Menehune Air Riflery teams take two from Warriors

WAIMEA – The Waimea Menehune girls and boys Air Riflery teams each took wins over the Kapa’a Warriors Thursday in another Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation regular season bout.

Menehune girls

win 1,120-953

Ciera Sherman’s 236 points led the match and led the way for the Waimea Menehunes, who topped the Kapa’a Warriors 1,120-953 on Thursday.

Sherman shot 93 prone, 78 kneeling and 64 standing to lead all shooters. Syke Andrade added 228 point, Virginia Aguilar was not far behind with 226 points, and Jonelle Renti Cruz (218) and Rochelle Pascual (212) rounded out the Menehune tally.

Kapa’a was led by Chasity Ito, who shot for 211 points – 80 prone, 81 kneeling, 50 standing. She was followed by Crystal Dawson, who shot for 198 points, Mohala Johnson with a 184, Gemmalyn Catabagan with a 181 and Cheilee Miyashiro with a 179.

Waimea boys

win 1,161-1,043

Brian Martin and Kori Sakahashi each shot for 239 points to lead the Waimea Menehunes to a 1,161-1,043 win over the Kapa’a Warriors.

Martin shot 85 prone, 79 kneeling and75 standing. Sakahashi chipped in 93 prone, 80 kneeling and 66 standing.

The Menehune’s Gerald Alop added 229 points to the score and Donovan Manguba-Glove and Randall Ramos each notched 227 points to round out Waimea’s scoring.

The Warriors were led by Chris Cuyo, who shot for 231 points – 83 prone, 70 kneeling, 78 standing. Reyn Mossman added 213 for Kapa’a, Joel Miyashiro chipped in 204, Luczon Thomas had 198 points and Mordan Baldovino accounted for the rest of Kapa’a’s points with 197.


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