Stoll-Tolentino wins 126-pound bracket at KIF tourney No. 2

  • Photo courtesy Mac Pigott

    Kauai’s Mason Stoll-Tolentino, left, wrestles against Waimea’s Barak Aviguetero during a boys 126-pound bout during Saturday’s KIF wrestling tournament at Kauai High School.

LIHUE — The Kauai Interscholastic Federation wrestling season’s second tournament took place Saturday at Kauai High School.

Kauai High School junior Mason Stoll-Tolentino edged Waimea High School sophomore Barak Aviguetero, 9-8, to win the bracket.

Kapaa High School senior Malachi Sacramento defeated Kauai High senior Jesse Cardenas via pin to win the boys 195-pound bracket. Sacramento avenged a loss to Cardenas during the season’s first tournament the weekend prior.

Twenty-nine KIF wrestlers, 16 boys and 13 girls, competed in 33 matches, said tournament director Mac Pigott.

Prior to the competition, those in attendance took a moment of silence to honor long-time scorekeeper Teresa Morita, who passed away last week. Family members were in attendance Saturday.

Pigott said Morita never missed a tournament since wrestling became a KIF-sanctioned sport in 2012.


Boys 126 pounds: 1. Mason Stoll-Tolentino, Kauai; 2. Barak Aviguetero, Waimea; 3. Herman Santos, Kapaa; 4. Jonah Sandal, Waimea; 5. Ian Sok, Waimea

Boys 138 pounds: 1. Jaden Ogata, Kauai; 2. Lucas Freitas-Diaz, Kapaa

Boys 145 pounds: 1. Lowen Matsuaka, Kauai; 2. Greg Manintin, Kauai; 3. Lester Garcia, Kapaa; 4. Cayden Artaho, Waimea; 5. Marcus Malone, Waimea

Boys 195 pounds: 1. Malachi Sacramento, Kapaa; 2. Jesse Cardenas, Kauai

Girls 122 pounds: 1. Janessa Llego-Finney, Kauai; 2. Meah Jensen, Kapaa

Girls 127 pounds: 1. Danielle Santos, Kapaa; 2. Olivia Kelekoma, Kapaa; 3. Theresa Lindsey, Kapaa

Girls 128 pounds: 1. Ini Marshall, Kapaa; 2. Jolette Miner, Kapaa

Girls 155 pounds: 1. Alana Takata, Kauai; 2. Tessa Jensen, Kapaa

Girls 184 pounds: 1. Bernie Lindsey, Kapaa; 2. Isley Ulanday, Waimea


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