LIHUE – The Kaua’i Red Raider girls and boys bowling teams extended their lead in the KIF standings with wins Saturday at Lihue Lanes Bowling Center.
The Red Raider boys won with a total pinfall of 2,333, just edging the Waimea’s Menehunes’ 2,331. Kapa’a finished third with 2,209 points.
Kaua’i’s girls grounded 2,208 total pins, Waimea was second with 1,992 and Kapa’a was third with a total pinfall of 1,919.
Menehune Curtis Kimura led all high scorers with a 227 in game two. Kapa’a’s Justin Ogata had a 192 in game three and Cedric Macadangdang of Kaua’i had a 190 in game three.
Raider Meiling Keopuhiwa had three high scores for the girls, a 169 in game one, and 171s in games two and three. Megan Mukai of Waimea had the best score of the day with a 174, and her teammate Virginia Aguilar had a 169 in her first game.
With the win, the Raider boys extend their lead over second place Kapa’a by 2.5 points. The Raiders have a total of 3.5 points, the Warriors have 1 point and the Menehune have .5 points. The Raider girls extend their lead by four points over both Waimea and Kapa’a. The Raiders have 5 total KIF points.