LIHUE – The Kaua’i High Boys and Girls Air Riflery teams swept Kapa’a High Thursday in the third week of the Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation’s regular season.
The Raider boys edged the Warriors 1,068-1,005; the girls won 1,041-909.
Bryce Hamamoto and William Wright led all shooters with 227 points; Dustin Russell added 210. Aaron Patterson had 203 points and Tyler Carvalho rounded out the Raider scoring with 201 points.
Chris Cuyo led the Warrior boys with 224 points. Morgan Baldovno added 206 points and Traman Luczon was right behind with 203. Joel Miyashiro (190) and Garrett Burrel (182) rounded out Kapa’a’s scoring.
The Raider girls were led by Christyl Nagao, who scored 222 points. Terra Bell added 210 and Jolene Koerte chipped in 207 points. Sheldon Kaiulani (204) and Zina Tatiana (198) also contributed to the Raider total.
Kapa’a was led by Cheilee Miyashiro, who scored 192 points; Chasity Ito had 189 points, and Mohala Johnson added 185. Stevi Stone chipped in 175 points and Crystal Dawson had a 168.
Waimea takes two
from Island School
The Waimea Menehunes won both varsity boys and girls matches over Island School Thurday in another KIF regular season Air Riflery bout.
The Waimea girls beat Island School 1,152-1,067, while the Waimea boys won 1,185-996.
Menehune Jonelle Renti Cruz led all girls shooters with 239 points. Rachelle Pascual added 235 points and Megan Mukai and Sharla Shimono each shot for 231 to lead the Menehune charge. Skye Andrade’s 216 rounded out Waimea’s total score.
Island School was again led by a skillful Jeni Gueber, who shot for 228 points. Keli-Rose Hooser added 218 and Atheena Yee chipped in 209. Alicia Riddick (207) and Kasey Alcott (205) rounded out the scoring for Island School.
The Waimea boys were led by two sharp shooters – Mark Medina and Randall Ramos. Each shot for 246 points. Both Gerald Alop and Dustin Fontinilla had 228 points to build upon the Menehune total, and Kori Sakahashi wasn’t far behind with 237.
Chris Hoffman led Island School with 215 points. Drew Goldsman had 206 and Chaz Chapin chipped in 204. Nori Matsumoto (188) and Mario Rosa (183) accounted for the total.