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Kysen Terukina wins fourth state title to help Kamehameha boys win title

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                                Kamehameha’s Kysen Terukina, right, flipped Saint Louis’ Elijah Kaawa during the boys 132-pound state final. Terukina won the match and became just the sixth boy in Hawaii history to win four state titles.

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    Kamehameha’s Kysen Terukina, right, flipped Saint Louis’ Elijah Kaawa during the boys 132-pound state final. Terukina won the match and became just the sixth boy in Hawaii history to win four state titles.

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                                Baldwin’s Tobey Ravida, right, and Lahainaluna’s Cael Yasutake were stretched to the max in the boys 113-pound final. Ravida won the title.

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    Baldwin’s Tobey Ravida, right, and Lahainaluna’s Cael Yasutake were stretched to the max in the boys 113-pound final. Ravida won the title.

Kamehameha’s Kysen Terukina closed one chapter in his wrestling life and will start another when he gets to college. Read more

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