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Three BIIF Wrestlers Make Finals of HHSAA Wrestling State Championships


Three Big Island Interscholastic Federation wrestlers had a shot at making history during Saturday’s Hawaii High School Athletic Federation state championships held at the Blaisdell Arena on Oahu.

Kamehameha’s Akoakoa Paleka-Kennedy the defending state heavyweight champion, Konawaena’s Sage Aoki, 120, and Keaau’s Cheyden Quiocho, 135, all took center stage to wrestle for a state championship.

In the final championship match of the day it was Paleka-Kennedy needing to get by Molokai’s Spencer Basa in order to repeat as state champion as the two largest boys, 285, in the championships took to the mat.

“This one is even sweeter than last year,” Paleka-Kennedy said of his second state crown.  “I had a huge target coming into this year’s championship as everyone was after me, so it means so much more to win.”

Paleka-Kennedy won the championship finale by a score of 5-2 earning his points on an escape, a takedown and on technical points when the referee called Basa for stalling.

“I had to work really hard as there was good competition,” Paleka-Kennedy said.  “All the hard work, putting in the long hours paid off today.”

Paleka-Kennedy ended his high school athletic career on top as he will shift his focus on other things.

The Warrior senior earned his way into the finals by winning four matches, three by pin and the other on points.

“I will concentrate on football and academics for the rest of the year as I prepare to attend Arizona Western of a football scholarship,” he said.

Aoki, a senior, looked at facing Maryknoll’s Brendan Chang to earn his first ever state championship.

“This was my last chance to win the state championship and I gave it everything I could,” Aoki said.  “My sister, Alexandra, finished two state championships as a runner up and I wanted to win it all.”

Aoki went the full three rounds in the finals to earn the victory by a 3 to 1 score.

“I got a take down in the first period using a single leg to earn two points then in the second period  got another point when the ref said there was a technical violation,” Aoki said.

Aoki needed to win three matches during the two day tournament to earn the right to face Chang in the finals.

“I wrestled some really good guys and won my matches by take downs using the tilt move,” Aoki said.

The Wildcat credited his judo experience as preparing him to be a better defensive wrestler.

“Judo gave me good defensive skills as I kept my distance when my opponents tried to shoot on me,” he said.  “I had seen him (Chang) wrestle and I knew I needed to stay away from being tied up.”

“This was a huge win for me,” Aoki said after the finals.  “I had finished fourth last year and I really wanted this one.”

Quiocho had the most pressure on his back as the senior Cougar was attempting to become the first state champion in the school’s history.

“I knew what was at stake and winning the state championship is a goal that I had set coming into the season,” Quiocho said.  “I wanted to be the first state champion in our schools history and I worked really hard this season to achieve it.”

Standing in the way of Quiocho’s dream was Mililani’s Chase Tantog as the pair squared off on the mat.

“I tried and gave it my all, so I can’t grumble,” Quiocho said of his second place medal.

The Cougar lost a close battle by a 5 to 2 score and it was his second loss of the season to Tantog.

“He used the same move on me that he did at Leilehua earlier in the season,” he said.  “I should have been better prepared when he came at me with using the broom stick move, but I wasn’t ready for it.”

Quiocho earned his way to the finals by winning three matches all in convincing fashion by scores of 16-2, 14-4 and 5-2.

“I wasn’t happy after the finals match but I don’t deserve what I don’t earn,” Quiocho said. 

The 2010 HHSAA state champion, Kamehameha’s Megan Aina, 103, lost one match and finished third overall.

“I ended up losing to this year’s state champion from Aiea by two points,” Aina said.  “In the third place match I won by a pin in the second round.”

Aina went for her classic chicken wing move in her attempt for the third place medal.

“The chicken wing worked for me the entire season, but when I went for it today it wasn’t there,” she said.  “So I had to roll her over and press her down to get the pin.”

Waiakea junior Pat Enos, 152, also claimed a third place medal by a 6-4 score in a  sweet victory over Kamehameha-Kapalama’s Andrew Kahalewai who had beat him last year in the HHSAA championships third place match.

“Last year he won by one point and I finished fourth,” Enos said.  “I’m pretty happy with the way things turned out because I got the early lead on a takedown and then put him on his back in the second period.”

Kamehameha’s Welina Tong, 175, was the biggest surprise as the first year wrestler lost only one match over the two days to claim a third place medal.

“My only goal was to win the BIIF title, so today was just something extra,” Tong said.  “I won four of my matches by pin using just basic, simple moves like the half.”

Other BIIF wrestlers to make it to day two of the HHSAA were:

Konawaena:  Justin Raymond 108, Aimee Shiraki 220

Hilo High:      Kaylan “Lahi” Kanakanui 140

Kamehameha:  Chantel Pohina 130, Jasmine Iuta 155,    Sky “Nalu” Kekona Souza 120

 Kealakehe:      Robin Arellano 114,  Allin Franco 140

  Waiakea:       Kara Nakayama  103, Tanalei Louis 125,  

    Kau:             Keani Mello-Waiwaiole 220

 HPA:              Troy Choi 215

Related link:  https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/17-biif-wrestlers-headed-to-day-2-in-hhsaa-state-championships/


March 4, 2012 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

17 BIIF wrestlers headed to day 2 in HHSAA state championships

The following 17 Big Island Interscholastic Federation Wrestlers will be on the mat today (3.3.12) in the finals and consolation brackets of the HHSAA state wrestling championships being held on Oahu


Konawaena:  Justin Raymond 108 lb

            Sage Aoki 120 lb

            Aimee Shiraki 220 lb

Hilo High:  Kaylan “Lahi” Kanakanui 140 lb

Kamehameha:  Megan Aina 103 lb, Chantel Pohina 130 lb, Jasmine Iuta 155 lb, Welina Tong 175 lb

      Sky “Nalu” Kekona Souza,       Akoakoa Paleka-Kennedy  285 

 Kealakehe:  Robin Arellano 114 lb,  Allin Franco 140 lb

  Keaau:      Cheyden Quiocho 135 lb

   Waiakea:    Kara Nakayama  103 lb, Tanalei Louis  125 lb, Pat Enos

    Kau:        Keani Mello-Waiwaiole 220 lb

    HPA:        Troy Choi 215 lb

March 3, 2012 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Kealakehe boys wrestling team to contend for BIIF Team Title

Allin Franco

Kealakehe hosted a Big Island Interscholastic Federation all schools wrestling meet on Saturday and left little doubt that their boy’s team is a contender for the league title this season.

Several of their athletes stepped up to have impressive performances which left a lasting impression on their competition with the season winding down into its final two weeks.

Allin Franco could certainly have been considered the headliner for Kealakehe on Saturday as the 140 pounder went a perfect 4-0 on the day winning three of his matches by pin and the other with an impressive 10-1 victory.

“I try not to tie up in the beginning of my matches and let my opponents come to me,” Franco said.  “Once they come in I’ll then take my shot.”

The Waverider senior admits that having more experience plays an important role in his overall success.

“This is my fourth year of wrestling and most of my competition is in their first or second year,” he said.  

Franco, the BIIF runner up last season, usually goes for arm drags and then switches to a single before taking down his opponents which leads to a one wrist grab and a tilt that has brought his overall BIIF season record to 14-1.

Continuing the Waverider tradition of talented ‘Rider wrestlers was defending BIIF champion Robin Arellano in the 114 weight division.

“Robin is one of our team captains and certainly will help us in our quest of a team title,” Waverider coach Mike Ciotti said.  “He went 3-1 on Saturday and is now 10-1 on the season.”

Arellano, a senior, brings a quick takedown technique to the mat as his success lies in getting that first take down while he pushes the offense.

His three wins came as a result of having a good bar series on top while executing a barbed wire and chicken wing maneuvers.

“Robin has a good arsenal of maneuvers and is quick on his feet,” Ciotti said.  “He’s also good at escaping from the down position while he continues to press the pace.”

Waverider teammate Asaiah Guieb, 145, went 3-1, losing his first BIIF match of the season which brings him to an overall 13-1 record.

“I lost a close, 6-5 match to a Waiakea guy that I had previously wrestled during preseason,” Guieb said.  “I learned from that match and will come into it next time better prepared.”

Guieb didn’t let his only loss of the year deter his nearly perfect day; winning his three other matches by pin.

“I had an alright day,” Guieb said.  “I used basic moves to get my pins and I know how to read my opponents trying to stay a step ahead of them.”

All three of Guieb’s pins came by using the half nelson and a cradle while being able to react quickly to his opponents opening advances and think at a supersonic pace to outmaneuver the competition.

Guieb a senior is determined to challenge for the overall BIIF individual title when it comes up at Kamehameha on February 18.

“I didn’t even place in the top three last year and have not gone on to states,” Guieb said.  “But being a senior this year I not only want to win the BIIF title, I’d also like to medal at the state championships.”

Guieb contributes much of his success this season to doing extra training on his own, after practice.

“I run on my own everyday and lift weights three times a week on my own,” he said. 

Teammate Dan Gampon, 120, is faced each week at being in one of the toughest divisions in the BIIF.

Gampon carries a 13-5 overall season record. His only loses has come from the defending BIIF champion Kamehameha’s Nalu Souza, and the BIIF runner up Konawaena’s Sage Aoki.

On Saturday Gampon had four matches going 3-1 with his only loss to Aoki by a 13-5 score.

“I feel pretty honored to be in one of the toughest weight classes,” Gampon said.  “Nalu and Sage make me better every time I wrestle because I learn from them and they teach me a lot.”

Gampon’s three wins came from impressive scores against Hilo, winning by 15 points, Keaau 13-5, and Honokaa, 12-6, opponents.

“I still need to find that one little thing that is missing,” Gampon said.  “I need to raise my confidence level and believe in myself.”

Gampon, a gritty wrestler, who often raises his level of intensity by being aggressive in his matches, has raised his level to one of the best at 120.

“Competition is the best thing about wrestling,” he said.  “This weight class brings out the best in me.”

The Waveriders boy’s team seems to have the balance and numbers to be a possible contender this season for the team title.

Coach Ciotti

Coach Ciotti was pleased with his overall team performance and he gave kudos to their grit and determination.

“We have a solid team from top to bottom that is committed,” Ciotti said.  “We carry 25 boys and 8 girls and I believe we are a contender for the boy’s team title.”

Ciotti needed to split his time between hosting the all schools meet and coaching while trying to provide three matches to the 100 boys and 50 girls that were there to wrestle.

“It was hard for me to actually coach today, but what I saw from our kids is that they are starting to show toughness at the right point in the season,” Ciotti said.

Despite the difficulty of hosting an all schools meet Ciotti benefited from the advantage of being home.

“We don’t have to get up early in the morning and travel several hours, which means the kids can sleep in and wrestling in a familiar place in front of their home crowd,” Ciotti said.

The BIIF venue moves to an East/West format on Saturday with Pahoa hosting the East side and Honokaa hosting the West. 

February 7, 2012 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Wrestlers from around the BIIF have perfect day at Kealakehe Invite


Pahoa walked into the Kealakehe Gym with only half their team, but left with enormous respect and pride after leaving a great impression of things to come.

The Big Island Interscholastic Federation opened their wrestling season with an all schools meet on the West Side of the island and tiny Pahoa gaining the attention of other coaches and schools.

“We only brought half our team,” Dagger Coach Ryan Smith said.  “Some of our wrestlers are first year and most were able to get three matches in today.”

Smith had a lot to be proud of as the Daggers were impressive on the mat.

Pahoa seniors Jake Torres in the 152 weight division and McShane Bannister in the 160 division left Kealakehe undefeated, winning all three of their matches by pin.


I was trying out new stuff and trying to be more aggressive,” Torres said.  “I need to still learn to be more controlling in my matches, but it was fun today.”

 Torres won his first match by using a superman stretch, his second with a cradle and his third match he used a half nelson for the pin.

 Dagger teammate McShane Bannister is a lanky six footer who likes using his lower body to his advantage.

 “I use my legs as it helps me out, but I still need to work on riding my opponents too high,” Bannister said.  My first two matches I got the quick pin, but my third match I struggled as I think I was too relaxed.”

 Kamehameha girls coach Marlon Miller was the first to recognize the efforts Pahoa brought to the mat.

 “Pahoa did outstanding today,” Coach Miller said.  “I was impressed with their talent and this was just a showing of what’s to come.”


Kealakehe senior and defending BIIF champion, Robin Arellano had an easy time defeating three Konawaena opponents in the 114 division.

 Arellano won all of his matches by first round pins, but says he is still in the learning phase of his game.

 “I still have a lot to learn,” Arellano said.  “I need to work on pressuring the guys I wrestle and in the timing of my moves.”

Arellano was successful by using a cross face cradle in his first two matches and then using a reverse cradle in his final match to start the season with an unblemished record.

Aaron Kvenile

Perfection continued when Laupahoehoe’s Aaron Kvenile took the mat in the 160 division.

Kvenile used a cow catcher/hip toss to win all three of his matches by pin in quick fashion.

 “I moved up from 145 last season to 160 now,” Kvenile said.  “This being my senior year I want to give it my all and do the best that I can.”

Knevile won his first match in 24 seconds, second match in 34 seconds and his final match in 33 seconds to join the perfect group in the early season.

 “I need to work on my bottom game, according to my coach,” Knevile said. 

 Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Cannon Grecko Hiranaka had a banner day winning in the 145 weight division all three of his matches. The first and third by pin and his second match by a 17-6 score with his best moves being the one on one and half nelson.

 “I have hopes of being the BIIF champ and placing at states this year,” the confident sophomore said.  “I’ve been working really hard by running in the mornings and going as hard as I can during practice.”

 “I came into my matches pretty confident,” Grecko Hiranaka said.  “I still need to work on my set ups for take downs.”

For the girls it was Waiakea’s Tanalei Louis in the 125 division with a perfect 3-0 winning two matches by pin and the other on points.

 “Today was an eye opener for me because I guess I wasn’t too confident and I felt rusty,” Louis said.

 Louis is the two time defending BIIF champion and finished third in the state in her freshman season and second last year as a sophomore.  Louis medals came as a competitor for Konawaena before transferring to Waiakea this season.

 “Today I worked on the basics and what I need to work on is my confidence in taking shots,” Louis said.  “My goal this season is to become a three time BIIF champ and to win the state championship.”

 Kamehameha’s Alexia-Marie Osburn, the defending BIIF champion at 140, was bumped up to 155.

 “My coaches wanted me to be tested in harder competition,” Osburn said.  “My conditioning is not where it should be and I was really tired by the end of my first match.”

 Osburn was taking to the limit during her first match, winning in a tough battle over Waverider Allison Felix in the final seconds.

 “I managed to do a stand up escape to win by a score of 8-7,” Osburn said.  “I won my final match with a half nelson pin as my exploding in the stand up position worked well.”

 Kamehameha had several wrestlers with perfect records according to Coach Brendon Courtot.

“We had six girls and six boys that had either perfect 2-0 or 3-0 records at the Kealakehe Invite,” Courtot said.

Perfect Kamehameha Girls

Noelle Kamalii Pohina 125lbs, Alexia-Marie Osburn  155lbs. Jasmine K. Iuta 175 lbs. Weline Tong  175lbs, Megan Aina 103lbs. Kanoe Padaken 114lbs

 Perfect Kamehameha Boys

Jason Roland 152lbs. Charlie Aina  130lbs, Nalu Souza 125lbs, CJ Matsuyama 171lbs. Troy Gibson 140lbs, Kema Chin 215lbs

 Kealakehe’s Coach Michael Ciotti hosted the tournament and had high praise from a variety of schools.

 “I liked the Pahoa kids, as they put in a great effort,” Ciotti said.  “It was good to see Kohala on the mat and I think the Kau girls were pretty dominating, while the Waiakea boys looked tough.”

 Ciotti also believes that the season opener provided an opportunity for the wrestler to get used to the format and the way the referees make calls.

 “A lot of the young wrestlers were nervous and needed to get their butterflies out,” Ciotti said.

 There were more than 100 boys from around the BIIF participating at the Waverider gym along with 60 girls, according to Ciotti.

 Waiakea will host the next all schools BIIF wrestling meet this Saturday at Warrior gym starting at 10 am.

December 13, 2011 Posted by | Wrestling | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Wobble and Gobble 1-mile, 5K, 10K results from Kailua-Kona

Wobble and Gobble results  7th Annual Wobble Gobble Run/Walk presented by Big Island Running Company   24-Nov-11

6.4 Mile Run  Records  Men Jesse Thomas 36:05 (2009)  Women Erica Braswell 40:58 (2009)

1 Jon Jokiel 42:18  2 Allin Franco 45:21

3 Dan Gampon 45:51  4 Brad Parker 46:32  5 John Hagerty 47:01

6 Daniel Hodel 47:49  7 Maggie Newman (dog) 48:24  8 Robin Arellano 49:47

9 Zach Wigzell 50:23  10 Chico Orestes 50:48  11 Luke Roberts 53:11

12 Mark Curry 53:24  13 Zoe Sims 54:24  14 Neil Sims 54:25

15 Bailey Byrne 54:57  16 Dar Kmeat 55:04  17 Christian Hamilton 56:02

18 Raul Ramirez 56:10  19 Dick Campbell 56:26  20 Megan Livingston 56:55

21 Randy Wrighthouse 57:35  22 Jeff Curran 58:18  23 Greg Pinn 58:18

24 Lawrence Barrett 59:26  25 Chuck Wigzell 59:31  26 Brian Shiroma 1:00:53

27 Silvia Duncan 1:01:10  28 Sam Newman 1:01:13  29 Steve Gould 1:01:15

30 Steve Sheffield 1:01:54  31 Jodi Pinn 1:02:43  32 Abby Holden 1:04:11

33 Ryan Sass 1:07:50  34 Matt Sutherland 1:09:44  35 Allyson Prater 1:10:55

36 Koa Texeira 1:11:48  37 Helen Frederickson 1:12:32  38 Rammell Transfiguracion 1:12:41

39 Aidan Soderstrom 1:12:47  40 Joe Loschiavo 1:13:18  41 Lava People One 1:14:15

42 Irene Transfiguracion 1:14:40  43 Nicky Leong 1:15:30  44 Lily Tabbada 1:16:47

45 Jack Averill 1:18:19  46 Kyla Rowe 1:19:58  47 Rachel Rowe 1:19:58

48 Chaice Soderstrom 1:21:16  49 Russell Transfiguracion 1:21:21  50 Brad Transfiguracion 1:21:22

51 Daniel Texeira 1:25:24  52 Jeff Glass 1:26:01  53 Keala Texeira 1:27:38

54 Sanya Texeira 1:27:39  55 Heidi Simanjuntak 1:29:20  56 Krista Montgomery 1:29:21

57 Renate Weinhold 1:32:45  58 Gilagan 1:33:15  59 James Texeira 1:34:52

60 Joyce Transfiguracion 1:39:05  61 Clarissa Stevenson 1:43:09  62 Terry Stevenson 1:43:10

63 Claudia Edwards 1:43:27  64 Dick Wolf 1:43:28  65 Jennifer Wohlmuth 1:57:51

3.5 Mile Run  Records  Men Peter Oien 20:12 (2006)  Women Brooke Myers 25:50 (2007)

1 Cody Thompson 21:06  2 Blake Hill 23:54  3 Christopher Smith 24:39

4 Darrin Fossum 25:57  5 Brian Graff 26:09  6 Mark Daniel 27:16

7 Belinda Herd (1st Female) 27:27  8 Eddie Herd 27:30  9 Paul Weinfurter 27:45

10 Adrian Jones 28:01  11 Chanda Zavodny 28:04  13 Koren Kobayashi 28:49

14 Neil Johnson 29:04  15 Nathan Maracle 29:48  16 Seth Beach 30:10

17 Keith Adkin 30:23  18 Enjolique Hughes (bike) 30:53  19 Jenna Howery (bike) 31:05

20 Duke Becker 31:34  21 Danny Becker 31:38  22 Jeannette Vidgen 31:46

23 Rani Tanimoto 32:01  24 Tim Wiley 32:05  25 Karen Hale 32:10

26 Dylan and Peter Hale 32:11  27 Jenny Payne 32:28  28 Charlie Towse 32:38

30 Anna Johnson 32:54  32 Jason Zuker 33:23  33 Cody Adams 33:37

34 Shelby (dog) 33:49  35 Paul Weinfurter 33:51  36 Sidney Vermeulen 34:05

37 Elizabeth Roman 34:13  38 James Beach and Meli (dog) 34:16  40 Jonathan Kutsunai 34:38

41 Nolan Chock 34:49  42 Skye Ombac 34:53  43 Edward Ombac 34:53

44 Kainoa Doctor 34:55  45 Cindy Wild 34:57  46 Raka Barrett 34:59

47 Danny Keahey 35:10  48 Lori Oka 35:18  51 Lauren Mabuni 35:30

52 Robert Newman 35:31  53 Lauren’s Dad 35:41  54 Kei Takeda 35:55

55 Soren Petersen and William 36:00  56 Winter Dee Malaqui 36:08  57 Shelley Doctor 36:10

58 Mindy Fosum 36:43  59 Nori Becker 37:02  60 Jen McCord 37:06

61 Jaylynn Travis 37:07  63 Beverly Wigzell 37:21  64 Brandi Burgo 37:28

65 Lynn Howery 37:33  66 Charlie Young 37:38  67 Gwen Edwards 37:52

68 Keawe Strance 37:57  69 Zachary Vermeulen 37:59  70 Christina Large 38:42

71 Alyssa Jeremiah 39:02  72 Susan Brown 39:02  73 Lois Geddes 39:05

74 Patty Henderson and Tasha (dog) 39:06  75 Karen Wrighthouse 39:08  77 Becky Prater 39:26

78 Sharon Dual 39:29  79 Barb Young 39:39  80 Mark Bonke 40:01

81 Andrew Dunn 40:07  82 John Briggs 40:14  83 Drew Basque 40:28

84 Bodhi Olson 40:34  85 Rick Vidgen 40:47  86 Paloma Vidgen 40:48

87 Connie Baer 41:28  88 Sam Baer 41:29  89 Jessica Picasso 41:39

90 Elizabeth Motley 41:39  91 Papa Pea 41:54  92 Casey Tanimoto 42:07

93 Mike Panza 42:31  95 Maggie Leite 43:39  96 Emma McGrath 43:45

97 Matt McGrath 43:51  98 Maggie Foley 43:58  99 Gary Kiernan 44:04

100 Brian Soares 45:05  101 Lisa Osmanian 46:05  102 Jessica Soderstrom 46:13

103 Abbie Jeremiah 46:23  104 Nick Kittleman 47:24  105 Erin Kittleman 47:27

106 Mary Park 47:37  108 Jake Basque 47:58  109 Betsy 47:59

110 Natalia Mastarscusa 48:15  113 Kunzang Yuthok 49:24  114 Kelsie Wehren 49:39

115 Dominique Leite 49:41  116 Laura Kniffin 49:42  118 Andrea Cobb 49:50

119 Jason Heady 49:50  120 Simone White 49:56  121 Stacey Soares 51:42

122 Shelly Texeira 52:09  123 Linda Kiernan 52:13  124 Nicole Petersen 52:23

125 Diane Averill 52:50  126 Bill Hall 52:51  127 Jim Slipp 52:52

128 Roseanne Osmanian 53:18  129 Luci Leonard 54:30  130 Jeannie Kutsunai 55:32

131 Zac Panza 59:11  132 Eileen Panza 59:13  133 Quentin Ikeno 1:01:54

134 Scotty Hull 1:02:22  135 Val Sandall 1:02:24  136 Doug Sandall 1:02:25

137 Susie Glass 1:02:30  138 Rosemarie O’Connor 1:02:31  139 Cynthia Sheffield 1:02:35

144 Chelsea Kay-Wong 1:15:34  145 Lucas Kay-Wong 1:15:35

150 Alexander Kay-Wong 1:16:35  155 Clara Kelly 1:17:01  156 Ishael Hills 1:17:02

1 Mile Run

Records  Men Toby Olney 5:39 (2011)  Women Janet Higa-Miller 7:05 (2005)

Keiki Boy Silas Wiley 7:23 (2011)  Keiki Girl Madison Hauanio 7:42 (2007)  

1 Toby Olney 05:39.8 New Course Record

2 Jon Kunitake 07:03.8  3 Silas Wiley 07:23.4 New Keiki Course Record  4 Timmy Catanzaro 07:55.6

5 Kysaiah Self 08:02.9  6 Jackie Payne (1st Female) 08:16.3  7 Michael Catanzaro 08:21.0

8 Joe Catanzaro 08:22.4  9 Naomi Heuer 08:23.6  10 Julia Smith 08:25.4

11 Jack Jeremiah 08:59.4  12 Tayvhe-Lei Kaupu-Galon 09:05.5  13 Justyn Toyama 09:23.5

14 Nicholas White 09:25.6  15 Michelle Heuer 09:45.6  16 Alauna Thompson 09:53.9

17 Amber thompson 09:54.3  18 Kumi Smith 10:01.1  19 Samuel Smith 10:02.9

20 Hadley Beach 10:09.8  21 Kaye Levine 10:25.3  22 Nolan Pries 10:27.3

23 Makena Becker 10:29.1  24 Heather Pries 10:30.1  25 Dena Beach 10:41.5

26 Honey Kaupu 10:51.1  27 Katie Payne 10:56.8  28 Max Olney 11:13.8

29 Sienna Levine 11:27.8  30 Shiloh Pintor 11:30.2  31 Nophia Pintor 11:57.8

32 Paulina Castillo 12:11.6  33 Dominique Castillo 12:13.1  34 Kea Pintor 12:51.5

35 Malia Galon 12:55.9  36 Alaia Leighland 13:24.6  37 Evan Curry 13:56.3

38 Shauna Johnson 14:55.6  39 Joshua Johnson 14:55.9  40 Lava People Two 15:09.2

41 Jillian Withrow 15:16.0  42 Jen Withrow 15:16.4  43 Kamaehu Gaspar 16:22.1

44 Ron Peppler 16:25.1  45 Tomi Pepplar 16:55.9  46 Rose Lorica-Ombac 17:13.1

47 Adelene Jones 17:23.5  48 Reece Thompson 17:24.1  49 Ted Jones 17:25.3

50 Kimmy Parker 17:42.4  51 Cris Scoufos 17:42.8  52 Demetria Scoufos 17:43.3

53 Rosalisha Barrett 17:57.3  54 Michael Graff 18:03.5  55 Kenichi Furuto 18:27.4

56 Ryan Mears 18:27.9  57 Rich Mears 18:28.4  58 Lynne Nicola 18:29.2

59 Joel Furuto 18:30.2  60 Mika Furuto 18:32.3  61 Janice Furuto 18:33.3

62 Jenna Catanzaro 19:04.5  63 Beth Catanzaro 19:30.2  64 Kai Johnson 22:30.9

65 Anna Catanzaro 22:46.6  66 Derek Berges 33:59.9  67 Nick Mastarscusa 47:29.9


November 27, 2011 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment