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OIA sweeps titles at state bowling

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 12:34 a.m. HST, Oct 31, 2010


» Kelly Mok of Punahou was left out of the state high school bowling results on an earlier edition of this story. She finished 21st.


The Oahu Interscholastic Association swept through the HHSAA Billy Tees Bowling Championships at Lihue Lanes yesterday.

None of the other leagues came close to denying the OIA, with the league earning the top seven spots in the girls individual competition and the top four in the boys' individual contest.

It was the first time the OIA took all four trophies since 2003, when Cy Hiyane and Moanalua won the boys competition and Shaina Carnate and Kapolei won for the girls.


Kapolei girls repeat

The Kapolei girls bowling team defended its state title, beating Punahou by 450 pins.

The Hurricanes cruised to their second straight state championship behind Shaianne Yockman, who finished second to Tammi Sakaguchi of Kalaheo for medalist honors, and third-place finisher Valarie Ibarra. Kapolei beat Kalani by 264 pins last year.

Sakaguchi held on for the top spot among individuals, but Yockman didn't make it easy for her to become Kalaheo's first state champion in bowling. Sakaguchi led by 66 pins going into the last game and kept it between the gutters to roll a 159, beating Yockman by 18 pins. Yockman's 207 in the final game was the round's highest score.


Patacsil holds on

Kailua's Austin Patacsil built a big lead and sat on it to become the boys' individual champion, knocking down 1,940 pins over nine games to beat Aaron Yamamoto of Kalani by 77. Yamamoto finished strong, rolling a 279 in his eighth game and finishing with a 254 before running out of frames. Patacsil's finishing games of 184 and 195 held up after blowing away the field with scores over 200 in six of his first seven games.

Pearl City won the boys team title by 62 pins over Mililani, beating the Trojans in each of the final five games. Nicolas Azumi led Pearl City with his third-place finish, followed by Evan Hayashi (ninth), Kevin Oshiro (12th), Derek Suefuji (13th) and Jonathan Carino (18th). It was the second state title in three years for the Chargers. Defending champion Hawaii Baptist finished fourth behind Kalani.




Team results
1. Pearl City 8,258; 2. Mililani 8,466; 3. Kalani 8,167; 4. Hawaii Baptist 8,001; 5. Baldwin 7,833; 6. 'Iolani 7,658; 7. Waiakea 7,515; 8. Kauai 7,278.

Individual results
1. Austin Patacsil, Kailua 1,940; 2. Aaron Yamamoto, Kalani 1,863; 3. Nicholas Azumi, Pearl City 1,863; 4. Kyle Ortiz, Mililani 1,808; 5. Bradely Doi, Kamehameha 1,793; 6. Tevin Nakashima, Kauai 1,786; 7. Gabriel Fukumoto, Maryknoll 1,782; 8. Kenton Soares, Mililani 1,750; 9. Evan Hayashi, Pearl City 1,740; 10. Tyler Edrada, Maryknoll 1,733.

11. Lelan Akau Jr., McKinley 1,727; 12. Kevin Oshiro, Pearl City 1,727; 13. Derek Suefuji, Pearl City 1,726; 14. Jonathan Nakagawa, Kalani 1,713; 15. Tyler Ushio, 'Iolani 1,712; 16. Jordan Murai, Damien 1,710; 17. Cody Wilcher, Mililani 1,695; 18. Jonathan Carino, Pearl City 1,689; 19. William Taliaferro, Moanalua 1,688; 20. Chase Ueno, Waimea 1,680.

21. Curt Wong, 'Iolani 1,676; 22. Landon Akau, McKinley 1,676; 23. Travis Lee, Roosevelt 1,676; 24. Trey Nakata, Hawaii Baptist 1,663; 25. Evan Fujimoto, Kalani 1,663; 26. Joel Matsuzaki, Hawaii Baptist 1,652; 27. Justin Lau, Kailua 1,647; 28. Ken Hayase-Fong, Pearl City 1,644; 29. Andrew Yamamoto, Hawaii Baptist, 1,627; 30. Sean Johnson, Leilehua, 1,621.



Team results
1. Kapolei 7,643; 2. Punahou 7,193; 3. Mililani 7,054; 4. Waiakea 7,037; 5. Kauai 6,986; 6. Maryknoll 6,879; 7. Kalaheo 6,704; 8. Baldwin 6,380.

Individual results
1. Tammi Sakaguchi, Kalaheo 1,718; 2. Shaianne Yockman, Kapolei 1,700; 3. Valerie Ibarra, Kapolei 1,682; 4. Lei Siafuafu, Mililani 1,669; 5. Ariel Pang, Aiea 1,643; 6. Christalynn Bonafacio, Kapolei 1,643; 7. Kristi Sakaguchi, Kalaheo 1,606; 8. Lynnze Lynch, Maui 1,600; 9. Miranda Naone, Maryknoll 1,593; 10. Brianne Yamada, Kalani 1,587.

11. Breanne Hew, Mililani 1,579; 12. Chelsea Camello, Waiakea 1,541; 13. Jenna Arcedo, Leilehua 1,537; 14. Alera Chock, Pearl City 1,532; 15. Brianna Nakamura, Pearl City 1,524; 16. Sharyn Miyaji, St. Andrew's 1,524; 17. Kylie Fujiyashi, Hilo 1,518; 18. Kacee Taniyan, Leilehua 1,517; 19. Tiffany Mok, Punahou 1,515; 20. Kayla Uyeda, Waiakea 1,513.

21. Kelly Mok, Punahou. 22. Darcie Vea, Kauai 1,486; 23. Kayla Adams, Campbell 1,479; 24. Jasmin Ash, Waialua 1,479; 25. Jaymie-Rae Martin, Island Pacific 1,475; 26. Ciana Matsuoka, Kealakehe 1,474; 27. Amanda Lac, Hawaii Baptist 1,472; 28. Naomi Yau, Punahou 1,463; 29. Jessica Ann Paahana, Leilehua 1,462; 30. Alexis Peterson, Sacred Hearts 1,462; 31. Kelsey Cadiente, Kauai 1,452.

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