LIHU‘E — The Kaua‘i High School bowling teams picked up their second straight victories as the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation bowling league played Thursday at the Lihu‘e Bowling Center.
Kyle Balisacan, rolling a high 188 in the first game and Ammon Ho‘opi‘i-Akau, rolling a 180 in that same outing, led the Kaua‘i boys team who collected a 2307 pinfall over three games for the win.
They were followed by Kapa‘a with a 2057 pinfall over three games, the Warriors getting a day’s high 220 from Randy Iloreta Jr. in game three.
Chase Ueno led the Menehune boys with a 208 pinfall in the first game as Waimea collected a 1961 pinfall over three games.
Angelica Camarillo rolled a 189 in the third game for the Red Raider girls’ high score of the day as the team finished with a 2179 pinfall in its second win in as many weeks.
Reggie McCabe stepped up to the plate for Kapa‘a, rolling a high 171 in game three as the Warrior wahine finished with a 1908 pinfall, Ta‘ashi Napoleon helping the cause with a 164 in the third game, her only outing of the day.
Kimberly Hoeckmann-Percival continued to pace the Waimea girls, rolling a high 155 in game one and getting help from Sera Shimomura who rolled a high 136 in the first game to lead the Menehune girls to a 1695 pinfall.
With two games in the recordbooks, Kaua‘i’s Darcie Vea holds the overall lead for the girls with a 1003 pinfall over six games followed by McCabe with an 864 pinfall and Angelika Questin of Kapa‘a with an 838 pinfall.
Iloreta Jr. holds the lead for the boys with an 1100 pinfall over six games followed by Balisacan with a 1013 and Ueno with a 999.
KIF bowling continues Thursday starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Lihu‘e Bowling Center.
There is no charge to view the competition and refreshments are available at the LBC Snack Bar.