Warriors take air riflery match over Voyagers

Kapaa High School’s Larissa Tsai fired for 258 (95 prone, 85 kneeling, 78 standing) points and Janice Manique added 254 (89-80-85) to lead the Kapaa High School girls air riflery team to a 1,213-810 win over the Island School Voyagers, Wednesday during the opening round of Kauai Interscholastic Federation air riflery.

On the boys’ range, Kapaa’s Mark Corpuz finished with a day’s high 253 (90-82-81) points and Ian Kimura added 251 (89-84-78) points to lead the Warrior men to a 1,198-1,146 edge over the Voyagers.

Contributing to the Kapaa girls’ victory, Analani Bacon finished with 238 (90-76-72) points followed by Haley Gokan (89-81-63-233) and Alicia Hayakawa (89-74-67-230).

There were no individualists firing at the Island School range.

Quinn Catlin topped the Voyager women at 204 (81-70-53) points followed by Emma Harris (76-51-19-146), Janey Valente (73-55-27-155), Hannah Whelan (81-43-61-185), and Bonnie Lee (34-53-33-120).

Kapaa boys’ team scoring got help from Michael Rosa (89-78-55-222), Michael-John Anderson (96-73-68-237), and Maverick Yadao (92-79-64-235).

On the Voyager men range, Bryant Yu topped the Island School scoring at 247 (92-76-79) points followed by Bryce Yoshida at 232 (85-78-69). Reece Valencia finished at 228 (90-67-71) followed by Keola Takayama at 224 (86-67-71), and Kaikea Kaui at 215 (89-68-58).

Kapaa next hosts Waimea starting at 3 p.m. Wednesday while Island School travels to the Kauai High School range to meet the Red Raiders.


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