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Pearl City wins HHSAA boys Bowling Championships – Top 20 Results

HSSAA Boys Individual                      
Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9    
Kailua Austin Patacsil 237 231 227 209 259 193 205 184 195 1940  
Kalani Aaron Yamamoto 188 193 209 211 153 162 214 279 254 1863  
PC Nicholas Azumi 206 255 186 193 229 189 165 226 214 1863  
Mililani Kyle Ortiz 180 239 169 214 197 164 200 178 267 1808  
KSK Bradley Doi 203 279 205 173 223 173 189 199 149 1793  
Kauai Tevin Nakashima 203 155 219 228 225 191 222 172 171 1786  
Maryknoll Gabriel Fukumoto 177 212 203 192 167 204 239 188 200 1782  
Mililani Kenton Soares 235 185 193 193 183 185 149 231 196 1750  
PC Evan Hayashi 180 197 195 177 210 235 171 167 208 1740  
Maryknoll Tyler Edrada 189 244 182 146 234 187 184 172 195 1733  
Mckinley Leland Akau Jr. 174 196 181 178 165 189 210 214 220 1727  
PC Kevin Oshiro 223 155 189 221 170 206 200 189 174 1727  
PC Derek Suefuji 223 190 180 173 236 167 197 162 198 1726  
Kalani Jonathan Nakagawa 214 183 190 206 174 150 194 235 167 1713  
Iolani Tyler Ushio 182 190 189 213 181 207 168 214 168 1712  
Damien Jordan Murai 216 223 169 157 194 147 233 190 181 1710  
Mililani Cody Wilcher 215 165 199 203 203 166 189 176 179 1695  
PC Jonathan Carino 188 161 162 139 195 201 222 237 184 1689  

 

TEAM FINALS 1) Pearl City    2)  Mililani    3) Kalani     4) HBA    5) Baldwin   6) Iolani   7) Waiakea   8) Kauai

October 29, 2010 Posted by | bowling | , , , , | 1 Comment

Mililani & Kapolei Lead HHSAA Bowling after day 1 – Top 20 Results

HSSAA Boys Individual                    
Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  
Kailua Austin Patacsil 237 231 227 209 259 193       1356
PC Nicholas Azumi 206 255 186 193 229 189       1258
KAM-K Bradley Doi 203 279 205 173 223 173       1256
Kauai Tevin Nakashima 203 155 219 228 225 191       1221
Waimea Chase Ueno 198 176 168 234 205 219       1200
PC Evan Hayashi 180 197 195 177 210 235       1194
Maryknoll Tyler Edrada 189 244 182 146 234 187       1182
Mililani Kenton Soares 235 185 193 193 183 185       1174
PC Derek Suefuji 223 190 180 173 236 167       1169
PC Kevin Oshiro 223 155 189 221 170 206       1164
Mililani Kyle Ortiz 180 239 169 214 197 164       1163
Iolani Tyler Ushio 182 190 189 213 181 207       1162
Moanalua William Taliaferro 202 185 225 180 168 202       1162
Maryknoll Gabriel Fukumoto 177 212 203 192 167 204       1155
Mililani Cody Wilcher 215 165 199 203 203 166       1151
Leilehua Sean Johnson 211 235 214 152 143 181       1136
Roosvelt Travis Lee 191 234 192 149 179 175       1120
Mililani William Gaul 162 167 235 182 181 192       1119
HSSAA Girls Individual                    
Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
Kapolei Shaianne Yockman 190 194 208             592
Kalaheo Tammi Sakaguchi 183 203 202             588
Leilehua Jenna Arcedo 171 232 173             576
Aiea Ariel Pang 168 211 192             571
Kapolei Valerie Ibarra 174 191 205             570
Kalaheo Kristi Sakaguchi 168 202 197             567
PC Alera Chock 178 163 213             554
Kauai Darcie Vea 189 204 160             553
St Andrews Sharyn Miyaji 171 167 212             550
PC Brianna Nakamura 191 176 178             545
Kauai Kelsey Cadiente 194 158 191             543
HBA Amanda Lac 183 175 185             543
Maui Lynnze Lynch 166 176 200             542
Hilo Kylie Fujiyashi 175 212 152             539
Mililani Breanne Hew 159 246 130             535
Kalani Brianne Yamada 152 165 209             526
Kapolei Christalynn Bonafacio 134 182 208             524
KSK Lauren Chun 199 194 129             522

 

Mililani leads the boys while Kapolei leads the girls after day one in team standings

October 28, 2010 Posted by | bowling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Bowling Championships on Kauai

BILLY TEES

BOWLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

October 28-29, 2010 – LIHUE BOWLING CENTER

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE    Thursday, October 30, 2008

7:45 a.m. Opening Ceremony 8:00-11:00 a.m. Boys I   11:00 a.m. Break 11:15 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Boys II

2:15 p.m. Break  2:45-5:45 p.m. Girls I 5:45 p.m. Break  6:00-9:00 p.m. Girls II

Friday, November 2

8:30-11:00 a.m. Boys III  11:00 a.m. Break 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Girls III Awards ceremony to follow 20-30

Minutes after end of last session

LEAGUE REPRESENTATION

BOYS GIRLS OIA 32 32 ILH 22 22 BIIF 13 14  MIL 7 6 KIF 6 6    TOTAL 80 80

The Hawaii High School Athletic Association and title sponsor Billy Tees will hold the 37th annual high school bowling state

championships, Oct. 28-29, 2010, at Lihue Bowling Center on the island of Kauai.

MEDIA CONTACT:

HHSAA Bowling Coordinator Jared Kaufmann will be the on-site contact for results. All other inquiries should be directed to

Natalie Iwamoto, HHSAA Director of Information at (808) 587- 4495 or by e-mail at iwamoto@hhsaa.org.

RESULTS:

Results will be available on the HHSAA website, http://www.sportshigh.com, following each day of the tournament.

TOURNAMENT PROCEDURE:

On the first day of competition, the boys and girls shall bowl six games in two consecutive sessions of three games each.

A break will be given between each three game session.

October 26, 2010 Posted by | bowling | , , | Leave a comment