Waimea takes two from Kaua’i in KIF Air Riflery bout

LIHUE – The Waimea Menehune boys and girls Air Riflery team swept Kaua’i High School Thursday in another Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation bout in Lihue.

The Waimea boys team outlasted Kaua’i 1,196-1,076. The Menehune edged the Raiders 1,088-993.

Randall Ramos led a high scoring Menehune squad, posting a score of 245 – 91 prone, 87 kneeling, 67 standing. Kory Sakahashi was right behind with an additional 242 points, John Tagavilla tallied 239, and Mark Medina (236) and Anthony Acain (234) rounded out the scoring for Waimea.

The Raiders were led by William Wright, who shot for 229 points – 81 prone, 85 kneeling, 63 standing. Jared Estrada followed with a 216, Bryce Hamamoto added 215, and Dustin Russell and Aaron Patterson (206) followed.

The Waimea girls were led by Ashley Shimono, who shot for 228 points – 78 prone, 83 kneeling, 67 standing. Megan Mukai was right behind with 223 points, Sharla Shimono added 218, and Janelle Renti-Cruz (209) and Virginia Aguilar (210) rounded out the Menehune scoring.

Christyl Nagao led the charge for the Raiders, posting a 208 – 89 prone, 72 kneeling, 47 standing. Kai Sheldon added 205 points, Tatiana Zina had 204, and Terra Bell (199) and Jolene Koerte (177) followed.

Island School girls win by one, Kapa’a boys return to winning ways

KAPA’A – The Island School girls squeezed out a one-point victory over Kapa’a and the Warrior boys returned to their winning ways Thursday in a Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation Air Riflery matchup in Kapa’a.

The Island School girls team edged Kapa’a 954-953; The Kapa’a boys topped the Island School boys 950-892.

Island School was lead by Jeni Gueber, who shot for 210 points – 88 prone, 55 standing, 67 kneeling. Kasey Alcott added 202, and Asha Peahu (189), Molly McKenna (178), and Atheena Yee (175) rounded out the scoring.

Gemmalyn Catbagan had a match high 212, which led the Warrior assault. She shot 82 prone, 51 standing and 72 kneeling. Chasity Ito added 205, and Chrystal Dawson (184), Mohala Johnson (179) and Joy Ortal (173) followed.

Chris Cuyo shot for 199 points to lead the Warriors. He had 90 points prone, 33 standing and 76 kneeling. Traman Luczon and Joel Miyashiro each added 190, and Morgan Baldovino (188) and Garrett Burrell (183) rounded out Kapa’a’s scoring.

Drew Goldsman led the match in points with 208 – 85 prone, 47 standing, 76 kneeling. Chaz Chapin added 188 and Chris Hoffman chipped in 175. Alan Hoffman (163) and Nori Matsumoto (159) followed.

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