KIF air riflery all stars announced

The top six boys and girls shooters from the past season were named Kauai Interscholastic Federation Air Riflery All-Stars.

The list of six boys and six girls were released by the league Wednesday. The shooters who had the best scoring averages make up the list of standouts.

Kapaa High School senior Haley Gokan was the top KIF girls shooter with an average of 259.

Kauai High School junior Kierstyn Bukoski was second with an average of 255.25. Kapaa senior Kiara Dolino was third with 254.75.

Kauai senior Kelli Okayama (254.25), Kapaa senior Analani Bacon (250.75) and Waimea junior Norie Mae Ramirez (249.25) round out the top six girls.

Kauai High junior William Andres was the top KIF boys shooter with an average of 262.5.

Kauai senior Jude Marcos was second with an average of 262, and Kauai senior Jacob Alvarez was third with 259.75.

Kapaa sophomore Michael Rosa (259.25), Kapaa senior Michael Anderson (256.75) and Waimea sophomore Bergen Ceballos (250.75) round out the top six boys.

Kauai High’s boys team and Kapaa High’s girls team won their respective KIF championships this past season.

At the 2018 Civilian Marksmanship Program Air Riflery Championships last month, Andres was the top KIF shooter at the state meet, placing 12th among the boys with a score of 534-11.

Bukoski was the top KIF girls shooter at the state meet with a score of 507-8 and placed 49th among 60 girls.

Kauai’s boys team placed fifth among seven boys teams with a total score of 2,084-35. Kapaa’s girls team placed eighth out of nine girls teams with a total of 1,994-36.


Nick Celario, sports writer, can be reached at 245-0437 or


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