Kapaa queen crowned

LIHUE — Friday night football was not just the final night game of the Kauai Interscholastic Federation football season. Kapaa High School also celebrated its homecoming against Waimea High School at Vidinha Stadium.

Brylyn Aiwohi, a strong member of the Kapaa High School girls volleyball team, was voted Homecoming Queen, escorted onto the field by Justin Franklin.

Mosese Fifita, donning football jersey No. 35, was named the Warriors’ Homecoming King, taking time out of the locker room break to accept accolades from the enthusiastic home crowd.

Rachel “Momo” Apana, escorted by Kobe Nagahisa, donned the banner of Miss Warrior; Mainei Kinimaka, escorted by Coleman Langstaff, donned the Miss Touchdown crown; Kyleen Pascual, escorted by Jalen Yago, touted the Miss Victory banner, and Kunani Tuttle, escorted by Samuel Vernola, rounded out the court as Miss Spirit.

Kiara Rapozo, escorted by Dylan DeSilva, represented the class of 2016 while Kaylor Jordan Hermosura, escorted by Triston Hawelu, wore the banner of the class of 2017. Sariah Mokuahi, escorted by Chayse Basuel, represented the sophomore class of 2018 and Kahiau Gonsalves, escorted by Kiran Costa, stepped forward as the freshmen class of 2019 representatives.

The Warrior football team, sitting on a 38-0 halftime lead over the Menehune, completed the celebration by finishing with a 68-0 win.


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