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King’s Swim from Kailua-Kona, July 7, 2012 – TOP 3

King’s Swim  1.2-mile swim held Saturday July 7, 2012  in Kailua-Kona

Overall male 1 Peter Parisi 23:16  2 Darren Phelan 23:18  3 Nathaniel Goodale 23:32

10-and-under male  1 Weylin Foo 28:41  2 Silas Wiley 31:3 3 Duke Becker 38:17

11-14 male  1 Shane/buddy Rose 26:23   2 Danny Konishi 26:40  3 Johan VanBakel 27:15

15-18 male   1 Sonny Hapgood 23:35    2 Jordan Kamimura 24:18   3 Adam Hill 24:38

19-24 male  1 Ryan K Saunders 24:09  2 Evan Uy 26:2    3 Anthony Ganuelas 32:14

25-29 male  1 Greg McKenna 28:56   2 Nicholas Takamine 30:51    3 Cory McCkrd 31:04

30-34 male   1 Justin Pierce 30:40  2 Elijah McDauniel 31:13   3 Kristopher Whiting 36:53

35-39 male  1 Jeff Maki 25:12    2 Dave Fediuk 29:24    3 Michael DeCarli 34:31

40-44 male   1 Trent Fischer 25:55   2 Jano Soto 26:42   3 Erik Guldhav 29:03

45-49 male   1 Mark Noetzel 24:51    2 Jerry Bess 26:38   3 Jason Nixon 27:59

50-54 male   1 Colin Mustoe 24:57   2 Dave Gibson 25:03   3 Derrick Monell 29:17

55-59 male   1 Ward Saunders 28:04  2 Alfred Kent 28:39   3 Robert Puaokalani 33:37

60-64 male   1 Steve Mcelrath 29:03  2 Ron Ahloy 29:4     3 Peter Boynyon 32:47

65-69 male    1 Jim Mccleery 25:00   2 Bob Smith 29:09   3 Douglas Dierenfield 34:56

70-and-over male  1 Warren Harlow 44:20  2 Mo Mathews 44:25   3 Paul Patnode 55:15

Overall female   1 Leahi Camacho 23:20   2 Alyssa Foo 23:23  3 Noelani Vargas 23:38

10-and-under female  1 Malia Dills 33:43  2 Kenya Gray 38:21  3 Kaile Dills 38:35

11-14 female    1 Madeline Foo 24:19    2 Lily Castro 26:29   3 Katie Jefferson 26:32

15-18 female   1 Madison-Gail Hauani’o 23:46  2 Cara Jernigan 24:1  3 Bhillie Luciani 24:48

19-24 female   1 Nicole Paulachak 31:42

25-29 female    1 Sarah Chang 27:13   2 Kaitlin Sanders 28:57   3 Cobey Ackerman 31:36

30-34 female   1 Andrea Lindborg 27:31  2 Lindsay Resetnikov 28:46 3 Robyn Scarth 32:14

35-39 female  1 Jen Gow 28:42   2 Rani Tanimoto 29:59   3 Sylvia Ravaglia 31:37

40-44 female  1 Aimee Kolman 25:02  2 Mary Donlevy 26:40  3 Serena Chamberlain 33:34

45-49 female  1 Christine Winn 28:53  2 Nicki Lacey-Enos 29:54   3 Lisa Youngs 30:54

50-54 female  1 Jennifer Stabrylla 27:45  2 Linda Kelley 31:40   3 Kathleen Leahy 33:54

55-59 female  1 Cookie Kimball 30:16  2 Lisa Parsell 31:47   3 Valisa Saunders 32:45

60-64 female   1 Patti Kiernan 33:54  2 Jane Dierenfield 34:53   3 Lotus Golden 36:29

65-69 female   1 Kaeti Ecker 33:51      2 Susan Lalanne 41:29

70-and-over female   1 Carol Elliott 34:02    2 Adrienne Pipes 40:27

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Alii Challenge 6 mile swim Relay Results

Alii Challenge

 Six-mile swim from Keauhou bay to Kailua pier held Sunday.

YOUTH RELAY   1. Alyssa Foo and Madison Hauanio 1:58:05

2. Nathaniel Goodale and Donna Goodale 1:59:55

3. Kelly Jernigan and Cara Jernigan 2:08:00   4. Ky Foo and Quintin Kramm 2:13:15

OPEN MIXED RELAY   1. Tanya Everts and Peter Wizinowich 2:23:50

2. Andrea Lindborg and Ricci Bezona 2:25:55   3. Dard Aller and Penei Aller 3:37:30

OPEN WOMEN’S RELAY   1. Sarah Chang and Bray Jones 2:25:50

2. Susan Lalanne and Kate Shannon 2:26:30   2. Kelly Kozar and Susan Cordell 2:31:00

3. Kaeti Ecker and Sarah Higgins 2:33:15  5. Pam Miller and Christine O’Gorman-Embernate 3:05:00

OPEN MASTERS MEN’S RELAY   1. Craig Leeper and Bill Greineisen 2:25:30

OPEN WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL    1. Alisa Prendergast 2:14:16

OPEN MEN’S INDIVIDUAL  1. Ken Fish 2:28:30   2. Rick Rubio 2:33:30

August 18, 2011 Posted by | Swimming in Hawaii | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hapuna Roughwater Swim Results – all 251 finishers

Academy Swim Club and Academy Masters Swim Team are pleased to announce the
results of the 34th Annual Hapuna Rough Water 1 mile swim.

Beautiful weather and ideal racing conditions were on hand for the 251 swimmers
who challenged the course. In a tough battle for first place, Kai Foo (Kailua
Kona), edged Sean Domingo (Toronto, Canada) by two tenths of a second to take
the title. Foo’s time was 17:46.23 to Domingo’s 17:46.44.  On the women’s side,
Alyssa Foo (Kailua Kona) took the top honors and came in 4th overall. She held
off a strong surge by Noe Vargas (Waimea) who came in a respectable 5th overall. 

Mo Mathews

      Big Island Sports Hall of Fame Member, Mo Mathews (84 years old) of Honoka'a,
swam the course just as he did back in the original race held in 1976.

Finish First Last Age    

Time

1

Ky Foo

15

 

17:

46.2

2

Sean Domigo

17

 

17:

46.4

3

Nathaniel Godale

18

 

18:

10.0

4

Alyssa Foo

17

 

18:

11.1

5

Noe Vargas

20

 

18:

13.9

6

Karlyn Pipes Nielson

49

 

18:

15.7

7

Sonny Hapgood

17

 

18:

36.3

8

Madison Hauanio

15

 

18:

37.4

9

Madeiline Foo

13

 

18:

39.0

10

Jeff Maki

35

 

18:

44.6

11

Hoyt Tomoas

13

 

18:

46.6

12

Jayna Jobes

15

 

18:

50.2

13

Bhillie Luciani

16

 

18:

50.4

14

Bree Wee

31

 

18:

50.6

15

Mark Noetzel

48

 

18:

59.4

16

Malia Santos

16

 

19:

02.5

17

Aimee Kolman

41

 

19:

07.2

18

Evan Uy

18

 

19:

15.6

19

Lily Castro

12

 

19:

54.1

20

Jason Freitas

35

 

19:

59.2

21

Sunny Wakana

24

 

20:

16.6

22

Jim McCleery

65

 

20:

17.5

23

Jim Budde

65

 

20:

41.8

24

Ben Fisher

54

 

20:

42.7

25

Sarina Wyrick

14

 

20:

45.2

26

Dane Uy

15

 

20:

49.4

27

Wendy Daniel

41

 

20:

50.4

28

Paul Tucker

34

 

21:

03.3

28

Jon Berlin

38

 

21:

04.8

29

Kelsey Christopher

21

 

21:

13.1

30

Jessica Kirkwood

28

 

21:

19.4

32

Jacob Williams

15

 

21:

28.9

33

Tom Sena

62

 

21:

32.3

34

Tina Doherty

41

 

21:

35.6

35

Edward Doherty

42

 

21:

36.5

36

Marissa Bryant-Manago

14

 

21:

50.0

37

Jes’ai Kalawa

15

 

21:

50.8

38

Dylan Niau

19

 

21:

51.4

39

Anna Thomas

15

 

21:

52.3

40

Thad Calciolari

50

 

21:

52.5

41

Andrea Lindborg

33

 

21:

53.5

42

Quintin Kramm

16

 

21:

59.1

43

Chrisine Winn

45

 

22:

00.6

44

Greg Warner

52

 

22:

02.8

45

Merry Finch

56

 

22:

04.3

46

Jason Nixon

48

 

22:

05.1

47

Katie Jeffereson

13

 

22:

05.9

48

Andrew Fauth

44

 

22:

07.6

49

Robin Backhaus

56

 

22:

09.9

50

Kris Formica

39

 

22:

14.9

51

Flint Hughes

46

 

22:

24.1

52

Teagan Rutkowski

13

 

22:

28

53

Tom Hagen

59

 

22:

40.5

54

Taylor Doherty

12

 

22:

43.1

55

Dane Enos

52

 

22:

55.4

56

Chris Wyrick

19

 

23:

05.4

57

Hannah Parkin

13

 

23:

07.9

58

Brandon Peren

20

 

23:

09.4

59

Mira Chrysostomou

13

 

23:

09.9

60

Erin Foley

35

 

23:

10.9

61

David Rietow

65

 

23:

15.3

62

Ava Jean Johnston

11

 

23:

20.4

63

Bob Smith

67

 

23:

27.3

64

Bruce Walker

60

 

23:

28.0

65

Mike Lally

51

 

23:

30.0

66

Sylvia Ravaglia

34

 

23:

32.1

67

Robin Fasciano

30

 

23:

39.9

68

Jen Gow

36

 

23:

48.7

69

Wolf Lang

24

 

24:

00.6

70

Lisa Youngs

47

 

24:

01.8

71

Peter Wizinowich

55

 

24:

03.4

72

Sam Ainslie

53

 

24:

24.7

73

Todd James

42

 

24:

29.9

74

Andrea Bess

34

 

24:

31.3

75

Karly Noetzel

11

 

24:

33.1

76

Ricci Bezona

49

 

24:

37.3

77

Roland Shackelford

26

 

24:

39.1

78

Mary Spears

54

 

24:

39.4

79

Kevin Mcardle

53

 

24:

40.7

80

Linda Jane Kelly

51

 

24:

41.6

81

Isaiah Bobnar

34

 

24:

42.2

82

Valeria Sesto

38

 

24:

47.6

83

Drew McWhirter

17

 

24:

49.3

84

Ryley Sickler

17

 

24:

49.8

85

Annamari Fuls

33

 

24:

51.1

86

Spencer Jobes

12

 

24:

51.8

87

Angela Sugar

26

 

24:

53.1

88

Mark Grant

26

 

24:

55.3

89

Mark Smith

56

 

24:

57.7

90

Reiko Sekine

54

 

25:

02.3

91

Chris Why

53

 

25:

06.4

92

Stan Lee

54

 

25:

07.8

93

Ron Hogg

63

 

25:

10.0

94

Gary Myers

58

 

25:

12.1

95

Tola Mahoney

11

 

25:

23.3

96

Lauren Nickerson

26

 

25:

24.1

97

Robert Puaokalani

54

 

25:

25.1

98

Barbara Taylor

56

 

25:

26.9

99

Marc Saks

47

 

25:

27.6

100

Xanthe Smith

47

 

25:

28.3

101

Ricci Racela

43

 

25:

29.0

102

Lee Otani

57

 

25:

30.2

103

Ian Reddekopp

17

 

25:

30.3

104

Bill Sakovich

69

 

25:

34.0

105

Pamela Harlow

47

 

25:

35.8

106

Sam Martin

56

 

25:

42.0

107

Steve Dailey

57

 

25:

43.8

108

Ginger Thomas

47

 

25:

45.0

109

Aaron Castillo

33

 

25:

46.0

110

Kevin Lynch

56

 

25:

48.4

111

Jon Jokiel

46

 

25:

49.9

112

Nolan Yamaki

34

 

25:

55.7

113

Richard Ritter

57

 

25:

57.6

114

Jim Wee

40

 

25:

58.6

115

Kaeti Ecker

64

 

26:

00.1

116

Randy Wrighthouse

52

 

26:

03.3

117

Sam Wilburn

38

 

26:

05.0

118

Anonymous      

26:

06.5

119

Walt Andreae

63

 

26:

07.1

120

Beth Goodwin

53

 

26:

07.7

121

Carol Elliot

72

 

26:

08.4

122

Chris Owens

55

 

26:

09.1

123

Christian Mcardle

18

 

26:

10.6

124

Mike DeCarli

35

 

26:

11.4

125

Hannah Tomilnson

11

 

26:

13.0

126

Weylin Foo

9

 

26:

14.5

127

Jim Kraus

63

 

26:

25.2

128

Dene Sturm

47

 

26:

45.8

129

Steve Sugar

65

 

26:

51.7

130

Ed Wetherell

41

 

26:

54.8

131

Susan Nixson

43

 

27:

03.4

132

Danny Jesser

59

 

27:

04.1

133

Patti Kiernan

61

 

27:

10.2

134

Laurie Beers

57

 

27:

10.5

135

Amanda Alt

36

 

27:

16.7

136

Yanis Nora

26

 

27:

27.6

137

David Estess

64

 

27:

38.7

138

Vera Mahoney

13

 

27:

39.5

139

Rick Rubio

57

 

27:

40.6

140

Eric Mcardle

18

 

27:

44.7

141

Heidi Smith

54

 

27:

45.5

142

Peter Bresciani

62

 

27:

46.6

143

Mary Jane Ewing

61

 

27:

48.1

144

George Fry

68

 

27:

50.9

145

Chris Alex

46

 

27:

52.2

146

Mark Paschall

48

 

27:

54.8

147

Bodhi Whitmore

9

 

28:

03.5

148

Ron Whitmore

42

 

28:

04.1

149

Sarah Stuhr

29

 

28:

05.0

150

Cindy Morse

52

 

28:

12.4

151

Jessica Abner

28

 

28:

14.5

152

Richard Egley

43

 

28:

15.4

153

Randall Cavanaugh

59

 

28:

16.3

154

Peter Jefferson

53

 

28:

17.0

155

Sean Mcardle

16

 

28:

18.2

156

Kara Saunders

29

 

28:

19.7

157

Travis Obrey

39

 

28:

20.9

158

Donna Godale

57

 

28:

26.0

159

Kate Shannon

47

 

28:

32.7

160

Wilfredo Duran

38

 

28:

35.2

161

Mark Ravaglia

40

 

28:

40.8

162

Chris Wong

58

 

28:

45.8

163

Gretchen VanDerHeyden

63

 

28:

47.1

164

George Ainge

53

 

28:

54.9

165

Dennis Osier

72

 

28:

55.6

166

Scott Ferry

52

 

29:

12.8

167

Naomi Tomoinson

15

 

29:

19.4

168

Kawika Singson

48

 

29:

22.8

169

Marsha Nora

55

 

29:

25.8

170

Catherine DuBose

36

 

29:

29.3

171

Wendy Minor

66

 

29:

32.3

172

Dick Matsumoto

58

 

29:

32.8

173

Lisa Wyman

41

 

29:

34.1

174

Eva Naniole

56

 

29:

35.1

175

Lillianna Brooks

9

 

29:

36.3

176

James Sakai

55

 

29:

37.6

177

Derek Moore

39

 

29:

41.5

178

Charlie Camacho

49

 

29:

42.5

179

Becky Thurston

63

 

29:

47.3

180

Dan Berman

58

 

29:

51.8

181

Mikey Brown

33

 

30:

02.4

182

Tiffany Lindsay

34

 

30:

12.1

183

Anna Sim

56

 

30:

18.4

184

Rob Van Geen

49

 

30:

20.2

185

Hailey Yessis

9

 

30:

20.8

186

Joe Piekarski

36

 

30:

24.1

187

Mellisa Braswell

32

 

30:

26.5

188

Joe Killian

54

 

30:

27.4

189

Kathy Hasselbring

57

 

30:

28.1

190

Pam Miller

52

 

30:

29.4

191

Rodney Palafox

28

 

30:

33.1

192

Sarah Higgins

34

 

30:

33.8

193

Susan LaLanne

67

 

30:

41.3

194

Bill Greentree

54

 

30:

51.2

195

Tom Oleary

58

 

30:

54.3

196

Peaman  

47

 

31:

02.1

197

Robin Woodley

59

 

31:

08.8

198

Clem Lam

60

 

31:

13.7

199

Page Wilburn

42

 

31:

17.4

200

Kristin Bertelmann

28

 

31:

25.0

201

Kai White

38

 

31:

26.1

202

Gemma Ley

53

 

31:

27.9

203

Angee Lincoln

32

 

31:

31.0

204

Jane Freeman

52

 

31:

38.1

205

Kieba Blacklidge

52

 

31:

43.6

206

John Maure

50

 

31:

44.7

207

Nolan Chock

57

 

31:

45.7

208

Katie Schwind

25

 

31:

57.8

209

Tomas Krasuski

48

 

32:

04.1

210

Kathy Clarke

53

 

32:

18.0

211

Michael Akau

42

 

32:

45.4

212

Brian Yannutz

23

 

32:

47.2

213

Lisa Soares

49

 

33:

04.7

214

Manu Hanano

52

 

33:

08.4

215

Gary Hammond

61

 

33:

13.8

216

Susie Spielman

55

 

33:

14.7

217

Caleb Westfall

9

 

33:

16.0

218

Jack Hoyt

65

 

33:

55.2

219

Katherine Cross

51

 

34:

00.5

220

Linda Greentree

51

 

34:

25.0

221

Mark Brooks

50

 

34:

59.1

222

Sandra Haskell

49

 

35:

02.8

223

Ellen Jackson

59

 

35:

11.8

224

Mo Matthews

84

 

35:

24.0

225

Potter Swartz

64

 

35:

26.9

226

Mike Ciotti

27

 

35:

34.8

227

Jessie Veriato

55

 

35:

36.2

228

Margaret Serain

60

 

35:

37.9

229

John Miller

57

 

36:

06.1

230

Janet Lam

60

 

36:

22.6

231

Linny Vermeire

62

 

36:

24.7

232

Paul Patnode

71

 

36:

37.1

233

Robert Ewing

64

 

36:

38.4

234

Joshua Paul

28

 

36:

40.3

235

Jason Heady

40

 

37:

02.5

236

Annika Parkhurst

8

 

37:

15.6

237

Priya Rushid

18

 

37:

26.2

238

Jenna Nakao

26

 

37:

42.0

239

Duke Becker

6

 

37:

51.0

240

Nori Becker

43

 

38:

02.7

241

Sharon Cislo

60

 

38:

18.4

242

Randall Cislo

58

 

38:

18.9

243

Jake Maki

7

 

39:

15.2

244

Elizabeth Jimenez

20

 

39:

29.6

245

Jes-Tn Kalawa

35

 

40:

00.9

246

Todd Yessis

44

 

43:

39.6

247

Makena Becker

8

 

44:

58.6

248

Danny Becker

42

 

44:

59.0

249

John Hart

64

 

47:

13.7

250

Mark Jimenez

15

 

48:

27.3

251

Christine Jimenez

55

 

48:

27.6


July 3, 2011 Posted by | Swimming in Hawaii | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Kealakehe Girls Upset Waiakea in BIIF Championship Swimming

Waiakea's DQ in 200 Relay give 'Riders team victory

   Five league records fell this past weekend and the Waiakea boys and the Kealakehe girls won team titles in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation Swimming Championships from the Kona Community Aquatics Center.

   Waiakea came into the finals as the heavy favorites to win the girls crown for the second year in a row, but was upset by a determined Kealakehe squad when the Warriors suffered a disqualification in the 200 freestyle relay. 

   “It was a huge surprise for us to win the team title,” Waverider coach Steve Borowski said.  “Our girls did a great job and they performed better than expected. I believe they peaked and tapered perfectly.  The whole team did great.”

Alyssa Foo

Kealakehe was led by Alyssa Foo who came up with big wins in the 100 butterfly and the 100 backstroke (new league record 59.84 seconds), along with teammate Madison Hauanio who won the 200 Individual Medley and finished second in the 500 free.

   Foo broke the 100 back record that was set by fellow Waverider, Ashley Rose in 2001.

   “I was in a really good mood,” Foo said of her record breaking event.  “We didn’t really taper totally for the BIIF’s, so I think I can go even faster at the state championships if I continue to train hard.”

   Foo was also happy that Kealakehe regained the BIIF team title.

   “We won the team title in my freshmen and sophomore years, before losing it to Waiakea last year,” she said.  “I was happy that we could do it again in my senior year with only nine girls.”

    The public school Warrior boys pulled out a team victory over defending champions Hawaii Prep by a score of 148 to 116.

   “Our boys came through,” Waiakea coach Bill Sakovich said.  “Frank (Chi) was outstanding as usual and we got great relay races from David Sumada, Ryan Kawano, Grant Uekawa and Campbell Causey.”

   Sakovich had high praise for many of his swimmers including Causey who won the 500 freestyle and finished second in the 200 free.

   “All our kids did great and I am especially grateful to our coaches who helped us in getting these kids prepared for the finals,” Sakovich said.

   “I’m a little disappointed that we didn’t repeat for the girl’s title, but it’s a meet and anything can happen at meets,” Sakovich said.  “The Kealakehe girls did exactly what they were supposed to do and they did an excellent job.”

Logan Borowski

   In a much anticipated showdown between the best two swimmers in the 100 butterfly, Kealakehe’s Nicholas Garrett squared off against Hawaii Prep’s Logan Borowski showcasing the fastest fly stroke swimmers in the pool.

   Garrett came into the event as the two time BIIF butterfly champion and BIIF record holder, as Ka Makani junior Logan Borowski began to close in on Garrett’s record during the later part of the season.

  Borowski who had earlier in the day came away with the 50 freestyle title in a personal best time of 21.45 seconds and Garrett, the eventual winner of the 200 free, 1:46.22, met for the BIIF 100 butterfly title.

   Borowski’s winning time of 51.59 seconds eclipsed Garrett’s previous record of 52.02 set last year.

   “Nick is a really good swimmer and I knew I had to go out fast in the first 50, then try to hold him off,” Borowski said.  “I wasn’t thinking about the record as I was just trying to win the event.”

Frank Chi

Waiakea’s Frank Chi came into the finals wanting to break his own record in the  100 breaststroke for the fourth time this season. 

   Chi lowered the BIIF record to 58.7 seconds on Friday night and was determined to go even faster during the championship finals.  On Saturday the senior again rewrote the league record books by clocking in at 58.61 seconds.

    “I knew I could go hard and faster,” Chi said of his record breaking swim.  “I just pushed myself both in practice and during the meets.”

   Chi, who finished third in the state for the past two seasons in the breaststroke believes he can challenge for top honors this year.

   “I can still go faster and I believe that if I work hard I can get my time under 58 seconds,” he said.

    Ka Makani 200 boys freestyle relay team was back in the water, setting a new league record for the second time this season.  Using all juniors in Kyle Katase, Kaikea Nakachi, Ryan Ross and Logan Borowski as the anchor the HPA foursome clocked in at 1:29.35 to break their previous record of 1:29.80.

Kaikea Nakachi

“All four of us are going to swim the three relays as the state championship and we are only going to swim one individual race each,” Borowski said.  “I plan on focusing on the 50 free at states.”

   Nakachi defended his BIIF 100 backstroke title and claimed top honors in the 200 Individual Medley events.

   Waiakea’s David Sumada, the defending BIIF champion in the 200 freestyle, was upset by Garrett but later rebounded with a victory in the 100 free.

   “I’m really excited about my 100 free time,” Sumada said.  “It was my fastest time this season, 48.6 seconds, and I know this might sound silly, but before the event I thought of my coaches smile (Justin Pierce) and that helped me to swim my best.”

   Waiakea freshmen, Madisyn Uekawa became a BIIF champion in both the 100 free and 100 breaststroke.

   “I was a little nervous going into the championships, but I think I swam well and I tried my best,” Uekawa said.  “It felt good, but I think I should have gone out harder in both my races. I’m hoping I can do better at states.

   The HHSAA swim championships finals will be held at Kamehameha-Hawaii on February 13.

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BIIF Swimming Results from Kamehameha

BIIF Championships in Kona Jan 30. WHS is favored to win team titles

BIIF Swimming & Diving – 1/23/2010 

#3 Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1 KEAL-HI A 1:56.87 STAT  Foo, Alyssa Morton, Jade  Jernigan, Kelly Hauanio, Madison-Gail

2 HILO A 1:58.43 STAT  Ichinose, Sharae Tsuha, Beth  Kojiro, Emilee Carlson, Ginger

3 HPA-HI A 2:03.10 CONS  Chertavian, Aniela SO Walker, Bridget SR  Luciani, Bhillie FR Hamilton, Liz SR

4 KS-H A 2:04.89 CONS  Imoto, Paula FR Lyons, Ryenn J  Krzyska, Kiana SO Leialoha, Jessica JR

5 WAIK A 2:09.07 CONS  Chock, Kaitlyn SR Torigoe, Katie SO  Paulachak, Nicole SR Krahner, Rachelle SO

#4 Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay

1 HPA-HI A 1:40.45 STAT  Nakachi, Kaikea JR Katase, Kyle JR  Borowski, Logan JR Ross, Ryan JR

2 WAIK A 1:43.52 STAT  Chi, Peter SR Rimando, Ryan JR  Kawano, Ryan JR Uekawa, Grant JR

3 KEAL-HI A 1:46.17 STAT  Goodale, Nathaniel Uy, Dane  Foo, Ky Garrett, Nicholas

4 HPA-HI B 1:57.36 CONS  Hapgood, Sonny JR Ha, Jun SO  Ryan, Koiawe FR Dale, Austin JR

#5 Girls 200 Yard Free  1 Santos, Malia KEAL-HI 2:05.90 CONS  2 Luciani, Bhillie FRHPA-HI 2:06.43 CONS

3 Jobes, Jayna FRWAIK 2:06.90 CONS        4 Hill, Lauren SOWAIK 2:09.19 CONS

#6 Boys 200 Yard Free   1 Garrett, Nicholas KEAL-HI 1:47.78 STAT

2 Ross, Ryan JRHPA-HI 1:50.64 STAT                  3 Friend, JP KEAL-HI 1:58.93 CONS

4 Hapgood, Sonny JRHPA-HI 1:59.39 CONS

#7 Girls 200 Yard IM         1 Foo, Alyssa KEAL-HI 2:15.20 STAT

2 Hauanio, Madison- KEAL-HI 2:17.70 STAT  3 Tsuha, Beth HILO 2:20.44 STAT 4 King, Akemi FRWAIK 2:24.03 CONS

5 Morton, Jade KEAL-HI 2:24.54 CONS   6 Pitoy, Shea HILO 2:27.24 CONS

#8 Boys 200 Yard IM

1 Chi, Peter SRWAIK 2:03.62 STAT  2 Uy, Dane KEAL-HI 2:05.19 STAT  3 Nakachi, Kaikea JRHPA-HI 2:05.68 STAT

4 Causey, Campbell SOWAIK 2:09.20 CONS  5 Sumada, David SRWAIK 2:10.06 CONS  6 Goodale, Nathanie KEAL-HI 2:10.49 CONS     7 Katase, Kyle JRHPA-HI 2:10.75 CONS

#9 Girls 50 Yard Free  1 Uekawa, Madisyn FRWAIK 25.12 STAT   2 Jernigan, Kelly KEAL-HI 26.21 CONS

3 Krahner, Rachelle SOWAIK 26.43 CONS   4 Chock, Kaitlyn SRWAIK 26.50 CONS

Nicholas Garrett

#10 Boys 50 Yard Free

1 Borowski, Logan JRHPA-HI 21.64 STAT

2 Sumada, David SRWAIK 22.77 STAT

3 Rimando, Ryan JRWAIK 22.92 STAT

4 Cann, Kaiea SRKS-H 23.15 CONS

5 Uekawa, Grant JRWAIK 23.39 CONS

6 Suzuki, Kurtis CLS-HI 23.46 CONS     7 Kawano, Ryan JRWAIK 23.78 CONS     8 Takeda, Justin HILO 24.05 CONS

#11 Girls 100 Yard Fly  1 Uekawa, Madisyn FRWAIK 58.80 STAT  2 Foo, Alyssa KEAL-HI 1:01.86 STAT

3 Jernigan, Kelly KEAL-HI 1:04.15 CONS   4 Hauanio, Madison- KEAL-HI 1:06.07 CONS

 #12 Boys 100 Yard Fly  1 Borowski, Logan JRHPA-HI 52.10 STAT   2 Garrett, Nicholas KEAL-HI 52.36 STAT

3 Uekawa, Grant JRWAIK 55.71 STAT  4 Foo, Ky KEAL-HI 56.78 STAT  5 Suzuki, Kurtis CLS-HI 57.82 STAT

6 Takeda, Justin HILO 1:01.12 CONS  7 Bello, Kellen HILO 1:01.28 CONS  8 Hu, Christopher FRWAIK 1:02.19 CONS

#13 Girls 100 Yard Free  1 Santos, Malia KEAL-HI 56.80 CONS  2 Hauanio, Ashley-C KEAL-HI 58.08 CONS

3 Chock, Kaitlyn SRWAIK 58.84 CONS

#14 Boys 100 Yard Free  1 Ross, Ryan JRHPA-HI 50.69 STAT  2 Cann, Kaiea SRKS-H 51.78 CONS

#15 Girls 500 Yard Free  1 Shimizu, Rachel SOWAIK 5:14.34 STAT 2 Hauanio, Madison- KEAL-HI 5:29.90 STAT

3 King, Akemi FRWAIK 5:39.30 CONS  4 Luciani, Bhillie FRHPA-HI 5:42.97 CONS

#16 Boys 500 Yard Free 1 Foo, Ky KEAL-HI 4:57.99 STAT  2 Kawano, Ryan JRWAIK 5:15.64 CONS

3 Goodale, Nathanie KEAL-HI 5:17.24 CONS

#17 Girls 200 Yard Free Relay  1 WAIK A 1:47.67 CONS  Jobes, Jayna FR Nakamura, Kirsten FRKing, Akemi FR Chock, Kaitlyn SR

2 KS-H A 1:48.41 CONS  Imoto, Paula FR Lyons, Ryenn JR  Manoha, Nani SR Leialoha, Jessica JR

3 HILO A 1:49.07 CONS  Ichinose, Sharae Ongais, Kayla  Rowe, Charlee Carlson, Ginger

4 HPA-HI A 1:50.82 CONS  Walker, Bridget SR Hono, Phoebe JR Luciani, Bhillie FR Hamilton, Liz SR  Dockstader, Radhika  Chingee, Mariah   Gangwes, Alissa Makuakane, Alesha

#18 Boys 200 Yard Free Relay  1 HPA-HI A 1:29.80+ STAT  Katase, Kyle JR Borowski, Logan JR Nakachi, Kaikea JR Ross, Ryan JR  Tarnas, Kulan SO Wilson, Dray FR  Magoon, Carson SO White, John JR

#19 Girls 100 Yard Back 1 Foo, Alyssa KEAL-HI 1:02.55 STAT 2 Ichinose, Sharae HILO 1:03.61 STAT

3 Jernigan, Kelly KEAL-HI 1:06.32 CONS 4 Hauanio, Ashley-C KEAL-HI 1:06.57 CONS  5 Paulachak, Kara SOWAIK 1:06.65 CONS  6 Pitoy, Shea HILO 1:08.06 CONS

#20 Boys 100 Yard Back  1 Nakachi, Kaikea JRHPA-HI 54.82 STAT  2 Uy, Dane KEAL-HI 57.04 STAT

3 Hapgood, Sonny JRHPA-HI 57.48 STAT 4 Friend, JP KEAL-HI 59.82 CONS 5 Kawano, Ryan JRWAIK 1:01.96 CONS

6 Lazarus, Akahai SRHONO 1:04.24 CONS

#21 Girls 100 Yard Breast  1 Uekawa, Madisyn FRWAIK 1:08.52 STAT  2 Tsuha, Beth HILO 1:11.17 STAT

3 Shimizu, Rachel SOWAIK 1:12.73 CONS 4 Lyons, Ryenn JRKS-H 1:14.47 CONS 5 Krahner, Rachelle SOWAIK 1:15.02 CONS  6 Walker, Bridget SRHPA-HI 1:15.09 CONS

WHS Frank Chi

#22 Boys 100 Yard Breast

1 Chi, Peter SRWAIK 59.06+ STAT

2 Katase, Kyle JRHPA-HI 1:03.34 STAT

3 Suzuki, Kurtis CLS-HI 1:03.91 STAT

4 Rimando, Ryan JRWAIK 1:04.65 STAT

5 Causey, Campbell SOWAIK 1:05.76 CONS

6 Uekawa, Grant JRWAIK 1:08.10 CONS

#23 Girls 400 Yard Free Relay 1 KS-H A 4:03.01 CONS Imoto, Paula FR Krzyska, Kiana SO Manoha, Nani SR Leialoha, Jessica JR

2 WAIK A 4:14.58 CONS  Jobes, Jayna FR Shinde, Courtney SO  Paulachak, Kara SO Hill, Lauren SO

#24 Boys 400 Yard Free Relay 1 KEAL-HI A 3:24.99 STAT Uy, Dane Foo, Ky Goodale, Nathaniel Garrett, Nicholas

2 WAIK A 3:37.46 CONS  Sumada, David SR Hu, Christopher FR  Brown, Sean SO Rimando, Brandon FR

3 HPA-HI A 3:44.52 CONS Dale, Austin JR Ryan, Koiawe FR  Ha, Jun SO Hapgood, Sonny JR

4 HILO A 3:45.43 CONS  O’Keefe, Kaden Weller, Kepa  Bello, Kellen Takeda, Justin

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