Strong Competition Fuels Baldwin’s Success at Victorino

April 3, 2016, 7:38 PM HST · Updated April 3, 8:58 PM
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Kamehameha Hawaii’s Tre Evans-Dumaran en route to his record-breaking run in the boys 110 high hurdles Saturday. Lahainaluna’s Kamal Golaube (right) finished second. Photo by Rodney S. yap.

By Rodney S. Yap

Competition breeds success.

And Saturday, it was the competition that brought on the success that Baldwin High School enjoyed in both the boys and girls divisions at the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational.

Individual success drives team success in the sport of track and field, and Baldwin enjoyed plenty of individual highlights in the 32-event scoring meet, including top performers in the boys field events with La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, boys running events with Bailey Kaopuiki, and girls field events with Kaitlin Smith.

Hurdler/jumper Kahoohanohano-Davis and sprinter Kaopuiki combined for four-event wins, three new meet records and one tied meet record as Baldwin finished with 198 points. The Bears’ total was three points shy of their all-time scoring record of 201, established two years ago at the Victorino championships.

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The Baldwin High School girls team won the Victorino Ohana Invitational championship with 137 points. Seabury Hall was runner-up with 123 points. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

King Kekaulike was second in the boys division with 73 points, 20 coming from double-winner Dalton Aganos in the 1500 and 3000. Lahainaluna was third with 64 points, followed by fourth-place Seabury Hall’s 51.

Smith led the Lady Bears to a sweep in three events — the long and triple jumps and the 100 hurdles — outscoring runner-up Seabury Hall in her specialties 72 to 11.

The Baldwin girls finished 14 points better than Seabury Hall, 137 to 123, to grab their first team title in five seasons. King Kekaulike was third with 55 points and Maui High was fourth with 50.

In all, there were six new meet records, including two in the girls division as Smith broke her own mark of 15.36 seconds in the 100 hurdles with a winning time of 15.29 and Kihei Charter’s Maya Reynolds ran a 58.39 in the 400, breaking the previous record of 58.53 set by Seabury Hall’s Alyssa Bettendorf in 2013.

Kahoohanohano-Davis broke the boys long jump record of 22 feet, 3 inches, with a first jump of 23-8 in Friday’s trials. He did not jump in the finals and did not participate in the triple jump. On Saturday, he followed up a disqualification in the 110 high hurdles with a personal best jump of 6-7 in the high jump. He set the previous meet record of 6-6 last year.

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Baldwin’s Bailey Kaopuiki takes the baton from teammate Jocel Aquino before anchoring the Bears to a 4×100 victory. Kaopuiki also anchored the Bears’ winning 4×400 relay. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Kaopuiki, the state defending champion in the 100 and 200, had his best night of the 2016 season, wearing four gold medals when collecting the team’s championship trophy and the meet’s top male runner award.

The senior sprinter, who has not been defeated in the 100 and 200 since his sophomore season, won the 100 in 11.00 and the 200 in 21.94. Seabury sophomore Isaiah Payne pushed Kaopuiki in both races, helping him to run under 22 seconds in the 200 for the first time since last year’s state meet.

Kaopuiki’s 21.94 broke the meet record of 22.04 set by Baldwin’s Keelan Ewaliko in 2013. His qualifying time of 10.94 in the 100 on Friday tied the meet record set by Baldwin’s Kalei Kamahele in 2008.

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    It was the competition that led Kamehameha Hawaii’s Tre Evans-Dumaran to return to the Yamamoto Track & Field Facility and the estimated crowd of 750 got to witness a special race in the boys 110 high hurdles.

    Evans-Dumaran set the meet record of 14.70 in the event last year. Kahoohanohano-Davis did not run in the event last year, but the two did run side by side here in lanes 4 and 5, respectively, at the finals of the state championships in May.

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    Baldwin’s Kaitlin Smith led the Lady Bears to the team title by winning the 100 hurdles in a record-breaking fashion. Photo by Rodney S, Yap.

    Leading the race in lane 4, Kahoohanohano-Davis stumbled at the second to last hurdler and plowed into it feet first. His collision with the hurdle affected Evans-Dumaran, running in lane 5, and both hurdlers were disqualified as a result.

    The painful memory of the ill-fated state race fueled Evan-Dumaran’s return to Maui on Saturday.

    This time, however, it was the Big Island senior who led the race, and again Kahoohanohano-Davis was disqualified. Luckily, the Baldwin hurdler escaped injury after his attempt to push the last hurdle down caused the hurdle to bounce back violently and then spin through his legs and around his back.

    The combination of force and speed with which Kahoohanohano-Davis was finishing the race caused the hurdle to react freakishly. In fact the legs of the hurdle appeared to wrap around Kahoohanohano-Davis’ neck near the finish line, and the two did not separate until the hurdler fell to the ground in a submissive fashion.

    When the dust settled, Evans-Dumaran had broken his own record with a time of 14.45. Kahoohanohano-Davis was disqualified, but Lahainaluna’s Kamal Golaube finished second with a personal best time of 14.87.

    The state record for the 110 high hurdles is 14.44, set in 1999 on Maui by former Maui High standout Dana Navarro-Arias. Last year, Lahainaluna’s Emerson Liburd successfully defended his high-hurdle title by running a wind-aided time of 14.37 — the MIL’s all-time best.

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    Kamehameha Maui’s Ikaika Renauld leads the boys 800 with Baldwin’s Kolbe Fontanilla giving chase. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

    “I started hitting hurdles, I even saw chips of wood flying, and thought ‘Oh no, I’m breaking the hurdles,’ “ Kahoohanohano-Davis said. “I hit the ninth hurdle with the front of my foot and the last hurdle I just wanted to push it down. I didn’t expect to get caught inside the hurdle.”

    Because he was competing in the high jump at the same time, Kahoohanohano-Davis did not get to warm up for the high hurdles — the meet’s first running event.

    “It was real important to warm up but with the high jump going on I didn’t want to leave and then have to come all the way back.”

    “I just came in looking for a rematch with Anthony because that was a state race last year when we both took a spill,” Evans-Dumaran said. “So I was really looking forward to racing him, but he did not get a chance to warm up because he was at the high jump, so I knew that maybe he wouldn’t be at his best.

    “But it didn’t matter because I just wanted to race him and Kamal, too, he’s my good friend and I wanted to race him. The competition here is a lot better (than on the Big Island) and that’s why I came here.

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    Kihei Charter’s Maya Reynolds won the 400 and the 200 Saturday. She was also named the meet’s most outstanding female runner. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

    “I am definitely happy with the time. I just need to go back home and work harder than ever. Continuing to work hard will keep me ready for states.”

    Five minutes later, Kahoohanohano-Davis cleared 6-7 in the high jump.

    “I was really upset with what happened in the highs and I just wanted to take my anger out on the high jump,” he explained.

    Smith was followed by teammates Kacy-Lynn Navarro in the 100 highs and Kaeana Anguay was third.

    In the triple jump, Smith led a 1-2-3 finish with Navarro in second and Sela Panuve was third. Sascia Campos-Ewaliko was second to Smith in the long jump and Navarro was third.

    Turns out Baldwin’s Panuve was the biggest surprise, helping the Lady Bears with 14 points for finishing third in the triple, third in the 200 and fifth in the 100.

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    Baldwin won the girls 4×100 relay. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

    Other meet highlights included:

    * Kihei Charter’s first-ever state champion Reynolds won the 400 in a season’s best time of 58.39, which was a new meet record. The junior also won the girls 200 in 26.81 and was named the meet’s outstanding female runner. Freshmen Alyssa Mae Antolin from Maui High, won the 100 (12.89), but did not run the 200 and 400, despite qualifying on Friday in both sprints.

    * King Kekaulike’s Alexis Henderson was a double winner in the girls ring events, producing a season’s best in the discus at 109-0 and winning toss of 35-9 in the shot put.

    * King Kekaulike’s Aganos won the 1500 and 3000 runs, clocking best marks this season at 4:26.15 and 10:00.44, respectively. Baldwin’s Kai Sears was runner-up in the 1500 at 4:29.65, while Aganos’ teammate Po’okela Akiona was second in the 3000 at 10:04.36.

    * Baldwin’s Jarred Paranada PR’d in the boys shot put at 47-0 and remains unbeaten in the event this season.

    * Lahainaluna’s Maygan and Haylee Patch continued their dominance in the girls pole vault and high jump respectively. Maygan won the vault at 9-0 and Haylee won the high jump with fewer misses at 4-8, where she was tied with three others.

    * Kamehameha Maui’s Ikaika Renauld kept his unbeaten streak in the 800 in tact, but was unable to lower his season’s best of 2:05.98 with a winning time of 2:06.57. Runner-up Kolbe Fontanilla of Baldwin, however, ran almost a full second faster than his previous best time from Friday’s trials, 2:06.94 from 2:07.92.

    * Seabury Hall’s Veronica Winham was rewarded with PR’s in the girls 800 and 3000 runs. The Spartan sophomore won the long race in 11:31.71 and finished second to teammate Ava Shipman in the two-lap race at 2:27.53.

    * Baldwin freshman Rey Cadiz figures to dominate the hurdles at the upcoming MIL junior varsity championships. Cadiz runs faster week after week running against varsity competition and Saturday he finished third twice and PR’d in both the 110 highs (16.07) and 300 intermediates (42.32).

    Team Results

    Girls — Baldwin 137, Seabury Hall 123, King Kekaulike 55, Maui Highj 50, Lahainaluna 40, Kihei Charter 29, Kamehameha Maui 21, Molokai 14, Maui Prep 11.

    Boys — Baldwin 198, King Kekaulike 73, Lahainaluna 64, Seabury Hall 51, Kamehameha Maui 40, Kamehameha Hawaii 28, Maui High 27, Kihei Charter 14.

     

    Victorino Ohana Invitational Results

    Saturday, April 2, 2016

    At Yamamoto Track & Field Facility

    Girls 100 Meter Hurdles — 1, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 15.29. 2, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 16.89. 3, Anguay, Kaeana, Baldwin Girls, 17.04. 4, Dougherty, Makena, SEA, 17.32. 5, Vehikite, Liliola, LLHS, 18.69. 6, Preseault, Erika, SEA, 18.78. 7,  Ora’a, Lexa, LLHS, 21.19.

    Boys 110 Meter Hurdles —1, Evans-Dumaran, Tre, KMHI, 14.45. 2, Golaube, Kamal, LLHS, 14.87. 3, Cadiz, Rey, Baldwin Boys, 16.07. 4, Dimuro, Johnny, Baldwin Boys, 16.61. 5, Rabara, Michael Jef, MHSB, 17.45. 6, Lunes, Jarred, LLHS, 17.96. –,Kahoohanohano-Davis, Anthony, Baldwin Boys, DQ.

    Girls 100 Meters — 1, Antolin, Alyssa Mae, Maui High Girls, 12.89. 2, Kern, Amira, King Kekaulike, 13.24. 3, Carvalho, Jenna, SEA, 13.43. 4, tuitele, kayla, Kamehameha, 13.54. 5, Panuve, Sela, Baldwin Girls, 13.60. 6, Love, Lyric, King Kekaulike, 13.63. 7, Pilotin, Erica, SEA, 13.65.

    Boys 100 Meters — 1, Kaopuiki, Bailey, Baldwin Boys, 11.00. 2, Evans-Dumaran, Tre, KMHI, 11.11. 3, Payne, Isaiah, SEA, 11.18. 4, Taberna, Micah, King Kekaulike, 11.59. 5, Taberna, Brennan, King Kekaulike, 11.63. 6, Ribucan, Shane, King Kekaulike, 11.84. 7, Brand, Dylan, MHSB, 11.93. 8, Upfold-Pante, Ivan, LLHS, 12.22.

    Girls 1500 Meters — 1, Shipman, Ava, SEA, 4:56.63. 2, Craig, Emily, Maui High Girls, 5:22.21. 3, Mulligan, Darby, SEA, 5:29.98. 4, Gavigan, Lily, Kamehameha, 5:37.49. 5, Inouye, Kassie, Baldwin Girls, 5:46.01. 6, Daniels, Nicole, Maui High Girls, 5:51.77. 7, Teoh, Alexandra, Baldwin Girls, 5:58.54. 8, Arroyo-Haro, Karina, LLHS, 6:17.18. 9, Gerra, Madison, Kihei Charter, 6:20.39. –, Gangnath, Chloe, SEA, DQ. –, Matsuda, Cassidy, Maui High Girls, DQ.

    Boys 1500 Meters — 1, Aganos, Dalton, King Kekaulike, 4:26.15. 2, Sears, Kai, Baldwin Boys, 4:29.65. 3, Cooper, Tyler, Baldwin Boys, 4:31.37. 4, Akiona, Po’okela, King Kekaulike, 4:36.33. 5, Vega, Dylan, MHSB, 4:39.87. 6, Stevenson, Nicholas, King Kekaulike, 4:52.81. 7, Fernandez, Kawika, MHSB, 5:05.04. 8, Blessum, Forest, Kihei Charter, 5:16.62.

    Girls 4×100 Meter Relay —1, Baldwin High School Girls ‘A’ 52.02. 2, Maui High School Girls ‘A’ 52.74. 3, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 53.76. 4, Seabury Hall ‘A’ 54.24. 5, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 56.52.

    Boys 4×100 Meter Relay — 1, Baldwin High School Boys ‘A’ 43.73. 2, Kamehameha ‘A’ 46.49. 3, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 46.75. 4, Seabury Hall ‘A’ 48.00. 5, Kihei Charter ‘A’ 51.13. –, King Kekaulike ‘A’ DNF. –, Maui High School Boys ‘A’ DQ.

    Girls 400 Meters — 1, Reynolds, Maya, Kihei Charter, 58.39. 2, Dougherty, Maile, SEA, 1:02.77. 3, Currence, Natasha, LLHS, 1:06.54. 4, Hackett, Kayla, King Kekaulike, 1:07.43. 5, Marchesi, Gracie, LLHS, 1:14.74.

    Boys 400 Meters — 1, Crozier, Justice, Kihei Charter, 53.58. 2, Anguay, Zachary, Baldwin Boys, 54.34. 3, Ribucan, Shane, King Kekaulike, 54.87. 4, James, Brendan, SEA, 55.46. 5, Hottendorf, Quinn, Kamehameha, 55.69. 6, Harrington, Alexander, Baldwin Boys, 55.80. –, Payne, Isaiah, SEA, FS.

    Girls 300 Meter Hurdles — 1, Dougherty, Makena, SEA, 48.86. 2, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 49.65. 3, Preseault, Erika, SEA, 51.35. 4, Vehikite, Liliola, LLHS, 54.16. 5, Anguay, Kaeana, Baldwin Girls, 56.66. 6, Narayan, Alexa, Maui Prep, 57.55. 7, Ora’a, Lexa, LLHS, 1:02.02.

    Boys 300 Meter Hurdles — 1, Evans-Dumaran, Tre, KMHI, 40.36. 2, Golaube, Kamal, LLHS, 40.38. 3, Cadiz, Rey, Baldwin Boys, 42.32. 4, Dimuro, Johnny, Baldwin Boys, 42.74. 5, Lunes, Jarred, LLHS, 48.26. 6, Matschke, Hunter, Baldwin Boys, 51.57. 7, Henderson, Isaiah, King Kekaulike, 53.85. –, Rabara, Michael Jef, MHSB, DQ.

    Girls 800 Meters —1, Shipman, Ava, SEA, 2:21.92. 2, Winham, Veronica, SEA, 2:27.95. 3, Giron, Jules, Maui High Girls, 2:41.70. 4, Wenzler-Steves, Dominique, Kihei Charter, 2:42.69. 5, Gangnath, Chloe, SEA, 2:43.24. 6, Halunajan, Roselle Ann, Maui High Girls 2:49.54.

    Boys 800 Meters — 1, Renauld, Ikaika, Kamehameha, 2:06.57. 2, Fontanilla, Kolbe, Baldwin Boys, 2:06.94. 3, Paet, Aleksander, Baldwin Boys, 2:10.05. 4, Acidera, Josh, SEA, 2:13.15. 5, Womack, Micah, King Kekaulike, 2:14.68. 6, burkhart, luke, King Kekaulike, 2:15.79. 7, Kepler, Josh, Kihei Charter, 2:27.25. –, Frampton, Sam, SEA, DQ.

    Girls 200 Meters — 1, Reynolds, Maya, Kihei Charter, 26.81. 2, Carvalho, Jenna, SEA, 27.86. 3, Panuve, Sela, Baldwin Girls, 27.91. 4, Love, Lyric, King Kekaulike, 28.35. 5, Kern, Amira, King Kekaulike, 28.69. 6, Currence, Natasha, LLHS, 29.16.

    Boys 200 Meters —1, Kaopuiki, Bailey, Baldwin Boys, 21.94. 2, Payne, Isaiah, SEA, 22.21. 3, Taberna, Brennan, King Kekaulike, 23.50. 4, James, Brendan, SEA, 24.04. 5, Lawson, Andrew, Kihei Charter, 24.04. 6, Aquino, Jocel, Baldwin Boys, 24.31. 7, Evans-Dumaran, Tre, KMHI, 24.51. 8, Upfold-Pante, Ivan, LLHS, 27.69.

    Girls 3000 Meters — 1, Winham, Veronica, SEA, 11:31.71. 2, Mulligan, Darby, SEA, 11:48.97. 3, Craig, Emily, Maui High Girls,11:53.35. 4, Estomo, Elan, Maui High Girls, 12:30.92. 5, Gangnath, Chloe, SEA, 12:39.63. 6, Inouye, Kassie, Baldwin Girls, 13:00.08. 7, Teoh, Alexandra, Baldwin Girls, 13:09.25. 8, Chamberlain, Tory, Maui High Girls, 13:09.26. 9, Arroyo-Haro, Karina, LLHS, 13:48.51. 10, Gerra, Madison, Kihei Charter, 14:20.06.

    Boys 3000 Meters —1, Aganos, Dalton, King Kekaulike, 10:00.44. 2, Akiona, Po’okela, King Kekaulike, 10:04.36. 3, Cooper, Tyler, Baldwin Boys, 10:04.97. 4, Giron, Deion, MHSB, 10:08.91. 5, Sears, Kai, Baldwin Boys, 10:15.81. 6, Tamanaha, Cy, Baldwin Boys, 11:01.91. 7, Blessum, Forest, Kihei Charter, 11:49.49. 8, Tsang, Ian, SEA, 11:56.44. 9, Guerrero, Fredmariel, LLHS, 11:56.88. 10, Lehman, Nolan, Maui Prep, 12:01.76. 11, Mitchell, Kai, SEA, 12:23.19.

    Girls 4×400 Meter Relay — 1, Seabury Hall ‘A’ 4:22.04. 2, Baldwin High School Girls ‘A’ 4:33.78. 3, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 4:36.48. 4, Maui High School Girls ‘A’ 4:37.81. 5, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 4:43.65.

    Boys 4×400 Meter Relay —1, Baldwin High School Boys ‘A’ 3:33.58. 2, Seabury Hall ‘A’ 3:39.52. 3, King Kekaulike ‘A’ 3:41.36. 4, Lahainaluna High School ‘A’ 3:45.10. 5, Maui High School Boys ‘A’ 3:46.93. 6, Kamehameha ‘A’ 3:52.16.

    Girls Discus — 1, Henderson, Alexis, King Kekaulike, 109-00. 2, Maea, Tanifa, Baldwin Girls, 106-05. 3, Pedro, Sehja, Molokai, 101-00. 4, Serena, Sophia, Kihei Charter, 90-08. 5, Mataele, Mele, Baldwin Girls, 88-00. 6, Evangelista, Haile, Maui High Girls, 87-01. 7, Kauvaka-Vaaimamao, Teisah, Maui High Girls, 79-08. 8, Rano, Delisa, Kamehameha, 78-06.

    Boys Discus —1, Vaivela, Andre, Baldwin Boys, 145-02. 2, Perlas-Kai, Matini, LLHS, 137-09. 3, Ngahe, Manu, Baldwin Boys, 132-07. 4, Sigrah, Joseph, King Kekaulike, 127-05. 5, Evalu-Robinson, Koa, LLHS, 125-08. 6, Au-Haupu, Micah, Kamehameha, 119-09. 7, Batulayan, Aaron, MHSB, 112-03. 8, Kahiamoe, Henry, Baldwin Boys, 98-01.

    Girls Pole Vault —1, Patch, Maygan, LLHS, 9-00. 2, Tumaneny, Cassidy, Baldwin Girls, 8-00.

    Boys Pole Vault — 1, Fukuhara, Sean, Baldwin Boys, 13-06. 2, Bel, Anis, LLHS, 13-00. 3, Hottendorf, Quinn, Kamehameha, 11-06. 3, Omine, Edward, Baldwin Boys, 11-06. 5, Silva, Shawn, Baldwin Boys, 11-00. 6, Baldonado-Kaleiopu, Tyerell, Kamehameha, 10-00.

    Girls Long Jump — 1, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 17-04.50. 2, Campos-Ewaliko, Sascia, Baldwin Girls, 16-04. 3, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 15-05.75. 4, williams, Quinn, Kamehameha, 15-01.25. 5, Borthwick, Claire, SEA, 15-00. 6, Logan, Hunter, Kamehameha, 14-09.75. 7, Dougherty, Maile, SEA, 14-09.50. 8, Patrick, Hannah, Kamehameha, 14-08.

    Boys Long Jump — 1, Kahoohanohano-Davis, Anthony, Baldwin Boys, 23-08. 2, Aquino, Jocel, Baldwin Boys, 20-03.75. 3, Bel, Anis, LLHS, 19-08.75. 4, Christie, Cole, SEA, 19-05.50. 5, Foronda II, Edmund, MHSB, 19-03.50. 6, Martin, Damon, Kamehameha, 18-10.50. 7, Cremer, Darian, Baldwin Boys, 18-05.75. 8, Au, Haaheo, LLHS, 18-05.

    Girls Triple Jump —1, Smith, Kaitlin, Baldwin Girls, 36-04.75. 2, Navarro, Kacy-Lyn, Baldwin Girls, 34-00. 3, Panuve, Sela, Baldwin Girls, 33-08.50. 4, Dougherty, Maile, SEA, 32-11.25. 5, williams, Quinn, Kamehameha, 32-06.25. 6, Patch, Maygan, LLHS, 32-06. 7, Narayan, Alexa, Maui Prep, 32-03.25. 8, Pilotin, Erica, SEA, 32-01.50.

    Boys Triple Jump — 1, Tamaki, Chayse, Baldwin Boys, 44-05.50. 2, Christie, Cole, SEA, 39-04.75. 3, Shultz, Kyle, LLHS, 38-04.50. 4, Abut, Chaston, Kamehameha, 37-10.75. 5, Foronda II, Edmund, MHSB, 37-01.25. 6, Segundo, Kyle, Kamehameha, 36-04. 7, Collier, Ian, Baldwin Boys, 35-09.75. 8, Hirose, Mitchell, MHSB, 35-07.50.

    Girls High Jump —1, Patch, Haylee, LLHS, 4-08. 2, Otto, Cassidy, Maui Prep, J4-08. 3, Logan, Keely, Kamehameha, J4-08. 4, Abreu, Charlie, King Kekaulike, J4-08. 5, Narayan, Alexa, Maui Prep, 4-06. 6, Dingman, Alisha, Kihei Charter, J4-06. 7, Abraham, Alex, SEA, 4-04. 7, Wenzler-Steves, Dominique, Kihei Charter, 4-04. 8, Aruba, Jamie-Lee, Baldwin Girls, J4-02. –, Viloria, Jayden, Baldwin Girls, FAIL. –, Bechert, Elsie, King Kekaulike, FAIL. –, Echiverri, Kristi, Maui High Girls, FAIL.

    Boys High Jump —1, Kahoohanohano-Davis, Anthony, Baldwin Boys, 6-07. 2, Brand, Dylan, MHSB, 6-02. 3, Tamaki, Chayse, Baldwin Boys, 5-08. 4, Austin, Andrew, LLHS, J5-08. 4, Schwindler, Ryan, Baldwin Boys, J5-08. 6, Hanisch, Cameron, SEA, 5-06. 7, Metoyer, Trey, King Kekaulike, J5-06. 8, Tanner, Isaiah, LLHS, J5-06. 9, Nielson, Cole, Maui Prep, 5-00. 9, Drinkward, Ryan, King Kekaulike, 5-00. –, Lauture, Darius, King Kekaulike, NH. –, worth, hunter, Kamehameha, NH.

    Girls Shot Put — 1, Henderson, Alexis, King Kekaulike, 35-09. 2, DeRouin, Kori, Molokai, 33-08.50. 3, Maea, Tanifa, Baldwin Girls, 32-02. 4, Dougherty, Makena, SEA, 31-11. 5, Ramos, Anela, Baldwin Girls, 30-03.50. 6, Miguel, Jaedyn, Maui High Girls, 30-02.50. 7, Pedro, Sehja, Molokai, 30-02. 8, Mataele, Mele, Baldwin Girls, 29-06.

    Boys Shot Put — 1, Paranada, Jarred, Baldwin Boys, 47-00. 2, Sigrah, Joseph, King Kekaulike, 43-00. 3, Au-Haupu, Micah, Kamehameha, 42-05.50. 4, Batulayan, Aaron, MHSB, 39-00. 5, Perlas-Kai, Matini, LLHS, 38-01. 6, Anitema, Mahonri, MHSB, 37-10.25. 7, Garduque, Nathan, MHSB, 36-03. 8, Kaya, Jason, Baldwin Boys, 34-01.50.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis' attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

    This 11-shot sequence by photographer Glen Pascual shows Baldwin High School’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis’ attempt to push down the last hurdle in the 110-meter high hurdle race Saturday in the finals of the Victorino Ohana Invitational. But instead of going to the ground, the hurdle bounces back up and wraps itself around Kahoohanohano-Davis as he tries to finish the race. Photo by Glen Pascual.

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