Opening day of KIF Boy’s Air Riflery won by Warriors and Menehunes

The Kapa’a Warriors and Waimea Menehunes each took wins on opening day of the Boy’s Air Riflery season.

Kapa’a topped Island School 997-945, while Waimea edged Kaua’i High 1113-1054.

Joel Miyashiro led the way for the Warriors, shooting for a 222 total points – 82 prone, 58 standing, 82 kneeling. Chris Cuyo tapped in 213 points (94, 57, 62), and Ryan Mossman (202 points, 76, 52, 74), Eric Gudmunson (189 points, 80, 44, 65) and Garrett Burrell (171, 76, 50, 45) rounded out the scoring for Kapa’a.

Island School was led by senior Drew Goldsman, who scored the highest of any shooter in the match. His total was 223 – 81 prone, 67 standing, 75 kneeling. Also scoring for Island School: Mario Rosa – 194, 71, 44, 79; Chaz Chapin – 182, 82, 46, 54; Alan Hoffman – 175, 75, 40, 69; Chris Hoffman – 171, 76, 43, 52.

Waimea’s win was led by Randall Ramos, who shot for 244 points – 93 prone, 87 kneeling, 64 standing. Mark Medina followed with a 236 (91, 87, 58), and Brian Martin (215, 93, 80, 42), Anthony Acain (214, 88, 72, 54), and Kori Sakahashi (204, 76, 76, 52) rounded out the scoring.

Kaua’i was led by Bill Wright, who shot for 238 points – 84, prone, 80 kneeling, 74 standing. Also scoring for Kaua’i: Aaron Patterson – 225, 81, 74, 70; Bryce Hamamoto – 210, 84, 75, 51; Dustin Russel – 210, 82, 75, 53; and Tyler Carvalio – 171, 77, 61, 33.

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