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Kamehameha’s Fontanilla wins fourth judo title

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    Kamehameha School’s Jaclyn Fontanilla, right, tried to gain the upper hand against Damien’s Kaili Labanon in the girls’ 154-pound weight class during the ILH judo championships at Kamehameha on Friday

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    Punahou’s Jenna Enoka, top, meets fellow Punahou judoka Sarah Obra-Nakata in the Girls 98 lb. weight class at the ILH Judo Championships at Kamehameha Schools’ Kekuhaupio Gym, Friday, April 29, 2016. Enoka won the title.

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    Kamehameha School’s Jaclyn Fontanilla, left, vs Damien’s Kaili Labanon in the Girls 154 lb. weight classat the ILH Judo Championships at Kamehameha Schools’ Kekuhaupio Gym, Friday, April 29, 2016. Fontanilla won.

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    Iolaniճ Dane Yamashiro, left, vs Mid-Pacific Institute’s Aiden Tse, right, in the Boys 285 lb. weight class at the ILH Judo Championships at Kamehameha Schools’ Kekuhaupio Gym, Friday, April 29, 2016. Yamashiro won the title.

  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Iolani’s Dane Yamashiro, right, vs Mid-Pacific Institute’s Aiden Tse, left, in the Boys 285 lb. weight class at the ILH Judo Championships at Kamehameha Schools’ Kekuhaupio Gym, Friday, April 29, 2016. Yamashiro won the title.

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    Iolani’s Brian Pascua, left, vs Kamehameha Schools’ Kama Suzuki Scott, right, in the Boys 178 lb. weight classat the ILH Judo Championships at Kamehameha Schools’ Kekuhaupio Gym, Friday, April 29, 2016. Pascua won the title.

With a chance to win her fourth consecutive ILH judo title, Kamehameha senior Jaclyn Fontanilla rose to the occasion in her home gym on Friday night. Read more

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