WAIMEA – Virginia Aguilar led a high scoring Menehune squad with 249 points and Ashley Canon added 240 as Waimea defeated Island School 1,170-1,057 Friday.
Aguilar shot 91 prone, 86 kneeling, 72 standing to lead all shooters. Ashley Canon was not far behind with 240 points, Megan Mukai chipped in 233, Rachelle Pascual had 228 and Jonelle Renti Cruz rounded out the Menehune scoring with 220.
Island School was led by Jeni Gueber, who shot for 223 points. Asha Peahu added 213 and Molly Mckenna chipped in 210. Kasey Alcott (206) and Athena Yee (205) also scored for Island School.
Waimea boys over Island
The Waimea boys were led by Anthony Acain’s 257 points in their 1,201-1,012 win over Island School Friday.
Acain shot 86 prone, 85 kneeling, and 62 standing to boost his high score. Randall Ramos followed with 246, Mark Medina shot for 236, Donnovan Manguba-glo added 234 and Gerald Alop rounded out the top five Menehune shooters with a 228.
Island School was led by Drew Goldsman, who shot for 239 points. Chaz Chapin added 219, Alan Hoffman a 195, Chris Hoffman chipped in 192 and Nori Matsumoto’s 167 rounded out Island School’s total tally.
Kapa’a boys over Kaua’i
The Kapa’a Warrior boys Air Riflery team out-shot the Raiders 1,037-1,021 Thursday in another KIF regular season clash.
Joel Miyashiro led the Warrior boys with 215 points – 89 prone, 74 kneeling, 52 standing. Treman Luczon chipped in 211 and Chris Cuyo added 208. Reyn Mossma (205) and Morgan Boldivino (198( also scored for Kapa’a.
The Raiders were led by William Wright, who matched Miyashiro’s 215. Bryce Hamamoto shot for 205 points, Aaron Patterson chipped in 204. Dustin Russel had a 202 and Harrison Yamamoto a 195 to round out the Raider scoring.
The Raider girls edge
Christyl Nagao’s match high 240 points paced the Kaua’i Red Raiders enroute to a 998-976 win over the Kapa’a Warriors Thursday.
Nagao shot 93 prone, 78 kneeling, 69 standing at the meet. Terra Bell followed with a 224, Ka’i Sheldon and Chasidy Yasay each added 179 and Jolene Koerte had a 176.
Stevi Stone led Kapa’a with 201 points. Mohala Johnson was right behind with 200, and Cheilee Miyashiro added 195 to the Kapa’a tally. Chasity Ito (191) and Chrystal Dawson also scored for the Warriors.