LIHUE – The KIF girls bowling teams remained deadlocked Saturday at the completion of three games at Lihue Lanes.
Each team scored four points in the tie, and each team has added a KIF standings point to their list. Thus far, Kaua’i High leads the standings with four KIF points. Kapa’a and Waimea each trail with one KIF point.
The boys league had a somewhat similar ending. Kaua’i and Kapa’a each tied with a total of six points Saturday. The tie gives both teams a half a point for the KIF standings list. Kaua’i has 2.5 points, Kapa’a, who failed to score a point in the recent match, is second with 1 standings point. Waimea now as .5 points.
Waimea’s Curtis Kimura led the way with two high scores – of 248 and 213 pins. Kaua’i’s Garren Venzon finished with 200, Travis Fontanilla had a 196 and Chad Medina and Jon-Peter Sit each had a 191.
Kapa’a’s Donica Abalos had a big night to lead the girls scorers with a game of 220. Kaua’i’s Kelsi Sakai scored a 192 and Waimea’s Megan Mukai and Kaua’i’s Jolene Koerte each had 184.