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BIIF Wrestling – Eastside photo’s & Westside results

Wrestling photo's by Charles Aina, Jr.Eastside match 1/9/10

                       

Eastside match 1/9/10

Girls108-   1st- Alexandra Aoki-Konawaena 2 pins    2nd-Mindy Lorance-Kealakehe 1 pin   3rd-Kela Vargas-HPA

114-1st-Jolynn Kahala-Minczer-Kealakehe 1 pin  2nd-Danielle Hubbard-Konawaena   3rd-Carly Ann Guia-Honokaa

120-        1st-Sheri Lo-Honokaa 1 pin                2nd-Marie Donahue-HPA 1 pin             3rd-Jodi Ozaki-Kealakehe

130-  1st- Melissa Dumaguin-Konawaena 1 pin  2nd-Heather Sugimoto-Honokaa 1 pin  

                                                   3rd- Ashley Potter-Honokaa 1 pin

140-  1st-Sheyenne Lorenzo-Hoover-Honokaa 2 pins  2nd-Hokulani Reyes-Konawaena 2 pins

                                                3rd-Jade Perreira-Honokaa 1 pin

155-   1st-Hanna Luepkes-Honokaa 2 pins        2nd-Jasmine Crank-Kealakehe

175-  1st-Jessica Muskat-Honokaa 3 pins  2nd-Joslynn Kahala-Minczer-Kealakehe 1 pin  3rd-Stacie Doi-HPA 1 pin

photo by Charles Aina, Jr.

Boys
108-1st-Warren Buenavista-Konawaena 1 pin
2nd-Max Hirata-HPA   3rd-Dylan Raiano-Konawaena

114-  1st-Sage Aoki-Konawaena 1pin
2nd-Justin Raymond-Konawaena 1 pin     3rd-Dan Gampon-Kealakehe 1 pin

125-  1st-Jarrad Kuwana-Kealakehe 1 pin
2nd- Russ Hapgood-HPA 1 pin
3rd-Cowyn Fong-Feliciano-Honokaa

135-   1st-Dillon Cortes-Kealakehe 2 pins
2nd-Justin Tanaka-Kealakehe 1 pin
3rd-Kevin Antolin-1 pin

140-  1st- Jimmy Romualdo-Konawaena 2 pins  2nd- Beau Lopez-Honokaa 1 pin 3rd-Kahea Cacoulidis-Kealakehe 1 pin

145-  1st- Bronson Kobayashi-HPA 3 pins      2nd-Allen Chase-Honokaa 1 pin   3rd-Zoey Sandlin-Kohala 1 pin

152-  1st-Keoni Colson-HPA 3 pins  2nd-Dwane Tegman-Honokaa 1 pin   3rd- RJ Espejo-Laupahoehoe 1 pin

160-  1st-Grayson Graham-HPA 2 pins  2nd-Duke Akiona-Konawaena 1 pin  3rd- Charles Mendoza-Konawaena 2 pins

171-  1st- Geo Chavez Pardini-Honokaa 3 pins  2nd-Max Verbrugge-HPA 1 pin    3rd-Kimo Louis-Kealakehe

189-  1st-Kaimana Lutey-Honokaa 2 pins   2nd-Troy Choi-HPA-2 pins    3rd- Chris Park-Kealakehe

215-  1st-Onipa’a Stevens-HPA      2nd-Tim Ekert-Kealakehe 1 pin      3rd- Kawika Scott and Keala Freehauf-Konawaena both with 2 pins

285-         1st- Jordan Ha’o-Kealakehe 1 pin                 2nd- Chris Reed-Honokaa

More information can be found on BIIF Eastside matches by going to: https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2010/01/10/aina-family-rules-wrestling-mat/

January 12, 2010 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

37 BIIF Wrestlers Go Undefeated in Season Opener

Wally Nakashima and his Konawaena Wildcats played hosted to a long day of competitive prep wrestling in the Big Island Interscholastic Federation season opener this past Saturday.

“Wally (Nakashima) did a great job in hosting the tournament,” HPA coach, Gary Jarvill said.  “Everything ran smoothly and most of the kids got in three matches.”

Ka Makani wrestlers Jonny Chute, 140, Bronson Kobaysashi, 145, Keoni Colson, 152, and Onipa’a Stevens, 215, all went a perfect 3-0 on the mat.

HPA’s Max Verbrugge, fresh off the football team, went 2-1 on the day and Jarvill had high praise.  “Max didn’t get in much practice and I believe he’ll be one of the top three BIIF wrestlers at 171 by the end of the season,” Jarvill said.

Jarvill was also impressed with two of his girls, senior Marie Donohue, 120, who went 2-1 and freshman Leila Wong, 130, finished that day at 1-1.

“We have a lot of kids who are off island and still on winter break,” Jarvill said.  “Next week we should have everyone back at practice.”

Honokaa was missing their top wrestler during the season opener in Geo Chavez-Pardini, but it didn’t stop the Dragons from getting stellar performances from a number of their youngsters.

“We had five boys going undefeated,” Dragon coach, Dan Whetstone said.  Honokaa saw perfection at the 171 weight class with Noa Eads, Preston Cawagas and Chris Camero all going a perfect 3-0.   Teammates Chris Reed went 2-0 in the heavyweight division and Kalai Niau went 3-0 at 189.

Whetstone was most impressed with Niau’s win over Kealakehe’s Kimo Louis.  “Kalai outpointed Kimo Louis to avenge the loss he suffered in the semifinals at last year’s BIIF championships,” Whetstone said.

For the girls Honokaa saw all six of their seniors going 2-1 while having junior Jessica Muskat going a perfect 2-0.

“Jessica is very athletic and has a great work ethic.  I think she is the girl to beat in the 175 weight class,” Whetstone said.

Coach Whetstone believes that the girl’s match of the day was between Dragon Heather Sugimoto and HPA’s Marie Donahue in the 120 class.  Sugimoto was behind on points when she reversed the situation and pinned Donahue.

“It was a great way for us to start the season,” Whetstone said of the season opener.

Kealakehe had perfect records from Jodi Ozaki (2-0) at 120 pounds, with boys Robin Arellano (3-0) and Ralph Ortega (3-0) both in the 108 weight class and Dillon Cortes (2-0) at 130. “Our kids wrestled hard this weekend and I’m really proud of their performance,” ‘Rider coach, Michael Ciotti said.

“It still early in the season and we still have a lot of things we need to work on.  We don’t have a lot of depth, but we’ll be able to move kids around to fill all or most of the weight classes by the end of the season,” Ciotti said.

The Kamehameha girls, who are considered by many to be the team to beat this season, had great performances from Tehani Jones (2-0 and only a freshman) at 98, Megan Aina (2-1) at 103, Rustee-Ann Johansson (3-0) at 140 and Chantel Pohina (3-0) at 155.

Warrior boys also notched season opening perfect records with Nalu Souza (2-0) at 120, Jason Fowler-Fernandez (3-0) at 152 and C.J. Matsuyama (2-0) at 160.

“This past weekend was one of mixed emotions, as a coach we like to see the hard work pay off in our younger wrestlers and the sense of achievement in their faces,” Kamehameha coach, Marlon Miller said.

Megan Aina suffered her first loss of the season after winning both her matches at 103 Aina was moved into the higher weight class to meet Kona’s Alexandra Aoki.

“I had mentioned to Megan (Aina) that if she wants to be the best she needs to wrestle the best.  Aoki is definitely one of the best in the state and she was able to pin Megan in the second round,” Miller said.

Kamehameha’s Justin Hirae, the two time BIIF champion, also suffered his first loss of the young season, dropping a match to Alex Aoki’s brother, Sage, by a close 9-7 score.

Miller also had high praise for sophomores Fowler-Fernandez and Matsuyama.  “Both Jason and C.J. has a rough freshmen year, paying their dues as we like to say.  C.J. went his entire freshman year without a victory.  Both young men persevered and trained diligently and this weekend it all paid off,” Miller said.

Other BIIF wrestlers having perfect opening day records were:

Konawaena’s Alexandra Aoki and Danielle Hubbard (114) each going 3-0 with 2 pins along with teammates Melissa Dumaguin, 125, Tanalei Louis, 130, both perfect at 2-0.

For the Wildcat boys Sage Aoki (3-0) and Justin Raymond (2-0) were flawless in the 114 classes and Kawika Scott (3-0) at 215.

Waiakea’s Tracy Poch, (2-0) at 175, with boys Ryan Tampon, (1-0) at 135, and Micah Kekela (3-0) at 215.

Keaau boys Cheyden Quiocho (3-0) at 130 and Cougar teammate Jeremiah Santana (2-0) at 160 were perfect.

Hilo boys Kelton Castagnetti (3-0) at 130, Draven Torres (3-0) at 140, Jens Beets (3-0) at 145, and Justin Branco (3-0) at 152 stayed unblemished.    

Kau had Keani Mello go 2-0 as she won both by pin at the 220 class.

Kona Coach, Wally Nakashima, provided the names and weight classes of those wrestlers with perfect records.

January 5, 2010 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

BIIF Wrestlers Show Promise at Maui Invitational

Kamehameha's Megan Aina wins gold at 103

For four decades the Maui Invitational Wrestling Tournament has been the testing grounds for up and coming prep athletes wishing to hone their skills and this past weekend Kamehameha’s Megan Aina made her mark.

Aina, the defending Big Island Interscholastic Federation champion at 98 pounds, moved up a weight class to 103 and took on some of the states best.

 “I had three matches and I won my first two by pin,” Aina said.  “I used a head snap to get them off balance in the pins which helped me make it into the finals.”

In the finals Aina went against Pac 5 wrestler, Chloe Nagasawa, and won on points, 15-1.  “I got most of my points for attempting to pin her on three separate occasions,” Aina said.  “She avoided the pin by using bridges.”

After winning the BIIF championships last year at 98 pounds Aina is now faced with figuring out which weight class to compete in as her current weigh is 100 pounds.

“This year I need to decide whether to go with 98 or up to 103 and I’ve been debating the pros and cons,” she said.

 “Kamehameha took ten wrestlers to Maui, five boys and five girls,” Warrior coach, Marlon Miller said.  “We took some of our more experienced wrestlers to Maui as the cost of travel is expensive and we weren’t able to take everyone.”

Three of Miller’s wrestlers made it into the finals at Maui with Nalu Kekona Souza, 120 lbs., and Kaopua Sutton, 220, taking second place, and Aina, a sophomore, taking top honors.

Aina with coach, Marlon Miller….photo’s by Charles Aina

Kamehameha expected senior Kaopua Sutton to compete in the 175 weight class, but Sutton missed weight by three tenths of a pound and was forced to compete in the heavier division.

“We thought Kaopua had a good chance to win at 175, but at weigh ins she was at 175.3 and needed to be bumped up into the higher weight division,” Miller said.

“We have a very young team this year with fifty percent of our squad being first year wrestlers.  I’m excited to see how they’ll do this year and I’ve noticed that they are very eager to learn,” Miller said.

Twenty seven schools were represented at the Maui Invitational which brought in a total of 289 wrestlers.

Kamehameha-Big Island had the highest team finish of any BIIF girl’s teams, placing third overall with only five competitors.

Other BIIF girls making it into the finals were:

Kealakehe’s Jodi Ozaki won the 120 division beating out Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Marie Donahue in the finals.

Konawaena’s Alexandra Aoki (108) and teammate Danielle Hubbard (114) both made it into the finals and took the runner-up spots in the tournament.

For the boys Honokaa’s Geo Chavez-Pardini (160) and Kona’s Jimmy Romualdo (135) captured tournament titles.

Chavez-Pardini is only a junior and is a two time BIIF champion who won the title as a freshman in the 140 class, as a sophomore in the 152 bracket and now is competing at 160.

During the two day tournament on Maui Chavez-Pardini had three matches winning all by pin.  “I won my first match in the second round with a chicken wing, half-nelson,” Chavez-Pardini said.  “My second match lasted 20 something seconds and I won it using a cradle with a leg.”

In the championship round Chavez-Pardini went against Eric Roth of Mililani and managed to pin his opponent in the first round using a cradle move.

“I think we (Honokaa) have a pretty strong team this year that can compete well in the heavy and lighter weight division,” he said. 

Chavez-Pardini stumbled upon wrestling in his freshman year when he tore his rotator cuff prior to the football season.  “I was out the entire freshman football season and decided to try wrestling during the off season,” Chavez-Pardini said.  “It was a fluke that I happened to find something that I’m good at and now my entire focus is on doing well at wrestling.”

Second place medals were awarded to Hilo’s Wong Ly (140), Kealakehe’s Ralph Ortega (108) and Dillon Cortes (130) along with Honokaa’s Preston Cawagas (171).

Honokaa led the BIIF boy’s teams finishing 8th overall.  “We took 12 boys in seven weight divisions and I thought we did really well on Maui,” Dragon coach, Dan Whetstone said.

“Our team exceeded my expectations and they could be one of the best teams in the BIIF, if not the best,” Whetstone said.

Eight BIIF schools made the journey to the Valley Island to go against some of the best grapplers in the state.

Lahainaluna won the boys overall team title and Punahou captured the girl’s crown.

Coach Marlon Miller of Kamehameha recorded all the BIIF wrestlers that made the finals during the Maui Tournament.

December 15, 2009 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

BIIF Cross-Country Championships – Open Results

Boys Open Race

Boys Open Race

Kamehameha Schools-Hawaii Campus                           HY-TEK’s Meet Manager
                BIIF 2009 Cross-Country Championship – 10/24/2009                
                        Kamehameha Schools HawaiI Campus                        
                                  Keaau, Hawaii                                 
                              Last Completed Event                              

Event 1  Boys 3 Mile Run CC Open
=======================================================================         
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
=======================================================================         
  1 Marshall, Williamson       9 Waiakea High School   19:50.19    1            
  2 Haasenritter, Kawika      11 Kamehameha HI         20:04.44    2            
  3 Yoda, Ryuta                9 H P A                 20:12.03    3            
  4 Chock, Nicholas           10 H P A                 20:21.71    4            
  5 Memmer, Luke              10 Hilo High School      20:33.06    5            
  6 DuVoisin, David           11 Kamehameha HI         20:40.17    6            
  7 Hon, Kimo                 11 Parker High School    20:53.47    7            
  8 Rogerson, Michael         10 H P A                 20:58.91    8            
  9 DeRego, Theodore          10 Kamehameha HI         21:01.73    9            
10 Sanches, Pedro             9 Honokaa High School   21:04.87   10            
11 Weiss, Sai                12 Hilo High School      21:10.60   11            
12 Severino, Michael         11 H P A                 21:16.80   12            
13 Hirae, Justin             11 Kamehameha HI         21:20.15   13            
14 Alviento, Davin            9 Keaau High School     21:21.81   14            
15 Villegas, Abraham          9 Hilo High School      21:24.23   15            
16 Matsuda, Kyle             10 H P A                 21:27.29   16            
17 Sanstrom, Owen             9 Waiakea High School   21:35.16   17            
18 Iha, Randall              10 Hilo High School      21:40.90   18            
19 Alip, Dylan               10 Kamehameha HI         21:48.97   19            
20 Magoon, Carson            10 H P A                 21:51.89   20            
21 Pavao, Wayne              11 Keaau High School     21:53.72   21            
22 Uemura, Ryne              11 Waiakea High School   21:56.09   22            
23 Phenicie, Kekoa            9 Keaau High School     22:03.77   23            
24 Yamamoto, Mattew           9 Kamehameha HI         22:08.74   24            
25 Wills, Joseph              9 Waiakea High School   22:13.52   25            
26 Christensen, Hunter       11 Kamehameha HI         22:16.34   26            
27 Matias, Greg              10 Keaau High School     22:19.31   27            
28 McAuliffe, Stephen        11 Waiakea High School   22:21.10   28            
29 Hart, Nainoa              10 Kamehameha HI         22:21.79                 
30 Burns, Jesse               9 Parker High School    22:22.57   29            
31 Fernandez-Rowland, Jason  10 Kamehameha HI         22:30.83                 
32 Shibata, Tyler            10 Waiakea High School   22:36.65   30            
33 Whalen, Paul              11 Makua Lani            22:36.87   31            
34 Tada, Dallas               9 Kamehameha HI         22:39.69                 
35 Johnston, McCrae          11 Parker High School    22:40.18   32            
36 Yamamoto, Caden           11 Waiakea High School   22:45.03   33            
37 Kuriyama, Michael         11 Parker High School    22:45.56   34            
38 Chavez, Joey              12 H P A                 22:45.94   35            
39 Chun, Brandon             10 Waiakea High School   22:49.90                 
40 Meyers, Brandon            9 Kamehameha HI         22:51.22                 
41 Cristobal, Ian            11 Waiakea High School   22:52.87                 
42 Tanimoto, Easten          10 Kamehameha HI         22:54.16                 
43 Guillermo, Alexander       9 Waiakea High School   22:54.70                 
44 Nearman, Israel           10 Parker High School    23:04.27   36            
45 Douglas, Keanu            10 Kamehameha HI         23:07.96                 
46 Kasberg, Evan              9 Parker High School    23:14.16   37            
47 Yoshida, Tristan          11 Waiakea High School   23:19.95                 
48 Mirandi, Kahi             11 Hilo High School      23:20.82   38            
49 Baring-Brown, Darrel      12 Keaau High School     23:32.21   39            
50 Ogawa, Rogan              10 Kamehameha HI         23:32.58                 
51 Murayama, Garry           11 Waiakea High School   23:37.20                 
52 Souza, Ethan              11 Honokaa High School   23:45.29   40            
53 Hashimoto, Trent          10 Hilo High School      23:50.33   41            
54 Aiu, Kamanao              10 Kamehameha HI         23:52.65                 
55 Kackley, Jacob            10 Kamehameha HI         24:01.53                 
56 Freitas, Keenan            9 C L A                 24:19.69                 
57 Nishina, Aaron            12 H P A                 24:20.20                 
58 Chai, Zachary             10 Kamehameha HI         24:21.50                 
59 Heinicke, Kaimana         10 Honokaa High School   24:22.64   42            
60 McAuliffe, Chris           9 Waiakea High School   24:44.87                 
61 Nearman, Josh             10 Parker High School    24:52.31   43            
62 Parker, Landru            12 Keaau High School     24:56.17   44            
63 Nakamura, Tyler           10 Makua Lani            25:07.77   45            
64 Mabuni, Damian            12 Makua Lani            25:15.55   46            
65 Poai, Po’okela             9 Makua Lani            25:18.69   47            
66 Dudoit, Marcus            10 Hilo High School      25:21.19   48            
67 Nomura, Joe               10 H P A                 25:29.60                 
68 Matias, Riston            10 Honokaa High School   25:31.96   49            
69 Takato, Hirohisa           9 Hilo High School      25:32.16                 
70 Keaunui, Kaulana          11 Pahoa High School     25:36.99                 
71 Sullivan, William         12 Pahoa High School     25:37.22                 
72 Kerr, Max                  9 Hilo High School      25:38.19                 
73 Wilkes, Mason             10 Honokaa High School   25:42.76   50            
74 Mateo, Kaeo                9 Waiakea High School   25:46.02                 
75 Dipert, Josh              12 Pahoa High School     25:50.48                 
76 Akao, Bishop               9 Kamehameha HI         25:54.55                 
77 Ching, Jevin               9 H P A                 25:59.06                 
78 Cueresma, Jesse           11 Makua Lani            26:18.12   51            
79 Keller, Gabe                 Honokaa High School   26:20.17   52            
80 Bowers, Matthew           10 Kau High School       26:39.55                 
81 Charbonneau, Charlie       9 Parker High School    26:59.85                 
82 Nako, Patrick             12 Kohala High School    27:10.70                 
83 Kawakami, Dustin           9 Keaau High School     27:17.68   53            
84 Shaw, Anthony             10 Honokaa High School   27:41.27   54            
85 Kang, Maverick            12 Kamehameha HI         27:58.51                 
86 Mizuba, Darwin            10 Waiakea High School   28:28.59                 
87 Peralta, Kahiau            9 Kamehameha HI         28:55.20                 
88 Bello, Rysen               9 Kohala High School    29:00.78                 
89 Richards, Makoa           12 Honokaa High School   29:06.98                 
90 Shields, Masaki           10 Makua Lani            29:08.29   55            
91 Siebert, Jake             10 H P A                 29:35.23                 
92 Baber, Kaya               11 Honokaa High School   31:57.74                 
93 Kupukaa, Benjamin          9 Kohala High School    32:42.82                 
                                                                                
                                   Team Scores                                  
=================================================================================
Rank Team                      Total    1    2    3    4    5   *6   *7   *8   *9
=================================================================================
   1 Hawaii Preparatory Academ    43    3    4    8   12   16   20   35         
      Total Time:  1:44:16.74                                                   
         Average:    20:51.35                                                   
   2 Kamehameha Schools – Hawa    49    2    6    9   13   19   24   26         
      Total Time:  1:44:55.46                                                   
         Average:    20:59.10                                                   
   3 Hilo High School             87    5   11   15   18   38   41   48         
      Total Time:  1:48:09.61                                                   
         Average:    21:37.93                                                   
   4 Waiakea High School          93    1   17   22   25   28   30   33         
      Total Time:  1:47:56.06                                                   
         Average:    21:35.22                                                   
   5 Keaau High School           124   14   21   23   27   39   44   53         
      Total Time:  1:51:10.82                                                   
         Average:    22:14.17                                                   
   6 Parker High School          138    7   29   32   34   36   37   43         
      Total Time:  1:51:46.05                                                   
         Average:    22:21.21                                                   
   7 Honokaa High School         191   10   40   42   49   50   52   54         
      Total Time:  2:00:27.53                                                   
         Average:    24:05.51                                                   
   8 Makua Lani High School      220   31   45   46   47   51   55              
      Total Time:  2:04:37.00                                                   
         Average:    24:55.40

Girls Open Race

Girls Open Race

Kamehameha Schools-Hawaii Campus                           HY-TEK’s Meet Manager
                BIIF 2009 Cross-Country Championship – 10/24/2009                
                        Kamehameha Schools HawaiI Campus                        
                                  Keaau, Hawaii                                 
                              Last Completed Event                              

Event 2  Girls 3 Mile Run CC Open
=======================================================================         
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
=======================================================================         
  1 Donahue, Marie            12 H P A                 24:05.90    1            
  2 Mardian, Daisy            12 H P A                 24:24.51    2            
  3 Martin-Schatz, Svetlana   11 H P A                 25:21.50    3            
  4 Sohriakoff, Jade          10 H P A                 25:33.15    4            
  5 White, Melissa            11 H P A                 25:34.27    5            
  6 Akai, Tsukasa             10 H P A                 25:52.21    6            
  7 Kekauoha, Sarah           12 Kamehameha HI         25:59.92    7            
  8 Kurata, Kortni            12 Waiakea High School   26:12.34    8            
  9 Tamasese-Solomon, Malama  10 H P A                 26:40.95    9            
10 Fojas, Jasmine             9 H P A                 26:41.50                 
11 Pohina, Noelle             9 Kamehameha HI         26:41.98   10            
12 McGuire, Gina              9 Kamehameha HI         26:52.75   11            
13 Mandaquit-Arakaki, Saydi  10 Kamehameha HI         27:00.26   12            
14 Kodis, Malio              12 Waiakea High School   27:14.80   13            
15 DeRego, Maggie            12 Kamehameha HI         27:20.94   14            
16 Kia, Elizabeth             9 Kamehameha HI         27:35.40   15            
17 Nakahara, Meimei          10 H P A                 28:01.49                 
18 Ainge, Yuki               10 H P A                 28:12.22                 
19 Pohina, Chantel           10 Kamehameha HI         28:13.68   16            
20 Lerma, Amanda             10 Kamehameha HI         28:27.82                 
21 Yoon, Esther              11 Waiakea High School   28:36.55   17            
22 Lum, Christa              11 Waiakea High School   28:42.97   18            
23 Grothmann, Kalai          10 Kamehameha HI         28:46.74                 
24 Trainer, Hannah            9 Kamehameha HI         29:08.10                 
25 Kryzka, Kiana             10 Kamehameha HI         29:10.96                 
26 Lindsey, Amanda           11 Kamehameha HI         29:13.24                 
27 Kekauoha, Esther          11 Kamehameha HI         29:16.75                 
28 Lee, Kainoe                9 Kamehameha HI         29:23.35                 
29 Kualii, Chelsie           10 Kamehameha HI         29:38.61                 
30 Sewell, Tehani            12 Kamehameha HI         29:46.13                 
31 Bath, Katrina              9 Waiakea High School   29:52.20   19            
32 Bisel, Bethany             9 Waiakea High School   30:06.95   20            
33 Sumaoang, Desiree          9 Keaau High School     30:15.84                 
34 Dellaport-Fabian, Munira   9 Pahoa High School     30:32.90                 
35 Ono, Emily                   Honokaa High School   31:14.26                 
36 Lo, Sheri                 12 Honokaa High School   31:33.25                 
37 Sarwar, Eaman             11 H P A                 31:37.33                 
38 Owen, Mikeala             10 H P A                 31:38.25                 
39 Kanuha, Kahea             12 Kamehameha HI         31:56.90                 
40 Shibuya, Tiare            10 Kamehameha HI         32:48.58                 
41 Barry, Sarah               9 Kamehameha HI         33:04.08                 
42 Fratinardo, Michelle       9 Kamehameha HI         33:09.42                 
43 Mulvaney, Mikenna          9 H P A                 33:10.77                 
44 Burcena, Karley            9 Kamehameha HI         33:50.80                 
45 Pascual, Stephanie        11 Keaau High School     34:19.22                 
46 Mills, Nalani             11 Keaau High School     34:50.28                 
47 Nishina, Kelsi            11 H P A                 35:04.83                 
48 Beckley, Alena            11 Kamehameha HI         36:49.30                 
49 Machida, Jaci             10 Kamehameha HI         37:59.52                 
                                                                                
                                   Team Scores                                  
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Rank Team                      Total    1    2    3    4    5   *6   *7   *8   *9
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   1 Hawaii Preparatory Academ    15    1    2    3    4    5    6    9         
      Total Time:  2:04:59.33                                                   
         Average:    24:59.87                                                   
   2 Kamehameha Schools – Hawa    54    7   10   11   12   14   15   16         
      Total Time:  2:13:55.85                                                   
         Average:    26:47.17                                                   
   3 Waiakea High School          75    8   13   17   18   19   20              
      Total Time:  2:20:38.86                                                   
         Average:    28:07.78

October 24, 2009 Posted by | Events, High School Runners | , , , , | 2 Comments

Girl’s Open Results from Kamehameha Meet

Start of girl's open at Kamehameha

Start of girl's open at Kamehameha

Kamehameha Schools-Hawaii Campus                           HY-TEK’s Meet Manager
                 BIIF All-Comers Cross Country Meet – 10/10/2009                
                        Kamehameha Schools HawaiI Campus                        
                                  Keaau, Hawaii                                 
                              Last Completed Event                              

Event 2  Girls 3 Mile Run CC Open
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
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  1 Mardian, Daisy            12 H P A                 23:50.05    1            
  2 Donahue, Marie            12 H P A                 23:51.38    2            
  3 Martin-Schatz, Svetlana   11 H P A                 24:45.85    3            
  4 Busek, Jessica             9 Waiakea High School   25:03.26    4            
  5 Hill, Lauren               9 Waiakea High School   25:06.52    5            
  6 Torigio, Katie            10 Waiakea High School   25:16.90    6            
  7 Akai, Tsukasa             10 H P A                 25:34.94    7            
  8 White, Melissa            11 H P A                 25:47.16    8            
  9 Tamasese-Solomon, Malama  10 H P A                 25:56.12    9            
10 Friel, Rebekah            11 Kamehameha HI         26:00.83   10            
11 Kekauoha, Sarah           12 Kamehameha HI         26:27.84   11            
12 Fojas, Jasmine             9 H P A                 27:03.75   12            
13 Petner, Emma              11 Kamehameha HI         27:16.38   13            
14 Kekauoha, Esther          11 Kamehameha HI         27:48.75   14            
15 Pohina, Noelle             9 Kamehameha HI         27:53.87   15            
16 Nakao, Carissa            11 Waiakea High School   27:55.60   16            
17 Mandaquit-Arakaki, Saydi  10 Kamehameha HI         28:13.26   17            
18 Lum, Christa              11 Waiakea High School   28:13.61   18            
19 Nakahara, Meimei          10 H P A                 28:19.35                 
20 DeRego, Maggie            12 Kamehameha HI         28:24.22   19            
21 Sarwar, Eaman             11 H P A                 29:01.80                 
22 Guerrero-Miguel, Janelle  12 Keaau High School     29:06.71                 
23 Kualii, Chelsie           10 Kamehameha HI         29:07.54                 
24 Mulvany, Mickenna          9 H P A                 29:20.31                 
25 Lee, Kainoe                9 Kamehameha HI         29:35.40                 
26 Kia, Elizabeth             9 Kamehameha HI         29:36.71                 
27 Grothmann, Kalai          10 Kamehameha HI         29:37.46                 
28 Pohina, Chantel           10 Kamehameha HI         29:56.54                 
29 McGuire, Gina              9 Kamehameha HI         30:00.22                 
30 Scott, Tamaya             10 Honokaa High School   30:16.74                 
31 Bath, Katrina              9 Waiakea High School   30:26.39   20            
32 Sewell, Tehani            12 Kamehameha HI         30:29.88                 
33 Dellaport-Fabian, Munira   9 Pahoa High School     30:52.19                 
34 Kanuha, Kahea             12 Kamehameha HI         31:02.76                 
35 Owen, mikeala             10 H P A                 31:15.19                 
36 Bisel, Bethany             9 Waiakea High School   31:20.46   21            
37 Sumaoang, Desiree          9 Keaau High School     31:28.01                 
38 Carvalho, Krystina         9 Waiakea High School   31:41.90                 
39 Fratinardo, Michelle       9 Kamehameha HI         31:48.04                 
40 Ninomiya, Risa             9 H P A                 31:52.19                 
41 Nishina, Kelsi            11 H P A                 32:06.61                 
42 Barry, Sarah               9 Kamehameha HI         32:10.89                 
43 Shibuya, Tiare            10 Kamehameha HI         32:32.34                 
44 Ono, Emily                   Honokaa High School   32:36.03                 
45 Pascual, Stephanie        11 Keaau High School     34:32.80                 
46 Machida, Jaci             10 Kamehameha HI         35:30.94                 
47 Mills, Nalani             11 Keaau High School     35:37.11                 
48 Lo, Sheri                 12 Honokaa High School   40:42.64                 
49 Perreira, Jade               Honokaa High School   41:07.99                 
                                                                                
                                   Team Scores                                  
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Rank Team                      Total    1    2    3    4    5   *6   *7   *8   *9
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   1 Hawaii Preparatory Academ    21    1    2    3    7    8    9   12         
      Total Time:  2:03:49.38                                                   
         Average:    24:45.88                                                   
   2 Waiakea High School          49    4    5    6   16   18   20   21         
      Total Time:  2:11:35.89                                                   
         Average:    26:19.18                                                   
   3 Kamehameha Schools – Hawa    63   10   11   13   14   15   17   19         
      Total Time:  2:15:27.67                                                   
         Average:    27:05.54

October 10, 2009 Posted by | High School Runners | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment