Menehune teams sweep Warriors

KAPAA — The Waimea High School Menehune swept its series against Kapaa at the Kapaa High School range Wednesday. The Menehune men edged Kapaa by 48 points while the Waimea girls stayed ahead of the Kapaa women by 36 points.

Keane Caberto, taking his usual anchor position on the line, led Waimea with 238 (85-64-89) toward the team’s 1,150 points to Kapaa’s 1,102 points. He was followed by Alika Huddy (83-63-77-223), Devon Harsell (95-61-80-236), Byron Ingenerio (81-61-80-222) and Braden Kobayashi (89-71-71-231). Other Menehune on the line saw Patrick Vea finish with a 218 (84-57-77) followed by Dennison Mopas (86-59-71-216) and Kenneth Ragus (89-39-80-208).

Maverick Yadao topped the Kapaa men with a 229 (81-68-80) followed by Ian Kimura (89-66-71-226), Mason Tabura (84-57-75-216), Michael Anderson (84-61-71-216) and Zyron Albite-Ruiz (81-54-72-215). Other Warriors on the firing line saw Levi Eulalio cop a 207 (81-54-72) with Joemar Agno ending on a 195 (86-45-64) and Mark Corpuz marking 143 (52-39-52).

On the women’s line, Khryshia Pascual topped the scoring on a 245 (84-78-83) followed by Robyn Acob (86-74-82-242), Tiffany Minia (89-74-76-239), Janine Prado (79-72-77-228) and Venice Subia (75-57-74-206). Other Menehune wahine shooters saw Chelsea Samatra finish at 205 (92-42-71) followed by Kristine Ruiz (80-61-62-203) and Bailey Taeza at 200 (77-54-69).

Kheaelie Miranda topped the Kapaa women with a 242 (94-73-75), followed by Janice Manique (82-66-83-231), Alicia Hayakawa (80-66-66-212), Larissa Tsai (79-65-64-208) and Karyn Koko (78-54-71-203). Other Warrior ladies on the firing line included Genivelle Mabiog (69-61-70-200), Haley Gokan (80-41-68-189) and Selena Rivera (55-63-61-179).

Kauai next travels to the Kapaa High School range Wednesday while Island School makes the trek to the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center range, home of the Waimea team. Both matches get under way at 3 p.m.

Kauai at Island School

PUHI — Ryker Amimoto and Brooke Hornos picked up high point honors for Kauai High School to lead the Red Raider air rifle team to a sweep over the Island School Voyagers Wednesday afternoon at the Island School range in Puhi.

Amimoto fired off a 252 (95 prone, 83 kneeling, and 74 standing) to notch the highest score on the Puhi range as the Kauai boys took the Voyagers 1,182-819.

Hornos, a consistent high pointer for the Kauai girls, finished with 243 (86-76-78) in humid conditions to lead the Red Raider girls to a 1,150-767 win over the Voyagers.

“Hats off to Kauai High School on a great match,” said Sean Magoun, Island School coach. “The Kauai shooters took both the girls and boys match easily while Island School looks to continue their efforts in rebuilding their team of shooters.”

Helping Amimoto in collecting the winning score, Alec Greer (93-88-66-247), Ryan Valuerdi (87-82-62-231), Brandon Marcos (85-72-74-231) and Kaimi Texeira (84-71-66-221) made up the scoring shooters.

Grant Calipjo (84-52-56-192), Kendrick Cadiz (82-65-68-215) and Kaimana Texeira (80-64-65-209) were also on the firing line for the Kauai boys.

Voyager shooters were led by Scott Kilcoyne (77-77-57-211) notching high point honors followed by Daniel Wu (74-35-19-128), Michael Chung (53-67-26-146), Reece Valencia (82-58-38-178), and Brandon Nguen (62-50-44-156). Pierce Bivens (56-32-10-98) filled in the alternate spot.

Following Hornos on the girls’ range, Kailee Arakaki finished in the No. 2 spot, just three points back at 240 (86-76-78) followed by Kaori Kaya (82-81-65-228), Kelii Okayama (76-82-65-223) and Xandra Matsumoto (83-73-60-216).

Krystle Pascua (80-78-58-216) and Harlee Fujimoto (59-64-64-187) were other Red Raider ladies on the firing line.

Amanda Ngyuen topped the Voyager women on a 209 (87-74-48) followed by Risa Whetsel (61-56-53-170), Aliana Ho (56-64-40-160), Quinn Catlin (61-50-37-148) and Emma Harris (63-4-13-80).

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