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May 31, 2011 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , | Leave a comment

All BIIF Golf Selections Announced for 2011

ALL BIIF GOLF

BOYS     First team

Chad Suzuki Jr. Waiakea, Andrew Paisley So. Hawaii Prep, Casey Tamura Sr. Waiakea

Dalen Yamauchi Sr. Waiakea, Jake Siebert Jr. Hawaii Prep

Second team

Ric Yamamoto Sr. Hilo, Ryley Chong So. Konawaena, Steve Kim So. Kealakehe

Andre Kimura Sr. Waiakea, Stephen Winchester Sr. Kamehameha

Honorable mention: Rayce Bento (Hilo); Ronnie Borges (Kealakehe); Matt Camacho (Waiakea); Kris Ishibashi (Waiakea); Ossian Maruyama (Waiakea); Davin Yagi (Hilo)

Golfer of the Year: Chad Suzuki, Waiakea

GIRLS      First team

Shaina Mizusawa So. Waiakea, Nani Yanagi Jr. Waiakea, Hazel Rafol Sr. Kealakehe

Kiana Lumanlan Jr. Kamehameha

Second team

Megan Kimura Jr. Waiakea, Andi Igawa Fr. Waiakea, Tiara Inoue Jr. St. Joseph

Alison Tengan Jr. Waiakea

Honorable mention: Kaitlyn Kerkhoff (Kealakehe); Ciera Min (Waiakea)

Golfer of the Year: Shaina Mizusawa, Waiakea

May 30, 2011 Posted by | golf | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Exciting Conclusion to EMS 5K race

EMS 5K overall winners, Stone & Halford

Cousins Brett Shea and Jackson Halford battled for top honors in the 11th annual Emergency Medical Services 5K run held Sunday at Liliuokalani Gardens in Hilo.

Shea from Denver, Colorado and Halford of Volcano, along with Jason Braswell of the Big Island Running Company in Kona went toe to toe during the 3.1 mile race to make for an exciting race to the finish.

Shea led for most of the out and back race until being run down by Halford in the final 200 yards.

“In the final stretch, coming off Suisan Bridge, I was able to catch and pass him with the finish line in site,” Halford said.

Halford, a distance runner for Waiakea High School, had earlier in the month placed third at the HHSAA track & field championships in the 1500 and the junior Warrior stayed in shape over the past few weeks to meet the challenges of EMS event.

“Last year I was 4th overall in this race, but this year I continued to train since the state championship and never really felt tired today,” Jackson said of his winning time of 17 minutes and 14 seconds.

For his hard work Halford was able to shave 14 seconds of his personal best 5K time. 

Shea clocked in at 17:17 with Braswell finishing third in 17:21.

For the women it was Marianne Stone of Orchidland winning in 21:40 over Rosa Erck, 22:20; and Melissa Schad, 22:23.

“We recently moved to Hawaii from Missouri and I was quite surprised that I won,” Stone said.  “It was a very slow time for me as usually my 5K’s are in the sub 20 minute range.”

Stone is expecting to undergo knee surgery next month and hasn’t been running as many miles as she would have liked.

“This was my first run in Hawaii and I’m still in shock that I came in first for the women,” she said.

More than 800 runners and walkers converged at Liliuokalani Gardens on Sunday to take part in the Annual Emergency Medical Services fitness event.

“We had 801 registered participants, a record for this event,” an elated race organizer, Firefighter Jesse Ebersole said.  “All of this is in conjunction with National EMS week held around country where we showcase many of the services that we provide to our community.”

EMS keiki run

Participants had a choice of doing a 2 mile walk or a 3.1 mile competitive run along scenic Hilo Bayfront.  Later in the muggy morning youngsters under the age of 10 had fun doing a non-competitive mini run within the Liliuokalani Park grounds with a bright yellow EMS helicopter taking center stage on the keiki course.

Over the years EMS organizers have raised approximately $80,000 with the money going to help EMS personnel battling cancer.

“This year the money will go to three of our Hawaii Fire Department Firefighters battling cancer and to the American Cancer Society of Hawaii Island,” Ebersole said

The EMS also included a ‘public safety’ division which was open to police, fire, DLNR, corrections and the like employees.

For the second year in a row firefight Ian Smith and DLNR employee Lisa Hadway took top honors.

Smith, who is at the Waikoloa fire department, not only won the Public Safety Division he also won the stroller division as he pushed his 7 month old daughter, Emi, the entire way finishing in 19:54.

Sandwiched between Smith and Hadway was Hawaiian Paradise Park firefighter, Joe Wedemann who clocked in at 22:14.

“I’ve done 9 out of the 11 EMS runs,” Smith said.  “It’s not only a fun event, but it is also for a very good cause.”

Hadway is no stranger to the winner’s podium as she has won the Public Safety Division 5 out of 6 times she has entered.

“I didn’t run the year I was pregnant, in 2009,” she said.  “And last year I pushed a stroller and won both divisions, but this year without the stroller,  my time was 7 minutes faster at 22:27.”

Hadway finished as the fourth overall woman in the race as she looks to be even more competitive without the stroller.

“We’d like to thank the community for coming out strong in support of our event,” Ebersole said.  “We’d also like to thank the many generous sponsors who helped to make the event possible.”

Ebersole cited the LIVESTRONG Foundation who provided wristbands to all the participants and an autographed LIVESTRONG Jersey signed by Lance Armstrong that will be auctioned in September during the Sayre Awards Dinner.

Related link:  https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2011/05/29/ems-5k-run-301-finishers-top-161-results/

May 30, 2011 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Exercise paying off for West Hawai’i’s Jo Iwane

Jo Iwane

Who says exercise doesn’t pay off?

You don’t need to look far to see the dramatic results that regular physical exercise can produce on the body, mind and spirit.

Plato had it right when he wrote:  “Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.”

Many of the major diseases that plague our society are preventable if we choose to exercise regularly and eat sensibly.

Retired elementary school teacher, JoAnn Iwane, is a shining example of someone who developed Type 2 Diabetes and did something to overcome it.

“I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about five years ago,” Iwane said.  “I have struggled with my weight for most of my adult life and didn’t do anything about it until I developed diabetes.”

Iwane grew up in Kealakekua during a time in which girl’s participation in sports was not encouraged.

“I grew up during the 50’s and 60’s,” she said.  “We did play some sports, but it was just a part of our physical education program in school.”

Growing up in Kona, Iwane recalls that there were no athletic teams at Konawaena High School and that she and others of her gender where reduced to playing half court basketball during her PE classes.

“My husband remembers the weird way I held a baseball bat because I didn’t know any other way,” Iwane said.  “Those were the days prior to Title IX and we have lots to be appreciative to our late Representative, Patsy Mink, who made legislation that provided for the girl’s sports programs that almost equal the boy’s today.”

After spending 30 years in the classrooms of Kealakehe, Kahakai and Konawaena Elementary Schools, Iwane retired in from teaching in 2002.

“Besides teaching I also needed to ‘moonlight’ to help put my three daughters through college by teaching early childhood education classes at the UH-West Hawai’i campus,” she said.

With Iwane’s busy work schedule and the raising of her children the years slipped by without much exercise until the day came when her doctor told her the bad news, that she had developed a disease that could have been prevented.

“I actually started to go to the gym about 10 years ago, but I didn’t change my eating habits and my weight continued to go up,” Iwane said.

Today Iwane has made some great progress as she lost 10 pounds and will exercise regularly.

“I go to Pacific Island Fitness Gym at 5 am, five days a week to do 30 minutes of cardio workouts,” she said.  “I will alternate between the treadmill and the elliptical trainer, and then I’ll do 10 to 15 minutes of weight training.”

Every Monday you’ll find this soon to be 64 year old doing her favorite thing, yoga.

“My Monday yoga class is my favorite thing to do at the gym as I am working on building core strength and balance,” Iwane said.  “As I get older I become more prone to tripping and falling, so this is a major concern of mine.”

Iwane has also returned to eating a more healthy diet, with fewer calories.

“I love salads and vegetables of all kinds,” she said.  “I try to eat fruit from our coffee farm like bananas, tangerines, oranges and avocados.”

Iwane has also reduced her consumption of carbohydrates and has moved to eating more fish and chicken rather than red meat.

“I love to cook healthy meals for my husband, Elbert, and me,” she said.  “I love to go to the local farmer’s market to buy fresh vegetables and the like.”

The great news is that her efforts to change her diet, lose weight and maintain a regular exercise program has paid big dividends.

“Because of my regular exercise and losing those 10 pounds over the past few months, I am no longer clinically diabetic, according to my doctor,” Iwane said with great pride. “My sugar levels have been very low for at least six months and my doctor says I’m the poster child for exercise and diet leading to no longer being diabetic!”

And Iwane is not done as she has set the bar even higher for improving her overall health.

“My goal is to get off all of my diabetes meds completely,” Iwane said.  “My dosages are being reduced every time I see the doctor, so I am hopeful this will happen soon.”

Type 2 diabetes is a preventable disease through maintaining a healthy weight, regular physical exercise and a good diet.

JoAnn Iwane is a retired, senior citizen who is making the most of her situation by turning a negative into a positive. 

According to Iwane part of her motivation in staying healthy as she ages is to see her two grandchildren, Maile and Logan grow up.

“You have to make exercise a regular part of your routine,” Iwane said. “We all have excuses why we don’t, but we need to just do it.  For people like me who love to eat, just watch what you put in your mouth and try to eat as ‘clean’ as possible.”

Someone once said, “In order to change we must be sick and tired of being sick and tired.”

And someday should you happen to see a happy, healthy, retired senior citizen doing what he loves to do – which is run – remember to smile, say “woof” and never shy away from “Running with the Big Dog.”

Email the Big Dog at waiakeabigdog@aol.com.

May 30, 2011 Posted by | Profiles | , , , , , | 2 Comments

Hilo’s EMS 5K run – 301 finishers, top 161 results

Public Safety winners, Hadway and Smith

Emergency Medical Services Run Walk
May 29, 2011 – Hilo, Hawaii

Overall Results – 5K

 Plc Name                   Division     Residence             Time   Pace

 1 Jackson Halford #89   16 – 19      Volcano, HI          :17:14  05:33

   2 Brett Shea #264       20 – 29      Denver, CO           :17:17  05:34

   3 Jason Braswell #33    30 – 39      Kailua-Kona, HI      :17:21  05:35

   4 Rhon Tvralde #399     20 – 29                           :18:32  05:58

   5 Joe Barcia #427       40 – 49      Keaau, HI            :18:34  05:59

   6 Justin Pang #242      20 – 29      Keaau, HI            :18:35  05:59

   7 Stefan Tomm #339      20 – 29                           :18:39  06:00

   8 Todd Mahronic #168    50 – 59      Volcano, HI          :18:54  06:05

   9 Nick Muragin #207     40 – 49      Ninole, HI           :19:03  06:08

  10 Bo Rasse #318         16 – 19                           :19:06  06:09

  11 Ian Smith #273        30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :19:54  06:25

  12 Shannon White #309    16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :20:13  06:31

  13 Andrew J Langtry #158 16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :20:15  06:31

  14 Stewart Miyashiro #20450 – 59      Volcano, HI          :20:22  06:34

  15 Steven Pavao #317     50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :20:27  06:35

  16 Shawn Doll #393       16 – 19                           :20:44  06:41

  17 Linden Villena #364    0 – 39      Hilo, HI             :20:53  06:44

  18 Stephen Hunter #109   11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :20:55  06:44

  19 Makaala Gagan #355    16 – 19                           :20:57  06:45

  20 Keith Marrack #175    40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :21:12  06:50

  21 James Murphy #356     50 – 59                           :21:31  06:56

  22 Dyson Sato #261       11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :21:44  07:00

  23 Marianne Stone #276   30 – 39    F Keaau, HI            :21:48  07:01

  24 Timon Skinner #271    11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :21:52  07:03

  25 Rob Van Geen #368     40 – 49      Waikoloa, HI         :21:53  07:03

  26 Jonah Matsuura #183   1 – 10       Kurtistown, HI       :22:00  07:05

  27 Grant Uekawa #296    16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :22:03  07:06

  28 Ryne Uemura #353     16 – 19                           :22:07  07:08

  29 Joe Wedemann #304    40 – 49      Keaau, HI            :22:14  07:10

  30 Clint Anderson #8    30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :22:16  07:10

  31 Wayne Pavao #245     16 – 19      Keaau, HI            :22:18  07:11

  32 Rosa Erck #349       20 – 29    F                      :22:20  07:12

  33 Melissa Schad #262   30 – 39    F Papaaloa, HI         :22:23  07:13

  34 Lisa Hadway #88      30 – 39    F Pepeekeo, HI         :22:27  07:14

  35 Brenden Branco #32   16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :22:28  07:14

  36 Tyler Iyo #119       16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :22:35  07:17

  37 Ryan Thomas #380     16 – 19                           :22:36  07:17

  38 Deen Tsukamoto #290  50 – 59      Naalehu, HI          :22:39  07:18

  39 Lory Hunter #108     40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :22:40  07:18

  40 Ray Ibarra #111      50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :22:42  07:19

  41 Eric Helms #424      30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :22:49  07:21

  42 Mike Kelley #130     40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :22:52  07:22

  43 Kelly Freitas #74    50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :22:53  07:22

  44 Rebecca Mansfield    30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :22:57  07:24

  45 Max Panoff #367      11 – 15                           :22:59  07:24

  46 James Imai #340      20 – 29                           :23:00  07:25

  47 Phillip Kissinger    20 – 29      Kurtistown, HI       :23:02  07:25

  48 Normann Petersenn    40 – 49      Pepeekeo, HI         :23:08  07:27

  49 Dj Blinn #26         60 – 69      Hilo, HI             :23:10  07:28

  50 Melissa Braswell #34 30 – 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :23:17  07:30

  51 Dartennian Dayoan #5111 – 15      Papaikou, HI         :23:21  07:31

  52 Kevin Okumura #225   20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :23:22  07:32

  53 Justin Okuyama #226  20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :23:25  07:33

  54 Justin Ignacio #386  16 – 19                           :23:26  07:33

  55 Randy Sakoda #259    40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :23:28  07:34

  56 Paul Escobar #65     40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :23:32  07:35

  57 Steven Hiraki #98    30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :23:35  07:36

  58 Joshua Kubojiri #142 30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :23:37  07:37

  59 Stewart Hunter #107  40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :23:49  07:40

  60 Chas Huston #110     11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :23:51  07:41

  61 Garret Uyeda #363    20 – 29                           :23:59  07:44

  62 Donovan Macanas #16  11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :24:01  07:44

  63 Davin Padilla #240   30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :24:03  07:45

  64 Iris Liberato #162   20 – 29    F Pepeekeo, HI         :24:06  07:46

  65 Alison Mansfield     20 – 29    F Papaikou, HI         :24:12  07:48

  66 James Hank #90       50 – 59      Mt. View, HI         :24:13  07:48

  67 Harris Kaneshiro     60 – 69      Hilo, HI             :24:19  07:50

  68 Tessa McLauren #350  30 – 39    F                      :24:24  07:52

  69 Karina Lawrence #373 16 – 19    F                      :24:30  07:54

  70 Andrew M Langtry #15740 – 49      Hilo, HI             :24:43  07:58

  71 Wendy Yamada #312    40 – 49    F Keaau, HI            :24:45  07:59

  72 Shawn Suga #277      30 – 39      Keaau, HI            :24:47  07:59

  73 Taylor Mabuni #394   11 – 15      Kailua-Kona, HI      :24:54  08:01

  74 Roy Yamada #314      30 – 39      Keaau, HI            :24:58  08:03

  75 Michael Stimson #275 40 – 49      Keaau, HI            :25:03  08:04

  76 Ric Galdones #80     40 – 49      Papaikou, HI         :25:06  08:05

  77 Kai Garson-Shumway   11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :25:10  08:07

  78 James Guenthoer #86  50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :25:14  08:08

  79 Johnnelle Chun #44   40 – 49    F Kamuela, HI          :25:15  08:08

  80 Tim Christopher #42  40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :25:28  08:12

  81 Vanessa Ignacio #115 11 – 15    F Hilo, HI             :25:35  08:15

  82 Dawn Patterson #243  30 – 39    F Keaau, HI            :25:36  08:15

  83 Edgar Tuliao #293    40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :25:39  08:16

  84 Dylan Mabuni #395    40 – 49      Kailua Kona, HI      :25:44  08:18

  85 Pulama O’Shaughnessy 20 – 29    F                      :25:53  08:20

  86 Bryanna Delima #53   20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :25:54  08:21

  87 Thomas Gomez #85     30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :25:55  08:21

  88 Jenna Nakao #214     20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :25:57  08:22

  89 Rodrigo Romo #341    40 – 49                           :26:00  08:23

  90 Melanie Arakaki #10  40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :26:07  08:25

  91 Robert Hillier #96   60 – 69      Hilo, HI             :26:08  08:25

  92 Greg Esteban #66     40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :26:10  08:26

  93 Bryan Kusano #143    30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :26:13  08:27

  94 Ku Mei Kern #135     30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :26:14  08:27

  95 Christian Wong #310  30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :26:16  08:28

  96 Marlon Fernandez #71 30 – 39      Keaau, HI            :26:20  08:29

  97 Kendra Ignacio #114  30 – 39    F Laupahoehoe, HI      :26:25  08:31

  98 Harlou Galima #81    20 – 29      Pahoa, HI            :26:27  08:31

  99 Audrey Terada #282   30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :26:28  08:32

 100 Charles Sakoda #260  60 – 69      Hilo, HI             :26:34  08:34

 101 Aaron Morita #344    50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :26:36  08:34

 102 Big Dog #303         60 – 69      Keaau, HI            :26:39  08:35

 103 Andrew Macanas #166  40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :26:40  08:36

 104 Megan Wery #307      20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :26:43  08:37

 105 Skye Ombac #227      11 – 15    F Hilo, HI             :26:46  08:38

 106 Jacob Murphy #357   16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :26:51  08:39

 107 Jeff Tarby #281     40 – 49      Lisle, IL            :26:54  08:40

 108 Sage VanKralingen   20 – 29    F                      :26:57  08:41

 109 Corin Kim #123      16 – 19    F Hilo, HI             :27:00  08:42

 110 Thalei Kamalani-Manpathou10     F                      :27:01  08:42

 111 Cecily Unoki #298   20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :27:06  08:44

 112 Robert Shapiro #263 50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :27:20  08:49

 113 Laurie Kaneta #126  50 – 59    F Hilo, HI             :27:21  08:49

 114 Robin Bauman #23    40 – 49    F Keaau, HI            :27:22  08:49

 115 Edwin Ranan #252    50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :27:23  08:50

 116 Laney Azevedo #16   20 – 29    F Pepeekeo, HI         :27:32  08:52

 117 Alan Mitsuyoshi #20160 – 69      Pepeekeo, HI         :27:36  08:54

 118 Keegan Lerma #332   20 – 29      Captain Cook, HI     :27:39  08:55

 119 Ryan Chun #43       11 – 15      Kamuela, HI          :27:42  08:56

 120 Melanie Keolanui    30 – 39    F                      :27:49  08:58

 121 Charles Umemoto     30 – 39      Hilo, HI             :27:57  09:00

 122 Sandy Connick #45   50 – 59    F Keaau, HI            :27:59  09:01

 123 Dominic Hiro #100   40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :28:04  09:03

 124 Monalisa Durkan #59 20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :28:05  09:03

 125 Jamie Irie #116     30 – 39      Keaau, HI            :28:07  09:04

 126 Dusty Amaral #5     20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :28:08  09:04

 127 Frank Douglass #56  50 – 59      Pahoa, HI            :28:19  09:08

 128 Angela Menking #327 30 – 39    F                      :28:23  09:09

 129 Alicia Tsukamoto    20 – 29    F Naalehu, HI          :28:26  09:10

 130 Sharie Ichinose     11 – 15    F Hilo, HI             :28:29  09:11

 131 Tricia Wong #311    30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :28:31  09:11

 132 Natasha Rafferty    30 – 39    F Keaau, HI            :28:32  09:12

 133 Matthias Kusch #144 40 – 49      Pepeekeo, HI         :28:37  09:13

 134 Jenelle Bird #25    20 – 29    F Pahoa, HI            :28:40  09:14

 135 Stacie Ichinose     40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :28:42  09:15

 136 Veronica Wedemann   30 – 39    F Keaau, HI            :28:45  09:16

 137 Lanessa Mcclellan   40 – 49    F Hilo, HI             :28:48  09:17

 138 Brendacee Batin     20 – 29    F                      :28:49  09:17

 139 Adrienne Ohashi     20 – 29    F Honolulu, HI         :28:50  09:18

 140 Connie Larsen #381  40 – 49    F                      :28:51  09:18

 141 Adams Agtarap #385  30 – 39                           :28:57  09:20

 142 Jill Maki #169      30 – 39    F Hawi, HI             :28:59  09:20

 143 Vivian Carnate #333 20 – 29    F                      :29:00  09:21

 144 Harriet Parsons     20 – 29    F                      :29:01  09:21

 145 Peter Matsuura #184  1 – 10       Kurtistown, HI       :29:02  09:21

 146 Harvey Nakasone     50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :29:03  09:22

 147 Ryan Kawano #129    16 – 19      Hilo, HI             :29:04  09:22

 148 Dick Amato #315     70 – 79                           :29:06  09:23

 149 Charles Bostwick    50 – 59      Mt. View, HI         :29:07  09:23

 150 Duane Rapoza #348   20 – 29                           :29:08  09:23

 151 Ren Kuwaye-Tamanaha 11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :29:08  09:23

 152 Reyn Cabarloc #425  40 – 49                           :29:09  09:24

 153 Jace Nagao #212     11 – 15      Hilo, HI             :29:10  09:24

 154 Errol Fernandez #72 30 – 39      Keaau, HI            :29:13  09:25

 155 Lloyd Leslie #160   50 – 59      Paauhau, HI          :29:33  09:31

 156 Paula Thompson #284 50 – 59    F Volcano, HI          :29:35  09:32

 157 Jonathan Faisao #69 20 – 29      Keaau, HI            :29:54  09:38

 158 Mario Labiano #319  40 – 49                           :29:56  09:39

 159 Marie Kuramoto #365 60 – 69    F Hilo, HI             :29:58  09:40

 160 Leanne Silva #269   30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :29:59  09:40

161 Sonya Matsuura #187 40 – 49    F Kurtistown, HI       :30:01  09:40

May 29, 2011 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment