Who are these girls?
Well, they’re the Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation bowling leaders on the girls’ side, and they are no slouches.
After a convincing win in their first match, the Warriors quieted the critics with another victory on Saturday.
But it was close this time, to the tune of six pins over the Red Raiders, who boast two of the best bowlers in the state in Noel Campos and Meiling Keopuhiwa.
The Waimea girls, the defending KIF champions, finished in the third-place spot.
Kapa’a head coach Maryann Sadaoka has her girls on a tear on the past two Saturdays.
Kelii Cacal and Donica Abalos have led the way so far for the Warriors, who are talented from top to bottom.
Meanwhile, the Red Raider boys have a firm grip on first-place in the boys’ standings, with another win on Saturday.
Jesse Duarte and Dominic Piano lead the Kaua’i contingent so far this year. On Saturday, the Warriors finished in second and the Menehune boys came in third.
KIF bowling rolls its way to Lihu’e Lanes once again on Saturday, starting at 2 p.m.
- Duane Shimogawa Jr., sports editor, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 257) or email@example.com