The big showdown in Waimea was won by the home school, as both the boys and girls Menehune squads took down KauaÔi for the top spot in KIF air riflery on Thursday.
The Menehune boys edged KauaÔi, 1169-1083.
Top Waimea boys shooters included Brian Martin (249), Tyren Sakuda (234), Chris Aguilar (233), Nathan Martin (233), and Kekoa Masuda (220).
KauaÔi was led by Kendall Kusaka (240), Cody Navarro (219), Aaron Braun (218), Harrison Yamamoto (209), and Elliot Yamamoto (197).
On the girls side, Waimea outshot KauaÔi, 1174-1112.
WaimeaÕs top shooters were Sheila Ramos (243), Jenni Ueno (236), Lynnell Wright (236), Kelly Joyce (230), and Sharla Shimono (229).
Charissa Riofta (233), Liane Muraoka (231), Casey Shimokawa (227), Contessa Ricci (219), and Maureen Sibolboro (202) led the KauaÔi attack.
Results of the Island School/KapaÔa match were not reported to The Garden Island.
KIF air riflery continues on Thursday, as KapaÔa travels to Waimea and KauaÔi takes on Island School. Both matches begin at 3 p.m.
- Duane Shimogawa Jr., sports editor, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 257) or email@example.com