Matsumura and Carillo on top at KIF Cross Country meet

KAPA’A – Kaua’i’s Scott Matsumura and Kapa’a’s Sharlene Carillo led the pack at the boys and girls KIF cross country meet Saturday at Kapa’a High School.

Carillo finished the two-mile trek in 13 minutes, 7 seconds, edging Waimea’s Rachel Martin, who finished with a 13.27.

Kaua’i’s Kassy Morishige (13.45) was third, Kapa’a’s Haley Ham Young (14.18) was fourth and Lianna Nakazawa (14.19) rounded out the top five finishers.

Matsumura won the boy’s three-mile race in 18 minutes, 11 seconds. Kaua’i’s Chad Naganuma took second place with an 18.22, Waimea’s Scott Martin was third with a 18.23, and Island School’s Mario Rosa took fourth with an 18.24. Cody Kimura rounded out the top five with a 18.37.

The Kaua’i Red Raider boys won the meet with 21 points; the Waimea Menehunes took second with 47 points; Kapa’a High School was third with 84 points and Island School took fourth with 88 points.

For the girls, the Kapa’a Warriors took first place with 23 points; Waimea took second with 55 points and Kaua’i was third with 59 points. Kula, with just two runners in the race, was fourth with 75 points.

Girls Top 20 – 6. Kelly Devitt, Kapa’a 14.27; 7. Deidra Spencer, Kapa’a 14.29; 8. Chasity Ito, Kapa’a 14.32; 9. Jean Juliano, Kaua’i 14.33; 10. Jennifer Rodello, Kapa’a 14.35; 11. Heather Prizing, Waimea 14.36; 12. Amanda Savage, Kaua’i 14.37; 13. Juliet Jones, Kula 14.38; 14. Jessica Jacinto, Waimea 14.57; 15. Chantelle Briones, Waimea 15.05; 16. Jackie Huttger, Kapa’a 15.07; 17. Sonya Tacub, Waimea 15.17; 18. Teri Konishi, Kapa’a 15.17; 19. Alison Quereto, Kapa’a 15.30; Sharla Arakaki, Waimea 15.39.

BOYS TOP 20 – 6. Ross Brandeburg, Kaua’i 18.47; 7. Ben Kimura, Kapa’a 19.00; 8. Collin Dana, Waimea 19.08; 9. Nathan Martin, Waimea 19.08; 10. Darren Fukushima, Kaua’i 19.24; 11. Aaron Fujimoto, Kaua’i 19.33; 12. Eric Oroc, Waimea 19.38; 13. Elliot Byfield, Kapa’a 19.40; 14. Kelly Ching, Kaua’i 19.59; 15. Jared Fukushima, Kaua’i 20.21; 16. Chris Hoffman, Island School 20.25; 17. Erron Nakaya, Kaua’i 20.29; 18. Oliver Moniz, Waimea 20.41; 19. Jake Oketani, Kaua’i 21.10; 20. Waylan Sadang, Kapa’a 21.15.

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