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14th Annual Civilian Marksmanship Program – HHSAA Championship – Oct 30

Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association
P.O. Box 62029, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96839
Ph: (808) 587-4495 ∙ Fax: (808) 587-4496
http://www.sportshigh.com
Media Contact: Natalie Iwamoto  iwamoto@hhsaa.org

CIVILIAN MARKSMANSHIP PROGRAM
14TH ANNUAL AIR RIFLERY STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 – Kamehameha-Hawaii

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
7 a.m. Check-in
8 a.m. Coaches/Competitors briefing at firing range
8:30 a.m. Girls competition
Boys competition (to follow girls)
2:30 p.m. Awards ceremony

TOURNAMENT REPRESENTATION
BOYS GIRLS
OIA 16 15
ILH 7 9
BIIF 7 7
MIL 7 6
KIF 5 5
TOTAL 42 42

Tournament Site:
Kamehameha-Hawaii
16-718 Volcano Road
Kea‘au, HI 96749

Admission: Free

MEDIA CONTACT:
Natalie Iwamoto, HHSAA Director of Information, will be the primary media contact for results. She can be reached at 778-7275 or by e-mail at iwamoto@hhsaa.org

RESULTS:
Results will be posted on the HHSAA website, http://www.sportshigh.com, after the conclusion of the awards ceremony.

The top high school marksmen from across the state will compete in the 14th Annual Civilian Marksmanship Program/HHSAA Championships, Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Kamehameha-Hawaii campus in Kea‘au, Big Island. This year’s field includes defending girls champion Kellie Iwasaki (Waiakea).

While there is some variation among the leagues on team size and selection process to the state championships, all utilize the sporter air rifle in 3-position competition. Precision air rifles are not allowed. League competition, with the exception of Maui, is primarily team-based with an individual championship ending the season.

The HHSAA championship is one of two in the United States that are sanctioned by the high school athletic governing body. Georgia is the only other state with a sanctioned championship.

Shooters fire 20 recorded shots in each position – prone, standing and kneeling. A perfect score is 600. Teams are made up of four firing members from the same school.

Civilian Marksmanship Program:
It is the mission of the Civilian Marksmanship Program to promote firearm safety and marksmanship training with special emphasis on youths. For more information on CMP, log on to http://www.odcmp.com

Tournament Procedure:

All competitors in each gender fire in three positions: prone, kneeling and standing. Shooters fire 20 shots in each position.

All competitors shoot at the same time, beginning with the prone position. The targets are 32.8 feet away.

Thirty minutes are allowed for prone shooting. When completed, the targets are retrieved and standing targets are mounted.

There is a five-minute changeover period between shooting positions to prepare for the next phase.

Forty minutes are allowed for standing shooting. When completed, those targets are retrieved and kneeling targets are mounted.

Thirty minutes are allowed for kneeling shooting.
Rules & Scor

October 30, 2012 Posted by | Air Riglery | | Leave a comment

BIIF Air Riflery has Waiakea dominating

BIIF air riflery results     Saturday, Sept 3, 2011 at Waiakea

Boys     Eric Kawahara, Waiakea 91 91 88–270

Luke Camarillo, Waiakea 91 80 87–258  Tyler Aburamen, Waiakea 97 79 82–258

Richard Chun, Waiakea 94 77 83–254  Cody Yamada, Waiakea 85 80 86–251

Brandon Lau, Waiakea 94 68 84–246  Raymond Andrada, Hilo 77 72 69–218

Vernon Warnock, Hilo 86 58 74–218  Israel Truesdell, Kam 84 69 62–215

Robert Wade, Hilo 84 63 66–213  Cody Andrade, St. Joe 85 55 66–206

Isaac Pacheco, St. Joe 86 49 68–203  Isaiah Kalaukoa, Kam 82 49 69–200

Maverick Mahi, Kam 76 49 71–196  Austin Ah Hee, Kam 83 36 71–190

Edgar Barclay, St. Joe 68 46 72–186  Keanu Shimaoka, Hilo 74 49 61–184

Sage Constantinou, St. Joe 79 41 58–178  Preston Long, St. Joe 67 30 48–145

Keanyn Pacyao, Hilo 80 33 27–140  Wyatt Wilson, Hilo 55 42 23–120

Teams: Waiakea, 1,537; Hilo, 1,093; Kamehameha, 979; St. Joseph, 740

Girls  Megan Kimura, Waiakea 98 82 81–261  Kellie Iwasaki, Waiakea 97 70 85–252

Karise Kuroda, Waiakea 94 81 69–244   Lindsey Kimura, Waiakea 89 65 79–233

Nicole Kahoopii, Kam 86 61 81–228  Annie Heo, St. Joseph 82 63 83–228

Lindsey Tawata, Waiakea 92 74 62–228  Crystal Rances, Waiakea 88 63 75—226

 Caryn Okamoto, Hilo 86 60 79–225  Jade Thomas, St. Joseph 89 60 72–221

Stephanie Parsons, St. Joe 77 67 72–216  Jessie Coney, Kam 86 60 69–215   

Rochelle Koi, Ka’u 79 49 81–209  Kamrie Koi, Ka’u 80 30 75–185  

 Aysia Kaaumoana, Kam 81 32 70–183   India O’Neil, Kam 72 40 68—180

Kealapua Bernabe, Kam 79 49 44–172   Ciarra Parinas, Kam 62 47 50–159    

Mia Nako, Hilo 66 44 39–149   Teams: Waiakea, 1,444; Kamehameha, 1,137; St. Joseph, 665; Ka’u, 394; Hilo, 374

September 9, 2011 Posted by | Air Riglery | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

BIIF Air Riflery Schedule for Fall 2011

DATE

DAY

EVENT

@

LOCATION

 

Aug. 1

Monday

Start Date

@

All

 
           

Aug. 8

Monday

Coaches Meeting

@

Laupahoehoe Bandroom

 

           

Aug. 20

Saturday

Pre-Season TBA

@

TBA

 

           

Aug. 22

Monday

Eligibility List Due

@

BIIF Office

 
           

Aug. 27

Saturday

East

@

Kamehameha

 

   

West

@

Kealakehe

 

           

Sept. 3

Saturday

East

@

Waiakea

 

   

West

@

Konawaena

 

           

Sept. 10

Saturday

All Schools

@

Konawaena

 

           

Sept. 17

Saturday

East

@

Waiakea

 

   

West

@

Konawaena

 
           

Sept. 24

Saturday

All Schools

@

Kamehameha

 

           

Oct. 1

Saturday

BIIF Championships

@

Konawaena

 

           

Oct. 8

Saturday

 

@

BYE WEEK

 
           

Oct. 15

Saturday

   

BYE WEEK

 
           

Oct. 22

Saturday

   

BYE WEEK

 
           

Oct. 25

Tuesday

HHSAA

@

Blasidell

 

July 20, 2011 Posted by | Air Riglery | | Leave a comment

Sacred Hearts and Waiakea win Air Riflery State Titles

Sacred Hearts swept the top three individual finishes and repeated as girls team champion, and Waiakea won its first team state crown since 2004 today at the 12th Annual Civilian Marksmanship Program/Hawaii High School Athletic Association Air Riflery State Championships at Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.
Kristie Thornburg won the girls individual title with a total score of 540 (185 prone, 171 standing, 184 kneeling). She was followed by teammates Cecilia Wong (538) and Michelle Uchida (527). Laurie Tam (501) is the other member of the Lancers’ winning team.
Kamehameha’s Keanu Paikai won the boys individual championship with a score of 552 (194, 177, 181). Waiakea’s Eric Kawahara (535) finished second and St. Anthony’s Paul Berce (196) took third.
Other members of Waiakea’s winning team are eighth-place finisher Luke Camarillo (514), 15th-place Brandon Lau (506) and Richard Chun (498).
Complete team and individual results will be sent via e-mail later this evening and will be posted on the HHSAA Web site at www.sportshigh.com

October 26, 2010 Posted by | Air Riglery | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Civilian Marksmanship Program today on Oahu

The top high school marksmen from across the state will compete for the coveted state crown in the 11th Annual Civilian Marksmanship Program/HHSAA State Championships, Tuesday, Oct. 27, at the Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall.  This year’s field has been reduced to from 60 competitors to 42 marksmen, making qualification into the state tournament competitive for each league’s participants. 

 

While there is some variation among the leagues on team size and selection processes to the state championship, all utilize the sporter air rifle in 3-position competition.  Precision air rifles are not allowed.  League competition, with the exception of Maui, is primarily team-based with an individual championship ending the season.

 The HHSAA championship is one of two in the U.S. that are sanctioned by the high school athletic governing body. Georgia is the only other state with a sanctioned championship.

 Shooters fire 20 record shots in each position – prone, standing and kneeling.  A perfect score is 600.  Teams are made up of four firing members from the same school.

Civilian Marksmanship Program:

It is the mission of the Civilian Marksmanship Program to promote firearm safety and marksmanship training with special emphasis on youths.  For more information on CMP, log on to www.odcmp.com.

October 26, 2010 Posted by | Air Riglery | , , | Leave a comment