Kauai boys 5th, Waimea girls 6th

Kauai High School’s boys air riflery team was the eighth best overall team at the Civilian Marksmanship Program Air Riflery Championships on Tuesday at Kamehameha Schools–Maui.

Kauai High’s boys collectively scored a 1,988-35 (731-24 prone, 603-5 standing, 654-6 kneeling), which was also fifth among the boys teams.

Alec Greer was the Red Raiders’ best shooter with 516-9 (192-7, 149-1, 175-1). Greer was also the 34th best individual shooter, 18th among the boys.

Ryker Amimoto scored 500-12 (190-9, 147-1, 163-2). Ryan Valhuerdi scored 486-8 (174-5, 153-1, 159-2). Brandon Marcos scored 486-6 (175-3, 154-2, 157-1).

Waimea’s girls team finished 13th overall and sixth among the girls teams. The Menehune collectively scored 1,875-16 (706-11, 548-3, 621-2).

Tiffany Minia was Waimea’s best shooter with 492-2 (177-1, 145-1, 170-0). She was 72nd overall and 32nd among the girls.

Robyn Acob scored 490-3 (177-2, 152-1, 161-0). Khryshia Pascual scored 455-6 (170-3, 129-1, 156-2). Chelsea Samatra scored 438-5 (182-5, 122-0, 134-0).

Mid-Pacific Institute’s boys team, of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu, was the best team overall with a score of 2,118-64 (766-41 prone, 634-7 standing, 718-16 kneeling). Pearl City’s girls team, of the Oahu Interscholastic Association, was the 2nd best overall team, 1st among the girls, with 2,104-50 (750-31, 661-6, 693-13). Mid-Pac’s girls team finished third overall with 2,097-49 (757-32, 629-6, 711-11).

Full results: sportshigh.com.


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