Kauai High School golfer Jamie Amimoto and Kapaa High School golfer Bryden Salvador finished second and third, respectively, at the 2014 Hualalai Junior Classic which wrapped up Sunday in Kailua-Kona.
Amimoto was consistent throughout the two-day tournament, carding a three-over par 73 in the final round to finish with a 151 (76-75), a stroke off the pace in the tournament hosted by the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association.
Salvador, finishing the opening round with a one-over par 73, stumbled in the final round, ending with a 152 (73-79).
Justin Jay Arcano of Wailuku, Maui topped the boys 15-18 flight with a 150 (77-73) followed by Amimoto and Salvador.
Keegan Loo, another Kauai golfer from Lihue, finished the flight at 173 (87-86).
Allysha Mae Mateo of Mililani, Oahu, playing in the girls 13-14 flight, finished at six-over par 150 (76-74) to tie with Arcano for low-stroke honors in the tournament.
Jasmine Cabajar of Wailuku, Maui topped the girls 15-18 flight with a 156 (80-76), two strokes ahead of Kirsten Ishikawa of Pukalani, Maui (81-77-158).
Pono Yanagi of Hilo, Hawaii topped the boys 13-14 flight with a 153 (73-80), a stroke ahead of Acey Yanagishita (77-77) and Andrew Otani (76-78), both of Honolulu, who posted a 154.
Honolulu’s Milburn Ho topped the girls 11-12 flight on a 159 (79-80), two strokes better than Kaylee Akagi of Mililani who posted a 161 (81-80).
Davis Lee (78-77) and Kolbe Irei (76-79), both of Honolulu, ended in a tie for the lead at 155 in the boys 11-12, two strokes better than Go Nakatsukasa (79-78-157), also of Honolulu.
Minny Byun of Honolulu ended with a 179 (89-90) to capture the girls 7-10 flight, two strokes ahead of Kiersten Saludares (89-92-181) of Hilo, Hawaii.