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Felix, back from broken leg, breaks record

By Paul Honda

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LAST UPDATED: 03:41 p.m. HST, May 07, 2011



All in all, Kristine Felix did pretty well for someone who had a broken leg four months ago.

BOYS

HIGH JUMP FINAL
1. Mark Thayer, Saint Anthony 6-04.00
2. Ervan Jean Pierra, Mililani J6-04.00
3. Travis Winters, Waiakea 6-02.00
4. Brandon Ramos, St. Anthony 6-00.00
t5. Kaipo Pale, Roosevelt J6-00.00
t5. Billy Joe Bonete, K. Kek. J6-00.00
t7. Noa Yap, Kamehameha J6-00.00
t7. Logan Domingo, Island J6-00.00

 

TOP QUALIFIERS DISCUS
1. Lopeti Fonokalifi, Kaiser 162-03
2. Kevin Marshall Adkisson, Kap 161-06
3. Shane Brostek, Hawaii Prep 159-10
4. Paulay Asiata, St. Louis 157-06
5. Lake Kaai, Kamehameha 156-04
6. Isaac Savaiinaea, Punahou 147-07
7. Mauna Palama-Danielson, Waiak 146-01
8. Boyd Crowell, Kailua 144-06

 

SHOT PUT
1. Shane Brostek, Haw.Prep 54-00.00
2. Lake Kaai, Kamehameha 53-01.50
3. Keanu Foki, Farrington 49-06.75
4. Asten Koki, Roosevelt 49-04.00
5. Mauna Palama-Danielson, Waiak 48-10.00
6. Pasoni Tasini, Baldwin 48-09.75
7. Kelii Vidal, Damien 48-05.25
8. Nainoa Bright, KS-Maui 48-01.00

 

LONG JUMP
1. Solomon Dixon, McKinley 21-09.50
2. Joshua Gante, Anuenue 21-02.75
3. Kaenen Aukai Akau, KS 21-02.00
4. Matt Parrish, Punahou 21-00.50I
5. Everett McKee, KS-Hawaii 20-11.00
6. Michael Morikawa, Waiakea 20-10.00
t7. Travis Winters, Waiakea 20-08.50
t7. Punga Vea, Kahuku 20-08.50

 

TRIPLE JUMP
1. Joshua Gante, Anuenue 44-01.25
2. Keanu Haina, KS 43-01.00
3. Christian Aragosa, Pearl City 42-08.50
4. Thomas Cheong, Moa. 42-06.00
5. Brant Cadelina, Campbell 42-05.50
6. Chase Tamashiro, Punahou 42-01.00
7. Kama Maielua, Baldwin 42-00.25
8. Punga Vea, Kahuku 41-07.50

 

110M HURDLES
1. Matt Feeley, Punahou 14.99
t2. Darren Acoba, Kauai 15.07
t2. Kevin Acasio, Radford 15.07
t4. Daniel Wagner, MPI 15.38
t4. Aaron Cox, Waipahu 15.38
6. Everett McKee, KS-Hawaii 15.59
7. Jon Woo, Punahou 15.62
8. Collin Pidot, Kamehameha 15.80

 

100 DASH
1. Devin Jenkins, Kapolei 10.66
2. Jeremy Tabuyo, St. Louis 10.87
3. Mike Zane, Punahou 10.98
4. Kaimalu Stanich, KS-Maui 11.11
5. Dwayne Iwamoto, Roosevelt 11.15
6. Joshua Gante, Anuenue 11.207
7. Scotland Smith, Farrington 11.210
8. Jesse Huihui, Keaau 11.22

 

1500 RUN
1. Nicola Perez-Garreaud, Maui 4:19.70
2. Pierce Murphy, Island School 4:20.32
3. Cameron Dapkins Radford 4:21.03
4. Jordan Thibodeau, KS 4:21.98
5. Rocky Balala, Maui 4:22.32
6. James Pearson, Baldwin 4:22.56
7. Jackson Halford, Waiakea 4:22.60
8. Casey Ryan, Pearl City 4:22.76

 

4X100 RELAY
1. St. Louis 42.86
2. Punahou 43.29
3. Kapolei 43.65
4. Leilehua 43.81
5. Radford 43.88
6. Baldwin 44.00
7. Mililani 44.10
8. Roosevelt 44.16

 

400 DASH
1. Krixtofer Hughley, Radford 50.62
2. KT Tuumalo, Punahou 50.95
3. Jeremy Tabuyo, St. Louis 51.11
4. Luca Walter, Kealakehe 51.18
5. Alec Geilfus, Punahou 51.45
6. Alexander Ortega, KS 52.41
7. Brandon Akiona, Kamehameha 52.53
8. Trevyn Tulonghari, Iolani 52.82

 

300 HURDLES
1. Aaron Cox, Waipahu 39.59
2. Duke Bukski, Saint Louis 39.67
3. Matt Feeley, Punahou 40.14
4. Jon Woo, Punhahou 40.80
5. Khalil Maynard, Radford 40.94
6. Kevin Acasio, Radford 41.10
7. Collin Pidot, Kamehameha 41.12
8. Tayler Tanaka, Moanalua 41.13

 

800 RUN
1. Joshua Freitas, Kamehameha 2:02.60
2. Jordan Thibodeau, KS 2:03.07
3. Robert Terry, Saint Louis 2:03.19
4. Jackson Halford, Waiakea 2:03.29
5. Nathan Underwood, Kailua 2:03.31
6. Nathan Shirey, Kapolei 2:03.55
7. Michael Chin, Christian Aca. 2:03.72
8. Nicola Perez-Garreaud, Maui 2:04.12

 

200 DASH
1. Devin Jenkins, Kapolei 21.45
2. Mike Zane, Punahou 22.41
3. Jeremy Tabuyo, Saint Louis 22.48
4. Tim Kamana, Punahou 22.77
5. Jesse Huihui, Keaau 22.96
6. Dwayne Iwamoto, Roosevelt 22.99
7. Scotland Smith, Farrington 23.15
8. Jyrelle Umali, Campbell 23.47

 

3,000 RUN
1.Elliott Estrada, Leilehua 9:35.01
2. Dylan Martinez, Leilehua 9:38.43
3. Pierce Murphy, Island High 9:38.52
4. Borys Pleskacz, ‘Iolani 9:39.12
5. Justin Higa, ‘Iolani 9:39.15
6. Caleb Achuela, KS 9:40.16
7. Charles Akiona, KS 9:43.15
8. Chris Mosch, Honoka‘a 9:44.85

 

4X400 RELAY
1. Radford 3:30.26
2. Mid-Pacific 3:31.22
3. ‘Iolani 3:31.42
4. Punahou 3:31.50
5. Mililani 3:32.31
6. Kailua 3:33.93
7. Kamehameh 3:34.37
8. Saint Louis 3:34.39    

GIRLS

POLE VAULT FINAL
1. Kristine Felix, Baldwin 12-06.00
2. Amber Kozaki, Baldwin 12-00.00
t3. Shina Chung, Hilo 10-06.00
t3. Courtney Terashima, Mililani 10-06.00
5. Taylor-Ashley Moss Kamehameha 10-00.00
6. Danielle Cournoyer, ‘Iolani 9-06.00
t7. Sydney Forsyth, Punahou 9-00.00
t7. Kaysea Hashizaki, Baldwin 9-00.00

 

TOP QUALIFIERS DISCUS
1. Hannah Sherrill, Le Jardin 134-04
2. Charlinda Ioane, Kapolei 134-02
3. Heaven-lee tanuvasa, Kalani 129-02
4. Hailey Maeda, Punahou 128-01
5. Joshlyn Noga, Kahuku 119-03
6. Nicole Puaa, Waipahu 113-06
7. Kekahiliokalani Novikoff, KSGK 112-01
8. Lisa Chur, Baldwin 111-06

 

SHOT PUT
1. Joshlyn Noga, Kahuku 41-08.75
2. Kaimilani Zablan, KSGK 38-08.75
3. Nicole Puaa, Waipahu 38-05.50
4. Hannah Sherrill, Le Jardin 38-02.00
5. Hailey Maeda, Punahou 37-02.50
6. Charlinda Ioane, Kapolei 36-10.25
7. Brandy Barnes, Nanakuli 35-02.25
8. Emaiata maka, Kalani 34-06.00

 

LONG JUMP
1. Emalia Galdeira, Konawaena 17-06.23
2. Zhane Santiago, Kahuku 17-05.25
3. Ashley Wendt, KS-Maui 17-03.00
4. Christine Tsai, Punahou 16-11.50
5. Erika Liburd, Lahainaluna 16-08.50
6. Amber Camody, Mililani 16-07.25
7. Roxane Gaedeke, Seabury 16-05.25
8. McKenna Davidson, Kealakehe 16-04.75

 

TRIPLE JUMP
1. Christine Tsai, Punahou 36-07.75
2. Zhane Santiago, Kahuku 35-06.75
3. Heather Schulz, Aiea 35-03.00
4. Kim Roy, ‘Iolani 34-11.25
t5. Ashlee Asada, ‘Iolani 34-11.00
t5. Emalia Galdeira, Konawaena 34-11.00
7. Sharee Acosta, Moanalua 34-08.00
8. Marley Strand-Nicolaisen, Kau 34-07.75

 

100 HURDLES
1. Zhane Santiago, Kahuku 14.55
2. Abrianna Johnson-Edwards, Iolani 15.05
3. Kawehi Louis Diamond, Kauai 15.06
4. Emalia Galdeira, Konawaena 15.08
5. Amirah Majied, Island Pacific 15.35
6. Lana Queen, Hawaii Prep 16.14
7. Julia Brand, Punahou 16.24
8. Alexia Blalock, Pearl City 16.37

 

100 DASH
1. Raion Black, Christian Academy 12.35
2. Andrea Hinkle, Radford 12.47
3. Emalia Galdeira, Konawaena 12.50
4. Kailea Tracey-Visintaine, Seabury 12.58
5. Zhane Santiago, Kahuku 12.67
6. Kanoelani Yadao HBA 12.756
7. Kayla Bryan, Punahou 12.758
8. Kelsey Cadiente, Kauai 12.76

 

1500 RUN
1. Dakota Grossman, Seabury 5:00.70
2. Sophie Curatilo, Moanalua 5:00.92
3. Carmen Garson-Shumway, Hilo 5:07.89
4. Kristiana Van Pernis, HPA 5:09.62
5. Elli Brady, Punahou 5:09.70
6. Zoe Sims, Hawaii Prep 5:09.93
7. Kimberly Pugliese, Mililani 5:10.08
8. Heidi Nicholls, HBA 5:10.32

 

4X100 RELAY
1. Radford 49.77
2. Punahou 49.79
3. Iolani 50.58
4. Kauai 50.61
5. King Kekaulike 51.30
6. Kahuku 51.43
7. Kealakehe 51.52
8. Kapolei 51.59

 

400 DASH
1. Kailea Tracey-Visintaine, Seabury 58.39
2. Zoe Sims, Hawaii Prep 58.94
3. Kayla Taulapapa, Kahuku 1:00.05
4. Lahaina Zoller Punahou 1:00.08
5. Diamond Briscoe, Pearl City 1:00.48
6. Alexis Damo, SHA 1:00.53
7. Randi Estrada, Keaau 1:00.91
8. Kayla Kirk, SHA 1:01.00

 

300 HURDLES
1. Julia Brand, Punahou 45.73
2. Kanoelani Yadao, HBA 45.96
3. Ua Ruedy, Konawaena 46.00
4. Lana Queen, Hawaii Prep 47.03
5. Amirah Majied, Island Pacific 47.12
6. Adrienne Jean Sylva, Pearl City 47.61
7. Megan Herndon, Punahou 47.88
8. Rachael Hinkel Kapaa 48.23

 

800 RUN
1. Elli Brady, Punahou 2:23.81
2. Dylan Ross, Seabury Hall 2:24.34
3. Jessica Johnson, Kamehameha 2:25.02
4. Breanne Ball, ‘Iolani 2:25.28
5. Kristiana Van Pernis, Haw. Prep 2:29.86
6. Lea Lundblad, Seabury Hall 2:29.90
7. Briyanna Wilson, Radford 2:30.41
6. Haley Rasse, Waiakea 2:31.90

 

200 DASH
1. Kailea Tracey-Visintaine, Seabury 25.54
2. Raion Black, Christian Academy 25.62
3. Andrea Hinkle, Radford 25.95
4. Kanoelani Yadao, Hawaii Bapitst 25.96
5. Shatres Ahnee, Campbell 25.97
6. Emalia Galdeira, Konawaena 26.21
7. Erika Liburd, Lahainaluna 26.28
8. Maya Palaroan, King Kekaulike 26.29

 

3,000 RUN
1. Sophie Curatilo, Moanalua 10:52.43
2. Dakota Grossman, Seabury 11:05.56
3. Kimberly Pugliese, Mililani 11:10.74
4. Melissa Wong, Punahou 11:19.88
5. Maile Shigemasa, Pearl City 11:26.12
6. Emily Peck, Seabury Hall 11:27.06
7. Heidi Nicholls, Hawaii Baptist 11:30.74
8. Noe Lum, Punahou 11:34.92

 

4X400 RELAY
1. Seabury Hall 4:02.21
2. Hawaii Prep 4:07.70
3. ‘Iolani 4:09.89
4. Mililani 4:12.84
5. Punahou 4:13.24
6. Pearl City 4:16.40
7. Kealakehe 4:17.15
8. Radford 4:18.76

The Baldwin athlete broke her own state record in the pole vault with a height of 12 feet, 6 inches yesterday at the trials of the Island Movers/HHSAA State Track and Field Championships at War Memorial Stadium.

The junior didn't do it alone. Teammate Amber Kozaki matched Felix on the way up. Both broke Felix's previous state mark of 11-8, set in 2008, by topping the bar at 12-0.

Felix then launched at 12-6, contorting her way over the bar for the mark. Neither had cleared their new heights before, at meets or practice. Felix fractured her fibula at a pole vaulting camp. Months of grueling practice paid off last night.

"I never cleared 12-6 before, but I cleared 12 one time when we were getting ready for the pole vault summit in January," Felix said, recalling the trip to California, where she was injured. "It was hard trying to get back. Two months on crutches."

She wore a big brace on her leg and recovered with work in the pool.

"Amber pushed me every single day," Felix said.

Felix and Kozaki are former gymnasts and credited coach Linden Wada, a two-time former state champion pole vaulter at Baldwin.

"I used to be afraid of heights, actually," said Kozaki, who began learning the event a year ago. "We push each other."

The girls pole vault and the boys high jump were the only finals held yesterday.

Mark Thayer of St. Anthony won the high jump at 6-4, edging Ervan Jean Pierre of Mililani (6-4) and Travis Winters of Waiakea (6-2).

All other events will have finals today.

Kapolei sprinter Devin Jenkins did his part to keep a boisterous crowd at War Memorial Stadium festive. The junior broke the 200-meter dash state record with a time of 21.45 seconds. He topped his own previous best of 21.48.

The previous record of 21.89 was set by Radford's Christopher Rainey in '08. Bryan Clay did the 200 in 21.41 in '98, a wind-aided effort. Casey Flores of Konawaena did a hand-timed 21.2 in '96.

Jenkins was frustrated just a bit by gusts at the Wailuku facility. He ran a 10.66 100-meter dash, but with the wind above 2 mph, it was deemed wind-aided — not eligible to qualify for a state record.

"I would rather have it without the wind, so it's more legit," Jenkins said. "I did enough to make the finals."

The standing state mark in the 100 belongs to Shane Victorino, the current Philadelphia Phillies outfielder. Running for St. Anthony, he posted a 10.80 at the '99 state meet. Clayton Mahuka holds the hand-timed best (10.6) and Clay has a wind-aided best of 10.52.

Kahuku's ironwoman, Zhane Santiago, competed in six events. The three-time defending champ in the 300 hurdles came up just short in the event this time and is an alternate. Still, she will compete in five events for the Red Raiders in today's finals.

She had hoped to post strong numbers in the long jump and triple jump — and succeeded. However, in the long jump, her 18-01.25 is 2 inches shy of Konawaena's Lia Galdeira. They can attempt more long jumps in today's action, though yesterday's distances will carry over.

Saint Louis' Jeremy Tabuyo figures to help his team give favorite Punahou a serious challenge. Tabuyo had the second-best times in the 100 (10.87) and 400 (51.11), and third-best in the 200 (22.48). He also anchored their 4x100 team, giving the Saints an edge over Punahou in the trials.

"I popped up a little bit," Tabuyo said of his never-ending process of refining his form, especially out of the blocks.






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