Some made it, some didn’t

LIHU’E — The usual suspects were out in full force yesterday at the KIF’s fifth and final qualifying meet.

Kaua’i’s Chelsea Smith-Wishard tabbed a qualifying time in the 400 meters (1:02.37), but teammate Frank Speetjens missed out on states in the 800 meters (2:07.96) by a grain of sand.

However, KIF athletes will have another shot on Thursday and Friday in the KIF trials and championships at Vidinha Stadium. Both meets should begin at 4 p.m.

Top finishers at yesterday’s qualifier included Waimea’s Kenny Estes (100 meters, 11.09), Waimea’s Alan Gaspar (100 meters, 11.86), Kaua’i’s Pono Matthews (100 meters, 11.93), Kaua’i’s Allison Aarakaki (100 hurdles, 17.49), Kapa’a’s Nahtice Nield (100 hurdles, 17.93), Waimea’s Melia Prinzing (100 hurdles, 18.16), Kaua’i’s Jamilee Jimenez (high jump, 4-6), Waimea’s Jeanna Baudouin (high jump, 4-4), Waimea’s Chris Newcomb (high jump 5-4), Kaua’i’s Jesse Slade (high jump, 5-4), Waimea’s B.J. Batalion (long jump, 19-11), Waimea’s Kollin Morikawa (long jump, 19-3), Kapa’a’s Coty Salausa (long jump, 18-10), Waimea’s Kaimana Girod (1,500, 4:49.29), Kaua’i’s Agu Garcia (1,500, 5:06.47), Waimea’s John Pearson (1,500, 5:10.06), Waimea’s 4×100 relay (Layne Fernandez, Batalion, Gaspar, Estes, 45.56), Kaua’i’s Auika Muragin (400, 1:05.38), Kaua’i’s Savannah Rollins (400, 1:08.15), Waimea’s Jayrald Watanabe (400, 56.13), Kapa’a’s Nick Mortell (400, 1:00.64), Waimea’s Steve Rivera (400, 57.63), Kapa’a’s Nield (300 hurdles, 51.27), Kaua’i’s Lauren Riley (300 hurdles, 55.46), Kaua’i’s Cassandra Rull (300 hurdles, 58.48), Waimea’s Marc Oroc (300 hurdles, 45.16), Kapa’a’s Trevor Boro (300 hurdles, 48.99), Kaua’i’s Jonathan Rellin (300 hurdles, 54.62), Kaua’i’s Tara McCoy (800, 2:42.43), Waimea’s Caralyn Broyles (800, 2:48.74), Kapa’a’s Zari Fernandez (800, 2:55.06), Waimea’s Cyril Botelho (800, 2:14.48), Kapa’a’s Jason Orbe-Smith (800, 2:22.91), Waimea’s Sonya Tacub (200, 27.90), Waimea’s Kelly Joyce (200, 29.27), Kula’s Erin Pickett (200, 30.19),

-Waimea’s Batalion (200, 25.06), Kaua’i’s Pono Matthews (200, 25.28), Waimea’s Dan Lizama (200, 25.75), Waimea’s Nathan Martin (3,000, 9:44.75), Waimea’s Scott Martin (3,000, 10:07.36), Kaua’i’s Garcia (3,000, 11:45.81), Waimea’s Rachel Martin (3,000, 12:06.25), Waimea’s 4×400 relay (Rivera, Oroc, Botelho, Watanabe, 3:50.29), Waimea’s Batalion (triple jump, 38-6), Kapa’a’s Ella Arume (triple jump, 27-4.5), Waimea’s Saui Matagiese (shot put, 35-6), Kapa’a’s Danielle Creamer (shot put, 30-3), Waimea’s Anson Acain (discus, 109-4), and Kapa’a’s Loke Manaku (discus, 99-5).

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