LIHUE – The Kapa’a boys added a point to their KIF standings and the Kaua’i girls continued their win streak in Saturday’s KIF Bowling matches at the Lihue Bowling Center.
The Kapa’a Warrior boys bowling team finished with a total of 2,448 pins to edge Kaua’i High’s 2,404 and Waimea High’s 2,358. In the KIF standings, Kaua’i has two points, Kapa’a one, and Waimea zero.
The Kaua’i Red Raider girls bowling team knocked down a total of 2,329 pins, topping Waimea High’s 2,038 and Kapa’a’s 1,903. Kaua’i maintains the league lead with 3 points. Both Waimea and Kapa’a remain with zero points apiece.
Kapa’a’s Cory Napoleon led all bowlers with a 248 in game two. He also had a score of 191 in his third game.
Garren Venzon had a score of 222 in his first game. Jon-Peter Sit had 213 in his second, and Kaua’i’s Travis Fontanilla scored high with a 201 in his third game.
Curtis Kimura of Waimea notched two high scores – of 207 and 191. Eric Lum rounded out the top scorers with 198.
Waimea’s Virgina Aguilar had two high scores – of 202 and 201. Waimea’s Jenni Ueno topped the list of girl’s high scorers with 206 in her third game. Kaua’i’s Jolene Koerte also had a 202 and Mei-Ling Keopuhiwa had two high scores – a 201 and 181.