LIHUE – The Kaua’i High School Red Raider bowling team again swept the Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation matches Saturday, garnering wins in both its girls and boys teams.
The Red Raiders, who had seven total points in the match, added another point to their KIF standings list, and now lead the KIF with 2 points. Waimea, which took second place with four total points, and Kapa’a, which had one point, each remain with 0 total KIF points.
The Raider boys had a total Pinfall of 2,350. Waimea had 2,270 and Kapa’a 2,174. For the girls, Kaua’i notched a total Pinfall of 2,555. Waimea had 2,123 and Kapa’a had 2,057.
Mei-Ling Keopuhiwa led the way for the Kaua’i girls with three high scores on the day. She had a 201 in the first game, 235 in the second and 227 in the third – the only bowler to garner three high scores. Kaua’i’s Jolene Koerte added 204 and her teammate Jennifer Espiritu had a 193.
For Waimea, Virginia Aguilar had a 204; Amber Abalos of Kapa’a High School had two high scores: a 189 and a 222.
Kaua’i’s Chadwin Medina had two high scores to lead the Red Raiders – 200 in one game and 180 in another. Kapa’a’s Nathan Concepcion had a 200, and Waimea’s Christopher Aguilar (186 and 197) and Dustin Fontanilla (187) rounded out the high scores for the boys bowling matches.