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BIIF Track & Field Officials Recognized

Pictured left to right: Dick Sutton, Keith Tolentino, Bob Martin, Kimo Weaver, Myron Isherwood, Iris McGuire, Tom Correa


    Dick Sutton, President of the Hawaii Association USA Track & Field, presented five Big Island Interscholastic Federation officials certificates for their contributions to the Hawaii High School Athletic Association State Track and Field championships held at Keaau in May 2009.  This was the first time that a State track meet was held on the Big Island.   

   Pictured are President of the Hawaii Association USA Track & Field  Dick Sutton, Honokaa’s Keith Tolentino, Kau’s Bob Martin, Kamehameha’s Kimo Weaver, Myron Isherwoon, Keaau’s Iris McGuire, and Waiakea’s Tom Correa. 

   Myron Isherwood, previously recognized as the State Official of the Year.

   Sutton also acknowledged the many people, behind the scenes, who made contributions to the state track & field meet held at Keaau last May.  Vicki Chai-Guerpo, Joel Peralto, Jaime Guerpo, Faith Nance, Randee Arkin Joseph, Curt Beck, Chris Drayer, Jordan & Ipo Rosado, Sherman Viernes, Sally Wilburn, George Ikeda, Jerry Lomongo and more made the first ever state track & field meet at Keaau a success.  Congratulations to all!

April 14, 2010 - Posted by | High School Track & Field | , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Even a year later, I am still telling people about how well organized the State track meet at Keaau was. At least for a fan (and 1966 state champ)of 50 years of Hawaii track and field, the meet appeared to be well run, on time and pleasant to watch. I especially appreciated the announcer who acted and sounded like a professional broadcaster. For this fan, it made the evening (and trials) move right along while empathizing with the coaches, athletes and other fans as there was no ambiguity in the flow of the events. Mahalo for being a great host.

    Comment by Dan Mayeda | May 1, 2010 | Reply

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