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List of Merrie Monarch Festival winners

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:19 a.m. HST, Apr 07, 2013


Overall Winner

>> Kawailiʻula, Chinky Māhoe, Kailua, Oahu 1155

Wahine Kahiko

>> Halau Mohala ‘Ilima, kumu Mapuana de Silva, Kailua, Oahu 570

>> Hula Halau ‘O Kamuela, Kauʻionalani Kamanaʻo and Kunewa Mook, Kalihi & Waimanalo, Oahu 568 (tie breaker 795)

>> Halau Ka Lei Mokihana O Leinaʻala, Kumu Leinaʻala Pavao Jardin

Kalaheo, Kauaʻi 568 (tie breaker 786)

>> Ka La ʻOnohi Mai O Haʻehaʻe, Tracie and Keawe Lopes, Kahauiki, Oahu 565

>> Halau Hula Olana, Kumu Olana and Howard Ai, Puʻuloa, Oahu 554

Wahine Auana

>> Keolalaulani Halau ʻOlapa O Laka, Aloha Dalire, Heeia, Oahu and Hilo, Hawaii 585

>> Hula Halau ‘O Kamuela, Kauʻionalani Kamanaʻo and Kunewa Mook, Kalihi & Waimanalo, Hawaii 583

>> Halau Mohala ‘Ilima, kumu Mapuana de Silva, Kailua, Oahu 582

>> Ka La ʻOnohi Mai O Haʻehaʻe, Tracie and Keawe Lopes, Kahauiki, Oahu 577

>> Halau Hula ʻO Kahikilaulani, Nahokuokalani Gaspang, Hilo, Hawaii 572

Wahine Overall

>> Halau Mohala ‘Ilima, kumu Mapuana de Silva, Kailua, Oahu 1152

>> Hula Halau ‘O Kamuela, Kauʻionalani Kamanaʻo and Kunewa Mook, Kalihi & Waimanalo, Oahu 1151

>> Ka La ʻOnohi Mai O Haʻehaʻe, Tracie and Keawe Lopes, Kahauiki, Oahu 1142

Kane Kahiko

>>Kawailiʻula, Chinky Māhoe, Kailua, Oahu 566

>>Halau Kekuaokalaʻauʻalaʻiliahi, Kumu ʻIliahi and Haunani Paredes, Wailuku, Maui 565 (tiebreaker 789)

>>Ke Kai O Kahiki, Laʻakea Perry, Waianae, Oahu 565 (tiebreaker 787)

>>Halau Hula ʻO Kahikilaulani, Nahokuokalani Gaspang, Hilo, Hawaii 562

Kane Auana

>> Kawailiʻula, Chinky Māhoe, Kailua, Oahu 589

>> Halau I Ka Wekiu, Karl Veto Baker and Michael Casupang, Pauoa, Oahu 586

>> Halau Hula ʻO Kahikilaulani, Nahokuokalani Gaspang, Hilo, Hawaii 579

>> Halau Kekuaokalaʻauʻalaʻiliahi, Kumu ʻIliahi and Haunani Paredes, Wailuku, Maui 570

Kane Overall

>> Kawailiʻula, Chinky Māhoe, Kailua, Oahu 1155

>> Halau I Ka Wekiu, Karl Veto Baker and Michael Casupang, Pauoa, Oahu 1145

>> Halau Hula ʻO Kahikilaulani, Nahokuokalani Gaspang, Hilo, Hawaii 1141

For more pictures and coverage visit the Star-Advertiser's Merrie Monarch page at http://merriemonarch.staradvertiser.com







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Maneki_Neko wrote:
Dear Star Ad Host: If you are not going to let us use the comment box, just get rid of it. Surely not all the comments about the "winner" were offensive?
on April 7,2013 | 10:41AM
hanalei395 wrote:
The Miss Aloha Hula winner was the right one. There was this one contestant, and IF she wound up in the Top Five......the conclusion would be......What were those judges thinking?
on April 7,2013 | 11:10AM
sak wrote:
Did the ancient Hawaiian Hula dancers draw lines on their floors for a reference to keep in a straight line? I don't think so? The lines should be removed for competition and then let's see how straight and orderly they all dance?
on April 7,2013 | 01:35PM
hanalei395 wrote:
The "lines" are just tape, covering the slit openings between the 4 x 8 plywood boards. The stage is broken down after the festival, and stowed.
on April 7,2013 | 02:46PM
Eradication wrote:
Visit the Prince Lot Hula Festival in Moanaloa Gardens or any of the other hula festivals throughout the islands. No difference. These dancers are the best at their craft. The lines are there to protect the dancers from the seams in the floor. You are obviously a malihini and have not seen much hula.
on April 7,2013 | 08:33PM
false wrote:
Thanks to all who participate each and every year.
on April 7,2013 | 02:18PM
hanalei395 wrote:
In my opinion, Hula Halau O Kamuela should have won both awards for the kahiko and the auana. They came in second for both. But, it was great to see Aureana Tseu, a former dancer with Kamuela and a former Miss Hawai'i USA, return for this one-time appearance for the Merrie Monarch 50th anniversary.
on April 7,2013 | 04:50PM
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