Kahoohanohano-Davis Sets Two Meet Records in Jumps

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Baldwin's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis clears the high jump cross bar at 6 feet 6 3/4 inches on his first try Saturday. The winning height was a new meet record. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis clears the high jump cross bar at 6 feet 6 3/4 inches on his first try Saturday. The winning height was a new meet record. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

By Rodney S. Yap

There is talented, and then there is La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis — the Baldwin High School jump specialist who enjoyed a breakout performance of epic proportions Saturday.

Maui Interscholastic League track and field fans witnessed two record-breaking jumps in a span of 30 minutes by the versatile and explosive Kahoohanohano-Davis that officially elevated the Baldwin senior above the rest of the 50th state and every MIL long jumper to ever compete in the event.

Kahoohanohano-Davis established new meet records in the long jump at 23 feet, 2 3/4 inches and high jump at 6-6 3/4. His mark of 45-4 3/4 in the triple jump from the trials allowed him to sweep all three jump events for the second time in his career.

The senior also swept all three jump disciplines at the MIL championships last year. His wins Saturday contributed 30 individual points to his team, which rolled up a record 197 points in winning the boys championship at the MIL Yamamoto Invitational. Maui High (64), King Kekaulike (58) and Kamehameha (50) combined were still short of Baldwin’s total.

Baldwin's Kaitlin Smith (left) and La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis were named female and male athletes of the MIL Yamamoto Invitational Meet Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s Kaitlin Smith (left) and La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis were named female and male athletes of the MIL Yamamoto Invitational Meet Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s Kahoohanohano-Davis and Kaitlin Smith were chosen outstanding male and female athletes of the meet. Kahoohanohano-Davis also ran the first leg on the Bears’ winning 4 x 100 relay for his fourth gold medal.

In the girls division, Seabury Hall won its sixth straight MIL Yamamoto Invitational, outscoring Baldwin 142 to 117. Maui High was third with 77 points.

“La’a was on a roll tonight,” said Baldwin head coach Ardis Anguay. “I joked with him about what he had to eat today, but honestly I think it was just a positive vibe that he picked up earlier this week and he had a good week of practice.”

Kahoohanohano-Davis’ legs appeared rested, coming off a one-event effort a week ago at Kamehameha Maui, his mind focused and prepared to execute.

“I was thinking about the meet record (in the long jump) since yesterday’s trials,” said the event’s defending state champion. “I wanted to also go after the triple jump record but coach said to rest from the triple and concentrate on the high jump.”

Baldwin's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis explodes out of the starting blocks running the first leg of the boys 4 x 100 relay. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis explodes out of the starting blocks running the first leg of the boys 4 x 100 relay. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Two weeks ago, Kahoohanohano-Davis broke the school record in the triple jump at 46 feet, 8 inches. Only Maui High’s Joseph Perry has triple jumped farther, going 46-10 at the state meet in 1997. The meet record in the triple jump of 46-3 remains the oldest record in the books, set in 1983 by St. Anthony’s Mark Joaquin.

Kahoohanohano-Davis thanked his teammates and other MIL competitors for pushing him to get better each week.

“When I hit the board in the long jump, I felt like I had a good pop and then I felt this lift off and I thought, ‘yeah this must be a pretty good one.’ “

After the great take off, Kahoohanohano-Davis said he focused on the landing and said he nailed it.

In the high jump, he opened at 5-8, cleared 6-0 and 6-2 before huddling with his coaches and deciding on raising the bar to 6-6 3/4, almost an inch above the meet record of 6-6 1/2 set by Kaahumanu Hou’s Ryan Schmidt in 1999.

Once the crossbar was officially measured, Kahoohanohano-Davis did not hesitate, taking his first attempt within seconds of being cleared for takeoff.

Seabury Hall's Isaiah Payne pulls along side Baldwin's Bailey Kaopuiki in the boys 200-meter dash Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Seabury Hall’s Isaiah Payne pulls along side Baldwin’s Bailey Kaopuiki in the boys 200-meter dash Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Up and over, done! Clean jump, with two to three inches to spare between his butt and the bar. The crowd roared their support as Kahoohanohano-Davis indicated to event officials that he was done, walking away without a single miss, and then accepting congratulations from teammates, coaches and family members.

“I was just trying to clear my head and not get too anxious before I mess up or something. So I just tried to stay relaxed and calm.”

In his career, the Baldwin star has enjoyed plenty of success competing in the Yamamoto Invitational, winning the boys long jump and high jump three consecutive years.

Schmidt, who went on to jump collegiately, won the state long jump (22-1 3/4) and high jump (6-6) in 2000, and he finished third in the triple jump (44-6 3/4) that year.

On Saturday, Baldwin swept the triple jump, finished 1-2 in the long jump, 1-2-4 in the pole vault and 1-3-4 in the high jump — for a combined 84 points.

Baldwin's Kiernan Leighton Mateo wins the boys 110 high hurdles with a new personal best time of 14.71 seconds. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s Kiernan Leighton Mateo wins the boys 110 high hurdles with a new personal best time of 14.71 seconds. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin sprinter Bailey Kaopuiki, unbeaten in the 100 and 200 in almost two seasons, continued his winning ways, this time in a season bests 10.97 and 22.06, respectively. His time in the 100 tied the meet record set by former Baldwin standout Keelan Ewaliko in 2013. The senior captain also anchored the team’s winning 4 x 100 relay in 44.13.

Seabury sophomore Isaiah Payne recorded personal best times in all three of his running events. Payne ran away with the 400 in 51.25 and finishied second to Kaopuiki in the 100 (11.25) and 200 (22.57).

“Getting a PR in an event is the best feeling, knowing you did better,” said Payne, who pulled along side of Kaopuiki at the bottom of the turn before the Baldwin speedster pulled away. “Yeah I was catching him on the turn, but once we came out of the curve he was gone.”

“I really like him as a person, too, but seeing him right by me in the 200, made me think ‘wow there is someone right next to me’ and that makes me happy. It’s good. I am glad Isaiah is here to push me.”

Kaopuiki, who has a best of 10.74 in the 100 and 21.68 in the 200, welcomes the competition.

Maui Interscholastic League Track & Field Association President Allan Fernandez holds up a picture of the late Satoki Yamamoto. Wife, Doris, and grand daughter Aleysa Martin were in attendance Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Maui Interscholastic League Track & Field Association President Allan Fernandez holds up a picture of the late Satoki Yamamoto. Wife, Doris, and grand daughter Aleysa Martin were in attendance Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

“I’m never satisfied, I’d like to be at 21.6 and 10.7, that’s were I want to be or better than that.”

“Competition is what makes you better and we enjoy all the competition we can get,” said Coach Anguay.

***

* King Kekaulike distance runner Dalton Aganos won the boys 1500 (4:30.04) and 3000 (10:12.44) ahead of Baldwin’s Kai Sears in both races.

* Baldwin’s Kiernan Mateo won the boys 110 high hurdles in a personal best of 14.71. His winning time was announced as a new meet record by mistake. Lahainaluna’s Emerson Liburd broke the old record of 15.15 set by Maui High’s Taylor Burrill (2005) in the finals of last year’s meet when he was clocked in 14.57, coming from behind to beat Kahoohanohano-Davis.

“I was just concentrating on winning first place,” said Mateo after the race. “It felt pretty good, but I think I can go faster. Without competition its hard to run fast times.”

Double winner in the 1500 and 3000 was King Kekaulike's Dalton Aganos. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Double winner in the 1500 and 3000 was King Kekaulike’s Dalton Aganos. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

* Lahainaluna’s Kamal Golaube continued working his way back from an injury he suffered playing soccer. Golaube won the 300 hurdles in 41.17. Mateo felt soreness in his quad after running the second leg of the 4 x 100 relay and was kept out of the longer hurdle race as a precaution.

* Sophomore Sam Prevost was the only competitor outside the MIL. The sprinter from Eric Hamber High School in Vancouver, BC, has been on the Valley Isle all week training at the stadium. Sam finished 8th in the 100 (11.80), 2nd in the 400 (52.45), and 5th in the 200 (24.08).

 

MAUI INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE YAMAMOTO INVITATIONAL

At Yamamoto Track & Field Facility

Saturday, March 19, Results

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles — 1, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 15.16. 2, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 16.65. 3, Anguay, Kaeana, Baldwin Girls, 16.99. 4, Dougherty, Makena, Seabury Hall, 17.62. 5, Vehikite, Liliola, Llhs 2016, 19.03. 6, Molina, May, Maui High Girls, 21.28. 7, Ora’a, Lexa, Llhs 2016, 21.45. 8, Manuel-Sagon, Michaella, Maui High Girls, 22.68.

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles — 1, Mateo, Kiernan Leighton, Baldwin Boys, 14.71. 2, Golaube, Kamal, Llhs 2016, 15.18. 3, Ranchez, Edilito, Maui High Boys, 16.01. 4, Cadiz, Rey, Baldwin Boys, 16.55. 5, Rabara, Michael Jef, Maui High Boys, 18.26. 6, Lunes, Jarred, Llhs 2016, 18.34. 7, Yogi, Aaron, Llhs 2016, 19.91.

Girls 100 Meters — 1, Antolin, Alyssa Mae, Maui High Girls, 12.57. 2, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 13.08. 3, Nitta, Ani, Kamehameha, 13.15. 4, Borthwick, Claire, Seabury Hall, 13.25. 5, Carvalho, Jenna, Seabury Hall, 13.34. 6, Myers, Mya, Baldwin Girls, 13.57. 7, Panuve, Sela, Baldwin Girls, 13.64. 8, Casayuran, Alssie, Maui High Girls, 13.90.

Boys 100 Meters — 1, Kaopuiki, Bailey, Baldwin Boys, 10.97. 2, Payne, Isaiah, Seabury Hall, 11.25. 3, Ribucan, Shane, King Kekaulike, 11.43. 4, Taberna, Micah, King Kekaulike, 11.45. 5, Crozier, Justice, Kihei Charter, 11.68. 6, Martin, Damon, Kamehameha, 11.71. 7, Mochizuki, Max, Kihei Charter, 11.73. 8, Prevost, Sam, Eric Hamber High, 11.80.

Girls 1500 Meters — 1, Shipman, Ava, Seabury Hall, 4:52.47. 2, Winham, Veronica, Seabury Hall, 5:15.70. 3, Craig, Emily, Maui High Girls, 5:21.93. 4, Mulligan, Darby, Seabury Hall, 5:25.87. 5, Inouye, Kassie, Baldwin Girls, 5:44.63. 6, Daniels, Nicole, Maui High Girls, 5:44.84. 7, Halunajan, Roselle Ann, Maui High Girls, 5:47.50. 8, Valdez, Savanna, King Kekaulike, 5:53.57. 9, Gera, Madison, Kihei Charter, 6:22.50. 10, Arroyo-Haro, Karina, Llhs 2016, 6:25.43.

Boys 1500 Meters — 1, Aganos, Dalton, King Kekaulike, 4:30.04. 2, Sears, Kai, Baldwin Boys, 4:36.43. 3, Vega, Dylan, Maui High Boys, 4:37.98. 4, Cooper, Tyler, Baldwin Boys, 4:39.11. 5, Omura, Dean, Llhs 2016, 4:44.19. 6, Giron, Deion, Maui High Boys, 4:48.01. 7, Tamanaha, Cy, Baldwin Boys, 4:52.57. 8, Stevenson, Nicholas, King Kekaulike, 4:57.09. 9, Acidera, Josh, Seabury Hall, 4:59.05. 10, Mitchell, Kai, Seabury Hall, 5:44.84. –, Thorup, Shaye, Maui High Boys, DQ.

Girls 4×100 Meter Relay — 1, Baldwin High School  Girls ‘A’ 54.27. 2, Maui High School Girls ‘A’ 54.27. 3, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 55.69. 4, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 59.83.

Boys 4×100 Meter Relay —1, Baldwin High School Boys ‘A’ 44.13. 2, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 45.26. 3, Kamehameha ‘A’ 47.16. 4, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 50.54. –, Maui High Boys ‘A’ DQ.

Girls 400 Meters — 1, Reynolds, Maya, Kihei Charter, 58.96. 2, Carvalho, Jenna, Seabury Hall, 1:03.51. 3, Dougherty, Maile, Seabury Hall, 1:03.74. 4, Currence, Natasha, Llhs 2016, 1:04.34. 5, Hackett, Kayla, King Kekaulike, 1:06.20. 6, Echiverri, Kristi, Maui High Girls, 1:07.82. 7, Casayuran, Alssie, Maui High Girls, 1:09.14.

Boys 400 Meters —1, Payne, Isaiah, Seabury Hall, 51.25. 2, Prevost, Sam, Eric Hamber High, 52.45. 3, Crozier, Justice, Kihei Charter, 52.67. 4, Marquez, Kainalu, Baldwin Boys, 53.55. 5, Hottendorf, Quinn, Kamehameha, 54.32. 6, Locke, Carver, Llhs 2016, 55.04. 7, Christie, Cole, Seabury Hall, 55.09. 8, Paet, Aleksander, Baldwin Boys, 55.95.

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles — 1, Dougherty, Makena, Seabury Hall, 49.59. 2, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 49.61. 3, Vehikite, Liliola, Llhs 2016, 53.74. 4, Anguay, Kaeana, Baldwin Girls, 55.31. 5, Narayan, Alexa, Maui Prep, 1:00.55. 6, Manuel-Sagon, Michaella, Maui High Girls, 1:05.41. 7, Ora’a, Lexa, Llhs 2016, 1:06.32.

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles —1, Golaube, Kamal, Llhs 2016, 41.17. 2, Ranchez, Edilito, Maui High Boys, 43.61. 3, Cadiz, Rey, Baldwin Boys, 44.58. 4, Dimuro, Johnny, Baldwin Boys, 45.48. 5, Yogi, Aaron, Llhs 2016, 46.92. 6, Lunes, Jarred, Llhs 2016, 48.76.

Girls 800 Meters — 1, Shipman, Ava, Seabury Hall, 2:22.83. 2, Winham, Veronica, Seabury Hall, 2:29.01. 3, Giron, Jules, Maui High Girls, 2:38.76. 4, Craig, Emily, Maui High Girls, 2:43.98. 5, Sanchez, Hailee-Adrianna, Maui High Girls, 2:46.32. 6, Hackett, Kayla, King Kekaulike, 2:57.64. 7, Inouye, Kassie, Baldwin Girls, 2:57.69. 8, Parish, Elisabeth, Kihei Charter, 3:14.29.

Boys 800 Meters — 1, Renauld, Ikaika, Kamehameha, 2:06.46. 2, Anguay, Zachary, Baldwin Boys, 2:07.22. 3, Thorup, Shaye, Maui High Boys, 2:12.43. 4, Acidera, Josh, Seabury Hall, 2:15.18. 5, Soo Hoo, Caleb, Baldwin Boys, 2:16.15. 6, burkhart, luke, King Kekaulike, 2:16.29. 7, Vega, Dylan, Maui High Boys, 2:17.81. –, Kepler, Josh, Kihei Charter, DQ.

Girls 200 Meters — 1, Antolin, Alyssa Mae, Maui High Girls, 26.08. 2, Reynolds, Maya, Kihei Charter, 26.25. 3, Nitta, Ani, Kamehameha, 26.72. 4, Borthwick, Claire, Seabury Hall, 27.06. 5, Carvalho, Jenna, Seabury Hall, 27.85. 6, Panuve, Sela, Baldwin Girls, 28.02. 7, Currence, Natasha, Llhs 2016, 28.49. 8, Love, Lyric, King Kekaulike, 28.90.

Boys 200 Meters — 1, Kaopuiki, Bailey, Baldwin Boys, 22.06. 2, Payne, Isaiah, Seabury Hall, 22.57. 3, Ribucan, Shane, King Kekaulike, 23.34. 4, Taberna, Brennan, King Kekaulike, 23.47. 5, Prevost, Sam, Eric Hamber High, 24.08. 6, Brand, Dylan, Maui High Boys, 24.24. 7, Crozier, Justice, Kihei Charter, 24.46. 8, Ornellas, Taiana, Saint Anthony, 25.06.

Girls 3000 Meters — 1, Shipman, Ava, Seabury Hall, 11:32.43. 2, Winham, Veronica, Seabury Hall, 11:53.80. 3, Mulligan, Darby, Seabury Hall, 12:01.28. 4, Chamberlain, Tory, Maui High Girls, 12:59.84. 5, Giron, Jules, Maui High Girls, 13:11.97. 6, Inouye, Kassie, Baldwin Girls, 13:55.39. 7, Gera, Madison, Kihei Charter, 14:03.26. 8, Enomoto, Nichelle, Maui High Girls, 14:06.79. 9, Arroyo-Haro, Karina, Llhs 2016, 14:23.51. 10, Eldredge, Kaleimaile, Baldwin Girls,14:57.59. –, Valdez, Savanna, King Kekaulike, DNF.

Boys 3000 Meters —1, Aganos, Dalton, King Kekaulike, 10:12.44. 2, Sears, Kai, Baldwin Boys, 10:25.96. 3, Akiona, Po’okela, King Kekaulike, 10:29.15. 4, Giron, Deion, Maui High Boys, 10:32.00. 5, Cooper, Tyler, Baldwin Boys, 10:32.63. 6, McCorriston, Brody, Maui High Boys, 11:20.69. 7, Tamanaha, Cy, Baldwin Boys, 11:23.96. 8, Blessum, Forest, Kihei Charter, 11:53.02. 9, Mitchell, Kai, Seabury Hall,

12:14.66. 10, Molina, Kia’i, Maui High Boys, 12:47.08. –, Omura, Dean, Llhs 2016, DQ.

Girls 4×400 Meter Relay —1, Seabury Hall ‘A’ 4:20.16. 2, Maui High School Girls ‘A’ 4:30.54. 3, Baldwin High School  Girls ‘A’ 4:57.81. 4, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 5:20.65.

Boys 4×400 Meter Relay — 1, Kihei Charter ‘A’ 3:38.08. 2, Baldwin High School Boys ‘A’ 3:38.37. 3, Kamehameha ‘A’ 3:40.45. 4, Seabury Hall ‘A’ 3:40.83. 5, Maui High Boys ‘A’ 3:49.45. 6, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 3:50.60. 7, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 3:53.67.

Girls Discus — 1, Maea, Tanifa, Baldwin Girls, 112-09. 2, Henderson, Alexis, King Kekaulike, 107-01. 3, Evangelista, Haile, Maui High Girls, 87-03. 4, Rano, Delisa, Kamehameha, 86-11. 5, Mataele, Mele, Baldwin Girls, 81-10. 6, Saia, Tupou Elizabeth, Llhs 2016, 78-08. 7, Kauvaka-Vaaimamao, Teisah, Maui High Girls, 77-06. 8, Warrington, Natalie, Kamehameha, 70-03. 9, Miguel, Jaedyn, Maui High Girls, 68-00.

Boys Discus — 1, Au-Haupu, Micah, Kamehameha, 137-09. 2, Perlas-Kai, Matini, Llhs 2016, 131-10. 3, Smith, Javin, Maui High Boys, 127-08. 4, Ngahe, Manu, Baldwin Boys, 124-03. 5, Felemi, Mosese, Llhs 2016, 123-09. 6, Vaivela, Andre, Baldwin Boys, 117-01. 7, Sigrah, Joseph, King Kekaulike, 112-00. 8, Batulayan, Aaron, Maui High Boys, 105-05. 9, Arista, Gavin, Baldwin Boys, 98-02. 10, Williams, Leo’n, King Kekaulike, 90-07. 11, Hemmitt, Kai, Kihei Charter, 79-11. 11, Crozier, Storm, Kihei Charter, 79-11. 13, Miguel, Ian, Kihei Charter, 73-02. –, Evalu-Robinson, Koa, Llhs 2016, FOUL.

Girls Pole Vault — 1, Patch, Maygan, Llhs 2016, 9-00. –, Lanias, Seana, Kamehameha, NH.

Boys Pole Vault — 1, Fukuhara, Sean, Baldwin Boys, 14-01. 2, Omine, Edward, Baldwin Boys, 12-03. 3, Hottendorf, Quinn, Kamehameha, 12-02. 4, Silva Shawn, Baldwin Boys, 11-06. 5, Baldonado-Kaleiopu, Tyerell, Kamehameha, 10-05.

Girls Long Jump — 1, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 17-10.50. 2, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 16-03.75. 3, Borthwick, Claire, Seabury Hall, 15-05.75. 4, Dougherty, Maile, Seabury Hall, 15-03.50. 5, Carvalho, Jenna, Seabury Hall, 14-05.25. 6, Molina, May, Maui High Girls, 14-04.75. 7, Abreu, Charlie, King Kekaulike, 14-01.50. 8, Gavigan, Lily, Kamehameha, 13-06.50.

Boys Long Jump — 1, Kahoohanohano-Davis, Anthony, Baldwin Boys, 23-02.75. 2, Aquino, Jocel, Baldwin Boys, 20-06.50. 3, Christie, Cole, Seabury Hall, 19-08.75. 4, Mochizuki, Max, Kihei Charter, 19-00.50. 5, Bel, Anis, Llhs 2016, 18-06.25. 6, Locke, Carver, Llhs 2016, 18-05.75. 7, Shultz, Kyle, Llhs 2016, 18-01.75. –, Cremer, Darian, Baldwin Boys, DQ.

Girls Triple Jump— 1, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 36-06.25. 2, Dougherty, Maile, Seabury Hall, 33-01.75. 3, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 32-10.25. 4, Logan, Keely, Kamehameha, 32-04.75. 5, Patch, Maygan, Llhs 2016, 31-10.50. 6, Otto, Cassidy, Maui Prep, 30-07.75. 7, Narayan, Alexa, Maui Prep, 29-11. 8, Abreu, Charlie, King Kekaulike, 29-07.50.

Boys Triple Jump — 1, Kahoohanohano-Davis, Anthony, Baldwin Boys, 45-04.75. 2, Tamaki, Chayse, Baldwin Boys, 44-08.75. 3, Aquino, Jocel, Baldwin Boys, 43-11.50. 4, Christie, Cole, Seabury Hall, 39-09.75. 5, Locke, Carver, Llhs 2016, 38-09.75. 6, Segundo, Kyle, Kamehameha, 34-07. 7, Espiritu Jr., Ronnie, Llhs 2016, 33-10.25. 8, Metoyer, Trey, King Kekaulike, 32-03.75.

Girls High Jump — 1, Logan, Keely, Kamehameha, 4-10. 2, Otto, Cassidy, Maui Prep, 4-08. 3, Narayan, Alexa, Maui Prep, 4-06. 4, Abreu, Charlie, King Kekaulike, 4-04. 5, Dingman, Alisha, Kihei Charter, J4-04. 6, Bechert, Elsie, King Kekaulike, 4-02. –, Aruda, Jamie Lee, Baldwin Girls, FAIL. –, Agorilla, Jacqueline, Baldwin Girls, FAIL. –, Pacheco, Taryn-Lee, Baldwin Girls, FAIL.

Boys High Jump — 1, Kahoohanohano-Davis, Anthony, Baldwin Boys, 6-06.75. 2, Brand, Dylan, Maui High Boys, 5-10. 3, Schwindler, Ryan, Baldwin Boys, 5-06. 4, Tamaki, Chayse, Baldwin Boys, J5-06. 5, Metoyer, Trey, King Kekaulike, 5-04. 6, Madariaga, Jacob, Maui High Boys, J5-04. 7, Pascua, Reece, Llhs 2016, J5-04. –, Foronda II, Edmund, Maui High Boys, FAIL. –, Lauture, Darius, King Kekaulike, FAIL.–, Mendoza, Arik, King Kekaulike, FAIL.

Girls Shot Put — 1, Henderson, Alexis, King Kekaulike, 33-03. 2, Dougherty, Makena, Seabury Hall, 31-07.75. 3, Miguel, Jaedyn, Maui High Girls, 30-00. 4, Maea, Tanifa, Baldwin Girls, 29-01. 5, Mataele, Mele, Baldwin Girls, 28-08. 6, Rano, Delisa, Kamehameha, 26-06. 7, Saia, Tupou Elizabeth, Llhs 2016, 25-10.75. 8, Evangelista, Haile, Maui High Girls, 25-10.

Boys Shot Put — 1, Paranada, Jarred, Baldwin Boys, 45-09. 2, Smith, Javin, Maui High Boys, 41-10. 3, Au-Haupu, Micah, Kamehameha, 40-11.25. 4, Batulayan, Aaron, Maui High Boys, 38-02. 5, Perlas-Kai, Matini, Llhs 2016, 34-03. 6, Felemi, Mosese, Llhs 2016, 34-01. 7, Arista, Gavin, Baldwin Boys,33-07.50.

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