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LIHUE — Kauai’s Jaime Amimoto and Trevor Kua each fired a 76 to lead the Red Raider boys to a team total 319 (76-76-79-88) Saturday at the Kauai Lagoons Golf Club.
On the girls’ course, Kauai’s Hiilani fired an even par 36 on the front nine en route to a 76 (36-40) to equal Kapaa’s Naea Oda (39-37-76).
Alana got help from Janae Park (51-53-104) and Dillyn Sakai (50-54-104) for a 284 (76-104-104) to beat Waimea’s 313 (92-97-124). Sharae Cua was the fourth Red Raider on the course, ending at 110 (58-52).
Heading the Menehune effort, Samantha Nichols took the lead, firing a 92 (49-43) with senior Kawena Warren ending five strokes off Nichols’ pace at 97 (45-52). Melia Takakusagi finished with a 124 (61-63) and Bailee Taeza rounded out the Menehune foursome at 141 (68-73).
Island School girls had Kari Whitworth setting the pace with a 94 (48-46) and Salisa Pegeder returning to the course on a 110 (52-58).
On the boys’ course, Kapaa’s Kainalu Gandia finished the day with the best round of the field at 74 (39-35). But with the Warriors’ next best round coming 10 strokes back with Bryden Salvador carding an 84 (41-43), Kauai’s boys took the team competition by 26 strokes.
Rounding out the Kapaa boys’ competition, Landen Ishida returned to the course to finish with a 91 (46-45) while Sequoia Logan (49-47) and Mitchell Alves (43-53) each carded a 96.
Other Warriors on the course included Tyshawn Cain (52-71-123), Dylan Desilva (55-58-113) and Zack Knight (56-62-118).
Island School leaders finished within a stroke of each other, led by Michael Miller setting the pace at 97 (51-46) followed by Jacob Dysinger (47-51-98) and Adam Sclafani (51-48-99). Kilikai Ahuna rounded out the Voyager scoring at 106 (49-57).
Despite Amimoto (41-35) and Kua (40-36) hitting a 76 each, Keith Jose tied with Gandia on the front nine at 39 en route to a 79 (39-40), three strokes off the Raider pace. Jacob Viquelia (43-45) rounded out the team showing at 88.
Other Red Raiders on the course included Vance Tokita (41-49) firing four strokes off the pace at 90, Ian Castro (52-67-119), Jeremy Felizardo (50-50-100) and Jordan Serrano (52-55-107).
The Kauai Interscholastic Federation golf continues Saturday when the first grouping tees off starting at noon at the Wailua Golf Course.
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