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Hilo to Volcano 50K Individual Results

Big Island Road Runners
Hilo to Volcano 50k Ultramarathon / Relay
January 22, 2011
Volcano, Hawaii
6:00 am / 6:30 am
Individuals         Pace
Plc Name Division   City, State Time (min/mi)
1 Daniel Hodel <<< Overall >>>   Kailua-Kona, HI 4:22:36 8:27
2 Ryun Carver <<< Overall >>>   Kailua-Kona, HI 4:47:00 9:14
3 Staci Studer <<< Overall >>> F Kailua-Kona, HI 4:59:47 9:39
4 Nick Muragin <<< Overall >>>   Ninole, HI 5:05:41 9:50
5 John Lyle ++ Master ++   Volcano, HI 5:06:52 9:53
6 Doug Andrews Open   Kailua-Kona, HI 5:07:34 9:54
7 Timm Vedder ** Military **   Waipahu, HI 5:10:05 9:59
8 Amy Ray-McWhinney <<< Overall >>> F Keaau, HI 5:20:35 10:19
9 Fumitaka Hatanaka Master   New York, NY 5:26:27 10:30
10 Tanya Gusarchuk <<< Overall >>> F Kailua-Kona, HI 5:28:45 10:35
11 Susan Larsen ++ Master ++ F Ogden, UT 5:29:40 10:37
12 Mason Akers Open   Hilo, HI 5:43:51 11:04
13 Sally Marrack Master F Hilo, HI 5:44:34 11:05
14 Brian Yannutz Open   Hilo, HI 5:57:21 11:30
15 Heather Howells Master F Laie, HI 5:58:06 11:32
16 Victor Eisen Master   Pahoa, HI 6:14:09 12:03
17 Bryan Green Open   Hilo, HI 6:31:16 12:36
18 Anna Abdul Open F Kurtistown, HI 6:34:42 12:42
19 Stan Fortuna Master   Hilo, HI 6:46:19 13:05
20 Filiesha LeRand Master F Volcano, HI 7:27:06 14:23
21 Les Martisko Master   Pepeekeo, HI 7:34:03 14:37
22 Morgen Bahurinsky Master F Hilo, HI 7:39:36 14:48
23 Rick Otani Master   Hilo, HI 7:45:32 14:59
24 Laurence Macon Master   San Antonio, TX 7:53:33 15:15
25 Mike Brooks Master   Danville, ME 8:41:14 16:47
26 Jeffrey Vieyra Master   Lafayette, CA 8:43:05 16:50
27 Walt Prescott Master   Decatur, GA 8:45:01 16:54
28 Frank Bartocci Master   Rochester, MN 8:49:29 17:03
29 Jim Simpson Master   Huntington Beach, CA 8:55:09 17:13
30 Lee Collins Master F Hilo, HI DNF  
31 Allan Couch Master   Kingsport, TN DNS  
32 Edmund Loy Open   Honolulu, HI DNS  

January 25, 2011 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mello-Waiwaiole Sisters Leaving Mark on Mat for Ka’u

Leah, Keani, & Elena

Sisters Leah, Keani and Elena Mello-Waiwaiole have been working hard for the Kau wrestling team during the Big Island Interscholastic Federation season.

Keani is the defending BIIF champion in the 220 weight division, a title that she won last year as a freshman.

“My father, Donald Mello, talks about wrestling and teaches us the moves in the living room of our house,” Keani said.  “He graduated from Pahoa in 1992 where he was on the wrestling team and my mom, Stephanie Waiwaiole, was the team statistician.”

The Mello-Waiwaiole family has become well known in the wrestling community where all three sisters, including an up and coming eighth grader continue the ohana tradition.

“I like wrestling and I like to win,” Keani said. 

This past Saturday the Trojan grapplers were on the mat at Hilo High trying to hold their own during East Side competition.

Keani wasted no time in her first two matches of the day pinning Hilo’s Kawehi Housman during the first period and later making fast work out of Viking Sharon Manaarpac for another early round pin.

“She was too small,” Keani said after her second win of the day.  “They, meet officials, mixed the 175 weight division with the 220 so that we could have some matches.”

Keani’s strength and size was no match for her opposition as she quickly overpowed her opponents for quick victories.

Sisters Elena, 125 pounds, and Leah, 140, weren’t as fortunate as they were on the receiving end of pins.

“I still need to work on my moves and how to get off my back,” Leah said after dropping a match to Hilo’s Hillary Luna.

Elena, an experienced senior, quickly learned what she is lacking in the contact sport.

“I should have been faster and I need to be able to think faster,” Elena said.  “I still need to learn to wrestle smarter and after each match I need to move my focus to my next opponent.”

Despite the loss Elena still maintains a winning season record of 8-5 and has high hopes of making the top three during the BIIF championships and a ticket to the state championships.

“Me and my sisters are not shame and people know us in Kau as the girls that hunt,” Elena said.

The youngest of the Mello-Waiwaiole sisters, Leah, had a lot of praise for her families sport.

“I like wrestling because of my dad and because I can put all of my anger into this sport,” Leah said.  “I know I still need to work on my moves and how to get off my back.”

Trojan coach Kevin Rence has been out in Kau teaching wrestling, something that he learned growing up in Michigan during his high school days on the mat.

“I’m having fun and we’re starting to build a program out in Kau,” Rence said.  “It would be great if we could get a female coach to help teach the moves to these girls as I will usually demonstrate the technique on our only boy wrestler beforehand.”

Rence also needs to contend with outdated wrestling mats, made in the 1950’s, which are too small and difficult at times to work on, according to the coach.

“One of my biggest challenges is to try and raise money so that we can take some of these girls to states next month as I know we’ll have one or two qualifying,” he said.

Pat & Patrick Enos

On the boys side of the mat it was the Enos brothers from Waiakea showing their stuff.

Pat and Patrick Enos has become a workhorse dynamo for the Warriors as Patrick, a senior, competes in the 152 divisions and Pat, a sophomore, at 145.

According to Pat Enos he is one of only a few wrestlers in the BIIF that has gone undefeated during the regular season including matches that he had in the higher weight class.

“I still need to work on my conditioning,” Pat said.  “I have high goals of winning both the BIIF and state championships at 145 and then making the Hawaii team that goes to Nationals.”

During his first match of the day Pat Enos took on Pahoa standout Jake Torres and managed to get him in a Zealand move whereby he flipped the Dagger, using his hips for a second round victory.

Patrick, who sat out last season with a broken collar bone, is close to finishing his first full season with the Warriors.

“My coach told me that I have a really good chance of winning BIIF’s and at doing well during the state championships,” Patrick said.

“My only losses this season has come from Hilo’s Jens Beets and I know that I have to beat him if I’m going to win the BIIF title at 152,” he said. “I still need to work on my escapes and on my take down reversals.”

At Hilo gym Beets and Enos matched up again with the same outcome.  Enos lead on points during the second period before Beets pinned him with just three seconds remaining.

“I need to practice harder and I need to go in with a game plan,” Patrick said of his loss to Beets.

The BIIF wrestling regular season concludes this Saturday with all schools meeting at Keaau starting at 10 am.  The BIIF championships will be held on Feb 5 at Konawaena.

January 25, 2011 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Kamehameha-Hawaii star, Jayce Carvalho, signs with HPU

Proud Carvalho family, Sandy, Jayce and Dave

Hawaii Pacific Signs Three Ball Players including a BIIF star outfielder

Hawaii Pacific University recently announced the signing of three players for the 2012 season.  The Sea Warriors have inked Jayce Carvalho, Sam Cooke and Tre Halburton-Goes according to the University’s Athletic Department.

During last season’s Big Island Interscholastic Federation Carvalho led Kamehameha School-Keaau to the Division II as an outfielder earning First Team All-League recognition.

Carvalho guided Kamehameha to a state runner up finish and was named to the Hawaii High School Athletic Association All-Tournament Team.

Carvalho with HPU head coach, Garett Yukumoto

Joining Carvalho at HPU next year will be Haliburton-Goes from St. Louis High School.  Last year Haliburton-Goeas helped the Crusaders to the Interscholastic League of Honolulu title championship and a semi final appearance in the HHSAA Division I Tournament.

Halburton-Goeas is expected to pitch for the Sea Warriors.

Joining the Halburton-Goeas and Carvalho will be Sam Cooke from Manchester College in Connecticut.

Cooke is expected to help the HPU pitching core and brings with him some collegiate experience as he made his debut with the University of Rhode Island Rams in 2010, pitching three consecutive scoreless innings against Fordham, Quinnipiac and Massachusetts.

HPU begins it baseball season with an Alumni game on February 5, before opening the regular season with a four-game series against Patton University starting on Friday, Feb. 11.

Last season the Sea Warriors set a new school record by posting a total of 39 wins and advancing to its first ever NCAA Regional.

January 24, 2011 Posted by | Baseball | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Nahale’s Lifestyle Changes Nets 140 pound weight loss

Charles Nahale

One of the biggest health issue facing Americans today is that of obesity.  Many of us are blessed with abundance and it is easy to overindulge and our busy schedules allow us to make excuses not to exercise.

As we age our metabolism slows and added pounds begin to stick to our bodies as we get larger and larger.

For Charlie Nahale the mixture of added job responsibilities and family demands coupled with his love for food began to show within a few years as he went from 235 pounds to 350 pounds.

“My health issues began many years ago when I gave up sports and began coaching,” Nahale said.  “My huge appetite continued, but my exercise regiment diminished.”

Nahale grew up in Kona, on a coffee farm in Captain Cook, the eldest of seven children.

“Growing up on a farm with a large family required a lot of cooperation and shared responsibilities,” he said.

The Nahale family grew coffee and bananas and raised cows, pigs, rabbits, ducks and chickens to supplement their income.

“It took a lot of negotiating and help from my brothers and sisters to free up some time for me so that I could play sports,” Nahale said.

During his youth Nahale played on the Parks & Recreation Pirates Basketball team and in high school play junior varsity basketball for Coach George Yoshida.

“I ran track and did the high jump, shot put, discus and the long distance relay races,” he said.

By 9th grade Nahale began lifting weights so that he could play football and ended up on the Wildcat team for all four years.

“In 1971, during my senior year, we (Konawaena) won our first Big Island Interscholastic Federation Football Championship,” he said.

Nahale continued his education by enrolling at Hawaii Community College in the Police Science Program.

“I wanted to become a Police Officer for two years so that I could qualify for a Fish and Game Warden position and make that my career,” Nahale said.

Throughout his early career Nahale stayed active and in great shape as he participated in a variety of sports programs and even played a few years of Semi-Pro Football.

In 1981 his dream came through as he accepted a position with the State Department of Conservation Enforcement Division as a Conservation Officer.

“I gave up playing sports and dedicated my time to coaching my sons, baseball and basketball teams,” Nahale said.

In 1984 Nahale was approached by members in the community asking for help in reorganizing the Kona Marlins Pop Warner Football Association.  With the help of several key members of the community they managed to get the Marlins Pop Warner football team off and running.

Nahale served as the President of the Kona Marlins Association until he was elected Vice President of the Big Island Pop Warner Conference in 1989 and the following year found himself as League President which he continues to serve in today.

Nahale retired as a Conservation Officer in 2008 and found that his years of excess and lack of exercise had led to him tipping the scales at 450 pounds with the diagnoses of borderline high blood pressure, morbid obesity and arthritis in his right hip.

“I had tried many weight loss programs and I seemed to gain back the weight I lost and then some,” he said.  “Being a musician and coming from a large family I am constantly surrounded by an abundance of delicious food.  I felt helpless, without the willpower to stick to a diet.”

Nahale ‘s weight became a burden and he had pain in his back and in his legs.

“I couldn’t walk much without resting and getting off my feet,” he said.  “I was limited in places I could go because of my size so I decided that I needed to get surgical help to address my weight and health issues.”

Nahale opted to get a gastric bypass and had three-fourths of his stomach removed.

“I had the procedure done this past May and have lost over 140 pounds as I continue to lose weight,” he said.  “My blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels have returned to normal and I plan to have a hip replacement surgery in a few months so that I can return to some form of physical exercise in my quest for a healthier and more fulfilling life.”

For Nahale life had gotten so busy that he was sidetracked from staying active and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  There are many people just like Charlie Nahale who feel helpless and trapped with health and weight issues.

“Life gets so busy and everyday zips by as we are working and have bills to pay, with family needs to tend to,” Nahale said.  “I chose Medical Intervention because of my failed attempts to lose my weight on my own and my increasing health issues.”

Nahale recognized that he had a serious health issue and did something to help conquer his growing fears.

“My health is getting back on track and I feel great and thankful each and every day,” he said.  “I hope to inspire others who are faced with these same issues to seek medical help or speak to someone who has gone through the same trials.”

January 24, 2011 Posted by | Health and Fitness | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

BIIF Swimming & Diving Results – Top 3 – Jan 22, 2011

BIIF Swimming & Diving – 1/8/2011Results – Day 1

  #1 Women 1 mtr Diving    BIIF LEAGUE: 224.85# 1986 Lane Pogue

1 Fratinardo, Cassidy KS-H 121.70  2 Ka’aihili, Healani KS-H 39.25

 #2 Men 1 mtr Diving BIIF LEAGUE: 195.30# 1984 Michael Aki

1 Michael, Duncan 16 HPA-HI 211.31#

  #3 Women 200 Yard Medley Relay BIIF LEAGUE: 1:49.95# 2002 WAIK

J. Bartolome, C. Kaapu-Lyons, N. Okuna,T. Binek  2:02.08 STA  T2:07.27 CONS

1 KEAL-HI A 1:53.47 STAT Hauanio, Madison-Gail 15 Jernigan, Cara 15

Camacho, Leahi 14 Jernigan, Kelly 17 28.64 31.51 27.76 25.56

2 HILO A 1:59.02 STAT Ichinose, Sharae Tsuha, BethKojiro, Emilee Carlson, Ginger 29.18 33.07 31.40 25.37

3 WAIK-HI A 2:03.50 CONS Flores-Oishi, Coco 14 Torigoe, Katie 16 Uekawa, Madisyn 15 Jobes, Jayna 15 33.75 35.85 27.18 26.72

#4 Men 200 Yard Medley Relay BIIF LEAGUE: 1:40.32# 2007 KEAL

P. Greenwell, D. Coakley, N. Garrett, M. Hamilton  1:51.07 STAT  2:01.00 CONS

1 HPA-HI A 1:41.53 STAT Hapgood, Sonny 17 Katase, Kyle 17 Borowski, Logan 17 Ryan, Koiawe 16 26.80 27.65 23.34 23.74

2 HILO A 1:52.99 CONS Bisel, Ryan Kubo, Christian Gandall, Kinney Kerr, Max 29.76 29.68 27.07 26.48

3 HILO B 1:54.03 CONS Weller, Kepa Ray, William Hamane, Cody Vargas, Nathan 30.40 31.13 26.22 26.28

 #5 Women 200 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 1:54.28# 2008 Krista Maier 2:02.63 STAT 2:05.52 CONS

1 Tsuha, Beth HILO 1:58.18 STAT 27.82 28.79 30.40 31.17 2 Shimizu, Rachel 16WAIK-HI 2:01.21 STAT 27.98 30.09 31.45 31.69

3 Jernigan, Cara 15 KEAL-HI 2:03.42 CONS 28.82 31.07 32.29 31.24

 Boys 200 yard IM BIIF LEAGUE: 1:44.84# 1981 Kimo Guerrero 1:49.52 STAT 1:57.39 CONS

1 Ross, Ryan 17 HPA-HI 1:48.08 STAT 25.19 27.17 27.90 27.82  2 Gandall, Kinney HILO 1:48.68 STAT 25.23 27.22 28.11 28.12

3 Causey, Campbell 16WAIK-HI 1:50.02 CONS 24.75 27.15 29.04 29.08

#7 women 200 Yard IM BIIF LEAGUE: 2:09.62# 2002 Marlene Yafuso 2:21.66 STAT 2:24.25 CONS

1 Hauanio, Madison-Ga i1l5 KEAL-HI 2:15.79 STAT 29.33 33.15 41.83 31.48 2 Camacho, Leahi 14 KEAL-HI 2:18.96 STAT 29.90 34.80 42.12 32.14  3 Kawakami, Kasey 14WAIK-HI 2:20.64 STAT 29.79 34.68 43.32 32.85

 #8 Men 200 Yard IM BIIF LEAGUE: 1:59.01# 2000 Thomas Sanford2:07.58 STAT2:14.25 CONS

1 Nakachi, Kaikea 17 HPA-HI 1:57.22# STAT 24.45 30.19 35.98 26.60 2 Kuwaye-Tamanaha, R 1en4WAIK-HI 2:06.75 STAT 27.23 34.26 35.59 29.67   3 Goodale, Nathaniel 17 KEAL-HI 2:08.19 CONS 28.52 32.26 37.49 29.92

 #9 Women 50 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 24.21# 2002 Tamarah Binek 25.90 STAT 26.59 CONS

1 Jernigan, Kelly 17 KEAL-HI 25.76 STAT 2 Ichinose, Sharae HILO 26.08 CONS 3 Imoto, Paula 15 KS-H 26.25 CONS

#10 Men 50 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 20.64# 2006 Daniel Coakley 23.15 STAT 23.79 CONS

1 Katase, Kyle 17 HPA-HI 22.46 STAT 2 Rimando, Ryan 17WAIK-HI 22.80 STAT 3 Mah, Brandon 16 HON 23.36 CONS

#11 Women 100 Yard Fly BIIF LEAGUE: 57.86# 2002 Nicole Okuna 1:03.81 STAT 1:07.49 CONS

1 Uekawa, Madisyn 15WAIK-HI 59.08 STAT 27.78 31.30 2 Jernigan, Kelly 17 KEAL-HI 1:03.64 STAT 29.33 34.31

3 Calderara, Aurora 18WAIK-HI 1:04.52 CONS 29.59 34.93

#12 Men 100 Yard Fly BIIF LEAGUE: 51.59# 2010 Logan Borowski 57.28 STAT 59.99 CONS

1 Uekawa, Grant 17WAIK-HI 54.52 STAT 25.21 29.31 2 Kawano, Ryan 17WAIK-HI 57.96 CONS 26.13 31.83

3 Mah, Brandon 16 HON 58.85 CONS 27.52 31.33

#13 Women 100 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 53.29# 2004 Tamarah Binek 56.31 STAT 58.81 CONS

1 Tsuha, Beth HILO 54.59 STAT 26.24 28.35   2 Kawakami, Kasey 14WAIK-HI 57.54 CONS 28.02 29.52

3 Carlson, Ginger HILO 58.00 CONS 27.82 30.18

#14 Men 100 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 46.79# 2007 Daniel Coakley 51.13 STAT 53.15 CONS

1 Borowski, Logan 17 HPA-HI 47.08 STAT 22.45 24.63  2 Ross, Ryan 17 HPA-HI 49.73 STAT 23.87 25.86

3 Gandall, Kinney HILO 50.12 STAT 24.34 25.78

#15 Women 500 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 5:03.28# 2008 Krista Maier 5:30.81 STAT 5:40.09 CONS

1 Shimizu, Rachel 16WAIK-HI 5:17.71 STAT 28.76 31.02 31.65 32.27 32.56 32.50 32.59 32.43 32.37 31.56

2 Camacho, Leahi 14 KEAL-HI 5:22.22 STAT 29.22 31.94 32.49 32.86 33.14 33.20 32.25 32.61 32.63 31.88

3 Jobes, Jayna 15WAIK-HI 5:30.46 STAT 30.50 32.77 33.39 33.61 33.65 33.84 33.91 33.59 33.26 31.94

#16 Men 500 Yard Free BIIF LEAGUE: 4:49.28# 1980 Kimo Guerrero 5:05.59 STAT 5:22.58 CONS

1 Causey, Campbell 16WAIK-HI 4:58.70 STAT 25.98 28.63 29.40 29.96 30.55 30.63 31.17 31.44 31.14 29.80

2 Hill, Adam 14WAIK-HI 5:18.17 CONS 26.98 30.68 31.97 31.89 32.14 33.20 33.09 33.48 32.85 31.89

3 Dale, Austin 17 HPA-HI 5:45.69 29.47 33.42 34.60 35.48 36.42 35.62 36.04 36.93 35.54 32.17

 #17 Women 200 Yard Free Relay BIIF LEAGUE: 1:40.71# 2002 WAIK W. Nekoba, N. Okuna, M. Yafuso, T. Binek 1:46.39 STAT 1:53.10 CONS

1 KEAL-HI A 1:43.55 STAT Jernigan, Cara 15 Camacho, Leahi 14 Hauanio, Madison-Gail 15 Jernigan, Kelly 17 26.44 26.18 25.45 25.48

2 HPA-HI A 1:50.64 CONSVernola, Amber 17 DiZinno, Madi 17 Luciani, Bhillie 15 Hagen, Heidi 16 27.54 28.94 27.11 27.05

3 KS-H A 1:54.20 Imoto, Paula 15 Krzyska, Kiana 16 Ikeda, Jill 15 Plunkett, Sydney 27.00 27.96 29.23 30.01

#18 Men 200 Yard Free Relay

BIIF LEAGUE: 1:29.35# 2010 HPA K. Katase, K. Nakachi, L. Borowski, R. Ross 1:38.03 STAT 1:43.11 CONS

1 HPA-HI A 1:27.76# STAT Katase, Kyle 17 Ross, Ryan 17 Nakachi, Kaikea 17 Borowski, Logan 17 22.09 22.93 21.55 21.19

2 KEAL-HI A 1:41.44 CONS Friend, JP 17 Whitener, Geoff 17 Estess, Daniel 17 Goodale, Nathaniel 17 25.93 25.95 25.01 24.55

3 HILO B 1:42.03 CONS Kubo, Christian Hamane, Cody Ederer, Colton Bisel, Ryan 25.27 24.89 27.09 24.78

#19 Women 100 Yard Back BIIF LEAGUE: 59.84# 2010 Alyssa Foo 1:04.09 STAT 1:08.00 CONS

1 Hauanio, Madison-Ga i1l5 KEAL-HI 1:00.64 STAT 29.61 31.03 2 Ichinose, Sharae HILO 1:01.90 STAT 29.86 32.04

3 Kawakami, Kasey 14WAIK-HI 1:04.80 CONS 31.93 32.87

#20 Men 100 Yard Back BIIF LEAGUE: 53.57# 2010 Kaikea Nakachi 59.79 STAT 1:04.38 CONS

1 Nakachi, Kaikea 17 HPA-HI 52.37# STAT 25.56 26.81  2 Hapgood, Sonny 17 HPA-HI 56.74 STAT 27.56 29.18

3 Kuwaye-Tamanaha, R 1en4WAIK-HI 1:01.10 CONS 29.88 31.22

#21 Women 100 Yard Breast BIIF LEAGUE: 1:06.07# 2002 Cassie Kaapu-Lyons 1:12.29 STAT 1:14.67 CONS

1 Uekawa, Madisyn 15WAIK-HI 1:07.36 STAT 31.61 35.75  2 Jernigan, Cara 15 KEAL-HI 1:09.48 STAT 32.73 36.75

3 Hill, Lauren 16WAIK-HI 1:15.97 36.31 39.66

#22 Men 100 Yard Breast BIIF LEAGUE: 58.61# 2010 Peter Chi 1:04.04 STAT 1:07.73 CON

1 Rimando, Ryan 17WAIK-HI 1:00.50 STAT 28.28 32.22 2 Katase, Kyle 17 HPA-HI 1:01.68 STAT 28.97 32.71

3 Kubo, Christian HILO 1:03.50 STAT 30.21 33.29

#23 Women 400 Yard Free Relay

BIIF LEAGUE: 3:41.82# 2001 WAIK M. Rivera, T. Binek, M. Yafuso, N. Okuna 3:56.19 STAT 4:15.99 CONS

1 WAIK-HI A 4:11.76 CONS King, Akemi 15 Roth, Alexandra 16 Paulachak, Kara 16 Kawakami, Kasey 14 29.15 59.84 32.56 1:10.25 30.59 1:04.30 27.28 57.37

2 KEAL-HI A 4:13.68 CONS Walters, Megan 17 Kalua’U, Jes-Ai 15 Jesser, Chenoa 15 Thomas, Anna 15 28.68 59.84 30.87 1:03.40 31.28 1:05.62 30.86 1:04.82

3 HPA-HI A 4:25.00 DiZinno, Madi 17 Francis, Seychelle 14 Marbach, Josie 16 Luciani, Bhillie 15 31.96 1:06.71 32.92 1:07.78 33.35 1:08.87 28.76 1:01.64

#24 Men 400 Yard Free Relay

BIIF LEAGUE: 3:18.71# 2011 HPA L. Borowski, K. Katase, N. Nakachi, R. Ross3:35.82 STAT 3:52.06 CONS

1 HPA-HI A 3:23.58 STAT Ross, Ryan 17 Hapgood, Sonny 17 Ryan, Koiawe 16 Nakachi, Kaikea 17 24.34 50.47 24.51 51.62 25.03 52.83 22.95 48.66

2 WAIK-HI A 3:32.64 STAT Causey, Campbell 16 Hill, Adam 14 Kuwaye-Tamanaha, Ren 14 Uekawa, Grant 1724.91 51.48 25.55 54.38 25.67 53.59 24.92 53.19

3 HPA-HI B 4:15.92 Dale, Austin 17 Spetich, Michael 14 Wilson, Dray 15 Chavez, Charlie 16 27.24 57.38 31.44 1:03.60 35.31 1:13.74 28.42 1:01.20

January 22, 2011 Posted by | Swimming in Hawaii | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment