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Seabury Hall Girls Wow State at Championships

May 11, 2014, 8:54 AM HST (Updated May 11, 2014, 8:56 AM) · 0 Comments
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Seabury Hall's Dakota Grossman (left) and Alyssa Bettendorf helped the Spartans to the girls state track team title Saturday on Oahu. Photo from OC16 broadcast.

Seabury Hall’s Dakota Grossman (left) and Alyssa Bettendorf helped the Spartans to the girls state track team title Saturday on Oahu. Photo from OC16 broadcast.

By Rodney S. Yap

In a word, it was phenomenal.

The Seabury Hall girls track team had a dream, and it came true Saturday, when the Spartans dominated the 2014 Island Movers Hawaii Track & Field Championships before a live television audience on OC16.

After the meet, amid the team’s celebration with friends and family members, head coach Bobby Grossman was asked to describe the emotions he was feeling. The coach let out a yell and then fought back tears of joy while saying: “It’s the greatest feeling in the world, I’m so proud of them. We worked so hard this year and this moment is the best feeling in the world and I’m glad I shared it with you guys.”

Grossman’s daughter, Dakota, was overcome with happiness and pride listening to her dad, clinging to teammates for support. The nine-member team and coaches embraced each other as the reality of victory overwhelmed them, and for the first time in the meet the Spartans looked vulnerable, unprepared.

“They are very special, I love them,” added Coach Grossman about his team. “We had some tough times and we’ve been through a lot, but we worked as hard as anyone has ever worked to get to this moment. And you can see by their emotion here that this means everything to us. Expectations were on us and we did it. It’s been a dream night for us.”

Grossman attributes his team’s success to months of hard work, plain and simple. Saturday, the little private school from Olinda, was the big winners and the best in seven events — three times the amount of any individual or school in either division.

Seabury Hall finished with 73 points, followed by Hilo’s 38 and Punahou’s 34. Campbell was fourth with 31.5 and Kamehameha Kapalama fifth with 31 points. The Spartans’ triumph avenged Punahou’s 69-68 win at Mililani High School last year and the 66.33-64 defeat to the Buffanblu two years ago on Maui.

Seabury Hall's Alyssa Bettendorf hugs Baldwin's Thayna Guedes after winning the 100-meter dash Saturday on Oahu. Photo from OC16 broadcast.

Seabury Hall’s Alyssa Bettendorf hugs Baldwin’s Thayna Guedes after winning the 100-meter dash Saturday on Oahu. Photo from OC16 broadcast.

Kamehameha Kapalama won the boys division behind the record-breaking feet of sophomore Kaeo Kruse in the 3,000 and the sprint double (100 and 200) captured by junior Dylan Kane. The Warriors rolled up 83 points to runner-up Punahou’s 53. Baldwin was third with 48 points, followed by King Kekaulike’s 36 and Iolani had 26.

“It’s a great team win,” said senior Alyssa Bettendorf after claiming her third sprint title of the meet in the 200. “Being the competitive spirt that we have this year, it’s definitely the best environment to be in practice wise and meet wise. That’s because we have this total aura of encouraging each other and it’s the best possible atmosphere you can ask for.”

Bettendorf became the first MIL girl to ever triple in the sprints, winning the 100 (12.50), 200 (24.68) and 400 (55.98), and the first in the state to do it since Lauran Dignam of iolani did it in 2002. Shane Victorino of St. Anthony is the only other MIL athlete to accomplish the feat, doing so in 1999.

Kihei Charter freshman Maya Reynolds placed third in the 400 (56.14) and fourth in the 200 (25.59).

“Competing with Maya on Maui this whole year was a complete blessing. She’s a great runner and she pushed me to do my best, especially today,” said Bettendorf, who scored a meet-high 36.25 points.

Dakota Grossman is the name most synonymous with Spartans and the senior closed out her prep career with victories in her specialities the girls 1,500 (4:42.27) and 3,000 (10:34.77). She also placed third in the 800 (2:17.52) and ran the anchor leg of the team’s 4 x 400 relay.

“I’ve always been taught to go out hard from the start and just do what I can,” Grossman said following her win the 1,500. “I really wanted to win it this year and to see if i could break the state record.”

Grossman fell short of the record but maintained the family streak in the girls 3,000, sweeping the event in her four-year career (2011-2014). Sister, Hailey won the 3,000 three times, in 2007, 2009 and 2010.

Grossman scored 26.25 points, giving the Spartan duo of Bettendorf-Grossman 62.50 points, almost twice as much as runner-up Hilo’s 38.

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Seabury swept the 400 when senior Daniel Pietsch won the boys race in 48.85, a new all-time best by an MIL boy, and the third best ever in the state of Hawaii. Only meet record holder Bennett Valencia of Punahou has run faster — 48.73 to win in 1998 and 48,66 to win in 1997.

“On the last turn I was so exhausted at that point I was just trying to maintain the lead I had and try and finish the best I could,” Pietsch said. “To have both of us do well in the same race (400) is really amazing for us, our team and the school.”

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King Kekaulike’s Jake Jacobs ran a masterful 800, sitting back for much of the race before splitting past a pair of Punahou runners en route to his second gold medal in as many years. Last year, as a sophomore, Jacobs won the 400. This year he opted for the longer race, finishing in 1:58.81.

“Daniel Pietsch pushed me out of my race, he worked really hard and I found my race thanks to him,” Jacobs said.

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Lahainaluna’s Emerson Liburd got the meet off to a good start by winning the boys 110-meter high hurdles. Liburd ran a great race and just exploded after the third hurdle, holding off Kalani’s Raymond Alves. The junior was timed in a personal best 14.71, becoming the first Lahainaluna hurdler to win at state since Spring Eubank won the girls race in 1995.

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The defending champion Baldwin boys scored 30 points in two events — the pole vault and long jump — but struggled after that, managing 10 points in the hurdles with Anthony Kahoohanohano-Davis placing fourth in the 110 highs (15.17) and Kiernan Leighton-Mateo was third in the 300s, running sub-40 seconds (39.64). The two hurdles are only sophomores.

Ricky Casco was second in the boys long jump (21-4.75), followed by Kahoohanohano-Davis in 21-4.25.

Kahoohanohano-Davis was the top point-getter from the MIL in the boys division. His third individual event produced a third-place finish in the high jump (6-2), giving him 16 total points. KS-Maui’s Iain Armitage and Kekaulike’s Corry Brown were also tied with Kahoohanohano-Davis at 6-2, but due to misses Armitage was awarded second place and Brown got fourth.

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King Kekaulike’s Jay Braun ran a 11.24 in the boys 100 and placed fourth. Kamehameha Kapalama junior Dylan Kane ran a strong race to win in 11.14. Kane completed the sprint double by winning the 200 later in 21.92. Braun was second in 22.21, but never threatened Kane.

The Upcountry school sprinter also ran the anchor leg on the team’s 4 x 100 relay that finished fifth in 43.80. Also running with him was Charles Apuna, Corry Brown and Micah Taberna.

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Kamehameha Maui’s Kauanoe Vanderpoel led both the shot put and discus events after Friday’s trials, but could not improve on his 52-4.5 in the shot (third) and 152-7 in the discus (second). Turns out Hilo’s Isi Holani improved from his 145-10 in the trials to a winning spin of 153-3 in the discus and Iolani’s Kamuela Borden won he shot in 52-7, followed by Hilo’s Sione Holika in 52-6.

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King Kekaulike’s Chase Iwata-Bartelme missed winning the triple jump by less than an inch. His 44-6 was .75 of an inch behind winner Kayson Smith Bejgrowicz of KS-Kapalama (44-6.75).

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The MIL has now won 17 state boys pole vault championships and Baldwin junior Kainoa Tom is the 14th athlete from the MIL to earn the gold medal and second from Baldwin. Tom’s coach Linden Wada is the only other Baldwin champion and one of three back-to-back winners. Tom could be the league’s fourth should he successfully defend his title next season.

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Baldwin’s Raeana Anguay capped her career as a hurdler with a fourth-place medal in the 100 highs and career best time of 15.46. The torch has been passed to freshman Kacy Ln Navarro who ran in the finals in both hurdle races, but took home a fifth-place medal in the 300s with a season-low time of 46.42.

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Baldwin freshman Kaitlin Smith won the girls long jump by landing almost a half foot farther in the pit than her previous best effort. Her 17-5.25 is now the measuring stick for her over the next three years.

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St. Anthony’s Kaitlin Kim was fourth in the girls discus at 120-4 and Maui High’s Onosai Emelio was sixth in the boys discus at 145-4.

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Seabury Hall boys finished with a respectable 3:27.38 in the 4 x 400 relay, which is unofficially breaks the school record. The team ran well with Pietsch, Nick Colon, Quinn Jones and Jacob Higa

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Lahainaluna’s Will Thorbecke was fifth in the boys 3,000 (9:08.98), shaving almost a half minute off his previous best time. Kamehameha Maui’s Avi Singh was tied for fifth in the boys 400 with a PR of 50.44. His previous best time coming into states was 51.86.

 

 HHSAA State Track and Field Championships - 5/9/2014 to 5/10/2014 Sponsored by Island Movers Kamehameha Schools - Kapalama Results
Girls 100 Meter Dash
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================
Section 1 Finals Wind: NWI 1 Alyssa Bettendorf SR Seabury 12.53 12.50 10 2 Alysa Gamache JR Kealakehe 12.78 12.62 8 3 Anessa Turner SO Leilehua 12.86 12.71 6 4 Kameron Smith 9 Campbell 12.80 12.77 4 5 Thayna Guedes SR Baldwin Girls 12.90 12.93 2 6 Naiya Wilson SR Radford 13.15 13.04 1 7 Tiffany Atud SR Sacred Hearts 13.03 13.13 8 Kayela Santiago SR King Kekaulike 12.99 13.16
Girls 200 Meter Dash
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Alyssa Bettendorf SR Seabury 25.59 24.68 10 2 Diamond Briscoe SR Pearl City 25.22 24.79 8 3 Kameron Smith 9 Campbell 25.95 25.41 6 4 Maya Reynolds FR Kihei Charter 25.84 25.59 4 5 Anessa Turner SO Leilehua 26.87 25.69 2 6 Alysa Gamache JR Kealakehe 26.20 26.03 1 7 Thayna Guedes SR Baldwin Girls 26.40 26.05 8 Naiya Wilson SR Radford 26.95 26.54
Girls 400 Meter Dash
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================
Section 1 Finals 1 Alyssa Bettendorf SR Seabury 57.63 55.98 10 2 Diamond Briscoe SR Pearl City 56.49 55.99 8 3 Maya Reynolds FR Kihei Charter 57.53 56.14 6 4 Teuila Gardner JR kaiser 59.67 59.21 4 5 Carlyann Butz JR Radford 59.69 59.80 2 6 Alisha Kahele-Manners SO KS Kapalama 1:00.09 1:00.83 1 7 Mackenzie Feldman SR Punahou 1:00.31 1:01.29
Girls 800 Meter Run
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Carmen Garson-Shumway SR Hilo 2:24.52 2:14.46 10 2 Phoebe Kirk SO Sacred Hearts 2:24.33 2:16.11 8 3 Dakota Grossman SR Seabury 2:25.01 2:17.52 6 4 Kailey Totherow SO Punahou 2:24.80 2:21.12 4 5 Maile Shigemasa SR Pearl City 2:24.77 2:23.93 2 6 Alice Liggett SR MPI 2:25.12 2:23.94 1 7 Teuila Gardner JR kaiser 2:25.66 2:28.97 8 Kiana Smith JR Seabury 2:25.18 2:31.26
Girls 1500 Meter Run
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Dakota Grossman SR Seabury 5:01.40 4:42.27 10 2 Carmen Garson-Shumway SR Hilo 5:03.69 4:49.70 8 3 Kristiana Van Pernis 12 Hawaii Prep 5:04.09 4:50.87 6 4 Maile Shigemasa SR Pearl City 5:03.86 4:52.73 4 5 Sol Kisig JR St Joseph 5:02.03 4:53.44 2 6 Kai Hoshijo JR KS Kapalama 5:02.62 4:56.01 1 7 Ally Smith SO Seabury 5:01.10 4:56.50 8 Chan Hsu SR Island School 5:06.95 5:01.35 9 Tessa Baker JR Radford 5:05.59 5:07.73 10 Ava Shipman FR Seabury 5:05.10 5:08.57 11 Lina Schell JR kaiser 5:07.45 5:08.93 12 Hallie Lam SR Punahou 5:09.34 5:15.78
Girls 3000 Meter Run
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Dakota Grossman SR Seabury 11:01.30 10:34.77 10 2 Teri Brady SO Punahou 11:00.82 10:37.18 8 3 Amanda Beaman SO Iolani Girls 10:54.66 10:39.28 6 4 Lisa Tashiro SO kaiser 11:01.75 10:41.87 4 5 Kristiana Van Pernis 12 Hawaii Prep 10:53.99 10:43.02 2 6 Hennessey Ellis SO KS Kapalama 11:07.70 10:45.26 1 7 Ally Smith SO Seabury 10:59.95 10:53.60 8 Sol Kisig JR St Joseph 10:59.12 10:55.06 9 Noe Obermeyer SO Punahou 11:01.67 10:56.56 10 Vanessa Roybal 10 Mililani 11:09.04 10:59.60 11 Mary Eccles SR Leilehua 11:06.62 11:07.99 12 Ava Shipman FR Seabury 11:12.41 11:12.42
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================
Section 1 Finals Wind: NWI 1 Emma Taylor 10 Hawaii Prep 15.14 15.22 10 2 Lindsey Combs JR Iolani Girls 15.49 15.31 8 3 Kawena Warren Waimea 15.55 15.44 6 4 Raeana Anguay SR Baldwin Girls 15.61 15.46 4 5 Casey Poe SR KS Hawaii 15.51 15.65 2 6 Ky'Yonna Chapman JR Leilehua 15.50 16.02 1 7 Kacy Lyn Navarro FR Baldwin Girls 15.90 16.08 8 Kaitlin Smith FR Baldwin Girls 15.81 17.06
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================
Section 1 Finals 1 Emma Taylor 10 Hawaii Prep 46.52 44.55 10 2 Lindsey Combs JR Iolani Girls 45.23 44.63 8 3 Talia Webster JR Radford 46.14 45.20 6 4 Maya Kikuchi SO Punahou 46.65 45.88 4 5 Kacy Lyn Navarro FR Baldwin Girls 46.91 46.42 2 6 Mikela Cabel SR KS Hawaii 46.86 46.70 1 7 Emily Viola JR Punahou 47.59 46.96 8 Mehana Sabado-Halpern JR Hilo 46.82 46.99
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
================================================================================ School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Campbell High School 49.64 48.54 10 2 Leilehua High School 50.05 48.99 8 3 Kealakehe 50.33 50.23 6 4 KS Hawaii 50.43 50.46 4 5 Baldwin High School Girls 50.58 50.54 2 6 Hilo 51.08 50.65 1 7 Kamehameha Schools Kapalama 50.67 50.87 8 King Kekaulike 51.10 51.06
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
================================================================================ School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Campbell High School 4:05.87 3:58.69 10 2 Hilo 4:05.92 3:59.59 8 3 Radford High School 4:04.83 4:01.70 6 4 Mililani High School 4:07.84 4:02.57 4 5 Kamehameha Schools Kapalama 4:06.14 4:03.02 2 6 Seabury Hall 4:02.78 4:03.11 1 7 Punahou School Girls 4:04.79 4:03.67 8 Pearl City High School 4:07.35 4:10.00
Girls High Jump
================================================================================ Name Year School Seed Finals Points
================================================================================
Flight 1 1 Veronica Hutchins 12 Castle 5-00.00 J5-02.00 6 1 Gabrielle Fukumoto 11 Mililani 5-02.00 J5-02.00 4 1 Amy Ozee SO Seabury 5-02.00 5-02.00 10 1 Cassidy Apo JR KS Kapalama 5-02.00 J5-02.00 8 5 Shatres Ah Nee 12 Campbell 5-02.00 5-00.00 1.50 5 Talia Young SR Waimea 4-10.00 5-00.00 1.50 7 Kau'i Taylor 10 Hawaii Prep 5-02.00 J4-10.00 7 Kristen O'Handley FR kaiser 4-10.00 4-10.00 9 Ginon Jones FR kaiser 4-08.00 4-08.00 9 Chrislyn DeMattos JR Iolani Girls 4-10.00 J4-08.00 9 Maya Kikuchi SO Punahou 5-00.00 4-08.00 9 Tiyana Hallums JR KS Kapalama 4-10.00 J4-08.00 9 Jonalei aguirre SR King Kekaulike 4-08.00 J4-08.00 9 Daysha Alameda JR Keaau 5-01.00 4-08.00 9 Kawena Warren Waimea 5-00.00 J4-08.00 9 Ivy Conley 11 Hawaii Prep 4-10.00 4-08.00 9 Jade Savaiigaea 11 Campbell 4-10.00 J4-08.00
Girls Long Jump
===================================================================================== Name Year School Prelims Finals Wind Points
=====================================================================================
Flight 1 Finals 1 Kaitlin Smith FR Baldwin Girls 17-05.25 17-05.25 NWI 10 2 Sammy Marumoto SR Punahou 17-04.25 17-04.25 NWI 8 3 Alyssa Bettendorf SR Seabury 17-03.00 17-03.00 NWI 6 4 Meagan Kualii JR KS Hawaii 17-01.00 17-01.00 NWI 4 5 Kunda Nicholson-Walker SR Hilo 16-06.00 16-11.75 NWI 2 6 Nicole Cristobal FR Kealakehe 16-11.00 16-11.00 NWI 1 7 Mehana Sabado-Halpern JR Hilo 16-08.75 16-08.75 NWI 8 Kayela Santiago SR King Kekaulike 16-06.75 16-06.75 NWI
Girls Triple Jump
===================================================================================== Name Year School Prelims Finals Wind Points
===================================================================================== 1 Casey Poe SR KS Hawaii 36-01.00 37-00.75 NWI 10 2 Mehana Sabado-Halpern JR Hilo 36-10.50 36-10.50 NWI 8 3 Meagan Kualii JR KS Hawaii 35-07.50 35-07.50 NWI 6 4 Reyn Akiu JR KS Kapalama 35-03.25 35-03.25 NWI 4 5 Nicole Cristobal FR Kealakehe 34-11.50 34-11.50 NWI 2 6 Tiyana Hallums JR KS Kapalama 34-10.00 34-10.00 NWI 1 7 Kunda Nicholson-Walker SR Hilo 34-09.25 34-09.25 NWI 8 Christy Fell JR Seabury 34-07.00 34-07.00 NWI
Girls Shot Put
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Kekahiliokalani Novikoff SR KS Kapalama 37-00.75 40-04.00 10 2 Patria Vaimaona JR Kailua 37-03.00 38-08.75 8 3 Melenaite Vaea SO Damien 37-03.50 37-05.00 6 4 Kahoa Mikaele SR Kailua 36-10.00 36-11.00 4 5 Ula Brostek 11 Hawaii Prep 35-11.50 35-11.50 2 6 Chenoa Rogers FR Hilo 34-09.25 34-09.25 1 7 Sabrina Hollins JR Waipahu 34-08.25 34-08.25 8 Ashley Kamau JR Farrington 33-10.00 33-10.00
Girls Discus Throw
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Kahoa Mikaele SR Kailua 140-02 140-02 10 2 Patria Vaimaona JR Kailua 125-06 127-10 8 3 Renise La'a 12 Nanakuli 121-08 121-08 6 4 Kaitlin Kim SR St Anthony 120-04 120-04 4 5 Elizabeth Vaea SR Iolani Girls 113-08 115-10 2 6 Ashley Kamau JR Farrington 115-03 115-03 1 7 Supiesi Tongi SR Maui High 112-07 112-07 8 Tayler Anne Fitzsimmons SR KS Kapalama 104-07 104-07
Boys 100 Meter Dash
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================
Section 1 Finals Wind: NWI 1 Dylan Kane JR KS Kapalama 11.05 11.14 10 2 Luca Vartic 10 Konawaena 11.09 11.19 8 3 Thomas Leong SR kaiser 11.14 11.19 6 4 Randolph Braun SR King Kekaulike 11.16 11.24 4 5 Albert Bee 12 Castle 11.25 11.30 2 6 Keoni Makekau SO Iolani Boys 11.39 11.42 1 7 Mario Fernandez SR Maui High 11.29 11.44 8 Drew Kobayashi SO St Louis 11.18 11.72
Boys 200 Meter Dash
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Dylan Kane JR KS Kapalama 22.20 21.92 10 2 Randolph Braun SR King Kekaulike 22.40 22.21 8 3 Luca Vartic 10 Konawaena 22.87 22.50 6 4 Albert Bee 12 Castle 22.93 22.61 4 5 Izaiah Lavatai JR Radford 23.15 22.77 2 6 Corey Cooper 10 Campbell 23.02 22.84 1 7 Mike Williams SR Hilo 23.17 22.94
Boys 400 Meter Dash
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
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Section 1 Finals 1 Daniel Pietsch SR Seabury 49.78 48.85 10 2 Tyrone Harp SR Leilehua 50.36 49.47 8 3 Justin Main JR Saint Francis 50.30 49.63 6 4 John-Paul Putegnat 12 Campbell 50.41 50.01 4 5 Izaiah Lavatai JR Radford 50.44 50.44 1.50 5 Avi Singh SR KS Maui 50.78 50.44 1.50 7 James Frick SR Kalaheo 51.09 50.50 8 Kekoa Mundo SR Christian Libert 51.04 52.96
Boys 800 Meter Run
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Jake Jacobs JR King Kekaulike 2:01.17 1:58.81 10 2 Connor Lehl FR Punahou 2:00.99 1:59.69 8 3 Gordon Kowalkowski JR Punahou 2:01.08 2:00.55 6 4 Ethan Miller SR Kahuku 2:01.12 2:01.78 4 5 Louie Ondo SO Waiakea 2:01.74 2:02.83 2 6 Cedric Petty 12 Castle 2:01.56 2:02.85 1 7 Jeffery Ferrell JR Keaau 2:02.27 2:03.36 8 Joseph Screen JR MPI 2:02.51 2:03.42
Boys 1500 Meter Run
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Jac Hebert SR Punahou 4:21.77 4:01.23 10 2 Davis Kaahanui SR KS Kapalama 4:22.00 4:03.46 8 3 Ian McQuate SR Waiakea 4:21.76 4:07.49 6 4 Justin Park SR Iolani Boys 4:13.34 4:08.35 4 5 Toshi Kosins SO Kalani 4:14.21 4:08.99 2 6 Kainalu Asam JR KS Kapalama 4:14.33 4:09.62 1 7 Louie Ondo SO Waiakea 4:12.66 4:11.52 8 Will Thorbecke JR LLHS 4:22.21 4:12.40 9 Sebastian Barahal JR Punahou 4:14.99 4:17.16 10 Ryan Tsang JR Maui High 4:20.79 4:17.35 11 Jeremy Ephriam 11 Campbell 4:23.02 4:21.63 12 Nick Colon SR Seabury 4:14.00 4:26.63
Boys 3000 Meter Run
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Kaeo Kruse SO KS Kapalama 9:40.55 8:43.12 10 2 Davis Kaahanui SR KS Kapalama 9:26.82 8:56.58 8 3 Jac Hebert SR Punahou 9:40.93 9:00.70 6 4 Makai Clemons JR Kalaheo 9:26.72 9:03.61 4 5 Corban Kaikkonen SR LLHS 9:40.98 9:08.98 2 6 Jakob Dewald 11 Mililani 9:40.56 9:21.08 1 7 Thunder Frost JR Kealakehe 9:26.39 9:25.42 8 Dyson Sato SR Waiakea 9:41.00 9:32.67 9 Stephen Hunter SR Hilo 9:28.52 9:34.35 10 Hidemasa Mitsui JR McKinley 9:44.57 9:36.82 11 Ian McQuate SR Waiakea 9:27.24 9:48.38 12 Kellen Tasaka SO Roosevelt 9:47.86 9:51.28
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
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Section 1 Finals Wind: NWI 1 Emerson Liburd JR LLHS 14.86 14.71 10 2 Raymond Alves SR Kalani 15.01 14.82 8 3 Travis Anderson FR Kapolei 15.15 15.05 6 4 Anthony Kahoohanohano-Da SO Baldwin Boys 15.24 15.17 4 5 Mario Kaluhiokalani JR KS Kapalama 15.34 15.18 2 6 Tre Evans-Dumaran SO KS Hawaii 15.39 15.26 1 7 Griffin Saunders SR Punahou 15.38 15.69
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================
Section 1 Finals 1 Raymond Alves SR Kalani 39.32 39.06 10 2 Griffin Saunders SR Punahou 39.03 39.33 8 3 Kiernan Leighton Mateo SO Baldwin Boys 40.64 39.64 6 4 Kalen Lyman-Risso SR KS Kapalama 39.91 40.27 4 5 Emerson Liburd JR LLHS 39.69 40.33 2 6 Mario Kaluhiokalani JR KS Kapalama 39.71 40.64 1 7 Travis Anderson FR Kapolei 40.59 40.64 8 Rihei Grothmann SR KS Hawaii 40.36 41.43
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay
================================================================================ School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Castle High School 43.50 43.15 10 2 kaiser high school 43.71 43.16 8 3 Konawaena 43.63 43.26 6 4 Kamehameha Schools Kapalama 43.22 43.29 4 5 King Kekaulike 43.53 43.80 2 6 Mililani High School 43.98 44.04 1 7 Baldwin High School Boys 43.97 44.30
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
================================================================================ School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Punahou School 3:27.82 3:22.35 10 2 Radford High School 3:28.74 3:23.50 8 3 Seabury Hall 3:31.80 3:27.38 6 4 Kamehameha Schools Kapalama 3:30.96 3:27.43 4 5 Campbell High School 3:29.62 3:28.86 2 6 Kamehameha 3:30.59 3:29.01 1 7 Kalani High School 3:34.27 3:30.79 8 Castle High School 3:33.80 3:31.07
Boys Pole Vault
================================================================================ Name Year School Seed Finals Points
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Flight 1 1 Kainoa Tom JR Baldwin Boys 14-00.00 14-00.00 10 1 Tristan Emmons SR Iolani Boys 13-06.00 J14-00.00 5 1 Dusty Flores SR Baldwin Boys 14-03.00 J14-00.00 8 1 Quinn Cassidy SR Punahou 14-00.00 J14-00.00 5 5 Brandon Hull SR Punahou 13-06.00 J13-06.00 5 Christopher Rickard SR St Anthony 14-00.00 13-06.00 2 5 Aukahi Nolan 11 Mililani 14-01.00 J13-06.00 1 8 Jonathan You SO Baldwin Boys 13-09.00 13-00.00 9 Lucas DeRego SO KS Hawaii 12-00.00 12-06.00 9 Joseph Burger JR Maui High 13-03.00 12-06.00 9 Jacob Romero SR Keaau 12-06.00 12-06.00 9 Johnny Pham JR Roosevelt 11-06.00 12-06.00 13 Akoni Kashima SR KS Kapalama 13-00.00 12-00.00 13 Andrew Davis SR Radford 13-00.00 12-00.00 13 James Mocarski SR Kalaheo 11-06.00 12-00.00 13 Marc Ferreira JR Waiakea 11-06.00 12-00.00 13 Robi Lin SO Punahou 12-06.00 12-00.00 13 Dillon Nguyen 12 Mililani 11-06.00 12-00.00 19 Justin Pham 12 Hawaii Prep 11-06.00 11-06.00 19 Corey Lyons SO Kalaheo 11-06.00 11-06.00
Boys Long Jump
===================================================================================== Name Year School Prelims Finals Wind Points
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Flight 1 Finals 1 Reece Alvarado SR University High 20-09.75 21-08.75 NWI 10 2 Ricky Casco SR Baldwin Boys 21-04.00 21-04.75 NWI 8 3 Anthony Kahoohanohano-Da SO Baldwin Boys 20-09.25 21-04.25 NWI 6 4 Kayson Smith Bejgrowicz JR KS Kapalama 21-00.50 21-00.50 NWI 4 5 Shayne Wolfe SR KS Kapalama 20-11.00 20-11.00 NWI 2 6 Khalil Stevens 12 Mililani 20-09.50 20-09.50 NWI 1 7 Eamon Brady FR Punahou 20-09.25 20-09.25 NWI 8 Keoni Yates SR Kealakehe 20-06.75 20-06.75 NWI
Boys Triple Jump
===================================================================================== Name Year School Prelims Finals Wind Points
===================================================================================== 1 Kayson Smith Bejgrowicz JR KS Kapalama 45-02.00 44-06.75 NWI 10 2 Chase Iwata-Bartelme SR King Kekaulike 43-08.50 44-06.00 NWI 8 3 Anthony Pataray SR St Louis 43-08.00 44-05.00 NWI 6 4 Drew Kobayashi SO St Louis 44-03.00 44-00.75 NWI 4 5 Randon Tuitama SR KAIM 43-03.00 43-10.75 NWI 2 6 JaJuan Ferdinand SR Moanalua 43-03.00 43-03.00 NWI 1 7 Nick Redlew SR Punahou 42-08.50 42-09.75 NWI 8 Reece Alvarado SR University High 42-10.00 42-09.00 NWI
Boys Shot Put
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Kamuela Borden JR Iolani Boys 49-07.00 52-07.00 10 2 Sione Holika SR Hilo 50-10.50 52-06.00 8 3 kauanoe vanderpoel SR KS Maui 52-04.50 52-04.50 6 4 Michael Mahuka JR KS Kapalama 48-03.00 49-11.75 4 5 Louis Matagi JR Farrington 49-10.00 49-10.00 2 6 Alema Kapoi SO KS Kapalama 49-06.50 49-06.50 1 7 quinn Kihune SR KS Maui 48-06.50 48-10.00 8 Kalauga Laloulu SO Baldwin Boys 48-01.50 48-01.50 9 Kolby Castillo JR Aiea 47-09.50 47-09.50
Boys Discus Throw
================================================================================ Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================================================ 1 Isi Holani SR Hilo 145-10 153-03 10 2 kauanoe vanderpoel SR KS Maui 152-07 152-07 8 3 Kamuela Borden JR Iolani Boys 144-02 152-05 6 4 Feke Kioa SR Kealakehe 143-04 151-00 4 5 Jeremiah Leovao JR Aiea 142-00 148-06 2 6 Onosai Emelio JR Maui High 143-04 145-04 1 7 Dakota Torres SR Punahou 143-10 143-10 8 Arvenjae Lacaden JR Maui High 141-01 141-01
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