Campos, Masuda head up bowling list
By Duane Shimogawa Jr. – The Garden Island
Kaua’i junior Noel Campos, a transfer from ‘Aiea, topped the KIF all-star bowling list, which was headed up by a good mix of talent from all three schools.
Teammate Mei-Ling Keopuhiwa, a senior, earned all-star honors once again and Kapa’a seniors, Kelli Cacal and Ranelle Jacinto garnered top accolades as well.
Waimea sophomore Syanne Sagawa and senior Jenni Ueno rounded out the KIF girls bowling standouts for this season.
The Warrior girls won their first-ever KIF title this year.
Waimea junior Kekoa Masuda came away with the top honor on the KIF boys all-star squad.
Red Raider juniors Dominic Piano, Jesse Duarte, and Joe Aurelio were the key players for their rise to the KIF title this season. They all earned all-star honors.
Waimea senior Chris Aguilar and Kapa’a junior Sean Callejo rounded out the best bowlers of 2005-06.
The KIF all-star bowling team was selected based upon scoring.
Ramos, Martin top Waimea-dominated air riflery squad
Waimea seniors Sheila Ramos and Brian Martin walked away as the top shooters in the KIF air riflery season.
Both Menehune squads dominated and ran away with the KIF championships.
The KIF girls all-star riflery team includes Island School senior Kelli-Rose Hooser, Waimea junior Kelly Joyce, and Waimea seniors Sharla Shimono, Jenni Ueno, and Lynell Wright.
Joining Martin on the boys squad are teammates and fellow seniors, Chris Aguilar, Nathan Martin, and Tyren Sakuda.
Kaua’i junior Aaron Braun and senior Kendall Kusaka rounded out the top performers of the season.
KIF all-stars for air riflery were chosen based upon scores.
- Duane Shimogawa Jr., sports editor, may be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 257) or email@example.com.