KAPA‘A — All eight Waimea girls posted scores of 200-plus as the Lady Menehune kept their undefeated record intact with a 1,127-1,114 win over Kapa‘a, Thursday.
At the Island School campus, Kaua‘i boys’ Kelan Adachi posted the highest score of all the boys shooting to lead Kaua‘i to a 1,123-1,050 win over Island School, that performance also keeping Kaua‘i boys’ undefeated record intact.
Kapa‘a boys put on a strong showing in its match against Waimea, but succumbed by just 50 points, 1,073-1,023.
Kaua‘i’s girls were a 1,085-613 winner over Island School who saw just three girls shooting at the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation air riflery competition.
Rachel Wright, posting the highest score of all the girls shooting, led the Menehune in the first relay with a 240 (93-86-61) followed by Breeann Abuan (85-79-70-234).
Adachi finished the day with a 244 (90-69-85) to lead the Kaua‘i boys followed by Kent Rapozo (85-77-75-237), Tyler Navarro (87-57-77-221) and Shaun Koide (75-67-72-214).
Waimea captain Ty Shitanaka paced the Menehune boys with a 237 (92-84-61), followed by Geoffrey Tran (84-81-65-230), Peter Joyce (83-79-58-220), Bryle Rivera (85-54-58-197) and Benigno Baclig (80-69-40-189).
Kapa‘a first-year shooter Marvin Woods paced the Warrior boys with a 229 (81-80-68) followed by Justin Uegawa (78-71-48-210), Rusty Klutke (70-63-74-207) and Tyler Schwarze (75-71-48-194). Heather Walker led the Kapa‘a girls on a 235 (85-81-69) followed by Alma Iglesia (81-77-74-232), Britney Inanod (88-79-60-227), Kamala Rojas (79-81-4-224) and Darlene Jarquio (78-66-52-196).
Brianne “Malu” Hornos and Rachel Hamamura paced the Red Raider girls with scores of (92-66-74-232) and (77-74-79-230), respectively.
Lindsey Duarte (91-53-68-212), Alexandra Mink-Flacco (76-59-69-204) and Stephanie Steuri (83-43-72-198) were the Island School girls who shot at the Thursday match.
Justin-Riley Louis paced the Island School boys with a 228 (87-73-68) followed by Kenji Rutter (82-53-79-214).