State Track Recap: Winds Wreak Havoc on MIL’s Best

May 12, 2016, 8:48 AM HST · Updated May 12, 6:11 PM
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Baldwin's gold medal 4x100 relay team. From left, Bailey Kaopuiki, La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Sean Fukuhara, and Jocel Aquino. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s gold medal 4×100 relay team. From left, Bailey Kaopuiki, La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Sean Fukuhara, and Jocel Aquino. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

By Rodney S. Yap

Track and field athletes from the Maui Interscholastic League thought they were prepared for the state championships on Oahu, and some were, but collectively participants in both divisions came home disappointed last Sunday.

Mother’s Day was perhaps the perfect distraction for our frustrated and sore athletes, returning to the Valley Isle beaten up and worn out from the gusting winds atop Kapalama Heights surging through Kamehameha Schools’ Kunuiakea Athletic Field.

It was the fight to adjust, or the constant coping of changing conditions, that had many MIL champions and state-medal hopefuls reeling before last call of their respective competitions.

The highlight of the meet begins with La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Baldwin High School’s show-stopping performer, who scored a meet high 38 points, and accounting for 57 percent of his team’s 66 third-place points. Host-school Kamehameha Kapalama won its third straight boys championship with 78, including 20 from distance ace Kaeo Kruse for winning the 1,500 and 3,000 runs.

Baldwin's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis about to land his record-breaking 49-10 3/4 in the boys triple jump last Friday on Oahu. Photo by Kevin Kirk.

Baldwin’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis about to land his record-breaking 49-10 3/4 in the boys triple jump last Friday on Oahu. Photo by Kevin Kirk.

MIL track fans were not surprised to see Kahoohanohano-Davis run and jump, then hop, skip and jump, farther than any other prepster since Hawaii was granted statehood in 1959.

Yes, Kahoohanohano-Davis won the triple jump, soaring 49 feet, 10 3/4 inches on his final attempt at Friday’s trials with a standing-room-only crowd of 3,000 happy to have witness the historical feat.

Yes, Kahoohanohano-Davis won the long jump, landing into the sand pit were officials never raked before. And again, jump officials used the steel tape measure to mark the record-breaking distance of 24-10.

Yes, Kahoohanohano-Davis won the high jump at 6-8, despite a tailwind that made it challenging for event officials to keep the crossbar on the standards.

He also finished third in the 110 high hurdles and ran the opening leg of the Bears’ winning 4×100 relay.

Baldwin's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis awaits word on the official distance of his triple jump last Friday on Oahu. The Baldwin jumper set a new meet record. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis awaits word on the official distance of his triple jump last Friday on Oahu. The Baldwin jumper set a new meet record. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

For those keeping score, that’s four gold medals for Kahoohanohano-Davis and one bronze.

Not even the superwoman individual performance by Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Emma Taylor could stand up to Kahoohanohano-Davis’ unforgettable weekend. Taylor, did however, help HPA win its first team title in the girls division since 1995. Ka Makani managed 57 points to nip defending champion Kaiser’s 55.

Taylor was one of only three athletes on the team who scored. She doubled in the 100 and 300 hurdles for the third consecutive season and scored 30 of her team’s 49 individual points — the rest came from two fourth-place finishes in the 400 and 1,600 relays. Taylor anchored the short relay and ran lead off in the longer race.

Taylor’s victories in the hurdles make her Hawaii high school’s most prolific hurdler with seven gold medals in eight tries. A second-place finish to Iolani’s Lindsay Combs in 2013 is her only blemish. Her total surpasses the six hurdle titles Prestine Foster of Baldwin/Hilo won from 1992 to 1995.

Kihei Charter's Maya Reynolds earn the MIL's only gold medal in the girls division, coming in the 400-meter dash. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Kihei Charter’s Maya Reynolds earn the MIL’s only gold medal in the girls division, coming in the 400-meter dash. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Take away Kahoohanohano-Davis’ freak show, and the Bears’ 4×100 relay, and the MIL is down to one gold-medal performance from defending champion Maya Reynolds of Kihei Charter in the girls quarter mile. Reynolds went out hard and was never really challenged in the race —until the very end when Kaiser’s Kristen O’Handley closed on her. Reynolds won in 58.42, with O’Handley right on her heels in 58.77.

A very elated Reynolds admitted to running scared at the end as the crowd cheered O’Handley’s come-from-behind efforts.

“It just so loud there at the end, i wasn’t sure if someone was coming up on me or what,” said Reynolds, who has to workout with the boys team to stay on top of her game.

“All the hard work definitely paid off tonight,” said the junior who tapered the last two weeks in hopes of running her season’s fastest time. “There was a lot of wind back their, but I just fought so hard for that one.”

Kihei Charter's Maya Reynolds wins the 400-meter run to collect the MIL's only gold medal in the girls division last Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Kihei Charter’s Maya Reynolds wins the 400-meter run to collect the MIL’s only gold medal in the girls division last Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Reynolds is not afraid to run hard when she needs to. As a freshman in 2014, Reynolds was timed in 56.14 at the state meet in Mililani, only to place third.

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To understand how freakishly good Kahoohanohano-Davis’ marks are in the jumps, going into Saturday his 24-10 in the long jump and his 49-10 3/4 in the triple were both No. 1 nationally.

Kahoohanohano-Davis covered his mouth in shock when I gave him the news of his No. 1 ranking.

“What? That’s crazy, to be No. 1 in the nation right now is a crazy thought,” Kahoohanohano-Davis said. “I’m just happy to have coaches like Tommy (Gomes) and Coach (Gary) Sanches sharing their knowledge. I felt like I was in the zone and I just tried to do what I do.”

Kahoohanohano-Davis improved more than 51/2 feet from a year ago in the triple jump.

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Baldwin's Baily Kaopuiki (left) edged out Saint Louis, Kamehameha Kapalama and Iolani to win the boys 4x100 relay last Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s Baily Kaopuiki (left) edged out Saint Louis, Kamehameha Kapalama and Iolani to win the boys 4×100 relay last Saturday. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Season-ending best marks were established in eight events, including five in the boys division and three wind-aided marks in the jumps.

Baldwin had No. 1 rankings in the 100 and 200 with sprinter Bailey Koapuiki, the pole vault with Sean Fukuhara, and the 300 hurdles with defending champion Kiernan Leighton Mateo — a possible 40 points should everything go well, 20 at worse.

Kaopuiki finished third in the 100 and later anchored the Bears’ winning 4×100 relay with teammates Kahoohanohano-Davis, Fukuhara, and Jocel Aquino.

Fukuhara no-heighted in the pole vault at Friday’s trials.

“I’m not sure if nerves got the best of him, or maybe it was the pressure of making his opening height,” said Baldwin head coach Ardis Anguay. “I didn’t get a chance to talk to coach Linden (Wada) about it, but I know they were both very disappointed in the outcome.”

Baldwins Keirnan Mateo (far right) fell in the 300 hurdles, but Lahainaluna's Kamal Golaube finished fourth in 40.05 seconds. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwins Keirnan Mateo (far right) fell in the 300 hurdles, but Lahainaluna’s Kamal Golaube finished fourth in 40.05 seconds. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Anguay has been down this road before and won back-to-back state boys championships in 2012-2013.

“It is what it is, make no mistake about it, you are competing against the best,” she said.

If not for bad luck, Mateo would have no luck, smacking the fifth hurdle in the 300s and falling.

“It must have been his back leg that hit the hurdle. That’s what it looked like, because he didn’t clip it, he fell hard,” Anguay said. “I give him props for getting up and finishing the race. He could have just walked off and said forget it, but he went ahead and finished the race and that was good enough.”

Mateo was determined to make a comeback. However, running in lane two into a stiff head wind can be challenging, even for Mateo, who did not get to execute his signature come-from-behind finish.

“He’s had a lot of hard luck this season. We lost him before the midway part of the season because of an injury, but he was actually ready to go this week.”

Baldwin's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis with former triple-jump record holder from Campbell Larry Kahn Smith. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis with former triple-jump record holder from Campbell Larry Kahn Smith. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

“The wind was howling. During part of the meet I was in the stands and I was down on the field. I can tell you that as a spectator you have no idea how windy it is down on the field. It was blowing down on the field. You can see the flags moving, but until you actually step on the track you don’t know how windy it is.

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Going into the meet Coach Anguay said she talked to the boys about the importance of winning fourth and fifth places, as the team is in contention for the boys title.

Turns out the difference maker would have been Aquino, who stepped up and deliver a clutch performance in the jumps.

“He’s the kind of kid who went for it all and made a difference in the meet,” Anguay said.

Aquino moved up a spot in the boys long jump, going from sixth (20-7.5) to fifth (21-10), and went from eighth place in the triple jump at 42-9 to fifth place at 45-0.

Teammate Chayse Tamaki also improved in the triple jump, by distance, but not place finish. Tamaki bettered his runner-up distance of 44-0 to 45-10 3/4.

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Kamehameha Hawaii hurdler Tre Evans-Dumaran (left) won the boys high hurdles in 14.75 seconds. Lahainalua's Kamal Golaube was second in 15.06 and Baldwin's La'akea Kahoohanohano-Davis was third in 15.07. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Kamehameha Hawaii hurdler Tre Evans-Dumaran (left) won the boys high hurdles in 14.75 seconds. Lahainalua’s Kamal Golaube was second in 15.06 and Baldwin’s La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis was third in 15.07. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Anaguy said there is no shame in not winning, and placing instead.

“Just making it to the finals you are a winner already and it doesn’t matter where you place.”

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NOTES & STUFF:  Behind Baldwin in the boys division was ninth-place Lahainaluna with 18 points.

* Lahainaluna — Since building Lahainaluna’s Sue D. Cooley Stadium three years ago, the school has seen a spike in the number of student-athletes interested in participating in track and field.

Soon after the Matrix Turf was installed, a four-lane rubberized track with pole vault and long jump pits were added. Then the school added coaches Genevieve Ruvald and Andy Claydon to lead the program and in this short time the Lunas have produced two state champion high hurdlers and one runner-up in Kamal Golaube.

Lahainaluna hurdle coach Ray Yamat deserves a lot of credit to for the development of Golaube and Emerson Liburd, a two time state champion in the 110 highs who is now attending Clackamas Community College in preparation to attend University of Oregon.

Baldwin's Bailey Kaopuiki (middle) finisheds third in the boys 100 meters with a time of 11.66 seconds. Grey Ihu of University High won in 11.55 seconds, followed by Kamehameha Kapalama's Justin Desaki in 11.58. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Baldwin’s Bailey Kaopuiki (middle) finisheds third in the boys 100 meters with a time of 11.66 seconds. Grey Ihu of University High won in 11.55 seconds, followed by Kamehameha Kapalama’s Justin Desaki in 11.58. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Golaube closed out his prep career with a 15.06, a step behind injured winner Tre Evans-Dumaran of Kamehameha Hawaii (14.75). Golaube, who will run on scholarship at Portland State next year, posted the best time from Friday’s trials in 14.65.

“I felt really good, and the competition was really tight this year, which made for some close races. But overall I did my best so I’m satisfied with the result. I put in a lot of hard work and dedication, and I appreciate everything the coaches did to help me and the support I received from the other runners definitely helped me.”

Golaube also finished fourth in the 300 intermediate hurdles with a 40.05. Campbell’s Jonah Jessop won the event with the fastest time of the year, 39.02.

The Lunas other medal winner was senior pole vaulter Anis Bel, who placed third with a jump of 13-9.

Kamehameha Kapalama's Kaeo Kruse won the boys 1,500 and 3,000 last Saturday. Here he rejoices after winning the 1,500 and just missing the meet record. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Kamehameha Kapalama’s Kaeo Kruse won the boys 1,500 and 3,000 last Saturday. Here he rejoices after winning the 1,500 and just missing the meet record. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

* King Kekaulike — Coach Jesse Henderson’s daughter, Alexis, qualified in the last spot of the girls shot put to avoid a state championship shutout by Na Alii. Alexis Henderson finished eighth with a throw of 34-5.

* Maui High — For the next three years all the talk will be about Alyssa Mae Antolin, a soccer player with elite potential in track and field. The Saber coaches did a great job bringing Antolin along, and the freshman showed poise beyond her years.

Best thing about Antolin was her competitive spirit and her ability to step up to challenges during the race. Bottom line is, Antolin appears to be embracing the sport of running, realizing she has a special gift. Her potential is limitless when you consider how much faster and stronger she can be once she commits to the sport.

Antolin took home a fourth-place medal in the 100 (13.25) and a third-place medal in the 200 (27.68).

No female in Maui County ran faster than Antolin in both sprint races. She ran her personal best early in the season at 12.57 and 25.97, then went undefeated until Seabury Hall’s Claire Brothwick matched Antolin’s time of 26.02 in the MIL The Saber 9th-grader already ranks among the best ever female sprinters from her school. As it stands, only Alana Seabury has run faster than Antolin, establishing a school records chool records and personal best marks in the 100 (12.52) and 200 (25.90) before graduating in 2010.

Kamehameha Maui's Quinn Hottendorf didn’t win a medal at 12 feet, 9 inches, but he did gain valuable experience and closed out the year ranked No. 11. Hottendorf started the weekend No. 16 at 12-2. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Kamehameha Maui’s Quinn Hottendorf didn’t win a medal at 12 feet, 9 inches, but he did gain valuable experience and closed out the year ranked No. 11. Hottendorf started the weekend No. 16 at 12-2. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

* Kamehameha Maui — Sophomore sprinter Ani Nitta was the only Warrior to qualify for an individual event in Saturday’s finals, grabbing seventh place in the girls 200 meters. Nitta was timed in 28.39.

Nitta also anchored the girls 4×100 relay team that earned a medal for finishing sixth in 51.74. The other members of the team were Kayla Tuitele, Hanna Patrick and Quinn Williams. The Warriors were the MIL champions in that race.

Although junior pole vaulter Quinn Hottendorf didn’t win a medal at 12 feet, 9 inches, but he did gain valuable experience and closed out the year ranked No. 11. Hottendorf started the weekend No. 16 at 12-2.

* Baldwin — The Lady Bears got consistency from hurdler/jumper Kacy-Lyn Navarro and clutch performances from freshman Sela Panuve in the triple jump. Baldwin finished 4-5-7 in the girls triple jump, with Smith leading the way at 36-0, followed by Panuve (35-5) and Navarro (34-8).

* Seabury Hall — The Spartans have plenty of promising underclassmen, however, injury and illness plagued both the girls and the boys teams coming out of spring break. Having said that, the girls dug in deep and defended its team title. Freshman quarter miler/jumper Maile Dougherty is just beginning to scratch the surface of her talents, and sophomore sprinter/jumper Claire Borthwick made timely improvements, to help Seabury turn back Baldwin at the league championships.

Seabury Hall's Claire Borthwick finished fifth in the girls 200-meter dash. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Seabury Hall’s Claire Borthwick finished fifth in the girls 200-meter dash. Photo by Rodney S. Yap.

Borthwick made it to the finals in the 200, where she placed fifth in 28.10.

With Seabury practicing at the stadium twice a week, neither team can keep their workouts a secret. The Spartans have a pair of up-and-coming hurdlers in junior Makena Dougherty, older sister of Maile, and sophomore Erica Preseault. Dougherty ran in the 300 finals and placed seventh in 49.53. She made her trials run, her best of the season, clocking of 48.32.

The 200 was Isaiah Payne’s best event all year, but an injury late in the season caused him to miss more than two weeks of practice. The inactivity hurt him from winning a medal in the event. A sore Payne, sucked it up and qualified to run in the finals, where he just missed medalling with a seventh-place finish at 24.33.

A healthy Payne was seeded third in the 200, via the state’s performance,  with a 22.21.

2016 ISLAND MOVERS

STATE TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday, May 7 | Final Results

At Kunuiakea Athletic Field

Boys Division

Team Results: 1. Kamehameha Kapalama 78.33, 2. Punahou 71.67, 3. Baldwin 66, 4. Campbell 29, 5. Iolani 27, 6. Waiakea 23, 7t. University Laboratory 20, 7t. Radford 20, 9. Lahainaluna 18, 10. Castle 17, 11.Kalaheo 14, 12t. Kamehameha Hawaii 12, 12t. Waianae 12, 14t. Damien 9, 14t. Hilo 9, 16t. Mid-Pacific Institute 8, 16t. Waipahu 8, 16t. Kaiser 8, 19. Roosevelt 7, 20t. Saint Louis 6, 20t. Kalani 6, 20t. Konawaena 6, 23t. Maryknoll 4, 23t. Kapolei 4, 23t. McKinley 4, 26. Leilehua 3, 27t. Aiea 2, 27t. Kea’au 2, 29t. Moanalua 1, 29t. Mililani1.

Individual Results

Discus — 1. Wesley Faagau, Kamehameha Kapalama, 169-8; 2. Miki Suguturaga, Punahou, 156-1; 3. Sione Vea, Kalani, 154-8; 4. Tamatane Aga, Iolani, 152-0; 5. Shiloh Tapasa, Aiea, 146-8; 6. Netane Muti, Leilehua, 140-2; 7. Alosina Toomalatai, Pearl City, 137-8; 8. Ashton Porter, Kamehameha Hawaii, 137-0.

Shot Put — 1. Alema Kapoi, Kamehameha Kapalama, 54-11/2; 2. Alama Uluave, Punahou, 50-63/4; 3. Monty Payne, Damien, 49-4; 4. Kanoa Gilliland, Kamehameha Kapalama, 49-3; 5. Miki Suguturaga, Punahou, 48-10; 6. Joshua Hauanio, Iolani, 48-71/2; 7. David Pakele, Hilo, 48-63/4; 8. J.P. Muasau, Punahou, 48-41/4.

Long Jump — 1. NEW RECORD, La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Baldwin, 24-10; 2. Jordan Williams, Waipahu, 22-31/4; 3. Hunter Lee, Punahou, 22-23/4; 4. Jacob Wright, Kamehameha Kapalama, 22-11/4; 5. Jocel Aquino, Baldwin, 21-10; 6. Jeston Moya, Castle, 21-83/4; 7. Clayce Akeo, Mid-Pacific, 21-63/4; 8. Ronald Norbrey, Campbell, 20-63/4.

Triple Jump — 1. NEW RECORD, La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Baldwin, 49-10 3/4; 2. Chayse Tamaki, Baldwin, 45-101/2; 3. Douglas Mitchell, Waianae, 45-21/2; 4. Jocel Aquino, Baldwin, 45-0; 5. Drew Koboyashi, St Louis, 44-71/2; 6. Peter Hanohano-Hashimoto, Kamehameha Kapalama, 43-11; 7. Eamon Brady, Punahou, 43-61/2; 8. Hauoli Akau, Konawaena, 43-21/4.

High Jump —1. La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Baldwin, 6-8; 2. Clayce Akeo, Mid-Pacific, 6-6; 3. Douglas Mitchell, Waianae, 6-4; 4t. Peter Hanohano-Hashimoto, Kamehameha Kapalama, 6-0; 4t. Bailey Wilson, Punahou, 6-0; 4. Hunter Lee, Punahou, 6-0; 7t. Bradlee Anae, Kahuku, 5-10; 7t. Roman Gennero, Radford, 5-10; 7t. Matt Alfelor, Punahou, 5-10.

Pole Vault — 1. William Ewaliko, Castle, 14-3; 2. Nick Kapule, Punahou, 14-3; 3. Anis Bel, Lahainaluna, 13-9; 4. Maddux Kimura, Punahou, 13-3; 5. Lucas DeRego, Kamehameha Hawaii, 13-3; 6. Robi Lin, Punahou, 13-3; 7. Dalton Pahia, Castle, 13-3; 8. Logan Rubasch, Iolani, 2-9; 8. Jacob Thompson, Kamehameha Kapalama, 12-9.

110 Hurdles — 1. Tre Evans-Dumaran, Kamehameha Hawaii, 14.75; 2. Kamal Golaube, Lahainaluna, 15.06; 3. La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Baldwin, 15.07; 4. Jonathan Liana, Kapolei, 15.44; 5. Jonah Jessop, Campbell, 15.60; 6. Evan Iwanaga, Kamehameha Kapalama, 15.64; 7. Damion Scandrick, Kea’au, 15.65; 8. Jonathan Liu, Iolani, 16.27.

100 Meters — NEW RECORD: Set in trials by KSK’s Justin Desaki of 10.75, breaking the previous meet record of 10.80 set by St. Anthony’s Shane Victorino in 1999. 1. Grey Ihu, UH Lab, 11.55; 2. Justin Desaki, Kamehameha Kapalama, 11.58; 3. Bailey Kaopuiki, Baldwin, 11.66; 4. Keoni-Kordell Makekau, Iolani, 11.72; 5. Christian Padron, Damien, 11.74; 6. Lukas Kuipers, Hilo, 11.97; 7. Jacob Schmidt, Leilehua, 11.99.

1,500 Meters — 1. Kaeo Kruse, Kamehameha Kapalama, 4:01.53; 2. Connor Lehl, Punahou, 4:06.84; 3. Louie Ondo, Waiakea, 4:06.96; 4. Ricardo Solorzano, McKinley, 4:16.04; 5. Jason Wang, Iolani, 4:20.19; 6. Shadoe Soukey, Hilo, 4:20.37; 7. Royce Garcia, Iolani, 4:21.02; 8. Adalberto Malagon, Kealakehe, 4:23.23.

4X100 Relay — 1. Baldwin 43.43 (La’akea Kahoohanohano-Davis, Chayse Kamaki, Jocel Aquino, Bailey Kaopuiki), 2. Iolani 43.43, 3. Kamehameha Kapalama 43.50, 4. Saint Louis 43.52, 5. Campbell 43.52, 6. Damien 43.81, 7. Kaiser 44.34, 8. Castle 44.45.

400 Meters — 1. Thomas Reid III, Radford, 51.05; 2. Avery Curet, Iolani, 51.58; 3. Donovan Brown, Punahou, 51.62; 4. Christian Scheer, Kaiser, 52.02; 5. Jacob Schmidt, Leilehua, 52.34; 6. DesMond Collins, Moanalua, 52.48; 7. Jensen McDaniel, Kaiser, 52.54; 8. Matteo Dumas, Radford, 52.58.

300 Hurdles — 1. Jonah Jessop, Campbell, 39.02; 2. Quade Aiu, Kamehameha Kapalama, 39.41; 3. Temujin Greywolf, Roosevelt, 39.91; 4. Kamal Golaube, Lahainaluna, 40.05; 5. Damion Scandrick, Kea’au, 40.83; 6. Kevin Johnson, Campbell, 40.92; 7. Solomon Loggins, Radford, 41.42; 8. Kiernan Leighton Mateo, Baldwin, 50.16.

800 Meters — 1. Louie Ondo, Waiakea, 1:58.67; 2. Connor Lehl, Punahou, 1:59.23; 3. Lawrence Barrett, Konawaena, 2:01.47; 4. Hudson Lockette, Castle, 2:02.07; 5. Guillaume Tabary, Kalaheo, 2:03.16; 6. Rylie Cabalse, Waiakea, 2:03.68; 7. Pathrick Beters, Kapolei, 2:04.47; 8. Ricardo Solorzano, McKinley, 2:11.71.

200 Meters — 1. Grey Ihu, UH Lab, 22.88; 2. Corey Smith, Campbell, 22.98; 3. Lukas Kuipers, Hilo, 23.20; 4. Justin Desaki, Kamehameha Kapalama, 23.27; 5. Keoni Quanico, Kalaheo, 23.90; 6. Kaleo Pogue, Mililani, 24.26; 7. Isaiah Payne, Seabury Hall, 24.33; 8. Jacob Schmidt, Leilehua, 24.51.

3,000 Meters — 1. Kaeo Kruse, Kamehameha Kapalama, 9:05.85; 2. Avery Torres, Kalaheo, 9:12.97; 3. Louie Ondo, Waiakea, 9:20.50; 4. Craig Shaner II, Maryknoll, 9:21.43; 5. Colby Otero, Kalaheo, 9:27.45; 6. River Brown, Hilo, 9:30.16; 7. Eden Mackinnon, King Kekaulike, 9:32.65; 8. Nate Ladwig, Hawaii Prep, 9:42.10.

4×400 Relay — 1. Radford 3:27.49, 2. Punahou 3:29.43, 3. Campbell 3:30.75, 4. Kaiser 3:32.27, 5. Castle 3:33.91, 6. Roosevelt 3:34.01, 7. Konawaena 3:35.20, 8. Kamehameha Kapalama 3:36.60.

Girls Division

Team Results: 1. Hawaii Prep 57, 2. Kaiser 55, 3. Kamehameha Kapalama 49, 4. Punahou 48, 5. Kamehameha Hawaii 25, 6. Kealakehe 22, 7. Iolani 21, 8t. Seabury Hall 20, 8t. Sacred Hearts 20, 10. Hawaii Baptist 16, 11t. Campbell 15, 11t. Waiakea 15, 11t. Hilo 15, 14t. Kahuku 12, 14t. Mililani 12, 14t. Baldwin 12, 14t. Leilehua 12, 18t. Maui High 10, 18t. St Andrew’s 10, 18t. Kihei Charter 10, 21.St Francis 8, 22t. Anuenue 6, 22t. Farrington 6, 22t. Castle 6, 25. Kapolei 4, 26t. Waialua 2, 26t. Radford 2, 26t. Kapaa 2, 29t. Moanalua 1, 29t. Konawaena 1, 29t. Kea’au 1, 29t. Kamehameha Maui1.

Individual Results

Discus — 1. Maia Graham, Iolani, 122-7; 2. Nika Paogofie-Buyten, Kealakehe, 121-9; 3. Brittany Kamau, Farrington, 121-1; 4. Brooke Ho, Kaiser, 118-8; 5. Bradina Anae, Kahuku, 115-3; 6. Mele Vaka, Hilo, 111-1; 7. Genel-Joy Galvez, Kea’au, 105-0; 8. Rika Sarkar, Punahou, 104-8.

Shot Put — 1. Bradina Anae, Kahuku, 38-6; 2. Olivia Vaeatangitau, St. Francis, 37-3; 3. Kamaleikuhalia Krug, Anuenue, 36-51/2; 4. Fale Taua, Leilehua, 35-7; 5. Lei Camargo-Naone, Kamehameha Kapalama, 35-41/4; 6. Taylor-James Sullivan, Kamehameha Hawaii, 34-111/2; 7. Honey Perez-Wasson, Kahuku, 34-8; 8. Alexis Henderson, King Kekaulike, 34-5.

Long Jump — 1. Kayla Afoa, Kamehameha Kapalama, 18-5; 2. Nicole Cristobal, Kealakehe, 17-71/4; 3. Thelma Marshall, Waiakea, 17-51/4; 4. Kacy-Lyn Navarro, Baldwin, 17-21/4; 5. Mikaylah Kaohu, Kamehameha Kapalama, 17-2; 6. Kaui Taylor, Hawaii Prep, 16-71/2; 7. Mikiala Maio, Kamehameha Kapalama, 16-5; 8. Saydee Aganus, Kamehameha Hawaii, 16-31/4.

Triple Jump — 1. Thelma Marshall, Waiakea, 37-61/2;1. Mikiala Maio, Kamehameha Kapalama, 37-61/2; 3. Nicole Cristobal, Kealakehe, 37-5; 4. Kaitlyn Smith, Baldwin, 36-0; 5. Sela Panuve, Baldwin, 35-5; 6. Taylor Wu, Iolani, 34-11; 7. Kacy-Lyn Navarro, Baldwin, 34-8; 8. Erica Pilotin, Seabury Hall, 33-111/2.

High Jump — 1. Kaui Taylor, Hawaii Prep, 5-4; 2. Kayla Afoa, Kamehameha Kapalama, 5-2; 3. Jasianna Ah Nee, Campbell, 5-0; 4. Tia Lovell, Punahou, 5-0; 5. Heather Faretta, Kapaa, 5-0; 6. Kristen O’Handley, Kaiser, 5-0; 7. Ginon Jones, Kaiser, 5-0; 8t. Kellie Okamura, Iolani, 5-0; 8t. Kiki Megorden, Punahou, 5-0.

Pole Vault — 1. Jessica Lee, Iolani, 10-9; 2. Tommi Hintnaus, Kaiser, 10-9; 3. Jewels Oliquiano, Castle, 10-9; 4. Jaelyn Domingo, Kamehameha Kapalama, 10-9; 5. Rowan Kotner, Hawaii Prep, 10-3; 6. Juliette Lum, Kaiser, 10-3; 7. Romance Romero, Kamehameha Kapalama, 10-3; 8t. Kira Watanabe, Punahou, 9-9; 8t. Kiani Dwight, Punahou, 9-9.

100 Hurdles — 1. Emma Taylor, Hawaii Prep, 15.79; 2. Saydee Aganus, Kamehameha Hawaii, 16.31; 3. Leilani Thompson, Hilo, 16.64; 4. Christhena Edwards, Leilehua, 16.97; 5. Emma Knott, Waialua, 17.21; 6. Tommi Hintnaus, Kaiser, 17.27; 7. Kaitlyn Smith, Baldwin, 17.74; 8. Kacy-Lyn Navarro, Baldwin, 17.87.

100 Meters — 1. Kristen O’Handley, Kaiser, 12.75; 2. Saydee Aganus, Kamehameha Hawaii, 12.91; 3. Madison Moku, Hawai Baptist, 12.91; 4. Alyssa Mae Antolin, Maui High, 13.25; 5. Leilani Thompson, Hilo, 13.28; 6. Amber Bell, Moanalua, 13.33; 7. Anessa Turner, Leilehua, 13.45.

1,500 Meters — 1. Phoebe Kirk, Sacred Hearts, 4:54.61; 2. Ava Shipman, Seabury Hall, 4:54.80; 3. Teri Brady, Punahou, 4:58.47; 4. Mia Schiel, Punahou, 5:01.09; 5. Lauren Gibbs, Mililani, 5:04.31; 6. Brooke Michaels, Radford, 5:04.32; 7. Kuaihelani Burgess, Kamehameha Kapalama, 5:04.69; 8. Carly Dailey, Moanalua, 5:05.98.

4×100 Relay — 1. Punahou 50.64, 2. Campbell 50.91, 3. Kamehameha Kapalama 50.91, 4. Hawaii Prep 51.19, 5. Kaiser 51.37, 6. Kamehameha Maui 51.74, 7. Moanalua 52.73, 8. Leilehua 52.75.

400 Meters — 1. Maya Reynolds, Kihei Charter, 58.42; 2. Kristen O’Handley, Kaiser, 58.77; 3. Madison Moku, Hawai Baptist, 59.24; 4. Ki’ana Thomas, Kapolei, 59.28; 5. Leah Keller, Mililani, 59.65; 6. Leina Ann Takizawa, Konawaena, 1:00.21; 7. Mikaylah Kaohu, Kamehameha Kapalama, 1:00.76; 8. Ryanne Navarro, Mililani, 1:01.27.

300 Hurdles — 1. Emma Taylor, Hawaii Prep, 45.82; 2. Saydee Aganus, Kamehameha Hawaii, 47.38; 3. Leilani Thompson, Hilo, 47.76; 4. Christhena Edwards, Leilehua, 48.65; 5. Kacy-Lyn Navarro, Baldwin, 49.25; 6. Jeanette Corpuz, Campbell, 49.38; 7. Makena Dougherty, Seabury Hall, 49.53; 8. Mya Fuller, Iolani, 49.84.

800 Metera — 1. Phoebe Kirk, Sacred Hearts, 2:18.15; 2. Savannah Cochran, Hawaii Prep, 2:21.50; 3. Ava Shipman, Seabury Hall, 2:24.46; 4. Maiya Fujiwara, Punahou, 2:25.03; 5. Kailey Totherow, Punahou, 2:27.54; 6. Madison Pratt, Kea’au, 2:27.98; 7. Alia Wallenstrom, Punahou, 2:29.73; 8. Alexis McKinney, Leilehua, 2:31.18.

200 Meters — 1. Kristen O’Handley, Kaiser, 27.18; 2. Emma Taylor, Hawaii Prep, 27.58; 3. Alyssa Mae Antolin, Maui High, 27.68; 4. Madison Moku, Hawai Baptist, 27.89; 5. Claire Borthwick, Seabury Hall, 28.10; 6. Kealoha Scullion, Punahou, 28.36; 7. Ani Nitta, Kamehameha Maui, 28.39; 8. Maya Reynolds, Kihei Charter, 28.49.

3,000 Meters — 1. Jordan Jones, St Andrew’s, 10:57.25; 2. Noe Obermeyer, Punahou, 11:01.26; 3. Lauren Gibbs, Mililani, 11:01.82; 4. Ava Shipman, Seabury Hall, 11:02.10; 5. Teri Brady, Punahou, 11:04.58; 6. Mikayla Fujiwara, Punahou, 11:08.62; 7. Mary Moloney, Radford, 11:12.64; 8. Saya Yabe, Waiakea, 11:24.79.

4×400 Relay — 1. Kaiser 4:10.40, 2. Kamehameha Kapalama 4:11.09, 3. Punahou 4:15.02, 4. Hawaii Prep 4:15.60, 5. Mililani 4:16.70, 6. Radford 4:19.60, 7. Campbell 4:26.25.

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