Raider air rifles sweep Voyagers

LIHUE — William Andres posted a 254-point score (96 prone, 73 standing, 85 kneeling) and Kierstyn Bukoski finished with 247 (92-73-82) to lead the Kauai High School air riflery teams over the Island School teams Thursday during the Kauai Interscholastic Federation match contested at Kauai High School.

Juggling with a schedule that included an open house at the school, the Kauai boys finished the day with an 1,177 to 1,145 edge over the Voyagers, who was led by Bryce Yoshida (93-72-78, 243). The Raider girls team plunked a 1,188 to 877 win over Island School girls who saw Quinn Catlin post a 199 (78-52-69).

Following Andres’ lead, the Kauai boys scores included Jacob Alvarez (87-69-86, 242), Brandon Marcos (84-73-84, 241), Jaeden Victor-Basuel (78-68-78, 224), and Kaisen Taniguchi-Duclayan (87-59-70, 216). Other Raiders on the firing line included Bryce Fernandez (68-38-52, 158), Michael Patricio (80-47-75, 202) and Keenan Iwai (74-45-76, 195).

Voyagers following Yoshida’s lead included Bryant We (92-71-74, 237), Keola Takayama (83-69-75, 227), Kaohu Ranis (83-73-64, 220), and Reece Valencia (88-68-62, 218). Individualists included Kaikea Kaui (78-50-72, 200), Ezra Washburn (79-36-69, 184), and Ben Metsch (65-46-57, 168).

Jenna Takata, finishing strong against Waimea last week, posted a 242 (90-74-78) to follow Bukoski’s lead for the Kauai girls team. Kelli Okayama, last week’s high pointer, added 241 (92-69-80), followed by Kaeley Yamamotoya (87-59-85, 231), and Kimberly Matutina (88-67-72, 227). Other Raider girls on the firing line included Keiley Albarado-Planas (83-52-73, 208), Joenica Camelo (70-49-42, 161), and Noelle Oyama (71-46-69, 186).

Following Catlin’s lead, Island School girls included Hannah Whelan (80-51-55, 186), Emma Harris (73-43-57, 173), Anuhea Schweitzer (62-39-62, 163), and Bonnie Lee (69-46-41, 156).


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