Kapa’a still undefeated; Kaua’i gets first blemish

Some things stay the same, while others change, which is the case in KIF bowling this season.

The Kapa’a girls maintained a stronghold on the first-place standings with another win on Saturday at Lihu’e Lanes.

In the meantime, the Kaua’i boys finished in a three way tie on Saturday, handing both Kapa’a and Waimea their first points of the season.

The Warrior women were led by Marissa “Ms. Mojo” Agena (466), Ranelle Jacinto (463), Donica Abalos (461), Kelii Cacal (442), and Mindi Agena-Boyd (278).

The Red Raiders were edged out once again by a small margin (15 pins). Noel Campos paced the Kaua’i contingent with a total of 506. Other top bowlers were Mei-Ling Keopuhiwa (503), Samantha Riofta (403), Jenna Yamamoto (302), and Savanah Tomcader (254).

Waimea’s top athletes were Jenni Ueno (531), Sharla Shimono (495), Syanne Sagawa (414), Natasha Acosta (409), and Sunni Acosta (334).

In the boys’ contest, Joseph Aurelio (563), Jessie Duarte (538), Jerald Colobong (529), Dominic Piano (518), and Jon Luis Vento (259) led the way for Kaua’i.

For Kapa’a, it was Sean Callejo (623), Wesley Abalos (523), Bernard Yadao (472), Junnel Calpito (309), and Ian Abihai-Honda (288) holding down the top slots.

Anthony Baptiste (598), Kekoa Masuda (598), Chris Aguilar (495), Earl Jay Padilla (412), and Ryan Kunselman (304) led the Menehune crew.

KIF bowling rolls its way to Lihu’e Lanes on Saturday, starting at 2 p.m.


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