Red Raider boys, Menehune girls lead air riflery standings

LIHUE — Janice Manique had the best round of the day Wednesday at the Kapaa High School air rifle range to lead the Warriors to its sweep over the Island School Voyagers — 1,169-1,003 for the boys, and 1,207-350 for the girls.

Over at the Kauai High School range, the host Red Raiders split its series with Waimea High School — the Waimea girls taking a 1,212-1,169 win over Kauai while the Kauai boys claimed the 1,214-1,126 win over the Menehune.

With the split, the Kauai boys take the lead with a 3-0 record in the Kauai Interscholastic Federation air riflery season which runs through Oct. 5. The Waimea girls are also 3-0 and claim the lead.

Manique fired a 92 in the prone position, blasted an 80 in the standing position, and closed the day with an 85 in the kneeling position for a total 257 points, the highest points in the field of female shooters.

Khryshia Pascual returned to lead the Menehune girls with a 255 (88-79-88), just two points better than Kailee Arakaki (94-71-88-253), the Kauai girls’ leader.

Brandon Marcos, a returning Kauai marksman, topped the boys’ scoring with a 262 (91-83-88).

Waimea’s Braden Kobayashi copped Menehune high-point honors for the third consecutive week, finishing with a 245 (87-75-83).

Island School boys’ top point-getter went to Bryce Yoshida with a 212 (81-66-65), and Kapaa’s Maverick Yadao continued to pull in high-point honors at 250 (87-81-82).

Kauai next hosts Kapaa at its range in Lihue while Waimea travels to the Island School range in Puhi, Wednesday. Both matches start at 3 p.m.

Results

Island School Boys: Tanner Tavares (76-61-68-205), Reese Valencia (89-57-56-202), Preston Patterson (80-47-61-188), Bryce Yoshida (81-66-65-212), Bryant Wu (78-52-66-196). Henry Scherer (880-43-54-185), Ranger Robinson (72-22-65-159), Kamalei Baptiste (81-46-30-157).

Kapaa Boys: Maverick Yadao (87-81-82-250), Michael Anderson (91-68-81-240), Ian Kimura (89-64-83-236), Mark Corpuz (85-72-71-228), Michael Tsai (93-58-64-215). Braden Tabura (76-48-68-192).

Island School Girls: Catlin Quinn (73-53-55-181), Aliana Ho (50-53-66-169).

Kapaa Girls: Janice Manique (92-80-85-257), Alicia Hayakawa (90-71-80-241), Haley Gokan (85-71-84-240), Khalie Miranda (91-70-75-236), Brianna Wright (81-79-73-233). Karyn Koko (82-64-65-2112), Kiara Dolino (77-48-59-184), Larissa Tsai (86-67-77-230).

Waimea Boys: Braden Kobayashi (87-75-83-245), Keane Caberto (91-66-75-232), Bryan Ingeneiro (84-69-75-228), Dennison Mopas (78-64-74-216), Eilon Jamarabon (82-50-73-205). Dawson Franco (74-46-63-183), Kaya Labanon (70-44-24-1238), Tevin Shigematsu (65-35-74-174).

Kauai Boys: Brandon Marcos (91-83-88-262), Kaimi Texeira (87-67-73-253), Kendrick Cadiz (90-72-77-239), Grant Calipjo (88-57-88-233), Kaimana Texeira (87-67-73-227). Michael Perreira (62-44-55-161), William Andres (86-61-59-206), Kaisen Taniguchi (74-41-69-184).

Waimea Girls: Khryshia Pascual (88-79-88-255), Robyn Acob (90-77-79-246), Janine Prado (92-70-83-245), Erika Esposo (93-58-80-231). D’Annalyn Helgen (81-46-65-192), Ashley Pascual (86-57-83-226), Kristine Ruiz (79-51-81-211).

Kauai Girls: Kailee Arakaki (94-71-88-253), Kaya Kaori (80-75-82-237), Emily Melchor (76-73-81-230), Xandra Masumoto (89-59-81-229), Kelli Okayama (83-64-73-220). Kimberly Matutina (79-51-67-197), Lilinoe Wilson (82-49-65-196), Kaeley Yamamotoya (70-50-42-162).

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