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HHSAA wrestling championships – Semifinals and Consolation Rounds on Saturday

CHEVRON

47TH ANNUAL WRESTLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

March 2-3, 2012 – Neal S. Blaisdell Arena

SATURDAY

8:30 a.m.   Weigh-in

10 a.m.      Semifinals and Consolation Rounds 3 & 4

3 p.m.        Introductions

4 p.m.        Championship, third-place and fifth-place finals

7:30 p.m.   Awards ceremony

The top high school wrestlers from across the state will compete in the 47th Annual Chevron/HHSAA Championships, March 2-3 at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena. This year’s field includes boys wrestlers in 14 weight classes (in pounds): 108, 114, 120, 125, 130, 135, 140, 145, 152, 160, 171, 189, 215 and 285, and girls wrestlers in 11 weight classes: 98, 103, 108, 114, 120, 125, 130, 140, 155, 175 and 220. (includes 2-pound weight allowance)

 

Returning individual state champions:

Two boys, Maryknoll’s Cassidy Oshiro (114 pounds) and Punahou’s Todd Murakawa (130), and one girl, Punahou’s Mindy Chow (130), will aim for their third individual state championships. Oshiro won at 108 pounds in 2010 and Murakawa at 125 pounds that same year.

Other defending state champs are Mililani’s Quinn Nagatani (108), ‘Aiea’s Samantha Higa (114) and Darcie Manning O’Brien (175), Mid-Pacific’s Joshua Terao (125), Lahainaluna’s Chanse Uyeda (152), Punahou’s Bryan Peralta (152) and Zach Hernandez (189) and Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Akoakoa Paleka-Kennedy (285). Uyeda won last year’s 145-pound title.

Three girls – Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Megan Aina (103), Kamehameha’s Bree Rapoza (120) and Pearl City’s Sanoe Spencer (220) – won state titles in 2010 but were upset last year.

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KMS track and field team wins 66 medals at P & R

            KEAAU TRACK MEET                  Feb 25, 2012

 Girls Pee Wee

Kaylee Marques  1st standing long jump, 1st 50, 2nd 70

 Girls Midgets

Jaysha Pavao  1st 400, 1st 4×50     Coraleen Quilinderino 1st standing long jump, 1st 4×50

Jaredy Salle  1st 4×50                                      Kailee Sibayan-Santiago  1st 4×50

 Junior Girls

Chantel Carlos  3rd 200, 3rd 4×100                       Narizza Saladino  3rd high jump,  1st 4×50

Ruby Galapon  1st high jump, 1st 4×50                  Kanoe Cabanlet   2nd high jump, 1st 4×50

Tawnee Respicio  2nd 200,  3rd 4×100                       Tianna Celis  3rd 4×100

Kimiko Johnny  3rd 4×100                                               Diana Doan   2nd 4×50

Jessica Andres  2nd 4×50                                         Kyla Andres   2nd 4×50

Sheann Belmes  1st 4×50                                           Gretchen Padamada  2nd 4×50

Intermediate Girls

Audra Payne   2nd high jump, 2nd 1200, 1st 4×200               Gerenel Galves   1st high jump, 1st 4×200

Maria Calso   2nd shot put, 1st 4×200                          Eve Paguirigan   1st 4×200                                                                                       

  Girls Medals 33               

 BOYS Midgets

Rhodney Hernando   1st 100,  2nd 200                            Kalena Nihipali   2nd softball throw,  3rd 50

Jake Cambia   2nd standing long jump                               Albert Zuniga  1st standing long jump

 Junior Boys                          

Jo Joe Villa  1st high jump, 3rd 100, 1st 4×100                   BoysMedals33                                                                                                                                      

Christian Batad   2nd high jump, 2nd 100, 1st 4×100

Dallan Oandasan  1st shot put, 1st discus,   1st 4×100

Kolby Gebin   1st 100, 1st 4×100              Kyle Rice   1st 800, 1st 4×50

Kayden Souza   1st 4×50                                Bronson Pili   1st 4×50

Joseph MacDonald   2nd shot put, 2nd discus, 1st 4×50

Greyson Haskell  3rd 400,  3rd 800              David Pinyerd  3rd high jump, 2nd 800, 1st 1200

 Intermediate Boys

Paxton Rhyss   3rd high jump, 1st 4×100                                              Joshua Quero-Ondo  1st 4×100                                                                       

Reynaldo Arcellana   1st 4×100                                                                Charles Caldwell-Kaai   1st 4×100  

KMS Team wins   Total 66 Medals,   Kudos to Coach Randee Arkin Joseph, also known as ‘Mrs Big Dog’

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