Island School Girls Air Riflery team tops Kaua’i 1,015-923

LIHUE – Jenny Geurber shot for 220 points to lead Island School to a 1,015-923 win over the Kaua’i High Red Raiders in a Girls Air Riflery match on Thursday.

Geurber shot 85 prone, 75 kneeling, 60 standing for her 220 – the best score of the match. Kasey Alcott provided Island School with 216 points (85, 69, 62), and Alicia Riddick (202 – 79, 73, 50), Molly McKenna (198 – 73, 59, 66) and Asha Peahu (179 – 78, 71, 30) added the remainder of Island School’s final tally.

Christyl Nagao led the Red Raider team with a 216 – 85 prone, 76 kneeling, 55 standing). Terra Bell followed with a 188 (76, 71, 41). Kaiulani Sheldon followed with a 187 (73, 70, 44) and Tatiana Zina (170 – 69, 45, 56) and Jolene Koerte (162 – 67, 58, 37) rounded out the Raider scoring.

Kaua’i High boys edge Island School

Bryce Hamamoto shot for 236 points to lead the Kaua’i High Air Rifery team to a 1,048-890 win over Island School Thursday.

Hamamoto scored an 84 prone, 84 kneeling and 68 standing to lead all scorers in the match. William Wright followed the Raider scoring with 222 points (81, 75, 66). Tyler Carvalho followed with a 208 (86, 65, 57) and Aaron Patterson (196 – 74, 67, 55) and Dustin Russell (186 – 72, 59, 55) rounded out the Red Raider scoring.

For Island School, Mario Rosa led the way with 213 points – 76 prone, 72 kneeling, 65 standing. Drew Goldman followed with a 204 (82, 77, 45). And Chaz Chapin (165 – 62, 49, 54), Chris Hoffman (157 – 76, 67, 14) and Alan Hoffman (151 – 68, 42, 41) rounded out the scoring for Island School.

The Kapa’a and Waimea Boys and Girls Air Riflery teams also faced of this past week. Results for those matches will be printed in a future TGI edition.

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