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FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK CANOE PADDLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS


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Redemption for Kamehameha, historic day for Seabury Hall

By Kyle Galdeira / Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 02, 2013

~~<p>Makua Perry entered the final race of his high school career with one mission: for him and his crewmates to avoid a second consecutive anguishing runner-up finish in the state paddling tournament.</p>
<p>The yearlong effort paid off for the Warriors boys and mixed (three boys, three girls) crews as the teams hoisted championship hardware. Seabury Hall kept it from being a clean sweep, pulling an upset over Kamehameha to claim the girls race at the 12th annual First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Canoe Paddling State Championships on Friday at Keehi Lagoon.</p>
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Makua Perry entered the final race of his high school career with one mission: for him and his crewmates to avoid a second consecutive anguishing runner-up finish in the state paddling tournament.

The yearlong effort paid off for the Warriors boys and mixed (three boys, three girls) crews as the teams hoisted championship hardware. Seabury Hall kept it from being a clean sweep, pulling an upset over Kamehameha to claim the girls race at the 12th annual First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Canoe Paddling State Championships on Friday at Keehi Lagoon. Login for more...



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