hawaii High School Athletic Association is pleased to announce the hiring of  Christopher T. Chun as its next Executive Director.   Chun has spent the last seven years as a licensed, practicing attorney in the State of Hawaii, the last six with the law firm of Lyle S. Hosoda & Associates.   Chun’s involvement with high school athletics dates back to Iolani High School, where he graduated in 1992.   Chun is also a graduate of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, has a Master’s Degree from Chaminade University of Honolulu, and a Juris Doctorate of Law from the William S. Richardson School of Law.   Chun has spent the last five years serving as general counsel for the Oahu Interscholastic Association as well as assisting the HHSAA with various legal matters.

 Chris  Chun issued the following statement:

 “I am grateful for the opportunity the Hawaii High School Athletic Association has provided me to serve as Executive Director.  Growing up, being educated, playing sports, living, and working in Hawaii has made me realize how important high school sports and education is to our community.  I believe that a large part of the success that the HHSAA has enjoyed is based upon the stability and continuity that Mr. Keith Amemiya, the HHSAA Executive Board, athletic directors, and member schools have provided.  I look forward to helping the HHSAA continue this success as well as possibly exploring the following:  expansion, preseason tournaments, practice guidelines, travel subsidies, uniform officiating, and added education programs.  I recognize that these are trying economic times, but I look forward to long and lasting success with the assistance of all involved as the HHSAA continues to shape and contribute to the welfare of all student athletes in the state of Hawaii. ”

February 13, 2010 Posted by | Profiles | , , , , , | Leave a comment