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HHSAA Cross-Country Team Scoring

Mililani cross country team

Mililani girls finish HHSAA in second place behind Punahou

*********** TEAM SCORE BOYS **********

  1. Kamehameha-Kapalama       
            2   10   11   15   18  (19) (35) =    56
         Jordan Thibodeau, Jordan Kahawai, Isaiah Sato, Alex Ortega, Zack Sainz,
         Daniel Kaneko, Caleb Achuela
  2. Punahou                   
            4    8   16   25   32  (48) (54) =    85
         Nikolai Scharer, Ian Terayama, Jon Hunter III, Shane Endicott,
         Anderson Ko, Ryan Lau, Sam Gill
  3. Iolani                    
            3    7   14   31   39  (43) (62) =    94
         Troy Esaki, Justin Higa, Borys Pleskacz, Rory Zia, Andrew Ellison,
         Kasey Chun, Daniel Luke
  4. Maui High                 
            6    9   27   28   37  (51) (75) =   107
         Rocky Balala, Nicola Perez-Garreaud, Jestoni Ganotisi, Caxious
         Florendo-Bourne, Angelito Cuaresma, Terrance Sayers, Tyler Alfante
  5. Leilehua                  
            1   20   22   29   52  (60)      =   124
         Margarito Martinez, Micah Velasco, Dylan Martinez, Evan Igarashi,
         Branden Miya, Michael McCaffery
  6. Honokaa                   
           12   23   30   53   65  (72) (85) =   183
         Chris Mosch, Joshua Robinson, Geo Chavez-Pardinin, Chayce Moniz, Dylan
         Shiraki, Brandon Mah, Josh Tobias
  7. Pearl City                
           33   40   41   44   47  (58) (64) =   205
         Casey Ryan, Royce Ramos, Zachary Villarmia, Patrick Enriquez, David
         Obatake, Cedric Sarsfield-Barin, Brandon Tsuha
  8. Castle                    
            5   17   56   59   68            =   205
         Eric Pak, Dylan Lee, Bryson Deguchi, Nolan Koyamatsu, Tyler Kon
  9. Hawaii Baptist Academy    
           13   34   49   61   66  (71)      =   223
         Chad Nakaoka, Kelvin Abe, Matt Johnson, Sean Mickelson, Wyland Luke,
         Brent Wakuzawa
 10. Kapolei                   
           21   36   42   70   77            =   246
         Basem (Sammy) Khamis, Nathan Shirey, Gianni Cuadrado, Nikolao Wendt,
         Gregory Ching
 11. Molokai                   
           24   46   57   63   86  (88)      =   276
         Alvin Ringor, Kevin Dudoit, Akona Adolpho, Julien Bumatay, Isreal
         Adolpho, Kailen Inouye
 12. Waiakea                   
           26   50   55   76   79  (81) (84) =   286
         Jackson Halford, Kaimi Scott, Grank Chi, Robby Meguro, Williamson
         Marshal, Dayton Manuel, Keoni Rice
 13. Kapaa                     
           38   67   69   74   87            =   335
         Riley Cox, Maximilian Drubba, Brycen Phillips, Micah Domingcil, Makana
         Weiss
 14. Kea’au                    
           45   73   78   80   82  (83)      =   358
         Shannon White, Kevin Olsen, Samuel Umayas, James Clubbs, Shawn Andy
         Andrada, Makaala Lum Ho

********** TEAM SCORE GIRLS**********

  1. Punahou                   
            1   10   11   17   23  (36) (39) =    62
         Elli Brady, Kyleigh Mann, Julia Brand, Jaime Durso, Kacie Won, Monica
         Woolley, Kara Tsuzaki
  2. Mililani                  
            3    4    5   25   33  (37) (51) =    70
         Gabriella Jenkins, Kristin Ali Keith, Kimberly Pugliese, Courtney
         Garner, Taylor Sinn, Taylor Suwa, Arielle Uejo
  3. Kamehameha-Kapalama       
            7   18   21   28   31  (41) (47) =   105
         Jessica Johnson, Noelani Mikami, Awapuhi Lee, Liana Dollar, Cyan Agena,
         Jade Alohikea, Morgan Kimura
  4. Hawaii Preparatory Academy
           12   16   22   38   53  (60) (70) =   141
         Kela Vargas, Emily Evans, Zoe Sims, Melanie Ulrich, Samantha Neal,
         Hana Scully, Phoebe Hono
  5. Iolani                    
            8    9   13   50   62  (67)      =   142
         Kelli Morrissey, Jenna Wong, Breanne Ball, Phoebe Jordan, Valerie Pyun,
         Chaynna Guinto
  6. Hawaii Baptist Academy    
           19   20   29   43   56  (72) (76) =   167
         Tia Nakashima, Heidi Nicholls, Chelsea Chan, Aimee Uyehara, Jamie
         Takushi, Kimberly Au, Shelby Tanaka
  7. Seabury Hall              
            2   34   40   46   49  (79) (85) =   171
         Hailey Grossman, Justine Malek, Lea Lundblad, Cady Cadiz, Christie
         Haines, Roxanne Gaedeke, Taylor Hori
  8. Maui High                 
           15   26   42   48   52  (66) (91) =   183
         Shannon Whener, Rachel Yadao, Sheyenne Machida, Lyssa Freitas, Briana
         Garalde, Danzen May Llaneza, Sarah Yadao
  9. Leilehua                  
           14   24   35   57   61  (80)      =   191
         Kelsey Waters, Rachel Morihara, Rhiannon Cleveland, Kayleigh Waters,
         Jessica Piatt, Shelby Hill
 10. Honokaa                   
            6   30   68   75   88  (90) (92) =   267
         Tialana Greenwell, Athena Oldfather, Katherine Aguilar, Monica Carlos,
         Kim Kishimoto, Kelly Ann Greenwell, Jenna Matsumura
 11. Roosevelt                 
           27   44   63   69   73  (83)      =   276
         Lauren Watanabe, Jessica Yukawa, Lynn Le, Corynne Umeda, Maya Shishido,
         Kelcie Namba
 12. Hilo High                 
           32   45   58   81   82  (86) (89) =   298
         Shalila De Bourmont, Traci Palmero, Bree Delacruz, Raycee Cooke, Kadey
         Chambless, Lauren Kerr, Karina Lawrence
 13. Baldwin                   
           54   55   65   71   77  (84)      =   322
         Ellissa Bio, Eunice Park, Bree Yokouchi, Christina Wine, Lindsey
         Miyamoto, Terah Summers
 14. Kauai High                
           59   64   74   78   87            =   362
         Kendall Andersland, Cinzia Bruno, Melissa Raisa Carlos, Ashley
         Schnackenberg, Christina Pearson

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October 31, 2009 Posted by | Events, High School Runners | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Best Public Cross-Country Teams in HHSAA

Mililani Girls Team on of the best in HHSAA

Mililani Girls Team one of the best in HHSAA

We all know that the best cross-country teams are in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu, with the private school dominance of the Kamehameha and Iolani boys and Punahou and Iolani girls.

Honokaa boys should finish in top 5
Honokaa boys should finish in top 5

But what public schools produce the best cross-country teams?  Leileihua boys were dominate in 2008 and are expected to be somewhere in the top 5 this year, along with Honokaa.

   On the girls side it is Mililani that will challenge Punahou for top team honors come October 31 at Island Schools on Kauai.

   Any other public schools expected to break into the HHSAA top 5?    

   Mililani Head Coach, Nathan Aragaki, and his staff not only have an awesome harrier program they also have a great website.  Check out http://geocities.com/milhsxc/.

October 20, 2009 Posted by | High School Runners | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment