Red Raiders 7th at boys state golf tourney

Kauai High School’s boys golf team placed seventh out of 10 teams at the 2019 David S. Ishii Foundation Golf Championships boys tournament. The two-day tournament wrapped up Friday at the Waikoloa Kings’ Course in Waimea, Big Island.

Representing the Kauai Interscholastic Federation, the Red Raiders team collectively scored 138-over-par 714 (349-365).

Hawaii Baptist Academy of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu won the team championship, shooting 42-over-par 618 (310-308). Mid-Pacific of the ILH was second at 76-over-par (328-324), and Iolani of the ILH was third at 79-over-par (323-332).

Playing as an individualist, Island School’s Niki Upson was the KIF’s best golfer of the tournament. Upson finished 26-over-par 170 (85-85) and placed 46th on the individual leaderboard.

Also playing as individualists, Kapaa High School’s Kekoa Eisenhour finished 30-over-par 174 (87-87) and placed 51st, and Island School’s James Pratt finished 42-over-par 186 (94-92) and placed 74th.

Christian Ganir was Kauai High’s best golfer. Ganir finished 30-over-par 174 (84-90) and was 52nd on the individual leaderboard.

Jaydon Kyono shot a 31-over-par 175 (85-90), Jayson Serrano was 40-over-par 184 (94-90), Braeden Yokoyama was 48-over-par 192 (97-95) and Mosiah Bautista was also 48-over-par 192 (86-106).

Mid-Pacific’s Jake Sequin was the individual winner, shooting 5-under-par 139 (68-71). Roosevelt High School’s Kolbe Irei was second at 3-under-par 141 (70-71), and Kealakehe High School’s Ethan Jaehn and Maryknoll School’s Peter Jung both finished 1-over-par 145 (74-71).

Results

Kauai High School

Christian Ganir, +30 174 (84-90)

Jaydon Kyono, +31 175 (85-90)

Jayson Serrano, +40 184 (94-90)

Braeden Yokoyama, +48 192 (97-95)

Mosiah Bautista, +48 192 (86-106)

KIF individualists

Niki Upson, Island School, +26 170 (85-85)

Kekoa Eisenhour, Kapaa, +30 174 (87-87)

James Pratt, Island School, +42 186 (94-92)

Team

1. Hawaii Baptist (ILH), +42 618 (310-308)

2. Mid-Pacific (ILH), +76 652 (328-324)

3. Iolani (ILH), +79 655 (323-332)

4. Waiakea (BIIF), +81 657 (322-335)

5. Kalani (OIA), +90 666 (341-325)

6. Seabury Hall (MIL), +91 667 (330-337)

7. Kauai (KIF), +138 714 (349-365)

8. Campbell (OIA), +142 718 (361-357)

9. Mililani (OIA), +146 722 (360-362)

10. Maui Prep (MIL), +154 (362-368)

Individual Top 10

1. Jake Sequin, Mid-Pacific, -5 139 (68-71)

2. Kolbe Irei, Roosevelt, -3 141 (70-71)

3. Ethan Jaehn, Kealakehe, +1 145 (74-71)

4. Peter Jung, Maryknoll, +1 145 (74-710

5. Pono Yanagi, KS-Hawaii, +2 146 (72-74)

6. Marshall Kim, Punahou, +4 148 (73-75)

7. Blaze Akana, KS-Kapalama, +7 (75-76)

8. Marlon Bottorff, Maui, +8 152 (75-77)

9. Noah Koshi, Hawaii Baptist, +8 152 (79-73)

10. Mason Nakamura, Hawaii Baptist, +9 153 (76-77)

Info from Hawaii High School Athletic Association.

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Nick Celario, sports writer, can be reached at 245-0437 or ncelario@thegardenisland.com.

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